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Exploring Board Service

Apr 18, 2012 2-39 AM 3456x5184.JPGPotential board candidates with strong skills and backgrounds in areas of importance to the board are encouraged to submit a board prospect form. The Board is always interested in hard-working, inspired individuals who will contribute their time, talents, and resources to improving public education; participate effectively in group settings; have the time to commit to board and school responsibilities; and possess the leadership and vision to advance the ISM mission and vision.

All candidates need to complete a board application form. Please submit applications electronically to Trusteeship Chair at board@ismonterey.org

Current Open Positions

No specific postings

Learning About the Board

The best way to learn more about board service is to attend board meetings. The board meets the second Monday of each month at the school, 1720 Yosemite Street, Seaside, CA. Check the board meeting schedule for exact dates and open session start times.

Also, check this website regularly for information about school events. Once applied, all applications are kept on file until specific needs arise.

Last updated January 2, 2014 by director