GOVERNANCE

The charter under which a charter school operates is a contract between the sponsor and the governing board of the school.  The governing board of a charter school is a non-profit organization that is responsible for the academic and financial success of the school.  Each school’s governing board operates under the conditions set out in its Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws.  The governing board of EAGLE College Prep is its Board of Directors.  Current Board members are:

Judith Wangerin Meyer          Chair
Jeffrey Craig-Meyer                 Vice Chair
Ron Richardson                        Treasurer
Jeff Cloeter                                Secretary
Martin Casas
Lee Hardin
Andrew Prouhet
David Simmons

The Board of Directors meets on the fourth Monday of the month in January, March, May, July, September and November.  The Board is responsible for approving the annual budget, approving monthly financial statements and expenditures, approving school policies, and monitoring the performance of the school on an ongoing basis.  Board members also serve on the Finance and School Performance committees that meet between board meetings.  Additional board information, including meetings, agendas, and minutes, may be found on the EAGLE website.

FINANCE

A charter school must operate in a fiscally sound manner.  The State of Missouri requires that a charter school maintain at least a 3% fund balance.  Additionally, a charter school must use standard accounting practices and have adequate internal controls in all financial and procurement procedures.

EAGLE College Prep complies with these requirements.  Links to the current Audit and Annual Secretary of the Board Report are provided below.

Current Audit

Annual Secretary of the Board Report

CHARTER DOCUMENTS

Charter schools operate under a charter, or agreement, that details their program and expected outcomes.  Following are links to the charter and other documents under which EAGLE College Prep Endeavor operates.

EAGLE Charter Contract (2018)

Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws

Performance Contract