North Kitsap School Board
We want to hear from you
Kitsap School Board encourages the public to take an active part in the
educational affairs of the district and extends an invitation to the
community to attend school board meetings.
All board meetings are open to the public, with the exception of
executive sessions where personnel, property acquisition or sales, and
collective bargaining matters are discussed.
board meetings begin at 6:00 p.m. in the Board Room of the District
Office (18360 Caldart Ave. NE, Poulsbo). If an executive session is
needed, it is typically held either before or at the end of the meeting.
The board also holds study sessions as needed. These will be announced
on the district website and to local media as they are scheduled. Verification
of the meeting date, time, and the agenda can be obtained by calling
the Superintendent's Office at (360) 396-3001.
The North Kitsap School District is made up of five director districts, with one director from each district serving on the Board. Click here
for the legal description of the boundaries for each director
district. Board members are elected through school-district-wide
elections and represent all constituents within the boundaries of the
North Kitsap School District.
Individual board members can be contacted using the emails below. Please note
that emails regarding any school district subject are considered public
records. Written communication to the board or superintendent may also
be sent to North Kitsap School District, 18360 Caldart Ave. NE, Poulsbo,
About the Board
Kitsap School District Board of Directors is a local board, established
by the Washington State Legislature. Although each of the five members
comes from a different geographical area in the district, all board
members are elected by all North Kitsap voters. Board members serve
staggered four year-term. They may run for re-election for successive
Board elects officers (president, vice-president and legislative
representative) on an annual basis. North Kitsap School Board members
currently serve without pay.
The legal responsibilities of the Board are to:
establish general policy for the school district
adopt and revise the annual operating budget
select and evaluate the Superintendent
employ school personnel upon the recommendation of the Superintendent
exercise the power to administer schools conferred by the state legislature
keep the public informed on the needs and progress of the education system
School Board employs a professional team of administrators, teachers,
and classified staff to carry out the day-to-day functions of the