• Welcome  to the Board of Education web page. 

  • Seaford Board of Education Overview


    The Seaford Board of Education is made up of five residents of the community who serve staggered three-year terms as your representatives in all matters concerning the school district. The Board of Education, as a legally constituted body of elected representatives, bears the responsibility of setting policy for the school district. The Board of Education acts in accordance with authority and responsibility vested in it by federal and state laws, rules, and regulations on behalf of the district's citizens. 

  • Seaford Board of Education Public Meeting


    The Board of Education generally holds two business meetings per month, normally scheduled on the first and third Wednesday of each month in the All-Purpose room at the Manor, except as noted on the calendar. Meetings are called to order at 7:00 PM, at which time the Board enters executive session for the purpose of discussing specific personnel, negotiations and/or contractual items. The public session begins at approximately 8:00 PM. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend and participate in all regular meetings of the Board of Education. Residents’ input and questions will be addressed within reasonable time frames and procedures as set by the Board of Education.

  • Seaford Board of Education Goals


     In order to ensure that its educational programs provide all students with a high-quality education, the Board of Education hereby establishes as its goals:


    1.  To work closely with the community to ensure that Board of Education actions and performance take into consideration the concerns and aspirations of the community.


    2.  To identify the educational and technological needs of the community and industry, and to transform such needs into programs aimed at stimulating students and preparing them for future careers.


    3.  To employ a Superintendent of Schools capable of ensuring that the district maintains its position as an outstanding school system, and that school personnel carry out the policies of the Board of Education with energy and dedication.


    4.  To provide leadership in order that goals and objectives of the district, as set forth by the Board of Education, can be effectively carried out. Board of Education action should be confined to policy-making, planning and appraisal with the Board of Education delegating authority to the Superintendent for the implementation of policies; and


    5.  To evaluate the Board of Education's performance in relation to these goals, and to establish and clarify policies based upon the results of such evaluation. 

BOE Highlights


Seaford Board of Education

  • Andrea Parisi - President

    Stacie Stark - Vice President

    Lisa Herbert - Trustee

    Natalie Pedisich - Trustee

    Heather Umhafer - Trustee


    Carmen Ouellette - District Clerk


    If you have any questions, comments and/or concerns, please email the Board of Education.  If your email requires a response and you have not received one within five (5) business days, please contact Carmen Ouellette, District Clerk, at 592-4003.