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Thursday, April 5, 2012

School Board Discussion Meeting, Thursday, April 12th 3:00PM

The Escambia County School board will be meeting for our once monthly discussion meeting this coming Thursday, April 12th at 3:00 PM in room 160 of the Hall Center.

Board Topics that will be discussed at this meeting include the following:

1. Purchasing of Tablets - Bill Slayton - 5 minutes
2. School Board Member Networking Statewide (and Nationwide) for Best Practices/
Idea Sharing - Jeff Bergosh - 10 minutes

3. April and May Calendar and District-wide Calendar - Bill Slayton - 5 minutes

4. Promotion Requirements - Bill Slayton - 10 minutes

5. Overcrowding at Global Academy - Gerald W. Boone - 10 minutes

6. Televising Workshops - Linda Moultrie - 10 minutes

7. Proper Time-line and Communication with Board Regarding Disciplinary Items
and Late Adds to Agenda - Bill Slayton - 10 minutes

8. Protocol for Questioning of Students on School Property by Law Enforcement -
Jeff Bergosh - 10 minutes

9. Update on Meeting with District Staff and the Mayor's Office as Proposed at
the February 21, 2012 Board Meeting - Linda Moultrie - 10 minutes

Items the Superintendent has placed on the agenda for the discussion Workshop include:

1. Update on Back File Conversion - 5 minutes

2. Compass Learning Presentation - 25 minutes

3. LllS Presentation - 20 minutes


As is always the case for all of our meetings-- the public is encouraged to attend and afforded the opportunity to speak to the full Board.

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