Each year the Board will formulate goals and objectives to guide effective Board governance. The goals and objectives may include but are not limited to Board functions of:
A. Responsible school district governance;
B. Communication of and commitment to high expectations for student learning;
C. Creating conditions district-wide for student and staff success;
D. Holding the district accountable for student learning; and
E. Engagement of the community in education.
At the end of each year the Board will assess its own performance against the goals and objectives, and against generally accepted principles of successful Board operations. The results of the self-assessment will be used to set goals and Board development activities for the subsequent year. The Board may choose to solicit feedback from the Superintendent as it relates to the performance of the Board.
Key Functions of the Board - Policy 1005
Training and Development for Board Members - Policy 1822
Model Policies Aligned with Washington School Board Standards - Policy News, February 2012
Highline School District 401
Adopted by the Board: October 1987
Revised by the Board: 8.03, 9.08, 3.15
Note: The 3.15 revision included repealing former Board Policy 1820