• Board of Education Meeting PUBLIC COMMENTS:
    The following information is provided to help you understand how the Board of Education operates with respect to public comments during its board meetings. The board president will read the following preamble, as needed, just prior to the public comment section of the agenda.
    This is the public comment portion of our meeting for comment on those items not listed on today's agenda. For those that would like to comment on specific agenda items, please hold those comments until we request them during the discussion on that specific item.
    To ensure that everyone has an opportunity to participate, we have a few guidelines:
    • Anyone intending to address the Board should complete one of the public comment cards located in the back of the room and return it to Eliza Robison, Secretary to the Board. I will then call on speakers in the order in which cards are received.
    • Speakers' comments are limited to three (3) minutes. If your topic requires additional time, board members are always available for more in depth discussion on an individual basis. Please feel free to contact any board member directly.
    • If more than one person wishes to speak on the same topic, speakers are asked to provide only new information. Please, do not repeat views already expressed by other speakers.
    • Please refrain from making complaints or negative comments regarding individual students or specific district employees. 
    Thank you in advance for your participation.
    Please give notice ahead of time via email to Heidi Godomsky at hgodomsky@aspenk12.net with your topic; and/or CLICK HERE to fill out the electronic public comment form!  
    Public comment cards are available at the meeting from the Secretary to the Board, Heidi Godomsky. As soon as you have the card filled out, please turn it back in to Angela. Public comments have a specified time frame and speakers typically will be asked to speak in the order in which they sign up until such time allotted expires. Please be thoughtful and constructive with your comments.