School Board

The Edgewood ISD School Board is focused on student achievement and the overall success of the school district. The School Board consists of seven volunteers who are elected at-large by the Edgewood ISD community to serve a four-year, staggered term. Responsibilities of the School Board include governance of the school district, adopting the budget, and hiring and evaluating the Superintendent.

Public Comment at Board Meetings:

Audience participation at a Board meeting is limited to to the public comment portion of the meeting designed for the purpose and to specific agenda items. Individuals must sign up in advance of the Board meetings by email, online form, or in person. Sign up will open when agenda is posted and closes at 5:00 p.m. on the date of the meeting. When an individual signs up, the individual must be indicate which agenda item they wish to address. An individual who will be accompanied by a translator must notify the District at the time of signing up. 

To sign up by email: Individuals must send their full name, address, phone number, and topic to be addressed to [email protected]

To sign up by online form: 
Public Comment Sign Up Form

Contacting the School Board:

The School Board welcomes comments, input, or suggestions from the public at anytime. Communicate your feedback with the Board by emailing comments to [email protected] or contacting the Board Operations Manager, Amelia M. Castillo, at 210-898-2000.

School Board Meetings:

Agendas are posted at least 72 hours prior to each meeting. Citizens are invited to attend board meetings and may address the board during the public forum which is included at all board meetings. Concerns and complaints regarding specific individuals should not be raised in public forum; they must be considered separately according to applicable board policies. Each participant will be limited to three minutes to make comments to the Board. Any group of five or more persons must appoint one person to present the group’s views to the Board. The Board is not permitted to discuss or act upon any issues that are not posted on the agenda at the meeting. The Board has adopted complaint policies that are designed to secure, at the lowest possible administrative level, a prompt and equitable resolution of complaints and concerns. Each of these processes provides that, if a resolution cannot be achieved administratively, the person may appeal the administrative decision to the Board as a properly posted on the agenda item.

(Dates can be subject to change)

2023-2024 Board Meeting Dates

Board Workshops Regular Board Meetings
 No Workshop July 25, 2023
August 8, 2023 August 22, 2023
 September 5, 2023 September 19, 2023
October 2, 2023 October 24, 2023
November 7, 2023 November 14, 2023
December 12, 2023 No Meeting
No Meeting January 16, 2024
February 6, 2024 February 20, 2024
No Workshop March 26, 2024
April 2, 2024 April 22, 2024
May 7, 2024 May 21, 2024
June 4, 2024 June 13, 2024

Board Operating Procedures:

These Board Operating Procedures are intended to guide and assist the Board of Trustees and the Superintendent in conducting District business. They are not intended to confer legal rights on any other person. These procedures are not intended to take precedence over adopted Board Policy. If there is a conflict or inconsistency between these Procedures and adopted Board Policy, every effort will be made to revise Board Policy and/or the Board Operating Procedures to reflect the intent of the Board. At no time are these procedures intended to over-ride Board Policy or state or federal law. 

Board Operating Procedures approved January 16, 2024

Training Hours:

Continuing Education Hours – October 24, 2023

Mission Statement:

Edgewood ISD provides an exceptional learning experience that engages, empowers, and prepares students to compete and reach their highest potential in an ever-changing World.

Vision Statement:

For every child, success in life. Edgewood Proud!

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