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Meeting Schedule

Board Committees Meeting Board Legislative Meeting
August 30 August 17 & 30
September 14 September 21
October 12 October 19
November 9 November 16
  December  7 Reorganization Meeting
January 11 January 18
February 8 February 15
March 8 March 15
April 12 (Proposed Final Budget) April 26
May 10 May 18 (Final Budget)
June 7 June 14
  Not scheduled to meet in July
August 23 (tentative) August 23 (tentative)

: Educational Services & Strategic Planning, Policy, Health & Safety/Government Affairs, Facilities & Operations, Finance, Special Committee: Public Relations & Protocol, Personnel (meets in executive session)

Meeting Location
All work sessions and legislative meetings of the Quaker Valley Board of School Directors are scheduled to begin at 7:00 PM in the Quaker Valley Middle School Auditorium. Any and all work sessions may include a legislative meeting. All date changes for legislative and/or special meetings will be advertised in the Allegheny Times and on the school district website: Location changes will be indicated by signage.

Contacting the Quaker Valley School Board and Speaking at School Board Meetings
Christina DeAngelis
Board Secretary
Phone: 412-749-3617
Email: [email protected]

Writing Letters
Address correspondence as follows:

Board of School Directors
Quaker Valley School District
100 Leetsdale Industrial Drive, Suite B
Leetsdale, PA 15056

The secretary will see that all Board members receive a copy of your letter.

Phone Calls
Please call the School Board secretary, Christina DeAngelis, at 412-749-3617.

To email all members of the Board, please send email correspondence to Ms. DeAngelis, and she will forward your comments to all Board members. Individual Board Member email addresses are available on the District’s website at

Speaking at School Board Meetings
Communication with the School Board is very important, and we welcome the residents and taxpayers to attend the meetings and will be glad to listen to your opinion on issues the board is considering or any constructive statement you may wish to make. We follow Board Policy 903.  Board meetings generally occur twice a month and begin at 7:00 p.m.  They are held on most occasions at Edgeworth Elementary School.

We ask that all attendees show courtesy and respect to everyone present, and request that all statements be directed to the entire Board.  School Board Meetings are a time for the Board to hear from the residents and taxpayers of Quaker Valley, but not necessarily a time for discussion with the public. Please know that dialogue with the Board will be limited during meeting times. Additionally, the Board will not engage in discussions regarding personnel at an open Board Meeting. Persons may request an appointment with the superintendent or her designee to review such concerns. The Board encourages you to attend meetings and be informed.

  • The first opportunity to speak is at the beginning of Board Meetings. This agenda item, called “Community Relations,” is a 30-minute time period set aside by the Board to recognize school personnel, students, or community members and to hear residents speak about agenda items, voting items, or other relevant school matters. Each speaker may speak once, for up to three (3) minutes, on any topic. At the end of 30 minutes (unless extended by the Board), the Board will move forward with the meeting’s agenda.
  • At the end of every Board Meeting, community residents will be given an opportunity to speak for up to three (3) minutes. This session shall not exceed 15-minutes (unless extended by the Board.)

To register to speak, please call the Board secretary at least 24 hours in advance of the meeting. Residents will be assigned to speak in the order that they registered. When called upon to speak, the individual will be asked to give his/her name and home address. If you do not register in advance, and as time permits, the floor will be opened to any resident of the District. All speakers are asked to complete a participation card with contact information so that their comments can be accurately recorded in the minutes, and if necessary, can be contacted by the Board or administration when follow-up is appropriate.