NASHVILLE – After several months of holding two sessions per month, the Nash-Rocky Mount Board of Education voted on Monday to return to meeting just one day a month on a regular basis and to change the time for school board meetings.
“I like the idea of the workshop meeting and the school board meeting both being held on the same day,” school board Chairwoman Evelyn Bulluck said. “Last year, and for two or three years before that, this worked quite well.”
Traditionally, the Nash-Rocky Mount school board met twice a month, holding a regular school board meeting on the first Monday of each month and a work session to determine a consent agenda usually on the third Monday of each month. (Source: Read more)