The Bethel Park Board of School Directors will hold a combined reorganization meeting, committee meeting, and regular meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 8 at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held virtually. Click here to learn how you can join in. The meeting will be held virtually. COVID-19-related restrictions on the number of individuals that can safely be in a room together have necessitated that the meeting will be held virtually.
You Can Participate In The Meeting
- The agenda for the meeting will be available online by clicking here.
- During the meeting you can see the agenda live on the web by clicking here.
- The public is invited to watch the meetings as they unfold via Facebook Live at https://www.facebook.com/bethel.park.52.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a different Facebook page than Bethel Park School District's official Facebook page (@bpsdinfo). This page has been created specifically for sharing School Board Meetings via Facebook Live. The following day, the meeting will be shared on the District's "official" Facebook page.
- Public comments will be accepted during both public comments sections of the meeting. Individuals have the opportunity to voice their opinions and/or concerns to the board and the community during a public meeting of the Bethel Park board of school directors by completing this form. Please be reminded that public comments at the beginning of each meeting are reserved for agenda items only. Public comments about non-agenda as well as agenda items can be shared at the end of the meetings. Also, only those who include their name, address, and confirmation of residency will be permitted to comment in public meetings.
Board Policy 006.3 limits each public comment to 2 minutes in duration, and we ask that the public bear this in mind when emailing public comments. The District will reserve its right to limit public comments that exceed 2 minutes read aloud.
The meetings will also be videotaped by BPTV
and re-broadcast on the cable channel as well as its YouTube Channel
The above measures provide for the safety of all Bethel Park community members, while ensuring that essential business is still conducted.