Board Meeting InformationPublic meetings are held the second Wednesday of the month at 5:00 p.m. in the Ross School library, unless otherwise noted. *During the Covid-19 pandemic, meetings have been virtual with meeting links shared in the agenda. Parents are encouraged to attend. The agenda is posted in the display case by the front door of the school office the Friday before each meeting. The agenda and minutes are also posted on this website under Current Board Meetings and Minutes. Board materials can be made available to the public before the meeting upon written request at least one month before the meeting and shall be valid for the calendar year in which it is requested.To view archived Board meeting agendas or minutes, from November 2014 to May 2021, visit the Agenda Online link. Click on the desired meeting listed by date in the upper right-hand corner of the page.How to Place an Item on the Agenda
Members of the public may request that items be placed on the agenda of any regular Board of Education meeting. The request must be in writing and be submitted to the Superintendent with supporting documents and information, if any, at least ten working days prior to the scheduled meeting date. When constructing the agenda, the Board President and the Superintendent will decide whether the request is within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Board and whether the agenda item is appropriate for discussion in open or closed session.
If You Need Special Assistance
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact the District Office at (415) 457-2705 x.211, or fax (415) 457-8923. Notification at least 48 hours prior to the meeting will enable Ross School to make reasonable accommodation to help ensure accessibility to this meeting.
Procedures for Public Comments
We ask the public to please introduce themselves, limit their comments to three minutes per issue, and speak only once on an item. If in agreement with what others have said, indicate agreement without repeating what has been said. If a member of the public has a complaint against a school employee, we ask the public to follow Ross School District policy BP 1312 or Complaints Concerning Employees (see appendix page 50). The Board cannot formally hear a complaint without prior employee notification.
Last Modified on December 9, 2022