School Board Election Information

The Board of Education is comprised of nine volunteer members from the community who are elected by District voters for five-year terms. Public meetings are held once monthly. The Board encourages community participation and support for the schools.

Members of the Taconic Hills Central School District Board of Education are elected by voters to establish policy and set direction for the administration of the school district. New York State Education Law does not limit the number of terms of office a member may serve. Board members receive no salaries or other compensation. 

Alexsis Miller

District Clerk


About our School District


The Taconic Hills Central School District’s Board of Education has established that it is the mission of the District “To be a center of learning for students and community alike, by using 21st century tools and providing opportunities to motivate, engage, and encourage individuals to rise to their full potential as contributing members of society.”


The school district has approximately 1,040 students enrolled in two different schools, which include a PreK – 6 Elementary, and a 7 – 12 Junior/Senior High School. Our School district provides a public school education and a common link for the ten towns that comprise the nearly 250 square miles that comprise our district.

Frequently asked Questions about Running for School Board

Running for the School Board  |  Spanish Version 
A downloadable PDF brochure produced by the New York State School Boards Association that provides an overview of the process of running for school board.