Board of Education
The nine* members of Chatham’s Board of Education are volunteers who are elected to three-year terms and receive no pay. A president and vice president are selected each year at the July organizational meeting. The Board acts as a collective body to establish the policies under which the Chatham Central School District operates. The Superintendent of Schools is responsible for administering the school program within the context of these policies. Learn more about the role of Board of Education members.
*In 2020, voters approved a proposition to reduce the Board to seven members, starting with the 2021-22 school year. The reduction is being implemented to reflect the District’s shrinking enrollment and because small communities have increasingly experienced difficulties in attracting enough candidates to fill large Boards.
The Board of Education invites the community to attend meetings to learn about the educational issues and topics the Board is considering. We value your interest and encourage you to come and voice any questions or comments you may have about our schools.
Meeting Agendas, Minutes, and District Policies
The Board of Ed uses BoardDocs, a paperless meetings system, for our meeting agendas and associated documents. To access agendas, meeting minutes, and District policies please visit our BoardDocs website.
2021-2022 Board Members Term Expires
Matthew Fisch, President
Beth Hover, Vice President
Mia Porritt, Student Representative
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Audio Recordings of Board Meetings
Want to know what’s happening at Board of Education meetings but can’t always make it there? CCSD provides audio recordings of Board meetings upon request. Requests can be made to the Superintendent’s Office, 518-392-1501.