Roberts Rule of Order: A point of order may be raised if the rules appear to have been broken. This may interrupt a speaker during debate, or anything else if the breach of the rules warrants it. The point is resolved before business continues.
The point of order calls upon the chair to make a ruling. The chair may rule on the point of order or submit it to the judgment of the assembly. If the chair accepts the point of order, it is said to be sustained or ruled well-taken. If not, it is said to be overruled or ruled not well-taken.
Policy that was broken by the school board:
Orig. Code(s): DIE
An audit of all district accounts will be made annually by an accountant selected by the Board from the roster of authorized municipal accountants maintained by the Oregon Board of Accountancy. The audit examination will be conducted in accordance with minimum auditing standards established by the Secretary of State.
A copy of the audit report will be presented to the Board. The superintendent will submit a copy of the audit report to the Oregon Department of Education and to the Oregon Secretary of State, Audit Division.
END OF POLICY