School Board Meetings
Membership on the School Board requires attendance at a variety of meetings held every month as well as participation on district committees and community group assignments. Unless otherwise allowable under state statute, all School Board Meetings must be open to the public so that the public has the opportunity to see and hear all discussion, testimony and vote. Regular meetings are generally held at 7 p.m. on the third Monday of each month, in room 349 of the Edina Community Center (5701 Normandale Rd, Edina). Work Session are held in room 350.
The Board has resumed conducting its meetings in-person. Pursuant to Board action, masks are required in the Board Room, as well as all district buildings.
Regular Meetings will continue to be live-streamed and recorded for availability on the district’s YouTube channel and the local cable channel. Board Work Sessions and Special Meetings are live streamed but not recorded.
Public Comment at Meetings
Members of the public may provide comments regarding items on the Board Meeting agenda by printing and completing this form, and providing it to the School Board’s assistant prior to the beginning of the meeting. This form is also available on the table at the entrance to the Board Room.
Regular Meetings, Work Sessions and Special Meetings of the School Board are live streamed on the district's YouTube channel. Click the link or click on the YouTube icon on the footer of every district webpage to watch.
Recorded video of Regular Meetings are posted on the district's YouTube channel the following day. Work Sessions and Special Meetings are not recorded.
Recordings of School Board regular meetings (not work sessions) are aired on SW Community TV, Channel 14:
- Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
- Sundays at 10 a.m.
You can also view full recordings on the Edina Public School's YouTube Channel. Meetings are generally posted to YouTube the following day.
Click below to watch the most recent board meetings.
NOTE: Due to the formatting and submission processes for school board videos to Southwest Community Television and YouTube, school board videos may take up to three business days after recording to become available for viewing.