Published on June 25, 2020
On Tuesday, July 7th, 2020, Warwick School District will hold a special voting session at 7:00 p.m. This meeting will be held virtually using Zoom as the platform. Members of the public are welcome to virtually attend and participate in the meeting. Members of the public will be able to see each board member as well as the board agenda on the screen during the meeting. The link to the Zoom session for members of the public will be posted on our website, www.warwicksd.org by 12:00 noon on Tuesday, July 7th 2020. A link to the special voting session agenda can be found here.
The guidelines for participation will follow the same format of live board meetings, however, comments will need to be submitted via a form and then read aloud by the board secretary. In order to make comments, participants will sign in on our www.warwicksd.org/virtualboardmeeting page.
As is the format in live board meetings, comments may be made at the beginning and end of the board meeting. The first opportunity for comments at the beginning of the meeting is limited to items on the Agenda. Anyone wishing to address the Board is given 2-3 minutes for their comments. At 6:45 p.m. on May 19th, the comment form link will be opened to participants to submit comments on items on the agenda. The Board President will indicate the time for comments by stating the following:
RECOGNITION OF CITIZENS
This Board welcomes and invites public comment. You may ask questions at this point or at the end of the agenda under Comments from Public. If you choose to make a comment based on items on the agenda, please wait to be recognized, come to the podium, state your name and address, and kindly limit your remarks to two to three minutes. The board may or may not elect to respond. Please refrain from making remarks during the course of the meeting.
The board secretary will then read submitted comments related to items on the agenda. The comment form will then be closed during the meeting and will reopen before the second comment period.
The second opportunity for comments comes at the close of the meeting. At that time, the public may share and submit any comments they have. The board president will indicate the time for comments by stating the following:
COMMENTS OR QUESTIONS FROM BOARD MEMBERS OR CITIZENS
This Board welcomes and invites public comment. If you choose to make a comment, please wait to be recognized, come to the podium, state your name and address, and kindly limit your remarks to two to three minutes. The board may or may not elect to respond.
The board secretary will then read submitted comments.