Upper Darby School District Board of School Directors
The Upper Darby School District is governed by a nine-member School Board of Directors. The Superintendent of Schools serves as a tenth member of the Board as a non-voting member. Each of the nine board members is a volunteer who is elected to office and resides in the Upper Darby School District. School Board Directors are elected at municipal elections on odd-numbered years to serve four-year terms beginning on the first Monday in December following the election. Serving as a School Board Director requires many dedicated hours of service to our community. School Board Directors do not receive any compensation. Board Member profiles can be found on the Upper Darby School District website.The school board's primary responsibilities are to:
- Set a vision and goals for the District
- Adopt policies that give the District administration direction to set priorities and achieve its goals
- Hire and evaluate the Superintendent
- Adopt and oversee the annual budget
- Advocate on behalf of public education
The School Board typically meets on the second Tuesday of each month to conduct Board business at 7:30 PM in the Upper Darby High School Board Room. The School Board typically meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:00 PM in the Upper Darby High School Board Room for Committee Meetings of the Education and Pupil Services Committee and the Finance and Operations Committee. The complete meeting schedule for each calendar year can be found on the Upper Darby School District Website. The public is invited to attend all School Board Meetings and School Board Committee Meetings.
Agenda items for each School Board Meeting and School Board Committee Meeting are available for public review beginning the day before each meeting. The agendas are posted to Board Docs, which is accessible through the Upper Darby School District Website.
All correspondence for School Board members may be directed to udsdschoolboard@upperdarbysd.
org. Please provide your name and contact information in your correspondence.