Usual School Board Agenda
A. By notice of the President, Board members are advised that all votes shall be
regarded as roll call votes. The minutes should also note that public notice was given for this meeting in accordance with Act
84 of 1986, as amended.
B. The School Board shall proceed in accordance with this agenda, Basic
Robert's Rules of Order
and in an orderly fashion. The public will be recognized to speak in accordance with this agenda prior
to these sections their name and the topic they will address to the Board President. The individual's name and topic will be
recorded in the regular monthly meeting minutes. 30 minute time limit.
C. ROLL CALL
D. RECOGNITION OF GUESTS
E. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG
APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES FROM THE PREVIOUS MEETING(S).
Move that the minutes from the previous meeting(s) be approved, as submitted.
OLD AND UNFINISHED BUSINESS
INFORMATION AND PROPOSALS
A. Student Delegations/ Staff Presentations
B. Presentation of non-staff written communications and reports (concerning items listed on the agenda and business (i.e. letters, etc. from citizens and community groups.))
A. SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT
B. BOARD MEMBER'S REPORTS, IF ANY.
C. ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY PRINCIPAL'S REPORTS, IF ANY.
D. SPECIAL EDUCATION DIRECTOR'S REPORT, IF ANY.
E. TRANSPORTATION DIRECTOR'S REPORT, IF ANY.
F. DIRECTOR OF CURRICULUM & RESOURCES, IF ANY.
G. BUSINESS MANAGER'S REPORT, IF ANY.
H . FRIENDS OF MUSIC REPRESENTATIVE'S REPORT, IF ANY.
I. BOOSTER CLUB REPRESENTATIVE'S REPORT, IF ANY.
A. Presentation of resident delegations concerning matters recommended by them
for future agendas (i.e., visitors, people attending the meeting). This area of the agenda will limit each person
speaking to three minutes or a total time of 30 minutes for all speakers. The person speaking shall present the matter
recommended for Board's action by title and with a brief rationale. The meeting Chairperson solely will respond to the recommendation in one of the following ways:
A. The matter is referred to the proper Committee for recommendation.
B. A Committee of the Board may deliberate the matter if it so wishes.
C. The matter is referred to the administration for a recommendation to the Board.
D. The matter will not be studied by the Board or administration.
E. The matter should be raised by the public at a more appropriate time.
F. Non-staff written communications and reports concerning matters
recommended by them for future agendas (i.e. letters, etc. from citizens and community groups).
deposition of matters recommended by the public for future
agendas shall be determined by the Board President at the time
of presentation and shall be so recorded in the Board minutes.