05 Aug Orange County School Board Meeting – Tuesday December 6, 2022 @ 5:30pm
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WHO CAN ATTEND: In accordance with Florida’s Sunshine Law, all meetings are open to the public, except those dealing with collective bargaining.
WHO CAN SPEAK: If you wish to speak to the board about an action item on the agenda, you must submit a request form during the meeting. Forms are available at the board table in the School Board Meeting Room.
Members of the public can address the School Board on non-agenda topics during its Public Comment Period which is held at the beginning of any regularly scheduled school board meeting. If you wish to address the board, sign up is available in the board room with the School Board Clerk prior to the meeting. Speakers are allowed three (3) minutes to address the board.
Here are three (3) ways you can participate:
- In person, be there by 3pm promptly and get in line to sign up to speak. Last time the school unions hogged up all the time.
- Via email, send a to email@example.com by 5:00 p.m. prior to the regularly scheduled meeting).
- Call in telephonically, call (407) 250-6270 at the specified times in each meeting’s protocol set forth in each meeting “Notice” found on this page.
Public comment on matters subject to any quasi-judicial process or any pending litigation should not be presented to the Board. This includes any issues related to pending investigations or employee or student discipline matters.
Any public comments on the collective bargaining process or other workplace labor concerns are not permitted. There is a collective bargaining process and system in which bargained issues and labor complaints may be brought to the table between the parties.
If you seek to comment on matters which are on the school board meeting agenda, you will be required to wait until that agenda item is before the board.
Prospective or current vendors are not permitted to comment during the bidding black-out period. QUESTIONS: call 407-317-3236.