Board of Education Regular Meeting June 16, 2021 at 6:00 pm

on June 11, 2021

The Regular Meeting of the Board of Education will be held on Wednesday, June 16, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. at Monroe-Woodbury High School, 155 Dunderberg Road, Central Valley. This meeting provides an opportunity to recognize student achievement during the 2020-2021 academic year.

The public is invited to attend in person following the Seating Reservations and COVID Screening protocols listed below. Please enter the high school using the Music Wing entrance on Level B. Attendees will need to show their COVID-19 screening pass upon entering the building. Please note that masks are still required inside New York public schools.

The meeting will also be livestreamed on the district’s YouTube channel @MWCSD1.

The complete Agenda will be available prior to the meeting on the district’s BoardDocs site.


Important note regarding public health requirements

Seating Reservations

  • Due to social distancing mandates, anyone wishing to attend the Board Meeting in person must contact Donna Vitucci, District Clerk, by emailing [email protected] or calling 845-460-6200, ext. 6203 in advance of the meeting.
  • Please enter the high school using the Music Wing entrance.

COVID Screening

  • Members of the public attending the meeting must complete the Daily COVID Screening which is located on the district homepage in QuickLinks below the INSPIRE 20-21 logo. When this form is completed on your phone, an entry pass screen is created that must be presented at the High School Music Wing Security Desk for admittance to the meeting. Please have it available on your phone when you arrive.

Public Comments for meetings/public hearings

Please note that Public Comments may be offered at the meeting. Those wishing to comment should sign up on the lectern in the High School Auditorium, submitting the form to the District Clerk no later than 10 minutes prior to the start of the Board meeting.

Public Comment Guidelines, per BOE policy, are as follows:

  • Public comments must be related to agenda items.
  • Speakers are allotted three minutes per comment. This equates to approximately 450 words in writing.
  • The total public comment period is limited to 30 minutes.
  • Please limit comments to one representative per organization or group.
  • Although the Board of Education welcomes comments about programs offered by the District and the efforts of its staff, the discussion of matters relating to specific individuals is expressly prohibited.
  • Please be aware that Board members and the Superintendent typically do not respond to statements at the Board meeting. Responses to questions or concerns are provided at the subsequent Board meeting.

In Person Comment Form

Policy # 3220 – Public Participation at BOE Meetings