Board of Ed.


The Dryden Central School District has a nine-member Board of Education. The School Board are elected by the people of the district as the legal body that establishes educational policies and sets goals and objectives for the district. These policies and goals are carried out  by the superintendent and staff. Terms are for three years and overlap to ensure continuity of Board leadership. School Board members receive no pay for their public service. The School Board is accountable to you, the Dryden School community and to the state and federal governments. The Superintendent of Schools is the chief executive officer of the District. It is their responsibility to advise board members on all matters, to execute policies and decisions made by the Board and to operate the district so that all students receive an excellent education.

Upcoming Meetings:
Our Board of Education Agendas, Resolutions and Minutes are now on AgendaManager.

The DCSD BOE will be holding an additional meeting on Monday, June 15, 2020 at 6:30 PM, executive session only.

Please visit our Budget page to view budget-related documents.

Pursuant to Governor Cuomo's Executive Order 202.1, during the school closure, all BOE meetings will be held in Room F-3 of the Dryden High School.  The general public is not allowed to physically attend the meeting location.  The meetings will be video recorded by Google Meet and posted to the archives tab on the BOE page of the DCSD website.  The meetings will also be audio recorded and available by request.  Any questions or comments that a member of the public has on an agenda item, should be submitted to the Board of Education via email within one week of the meeting date:

Email Us
You can contact the
Board of Education
using our email address:

(This email list includes
all board members, superintendent,
and district clerk)

Past Meeting Board Briefs

6.22.2020 Board Briefs