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MACUL Board Nominations 2018-19

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This coming year we will have five open seats on the MACUL Board of Directors. If you are interested in running for one of these seats let the MACUL Board Nominations Committee know at by February 6th at 5:00pm. Please note that all interested parties may not end up on the final ballot.

The MACUL board is currently comprised of volunteer members who are responsible for running MACUL. This includes planning and running all MACUL events but also includes visioning for the future of MACUL. Meetings provide a great opportunity to expand your professional network as well as learn about educational initiatives happening in the state that may be of interest to your school or district.

What are the responsibilities of a Board Member?

Board members:

  • participate in monthly meetings of the full board and the spring retreat.
  • actively participate and plan the MACUL Conference as well other MACUL events.
  • serve on various MACUL administrative work groups.
  • help with visioning for the future of MACUL.

Board meetings are full day meetings typically held at the MACUL Office in Lansing. They are held monthly August – April. Much of the work listed above is done during these meetings. However, some must be done between these meetings.

What is the process?

  • Notify the MACUL Board Nominations Committee that you are interested in becoming a board member by email, , by 5:00 pm EST February 6th.
  • The Nominations Committee will assemble the proposed ballot from those members who have expressed interest in serving on the board.
  • The current MACUL Board will vote to accept this ballot in February.
  • Prospective board members will be asked to submit a biographical statement and a letter of support from their superintendent/principal/supervisor by NOON on FEBRUARY 23rd.
  • Board elections will be held via online balloting from March 1 to March 31.


(@falconphysics): Steve is the MACUL President Elect. He runs the 1:1 iPad program at Divine Child High School along with teaching Computer Science.