Lakeview Union School Board
The purpose of the Lakeview Union School Board is to ensure that the young people in our community receive a high quality education and that taxpayers receive value for their investment. We are entrusted to act on behalf of the townspeople in public education matters and we are accountable for ensuring the school district complies with legal requirements and meets our community’s expectations. Our school board has seven main areas of responsibility, outlined below.
Meeting Materials, Members, and Board Policies
Unless otherwise specified on the agenda, our school board meetings are the second Thursday of each month from 6:00 - 8:15 PM in the Lakeview Elementary School Library.
Board agendas are built at the end of each meeting for the next meeting. The agenda of every regular meeting is approved by the Chair.
Agendas for upcoming school board meetings within the current year are posted below at least five days before the meeting. Paper copies are also posted at the following locations:
Members of the public are encouraged to attend board meetings.
Carousel meetings are meetings of the full OSSU Board, with participation from all member districts to conduct SU-wide busineses.
To express an opinion electronically, individuals can send messages to the entire school board as a whole to email@example.com. Generally, the board will discuss any correspondence received by the public at the next regular meeting, including a response, if requested or applicable.
Individuals also can share their opinions by sending a letter to the School Board via OSSU Central Office, 156 Daniels Road, Hardwick, VT 05843 or faxing it to 802-472-5483.
Generally, school board members will have more time to consider citizens' positions and review any information presented if the email or letter is received at least five days before the topic is on the School Board meeting agenda.
Typically, individual emails and letters sent to school board members are automatically copied to all members of the School Board and the Superintendent.
Victoria Von Hessert