The next meeting of the Board of Education will take place Monday, June 10, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. in the Frog Pond Elementary School multi-purpose room.
2019 Board of Education Members
From Left to Right: Mr. Moncrief, Mr. Bellone, Mrs. Giannuzzi, Dr. McCooley, Dr. Gross,
Mr. Daleo, Mrs. Palen, Mr. Brown, and Mr. Zimmerman
The Little Egg Harbor School District Board of Education was recognized as being a Master Board by New Jersey School Boards!
Interested in becoming a member of the Board of Education?
Please click on the link below for information from New Jersey School Boards Association. New Jersey's 5,000 volunteer school board members govern the education of approximately 1.4 million public school students. No other public officials—elected or appointed—have as great an impact on the lives of our children.
OPRA Request Form
LEHBOE Resolution Doctrine of Necessity May 2018.pdf
A message from the Little Egg Harbor School District Board of Education:
The Little Egg Harbor Board of Education is an elected seven-member body comprised of township residents. The role of the Board of is to establish policies and administrative procedures for the school district’s daily operation and conduct the business of the school district. Board members make important decisions that affect not only our educational programs but the school facilities as well.
In addition to the elected Board of Education members, the Superintendent, Board Secretary and Board Attorney are also part of the Board of Education. They are non-voting, advisory members, who provide professional input so that the Board can make informed decisions.
The meeting schedule for the current school year is noted below. All meetings are open to the public. Public session begins at 6:00 p.m.
The district publishes its yearly and special meeting announcements in the Asbury Park Press, the Press of Atlantic City, the Manahawkin Newspapers and the Sandpaper. Minutes of all Board Meetings are on file in the Board of Education Office located in the Joanne C. Burd Administration Building next to the Frog Pond Elementary School.
In addition to the public portion of the Board Meeting, the Board may at any time meet in executive session to discuss matters defined as confidential under the Sunshine Law. Such discussions include personnel, negotiations and litigation.
The Board of Education recognizes the value of public comment on educational issues and the importance of allowing members of the public to express themselves on school matters of community interest. Board Bylaw No. 0164 governs public participation at BOE meetings.
Board President Robert Moncrief and Vice President John Bellone