THANK YOU for engaging with the Klamath Falls City Schools Board of Education through the Public Comment process. The Board of Education welcomes comments from district residents and believes that strong community engagement and outreach are important components of a successful school system.
SPECIAL NOTICE: The KFCS Board of Education meetings will be conducted virtually until further notice.
PUBLIC COMMENT: Those wishing to attend the board meetings in-person at the Lucile O'Neill Education Center, may complete and submit to the board secretary, an Intent to Speak form prior to the meeting being called to order at 6:00 PM. Additionally, the board will accept public comments in written format and electronically submitted via this form. All electronically submitted comments must be received no later than 12:00 PM (noon) on the day of the meeting. Please note that all written comments submitted prior to the cutoff time will be made available to the public and the Board of Education during the Public Comment segment of the meeting, and will be read aloud. Comments submitted after 12:00 PM (noon) on the day of a meeting will be read at the next regular meeting of the Board of Education. Public comment submitted without a verifiable name, address, phone, and email will not be read into the record.
DECORUM: Civility, decorum, and respect for the functioning and dignity of the Board of Education shall be maintained at all times. In keeping with this, the Chair will not approve the posting of written public comments that are breaches of decorum or of the rules set forth in Policy BDDH Public Comment at Board Meetings (this includes submissions for which identifying information including name and address cannot be verified). Topics such as personnel matters, pending appearls, specific student disciplinary matters or those which constitute commercial solicitations are not permitted. Disparaging remarks, personal attacks and inflammatory comments about specific schools, personnel or Board members are not permitted. Speakers who engage in these comments will be reminded of the rules, and the Board reserves the right to remove the speaker from the agenda.