AGENDA FOR THE SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
BENNETT VALLEY UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES
FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 2022
VIRTUAL MEETING ZOOM INFORMATION
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In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, those requiring special assistance to access the meeting, meeting documents, or the meeting room may contact the Board Secretary, Superintendent Cala, at 707-542-2201. Notification at least 48 hours before the meeting will enable the District to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to the Board meeting and to provide any required accommodations, auxiliary aids or service.es.
Meetings of the Board are not public meetings, but meetings held in public for the purpose of carrying on the business of the schools.
The Board may elect to consider items in a different order than they appear on the agenda.
Individuals may address the Board in accordance with the Public Comment statement on the last page of the agenda.
These items need to be considered individually and acted upon as such by the Board.
PUBLIC RECORDS NOTICE
In accordance with Government Code section 54957.5 and the Public Records Act, public records that are distributed to a majority of the Board of Trustees concerning the open session agenda will be made available upon request. Such records distributed less than 72 hours prior to a regular meeting are available for inspection at the district office located at 2250 Mesquite Dr., Santa Rosa, CA 95405.
Pursuant to BVUSD Board Bylaw 9323, Government Codes 54954.2 and 54954.3 and Education Code 35145.5, members of the public are encouraged to attend Board meetings and to address the Board concerning any item on the agenda or within the Board's jurisdiction as follows:
Opportunities for public comment on an item appearing on the agenda will be provided before or during the Board’s consideration of the item.
Members of the public may provide input on non-agenda items during Public Appearances. Board members or district staff members may ask clarifying questions or briefly respond to statements or questions from the public about items not appearing on the agenda, but will not engage in discussion or take action. Board members may also ask staff to report back to the Board or place a matter of business on a future agenda.
Any person wishing to be heard by the Board shall first be recognized by the president. Members of the public may have up to three minutes per speaker and up to 20 minutes per item unless the Board president, with Board consent, adjusts the amount of time. Any such adjustment shall be done equitably so as to allow a diversity of viewpoints.
The Board shall not prohibit public criticism of its policies, procedures, programs, services, acts, or omissions; however the Board may remove disruptive individuals and order the room cleared for persistent disruption or statements that threaten the safety of any person(s) at the meeting. When the room is ordered cleared due to a disturbance, further Board proceedings shall concern only matters appearing on the agenda.