MEETING & POLICY INFORMATION
Board meeting agendas, minutes, policies and trustee information
are accessible in BoardDocs.
Board of Education meetings will be held at approximately 7:30 PM in the Middle/High School Library following Executive Session, unless otherwise noted. Board of Education regular meetings and workshops are broadcast on Cablevision channel 77 and Verizon channel 27 as well as live streamed (click on the Live Stream Quick Link at www.tuckahoeschools.org).
Please consult the district e-calendar for the most up to date meeting dates/times.
2020-2021 Regular Meetings
Tuesday, July 7
Monday, August 24
Monday, September 14
Monday, October 19 (pre: School Board Recognition)
Monday, November 16
Monday, December 14
Monday, January 11
Monday, February 8
Monday, March 15 (Budget Review)
Tuesday, April 20 (Budget Adoption & Annual BOCES Meeting/Vote)
Tuesday, May 18 (Also ANNUAL VOTE & TRUSTEE ELECTION)*
Monday, June 14
Monday, October 5
Monday, November 2
Monday, December 7
Monday, January 4
Monday, February 1
Monday, March 1
Monday, April 12, Budget Review
Monday, May 10, Budget Hearing
Monday, June 7
The Board of Education recognizes the value of public comment on educational issues and matters of public interest. In order to permit the fair and orderly expression of public comment, the following rules shall govern and will be administered.
Please note that the first public comment period is limited to comments on items on the meeting’s agenda. Personnel matters will not be discussed at any time during a public meeting. The second public comment period at the end of the business meeting is a time for community members to ask questions or make statements regarding either the evening’s agenda or a particular issue or concern. The Board will take such issues under advisement. Neither public comment period is a time for public discussion. If necessary, the community member will be contacted for follow-up by the appropriate staff member.
- If you wish to speak, see the District Clerk to place your name and address on the sign-in list, indicating the topic of your comments.
- Prior to making your comment:
- State your name for the record
- Identify any group or organization you represent
- Comments are limited to three (3) minutes or less per speaker. A speaker may not yield his/her time to another speaker in order to extend the time for comment.
- No speaker may comment on or identify any particular student or employee by name or situation in his/her comments.
- All comments are to be directed to the Board president or designee.
- Handouts and/or petitions are to be given only to the district clerk for distribution to the Board. The Board will receive and consider all written comments.