March 19, 2020 update: Board Meetings being temporarily conducted remotely
Beginning with the March 19, 2020 Regular Board meeting, the following changes are being made:
Members of the public may submit a request to make a Public Comment by telephone through this Public Comments form also located in BoardDocs, beginning 15 minutes before a Board meeting. Those that submit a public comment form will be called via telephone at the number they provided in the form. If the person does not answer, the Board President will move onto the next public comment request. Oral presentations/communications to the Board are limited to three minutes per person and twenty minutes per topic.
On March 17, 2020, Governor Newsom issued Executive Order N-29-20, which temporarily suspended parts of the Brown Act during the countywide shelter-in-place. We are adapting to this, while still providing the public with an opportunity to observe and participate in Board meetings. We look forward to the time these meetings can resume to be conducted in-person.
***The Board of Trustees generally meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the Month at the Campbell Union High School District Office located at 3235 Union Avenue, San Jose, California, 95124. Regular Board meetings begin at 5:00 PM and then adjourn to Closed Session. Open Session begins at approximately 6:00 PM. During the months of July and August, the Board of Trustees meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month. All times are approximate.
Board Agendas and supporting documents can be found in BoardDocs. Regular Board meetings are also typically live-streamed. To follow along with the agenda during the Board meeting, please use your preferred electronic device or print a copy of the agenda before arriving at the Board meeting using the BoardDocs link:
View the agenda at : CUHSD BoardDocs
View recorded Board meetings at: Recorded Board meetings
The Board of Trustees encourages your participation in its deliberations. If you wish to address the Board on an item that is not on the agenda, you may speak during the public comments, which is generally held at the first opportunity between otherwise regularly scheduled agenda Board items occurring after 6:00 PM. Board Trustees are legally prohibited from discussing non-agenda items and, therefore, will not respond to items presented in the public comments on non-agenda Items.
Board agendas are very full and time is limited. For that reason, we request that you speak only once on an item, and that you limit your remarks to a maximum of three minutes when addressing an agenda item or speaking in the public hearing.
If numerous individuals request to speak on a particular item or in the public hearing, the total time per topic is limited to 20 minutes.
If you wish to address the Board on an agenda item, please obtain a blue card that is on the table near the entrance.
Fill the card out completely and give it and any supporting materials (e.g., copies of your remarks, charts or graphs, copies of articles or reports, etc.) to Michelle Alaimo.
Please turn your card in prior to the presentation of the item you wish to address. The staff person will see that your card and materials are presented to the Board President, who will call upon you at the appropriate time during the discussion of that agenda item.
At regular meetings, the Board will follow this format for major agenda items:
During study sessions and special meetings, this format may vary.
A citizen may request an item on the Board Agenda by submitting a written request and supporting information to the Superintendent's Office. The Superintendent, in consultation with the Board President, will determine at which upcoming regular Board meeting the item may be scheduled. The person who requested the item will be allowed three minutes at the meeting to present the information to the Board.
Following this presentation, the Board may address the issue, put the issue on a future agenda for more discussion and action, refer the issue to the administration for follow-up, or take no action.
CUHSD Board Protocols handbook: