Board Meeting Live Stream
Each Board of Education meeting is livestreamed via YouTube Live. The upcoming Board of Education meeting will appear above by the time of the meeting. Any member of the public is able to view the meetings live while they are taking place via YouTube Live, or to access the video recording at any point after the meeting.
Recordings from previous meetings, as well as the agenda and meeting documents, are available on our Board Docs site.
For meeting times and locations and procedures for in-person attendance at Board meetings, click here: Meeting Dates & Locations.
Public Comment at Virtual Meetings:
Members of the public are able to participate in the Public Comment portion of a Board of Education meeting (one-way communication) by providing a comment (3-minute limit).
At virtual Board of Education meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic, members of the public wishing to participate in the Public Comment portion of the meeting will have the option of submitting a video recording or a written submission.
All public comments,whether a video recording or a written submission, must adhere to the Ken-Ton School District's Guidelines for Public Comment. Any comments that violate these guidelines will be excluded. Please note the following:
- Written submissions and video submissions must include the individual's name and address.
- Video submissions will be limited to 3 minutes (any videos exceeding 3 minutes in length will be ended after 3 minutes have passed).
- Public comments cannot include charges or complaints against individual District employees or Board members (no references to specific individuals)
- Public comments cannot include defamatory, abusive or vulgar language.
To submit a comment in writing, members of the public may use the Chat feature in YouTube Live or email their comment to firstname.lastname@example.org. These comments will be compiled in a publicly accessible document. Comments must be submitted prior to the Public Comment portion of the meeting.
To submit a video recording, send it to email@example.com. You will be contacted if there are any technical difficulties with the video file you provided. Videos will be played during the public comment portion of the meeting. Videos must be submitted no later than 12 p.m. the day of the meeting.
To Comment in YouTube Live Chat:
To submit your comment using the YouTube Live chat feature, simply click the field where the words "Say Something" are displayed, type your comment exactly as you wish it to appear, and then click the "Send" icon (). You will need to submit your comment prior to the beginning of the Public Comment portion of the meeting, which will begin shortly after 6:30 p.m. In your comment, please provide your name and address and specify the topic.