To that end, employees of the district will not be eligible to serve on the task force.
The members of the task force have yet to be chosen. Two representatives will be selected for each of the six schools in the district. The resident's home location will be used to generate a "cross section" of the district. 10 to 12 meetings of the task force are expected. Collins suggested biweekly two-hour meetings.
Applications will be accepted up until the board meets on July 23 to select task force members. The task force is slated to begin its work in August. Applications can be found on the district's website: www.bscsd.org.
An estimation of Collins' fee for acting as facilitator was between $1,900 and $2,500.