Roseville Residents, Interested in Running for School Board? This workshop is for you!
The Northeast Metro Intermediate District hosts workshop for prospective school board members on Aug. 10
Roseville residents, interested in running for the School Board?
The Northeast Metro 916 Intermediate School District, in conjunction with Team Works International, is hosting a workshop for school board candidates on Aug. 10 at Capitol View Center, 70 West County Rd. B2 in Little Canada. The event will be from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Facilitator will be Dennis Cheesebrow, founder and principal of TeamWorks International of Centerville, a consultant to most of the 916 member districts in the areas of governance and strategic change consulting, partnership-leadership capacity development, and Insight-data mapping services. Roseville District 623 is part of the Northeast Metro 916 Intermediate School District.
Key questions include:
• What is governance, what are its practices, structures, assumptions, benefits and limitations?
• What is excellence in governance and its relationship to excellence in management and consultation?
• What are the common roles and common myths of serving on a school board?
• What are the elements of an effective board – superintendent relationship?
• What are our district’s views and practices with regard to governance and how do we compare?
Three positions on the Roseville Area School Board are open this fall. The incumbents- Lisa Edstrom, Shari Dion and Tom Ring-, have not indicated whether they are seeking re-election.
Filings for those positions open Aug. 2 and close on Aug. 16.
To register for the workshop call 651-415-5657 by Aug. 5.