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School Board

 

 

To view board-related information including board agendas and minutes click the image above to visit our BoardDocs site.
 
Board Meetings 
 
The Board of School Trustees meets at 7 p.m. the second Tuesday (unless otherwise posted) of each month at Westfield Middle School - Large Group Instruction Room, 345 W Hoover St., Westfield.  Special meetings are occasionally held to deal with additional business that arises.
 
The public may comment during the audience portion of the agenda at the end of the board meeting.  A Comment Card must be filled out (available upon entry to the meeting) and turned in to the check-in table at least five minutes before the meeting's scheduled start time. Comments are limited to 3 minutes. Board members may or may not respond to comments.  The Board may ask the administration to look into a comment and follow up by phone or email with a speaker.  The purpose for public comment is to give the Board members as much information as possible, not to engage in debate.  Public comment is restricted to the audience portion of the agenda.   The President of the Board may allow comments at other times.
 
Executive Session
Under the Open Door Law, some meetings are closed to the public. Meetings closed to the public are called executive sessions.  Executive sessions are also closed to the media.
 
Public Comment at Board Meetings
• Public comments will be limited to 3 minutes and ONLY comments related to agenda items will be heard or read.
  
To email all members of the board, board@wws.k12.in.us 
Individual email addresses can be found on the Board Member profiles
 
 
2022 School Board Election

School Board candidates will run on the General Election Ballot on November 8, 2022.  Candidates for School Board will file the CAN-34 and the CAN-12 forms in the Hamilton County Election Office from July 27, 2022 through noon, August 26, 2022.  Candidate packets containing all forms needed, campaign finance information, as well as a calendar brochure and a brochure about signs and disclaimers are available in their office.  These forms can also be accessed on the Indiana Election Division's website.

The Indiana School Boards Association (ISBA) is offering a series of candidate forums designed to help potential candidates better understand the demands and expectations of the work from a boardsmanship and legal/ethical perspective.