Section B Governance

Introduction
Governance refers to how an organization is directed. The governance system for SEC is by election or appointment from one of the founding nine communities.  These communities are Bloodvein First Nation, Little Grand Rapids, Brokenhead, Pauingassi First Nation, Black River First Nation, Hollow Water, Berens River and Poplar River.

These elected or appointed members represent their communities and are responsible for bringing forward business on behalf of the community or parents.

Table of Contents

B.1 Board Members

B.1.A

Operational Goals and Strategic Plans

B.1.B

Membership of the Board – Elections/Appointments

B.1.C

Power and Duties of the Board

B.1.D

Roles and Responsibilities of Board Members.

B.1.F

Board Member Code of Ethics

B.1.F.EX 1

Board Member Code of Ethics –Sign Off

B.1.G

Executive Board Election Process

 

B.2 Board Administration

B.2.A

Organization of the Board

B.2.B

Executive Officers

B.2.C

Board Committees

B.2.D

Board Meetings

B.2.E

Special Board Meetings

B.2.F

Executive Sessions- Open Meetings

B.2.G

Notification of Board Meetings

B.2.H

Quorum

B.2.I

Voting Method

B.2.J

Minutes

B.2.K

Public Participation at Board Meetings

B.2.L

Board Hearings/Appeal

B.2.L-P

Board Hearings/Appeal Procedure

B.2.M

School  Board Policy Process

B.2.N

Policy Adoption

B.2.O

Policy Review and Revision

B.2.P

Board Member Orientation

B.2.Q

Board Resignation

B.2.R

Board Member Compensation and Expenses