Work/Study: OHSE: Optimal High School Experience
Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance
Introduction of Kurt Criscione, Assistant Principal at Skyline High School.
This is an opportunity for public input on items not already scheduled for discussion on the meeting agenda.
Welcome to the 2010-11 School Year - Rasmussen
At the first board meeting of each school year, the administration presents a report on the opening of school.
Monitoring Report EL-7 Superintendent's Succession - Board
The administration will present the annual internal monitoring report for EL-7 Superintendent's Succession.
Work/Study Summary - Board
The Board will summarize the work/study session held prior to the regular meeting.
Key Performance Indicators - Board
The Board and Administration will further define and clarify KPIs for the coming year.
Legislative Matters - Board (GP-3)
This is a standing opoprtunity to discuss educational legislation.
Works in Progress - Rasmussen (EL-8)
This is a standing opportunity for the superintendent to provide a brief status report on various projects and activities in the District.
Announcements and Correspondence - Board (GP-4)
This is a standing opportunity for the Board to share announcements and correspondence.
Calendar and Future Agenda Topics - Board (GP-2)
The Board will review/identify topics for future board meeting agendas and other special calendar items, as well as schedule special meetings/work sessions.
Executive Session: Personnel matters per RCW 42.30.110 (g)
Vouchers - Kuper
July 2010 Budget Status Report - Kuper
Gifts - Bongard/Murphy/Thiele
Increase Food Services Petty Cash - Kuper
Skyline High School, Change Order #23 - Crawford
Certificated Employee Resignations (2009-10) - Miyauchi
Certificated Employee Resignations (2010-11) - Miyauchi
Certificated Employee Contracts (2010-11) - Miyauchi
Supplemental Contracts/Employment Agreements - Miyauchi
Ratification of Agreement - Office Personnel - Ellis
Classified New Employees (2010-11) - Miyauchi
Board meetings are generally held on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month. Open to the public, they are designed to conduct board business rather than to serve as a public hearing, unless a public hearing is scheduled. To comment on an agenda item requires recognition by the board president. To comment on a topic not on the agenda, request recognition by the board president under agenda item Public Participation. In the interest of time management, individual input is limited to three minutes; four minutes will be allowed for input on behalf of a group (three or more people present). Any person wishing to have his/her comments attached for the record to the official minutes may submit a prepared statement to the board secretary prior to the oral presentation.
Comments/concerns relative to the district personnel will not be heard in public; rather, they should be directed through the Parent Complaints Against District Employees policy, obtained through the superintendent's office at (425) 837-7002.
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