• Granbury ISD Board of Trustees

    Trustees

Role of the Board

  • Texas state law grants the Board of Trustees the power to govern and oversee the management of the District’s schools.  The Board is the policy-making body within the District and has overall responsibility for curriculum, school taxes, annual budget, facilities, as well as employment of the Superintendent and other professional staff.  The Board has complete and final control over school matters within limits established by state and federal regulations.
     
    The Board of Trustees, which is composed of seven members, is elected by the citizens of the District to ensure a strong educational program for the District’s children.  Trustees are elected by position or place and serve three-year terms.  Trustees serve without compensation, must be registered voters, and must reside in the District.
     
    Regular meetings are scheduled to begin with closed session at 5:00 PM and regular business to begin at 6:00 PM.  Meetings are held in the Board Room located in the Granbury ISD Administrating Building at 217 N. Jones Street.  
     
    • 2022-23 Scheduled Meetings

      Monday, February 20, 2023

      Executive Session 5 PM, Regular Session 6 PM

      Monday, March 27, 2023

      Executive Session 5 PM, Regular Session 6 PM

      Monday, April 24, 2023

      Executive Session 5 PM, Regular Session 6 PM

      Monday, May 15, 2023

      Executive Session 5 PM, Regular Session 6 PM

      Monday, June 19, 2023

      Executive Session 5 PM, Regular Session 6 PM

      Dates are subject to change.
      Special meetings may also be called.
      Notices and agendas of meetings normally must be posted 72 hours in advance.
      Notices and agendas are posted on the outside doors of the Administration Building as well as on this website
     
    All meetings are open to the public.  To watch online, please visit the meetings section of this page. Under the following circumstances, Texas law permits the Board to meet in closed session to discuss the following topics:  prospective gifts or donations, real property acquisition, personnel matters including conferences with employees and employee complaints, security matters, student discipline, or to consult with attorneys.