Following a tense board meeting, Auburn School Board will hold an event for everyone to be heard

As tensions have grown over the last couple of months, resulting in an explosive Auburn school board meeting, there will be an event for the public to say what they need.

Community members have been coming forward with thought surrounding the renaming of the district and how bullying is being handled after an incident occurred between students.

Wednesday, July 28 at 7 p.m. the Auburn Enlarged City School District Board of Education is hosting a community café.




After community members began shouting at each other during and after the meeting last Tuesday, police were called to the location.

The board responded to the how that meeting ended by saying that students, the community and employees deserve better.

The board also addressed understanding the issues causing such high tensions are understandable, but the biggest issue is people feeling like they aren’t being heard.

The goal of the community café is to give everyone a chance to be heard.

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