• What it Means to be a Board Member

    The Duval County School Board consists of 7 members elected by their constituents. They are the official policy-making body for all education related issues for the Duval County Public School System.
     

    Salary

    Board Member salaries are governed by Florida Statute 1001.395.  Below is the section of our Policy Handbook which addresses this issue.

    SALARY OF SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS 2.24

    As provided by section 1001.395, Florda Statutes, the annual salaries of the Board Members shall be determined or adjusted as provided by law.

    STATUTORY AUTHORITY: CHAPTER 145, 1001.41, F.S.
    LAW(S) IMPLEMENTED: CHAPTER 145, 1001.395, F.S.
    HISTORY: ADOPTED: MARCH 1, 2005
    REVISION DATE(S): NOVEMBER 10, 2008; OCTOBER 5, 2010; NOVEMBER 1, 2011
    FORMERLY: BDA

    Time Commitment

    Board Members attend:

    • Regular monthly Board Meetings

    • Workshops

    • State and national conferences

    • Visit schools throughout the District

    • Various local civic functions

    • Serve on Board subcommittees

    • Serve in a quasi-judical capacity on such items as grievences, expulsions and employee discipline.

    • Meetings and functions conducted by organizations throughout the City such as the Chamber of Commerce, Value Adjustment Board, District PTA, District Advisory Council, Joint Planning Commission, School Health Advisory Council, Florida School Board Association, National School Boards Associations, etc.

    Current Board Terms

    District 1 – The Honorable Cheryl Grymes – November 2012 – November 2020
    District 2 – The Honorable Scott Shine  – November 2014 - November 2018
    District 3 – The Honorable Ashley Smith Juarez – November 2012 – November 2020
    District 4 – The Honorable Paula D. Wright – November 2014 – November 2018
    District 5 – The Honorable Warren Jones – November 2016 – November 2020
    District 6 – The Honorable Becki Couch – November 2014 - November 2018
    District 7 – The Honorable Lori Hershey - November 2016 - November 2020

    All terms are for 4 years. 

    Please contact the Duval County Elections Office for information on how to run for the School Board.