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Athlos Academy of Utah is governed by a dedicated board comprised of parents and community members. The board is responsible for developing, implementing, and assessing policy; instituting sound employee relations; conducting open meetings; recognizing and conforming to the legal mandates imposed by state and federal laws; and governing within the limits of the delegation of state authority as a non-profit and public school board.
Additionally, the board has an obligation to assess its successes and challenges, inform the public of all deliberations and decisions, promote accountability, avoid abuse of power, enhance public understanding of its mission, conform to standards of ethical behavior, provide a framework for setting goals, and develop strategic plans for the accomplishment of those goals.
Athlos Academy of Utah’s Board of Directors is looking for new board members.
If you are interested in serving your community in this way, please send a completed application linked below to Governance Coordinator Jill Turgeon at email@example.com by May 15, 2020. We encourage all to apply.
Serving as a board member is a volunteer position that takes 5-10 hours of time per month which includes the monthly board and committee meetings. As a board member, you will have the unique opportunity to help steer school finances, policies, and initiatives in ways you are passionate about.
Come bring your individual perspective and background to the table – we want your voice!
The governing board holds regular board meetings on the third Wednesday of each month. Unless otherwise noted, the meetings are held at:
Athlos Academy of Utah
12309 South Mustang Trail Way
Herriman, UT 84096
All meeting dates and times subject to change
Athlos Academy of Utah utilizes its LAND Trust money to support the implementation of its cutting-edge athletic curriculum. This curriculum, aligned to the Utah Physical Education Standards, was created with long-term athletic development in mind and was carefully crafted based on proven science and research. The Athlos athletic curriculum and Healthy Body program support student academic achievement. LAND Trust funds allow AAU to hire experienced coaches to support the implementation of this unique program and to improve health and learning in our school.
For School LAND Trust meeting dates, visit the board meeting calendar.