The Rochester school board meets this evening at 6:30 to discuss the recent state report on the death last year of 7th grader Trevyan Rowe.
The report from the state attorney general and the state education commissioner found "systemic failures in school policy and procedures" existed at Rowe's school, School Number 12.
Rowe got off bus at school and walked away. His body was found three days later in the Genesee River.
City School District officials say they've already made changes to district policies in response to the boy's death.
Tonight's meeting will take at the Central Office Building on West Broad Street.