FRCS Board Meetings are scheduled for selected Tuesdays of selected months at 5:30PM on the FRCS campus. Click here to see our meeting calendar. Agendas for upcoming meetings will be posted here on the Friday prior to a regular meeting and 24-hours in advance of any emergency meetings. To place an item on the agenda please complete the agenda item form and submit it to the school office or email it to the board at email@example.com at least one week prior to a regular meeting date.
Joining the Board of Directors
Responsibilities of Board Members
Board members participate in Board meetings and provide input and guidance for the school operations and future. Board responsibilities and oversight include: budget, fundraising, policy, transportation, enrollment, volunteer coordination, facilities and furnishings, advertising, charter renewal, etc. Individual Board members typically take on one or more elements of responsibility, as well as assisting other Board members, volunteers, and staff with larger tasks, as required. Representatives are typically elected to a three-year term.
The Board member requirements include:
1. Representatives shall be available and willing to attend regularly scheduled and special board meetings.
2. Parent Representatives must be the parent of a child currently enrolled in FRCS.
3. Community Representatives must NOT be the parent of a child currently enrolled in FRCS.
4. Representatives shall be interested in the management, operation, guidance, direction and promotion of FRCS.
FRCS Board of Directors
Teresa was raised in Salinas, California, and moved to Chico after graduating from high school. In Chico,
she attended Butte College where she obtained her Certified Nurse Assistant and In-Home Health Aid
Certificates. As a CNA she has worked in nursing homes, private homes, and non-profits that focus on
offering support to disabled individuals. In 2009 Teresa and her husband moved to Forest Ranch where
they soon became part of the mountain community. She has two sons Diego and Antonio. Both boys now
attend Forest Ranch Charter School, where Teresa has been a part of the Parent Teacher Partnership.
After completing the teaching program in 2000 at Chico State University, he taught all grades of High School English including Honors and Advanced Placement classes for 13 years in a small rural community. He is currently in his fourth year at Pivot Charter schools in Chico. He enjoys creative writing and has had poetry published in an anthology of contemporary poets. He is a huge fan of Shakespeare and the classics. He has been a resident of Forest Ranch for 8 years. He and his wife have been married for 19 years and have a son named Elijah who used to attend FRCS. He enjoys hiking, camping, and fishing when he can get away. Other interests include genealogy, photography, and building things with his hands. He is really excited about getting to work with a team that truly cares about kids and serving their needs so they have the best chance at accomplishing their dreams. He sees the opportunity as a privilege because there is nothing better than seeing a young person discover their potential and use it to become a successful adult.
Tamba Sellu - Parent Representative
Beth received her Bachelor of Science Degree at the University of Oregon, proceeding to teach high school art at Tillamook High School. She then joined VISTA and served a year on the east coast. She obtained her lifelong teaching credential at San Francisco State College and a Master’s Degree in Education at Chico State. She has taught at most grade levels, both as a substitute and a teacher. She also served as a Director at two Childcare Centers. From 2008 to 2017 she was the Coordinator of the After School Program at Forest Ranch Charter School.
She and her husband founded and ran the cross country kid’s program called the Chico Cheetahs for several years. She has served on the board of the Forest Ranch Community Association in various roles. Presently she is the editor of the Forest Ranch Post.
Susie was born in California, moved to Oregon until the age of 9, then returned to California. She attended Chaffey College where she obtained an AA in Business. She has spent most of her adult life either owning a business or helping youth. In the past years, Suzie helped the handicapped by using horses as a tool. Watching the faces of the children upon the horses was beyond words. She has cared for/adopted children from the foster care system. She has a total of 13 children between her and her husband Doug. Suzie currently is opening her home to 3 students who attend FRCS. In her spare time, oh, she also manages a 214-space mobile home park in Chico full-time and will be opening a new business, Treasures of Love. Suzie loves our school and what it stands for, the care for each individual child. Spare time: LOL, camping in their 28-foot fifth wheel and boating.