When do agendas and minutes become available?

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    Agendas

    Agendas for school board meetings and work sessions are typically made available to the public three working days prior to the meeting. To see an agenda, click here.

    Agendas for committee meetings are typically made available one working day prior to the meeting. To see an agenda for a committee, visit the committee webpages here.

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    Minutes for Board Meetings and Work Sessions

    Draft minutes for these types of meetings are typically brought to the board for approval (by vote) at the next regular school board meeting. Members of the public may view the draft minutes as an attachment to the next meeting's agenda. To see the agendas containing the draft minutes, click here.

    Approved minutes for these types of meetings are made available to the public one to two business days after the board has voted to approve them. To see these meeting minutes, click here.

    Minutes for Committee Meetings

    Draft minutes for committee meetings are typically brought to the committee for approval (by vote) at the next committee meeting. Members of the public may view the draft minutes as an attachment to the next meeting's agenda. To see an agenda containing the draft minutes, visit the committee webpages here.

    Approved minutes for committee meetings are made available to the public one to two business days after the committee has voted to approve them. To view a committee's approved minutes, visit the committee's webpage here.