Geneva School District 304 sent an email notice Friday afternoon amending the Monday special board meeting agenda to include a policy on "picketing, public protests, and First Amendment rights."
The policy text is not included in the email notice or the School District website but is likely to outline when and where picketing takes place on school grounds and other policy issues should a teachers strike take place. The Geneva Education Association has submitted its intent to strike notice, and a strike could take place as soon as Nov. 9.
The full agenda can be found on the boardbook portion of the School District 304 website.
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