While the board at Tift County Schools functioned well, Superintendent Adam Hathaway knew there were areas where they could work more efficiently. As a Simbli user in his former superintendent position at a smaller school district, he introduced the platform to his staff at Tift County. Two years in, they’ve seen a positive difference in their strategic planning, policy management and meetings processes.
When the Boise School District was considering whether or not a board management solution would be right for them, a Simbli demo gave them their answer. Sharon Mast, Clerk of the Board, explains why Simbli stood out.
Facing shrinking budgets and a dire need to ‘accomplish more with less,’ Forsyth County Schools, GA sought to adopt a board management software application to help them bring their meetings online. What they found in Simbli far exceeded their expectations.
Experiencing what the school district referred to as ‘SPOTS’ (strategic plans on the shelf), Carroll County Schools turned to eBOARDsolutions to help them streamline strategic plan development and ultimately improve transparency and accountability.
Seeking a one-stop-shop for all their board governance needs, Barrow County Schools turned to Simbli’s ‘Core Four’ to manage meetings, strategic planning, board policies, and performance evaluations for the school district.
Laser-focused on sustained excellence and continuous improvement, Oconee County Schools chose Simbli to help them align their board evaluations and self-assessments to the work of the district, and to meet the standards of accreditation.
Grandview Board of Education and Grandview C-4 School District have used the interconnectivity of Simbli’s Meetings, Policies, Plans and Evaluations software to enhance the effectiveness of the school district and impact student achievement.
Selecting the right board management software for your organization can be a challenge. View our board management buyer’s guide for helpful tips and strategies to help you navigate the selection process, including criteria for reviewing and assessing the most crucial elements of the platform.
Taking effective meeting minutes is an important aspect of board management. Not only do minutes provide a historical account of board actions, they help to measure progress against your strategic plan, drive accountability, and can be used as legal protection if necessary.
School Boards and superintendents can best achieve their goals by discussing questions around strategic planning, student achievement, accountability and…