American Classical Academy Rutherford Public Hearing

September 14, 2022


September 14, 2022

9:00 am


Rutherford County Schools Board Room 2240 Southpark Drive Murfressboro, TN 37128

**The in-person public comment form has been deactivated because we have reached capacity for in-person, oral comments at this public hearing. The form is closed to any further sign ups. You may provide a written comment regarding this public hearing, please follow the link at the bottom of this meeting page to submit it. All comments, written and oral, are weighed equally.

Pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated (T.C.A.) § 49-13-108, public charter school sponsors may appeal the denial of an application by a local board of education to the Tennessee Public Charter School Commission. The Tennessee Public Charter School Commission’s decision on appeal shall be final and not subject to further appeal. An appeal of a charter school application to the Commission is governed in accordance with T.C.A. § 49-13-108(b)(5) and the Commission Rules and Policies. For those interested, please refer to our Guidance Document for more information. You may complete a public comment form at this link.

        Statement of Intent
        Amended Application

I. Call to Order and Review of Agenda

- Tess Stovall, Executive Director

II. Opening Statement from Rutherford County Schools

III. Opening Statement from American Classical Academy Rutherford

IV. Tennessee Public Charter School Commission Questions

- Tess Stovall, Executive Director

V. Public Comment

- Individuals will have two minutes to provide comments if the individual submitted the request before the deadline.

VI. Closing Presentations

- Rutherford County Schools- 10 minutes

- American Classical Academy Rutherford- 10 minutes

VII. Adjournment

  • Public Comment Sign-up Form (Written) The Commission will continue to accept written public comments until one week after the conclusion of the public hearing. Public comment for this hearing will not be accepted after 1:00 P.M. CDT on September 21st, 2022.
  • Public Comment Sign-up Form (In-person) Public comments will be limited to 2 minutes per individual, and no more than 15 individuals will be able to provide in-person comment during the meeting.