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Board of Education

Valley View ISD Board of Trustees

Proposed 2018-2019 Budget

District of Innovation

 

 
Election Information
Next election will be held on Saturday, May 2, 2020 at the Valley View High School Gym from 7 AM to 7 PM.
Wednesday, January 15, 2020 is the first day to file an application.
Deadline for filing for a place on the ballot is Friday, February 14th at 5 PM.
Seat 4 and Seat 5 are up for election this year.
Election location is subject to change by the County Election Administrator.
 
 
 

 All regular meetings of the Valley View Board of Education are conducted on the first Monday following the 15th of each month (unless otherwise noted), beginning at 7 p.m., in the District Administration Office, 106 Newton Street, Valley View, TX.

 
 
 
 

French Elected to State Association Board

(Austin) — The Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) has elected Corinne French of Valley View ISD-Cooke County to a three-year term on the TASB Board of Directors, representing TASB Region 11, position D.

French was appointed to the Valley View ISD-Cooke County Board in 2012, elected in 2013, and ran unopposed in 2016. She currently serves as the board vice-president. She is a 2015 Leadership TASB graduate and has served as a member of the TASB Legislative Advisory Council.

French received a bachelor of science degree in family sciences from Texas Woman’s University and a master’s in higher education from the University of North Texas (UNT).

She works at UNT, coordinating district involvement with the Eagle Advantage program. She plans on-campus transition programs for high school juniors and seniors and facilitates college transition workshops in local high schools. She serves as the advisor for the student organization Her Campus UNT. French also serves on the NTRP-16 Council and the executive board of the North Texas Area Association of School Boards.

TASB is a nonprofit association established in 1949 to serve local public school boards. School board members are the largest group of publicly elected officials in the state. The districts they represent serve more than 5.3 million students.

 
 
 
 

What does your School Board do?

The Board of Trustees is a policy making body of persons, elected by the citizens of a school district. The policies which it establishes are executed by the administration of the schools. Board members have no authority except when functioning as a member of the board in an official meeting.
Candidates run for specific places but do not represent certain geographical areas. Following the annual election, the Board elects a president, a vice-president and a secretary to serve one-year terms.
 
Major responsibilities of the Board:
• Manage and govern the public schools of the District;
• Adopt such rules, regulations and bylaws as the Board deems appropriate;
• Levy and collect taxes and issue bonds;
• Prepare, adopt and file a budget for the succeeding fiscal year and file a report of the disbursements and receipts for the preceding fiscal year;
• Have the District's fiscal account audited at district expense by a Texas certified accountant;
• Receive bequests and donations or other monies or funds coming legally into its hands in the name of the district;
• Order, canvass the returns, declare results and issue certificates of elections as required by law;
• Acquire and hold real and personal property in the name of the district; and
• Have the legal power and duty to perform other specific duties imposed by statutes of the State of Texas. (Sec BAA, Board Policy Manual)
 
 
 
Frequently Asked Questions

Are Board meetings open to the public?
Every meeting of the Board shall be open to the public. The Board may, however, adjourn to an executive session to discuss personnel matters or land acquisitions, to obtain certain legal counsel and discuss litigation or to discuss cases involving discipline of a student enrolled in public school.
When and where does the Board meet?
Regular Board meetings are scheduled for the first Monday after the 15th of each month at 7 p.m. in the District Administration Building, 106 Newton Street, Valley View, Texas. The Board reserves the right to change Board meetings to other days and times whenever it becomes necessary.
What is the procedure for addressing the Board?
A 30-minute general open forum will be held at the beginning of each regular Board meeting to allow for public input on any topic. Patrons wishing to address the Board should sign-in on the designated sheet.
When recognized by the Board chairman, please approach the lectern, identify yourself by
• name
• address
• if applicable, the organization you represent.
All remarks should be addressed to the Board as a whole; Board members will listen but not respond to remarks made during open forums. Please limit your comments to three minutes. Delegations of more than five persons should appoint one person to represent the group’s views.
Discussions of personnel or comments regarding District employees are not appropriate during Board meetings.
If you have additional questions, contact the Valley View ISD Superintendent at 940-726-3659.

Contact Information

Valley View ISD
106 Newton St.
Valley View, TX, Texas 76272
Schedule:

Administration Office Hours

7:45 am to 3:45 pm
Monday-Friday

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Phone: 940-726-3659
Fax: 940-726-3614