The School Board will be having the regularly scheduled, once-monthly school board discussion workshop this coming Thursday, September 13th at 2:00. (The 2:00PM start is an hour earlier than normal, due to a large agenda of items to work through.
Items to be discussed include the following:
II. OPEN DISCUSSION
- September & October Calendar - Slayton (5 minutes)
- Status of Garden Street Property, "For Sale Sign" - Slayton (5 minutes)
- Procedures for Changing High School Schedules - Hightower (5 to 10 minutes)
- Notification of Issues after Storm/Emergencies - Hightower (10 minutes)
- District Information Phone Messages during Emergencies - Hightower (5 minutes)
- Update/Request for Information on Establishment of Fraud, Waste and Abuse Hotline, Tip-line, Web Reporting Portal (follow up from February 16, 2012 request) - Bergosh (10 minutes)
- Status of Streaming of Video and Viewer-ship - Bergosh (5 minutes)
- Differentiated Teacher Pay Scale Model (high poverty track/suburban school track) - Bergosh (10 minutes)
- Discussion of Hurricane Shelters - Bergosh (5 minutes)
- Update on Property Purchase for Escambia High School - Boone - (5 to 10 minutes)
- ECARE Program - Moultrie (10 minutes)
- Focus Curriculum Goal Update – Superintendent (15-20 minutes)
- Update on the Comprehensive Drug Plan – Superintendent (10 minutes)
- Update on the START Mentoring Program – Superintendent (10-15 minutes)
- Wellness Policy Operational Procedures Update – Superintendent (10-15 minutes)
- Energy Incentive Program Final Update – Superintendent (15 minutes)
As is always the case when our school board meets, the public is encouraged to attend and all will be given the option of addressing the board if they so choose. The meeting will be held at the Hall Center, 30 E Texar Drive, in room 160 beginning at 2:00 PM.
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