A record of all official acts, including a record of all warrants issued against district monies, shall be kept.
The Board Clerk, by law, is responsible for the recording of minutes and the preservation of Board documents. The Clerk's duties for the actual recording of Board proceedings, and the actual custody of records, however, shall be carried out by the superintendent or such other person as the Board may designate as its recording secretary.
The minutes shall be signed by the Chairman and attested by the Clerk of the Board following their approval at the subsequent meeting.
The minutes shall be reproduced in the minute book of the Board, thus becoming the permanent and official record of the actions of the Board. This record shall be open for inspection by any person at reasonable times in conformance with the Wyoming Public Records Act.
Minutes shall also be maintained of any executive session. Except for those parts of minutes of an executive session reflecting a members’ objection to the executive session as being in violation of this act, minutes and proceedings of executive sessions shall be confidential and produced only in response to a valid court order.