Lake Como Board of Education Meeting on Zoom

Due to the coronavirus, the Lake Como Board of Education will convene a remote meeting through the Zoom web conference communication system.

Information to access the meeting will be posted on the school board website at https://belmar.k12.nj.us/board-of-ed/.

Contact Information
  1. Michael Bardsley, Board Secretary/School Business Administrator
  2. 732-681-8888, ext. 1025
  3. bardsley@belmar.k12.nj.us
Thu, April 29
6:00 pm — 7:00 pm
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Due to the coronavirus, the Lake Como Board of Education will convene a remote meeting through the Zoom web conference communication system.

Information to access the meeting will be posted on the school board website at https://belmar.k12.nj.us/board-of-ed/.

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