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(Neb)-Chadron School Board Agenda March 12, 2018

By: John Axtell Posted at: 03/11/2018 10:08 PM
CHADRON PUBLIC SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION
       Regular Board Meeting - March 12, 2018
          5:30 PM   Central Office Board Room

1.   ROUTINE MATTERS:
 
a.   Welcome and Recognition of Visitors
b.   Meeting Called to Order – A complete copy of the Open Meetings Act is posted on the west wall of the boardroom, just inside the doorway.
c.   Pledge of Allegiance
d.   Determine if a Quorum is Present
e.   Motion to Declare the Meeting Properly Publicized and Open to the Public
f.    Approval of the Agenda for the February 12, 2018 Regular Meeting.
g.   Approval of the Minutes from the Regular Board Meeting for February 12, 2018, Extracurricular Strategic Planning February 21, 2018 and Building & Grounds Workshop March 5, 2018.

“Celebrate to Elevate”
h.   Awards and/or Honors-Wendy Mahr is the teacher of the month sponsored by Eagle RAdio, Upper Niobrara White Natural Resources District, and Nebraskaland Tire.  

i.   High Fives-To Ron Jensen at Ron’s Repair for making time available to promptly repair our tractor during the recent snow storm.  Lorna Eliason for the Beyond the School Bells Grant.  City of Chadron for removing snow piles from the parking lot.
j.   Recognition of Public Requesting to Comment on Specific Agenda Items
 
2.   BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS:
 
a.   Treasurer’s Report – Submitted by Sara Taylor, Business Manager
b.   Approval of Bills and Claims - General Fund, Depreciation Fund, Lunch Fund, Cooperative Fund, and Special Building Fund
c.   Approval of Bills and Claims - Student Activity Fund and Student Fee Fund
 
3.   UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

4.   NEW BUSINESS:
 
a.  Discuss, consider, and take all necessary action on the following policies-Goals 1-3:
i.   Policy 6030 District Relationship to Activities Associations-3rd Reading
ii.  Policy 6112.1 Instructional Time Suggested-2nd Reading
iii. Policy 6113 Released Time-2nd Reading
iv. Policy 6115 Ceremonies, Observations, and the Pledge of Allegiance-2nd Reading
v.  Policy 6120 Objectives of the Instructional Program-2nd Reading
vi. Policy (New) Registered Sex Offender-1st Reading
vii Policy 5141.8 (New) Pregnant and Parenting Students-1st Reading
 
b.  Discuss, consider, and take all necessary action on replacing Middle School Roof Goal 2
c.  Discuss, consider, and take all necessary action on NASB Legislation Committee Member #13 Ballot Goals 2 & 3

5.   PERSONNEL:
 
a.  Discuss, consider and take all necessary action on Teacher Resignation(s)-Goals 2 & 3

6.   STUDENT PERFORMANCE AND PROGRAM REPORTS:

a.   Administrator Reports Including:  Building Principals, Technology Director, Curriculum Director, and Maintenance Supervisor (Review Enrollment)
b.   Board Committee Reports - If any activity has occurred; Finance Committee (2nd Monday @ Noon); Curriculum/Americanism Committee? (3rd Monday @ Noon); Policy Committee? (3rd Monday @ 6:30 AM) Building & Grounds Committee ($9 Million in Projects to do) (1st Monday at noon); Personnel Committee (4th Monday @ Noon); Safety Committee; Legislative Committee and Foundation Committee (3rd Wednesday at 7 AM)-On Google docs is a form for recording committee minutes.

7.   SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORT AND BOARD-SUPERINTENDENT DISCUSSION: AQuESTT – Accountability for a Quality Education System Today and Tomorrow  AQuESTT is Nebraska’s next-generation accountability system. It aims to meet and exceed statutory requirements for accountability (R.S.S 79-760.06 and 79-760.07) by considering the broader educational experiences and success of students.
a.   Resources for Six (6) Tenets of AQuESTT
State Aid Certified at $4,261,374 Up $40,192-Budget Authority $10,972,294-Reserve Percentage 35%-Access to Prior Year’s Unused Budget Authority $216,203
Teaching, Learning, & Serving
b.  College & Career Ready & Civic
c.  Assessment
d.  Educator Effectiveness
Tracy Sommerville is resigning as HS library para at the end of the year.
Charla Shipley is retireing as Primary custodian as of June 8.
Success, Access, & Support
e.  Positive Partnerships, Relationships, and Success
f.  Transitions
g.  Educational Opportunities & Access

                       
8.   BOARD MEMBER ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION (Non-Action)
 
a.   Something the BOE did tonight for student learning Goals 1-3
b.   Extracurricular Strategic Planning Goals 2 & 3
c.   AdvancED Leadership Capacity Domain starting with sections 1.5 & 1.6 Goals 1-3

9.   ADVANCE PLANNING (GOAL 3):
 
a.   Finance Committee Meeting – April 9, 2018 at Noon
b.   Regular Board Meeting –April 9, 2018 at 5:30 PM
c.   Curriculum Committee Meeting, March 19, 2018 at Noon
d.   Policy Committee Meeting-March 19, 2018 @ 6:30 AM
e.   Personnel Meeting-March 26, 2018 @ Noon & 4 PM (Para/Sec Meeting)
f.    Legislative Committee-
g.   Building & Grounds Committee Meeting-April 2, 2018 @ Noon
h.   March 13, 2018 NASB Spring Legal Workshops-5:15-9 PM Gering Civic Center
i.    March 22 & 23 NRCSA Spring Conference in Kearney
j.    April 4 or 18, 2018 BOE/Administrative Team Retreat @ 6:00 PM
k.   May 15, 2018 Statewide Primary Election
l.    November 6, 2018 Statewide General Election
m.  Review Upcoming BOE Calendar-Graduating Seniors, Requisitions Due to CO, Para/Secretary Meeting (March 26 @ 4 PM)

10.   PUBLIC COMMENT TIME FOR ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA(No Personnel Items)


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