At the upcoming Wayne County Board of Education Meeting on October 31, Board members will go paperless for the first time. Through BoardDocs, an online governmental meeting solution, meeting agendas and supporting documents will now be accessible online to Board members and to the public.
“We feel like going paperless will not only save time and printing resources, but it will also provide the public greater access to agendas and other meeting-related items,” states Dr. Michael Dunsmore, WCPS Superintendent. “Not only will meeting agenda information be available online prior to board meetings, but after the meeting, members of the public can review the action taken by our Board on specific agenda items along with the voting results.”
BoardDocs will be accessible from the district website, www.waynecountyschools.org. All documents associated with the meeting are automatically archived and can be accessed by meeting date or by using the BoardDocs search feature. In addition to paperless meetings, the district plans to move its online Board of Education Policy Manual to BoardDocs to help keep important Board of Education information together in one area.