The board meeting is virtual on Zoom and YouTube. So, please sign-up and provide public comment at this important Corvallis School Board meeting.
Here's the instructions:
Email Board Secretary Kim Nelson at email@example.com by noon Thursday 10/14/2021. Sooner is better.
Provide your name, home address, and the telephone number you will be calling in on.
You will be provided a telephone number and meeting access code.
At the time designated on the agenda, call the number provided and enter any required access codes. https://meetings.boardbook.org/Public/Agenda/1216?meeting=499555
You will be “in the waiting room” until it is your turn to provide comments; at that time, you will be admitted to the virtual meeting.
When you provide public comment, your name, address, and comments are matters of public record; however, students and staff do not need to provide their addresses.
Keep your comments within the specified time allotted, usually three minutes, to allow time for others to comment. Please be respectful of those who wish to comment after you.
Direct your comments to the School Board. The Board Chair will refer questions or requests for action to staff for response at a later date.
If you read from a prepared statement, you may choose to email your written comments to Kim Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org to post online with the informational packet of the meeting and to file with the official minutes of the meeting. It is not required, however.
Speakers may offer objective criticism of District operations and programs but the Board will not hear complaints concerning individual District personnel.
Complaints shall be handled following the steps outlined in Board Policy KL and Administrative Regulation KL-AR, copies of which are available at http://policy.osba.org/corvall/KL/index.asp.
Complaints regarding budget, programs, or other District issues also should be handled by first following the steps outlined in policy KL.
Undue interruption or other interference with the orderly conduct of Board business cannot be allowed.
Defamatory or abusive remarks are always out of order.
The Board Chair may terminate a speaker’s privilege of address if, after being called to order, the speaker persists in improper conduct or remarks.