Board of Directors
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Leadership and passion drive BCS to become
a model of educational innovation.
How does the Board serve BCS?
The BCS Board of Directors is responsible for ensuring the execution of BCS’s mission throughout all aspects of the operation and activities of the School.
- BCS Board Members are dedicated to the school and the success of its students.
- BCS Board members are selected for their commitment to support and enhance the mission, structure and function of BCS.
- The Board is deeply committed to an open and transparent governing process.
Who provides financial oversight of BCS?
The BCS Board oversees the school’s fiscal affairs. Additionally, BCS undergoes an annual independent financial audit by a certified public accounting firm, and BCS provides monthly financial reporting to the SCCOE, which completes its own financial auditing of the school on an annual basis.
How do parents and community members give input at BCS?
The governing structure of BCS gives parents a unique opportunity to help shape their child’s education and provide input into the school’s operations and programs.
- BCS parents, teachers, staff, and community members, are all encouraged to offer input at BCS’s Annual Strategic Planning sessions. The results of these sessions are conveyed to other parent/teacher subcommittees for further refinement and recommendations for action plans.
- Additionally, BCS conducts an annual survey of BCS parents, teachers, and staff to receive feedback on the school. The results are presented publicly to the BCS Board for evaluation and action.
- BCS holds regular public board meetings, each with a public comments portion.
- The parent teacher group, The Bullis Boosters Club (BBC), hosts forums on topics of parent interest.
- The Principal and Board Members are always available to receive feedback.
- BCS also seeks input from Charter School and education experts to ensure that national education best practices are being implemented at BCS.