The Grosse Pointe school board will hold a special meeting Monday at 8:00 p.m. to discuss passage of a proposed mandatory residency affidavit.
The meeting was called by board members Cindy Pangborn and Tom Jakubiec and will follow a closed board discussion. It will be held at 7:00 p.m. in the Brownell Middle School Multi-Purpose Room.
Pangborn, who is up for re-election Nov. 6, and Jakubiec have proposed a resolution that reinforces mandatory tuition reimbursement for families violating residency.
The resolution requires that all families in the district return a certified affidavit as proof of residency each school year, starting this year as of Nov. 9 or face removal from school. The affidavits, if the board approves the resolution Monday, would be due Dec. 4.