A: We are happy to customize any workshop your board may need. Some of the workshop topics we offer are listed below. One item we […]Continue reading »
AASB has developed a partnership with the Texas School Boards Association, which has developed BoardBook®, a paperless meetings tool available from AASB to our members. […]Continue reading »
ASK AASB: When a site closes in a Regional Educational Attendance Area (REAA) can sites still have an Advisory School Board?
A: State statute asserts that the REAA must establish an ASB for any community over 50 people of permanent residence (paragraph a). Paragraph (b) speaks […]Continue reading »
ASK AASB: What are the rules on making the newly elected Board Members official after an election. How many days do we have?
A: It is outlined in statue 14.14.070: “Within seven days after the certification of the results of each regular election, the school board shall meet […]Continue reading »
ASK AASB: Should a School Board’s by-laws state the amount of time a board meeting should be in session (ie. 7-9PM or 6-10PM?)
A: Some boards have a bylaw specifying the latest that meetings can extend to. If they go beyond that time they must vote to suspend […]Continue reading »
ASK AASB: When filling a vacant board slot, what questions should applicants be asked during interviews?
Questions to ask potential new board members: What skill set do you bring to the board? What do you think it takes to create a […]Continue reading »