A five-member Governing Board governs Yuma Elementary School District One. Our Board members serve without pay and are elected to four-year terms. We open all regular meetings of the Governing Board to the public.
- Scheduled Meetings: Second Monday of each month (except July)
- Meeting Times: 5:30 p.m. in the Board Room of the Administration building
- Meeting Locations: 450 Sixth Street, Yuma, Arizona 85364
The Board and administration welcome public comment.
Mrs. Karen Griffin
900 W. 6th Street
Yuma, AZ 85364
Mrs. Barbara Foote
2670 S. James Avenue
Yuma, AZ 85365
Mr. Cory Mayrant
13310 49th Ln
Yuma, AZ 85367
Mrs. Irene Montoya
1731 S 9th Ave
Yuma, AZ 85364
Mrs. Jamie Walden
1410 E. Kuns Court
Yuma, AZ 85364
Our Governing Board policies are available at the Arizona School Board website. To view these policies, select "Yuma Elementary Policy Manual" from the list on the left side of the page, and then click on the red plus sign. The Governing Board approves all policy manuals and changes and posts updates to the ASBA website.
- Yuma Board Policies
- ASBA's Policy Advisories 519-535
- ASBA's Policy Advisories 548-551
- ASBA's Policy Advisories 552-566
- ASBA Policy Alert
- Current Advisories Under Consideration - 468 and 536-547
Recently Adopted Policy Change
Yuma School District One has adopted new governing board policy regulations regarding the seclusion, confinement, and/or restraint of students. This new policy regulation conforms to state and federal law.
- J-3050 - Drug and Alcohol Use By Students
- J-4600 - Student Discipline
- J-4611 - Student Discipline
- J-4612 - Behavior Management and Discipline of Students With Disabilities
- J-4631 - Student Discipline
Policy Book Review Advisories
Yuma School District One operates according to policies established by the Board and regulations developed by the Superintendent. The Board, which represents the state and local community, adopts policies after careful deliberation, and the school administration implements them through specific regulations and procedures. The Board and administration then appraise the effects of its policies and procedures and makes revisions as necessary.
Page 1 of the Introduction to District One’s Governing Board Policy manual.
Governing Board Policies BG and BGC stipulate, “changes in needs, conditions, purposes, and objectives may require revisions, deletions, and additions to the policies of the present and future boards.” And that the Superintendent is authorized to seek consulting services to support policy review. The Arizona School Boards Association provides these services to District One.
Generally, the role of a Board is to set policy, and the role of the administration is to execute it. District One’s Governing Board Policy Manual includes policies, regulations, and exhibits.
Policies establish the framework of what is done.
Policies are principles adopted by the Board that describe what the Governing Board expects and requires. Once created, they continue in perpetuity as written until revised or rescinded.
Regulations describe how policies are implemented.
Regulations are the detailed directions developed by the administration to put policy into practice. They tell how, by whom, where, and when things are done. Since they explain how the Superintendent intends to accomplish policy expectations and requirements, they are subject to change whenever the Superintendent alters the procedure(s).
Exhibits are informational items.
Exhibits are documents that either give or request information. Exhibits are the most volatile of the documents as they are more frequently modified to accommodate ongoing changes and needs for presenting or gathering information.
If you have any comments or suggestions, please send them to the Superintendent's office.
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