A board of directors is elected by the general membership of the cooperative to manage the administration of the school. The board is empowered to make decisions on behalf of the co-op for contracts regarding classroom space and facilities maintenance. Board members also maintain class rosters, ensure compliance with licensing requirements, execute annual teacher contract, and track school finances. When decisions require approving expenditures, hiring employees, or approving facilities lease changes, the board will call a meeting of the entire cooperative.
- Vice President of Enrollment
- Vice President of Licensing
- Fundraising Chair
- Events Chair
- Facilities Management Chair
- Technology Administrator
Board members are nominated at the March meeting and elected by a simple majority of members at the April meeting. The new board will take office after graduation. The board is open to currently enrolled families and returning alumni. The board may appoint individuals to vacant positions that remain after elections or that occur during the school year. The co-op will vote to approve any appointments at the next meeting.
The board is required to have representation from both classes, with a preferred 1/3 minimum of a given class represented. If there is not sufficient representation from one of the classes, the board will appoint a liaison from the underrepresented class to attend monthly board meetings and represent the positions of that class.
Review all the ACP committees & positions in more detail.