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Posted on June 10, 2021

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School board members are shown during the Nash County Board of Education's joint meeting with the Edgecombe County Board of Education on May 10. The meeting was livestreamed on YouTube.

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School board members are shown during the Nash County Board of Education's joint meeting with the Edgecombe County Board of Education on May 10. The meeting was livestreamed on YouTube.

NASHVILLE — The Nash County Board of Education is set to hold a policy committee meeting on Tuesday.

The meeting, scheduled for 4 p.m., will be held remotely and electronically to honor social distancing requirements related to the coronavirus pandemic, according to information provided by Christine Catalano, the school district’s executive director of strategic planning and engagement.

“Nash County Public Schools is committed to providing opportunities for members of the public to view/listen to the meeting in a way that resembles as closely as possible the normal processes for in-person public meetings,” Catalano said in a news release.

The public will have access to view all public portions of the committee meeting using the live video stream by visiting www.youtube.com/c/PRDptment.

Anyone who requires disability accommodations or anticipates trouble accessing the live video stream is encouraged to contact Catalano at 252-462-2858 or chcatalano@ncpschools.net prior to the day of the meeting to explore whether alternative arrangements can be made for viewing the meeting.

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