BDDF – VOTING METHOD

Voting Method Option 1:

Any board action may be taken if it is approved by the majority of members voting.

As the elected officials responsible for the governance of the school district, the board sets the direction for the school district through the establishment of policies and by taking other official actions.

Votes on all motions and resolutions will be by “ayes” and “nays.” No secret ballots will be used.

At the discretion of the president or on the request of a member, a show of hand vote will be made and the vote of members will be recorded. Any member may request a roll call vote.

Voting Method Option 2:

As the elected officials responsible for the governance of the school district, the board sets the direction for the school district through the establishment of policies and by taking other official actions.

It is the intent of the board that motions be carried by a majority of members elect. In the event, however, that board members must abstain from voting due to conflict of interest, board action may be taken if it is approved by the majority of members voting.

Votes on all motions and resolutions will be by “ayes” and “nays.” No secret ballots will be used.

At the discretion of the president or on the request of a member, a show of hand vote will be made and the vote of members will be recorded. Any member may request a roll call vote.