Upcoming Meetings

Tuesday- October 7, 2014 
Regular School Board Trustee Meeting: 
Board Workshop – 5:30 p.m. 

5:30 p.m. Board Workshop

    A. Finance Training
6:00 p.m. Regular Meeting
I.   Opening by Chairman - Meeting Announcements    
II.  Visitors          
III.Administration/Staff/School Committees/BCEA Reports & Input
        A.  Principal Reports 
IV.Superintendent Report/Business Report
           A.  Average Daily Attendance (ADA)    
V. Consent Agenda
         A. Approval of Minutes: Spec. Mtg. August 20th, 2014, Spec Mtg.  August 26th, 2014, Reg. Mtg., September 8th, 2014, Spec. Mtg.                 September 11th, 2014.
         B. Approval of September, 2014 Accounts Payable
         C. Approval of In-Lieu-of-Transportation
          D. Personnel
              1.  Approval of Personnel List
        E.  Approval to place teacher candidate Shalanda Miller of Grand Canyon University for practicum observation,  Oct 7 – 27, 2014.
VI. Action Agenda
        A. Correspondence/Personnel/Negotiations    
        B. Actuaries Northwest GASB 45 Valuation
             C. U of I Agreement – Teachers & Interns
    D. Amend IDLA to IDEA from September regular meeting
    E. ISBA 2015 Proposed Resolutions
    F. First Reading 
        1. Policy #3060 
    G. 3rd reading and approval
        1. Policy #3400
    H. Amend
        1. Policy #3380 
    I. Approve Carl Perkins Application
    J. Kim Dinsmore – Requesting Leave of Absence
    K. Discussion on Music, Drama & FFA, etc.
    L. Survey Questions
    M. Award of Bus Bid
    N. Healthy Schools Grant – Karen Moore
    O.  Approval of Student & Family Outreach/Teacher In- Service Workshop Presenter – Robin Merrifield
VII.   Executive Session: Idaho Code 67-2345 (a) Personnel 
        A. Personnel
            1. Employee “A”
VIII. Trustee Input/Future Agenda Items
        A. ISBA Annual Convention – November 12-14, 2014, Boise , ID 
IX.  Adjournment 

The public is encouraged to attend trustee meetings and provide input.  In order that everyone is provided with a chance to speak and that meetings do not become unduly time consuming, participation may be limited to three minutes per person per agenda topic.  ITEMS ARE LIMITED TO 20 MINUTES UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED ON THE AGENDA.  The Board will attempt to hear both sides of a controversial topic prior to making a decision.  With the exception of executive session, the scheduled adjournment time for trustee meetings will be 9:30 p.m.  Trustee meetings, including executive session, will be adjourned by 10:30 p.m.  Procedural rules may be suspended by a two-thirds majority vote of the trustees present.  If any auxiliary aids or services are needed for individuals with disabilities, please contact the district office at 267-3146 no later than three working days before the meeting.

General Information About Board Meeting Agendas



Date:                        August 14, 2012

Memo to:                   All Administrators, Supervisors & Staff

From:                        Dick Conley, Superintendent

RE:                           School Board Meeting Agendas


Idaho Code provides that “deliberation” occur before action is taken, and topics must appear on an agenda to advise the general public of action occurring at open, public meetings.

All meetings of the board - regular, special, or work sessions are open to the public.  Executive sessions are limited to very few items which include personnel, negotiations and purchase of property.

Special meetings can only address those agenda items for which the meeting was called.  These agendas are normally very limited in scope.

The Board can take no action at work sessions.  These sessions can be used for only topic discussion and only to those topics appearing on the agenda.  These are normally held for goal-setting, budget review and discussion.

It is imperative the clerk-treasurer or assistant clerk at the district office be advised of agenda items for agenda inclusion.  The earlier the better, but the deadline for agenda items is noon on the Wednesday prior to the board meeting.  All materials to be mailed to board members need to arrive by this time also, i.e., grant applications, policy proposals, etc.  All proposed polices are forwarded to legal counsel for review and discussion with the Board.  One copy of an item will suffice since board packet materials are amassed all at one time.

The Board is provided with a listing of all correspondence, and any employment recommendations.  Once again, only ONE copy is necessary.

Your compliance with the above is appreciated; it will facilitate preparation for Board meetings, making all run smoother and more efficiently.


PC: Board of Trustees