The Savoy ISD Board of Trustees has adopted the following as the Mission Statement of the District:
The purpose of Savoy ISD is to prepare today’s students for tomorrow’s world. The Savoy Schools will instill pride in its students and will provide the educational opportunities to prepare the students to function as productive, responsible adults by providing an academic setting where the students will be challenged to excel both mentally and physically.
Savoy ISD is fully accredited by the Texas Education Agency. The district covers approximately 51 square miles and is located in western Fannin County.
Texas law grants the board of trustees the power to govern and oversee the management of the district’s schools. The board is the policy-making body within the district and has overall responsibility for the curriculum, school taxes, annual budget, employment of the superintendent and other professional staff, and facilities. The board has complete and final control over school matters within limits established by state and federal laws and regulations.
The board of trustees is elected by the citizens of the district to represent the community’s commitment to a strong educational program for the district’s children. Board members are elected at large and serve 3-year terms. Board members serve without compensation, must be qualified voters, and must reside in the district.
The board usually meets on the second Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Savoy ISD administration office Board Room of 302 W. Hayes and is subject to change. In the event that large attendance is anticipated, the board may meet at the high school cafeteria. Special meetings may be called when necessary. A written notice of regular and special meetings will be posted on the front window of the administration office at least 72 hours before the scheduled meeting time. The written notice will show the date, time, place, and subjects of each meeting. In emergencies, a meeting may be held with a one-hour notice.
All meetings are open to the public. In certain circumstances, Texas law permits the board to go into a closed session from which the public and others are excluded. Closed sessions may occur for such things as discussing prospective gifts or donations, real-property acquisition, certain personnel matters including employee complaints, security matters, student discipline, or consulting with attorneys regarding pending litigation.