Board Members and Officers

Texas school board members, who serve without compensation, take on a number of important responsibilities as they join the school board. The following are resources related to board service, including information on required board training; resignations, removal from office, and filling vacancies; board member ethics and liability; and board officer elections and duties.

Board Training
Board Vacancies
Ethics
Board Officers
Technology Use

Board Training   

Related Policies

Your local school board policy manual contains TASB's (LEGAL) reference policies and board-adopted (LOCAL) policies. Your district may also have relevant administrative regulations. For more information on board training, see your district policy manual at the following code:

BBD Training and Orientation

TASB Resources

Other Resources

  • The Texas Education Agency (TEA) School Board Member Training Website provides an overview of board member continuing education and a list of registered training providers.
  • The TEA School Board Member Training Website's Annual Required Hours of Continuing Education chart lists the continuing education hours that new and experienced board members are required to take each year.

Board Vacancies   

Related Policies

For more information on board vacancies, see your district policy manual at the following code:

BBC Vacancies and Removal from Office

TASB Resources

Other Resources

Ethics   

Related Policies

For more information on board member ethics, see your district policy manual at the following codes:

BBE Board Member Authority and Immunities
BBF Ethics
BBFB  Prohibited Practices
BBG  Compensation and Expenses

TASB Resources


Board Officers   

Related Policies

For more information on board officers, see your district policy manual at the following code:

BDAA Duties and Requirements of Board Officers

TASB Resources

Technology Use   

Related Policies

BBI      Technology Resources and Electronic Communications

TASB Resources