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AD HOC COMMITTEES

Code No.  208

 Whenever the board deems it necessary, the board may appoint a committee composed of citizens, employees or students to assist the board.  Committees formed by the board are ad hoc committees.

An ad hoc committee may be formed by board resolution which will outline the duties and purpose of the committee.  The committee is advisory in nature and has no duty or responsibility other than that specifically stated in the board resolution.  The committee will automatically dissolve upon the delivery of its final recommendation to the board or upon completion of the duties outlined in the board resolution.  The board will receive the report of the committee for consideration.  The board retains the authority to make a final decision on the issue.  The committee may be subject to the open meetings law.

The method for selection of committee members will be stated in the board resolution.  When possible, and when the necessary expertise required allows, the committee members will be representative of the school district community and will consider the various viewpoints on the issue.  The board may designate a board member and the superintendent to serve on an ad hoc committee.  The committee will select its own chairperson, unless the board designates otherwise.

Legal Reference:         Iowa Code §§ 21; 279.8; 280.12(2) (2009).

                                    281 I.A.C. 12.3(3), .3(8); .5(8).

                                    O.A.G., Nov. 18, 1993

Cross Reference:         103      Long-Range Needs Assessment

                                    211      Open Meetings

                                    212      Closed Sessions

                                    215      Board of Directors' Records

                                    605.1   Instructional Materials Selection

                                    900      Principles and Objectives for Community Relations

 

Initially Approved 03-08-1999       Last Reviewed 02-25-2008             Last Revision                          

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