The meeting has been moved from its usual location at Round Rock High School to the Raymond E. Hartfield Performing Arts Center, and will begin at 6 p.m. rather than 5:30 p.m., according to the meeting agenda.
"Several Board members have requested that the censure of Trustees Bone and Weston be added to a Board agenda," Board President Amy Weir said in a statement to Community Impact Newspaper.
Bone and Weston were the subject of recent controversy when they abruptly left a Sept. 14 board meeting following two recesses called after a vote to amend seating arrangements in the lecture hall to allow more capacity. Bone and Weston were the lone "no" votes in a motion that sought to not add seating capacity to the venue.
Jenny LaCoste-Caputo, RRISD public affairs and communication manager, told Community Impact Newspaper the trustees had left of their own volition and were not removed.
The board will also be discussing COVID-19 safety and protocols, including the implementation of a mask matrix tied to numbered and color coded stages created by Travis and Williamson counties.