Looks like the Board is planning to talk about Advisory questions on a future ballot:
The option of placing advisory questions on an upcoming election ballot to obtain feedback from voters on possible facility options will be discussed by the Board of Education. Discussion will focus on what is legally allowed, format options, and the benefits and challenges of this approach.
Included is a document of dates listing when resolutions/ordinances have to pass in order to appear on a ballot:
I believe the context for this discussion is the Big Talk about future facilities and how to fund capital expenditures in regards to a possible new high school and maintenance for other schools. I like the idea of advisory questions, and I hope that if they are utilized, they prove very informative. This also tells me that the board really is trying hard to figure out how to listen to the entire community. Ultimately, this is our tax dollars we are talking about, regardless of whether you have kids in the system or not; everyone should and does have something to say.