State Superintendent elections and MAPS funds will be addressed during the Superintendent’s reports at Monday’s regular meeting of the Board of Education. The meeting will be held at 5 p.m. in the Board conference room at the administrative center, 219 N. Lee.
Consent agenda items include use of school facilities, a resolution between the schools and the City approving the renewal of another fiscal year of the terms and conditions of the Interlocal Cooperative agreement, and a memorandum of understanding with the Jackson County Health Department for teen pregnancy prevention services, and an inter-agency agreement with Southwest Youth Services, Inc. for behavioral health services.
Service agreements with Honeywell Building Solutions for fire alarm test and inspect services and Flex Automation Services will also be addressed.
Other consent agenda items include an agreement for the establishment of AFJROTC Unit, a resolution of Parent Organizations, out of state trips, and job descriptions.
There will be six policy revisions addressed. They are the safety program/healthy and fit school committee, regulations for use of school property, requirements for graduation, the program for education and gifted and talented students, Altus School District open transfer policy, and parental notice of unsatisfactory work/retention of students.
Before the Board goes into executives session, they will accept retirements and resignations, reassignments, proposed substitutes and volunteers.
In executive session, the Board will discuss new hires, and after returning to regular session, consider those new hires.
New contract formats will be considered for certified employee contracts, non-certified employee contracts, certified administrator contract, extra-duty contracts, and salary and benefit information attachment to certified employee contracts.
The Board will then consider Randall Coffman and Bruce Farquhar to attend the 2014 annual Math Science Partnership Conference in Washington, D.C. on Sept. 29-Oct. 1, as well as Kodie Riley at attend the CATCH Program Training in Grand Prairie, Texas on Aug. 7.
The 2014-15 school year will then be considered with not less than 1,080 hours of classroom instruction. The superintendent will also be considered to be the authorized agent for P.L. 874 Program and funds for 2014-15. Other appointed authorized agents will be considered including the superintendent for Federal and State funds, the Assistant Superintendent for USDA donated foods, and other programs as listed.
The sick leave/personal business leave incentive plan for 2014-15 will also be considered, as will the acceptance of bids for the Child Nutrition Program.
If there is no new business of an emergency nature of that was not known at the time the agenda was posted, the meeting will adjourn.