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School board to hold executive session on real estate transaction: Julianne’s Playground?

Editor’s note: This meeting notice was provided by the Pelham Union Free School District. The Pelham Examiner publishes notices in the form received as a service to the community.

The Board of Education will meet at 6:30pm on Wednesday, April 3, 2024 in Room 280 in Pelham Middle School, 28 Franklin Place, Pelham, NY 10803. It is anticipated that the Board will immediately consider a motion to enter executive session to discuss the proposed acquisition, sale or lease of real property. The Board is expected to reconvene in public in the Pelham Middle School Library at approximately 7:30pm to continue its review of the preliminary 2024-25 school budget. The meeting can be viewed on YouTube live.

Members of the public may attend the meeting in-person.

At the meeting, the Board will review the the following budget sections:

  • Human Resources/Personnel
  • BOE/Superintendent
  • Benefits
  • Transportation
  • Business Office
  • Facilities

The Board may also review and/or adopt the following policy: 5720 – Transportation of Students. This policy will be available for review on BoardDocs as part of the meeting agenda.

The full meeting agenda will be available approximately 24 hours before the meeting on BoardDocs. To access the agenda once it has been posted, visit and click “Meetings and Coffees” under the “Board of Education” tab. Then click the button for “Agendas and Minutes” and click the link for the “April 3, 2024” meeting.

Please note that the Strategic Planning work session previously scheduled to be part of this meeting has been rescheduled. Additional information will be forthcoming.


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