COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION AT REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETINGS - REGARDING CURRENT ACTION ITEMS:
School Town of Munster staff and students, parent/guardian of current STM student and Town of Munster residents who wish to address the Board regarding the current meeting’s action items must submit a request online (click here for a link) or in-person (at the School Town of Munster Administration Center). Each month the Board Meeting agenda will be posted no later than 7:00 pm on the Thursday prior to the regular School Board meeting.
Online and in person requests to address the Board regarding Current Action Items will be accepted from 7:00 pm on the Thursday prior to the regular School Board meeting until 12:00 pm on the day of the regular School Board meeting.
When registering, speakers will be required to provide their first and last name, home address, email and item they plan to address. To access the action items for this month’s meeting, please click here to view the agenda on BoardDocs. Five minutes before the meeting begins, each registered speaker will be required to present their driver’s license/State ID to Deb Hayes for verification purposes. PLEASE NOTE: Online/in-person registration will close at 12:00 pm CST on the day of the scheduled regular School Board meeting.
There will be a total of 30 minutes allotted for public comment on the current action items. Each registered individual will be limited to 3 minutes. The Board may exercise its discretion in allowing public comment to extend past 30 minutes but is not required to do so. Any person who did not have an opportunity to speak may sign up to speak at the next regular meeting.
Speaker substitutions are not permitted. A speaker may not yield their time to another individual before or during their remarks.
COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION AT REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETINGS - REGARDING GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENTS:
If you wish to address the Board during the “General Public Comments” section of the meeting, please put your name, address, and subject on an index card and give to Deb Hayes before the start of the meeting.
Individual public comments are limited to three (3) minutes with a total of 30 minutes per section.