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Zoom Meetings

Past Workshop and Meeting YouTube Recordings can be found on the South Whidbey School District YouTube Channel

Please note the zooms meeting and workshop links are recurring -- same link for every meeting, and the same link for every workshop

When: This is a recurring webinar
Topic: School Board Business Meeting & Workshops

Please click the link below to join the webinar:
Passcode: 234129
Or One tap mobile : 
    US: +12532158782,,88159793362#  or +16699006833,,88159793362# 
Or Telephone:
    Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):
        US: +1 253 215 8782  or +1 669 900 6833  or +1 719 359 4580  or +1 346 248 7799  or +1 669 444 9171  or +1 646 931 3860  or +1 689 278 1000  or +1 301 715 8592  or +1 309 205 3325  or +1 312 626 6799  or +1 360 209 5623  or +1 386 347 5053  or +1 507 473 4847  or +1 564 217 2000  or +1 646 876 9923 
Webinar ID: 881 5979 3362
    International numbers available:

The agendas can be reviewed on BoardDocs

Per state law, members of the public are not required, as a condition to attendance at a meeting of a governing body, to register their name and other information, to complete a questionnaire, or otherwise to fulfill any condition precedent to their attendance. RCW 42.30.040

Public Comment

Opportunity for citizens to address the School Board. (5 minutes each)
Citizens must sign up for public comments prior to New Business. Sign-up sheets are at the center podium or with the Recorder.
The board meeting is a meeting of the board, held in public. It is not a public forum. As such, the policy of the Board is to adhere to “Roberts Rules of Order”. Those patrons wishing to address the Board, present petitions, or speak to any item on the agenda are required to sign-up to speak. We take public comments from those in-person first, and then  read comments from those participating online. All comments MUST be accompanied by the speaker’s name and location. The school board will not usually respond to comments beyond thanking the speaker for sharing their opinion.
Each speaker will have no more than 5 minutes to speak, and public comment will last no longer than 45 minutes. To ensure equity of access, those online will be limited to a single comment to be addressed to the board, just as those in-person are -- unless the comment continues through multiple uses of the Q&A function, in which case all continued comments will be read, up to the 5-minute time limit.
As a governing board, the Directors value your thoughts and comments. The Board asks for your cooperation in respecting the following guidelines:
  • Comments should be addressed directly to the Board as a whole. Normally the Board will not respond or engage in dialogue at this time. The Chairperson may indicate the intent of the Board regarding any necessary response by the District and will communicate through the superintendent.
  • Patrons with questions or concerns are requested to attempt to resolve problems through use of existing administrative channels before those concerns are brought to the Board.
  • The public meeting forum is not appropriate for those comments which directly or indirectly register complaints against an individual staff member. Individuals should bring those concerns through the system, preferably starting with the individual. At that time in the process, the Board will receive such concerns in writing and will then determine whether it is appropriate to schedule a closed hearing to hear the complaint further. Derogatory remarks against any individual are never appropriate.
  • Comments pertaining to legal areas or issues for which the District has engaged legal counsel will be received by the Board in writing.
  • It is inappropriate to use these comments to make derogatory personal remarks. To quote Policy #1400: “However, the board recognizes the distinction between uncivil discourse, which it will not tolerate, and comments about the board, district, and / or staff that are negative yet still civil in nature.” For those in-person, comments which violate this standard will be stopped and the speaker will be asked to rephrase. For those participating online, the leadership team member reading the comment will attempt to edit out derogatory comments but retain the general content of the comment. You can attack an idea, but not a person.
  • As an example, saying that Director Willeford is a fool is a derogatory personal remark. Saying that Director Willeford’s choice to repeat the same example is a foolish decision is not,  because it addresses the action rather than the person.
Please see the district website: - School Board – for further information and policies.

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