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Board Meetings

The Board's business meetings and study sessions are open to the public

School Board meetings are meetings at which the Board conducts the business of the School District. Anyone can attend a School Board meeting and Study Session to observe the proceedings. All School Board Meetings and Study Sessions are held at the PSD Administrative Office (1215 W. Lewis St, Pasco) in the Board Room or online via livestream. Public parking and the main entrance are located on the north side of the building at W. Clark St.

While the Board conducts its business in English, a Spanish translator is available at all regular meetings. Translators for other languages may be arranged with prior notification.


Regular Board Meetings are held at 6:30 pm in-person or via livestream

  • Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month, except for once monthly meetings in July and December, unless otherwise posted
  • Each regular meeting is preceded by a 4:30 p.m. study or executive session, unless otherwise posted
  • View the current Meeting Calendar

Study Sessions
Study sessions are opportunities for the Board to learn more about a specific topic. No decisions are made at study sessions. 

Board retreats are scheduled whenever the Board wishes to explore or learn about an issue in depth without taking action.

Special Board Meetings
Special Board meetings are public meetings called for a specific purpose

Executive Sessions
From time to time, the Board will meet in executive session, often before or after a business meeting. These sessions are not open to the public. They are limited to specific topics such as personnel matters or acquisition of real estate.

Public Comments

The Pasco School Board recognizes the value of public input on educational issues. For that reason, at each School Board meeting, there is an agenda item titled “Audience Comments,” during which school-related associations and members of the public are invited to give testimony. Individual comments must be less than 2 minutes in duration. 

Community members who wish to make a public comment must complete the sign-in sheet upon arrival. While the School Board invites members of the public to share comments, the School Board will not respond to questions during the business meeting. The Superintendent or a designee will follow-up with you after the meeting if action is needed. Instead of speaking at a meeting, you may also send an email to the Board.

Virtual Comments

Community members may also make live public comments virtually by joining the Zoom link. Zoom attendees will be asked to raise their digital hand in Zoom if they would like to make a comment. When called on, the commenter will be unmuted for 2 minutes, then muted when their time is up.