The school board sometimes meets via video-teleconference rather than in person, or in a hybrid format. You may watch the live stream through the district's YouTube channel. The board's regular action meetings also stream through the FCPS Video on Demand service; please hover over the Live Streams banner at the top and tap the play button to begin.
In addition, members of the public may gather at the John D. Price Administration Building (450 Park Place) to watch the live streams.
Questions: (859) 381-4104
Web tip: The URL shortcut to this page is fcps.net/virtualmeeting
From Kentucky's attorney general:
KRS 61.826 was amended in 2018 to allow public agencies to conduct any meeting, including a closed meeting, through video teleconference. On March 18, 2020, state Attorney General Daniel Cameron provided guidance on whether they must identify a primary physical location for such meetings per KRS 61.840 during the state of emergency. The opinion, OAG 20-05, finds public agencies are not required to identify a primary physical location for video teleconference meetings given the urgent need for social distancing during the public health crisis. However, while the state of emergency is in effect, agencies are required to identify a website, television station, or other means that the public can access to view the meeting. The opinion notes that public agencies must continue to provide critical services during the emergency declaration and are required to conduct public business in open meetings and permit news media coverage of all meetings. However, providing a physical location for such meetings is not feasible given public health recommendations and guidelines for COVID-19.