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Adoption Date: 7/19/1994, Revised: 6/20/2000; 1/20/04; 7/5/06; 5/1/07; 12/19/17 
1000 - BY-LAWS

THE ROLE OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
1330 APPOINTMENTS AND DESIGNATIONS BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION

Appointments

The Board is authorized to appoint individuals to positions which will facilitate the meeting of its responsibilities to the State, the School System, and the community. These appointments usually take place at the Annual Organizational Meeting.

The following shall be appointed annually:

a) District Clerk;

b) District Treasurer;

c) Deputy Treasurer;

d) Tax Collector and Deputies;

e) External (Independent) Auditor;

f) Treasurer, Extraclassroom Activities Account.

g) Director of School Health Services (District Physician/Nurse Practitioner);

h) Committee on Special Education and Committee on Preschool Special Education;

i) Records Access/Management Officer;

j) Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) Local Educational Agency (L.E.A.) designee;

k) Title IX/Section 504/ADA Compliance Officer;

l) Liaison for Homeless Children and Youth;

m) Chemical Hygiene Officer.

The following may also be appointed:

a) School Attorney;

b) Claims Auditor;

c) Internal Auditor;

d) Insurance Advisor.

Designations

The following designations shall be made by the Board of Education at the Annual Organizational Meeting in July:

a) Petty Cash Fund(s);

b) Official Newspaper(s);

c) Official Bank Depositories;

d) Official Bank Signatories;

e) Purchasing Agent;

f) Certifier of Payrolls;

g) Educational Official designated to receive court notification regarding a student's sentence/adjudication in certain criminal cases and juvenile delinquency proceedings;

h) School Pesticide Representative.

Authorizations

a) Approval of attendance at conferences, conventions, workshops, and the like;

b) Superintendent to approve budget transfers within limits prescribed by Commissioner's Regulation Section 170.2 and Board guidelines;

c) Superintendent to apply for Grants in Aid (State and Federal) as appropriate;

d) Establish mileage reimbursement rate;

e) Other(s) as deemed appropriate/necessary.

Policy References:
McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act, Section 722, as reauthorized by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 Education Law Sections 305(31), 1709 and 2503 29 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 1910.1450

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