Responsibilities And Accountability

Each School Board Commissioner is the liaison to a number of schools within the district. According to the district’s website, “The Board liaisons visit their assigned schools periodically and serve as advocates to the full Board on behalf of those schools.”

President Malik Evans is Board Liaison to:
Wilson Commencement Academy
Wilson Foundation Academy
Rochester Early College High School
Preschool-Parent Program, and
Schools 4, 8, 20, 42, 43

Vice-President Jose Cruz is Board Liaison to:
Edison Campus
Robert Brown High School
Rochester STEM High School
Marshall High School, and
Schools No. 7, 15, 23, 34, 35, and 39

Most recently elected member Mary Adams is Board Liaison to:
Dr. Freddie Thomas High School
Native American Resource Center
Northeast College Preparatory High School
Northwest College Preparatory High School, and
Schools 25, 28, 30, 45, 46

Commissioner Melisza Campos is Board Liaison to:
East High School
Family Learning Center, and
Schools 1, 5, 9, 12, 17, 22

Commissioner Cynthia Elliott is Board Liaison to:
Charlotte High School
School Without Walls Commencement & Foundation Academies
Nathaniel Rochester Community School
Young Mothers & Interim Health Academy, and
Schools 2, 10, 58

Commissioner Willa Powell is Board Liaison to:
School of the Arts
Jefferson High School
Schools 6, 16, 29, 33, 44, 52, and
Florence Brown Pre-K Center

Commissioner Van White is Board Liaison to:
Franklin Campus
Vanguard Collegiate High School
Integrated Arts & Technology High School
Monroe High School
Youth and Justice Program, and
Schools 19, 36, 41, 50, 54, 57

How many of these school have been visited periodically by their Board liaison in the last four years?

How often have the Board liaisons met with the school community to discuss policies and Resolutions that come before the board prior to those resolutions being voted for or against?

Was the recently instituted “Master Schedule” brought to the school communities by their Board liaisons for proper vetting?

It is difficult to hold others accountable for a highly qualified performance when the elected leadership of the district is not being held accountable for the same highly qualified performance.

Our children deserve to have excellence as a role model from every adult within the system of education.

We cannot expect their best if we do not demand our best from ourselves.

Success is a learned behavior.

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