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School Board Meetings and Policies

Next Regular Board Meeting
Date:  Monday, December 6, 2021
Time:  6:00 p.m.
Type:  Regular board meeting. 
Location: Virtually via Zoom.
Links: (posted here no later than 24 hours prior to meeting)

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December 6, 2021 agenda

WASA, WSSDA Call for Civility in School District Conversations

 

Letter from State Superintendent Chris Reykdal:
Masking requirements not a local decision, district compliance tied to funding

Washington Department of Health (DOH) Requirements for K-12 Schools:
K-12 COVID-19 Requirements for the 2021-2022 School Year


See the Public Comment page for more information on how to make public comment.

The public is welcome to submit written comments to the board via email at any time.

Regular board meetings will be livestreamed via Zoom. 

To ensure an efficient and orderly operation of the meeting, the following guidelines are in place:

     • Speakers are asked to limit comments to three minutes.
     • The board will not respond directly to comments but will take them under advisement.
     • Those who have questions, suggestions, criticisms, or proposals are encouraged to submit comments in
        writing to the board.  
     • Comments may be directed toward programs and school operations but may not concern complaints about
        district personnel. Personnel complaints must be pursued according to the district’s complaint process (Policy
        4220).

     • A single individual will be asked to represent members or a group with similar concerns. However,
        anyone may speak if they have something pertinent to add.
     • The board president shall terminate lengthy, inappropriate, or abusive discussion.


Health and Safety Expectations for In-Person Meetings on District Property
The Puyallup School Board recognizes the importance of health and safety measures to protect students, staff, school board directors and community members. Face masks are required.