About the Board
The Board of Education establishes policy and adopts regulations for the
conduct of the school district. It is the community's elected body. In
the Babylon School District, Trustees are elected by district voters for
one three-year term. Each year, one or more seats come up for election
during the annual district vote on the third Tuesday in May. There are
seven members on the Babylon Board.
School board members in New York, even though sitting on a local board,
serve as state officials, joining over 5,000 other men and women in
guiding a statewide school system that services more than three million
children. One of their most important duties is to set goals and
establish policy for the district. Board members receive no pay for
their service, but have the satisfaction of knowing that they are
performing an indispensable public service.
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