Ethics Panel

Appointments to the Board's Ethics Panel are for three years, and applicants must be Montgomery County residents. Members serve without compensation.

Among the panel's responsibilities are:

  1. Interpreting the Board of Education’s Ethics Policy and issuing advisory opinions concerning its application
  2. Conducting hearings on complaints filed regarding an alleged violation
  3. Approving financial disclosure forms

Panel members may not be incumbent members of the Board of Education, school officials, employees, or persons employed by a business entity subject to the authority of the Board of Education, or spouses of such persons. The Panel meets once a year to review financial disclosure forms and as needed to review complaints and requests for advisory opinions.

Frequently Asked Questions about the Ethics Policy

Advisory Committee Schedule

 September 6, 2018, 6:30 p.m.  Carver Educational Services Center, Room 120