Wednesday, September 9, 2015
Administration Building

Preliminary Items
1 6:00 PM

Work Study - Discussion on Issaquah School District's Bond Recommendation

2 7:00 PM

Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance

1 file attached.
3 7:05 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 7:15 PM

Approval of Consent Agenda

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5 7:20 PM

Establishment of Regular Agenda

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General: Discussion/Action Topics
1 7:25 PM

Summary of the Work Study Session on Issaquah School District's Bond Recommendation- Board (GP-3)

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

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2 7:35 PM

Summary of Board Retreat - Board (GP-3)

The Board held a retreat on August 27 and 28. They will now summarize these sessions.

1 file attached.
3 7:55 PM

First Week of School Review - Thiele

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4 8:05 PM

Resolution No. 1060 on Surplus Property - Thiele/Kuper

The District currently owns property located at 21207 SE May Valley Rd., Issaquah, WA and intends to sell said property.  The process for selling District owned property is outlined in the attached document titled "9-9-15 Resolution on Surplus Property."

2 files attached.
5 8:15 PM

Discussion of a Resolution on the New Choice School State Waiver - Thiele

The Administration will present the first reading of a resolution with regard to the new choice school state waiver.

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6 8:25 PM

Naming of the New Choice High School - Thiele/Bamba

Julia Bamba, planning principal of the new choice high school, will give a presentation to the Board on naming the new school.

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7 8:35 PM

New International Baccalaureate Career Program (IBCP) - Thiele/Wright/Hood

Dennis Wright, Director of CTE and Buisness Innovations, will give a presentation to the Board on a new IBCP program.

1 file attached.
8 8:45 PM

EL-7 Emergency Superintendent Succession Monitoring Report - Thiele

The Superintendent will present EL-7 Emergency Superintendent Succession.  It is expected to come before the Board for Action.

2 files attached.
9 9:00 PM

Capital Projects Update - Kuper/Crawford (EL-13)

The Administration will give a District-wide update on construction projects.

1 file attached.
10 9:15 PM

Legislative Matters - Board (GP-3)

This is a standing opportunity to discuss educational legislation.

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11 9:25 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.

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12 9:35 PM

Announcements and Correspondence - Board (GP-4)

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

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13 9:40 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.

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14 9:55 PM

Executive Session:  Personnel matters per RCW 42.30.110(1)(g) and Real Estate matters per RCW 42.30.110(1)(b).

15 10:25 PM Adjourn
Consent: Consent Agenda Topics

Vouchers - Kuper

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Gifts - Bongard/Trifunovic/Phelps

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3 Minutes - Board
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Certificated Employee Resignations (2014-15) - Hechtman

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Certificated Employee Contracts (2015-16) - Hechtman

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Classified New Employees (2015-16) - Hechtman

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Classified Employee Resignations/Retirements/Terminations (2015-16) - Hechtman

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. Individuals wishing to give public comment on a specific agenda item where public comment is being accepted should wait to be recognized by the Board President during that agenda item. All other public comment should be given under the agenda item Public Comment. In the interest of time management, individual input is limited to two minutes. An individual may also submit a prepared statement to be given to the board secretary prior to the oral presentation.

Comments/concerns relative to district personnel should 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.