Board Packets

Is there a policy, procedure or recommendation as to how many days prior to the board meeting a board member receives his/her packet?

  1. The agenda is usually set on Tuesday and the packet arrives on Saturday. This allows the Superintendent to develop a set of notes on the items on the agenda to explain those positions to the board.

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  2. VSA T1, C5, §312 require that the draft minutes be available within 5 days. There probably isn’t but should be a policy to get the packet out ASAP. The earlier the members get it the better prepared they will be for deliberation. Exceptional clerks will already know this.

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