In PVSchools, five Governing Board members are elected to serve without compensation for staggered, four-year terms.
The Paradise Valley Unified School District Governing Board sets policies for the management of the district while the superintendent and Cabinet are responsible for the policies implementation.
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Emails, letters, faxes, and other correspondence with the Paradise Valley Unified School District Governing Board are subject to public disclosure according to Arizona Public Records Law (A.R.S. §39-121, et seq.) and corresponding records retention requirements unless the content is specifically exempt from disclosure by a state or federal law.
Virtual Public Comments are shared with the Governing Board prior to the next Governing Board meeting; however, these comments will not be read aloud during the meeting. Virtual comments should be submitted the week of a Governing Board meeting before noon on the day of the scheduled meeting.
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On behalf of the PVSchools Governing Board, thank you.
Governing Board News
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is the Board's role?
- What are the Board Norms?
- When are public notices made?
- Is there a meeting agenda?
- Where can I find meeting agendas, minutes, and notices?
- Are reasonable accommodations made at meetings?
- How do I speak at a meeting?
- How do I share a concern?
What is the Board's role?
What are the Board Norms?
When are public notices made?
Is there a meeting agenda?
Where can I find meeting agendas, minutes, and notices?
Are reasonable accommodations made at meetings?
How do I speak at a meeting?
How do I share a concern?
ASBA Award for Excellence
The PVSchools Governing Board has received the Lou Ella Kleinz Award of Excellence and the Total Boardsmanship Award at the Arizona School Boards Association (ASBA) Annual Conference.