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203.2 Board of Directors’ Conflict of Interest

Members or officers of the Board shall not use their position with the District to place themselves in a more favored position to purchase anything for personal benefit.

No member of the Board shall have an interest, direct or indirect, in a contract for the purchase of goods, including materials and profits, or the performance of services for the District. A member of the Board may not:

1.     Receive direct compensation from the District unless the Board member receives

        less than $20,000 per fiscal year or receives the compensation through a contract

        competitively bid in writing, publicly invited and open.

2.     Act as an agent for a school textbook or school supply company doing business with

             the District during the Board member’s term of office.

    3.     Be a statewide elected official or a state legislator.

    4.     Engage in outside employment or activity that is in conflict with the Board

                    member’s duties and responsibilities.

No member of the Board or their families may accept any gratuities, financial or otherwise, from any supplier of materials or services to the District.


Approved: 11/14/67

Reviewed: 2/11/13; 1/14/19

Revised: 8/13/12; 8/10/20; 8/8/22