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PTO Board Meeting, Wed. Nov 7 – 7PM: 10720 Sikes Pl Suite 125, Charlotte, NC 28277

MEETING DETAILS: Wednesday, Nov. 7 @ 7pm 

Please be advised that do to a conflict with our normal conference room, our November meeting will be held this Wednesday, Nov. 7 @ 7pm at the following address
Lee Hecht Harrison Conference Room
10720 Sikes Pl Suite 125, Charlotte, NC 28277
This plaza is on the right just after 485 when heading north on Providence and across the street from Promenade on Providence shopping center.
Please arrive promptly by 7pm if you plan to join us so that we can get you into the building before the meeting begins.  Parking is on the back side of the building and you can enter using that door.  Conference room is located in first office on right when entering building.

Public Participation at UDS PTO Board Meetings –

In order to provide for full and open communication with the parents and UDS staff, Union Day School PTO Board authorizes several avenues for the exchange of information, ideas, and opinions. All of the following operate within the framework of the Board’s regular meetings:

  1. Written correspondence may be directed to the PTO President for consideration at a meeting:  pto@uniondaypto.com
  2. There will be a period of up to 30 minutes set aside for parents to address the Board on items of school business. Individuals are limited in their comments to three (3) minutes unless extra time is allowed by the chairperson. When several persons wish to address the Board on one topic, they shall choose one spokesperson.
  3. The chairperson retains the right to limit discussions on a particular question when such discussion becomes libelous, slanderous, personally colored, or unrelated to the topic being considered.

 

All meetings of the PTO Board will be presided over by the chairperson with the purpose of conducting the business of the Board in a responsible and expeditious manner. While the chairman will have authority to regulate and limit public participation within the provisions of this policy, the Board may determine to limit or alter this authority by a majority vote.