The BCCHS Governing Board is responsible for providing oversight to the overall operation, management, finances and health of the educational organization. The Board includes nine community members, 4 UTLA Bargaining Unit Members, 1 Classified Employee Union (CEU) member, and 1 parent. The Student Body President also sits on the Board in an advisory capacity.
Through regular communication, meetings and school events and in compliance with all applicable laws including the Brown Act, the Governing Board remains abreast of issues concerning operations, legal and fiscal compliance requirements, academic progress, employment, contract and facilities issues affectingthe students, employees and community stakeholders at BCCHS.
The Governing Board creates and enforce policies that serve the needs and requirements of the school plant and organization. They listen to informational items, including public comment from stakeholders, identify areas of need and growth, celebrate achievements, and provide guidance and insight in their areas of expertise to guide the continued progress of the school educational program.