Bylaw Statement of California School Inc.
Article I – Name and Purpose
1.1. Name: The name of this organization shall be “California School Inc.”
1.2. Purpose: California School Inc. is established as a nonprofit under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The purpose of the organization is to revolutionize modern education by focusing on technology-centric subjects vital to the Fourth Industrial Revolution, thereby preparing students and educators for the future.
Article II – Core Principles
2.1. Commitment: Dedication to academic achievement and educational transformation.
2.2. Safety: A staunch focus on school safety, ensuring a secure environment for students and staff.
2.3. Parental Rights: Recognizing and respecting the role of parents in the educational journey of their children.
Article III – ASPIRE Model
3.1. Definition: ASPIRE stands for Artificial Sciences, Programming, Internetworking, Robotics, and Ecology.
3.2. Mission: To ensure that students are not only consumers of technology but also innovators and creators.
Article IV – Membership and Community
4.1. Eligibility: Open to educators, students, advocates, and anyone passionate about a future-forward learning experience.
4.2. Rights: All members shall have the right to participate in all programs, events, and decisions of the organization.
Article V – Governance
5.1. Board of Directors: California School Inc. shall be governed by a Board of Directors, responsible for overseeing the organization’s overall strategy and operations.
5.2. Meetings: The Board shall meet at least once every quarter to ensure the organization’s activities align with its purpose.
Article VI – Funding and Finances
6.1. Fundraising: As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, California School Inc. will actively pursue donations, grants, and other forms of financial support.
6.2. Usage: All funds shall be used exclusively for the purpose of the organization, with transparency and accountability at its core.
Article VII – Amendments
7.1. Revisions: These bylaws may be amended by a two-thirds majority vote of the Board of Directors.
7.2. Notice: Any proposed amendment shall be submitted to the Board at least 30 days before the meeting at which it will be considered.
Article VIII – Dissolution
8.1. Procedure: In the event of dissolution, assets of California School Inc. shall be distributed for one or more exempt purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
By embracing these bylaws, California School Inc. is committed to shaping the future of education, preparing students for the challenges of today and the innovations of tomorrow.
Dated: September 7th, 2023
Board President, California School Inc.