Although the meeting is scheduled for Monday, there was no posted agenda on the school district website on Sunday afternoon. Neither were there minutes or any other official school board documents anywhere on the site.
An online petition calling for Hamby to be fired was started last week. As of Sunday night there were 860 signatures out of a goal of 1,000.
Several signers expressed an interest in attending the board meeting but there has been no organized effort to show up en masse.
Gwinnett NAACP President Penny Poole said earlier that it’s time for Buford to engage all residents in ways to make the city and the school district more inclusive.
“There needs to be more citizen involvement on the municipal level as well as the county level,” she said. “When you look at the make up, it’s obvious that the good old boy network is still intact.”