- Mountain Home School District #193
District Board Meeting Information
Please follow the format for public input as stated on each agenda - there are some differences.
If you have a complaint against personnel or students by name, you need to schedule an appointment with the Superintendent.
Public input may be provided to the Board by attending the board meeting in person, sign up on the Public Input Signup Sheet, and submit to the Board Chair or Board Clerk the Public Input Form located next to the signup sheet prior to the start of the board meeting The form is also located on the School District Website (www.mtnhomesd.org). If called upon by the Board, the individual(s) will be allowed a maximum of three minutes to present his/her views. Please do not include the names of students or staff due to FERPA Laws and privacy protection. There will be no action taken at this time, but action on a problem area could be scheduled for a subsequent meeting of the Board. Safety and healthcare measures such as the wearing of face masks and social distancing will be followed during a CDC or State or School Board recognized pandemic. Those individuals refusing to follow the safety mitigations set in place will be asked to leave the building. There will be no public input via zoom. There is limited seating in the boardroom so patrons might have to sit in the foyer or the overflow room. If you have a complaint against personnel or students by name, you need to schedule an appointment with the Superintendent.
Those wishing to submit public input but do not plan to attend the board meeting may still provide input to the Board as long as the Public Input Form has been submitted by noon the day of the board meeting. All public input forms received will be forwarded to the Board of Trustees but might not be read aloud. Please do not include the names of students or staff due to FERPA Laws and privacy protection. There will be no action taken at this time. There will be no public input via zoom. If you have a complaint against personnel or students by name, you need to schedule an appointment with the Superintendent.
Patrons/groups wishing to be placed on the board agenda as a delegation to comment or present to the Board must submit in writing a letter to the Superintendent’s Office or Superintendent Administrative Assistant/Clerk of the Board their reason for wanting to be a delegation, or desire to present to the Board no later than the Tuesday prior to the next regular board meeting; There will be no action taken at this time. The Board may decline to hear any matter at its discretion.
COURTESY LIVESTREAMING/RECORDING BOARD MEETINGS:
Livestreaming/recording board meetings is a courtesy to give the public an alternative means of attending the school board meeting with the understanding that should the technology fail, the board meeting will continue as scheduled.