Bedford County Schools
500 Madison Street
Shelbyville, TN 37160
School Board Information
Bedford County Board of Education Members & Staff Attend TSBA South Central Fall District Meeting
Local boards of education learned about the changing landscape of education advocacy, heard updates on education legislation, and were provided with an update on student First Amendment issues and Limited Public Forums at the Tennessee School Boards Association’s (TSBA) South Central Fall District Meeting, held September 11 at Marshall County High School. The evening also consisted of board members earning honors for their professional development activities. Several Bedford County board members earned TSBA Boardsmanship Awards in 2014 including Michael Cook, Level I ; John Boutwell – Level II ; Dr. Andrea Anderson & Chad Graham – Level IV. The Bedford County Board also had 100% attendance at the event.
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The regular December monthly School Board meeting will be held Tuesday, January 20, 2015, at 5:30 P.M. in the board room of the Central Office.
The Bedford County Board of Education, per policy, meets on the third Tuesday of each month in a regular session at 5:30 pm in the Central Office Building Board Room located at 500 Madison Street, unless otherwise indicated. All meetings are open to the public. If any accommodations are needed for individuals with disabilities who wish to be present at the meeting, please contact Suzanne Alexander at 931-684-3284, ext. 2220 or by writing her c/o Bedford County Board of Education at 500 Madison Street Shelbyville, TN 37160. Requests should be made as soon as possible but at least one week prior to the scheduled meeting in order to provide for such needed aid or service.
Mission Statement: The mission of the Bedford County Department of Education is to provide an environment that enables each student to learn and to become a good citizen.
Members of the Board of Education are residents of and elected on a non-partisan basis from nine county districts for a four-year term. All Powers of the Board of Education lie in its action as a group; individual members exercise their authority over school system affairs only as they vote to take action at an official meeting.
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