Thursday, June 07, 2012

BOE Seeks Community Imput- For Real This Time

The  Middletown Board of Education is seeking community members to serve on committees.
Hopefully with more transparency, and the Evil Triumvirate gone, another million dollars won't disappear!
Description of Board of Education Committees
Date & Time
The committee reviews the current budget monthly and makes recommendation to the BOE regarding next year’s budget and other spending items.
2nd Monday of the month
at 4 p.m.
The committee currently reviews the district’s website, and is charged with highlighting events in the district
3rd Wednesday of the month
at 4 p.m.
This committee's charge is to be apprised by the Assistant Superintendent of district curriculum, give input on it, support (or not) new curriculum proposals that will eventually go to the entire Board. This committee receives an abundance of information on district programs, curricula, etc.
It is comprised of 3 Board members, the Assistant Superintendent and when available, a community representative. The Assistant Superintendent brings teachers and administrators as necessary to offer their expertise.

3rd Tuesday of the month
at 9:30 a.m.
This committee's role is to set and review policies for the school district. The committee is comprised of 3 Board members, Kathy Bengtson (from Central Office) and when available, a community representative. It is usually joined by the administrators to assist in policy setting and review.

3rd Tuesday of the month
at 8 a.m.


  1. why are all the meetings either in the morning or right at 4:00 pm. I think they should make these meetings at a time that the public can actually be there.

  2. To anonymous: So you want NOON i take it? Are you saying the public isn't available in the morning before work or at night after work?

  3. In the morning before work? Do you mean at 6:30 am?


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