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District Office: 89 Midland Drive | Norwich, NY 13815 | P: 607.334.1600 | F: 607.336.8652
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NCSD Board of Education
The Board of Education of the Norwich City School District consists of seven unpaid members elected to three-year terms of office by residents of the District. Within rules, laws and regulations set down by state and federal governments, the Board of Education functions as a legislative body responsible for governing education within the District. The Board meets once monthly at the Norwich City School District Offices located at 89 Midland Drive, Norwich, New York. 

District residents are welcome to attend both the regular and special Board of Education meetings. In addition, work sessions will continue to be open to the public this year for a more informal discussion during the 2020-2021 school year. Depending on circumstances during the COVID-19 pandemic, meetings may be held in person, online via Zoom, or both. Zoom links will be provided prior to each meeting on the NCSD website, on this BOE webpage (below) and our social media. 

Virtual Meeting Information

Updated:  The BOE will hold the next meeting on Monday, May 10, at 6pm.  The meeting will be held virtually on Zoom.  

ZOOM LINK:  May 10 BOE Meeting 

Prior to future work sessions and meetings, NCSD will post a reminder on both the school's homepage newsfeed and on social media. Virtual meetings held online may require a Zoom link; the link will be available on this BOE page to join and on our NCSD Facebook page.  Any special meeting additions to the calendar will be communicated to the public as above, both on our social media and the NCSD website. 
School Board Members 2020-2021
Brian Reid

Vice President:
Jamie Maistros 

Brian Burton
Roz DeRensis 
Kiernan Hamilton 
John Williams 
Christopher Olds
Board Goals

BOE Goals for 2019-2020

1.   Support the transition of the superintendent by working together to achieve common goals, and drive strategic priorities for the school district keeping the best interests of the students, staff and community in the forefront. 
2.   Enhance communication with the staff and community, building trust and re-establishing a sense of common direction and purpose. 
3.   Create sound financial plans that address short term concerns as well as setup long term stability, while building back the fund balance to appropriate levels and improving the overall fiscal health of the district. 
Board Policy
Helpful Links
Smart Schools Initiative
Smart School Bond Act
2020-21 Events
Board Meetings
BOE Work Session
Wed Jun 16 2021
2020-2021 Agendas & Minutes
Archived BOE Minutes
Norwich City School District
District Office: 89 Midland Drive  | Norwich, NY 13815
P: 607.334.1600  |  F: 607.336.8652

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