Charter School Advisory Board

Overview

The Charter School Advisory Board advises the City Commission, City Administration and various city departments on matters concerning the Coral Springs Charter School. The board is comprised of three parent representatives, two business community representatives, one education/administration representative, and a representative of the Coral Springs City Commission. Additionally, there are three alternate parent representatives who may be called upon to attend meetings in the event of absences by one or more parent representatives. The City Manager of the City of Coral Springs and the Principal of the Coral Springs Charter School serve as ex-officio board members.

The Charter School Advisory Board is responsible for:

  • Assist in the development of long-range strategic plans to establish comprehensive vision for the city’s education initiatives;
  • Review of school’s policies to ensure consistency with the school’s mission statement and with attainment of performance standards;
  • Perform fiscal review and submit recommendations to the city;
  • Review and evaluate goals and performances of the school;
  • Provide periodic reports to the city commission including an end-of-year-annual report;
  • Serve and offer leadership on selected subcommittees, as may be necessary;
  • Assist and advise in development efforts including grant administration and other fund-raising efforts; and
  • To abide by the goals and objectives and fulfill the requirements of the agreement with the Broward County School Board, as amended from time to time.
  • To review and recommend performance standards to measure school’s success.

Vacancies: 0

 

 

Qualifications

The Board consists of nine (9) members, seven (7) of which are voting. The board is comprised of:

  • Three parent representatives
  • Two business community representatives
  • One education/administration representative,
  • A representative of the Coral Springs City Commission.

Additionally, there are three alternate parent representatives who may be called upon to attend meetings in the event of absences by one or more parent representatives. Applicants must either reside in Coral Springs or do business within the city and have a valid business tax receipt.