The District is taking all necessary steps to prevent and mitigate the effects of COVID-19. In the interest of public health, and in compliance with CA Governor Newsom’s & County Public Health's Emergency Executive Orders, the TUSD Board of Trustees will conduct Board Meetings both in-person and via livestream through the school suspension period.
June 26, 2020 Livestream
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Members of the Board and essential staff will be present in the Board room to conduct the Board business. Board and staff seating will meet social distancing guidelines.
Process for Public Comments
To enhance public participation, members of the public may provide comments to the Board via email, or in-person that evening through a speaker card. For members of the public who wish to make their comments in person, they are asked to wait outside the Board room in a separate room, then enter, make their comments and depart. The Board assumes no liability for any health risks to members of the public who wish to make comments to the Board in-person at the meeting. All individuals attending the meeting in-person do so at their own risk.
Electronic Submission of Public Comments
Public Comments for a non-agenda or agendized item may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the subject line, please identify, as applicable, the agenda item the comment addresses, including the agenda item number and title. If you wish to submit a public comment on more than one agenda item, please send a separate e-mail for each item on which you are commenting. Any relevant written comment submitted by 5:00 p.m. on the Monday prior to the Tuesday Board Meeting will be read on the record during this meeting. All public comments will be limited to 3 minutes, a limit of approximately 450 words. Any portion of your comment extending past the 450 word limit may not be read aloud due to time restrictions. All written comments that are not read into the record will be made part of the meeting minutes, provided that such comments are received prior to the end of the meeting. Please be aware that written public comments, including your name, may become public information.