Gainesville R-V School Board of Education
The Board of Education is a representative body elected by the registered voters of the Gainesville R-V School District of Ozark County. It is the purpose and the role of the Board of Education to exercise general supervision over the schools of the district, and to ensure that the schools are maintained as provided by the state statues, the rules and procedures of the Missouri State Board of Education and/or the Missouri Department of Elementary & Secondary Education, and the policies, rules and procedures of the school district. In addition, the Board is accountable to the electorate, and shall be responsive to the educational needs and the imposed financial constraints of the district. In conducting its various functions as the legislative and policy-making authority for the district, the Board recognizes the following general responsibilities as paramount:
- Legislative and Policy Making
- Provision of Financial Resources
- Public Relations
All Board members should have an interest in the welfare and education opportunities of students, a desire to honestly represent the public and the commitment to be a good steward of taxpayer resources. All persons interested in serving on the Gainesville R-V School District Board of Education, whether elected or appointed, will meet all legal requirements for candidates in School Board elections.
Newly elected or appointed members of the Board officially qualify as Board members when they take the oath of office and sign the oath, as required by law.
Board Policy: BBBA