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FREE Board Orientation

Thursday, June 19th, from 5:00 - 8:00pm - East Cooper Montessori Charter School, Mount Pleasant

The Alliance will be hosting a FREE board orientation for new and existing board members on Thursday, June 19th from 5:00 - 8:00pm. This training meets the state mandated orientation requirements. The address is 250 Ponsbury Road, Mount Pleasant, SC  29464. Please have your board members and administrators join us!

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The Alliance provides technical assistance and comprehensive training on charter school governance to schools across SC. SC Charter Schools Boards must follow the SC Charter School Act and comply with SC Non-Profit Corporation Laws. 

We will list the resources you need to succeed as a board on this page:

Link to Board Orientation Training and upcoming Board Development Opportunities

Board Committee Job Descriptions

SC Charter School Law


Recorded Webinar:  Brown Bag Lunch Series - FOIA from 10.21.2013

www.anymeeting.com/771-004-536/EE57DE88894D

FOIA Slides


 

Recorded Webinar:  Brown Bag Lunch Series for Board Members: Basics of Board Meeting Management

 https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/676368777 from Friday, September 14, 2012

The Alliance kicked off the year with a refresher on setting an agenda, calling the meeting to order, taking minutes, approving minutes, and making motions.  And of course - when do you go into executive session and how to best incorporate public comment.

Resources from the webinar:

 

 


Governance Issues and Resources

Motions Cheat Sheet from Board Orientation


 The common governance problems faced by charter boards in SC - Get help from the Alliance!

  • Indecision
  • Mishandling Conflict
  • Nepotism
  • Personal Agendas
  • Too Much, Too Quick
  • Micromanagement
  • Overdependence on the Administrator
  • Financial Mismanagement
  • Overextending Administrators
  • Lack of Policy Infrastructure
  • Unqualified or Poorly Qualified Board Members
  • Founders Hired as Employees
  • Lack of Continuity and Institutional Memory

 

 

 
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