NAMPA, Idaho (CBS2) — Dozens of folks in the community have disrupted a Nampa School Board meeting Monday night.
Kathleen Tuck, director of communications for the Nampa School District, told CBS2 that a special board meeting was called Monday night.
It's unclear exactly what was discussed as the board went into an executive session, however, about 300 people were signed into the Zoom video meeting, and many of the people's usernames were to the likes of "I support Paula" or "I stand with Paula."
The district superintendent is Dr. Paula Kellerer.
Folks not on the Zoom meeting were outside in their vehicles blasting their horns. Tuck, who was not in the executive session, described the effort from the people online and in the parking lot as grassroots.
"The parking lot is full and it's loud," Tuck said. "Horns have been honking nonstop for an hour and a half."
CBS2 will be working to get additional details about the meeting.