ISSAQUAH SCHOOL BOARD MEETING AGENDA

Wednesday, August 26, 2009
Administration Building

Preliminary Items
 ItemTimeContentFiles
1 6:00 PM

Work/Study Session:  Draft E-3 Citizenship Monitoring Process - Interpretations/Evidence

2 7:00 PM

Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance

1 file attached.
3 7:03 PM

Public Input

This is an opportunity for public input on items not already scheduled for discussion on the meeting agenda.

1 file attached.
4 7:13 PM Establishment of Regular Agenda
1 file attached.
5 7:14 PM Approval of Consent Agenda
1 file attached.
General: Discussion/Action Topics
 ItemTimeContentFiles
1 7:17 PM

Draft E-3 Citizenship Monitoring Process - Interpretations/Evidence - Board (GP-2)

Time provided, if needed, to continue discussion begun in work/study session. 

2 7:47 PM

Mathematics Curriculum: Plan for 2009-10 - Rasmussen

The administration will provide an update on high school mathematics curriculum and will share what is being done to support teachers as they use the existing curriculum.  Also covered will be the district's information plan for gathering and sharing community feedback, and planned next steps in moving forward with the adoption later in the 09-10 school year.

1 file attached.
3 8:07 PM

2009-10 Budget:  Action to Adopt - Board (GP-2)

As required by law, local school boards must adopt a budget for the coming school year by August 31st.  A presentation and first reading, including a PUBLIC HEARING on the proposed 2009-10 budget , was held at the August 12th board meeting.

2 files attached.
4 8:22 PM

First Reading: Guiding Principles for Interpretation and Evidentiary Support - Board (GP-2)

First reading of guidelines developed by a board sub-committee to provide clarification and consistency in materials desired by the Board in monitoring reports. 

2 files attached.
5 8:37 PM

Construction Projects Update - Crawford (EL-13)

The administration will present an update to the Board on current construction projects.

1 file attached.
6 8:47 PM

Legislative Matters - Board (GP-3)

This is a standing opoprtunity to discuss educational legislation.

1 file attached.
7 8:57 PM

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.

1 file attached.
8 9:02 PM

Announcements and Correspondence - Board (GP-4)

This is a standing opportunity for theBoard to share announcements and correspondence. 

1 file attached.
9 9:07 PM

Calendar and Future Agenda Topics - Board (GP-2)

The Board will review/identify topics for future board meeting agendas and other special calendar items.

1 file attached.
10 9:27 PM

Executive Session - Personnel Matters per RCW 42.30.110 (g)

11 9:57 PM Adjourn
Consent: Consent Agenda Topics
 ItemTimeContentFiles
1

Revitalization Opt Out: City of Newcastle - Kuper

2 files attached.
2

Declaration of Surplus Computer Equipment - Kuper/Maybee

1 file attached.
3

Gifts - Bongard/Murphy/Thiele

1 file attached.
4 Minutes - Board
2 files attached.
5

Certificated Employee Contracts (2009-10) - Miyauchi

1 file attached.
6

Certificated Employee Resignations (2008-09) - Miyauchi

1 file attached.
7

Certificated Employee Leaves (2009-10) - Miyauchi

1 file attached.
8

Supplemental Contracts/Employment Agreements - Miyauchi

1 file attached.
9

Classified New Employees (2008-09) - Miyauchi

1 file attached.
10

Classified Employee Resignations/Retirements/Terminations (2008-09) - Miyauchi

1 file attached.

Guidelines for public participation at board meetings

Board meetings are 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 Input. 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.