Northshore School Board meetings moving to Mondays

  • Friday, March 31, 2017 10:02am
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The following is a release from the Northshore School District:

The Northshore School Board voted March 28 to move its twice-monthly meetings from Tuesdays to Mondays beginning in August 2017, in part to reduce conflicts with school activities.

Regular board meetings are currently held on the second Tuesday at 4 p.m. and the fourth Tuesday at 7 p.m. of most months. Beginning in August 2017, the day of the week will change. Therefore, the meeting schedule will shift to the second Monday at 4 p.m. and the fourth Monday at 7 p.m. of most months. (Exception: The last meeting in May will be held on Tuesday, May 29, due to the Memorial Day holiday on May 28.)

View the 2017-18 School Board calendar here: http://esbpublic.nsd.org/attachments/2f1f9b40-d01c-4ca6-af0c-20d3b56abd25.pdf

All residents are welcome to attend regular board meetings, which are usually held in the Dr. G.E. Ricketts Board Room in Northshore’s Administrative Center, 3330 Monte Villa Parkway, Bothell. The board provides a public comment period at the beginning of each meeting. Individuals who wish to address the board can sign up prior to the meeting on the sheet available at the back of the board room.

Meetings may also be viewed via Livestream at http://www.nsd.org/Page/25299.

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