Governance Board Notice of Meeting, Agenda, and Minutes

The Governance Board is elected by the Membership to (1) provide oversight of all other governing bodies, (2) raise the profile of the school, and (3) raise funds for the school.


  • President: pending election
  • Vice President: pending election
  • Secretary: pending election
  • Treasurer: pending election 
  • Members at large: Faith Markle, April Freund, Jen Wichita, Phoebe DeWitt, Sarah Wilkening, Kenneth Hoversten, Shannon Gent-Nyden


A special meeting of the Governance Board will be held:

Date & Time: Wednesday, January 17th, 2024, from 6:30 – 8:00pm

Location: Online (email [email protected] for a link)


Call to order

Call to order

Action: review and approve financial report

Action: approve the agenda for Community Engagement


The next regular meeting of the Governance Board will be held:

Date & Time: TBD

Location: Online (email [email protected] for a link)


Call to order


Approve minutes from last meeting

Report from School Leadership Liaison: EC, Membership, Design Team, School Meeting

Review and approve financial statements


Approved Minutes

For minutes and notes prior to June 2022, please email [email protected]

Last updated bySean Anderson on January 16, 2024
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  1. Where are the minutes for the meeting where you decided it was cool to keep the teacher who brought a gun to school employed?

    1. Hi Kathryn — thanks for the question. All personnel decisions are made by our Membership, not the elected Board. This means that families, students, staff, and community stakeholders meet to decide issues of employment — and following open meetings regulations, these are “closed session” meetings where discussions and details of decisions are not shared publicly. If you want to review minutes and notes from open Membership meetings you can find those at: If you’d like to talk this over more, feel free to reach out by phone, text, or email and we’ll be happy to share what we’re able to share within the bounds of our own policies and employment law.

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