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Board Overview

Cyber Village Academy's MissionTop of Page

Cyber Village Academy prepares students to meet the challenge of a rapidly changing world with confidence by helping them to become inquiring, knowledgeable, caring and active citizens who value academic rigor, integrity, self reliance and compassion.


Board of DirectorsTop of Page

Cyber Village Academy is a 501(C)3 organization and is governed by a board of directors consisting of parents of enrolled students, teachers and community members. The board normally meets monthly on the last Tuesday of the month from 4:30 - 6:00pm on the CVA campus from August through May. These meetings are open to the public. Board members are elected to 3 year terms by the vote of the parents of enrolled students and staff of Cyber Village Academy in the spring of each year.

Members of the board of directors for 2018-2019 school year are:
 
Name
Role
Board position
Phone
Date term expires
Claire Moore parent
Director 651-491-0581
June 2022
 
teacher Director
651-523-7170 ext. 306
June 2021
Emily Eggers
teacher Director 651-523-7170 ext. June 2021
Melissa Onyango-Robshaw teacher Director 651-523-7170 ext. 213 June 2021

parent Director 651-686-0574 June 2020
Nicky Bohm teacher Director 651-523-7170 ext.  June 2019
Cherie Neima
community member
Director  
June 2022
Robyn Consoer
teacher Director 651-523-7170 ext. 207 June 2020
Christy Buxman teacher  Director  651-523-7170 ext. 106
June 2022
 
Jim Morse parent Director
612-205-6531 June 2021

Our AuthorizerTop of Page

Cyber Village Academy is pleased to have as its authorizer Innovative Quality Schools (IQS). IQS is approved by the Minnesota Department of Education for the sole purpose of authorizing chartered schools.

Our contact at IQS is Steve O'Connor. You can contact him directly at 651-234-0900 or via email

Our contract with IQS describes their expectations for CVA in detail. You can download the entire contract here.

Strategic PlanTop of Page

The current five-year strategic plan was developed in March 2015. You can read the five-year plan here.