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RISD Board of Trustees

Board of Trustees

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      1. Go to RISD Board Book Public Page
      2. Scroll to the bottom.
      3. Click “Subscribe to Rocksprings ISD (069901)” in the blue box at the bottom left.
      4. Complete the form by entering the email address where you would like to receive notifications.
      5. Go to your email account and open email from “BoardBook <premier@boardbook.org>” to verify your email. 
      6. Click on the link in the email to verify your account. 

     

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