School board meeting moving online

  • Tuesday, March 24, 2020 12:57pm
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The South Whidbey School Board will be hosting its monthly business meeting online.

The public can access a live broadcast of the public meeting, which will happen via a teleconferencing website, Zoom. They can access this from home or from outside the district office building, where there will be a viewing of it.

The meeting will be 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 25.

According to a newsletter from Superintendent Jo Moccia, people can follow along at the webinar link, https://southwhidbey.zoom.us/j/462451875, by using a web browser or smartphone app, or by phone, dialing 1-699-900-6833.

The webinar ID is 462 451 875.

Citizens may provide written public comments prior to the public comments section of the agenda via the Zoom button during the meeting, or via email to board@sw.wednet.edu.

The agenda for the meeting includes the emergency suspension policy, the February financial and enrollment report, the superintendent’s report and board member comments.

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