CONFLICT OF INTERESTBoth state law and board policy require school board trustees, the superintendent and any employee “who exercises discretion in the planning, recommending, selecting or contracting of a vendor” to make a timely disclosure of a conflict of interest. Similarly vendors are required to disclose any relationship with a trustee or an employee, which constitutes a conflict of interest.The Deputy Superintendent has identified a list of employees who exercise discretion in the planning, recommending, selecting or contracting of vendors. That list can be found here.Forms to disclose a conflict of interest are available from the Texas Ethics Commission. Employees should file Form CIS with the Deputy Superintendent within seven days of learning of a conflict. Vendors should file Form CIQ with the Director of Purchasing.Employees can find more information on these disclosure requirements in Board Policy BBFA(Legal) and the Belton ISD Administrative Guidelines.
Date Trustee Name Form 6/18/2018 Chris Flor 11/2/2017 Mike Cowan 10/12/2017 Mike Cowan 6/20/2017 Janet Leigh 4/11/2017 Jeff Norwood 1/11/2017 Jason Carothers 8/6/2012 Jason Carothers 8/6/2012 Jason Carothers