Community angered by lack of information at Greenburgh school board meeting

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Community members say they are angry nothing was communicated at a special school board meeting at Woodlands Middle/High School in Greenburgh Monday night.

The school board started the meeting by going immediately into executive session where they stayed for 2 1/2 hours.

Parents say the school board president said the meeting was about safety and security. They say when they finally came back from the executive session, the board discussed the district's sexual harassment policy -- bringing up a resolution to change it to be in accordance with the law.

Nothing was voted on, and some school board members made it clear they needed more time to look over the policy.

The board closed the meeting without taking public comment, leaving community members up in arms.

The district's superintendent declined to comment following the meeting.

 

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