CAMDEN, NJ — The Camden City School District announced the advisory board meeting scheduled for Tuesday night has been canceled.
The regular July meeting was to be held at Thomas H. Dudley Family School.
District personnel could not be reached for comment on the matter. A post on the district's website initially revealed the news on Thursday, July 18, and was corrected Monday.
The district previously called off a May 15 meeting that was to serve as a report on staffing for the upcoming year. In its place, Superintendent of Schools Katrina McCombs and members of the district team in June held a town hall at Veterans Memorial School, addressing questions and concerns from the community.
Then at a June 25 advisory board meeting, McCombs discussed updates for the 2019-20 year, including the restructuring of some district schools.
The next advisory board meeting and final before the new school year is set for Tuesday, Aug. 27.