Lindsay ISD Board of Trustees
- Chad Fleitman – President – 2022*
- Brian Manhart – Vice President – 2023*
- Bridget Anderle – Secretary – 2023*
- Corey Anderle – Member – 2024*
- Chris Garner – Member – 2024*
- Brian Neu – Member – 2022*
- Kelly Zwinggi – Member – 2023*
* Denotes the year term of office expires
Deadline to File for Place on the Ballot
Lindsay ISD has posted the official Deadline to file for a Place on the Ballot document for the May 2022 election. See it here.
Trustees Honored at School Board Appreciation Month
The Lindsay ISD Board of Trustees were honored at the January 27 meeting as a part of School Board Appreciation Month. Members watched a video that was prepared by Ms. Shue’s art and music students, and they viewed an interesting display that was created by these students. Pictured are Brian Neu, Brian Manhart, Chad Fleitman, Chris Garner, and Corey Anderle. Board members Bridget Anderle and Kelly Zwinggi attended this meeting virtually. Thanks to Steve Snyder for the photo.
Meeting Schedules, Agendas & Minutes...
- Regular meetings of the Lindsay ISD Board of Trustees are open to the public and are scheduled for 6:00 p.m. the third Monday of the month in the library of Lindsay High School, 625 Knight Drive, Lindsay. When necessary, a regular meeting date may be changed or a special meeting may be called. In either case, a notice of the change is posted on the outside bulletin board of the Administration Office at least 72 hours in advance and on the school website: www.lindsayisd.org
- In accordance with the Texas Open Meetings Act, the Board has the right to meet privately in a closed meeting to discuss matters related to personnel, student discipline, security, land acquisition or to consult with the district's attorney. However, no action may be taken in closed session. The Board is required by law to reconvene in open session to take action.
- Lindsay ISD Board meeting notices and minutes can be found at the following link:
Board Meeting Notices, Agendas, and Minutes (Boardbook)
Lindsay ISD Board Policy Manual
Board Member Training...
- Click on the link below for an overview of training hours required of all school board members per Texas Education Code 11.159, Chapter 61, Subchapter A
- CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE FOR LINDSAY ISD BOARD MEMBERS
- The Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) Online Learning Center has a number of training courses available. For more information, click here.
- Board Members: contact the Superintendent's office for other training opportunities available or if you need help with the TASB online training login.
Frequently Asked Questions…
- Q: What is the role of the School Board?
- A: The Lindsay ISD Board of Trustees is a seven member elected panel that serves as the district's policy making body. Although the Board is comprised of individuals, it is a body corporate. Members can perform no valid act except as a body at meetings properly convened and conducted. Some of the duties specifically assigned to the school board are:
- Govern and oversee management
- Adopt a policy to establish a planning process
- Levy and collect taxes and issue bond
- Adopt and file a budget
- Have fiscal accounts audited
- Publish an annual performance report
- Acquire and authorize sale of property
- Adopt a policy providing for employment and duties of personnel
- Hire and evaluate the superintendent
- Board members elected serve a 3 year term. School Board elections take place each year in May.
- Q: Who can attend school board meetings?
- A: Citizens are welcomed and encouraged to attend all school board meetings. Public participation at a board meeting is limited to the public comment portion of the meeting and public hearing agenda items. "At all other times during the Board meeting, the audience shall not enter into discussion or debate on matters being considered by the Board, unless requested by the presiding officer." (Lindsay ISD Board Policy BED LOCAL)
- Citizens may request to speak before the Board in open forum by registering with the Superintendent's Secretary before the meeting begins. Those addressing the Board will be limited to five minutes. Any group of five or more persons must appoint one person to present the group's views to the Board. The Board is not permitted to discuss or act upon any issues that are not posted on the meeting's agenda.
Board Operating Procedures