Public Comment at School Board Meetings

How can I comment as school board meetings?

We have been having some issues with the public comment sign up button on the new platform, so please, continue to use the [email protected] to sign up in advance for public comment. 

We encourage the public to attend and participate in person and by electronic means in regular School Board meetings.  Information about how to access the electronic means of public participation is published in conjunction with the agendas for regular and special School Board meetings.

Public Participation
The public may comment on non-agenda topics during the public comment
agenda item in person, via zoom or email. Public comment for discussion items on the agenda is also allowed in person, via Zoom and email following the Board discussion. The Board encourages people to appear either in person or via Zoom to share their comments.

To respect the time of all who are present, speakers must limit their remarks to
three minutes or less. These boundaries are designed to help keep the meeting focused and in no way should limit conversations beyond the board meeting.

Public comment operates on a first-come-first-serve basis. Preference will be
given to those who sign up at least an hour in advance of meetings (4:30 p.m. on
the day of the meeting) by emailing [email protected].

Speakers will be added to a list in the order that they signed up. If there is time remaining, those that did not sign up in advance will have the opportunity to speak. After the allotted time has been filled, additional speakers may email or text Board members their comments.

We ask that all audience members and public commenter’s please do not bring signs, flags or posters into the meeting. You may display them outside, or in the hallway, but do not bring them into the meeting.

Please know that while the Board greatly values all comments from the public, members will not respond to public comments. However, they will follow up as needed after the meeting. Please be aware that any personal or individual student matters are considered confidential under Colorado Law. It is out of respect for the law, students and staff that we ask for those discussions to take place in an executive session.
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