A 2022 law added school district boards to the long list of public roles that require the annual document. School district superintendents and chief financial officers already must file.
The statements list all sources of income from the previous calendar year to increase transparency and reveal potential conflicts of interest.
The ethics commission will reach out to school districts later this year to identify school board members. The commission will contact board members early next year and ask them to create an account with the commission for filing the documents.
The deadline this year is April 15, and the commission provides tutorials, samples and webinars to help filers.