The Queensbury Board of Education consists of nine members, each elected to a five year term of office by the Queensbury community.
This group of nine individuals works together as one entity to carry out the business of the district.
No individual Board member may speak for the Board outside of a Board meeting unless granted that authority by the Board. The Board has granted that authority to the Board President. Outside of Board meetings individual Board members can speak as private citizens and are not barred from doing so by any Board policy.
Board members elect a President and Vice President each July to serve for the following school year. The Vice President fills in for the President during his/her absence.
The Board meets bi-monthly.
The regular BOE meeting is for the purpose of conducting school business, and is generally held on the second Monday of each month.
The second meeting is a workshop scheduled for the fourth Monday of each month planned by the BOE specifically for members to learn more about topics of their choosing depending on current issues.
Board meetings are open to the public under the Open Meetings Law, but they are not public meetings or meetings of the public. They are meetings of the Board to conduct the business of the district.