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Posted on July 23, 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 4 p.m. meeting will be held in person, with a remote viewing option available.

In response to COVID-19 guidance from state health officials, capacity limits have been increased at Board of Education meetings, and limited social distancing is in effect. Face coverings are strongly encouraged for any member of the public who is not fully vaccinated, including children under age 12.

Members of the public who want to attend a board meeting are asked to sign up until further capacity restrictions are removed, according to information from Christine Catalano, executive director of communication, planning and engagement for Nash County Public Schools.

To sign up to attend the meeting in person, contact Catalano at 252-462-2858 or chcatalano@ncpschools.net.

A live video stream of the meeting will be available at www.youtube.com/c/PRDptment.

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