Belpre City Schools
2014 Rockland Avenue
Belpre, OH 45714
Phone: 740-423-9511
Fax: 740-423-3050

BCS Board of Education
                                                    Belpre City Schools 
Board members

 Michael Wile - 909 Campus Drive, Belpre, OH    45714
Vice-PresidentRobert Wallace - 809 George St., Belpre, OH 45714                   
Board Members:
Leonard Wiggins - 852 Mill Branch Road, Belpre, OH 45714
Fred Meredith -2013 Rockland Ave., Belpre, OH 45714 
Pat Taylor - 731 Sycamore St., Apt. 200A, Belpre, OH 45714
Regular board of education meetings are held the 3rd Monday of each month, 7:00 p.m., at the Stone Administration Building/Early Learning Center in the gymnasium.
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Board Meetings Schedule for 2015
The regular meetings of the Belpre City Board of Education will be held on the third Monday of each month except for June which will be the last Monday of the month.  Meetings will be held at the Stone Administration Building/Early Learning Center gymnasium beginning at 7:00 p.m.  Below is the schedule for 2015:
February 16, 2015
March 16, 2015 
April 20, 2015 changed to April 13, 2015
May 18, 2015
June 29, 2015
July 20, 2015
August 17, 2015
September 21, 2015
October 19, 2015
November 16, 2015
December 21, 2015 

2015 Board Committees 
OSBA Legislative Liaison - Mike Wile
OSBA Student Achievement Liaison - Fred Meredith
Athletic Council - Fred Meredith
Negotiating Committee - Leonard Wiggins and Bob Wallace
Evaluation of Superintendent - Bob Wallace and Pat Taylor
Evaluation of Treasurer - Mike Wile and Leonard Wiggins
District Policy Committee - Fred Meredith and Leonard Wiggins
Insurance /Wellness Committee - Pat Taylor and Leonard Wiggins-alternate
Buildings and Grounds Committee - Fred Meredith and Mike Wile 

Job of a Board Member

Our school board is just one of 718 such boards across Ohio. Let’s say “thank you” to those who participate in what is perhaps the purest form of grassroots democratic principles upon which our republic was founded.
This January, local communities are invited to honor the contributions and dedication of their local school board members — those locally elected citizens who make decisions that affect, influence and direct the education of our youth.

As citizens who serve children and represent their communities, individual school board members face complex and demanding challenges. Yet, few people fully understand the scope and far-reaching implications of board members responsibilities. All Ohioans should recognize the vital contributions of these men and women and focus attention on the crucial role these elected public officials play in the education of our children. They make a difference for students.

Their job is to establish a vision for the education program, design a structure to achieve that vision, assure schools are accountable to the community and strongly advocate continuous improvement in student learning. That job entails an endless string of meetings and school functions to attend; reams of reports, agendas, proposals and other information to read and study; and a host of difficult decisions to make.

School board members come from all walks of life. They are farmers, secretaries, doctors, lawyers, homemakers, teachers, architects, truck drivers, professors, business owners and real estate agents, to name just a few.

While they wear many hats in the workday world, school board members put on a collective hat when they get down to the business of leading their school districts. Board members must pull together as a team toward a common goal — helping students achieve. While they may individually disagree on certain issues, their role as a board is to consistently strive toward that goal.

Board members contribute hundreds and hundreds of hours each year leading their districts. Whether crafting policies, hiring top-notch administrators, listening to staff and student concerns, or recognizing outstanding programs, board members always keep their eyes on the prize of student achievement.

The time spent in board meetings represents just a small fraction of the hours school board members devote to leading their districts. They also work hard at seminars and training sessions to keep abreast of the latest trends in educational leadership, are deeply involved in community activities, and spend many hours in the schools and at extracurricular events.

Their love of learning, and concern and caring for students, staff and the community, drive board members’ desire to lead so students can achieve.

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