Pursuant to House Bill 197, as amended by House Bill 404, boards of education are permitted to conduct board meetings electronically.
Board Meeting Details
As a result, the Streetsboro City School District Board of Education will conduct its organizational meeting and regular meeting of the Board on January 14, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. electronically.
- The meeting will not be held at Streetsboro High School.
- The electronic meeting can be accessed at https://www.scsrockets.org.
- Public participation will be permitted (see below).
Submit Public Comment
The Board recognizes the need to facilitate public comment during meetings that are virtual. All public comments that meet the requirements will be played during the virtual meeting on 1/14 during the regular session.
The District is will accept public comment in the following ways:
- (1) Submission of a video recording in a standard format, less than 3 minutes in length, following all public comment guidelines. All submissions must be made by 1/14/2021 at 4:30 PM.
- Preferably, submit your public comment recording here (requires a Google account): Submit Public Comment
- Alternatively, email your submission to email@example.com
- (2) Recording of public comment in person, at Streetsboro High School Auditorium on Thursday January 14th from 3 PM – 4:30 PM. You must notify the District of your intent to record by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment to record on 1/14.
- Forward any technical questions to email@example.com. Any video recorded on a mobile device like iPhone or Android, once exported, uploaded, or emailed will typically work.
The Board reserves the right to only play those submissions that meet the public comment requirements. Any submission exceeding 3 minutes in length will not be played.
About Public Comments at Board Meetings
The Board of Education respects the rights of citizens to speak at their monthly business meetings.
The Treasurer will monitor the time and the Board President will ensure the ground rules are followed appropriately – this applies to recorded messages as well as live ones.
The Board President will determine if a response will be made to the comments. They will direct the Superintendent / Treasurer to respond if deemed necessary.
Community comments are one way for citizens to communicate with the Board of Education. You should include your name, address, and topic in your message.
Remember, this is a formal and official meeting of the Board of Education and what you say becomes part of the official meeting record.
If your comment involves a problem with a student, employee, or board member please do not identify them by name.
At this time, the primary role of the Board of Education is to listen and reflect on what is said. Whether we respond or not, your input is valued.
Last updated: January 11, 2021 at 14:00 pm