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Board Meetings
Next Open Board Meeting:  June 4, 2024 at 1:30 pm

The Board of Education holds an Open Board meeting on the first Tuesday of every month. The meetings are held at the School District Office in Ashcroft.​ The Open Board meeting starts at 1:30 pm.

The Board of Education values public feedback to inform their work and the decisions they make.

There are two ways to engage with the Board of Education at an Open Board meeting, and are guided by Bylaw 1-1 Procedural Bylaw and Bylaw 5-1 Public Participation at Board Meetings


Public Forum is an opportunity for an individual or group to address the board on an item on that day's Open Board meeting agenda.  To participate, an individual shall fill their name and the agenda item concerned on the form provided and present it to the Secretary-Treasurer before the meeting begins, so that times can be scheduled for speakers. 

Requests to address the board virtually during public forum can be sent to the Gold Trail Secretary-Treasurer at, with the speaker's name and the agenda item.  The email subject line should read:  PUBLIC FORUM ITEM 


Following adjournment of the Open Board meeting, a question period of approximately 15 minutes shall be held.  Comments and question from the public or other guests may deal with any topic related to the work of the district.  When speaking in person or virtually, please provide a brief introduction prior to the question or comment. 


The board is committed to providing a safe and respectful environment.  All participants will demonstrate respectful communication in order to foster positive relationships and build understanding between all school district partners.

Undue interruption, or other interference with the orderly conduct of board meetings will not be tolerated.  The chair may terminate the speaker's privilege, if after being called to order, they persist in improper conduct or remarks.