2112 - Board Member Authority and Limitations
2112 Board Member Authority and Limitations 2112
All powers of the School Board lie in its action as a group. Individual Board members may not exercise authority over District affairs, nor are their individual decisions and actions binding on the Board.
The Board may only take action at a properly called regular or special meeting where a Quorum is present. In other instances, an individual board member, including the Chair, has power only when the Board by vote has delegated authority to him/her.
The decisions of the Board shall be binding until rescinded by the Board at a properly called regular or special meeting.
Reference: RSA 671:4; Ed 303