Board of Trustees holds Community Input Meeting Monday


Roy Nitzan

The Frisco ISD Board of Trustees is hosting a Community Input Meeting Monday at 6:30. Each speaker will be given three minutes to speak.

Caroline Caruso, Editor-In-Chief

The Frisco ISD Board of Trustees will continue in its series of Community Input Meetings in the auditorium of the Administration Building Monday, beginning at 6:30 p.m.

The gatherings aim to give stakeholders an opportunity to provide input and voice their inquiries regarding district-related issues. 

According to the district’s website: “Speakers may speak on any topic related to Frisco ISD business or operations. This differs from speaking at regular Board meeting when community members may only provide comments regarding all items on the agenda.”

Stakeholders will follow the order in which they registered to speak and will be given three minutes to speak in front of district leaders. 

Community questions and answers will be posted on the webpage three days following the meeting. For more information, visit the Board Operating Procedures