The Hornell CSD Board of Education meetings are held in the High School Library, 134 Seneca Street, Hornell, NY. The regular meetings will be held on the first Wednesday of each month at 5:15 p.m. , unless otherwise noted.
Please note that meeting dates are subject to change. You may look at the web calendar for updates. Occasionally, a meeting may need to be rescheduled due to inclement weather. Exceptions may also be made to avoid conflicts with religious holy days, state and national conferences, or school recess periods.
- Wed., July 12, 2023 (Reorg)
- Wed., August 23, 2023
- Wed., September 6, 2023
- Wed., October 4, 2023
- Mon., October 23, 2023 (Special Meeting)
- Wed., December 6, 2023
- Wed., January 3, 2024
- Wed., February 7, 2024
- Wed., March 6, 2024
- Wed., March 27, 2024 (Budget Workshop if needed)
- Wed., April 3, 2024 (Regular Meeting)
- Wed., April 17, 2024 (BOCES Budget)
- Tues., May 7, 2024 (public hearing on budget at 6 p.m. / meeting at immediately following)
- Tues., May 21, 2024 (HS Cafeteria @ 9:30 p.m. – Budget Vote/Election)
- Wed., June 12, 2024
Public Participation at Board of Education Meetings
The Board of Education encourages public participation at its meetings and recognizes its responsibility to hear public comment. An acknowledgment of the public comment will be provided as appropriate. As a matter of practice, the Board of Education does not engage in dialogue/debate during the public comment period. Although the Board of Education welcomes comments about programs offered by the District and the efforts of its staff, the discussion of matters relating to specific individuals or students is prohibited.
The Board has established a participation process concerning public interaction. Prior to the scheduled starting time of the meeting, persons wishing to address the Board shall so advise the Board President in writing on a form provided by the District. All requests to speak on agenda or non-agenda items should be made on the Request to Address Board of Education form (2370-E) and should be submitted to the District Clerk prior to the start of the meeting.
The Board will entertain comments from the public on any issue with a time limit of five (5) minutes per person and a maximum of 15 minutes per topic. Comments should be addressed to the President of the Board (not individual Board members, staff, or other persons attending the meeting) who reserves the right to limit the time of all speakers for the purpose of conducting regular Board of Education business.