Board Meeting Times and Agendas
D.C. Everest Area School District School Board Meeting Agendas are posted online with BoardBook. BoardBook is a web-based software application that electronically streamlines the preparation of board agenda packets and builds a searchable archive of meeting agenda packets and approved minutes. It opens the door to electronic distribution of meeting materials, to web posting of finished documents and, ultimately, to paperless meetings.
The Board meets at the Middle School Village Theater at 9302 Schofield Ave., Weston, WI.
Welcome to a School Board Meeting
D.C. Everest Area School District School Board holds regular meetings on the third Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the Village Theater of the D.C. Everest Middle School, 9302 Schofield Ave., Weston.
Special meetings and/or a change in meeting location are posted with due notice outside the Administration Building and on the District website. Local news media and municipalities are also notified of all meetings.
The public is invited to attend all regular and special meetings of the School Board. Masking and social distancing are required in all D.C. Everest facilities.
Order of Business
Call to Order
Pledge of Allegiance
Approval of Agenda
Hearing of Delegations
Petitions and Communications
Calendar of Future Committee and Board Meetings
The School Board
Wisconsin Statute 120.01 provides that a common school district operating elementary and high school grades may have seven (7) school board members. Members terms are three (3) years. Members elected at the spring election take office on the fourth Monday in April.
The Superintendent of Schools
The Superintendent of Schools is the chief executive officer of the D.C. Everest Area School District. The Superintendent is appointed by and is directly responsible to the School Board for the discharge of her responsibilities.
Addressing the School Board
Meetings of the School Board are held in public for the purpose of conducting the School District's business. There is a time for public participation during School Board meetings as indicated in the agenda. If you wish to address the School Board, please contact Ellen Suckow, Secretary to the Superintendent and School Board, at (715) 359-4221, ext. 1220, prior to the meeting for more information.
School Board Policies
New district policies were adopted on May 25, 2016.Administration is in the process of reviewing all D.C. Everest Administrative Guidelines. Administrative guidelines explain in further detail how a policy will be implemented. As the guidelines are adopted by Administration, they will be posted on the same site as the policies at the above link.To find the Administrative Guidelines at the link above, please use the pull-down arrow next to "Book: Policy Manual" and select "Administrative Guidelines" in the menu.
School Board Goals
Great Place to Learn
Develop young readers, thinkers and problem solvers. Ensure that each elementary student meets or exceeds expected literacy and math growth.
Portrait of a Grad
Develop pathways that connect D.C. Everest students with the world. Provide opportunities for every D.C. Everest student to graduate with meaningful academic, service and community-based experiences.
Great Place to Work
Create and implement flexible compensation that values the unique circumstance of each employee.
Enhance and integrate a goal-aligned professional learning system that is choice-driven for every employee.
Incrementally shift resources to support inclusive, innovative learning opportunities while establishing a stable tax levy rate.
Diversity and Inclusion
Attract and retain a diverse group of individuals to better reflect our community and student body, and foster an inclusive environment for all learners and employees.
Community Learning Center
Create a vision and execution plan for an Early Evergreens Academy in collaboration with the community.
Equity, Innovation and Mental Wellbeing - Each of the D.C. Everest Area School District's goals is designed to promote equity, innovation and mental wellbeing. Our aim is to foster a culture that provides each individual with the tools and opportunities needed to succeed now and into the future, and which prioritizes the social, emotional, and mental wellbeing of our
students and staff.