Board Meetings and Agendas

Notice of public meeting:

Board of Education Meeting Agendas and Materials 

May 28 Board Meeting

On Tuesday, May 28, 2024, the Poudre School District Board of Education will convene a business meeting at 5:30 p.m. in the Boardroom located in the Johannsen Support Services Center, 2407 Laporte Avenue, Fort Collins. 

Due to space constraints, a limited number of public seats will be available. Once capacity has been reached, no one else will be allowed into the building. Members of the public are encouraged to watch the meeting live here or on Comcast/Xfinity channel 10.  

The meeting agenda and subsequent materials can be found here. 

PSD continues to be a mask-friendly district and supports those who choose to wear a mask or not. Protocols could change at any time between the receipt of this posting and the meeting itself. Members of the community are expected to follow current PSD COVID protocols when in PSD buildings.

During the meeting, community members will have an opportunity to make remarks in person only. To provide comments during the Board meeting, members of the public must sign up to speak in advance. If sign up reaches capacity you are invited to share your questions or comments with the Board of Education via email at boe@psdschools.org. Those who have signed up before the stated deadline will receive an email acknowledgment and instructions on how to make remarks to the Board during the meeting. Please do not sign up to speak unless you plan to attend. The form to sign up can be found here. To sign up to speak, please complete the form no later than 5:00 p.m. on the day prior to the meeting. Note: The Board President may impose ad hoc rules before or during the meeting to reasonably limit the total time allotted for community comment or the time allotted per speaker, depending on the number of people signed up to speak. The registration process may be closed early if the Board President determines the capacity for providing public comment has been reached.  

We will consider requests for reasonable accommodations, made under the ADA. Anyone seeking accommodations at these meetings must notify PSD Student Services Director Liz Davis at edavis@psdschools.org no later than 5 p.m. on the day prior to the meeting. 

If preferred, the public can provide comments by email to boe@psdschools.org. These comments will not be read live at the Board meeting or included in the meeting minutes.

The Board typically allocates between 30 and 45 minutes to public comment and will provide access to as many speakers as is deemed reasonable by the Board President. To manage the Board's and the public's time in the most efficient manner, the time given to each speaker is usually limited to three (3) minutes. However, the Board President may impose ad hoc rules before or during the meeting to reasonably limit the total time allotted for community comment, depending on the number of people signed up to speak. Generally, during the meeting, the Board does not participate in dialogue with the community. If one or more Board members choose to respond to a speaker's comments, debate with the speaker is not invited and the speaker is thereafter not entitled to make additional comments. The speaker is asked to return to their seat or leave the building if there are no available seats, immediately after making remarks. 

The opportunity for the public to make remarks is made available as a courtesy for the public to address issues, not personalities. Use of profanity, remarks about personnel issues and student discipline are not allowed. Sales pitches, promotions, or solicitations for a company, service, or product are not permitted. Anyone who exceeds the time limit or does not abide by the guidelines outlined above may be asked to leave. Anyone who is asked to leave and does not will be considered to be trespassing and will be removed from the building. 

 

Meetings

Except as otherwise provided on the school calendar and unless canceled or postponed by action of the Board, regular meetings of the Board of Education shall be held on the second and fourth Tuesday of each calendar month beginning at the times specified in the public notice of each such meeting provided as required by law.

 

Community Comment at Meetings

Board meetings are open to the public, and members of the public have an opportunity to speak in-person during community comment. To provide comments during the board meeting, members of the public must sign up to speak in advance. A sign-up form is made available for each specific meeting when meeting information is posted on this page. Meeting agendas are typically posted on the Thursday or Friday prior to each meeting. The sign-up form is available from the time the meeting agenda is posted until 5 p.m. on the Monday preceding the meeting. Those who have signed up before the deadline will receive an email acknowledgment and instructions on how to make remarks to the board during the meeting.

The board president may impose ad hoc rules before or during the meeting to reasonably limit the total time allotted for community comment or the time allotted per speaker, depending on the number of people signed up to speak. The registration process may be closed early if the board president determines the capacity for providing public comment has been reached.  

 

Meeting Norms

This is a time for people to share their perspectives, and not intended as time for back-and-forth conversations with board members. We are collectively committed to our community’s children and strive to create and model environments in which respectful dialogue may occur as part of the democratic process.

We ask for everyone’s commitment to the following as they attend and engage in PSD board meetings:  

  • Respect | We may not all agree but should strive to be respectful of one another and our individual views.  
  • Listen | We expect to create a space where one individual may speak while board directors, staff and meeting attendees listen to what they have to say.
    • We ask that attendees not interject or interrupt community comments or board discussions.
    • The board will not respond to questions from attendees during the meeting. 

 

Electronic Board Meetings

If needed, board meetings may be held electronically in compliance with C.R.S. 22-32-108 and board Policy 3.12. The location of each board meeting will be specified on the board meeting agenda.  

 

Contacting the Board

Community members may contact the board about meeting agenda topics or other issues by emailing boe@psdschools.org. Emails sent or received are subject to Colorado Open Records law and may be made public. Board members may or may not elect to respond to comments sent to boe@psdschools.org.

Recordings of board meetings: Board of Education's Video on Demand

 

Other Events 

Two or more members of the board may, on occasion, attend district or community events that are not convened by the board to discuss business of the school board. Examples of these events include high school graduations, school plays or celebratory events.

Listening Sessions and Community Engagement for Long-Range Planning

Two or more members of the board may attend the following listening sessions, which are open to the public:

  • Wednesday, March 20, 7:30-8:30 a.m. - Timnath Middle-High School
  • Wednesday, March 20, 6:00-8:00 p.m. - Fort Collins High School
  • Monday, March 25,11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. - ITC Aspen 1 and 2 in the PSD Support Services Complex
  • Monday, March 25, 6:00-8:00 p.m. - Rocky Mountain High School
  • Wednesday, March 27, 6:00-7:00 p.m. - Online  
  • Thursday, March 28, 5:30-7:30 p.m. - Lincoln Middle School
  • Thursday, April 4, 6:00-8:00 p.m. - PSD Future Ready Center (Spanish) 
  • Tuesday, April 16, 5:30-10:00 p.m. - Poudre High School
  • Tuesday, June 4, 5:30-10:00 p.m. - Fort Collins High School
  • TBD session for those who speak Arabic  
     

Meeting Minutes

2023-24 School Year

2022-23 School Year

2021-22 School Year

School Board1

Past Minutes

For minutes not listed, email jbrunner@psdschools.org.

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Superintendent

Learn about district priorities on the Superintendent's web page.

School Board

District Policies

Question about policies? See the District Policies web page.