Role of Trustees
Texas law grants the seven-member Board of Trustees exclusive power to govern and oversee the management of public schools, including authority to levy and collect taxes, buy and sell property, exercise the right of eminent domain, accept donations, charge fees, and adopt employment policies.
Trustees serve three-year terms, which are staggered so that two or three members are elected annually. Trustees represent the entire District, and qualified voters may vote in all elections.
The Board of Trustees of Rockwall ISD welcomes the public to regularly scheduled meetings held at Rockwall Administration/Education Complex, located at 1050 Williams Street, Rockwall, Texas, room 600. Board Meetings occur the 3rd Monday of each month, 6:00 P.M., unless otherwise scheduled.
For additional information please visit our Elections page.
For additional information about Trustee Meetings, Policies and the role of Trustees in our district, visit our Governance page within the Accountability section.