Franklin County Board of Education Meetings

  • Next Meeting:

    Monday, August 10th, 2020

    Please click the link below to join the zoom webinar:
    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88131949319?pwd=aHZCRkpXbG4yR3J6OGI0aUNQb1Azdz09
    Passcode: y1DLvc
    Telephone:
    Dial
    US: +1 346 248 7799
    Webinar ID: 881 3194 9319
    Passcode: 876481

     

    Please use the Zoom format for the best quality.

    However, the meeting will also be live streamed via the Franklin County Schools Facebook page at FCS Facebook

     

    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Franklin County Board of Education (BOE) meetings are being held via video conferencing throughout the duration of the current stay-at-home restrictions. Board members, the board attorney, and central office staff will participate in BOE meetings through video conferencing technology. The meetings will be live streamed for the media and public to view.

    Public comments are heard only during regular monthly meetings of the Franklin County Board of Education, which occur the second Monday night of each month. Please reference Board Policy 2310 Public Participation at Board Meetings for more information.

    The public also has the opportunity to submit public comment to be heard during regular monthly meetings only via email to Diane Marks, Clerk to the Board, at dianemarks@fcschools.net. Comments must state "Public Comment" in the subject line and include the commentor's first and last name, as well as their address and phone number. The deadline for receipt of comments is 4 p.m. on the day of the meeting. Public comments are limited to three minutes and will be read during the Public Comment Section of the BOE meeting.

Public Comment on Board Policies

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    Several changes to board policies are up for review. You have until the next board meeting to leave a public comment. To have your voice heard, click HERE.

     

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