The TRES PTA is aware of the proposed 2020-2021 redistricting plan and how it may impact our community. We encourage all members of our community to make your voice heard and either testify in person at the Sept 26th BOE hearing, or submit written testimony via email/usps to the BOE. The information below regarding how to testify was excerpted from the HCPSS BOE Boundary Review website.
Thursday, September 26, 7 p.m: Families currently zoned for Glenelg HS, Marriotts Ridge HS, Reservoir HS, River Hill HS.
To testify in person at the BOE hearing you must:
Call 410-313-7346, 1584 or 7194, or appear in person at the Board Office (10910 Clarksville Pike, Ellicott City, M-F, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.) to pre-register to speak. Note, registration to speak will not be permitted at the meetings.
Speakers are requested to provide 12 copies of their testimony for distribution to Board members and staff. Written testimony will be posted on BoardDocs to the appropriate part of the online agenda following the meeting. Your testimony should include your full name(s) and polygon number.
To provide written testimony: (INCLUDE YOUR POLYGON NUMBER!)
Providing Written Testimony via USPS Mail and Email - Community members who are unable to attend your region’s public hearing may provide written testimony to the Board. Equal consideration is given to written and oral testimony. The Board will begin receiving written testimony on Wednesday, August 21, after the Superintendent’s recommendation has been presented. Individuals may submit written testimony via USPS mail (Board of Education, 10910 Clarksville Pike, Ellicott City, MD 21042) or email to firstname.lastname@example.org only.
All Board members have access to this account and will read all testimony submitted.Written testimony will not be edited before posting online—no personal information will be removed. It is highly recommended that testimony sent via email be submitted as an attachment. All written testimony should include your full name(s) and polygon number. (Get your Polygon Number using the School Locator →)Written testimony will be received until 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 19, 2019.
Persons are expected to exhibit civil behavior in accordance with Policy 1000 Civility. Any testimony submitted that does not follow Policy 1000 will not be posted or considered. Residents are reminded that written testimony, including identifying information, is considered public information and, as such, is subject to the Maryland Public Information Act.Testimony should not be sent to individual Board members or BOE@hcpss.org.
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