Office bearers on a school board include:
These offices - and their duties - are outlined in Section 9.5 of the 'Manual for School Board Members'.
Being a member of a school board involves many kinds of responsibilities and relationships. It is important to check with your school about your responsibilities as a board according to the structure of your school.
Board members must know how to handle confidences, the action to take if matters are referred to them, and how they should relate to the school community. Members should be representative of the interests of all the partners in the school.
In accepting a position on the board, members indicate they believe in its ethos, have a genuine interest in the school and wish to give something in return for the benefits they might have received as a student, parent or caregiver.
Section 9.5.1 of the 'Manual for School Board' members contains good information that all board members must read in terms of their role on the board.
As a school board member of a Catholic school, you are required to: