The Fulton County Board of Education will meet Tuesday, April 26 for its routinely-held working retreat, beginning at 10 a.m.
The board will adjourn into executive session immediately following the discussion topics at approximately 2:45 p.m. They will then convene for public vote, if needed, on executive session items immediately after executive session.
All meetings of the school board are open to the public unless designated as executive session where, by law, the board must convene in private to discuss land, legal, or personnel items. Any vote resulting from executive session discussion, however, will occur in an open public setting. Social distancing will be practiced at all meetings and hearings, and therefore space for attendees may be reduced.
The meeting will be held at Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein located at 1075 Peachtree St NE Ste 1500, Atlanta, GA 30309.
Talk to State Representative Shea Roberts
The public is invited to join Brookhaven District 3 Councilwoman Madeleine Simmons for the April 2022 edition of her “Mondays With Madeleine” town hall.
State Representative Shea Roberts will join the meeting to give a legislative wrap-up.
“In addition to District 3 updates, please join me for a legislative wrap-up from our District 52 State Representative Shea Roberts,” said Simmons.
The public will be able to weigh in, ask questions and interact by:
- Typing comments into the Facebook Live comment section
- Sending an email to PublicComment@BrookhavenGA.gov
- Participating in the meeting via Zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89623204686
- Dialing in via phone (Use webinar access code 896 2320 4686)
- 301-715-8592, 312-626-6799, 929-436-2866, 253-215-8782, 346-248-7799, or 669-900-6833.
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