Riverview Charter proposes change to bylaws


From staff reports

The Riverview Board of Directors is proposing a change to the school’s bylaws to refine its election processes, according to a Sept. 21 email sent out by Riverview Board of Directors Chair Reece Bertholf.

The proposed changes are in sections 4.3 and 4.11 of the bylaws and, according to the email, are to ensure the board remains filled by “active advocates and ambassadors for the values, mission, and vision of Riverview Charter School.”

Most notably, the new bylaws will allow 50 percent of the board to be elected by Riverview Families and staff and allow 50 percent to be appointed.

The Riverview Charter School Bylaws can be found at https://bit.ly/3mb1jML. The public is invited to attend board meetings, which are normally scheduled on the third Thursday of the month. Any changes to the board meeting schedule can be found on the calendar on the school’s website – https://bit.ly/2Y03Gdl.

The bylaw change will be on the agenda of the next regularly scheduled meeting of the board currently set for 6 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 28.

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