Public Participation at School Board Meetings

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION AT SCHOOL BOARD MEETINGS

The School Board encourages public participation at regular meetings. The order of business of any regular meeting shall include opportunities for the public to address the School Board as provided in School Board Policy 1110. Please refer to the policy for specific procedures for Public Hearings and the Public Comment portions of the agenda.

Due to the COVID-19 occupancy limits of the Public Meeting Room and in keeping with safety protocols established by the Board of Supervisors and the Planning Commission and recommended by the Sheriff’s Department, seating for the Sept. 29, 2020 School Board business meeting will be extremely limited; however, citizens wishing to attend the meeting in person may do so on a first-come, first-served basis as follows:

Any citizen wishing to attend the meeting in person will need to check in with the Sheriff’s Deputies upon arrival. Citizens will be given a number and — as seating is available — be seated in the order in which they checked in. All citizens will be required to wear a face covering and pass a simple health screening before entering the building. Reservations will not be accepted, and citizens are not guaranteed admission. Deputies will begin issuing numbered tickets at 2:30 p.m.

Citizens requesting to speak before the Board will be given the opportunity to comment in person at the appropriate time.

Citizens are encouraged to submit their comments via the online form found at https://tinyurl.com/CCPS0929Comment. Comments submitted via the online form will be distributed to the Board prior to the start of the meeting and included as an addendum to the meeting minutes. Citizens wishing to address the Board in person must contact the Clerk’s office no later than 2 p.m. on Sept. 29. The online comment form will also close at this time. Each citizen may submit only one comment for this meeting.

For more information, please contact Rob McDaniel.

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