• Board of Education Meetings

    The Regular scheduled Board of Education meeting dates for school year 2022-2023 are listed below. In general, Regular Board of Education meetings are the first and third Tuesday of the month. Unless noted below, meetings start at 7:30 p.m. in the PLCC room at Central Administration, 105 South Madison Avenue, Spring Valley, NY 10977. The Regular meeting calendar is adopted at the July Organization meeting and is posted on the website following that  meeting. Any changes to the time or location for regular meetings will be provided in the District Clerk Announcements for a specific meeting, as well as in social media, when possible.

    Check District Clerk Announcements, on the District Clerk page, or the District Home page, for specific meeting locations, times, YouTube live-stream video link and updates. Announcements are posted not later than the Friday before the Board meeting. Special Board meetings are announced in the District Clerk Announcements as needed.

    Board of Education Meeting Videos

    Board of Education Meetings are live-streamed to YouTube. The videos of the current and recent Board of Education virtual meetings are available by clicking here and making your selection from the YouTube playlist.

    Board Meeting

     2024-25 Scheduled Regular Board of Education Meeting Dates  

    Board Meeting Date Day
    July 2, 2024 Tuesday
    July 30, 2024 Tuesday
    August 13, 2024 Tuesday
    August 27, 2024 Tuesday
    September 10, 2024 Tuesday
    September 24, 2024 Tuesday
    October 8, 2024 Tuesday
    October 29, 2024 Tuesday
    November 18, 2024 Monday
    December 10, 2024 Tuesday
    January 7, 2025 Tuesday
    January 21, 2025 Tuesday
    February 11, 2025 Tuesday
    March 4, 2025 Tuesday
    March 18, 2025 Tuesday
    April 8, 2025 Tuesday
    April 22, 2025 Tuesday
    May 6, 2025 Tuesday
    May 20, 2025 Tuesday. Budget Vote & Trustee Election, Meeting starts at 8:30 p.m.
    June 4, 2025 Wednesday
    June 17, 2025 Tuesday, If Budget Revote needed then meeting starts at 8:30 p.m.
    July 1, 2025 Tuesday , Tentative 2025-26 Organization Meeting

    Public Participation and Public Comment at Board Meetings

    How You Can Participate

    All schools and school events, inclusive of Board of Education meetings, should be places where mutual respect is practiced and reinforced and where all persons in attendance treat each other with courtesy, politeness and mutual consideration, regardless of differences of opinion.

    Community residents are invited and encouraged to attend all regular meetings, public hearings, and all other meetings of the Board and its committees. In accordance with the Open Meeting Law, executive sessions are not open to the public.

    Public Speaking

    Residents of the District  may address the Board at regular meetings during the agenda item on Public Speaking. Click here to see the policy on Public Participation at Board Meetings. To address the Board, you must submit a request to the District Clerk on a speaker's request card. Speaker Request cards are available from the District Clerk immediately prior to the start of the meeting. Fully completed cards must be returned to the District Clerk before the scheduled start of the meeting. Those recognized by the President may address the Board. Speakers must limit their remarks to three minutes. If reading from a prepared statement, a copy should be given to the District Clerk.  Speakers who wish to give any documents or materials to the Board must give them to the District Clerk before the scheduled start of the meeting. Speakers are asked to be mindful of the District's Civility and Decorum policy, and to address the Board in a courteous way.  

    Exceptions to Public Speaking

    If you have concerns about your child or other school-related matters, you are asked to first try to resolve them at the level most directly involved - usually the classroom teacher or school principal. The Board will not permit discussions in public sessions involving individual district personnel, any Board agent, or students. Persons wishing to discuss matters involving individual district personnel or students should present their comments and/or concerns to the Superintendent during regular business hours.