As Clover Garden School Board members, we recognize the importance of our actions and decisions as they reflect directly upon each of us, each teacher, each staff person, each student, and the community as a whole. In our leadership roles, we are charged with the ethical principles that guide our work to uphold the highest standards of education for the students at Clover Garden School.
Ethical dilemmas occur when values are in conflict. The Clover Garden School Board member Code of Ethics states the values to which we are committed and embodies the ethical responsibilities charged to each member in the ever-changing atmosphere of the school environment.
By our governance, we significantly influence or control the finances, studies, and direction of the school. We are grounded in an educational system aimed directly at furthering the educational experiences for children which is not offered in the traditional school system. To this end, we are obligated to ensure that we are held to the highest ethical standards in order to preserve the reputation and education experiences of Clover Garden School for future generations.
Role of the Board:
We are entrusted to care for the current school, and stay focused on the vision for the future school. No Unity, No Trust, No Progress!
Meetings are open to faculty, staff, parents and students. Please join us.
Christopher T. Dunnagan – Board Chairman
Chad Huffines – Vice Chairman
Brett Brooks – Secretary
Cathy June – Treasurer
Travis Hackney – Parent Elected Member
Scotia Saunders – Parent Elected Member
Lynn Foster – Community Member
Board of Directors Meetings take place on the second Tuesday of every month at 6:30 pm in the Conference Room located in Building Two; see
The following Board of Director’s documents are available for viewing in the Finance and Human Resources Director’s Office, Room 101, in Building Two at Clover Garden School: Meeting Minutes, Budget, Policies and Procedures Manual, 941 Report, NC-5 Report, tax returns, 501c3, financial statements, Conflict of Interest Policy, and 990 Tax Return.
Board of Director’s Meetings follow a general agenda/outline and have expectations for participant decorum. The BOD Meeting Structure document show below discusses both meeting structure and decorum expectations. Please take a moment to review.
August 13, 2019
September 10, 2019
October 15, 2019
November 12, 2019
December 5, 2019 (off site)
January 14, 2020
February 11, 2020
March 10, 2020
April 14, 2020
May 12, 2020
June (off site)
Contact the Board
To reach out to our Board of Directors with a suggestion, concern, question or to point out something you love about CGS please use the form below.