Educating All Students for Success

  • group of 7 adults at entrance to buildingThe Board of Trustees is the official policy-making body of the Waxahachie Independent School District.  In carrying out the task of setting policy, the board identifies needs and establishes priorities for the school system, allocates financial and human resources among the priority areas, and evaluates school performance.

     

    The Board of Trustees consists of seven members elected to serve, without compensation, for staggered terms of three years each. Operating within the legal parameters of the state and federal constitutions, statutes, courts, and administrative agencies, the board is charged with the responsibility of providing the finest educational program possible for the students in the district. School trustees make all final decisions regarding school district priorities, policies, personnel, textbooks, expenditures, and growth management. Trustees adopt a budget that is necessary to maintain and operate the schools and submit bond issues to the citizens of the district to finance construction projects.  Additionally, the board employs and evaluates the superintendent of schools.