173. The school commissioners and trustees must fix, by resolution, the date and hour for their regular meetings.
The chairman may call a special meeting of the school board and the secretary-treasurer also may call such meeting in his own authority. In either case, the meeting shall be called by a notice in writing given by the secretary-treasurer, at least two days before that fixed for such meeting.
Any subject or matter may be dealt with at a regular meeting, even though not mentioned in the notice calling the meeting.
At a special meeting, only the subjects and matters mentioned in the notice calling the meeting may be dealt with, unless all the members are present at such special meeting and consent thereto.
Before proceeding at a special meeting, it must be ascertained and entered in the minutes of the meeting that the notice calling the same was served as required by law on the members of the board who are not present at the opening of the meeting.
If it appears that the notice calling the meeting has not been served on the absent members, the special meeting shall be terminated forthwith on pain of nullity of all proceedings that may be taken thereat.
R. S. 1964, c. 235, s. 193.