Briarcliff Schools

  • 45 Ingham Road Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510
  • 914.941.8880
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Briarcliff High School

  • 444 Pleasantville Road, Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510
  • 914.769.6299
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Briarcliff Middle School

  • 444 Pleasantville Road, Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510
  • 914.769.6343
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Todd Elementary School

  • 45 Ingham Road Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510
  • 914.941.8300
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Tier Two

Briarcliff Manor Union Free School District


Live and Recorded Meetings


Board of Education Calendar

Meeting Format

The Formal Meeting

The Board's regular meeting are usually held at 8 p.m. in the Middle School Theater twice each month or as needed. Residents are welcome to address the Board at this meeting. The Board meeting calendar is posted on the website. education/meetings

Work Sessions

The Board discusses issues and hears from teachers, students and program, department and committee heads. Residents are welcome to address the Board at this meeting also.

Executive Sessions

By law, Board discussions concerning personnel, contract negotiations and the sale or acquisition of property may be held only at private meetings called Executive Sessions. No action is taken in Executive Session.


Copies of the meeting agenda are available at each meeting. Information also can be obtained the Friday before a meeting by calling the District Clerk, 488-8449.

In order to make decisions at a meeting, Board members receive information on agenda items well in advance. The Board usually will not take action on items not on the agenda.

If you speak at a Board meeting...

Please state your name and address for the record, and direct your remarks to the Board president, not to the audience. We ask that you limit your remarks. (When many people wish to speak, a time limit may be imposed.) A Board meeting is never the place to discuss personnel or individual students.

What if I have a special concern?

If your concern is related to your child's classroom, begin by talking with the teacher. If not resolved there, contact the principal, counselor or psychologist. Finally, contact the Superintendent. If your concern is still not resolved, you may bring the matter before the Board, either by writing, calling or e-mailing a Board member. Remember, though, that Board members make decisions based on what is best for all the children and citizens in the district, and for the total educational program in the schools. Board members cannot make decisions individually and the Board takes action only at board meetings.

We welcome you to our meetings and thank you for your assistance in conducting orderly and timely sessions. We appreciate your presence as evidence of your interest in providing an excellent public education to all the children in our community.