2022-2023 Board of Education Meeting Schedule & Meeting Notes

The Kingsport City Schools Board of Education has announced its slate of meeting dates for the 2022-23 school year. With few exceptions, the Board will hold regular monthly board meetings on the second Tuesday at 6 p.m. and regular monthly work sessions on the fourth Tuesday at 6 p.m.

All meetings are located in the Tennessee Room at the KCS Administrative Support Center, 400 Clinchfield Street, third floor, downtown Kingsport. 

The meetings include a public comment period on agenda items and all meetings are open to the public and all are encouraged to attend. Members of the audience may speak to an item on the printed agenda when the President announces that the Board shall take up the topic Public Input on Agenda Items. Before addressing the Board, the speaker shall state his or her name; prior notification of intent to speak is not necessary.  To address the Board on a non-agenda topic, individuals must submit a written request to the Superintendent of Schools at least three (3) business days before the regular meeting. The Superintendent and President (Executive Committee) may elect to add the topic to the agenda or consider it privately at another time and place.  Click here to view the Board Policy regarding public communication and participation at board meetings.

All Kingsport Board of Education public meetings are conducted in accessible locations. If you require accommodations to participate in a Board of Education meeting, this may be requested by calling (423) 378-2100 or by emailing [email protected] at least 72 hours in advance. Copies of any documents used are available in accessible formats upon request.

Click on meeting/work session dates below to view summary notes.


Members of the public wishing to address the board concerning an issue not included on the board's regular agenda must submit a written request to the Superintendent at least three (3) business days prior to the scheduled board meeting.
At the discretion of the Superintendent and the Board President, concerns brought by members of the public may be placed on the board agenda or addressed privately at an appointed time.