Preceding the meeting, at 5 p.m., a public hearing on alternatives being prepared for the board by a retained demographer, will be held.
The board is under court order to submit a plan by Sept. 19.
The original deadline of Sept. 11 was extended by U.S. Judge Tucker Melancon because of havoc caused by Hurricane Gustav.
The board and its staff had to deal with schools being closed across the parish until today, when all but Opelousas High reopened.
That school faces an indefinite closure due to damage from the Sept. 1 hurricane.
At its regular monthly meeting Monday (delayed from Sept. 4), the board declared an emergency to allow it proceed expeditiously with necessary repairs to system infrastructure.