School Board

School Board Members

 Board Chair Matt Schaefer Board Vice Chair/Treasurer Sue Gliva
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 Matt Schaefer
Chair
2016-2019
 Sue Gliva
Vice Chair/Treasurer
2015-2019

Sherry Warrick
Clerk
2015-2019

 Rachel Hanson
Board Member
2016-2019
 schaeferm@isd199.org glivas@isd199.org
 warricks@isd199.org
hansonr@isd199.org
       

Director Nordstrom
 Director Stensgard
 Paul Mandell
Board Member
2005-2017

 Cindy Nordstrom
Board Member
2010-2017

 Lynette Stensgard
Board Member
2005-2017


 mandellp@isd199.org  nordstromc@isd199.org stensgardl@isd199.org

Who serves on the Board?

The District 199 Board of Education is comprised of seven voting members elected at-large from the total school community. The superintendent serves as a non-voting ex-officio member.

How do Board Members represent the district?

School Board members represent ISD 199 on district committees and in partnerships. Click here to view this year's committee schedules and board member assignments.

What are the School Board's roles & responsibilities?

This basic list of rules and responsibilities will be used to assist the board to better function as a team by generating discussion at a board work session.  The board team consists of the board members and the superintendent. 

Our Board Team:
1. Adopts a district vision and/or mission for district improvement.
2. Adopts annual goals and priorities for district improvement.
3. Improving student learning is the primary focus of our board team decision-making.
4. Ensures the budget reflects the district’s strategic goals and priorities.
5. Uses district provided data and reports to assess progress and identify areas needing improvement.
6. Conducts business only at properly called meetings under the Open Meeting Law.
7. Maintain confidentiality regarding sensitive communication.
8. Information is shared equally with all board team members.
9. Members are open and honest with each other.
10. Members communicate with one another in a respectful manner.
11. Members support the decision of the board even when the vote is not unanimous
12. Our leadership team conducts comprehensive orientation activities to familiarize new board members with their role on the team.
13. The board chair and superintendent work together to develop a tentative agenda for the board to approve at its meeting.
14. Our board meetings are effective.
15. All board members are prepared for meetings.
16. Has a process for public participation at its board meetings and follows it.
17. Understands and follows the district chain of command.
18. Our superintendent exhibits confidence and trust in each member of the board.
19. Each board member exhibits confidence and trust in the superintendent.
20. Demonstrates support and respect for the superintendent's role as the chief executive officer of the district.
21. Evaluates the superintendent's performance at least annually.
22. Evaluates the superintendent's performance against predetermined goals.
23. Direction to the superintendent comes from the board as a whole, not individual board members.
24. Deals with conflict openly and honestly.
25. Conducts district business in accordance with established ethical standards.
26. Works to ensure a process is in place for effective internal and external communication.
27. Uses the policy manual to make decisions and to define its expectations of the school district.
28. Reviews the district policies on a three-year cycle.
29. Appropriately establishes and uses committees.
30. Supports a culture of professional development for itself and district staff.
31. Participates in an annual self-assessment to set and/or review progress of the board's improvement goals.