The publicly elected seven-member Board of Education is responsible for setting policy for the district. Each trustee term is four or six years long and trustees serve without pay.
Our 7 board trustees are:
President Jack Gisinger | email@example.com
Vice President Susan DeJong | sdejong1@hollandpublicschools.
Treasurer Lisa Whiteman | firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary Janet DeYoung | jdeyoung@hollandpublicschools.
Trustee Phil Meyer | email@example.com
Trustee Linda Falstad | firstname.lastname@example.org
Trustee Liz Colburn | email@example.com
The Board of Education conducts its business meetings at the District Administration Office, 320 W. 24th Street, in the Board Training Center beginning at 7:00 p.m. on the third Monday of each month, with time for public comments. An optional prayer meeting is held at 6:30 p.m. The public is invited.
If you are an individual with a disability, reasonable accommodations to attend and participate in meetings is available by contacting the Superintendent's office at (616) 494-2005.
2017 Calendar Year
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A summary of reports, resolutions, and discussions. Minutes are posted following approval at the next month's board meeting. February 20, 2017 Minutes January 23, 2017 Minutes . . .
BOARD OF EDUCATION SCHOOL DISTRICT OF THE CITY OF HOLLAND District Administration Building 320 W. 24th Street Holland, Michigan 49423 (616) 494-2005 NOTICE OF BOARD of EDUCATION COMMITTEE MEETING Please take . . .
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Effective bylaws and policies are at the core of successful school district governance. Maintaining bylaws and policies that reflect both local oversight and ever-changing state and federal laws is an enormous task. The Holland Board of . . .