BOARD OF EDUCATION
The Board of Education of the Lansingburgh Central School District is a nine member voluntary board. Each of the members serves a five year term. These public officials are elected by the voters of the school district to take the formal legal actions and assume the major responsibilities for policy and Superintendent oversight. These people are citizens who have taken on the additional tasks of Board membership in order to provide leadership for the welfare of the district students.
Board of Education Links
Board of Education Meetings and Agendas
November 25, 2013- Board Meeting Agenda (PDF)
November 4, 2013 - Workshop Agenda (PDF)
October 28, 2013 - Board Meeting Agenda (PDF)
October 7, 2013 - Workshop Agenda (PDF)
October 7, 2013 - Policy Committee Mtg Agenda(PDF)
September 30, 2013 - Board Meeting agenda (PDF)
September 16, 2013 - Special Meeting agenda (PDF)
September 9, 2013 - Workshop Agenda (PDF)
Notice to the Public
2011-2012 Board of Education Goals
Please click here for the 2011-2012 Board of Education Goals.
Board of Education approves Annual Professional Performance Review for Building Principals and Teachers
The Board of Education of the Lansingburgh Central School District, in public session at its meeting of August 31, 2011, adopted the Annual Professional Performance Plan for the 2011-2012 school year, pursuant to the requirements of Education Law §3012-c and accompanying regulations of the Board of Regents and the Commissioner of Education.
Annual Professional Performance Review (“APPR”) supports the professional growth of educators. This review system should provide timely feedback, an opportunity to acknowledge educators’ strengths as well as their weakness and an opportunity for growth as an educator.
This APPR system will be a significant factor in all employment decisions including but not limited to:
- Tenure Determination
- Supplemental compensation
- Professional Development
For more information please click here.
Complaints by citizens regarding any facet of the school operation often can be handled more satisfactorily by the administrative officer in charge of the unit closest to the source of the complaint. Complaints will be made to the building principal/and/or his/her assistant if the matter cannot be resolved by the teacher, coach, or other school employee.
If the complaint and related concerns are not resolved at this level to the satisfaction of the complainant, the complaint may be carried to the Superintendent and/or one of his/her assistants. Unresolved complaints at the building level must be reported to the Superintendent by the building principal. The Superintendent may require the statement of the complainant in writing. If the complaint and related concerns are not resolved at the Superintendent level to the satisfaction of the complaint, the complaint may be carried to the Board of Education.
Unresolved complaints at the Superintendent level must be reported to the Board of Education by the Superintendent. The Board of Education reserves the right to require prior written reports from appropriate parties.
BOE@Lansingburgh.org - This email address will go to every board member.