ISSAQUAH SCHOOL BOARD MEETING AGENDA

Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Administration Building

Preliminary Items
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1 6:00 PM

Executive Session:  Collective Bargaining in accordance with RCW 42.30.140(4).

2 6:30 PM

Work Study: Ends 2 Academics and Foundations

3 7:00 PM

Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance

1 file attached.
4 7:03 PM

Student Input

This is a standing opportunity for students to dialog with the Board.

1 file attached.
5 7:13 PM

Public Input

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

1 file attached.
6 7:21 PM Establishment of Regular Agenda
1 file attached.
7 7:22 PM Approval of Consent Agenda
1 file attached.
General: Discussion/Action Topics
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1 7:25 PM

Summary of Work Study Session (GP-3) - Board

The Board will summarize the work/study held just prior to the regular meeting.

1 file attached.
2 7:35 PM

Summary of March 17 Board Retreat (GP-3) - Board

The Board will summarize the final session of their Retreat held on March 17 at the Administration Service Center.

1 file attached.
3 7:55 PM

Tech Prep Credits through Career and Tech Ed Classes - Engels

Lesha Engels, ISD Career and Technology Specialist, will explain how students can earn Tech Prep credits through their Career and Tech Ed Classes.

1 file attached.
4 8:10 PM

District Policy on School Closures - Thiele

The Administration will present the first reading of District Policy 6883 on school closures.

2 files attached.
5 8:25 PM

Ends 6:  Life Management - Board (GP-2)

The Board and Administration will discuss annual monitoring for Ends 6:  Life Management.  It is expected this item will come before the Board for action during the April 23 board meeting.

2 files attached.
6 8:55 PM

Ends 4: Technology - Board (GP-2)

The Board and Administration will discuss the annual monitoring of Ends 4: Technology. 

2 files attached.
7 9:05 PM

Legislative Matters - Board (GP-3)

This is a standing opportunity to discuss educational legislation.

1 file attached.
8 9:15 PM

Works in Progress - Thiele (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.
9 9:35 PM

Announcements and Correspondence - Board (GP-4)

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

1 file attached.
10 9:45 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, as well as schedule special meetings/work sessions.

1 file attached.
11 9:55 PM

Executive Session: Personnel matters per RCW 42.30.110(g)

12 10:25 PM Adjourn
Consent: Consent Agenda Topics
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1

Liberty High School Addition and Modernization Phase III Change Order No. 5 - Crawford

1 file attached.
2

Gifts - Bongard/Phelps/Trifunovic

1 file attached.
3 Minutes - Board
3 files attached.
4

Certificated Employee Contracts (2013-14) - Miyauchi

1 file attached.
5

Certificated Employee Resignations (2013-14) - Miyauchi

1 file attached.
6

Certificated Employee Leaves of Absence (2014-15) - Miyauchi

1 file attached.
7

Classified New Employees (2013-14) - 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.