CAMDEN, NJ — For the first time, the Camden City School District (CCSD) will carry out its monthly board meeting solely online, with the coronavirus pandemic not making it possible to meet in person.
Tuesday's 5:30 p.m. board meeting will be the first since the death of board president Martha Wilson. Details on the process of filling her vacancy are forthcoming, the district said.
"All residents are invited to 'attend' the meeting and/or participate in the public comment portion of the meeting by following [our] directions," the CCSD said in an announcement Friday. "Consistent with the district’s normal practice, the meeting will be recorded and shown on Channel 19 and YouTube."
To watch the live-streamed meeting visit @Camden Public Schools on Facebook. A link will be posted prior to the meeting starting.
Attendees should note that the meeting will not be aired live on Channel 19.
For those looking to comment (only 30 slots of which are available), a sign-in sheet will be made available 24 hours prior to the meeting and close half-an-hour prior to its start.
The school district said, "similar to in-person board meetings, we are requesting individuals seeking to comment at the board meeting sign up in advance."
Per typical operations, all speakers will have three minutes to provide their comments.
At least an hour before the school board meeting starts, the district says it will make the agenda available at www.camden.k12.nj.us/divisions/ccsd_advisory_board.
Anyone with questions on signing up to public comments or finding the agenda, can reach out to email@example.com.