Saturday Community Relations Subcommittee Chat: Metco


Two members of the school board’s community relations subcommittee are hosting a virtual conversation about Metco-related issues from 11 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Oct. 15 on Zoom, subcommittee chair Bill Hayner announced.

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Bill Hayner, Chair, Community Relations Sub-Committee

Meeting ID: 891 5092 6606
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Virtual School Committee Chat Guidelines


1. The School Committee chat session will last approximately 60 minutes.

2. Two members of the school committee will be present to listen and discuss topics with members of the public.

3. When a person is welcomed into the school committee chat:

a. Have 5 minutes to interact with members

b. Identify if they have children in the district and if so, at what level(s)

vs. Be aware that other members of the public may also listen

4. School committee members are there to listen and, if possible, refer people to specific help to solve problems, but do not speak on behalf of the school committee or department.

5. The committee as a whole hopes that members of the public will use this vehicle to share with members things that are:

a. Well in the system

b. Worrying Things

vs. The things they would like to see continue

D. The things they would like to see changed

e. Other

6. Any member of the public is welcome at any school committee talks. However, each Chat designates a specific subgroup in an effort to amplify voices that are not always heard.

7. Members of the public attending the Chat are reminded that it is not a forum to share specific concerns about their own child or specific members of staff. A child’s teacher or building superintendent should be the first point of contact for such issues.

This announcement was published on Wednesday, October 12, 2022, based on information from the city’s website


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