Board of Trustees
Boulder Valley Waldorf School is an independent not-for-profit independent school governed by a self-perpetuating Board of Trustees. The Board of Trustees is responsible for the overall governance of the school, to include oversight of the School Director and responsibility for financial stability and long-term health of our school.
The Board currently meets periodically to deliberate over such topics as budget, fundraising, tuition, strategic planning and a healthy community life. The first 15 minutes of each board meeting is open to the BVWS community for public comment. In general, the community comment time in Board meetings is only included on the agenda if someone has requested it. Please let Daniel Hindes, School Director, know if you would like to comment at a given meeting, and it will be reflected on the agenda for that meeting.
The Board works collaboratively with the College of Teachers and the School Director to lead the school. The Board consists of up to nine community members, up to three College of Teachers members, and the School Director. Service on the Board is by invitation only. The Board of Trustees of Boulder Valley Waldorf School strives to uphold the NAIS (National Association of Independent Schools) “Principles of Good Practice” for Board of Trustees operations.
Please contact Mikala Beig, Board Chair, with any questions at BoardofTrustees@bvwaldorf.org