- Board Trustee Financial Disclosure
- Board Trustees - New Trustees
- Board Trustees - Removal or Resignation
- Certificate of Occupancy
- Education Corporation By-laws
- Enrollment Change
- Management Agreement
- Programmatic Change
- Receipt of Summons or Legal Complaint
- School Director or Principal - Hiring or Departure
- State Stimulus Fund (SSF) Grant Reporting
Education Corporation By-laws
By-laws need to be ratified within 30 days of a school being chartered. Such approval must conform to any super-majority provisions in the existing by-laws and result in a signed copy of a ratifying resolution of the by-laws by the board secretary attesting to their ratification.
All material by-laws changes requires approval by the Board of Trustees of the State University of New York. Most changes are considered material except, for example: minor changes in the number of school trustees or number of meetings to be held annually (if small percentage); and changes to conform to N-PCL, Open Meetings Law or Education Law (Executive Committee change from three to five members, which is the minimum under Education Law § 226(2)).
School Charter (paragraph 2.10 or 2.12; and/or Monitoring Plan)
Charter Schools Institute