Denver’s school board has a new home this year—the Emily Griffith Campus on Lincoln Street (which may well be the only school board meeting room in the country with a rock climbing wall).

But starting next month, the DPS school board will take some of its meetings on the road. The board plans to meet at high schools in all four quadrants in the city over the course of the year.

“Instead of asking the community to come to us, we’re going to come to them,” said board member Anne Rowe.

The board’s first meeting “on the road” will be on December 18 at South High School, 1700 East Louisiana Ave., at 4:30.