Campbell County School Board Acts Fast to Avoid a Shutdown
The Campbell County School Board is looking ahead to stop a school district shutdown before there’s even the possibility of one.
In order for the school board to conduct regular business, they must have a quorum, which, according to Robert’s Rules of Order, is the minimum number of voting members who must be present. For the Campbell County School Board, that magic number is four.
That is exactly the number of trustees, who are currently slated to attend their next board meeting, Jan. 29. As a precaution, the board unanimously passed a resolution last night, Jan. 22, to allow the district’s administrative staff to conduct normal business in the event one of the four remaining trustees is unable to attend the meeting.