About the Board
The Board of Education is composed of seven members who serve three-year terms. Members are elected by residents in the community to establish policy and direct the administration of the district’s schools. As your representatives, the board exercises the community’s rights to citizen control over public education.
Every Board of Education in the State of New York has legal and financial control over local school matters, subject only to limitations imposed by the United States Constitution, Federal Law, State Law, regulations of the Commissioner of Education, and, of course, the will of local residents as expressed in local elections.
Watch board meetings
Visit the Board Meetings webpage for information about specific meetings. Board meetings are held in Joe Bena Auditorium unless otherwise noted.
Prior to the pandemic, school board meetings were videotaped by Schopeg and televised on Spectrum Cable Channel 18. Visit the Schopeg website to learn more.
Board meeting agendas, materials and minutes – go to webpage
Meeting agendas, materials and minutes are posted on BoardDocs
Becoming a candidate for the Board of Education
To run for a seat on the Board of Education, candidates must be 18 years of age or older and a resident of the Duanesburg Central School District for a period of one year prior to the annual school budget vote and Board election. Questions may be directed to District Clerk Celeste Junge at firstname.lastname@example.org.