BBAA – BOARD MEMBER AUTHORITY
The powers delegated to a School Board by the state are delegated to the Board as a whole. No authority is granted Board members acting as individuals.
The Board exercises its powers and duties only in properly called meetings, where a majority of the Board constitutes a quorum to transact business. Except when performing a specific duty as ordered by the Board, the decision and actions of a single member of the Board are not binding on the entire Board.