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Auburn school board meeting goes from silent protest to shouting match

July 21, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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With a few exceptions, Auburn Enlarged City School District Board of Education meetings have attracted few if any members of the public over the last few years.

A group of district residents and students held up signs during the public to be heard portion of an Auburn Enlarged City School District Board of Education meeting at Auburn High School Tuesday night as part of a silent protest of the board.

The crowd was packed at an Auburn Enlarged City School District Board of Education meeting at the Auburn High School Library Tuesday night.

With a few exceptions, Auburn Enlarged City School District Board of Education meetings have attracted few if any members of the public over the last few years. But since a district budget hearing in mid-May, residents have been turning out in increasing numbers to air out a variety of concerns.

Video from the public-to-be-heard portion of the Auburn Enlarged City School District Board of Education meeting held July 20.

Rivoli replied that the board extended time for people to speak in January, when various students and adults advocated for the high school name change at a virtual meeting. "You extended the time when everybody was here supporting what your agenda was.

We've had enough, and we will be taking our concerns to the (state education) commissioner. "Following a pause, another voice spoke out in the crowd, and Rivoli said she would speak for that person.

As Rivoli said their group didn't need to be lectured, the board voted to adjourn the meeting. Several people began yelling over each other at this point.

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