School Board Meetings: How to attend & participate
School Board meetings will have both Zoom & in-person options to participate. Links and attendance information will be updated on this page the Friday before each scheduled meeting.
⇒ Please contact Sandraj@spokaneschools.org with questions.
Access & Location of Board Meetings
Per WSSDA Updates, members of the public may attend school board meetings via Zoom or in person. In-person attendees must follow the statewide mask requirement in effect from Monday, August 23, 2021.
At 200 N. Bernard Street, the front doors will be open to the public at least 30 minutes prior to the start of the School Board meeting. Room attendance/capacity is ~ 65 guests. Masks are required per Governor Inslee's statewide mandate.
September 22, 2021 Special Meeting - 5:30 p.m.
September 22, 2021 Regular Meeting - 7 p.m.
October 6, 2021 Special Meeting - 5 p.m.
October 6, 2021 Regular Meeting - 7 p.m.
Find active school board agendas here. Agendas for upcoming board meetings are typically active the Friday evening prior to the scheduled meeting.
How to Attend & Participate
Special Meetings: The School Board does not receive public comment during Special Meetings, yet the open portion of Special Meetings are available for public observation. Should you wish to share comments or questions with the School Board, please email SchoolBoard@spokaneschools.org
Regular Meetings: Should you be interested in publicly addressing the School Board during a Regular Meeting, please watch for a link the day of the meeting to be available on the meeting dates listed above.
Citizens wishing to speak will wait for their name to be called and will be unmuted by the Zoom Moderator or called to the podium if attending in person. Citizens will state their name and address before beginning comments to the Board.
Each person’s comments shall be limited to five minutes or less as deemed appropriate by the President of the Board. The Board’s role will be to receive comments, and will only respond in two circumstances: 1) to clarify a speaker’s point that may have been unclear; and 2) to correct an apparent mistake of fact or policy once all the presenters are finished. No formal action will be taken on comments during this time.
*If you require an auxiliary aid or service, please call 509.354.7364. Try to make your request at least 48 hours before the event. We will do our best to accommodate requests needed in less than 48 hours.