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ESD School Board Meetings and public comments

LYNNWOOD, Wash., September 13, 2021 — To decrease the public spread of COVID-19, the Snohomish Health District recommends public meetings be held remotely. Therefore, the Edmonds School District School Board will continue with virtual meetings until further notice.

New digital agenda, minutes, video archive system 

The Edmonds School District will use a new digital system for School Board agendas and minutes called “BoardDocs,” beginning with the Tuesday, Sept. 14 meeting. The system combines the agenda and board meeting livestream on one platform, making it easy for the public to follow along during the meetings.

The meeting agenda is available to the public the Friday prior to the Tuesday meeting. For more information on upcoming agendas using our new “BoardDocs” tool, visit our website:

School Board meetings will continue to be live streamed

The community can stream the School Board meetings by clicking on the meeting date and then on the video icon: Archived board meeting videos and agendas will also be available.

Public comments

Those who would like to speak during the virtual meeting may register here until 3p.m. the day of the meeting. The Board will continue to accept written comments, but will not read them aloud. Written comments received will be published with the approved minutes.

The Board will provide up to 30 minutes at each regular meeting during which the public may comment live. If the entire 30 minutes has been used, the board president will have the discretion to provide additional time for comments later in the meeting. The Board encourages public comments; each speakers’ time is limited to 3 minutes. The Board is accountable and responsible to constituents and deeply interested in community feedback. The Board does ask that constituents refrain from comments that are repetitious, profane, irrelevant, or otherwise disruptive.

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