The New Foundations Board of Trustees is composed of dedicated professionals from various fields and backgrounds.
As our governing board, they selflessly serve our school and community to better the experience of our students through action, regulation, and leadership.
As a reflection of our board’s diversity and expertise, our curriculum, activities, and systems are thoughtfully constructed with our stakeholders in mind.
|2020-2021 New Foundations Charter School Board of Trustees Meeting Schedule*|
|August 11, 2020||Agenda | Minutes|
|September 8, 2020||Agenda | Minutes|
|September 29, 2020|
(Continuation of 9/8/2020 Meeting)
|Agenda | Minutes|
|October 13, 2020||Agenda | Minutes|
|November 10, 2020||Agenda | Minutes|
|December 1, 2020|
(Continuation of 11/10/2020 Meeting)
|Agenda | Minutes|
|December 8, 2020||Agenda | Minutes|
|January 5, 2021||Agenda|
|February 9, 2021||Register Here | Meeting Packet|
|March 9, 2021|
|April 13, 2021|
|May 11, 2021|
|June 8, 2021|
*Please note that due to COVID-19, Board of Trustees meetings will be held remotely until further notice. A link to join the virtual meetings will be available above in advance. All meetings are open to the public. Community comments are welcomed.
The Board of Trustees members, officers, and employees of New Foundations have a duty of loyalty to New Foundations and to the public whose interest they are sworn to serve. Members follow very strict guidelines which uphold their work to the utmost legal and ethical standards. Outlined in the documents below is the New Foundations Charter School Board of Trustees responsibilities.
|Table of Contents|
|Board of Trustee Policies (100-129)|
|Student Policies (200-257)|
|Special Education Policies (300-329)|
|Employee Policies (400-420)|
|Property Policies (500-506)|
|Operation Policies (600-617)|
|Community Policies (700-705)|
|Finance Policies (800-827)|
|Parent Advisory Council Policies (900-903)|
|Medical Policies (1000-1010)|
Ministry & Theology
Connecting cultural and professional experience with academic rigor.
Creating meaningful connections for students and staff.
Modeling civic duty through action and autonomy.
Advising the next generation of leaders with care and intention.