Section 230.241, Florida Statutes 2001
230.241 Superintendent; procedures for making office appointive.--
(1) Pursuant to the provisions of s. 5, Art. IX of the State Constitution, the superintendent shall be appointed by the school board in a school district wherein the proposition is affirmed by a majority of the qualified electors voting in the same election making the office of superintendent appointive.
(2) To submit the proposition to the electors, the school board by formal resolution shall request an election, which shall be at a general election or a statewide primary or special election. The board of county commissioners, upon such timely request from the school board, shall cause to be placed on the ballot at such election the proposition to make the office of superintendent appointive.
(3) Any district adopting the appointive method for its superintendent may after 4 years return to its former status and reject the provisions of this section by following the same procedure outlined in subsection (2) hereof for adopting the provisions thereof.
History.--s. 1, ch. 69-160; s. 1, ch. 69-300; s. 37, ch. 72-221.