Meeting Schedule and Addressing the Board
Regular Board of Education meetings are open to the public and generally held at 7:30pm on the first and third Tuesday of each month at the Administrative Building in Hillburn. Please be sure to verify meeting dates, times and locations prior to the event, as circumstances may arise that require a Board meeting to be relocated or rescheduled.
In addition, closed sessions may be called for matters of a sensitive nature.
View Board agendas and minutes in BoardDocs.
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All meetings are located in the District Offices in Hillburn unless otherwise noted. All meetings begin at 7:30 pm unless otherwise noted.
Currently, all meetings are being held both in-person and virtually and live-streamed on YouTube.
If you would like to address the board during the public participation portion of the meeting, but are not comfortable attending the meeting in person, the Suffern Central Board of Education invites you to submit your questions or written statement via email to the Board of Education Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Board of Education Meeting Dates 2022 - 23 School Year
July 6 – *Wednesday, 6:00 pm start - reorganization meeting
October 3 - *Monday
February 22 *Wednesday
April 18 - *Recognition of the Top 10% of Graduating Class @SHS
May 2 - *Tenure Recognition Night @ SHS
May 16 - *Budget Vote & Board Elections
June 6 - *Retiree Recognition @SHS
2023-24 Board of Education Meeting Calendar
Addressing the Board
The Board welcomes citizens’ views on subjects related to matters under its jurisdiction: policymaking and district governance. For timely, effective resolution of issues pertaining to an individual student, please refer to Resolving Issues for guidance on where to direct communication.
Speaking To Items On The Agenda
If a citizen wishes to speak to an item on the agenda, the Board President or the Superintendent should be notified at the beginning of the meeting whenever possible. However, any citizen may give his or her viewpoint on any matter under consideration by seeking recognition from the President before a vote is called.
Speaking To An Item Not On The Agenda
The Board President may grant permission for a citizen to speak to an item not on the agenda during the public comment portion of a regular meeting. No action will be taken on the item until the next regular meeting.
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