Conflict of Interest Policy

All board members, professional and non-professional full time employees, and all credentialed instructional staff shall disclose and avoid any conflicts of interest pertaining to any decisions or matters before the organization in which a member of his or her immediate family has a conflict of interest, financial or otherwise. If he or she has existing or potential financial or other interests that impair or appear to impair his or her independent, unbiased judgment in the discharge of his or her responsibilities to the Noorda-COM. By reason of their appointment, Trustees appointed by the Parent Corporation or Management Corporation shall not be considered to have a conflict of interest by virtue of their relationship with the Parent Corporation or Management Corporation, respectively.

This policy was reviewed and revised in March 2024. For assistance with policies and procedures, please contact Alexa Levine (