School Board Election 2022
The school board makes a number of decisions that are of great importance for your children's schooling, and you can all play an important part.
Below you will find information on:
- The call for nominations
- Who can vote
- The rules and timeline.
The rules and timeline
- The election is overseen by the Electoral Board which is chaired by City Councillor Merete Meyer
- The outline for election process and the call for nominations are to take place before the parents at the school board’s annual general meeting
- All nominees meet on the 4th May to see if they could form a school board through a ‘peaceful election’. A peaceful election is when the nominees agree on who sits on the board and who are substitutes. An agreement was reached among the nominees.
- Parent voting is no longer necessary.
16th March: School board’s Annual General Meeting/call for nomination open
1 - 22 April: School board electoral roll can be checked at the school office
22 April: Nominations for the school board and electoral roll closes
25 Apri: Nomination list and description one-pagers shared on Aula and school website
4 May: Peaceful election
13 - 17 June: Voting period (if required) 20 June: Results announced 1 August: New school board established
Everyone plays an important part and your participation is encouraged.
Current School Board
Below are the agenda and minutes from School Board meetings.
9th September 2021 (pdf)
6th October 2021 (pdf)
3rd November 2021 (pdf)
8th December 2021 (pdf)
2nd February 2022 (pdf)
16th March 2022 AGM (pdf)
4th May 2022 (pdf)
1st June 2022 (pdf)