Board of Education


Board of Education 2018

Front row (left to right):  Julie Batey, Linda Kramer (Vice Pres.), Jody McDougal (President).  Back row (left to right):  Amanda Gordon, Gary McComas.


Mental Health Committee

December 18, 2018 Meeting Agenda

November 28, 2018 Meeting Minutes

Summary of November 28, 2018 Meeting

District School Counselor Recommendation for More Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Support

Options of Support

Board Meetings

The 2019 Board of Education regular meeting schedule will be set at the January 8 organizational meeting.  Once established, meeting dates will be posted to this web page.

Note:  Board of Education meetings may be viewed on demand at .  Select School Board from the drop-down list.  It is also shown in rotation on WCTV, channel 16.


Link to Board of Education Bylaws and Policies

Selecting the link above will direct you to the current Board of Education bylaws and policies. As revisions are made to the policies and guidelines, they are submitted to our policy production company, Neola, for processing.  As Neola processes our revisions, the policies and administrative guidelines are not accurate on our Neola website (link above).  Until the revisions are posted to our Neola website, you can view them by clicking here.


Board of Education Handbook

The Wadsworth City Schools Board of Education has developed a handbook, which you may download here.


Mission Statement

The mission of the Wadsworth City Schools, in cooperation with families, school personnel, and community, is to provide an education in a safe environment that will enable all students to reach their highest potential.


Belief Statements

  • We believe that all students have a right to an education that provides an opportunity to reach their highest potential in an ever-changing global community.
  • We believe that each student's education should lead to responsible citizenship and a productive, meaningful life.
  • We believe that education should be conducted in a safe environment -- mentally, physically, emotionally, and socially.
  • We believe families, school personnel, and the community should accept
    joint responsibility for the educational needs of students.
  • We believe that our schools should provide the best possible resources to meet student needs.

Board Members