APS Board of Education
Our Unified Job Description
"The job of the APS Board of Education is to accelerate learning for every APS student, every day. We do our job by advocating for the success of all students through effective governance, serving as good stewards of taxpayer dollars and being responsive to our stakeholders. Our community needs us to do our job."
Latest Board News
- PLEASE NOTE: The APS Board of Education Meeting for Jan. 22 will still take place even though APS is closed due to inclement weather.
- A Special Martin Luther King Jr. Day Message from Superintendent Rico Munn
- APS Connect for Jan. 16,2019: APS Celebrates Historic Graduation Rates
- December 2018 Edition of BOE Newsletter Now Available!
- APS Mill Levy Override Passes With Strong Support
- APS Superintendent Rico Munn Named 2019 Colorado Superintendent of the Year
The APS Board of Education is a group of citizens elected by voters to provide leadership and establish policies for the school district.
The seven-member board is elected at-large. Members serve four-year terms and receive no monetary compensation.
The board follows a policy governance model.
Board meetings are generally held on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at 6 p.m. The board first meets at 5:30 p.m. for dinner. The board meetings will follow one of these formats: General Business Meeting, Board Work Session, Board Workshop.
Regular Business meetings are generally held at the Mt. Massive Conference Room of the APS Professional Learning and Conference Center, 15771 E. 1st Ave. These meetings are open to the public.
Board Work Sessions and Workshops are generally held in the Mt. Massive Conference Room of the APS Professional Learning and Conference Center, 15771 E. 1st Ave.
View the APS Board of Education Communication Protocol to learn more about board outreach.
At each meeting, informational reports will be presented by the Board, Superintendent or district leadership.
The Board will hold a workshop on the second meeting of the month to review topics more thoroughly or engage and gather input from district or community groups.
The minutes of each Board meeting are first posted to the BOE Web site in BoardDocs Pro as draft minutes until they are approved by the Board. They are then reposted to BoardDocs Pro as the official Board minutes.