Upcoming Board Meeting Dates, Times and Places.  Meetings are tentatively scheduled and are subject to change. There may be additional meetings scheduled 

throughout the school year. All meetings will be posted on the Utah Public Meeting Notice website. Meetings may be held electronically or at different locations 

as specified by the Board of Directors.

Board Meetings will be scheduled by the Boar Chair in conjunction with the Superintendent and will be posted below per the agenda and the Utah public notice webiste


An approximately 20-minute comment period is scheduled at the end of regularly scheduled Board meetings. Each speaker will be allowed a maximum of 3 minutes. Participants must sign their name to the list prior to the start of the meeting. When recognized by the Presiding Board Member the participant will proceed to address the Board.


  • Comments concerning procurement of contracts, issues related to employment of individual personnel, criticism or defamation of District employees or Board members, or issues for which other avenues for appeal exist.
  • Comments regarding individual student education issues such as disciplinary action, special education programming, extracurricular eligibility and selection, etc.
  • Time may not be used by employees or their representatives to circumvent formal communication channels or established grievance or negotiation procedures.

Members of the Board and the superintendent may ask questions of any person who addresses the Board only upon approval of the Presiding Board Member.  The Board is unable, by law, to deliberate or take action on items not on the agenda.

2023-2024 Agenda for Board Meetings

August 1 2023 Agenda

August 24 2023 Agenda

October 24 2023 Agenda

Audio recordings of the public portion of Board Meetings for the Utah Military Academy may be requested by emailing Whitney Horning at whorning@utahmilitaryacademy.org.

** Monthly financial Reports can be accessed at the above links or on the Utah Public Notice Website**


The State Auditor Hotline provides an avenue for citizens, including public employees and contractors, to report their concerns about potentially improper government activities.