Hamburg Central School District

ITEMS HIGHLIGHTED IN BLUE INDICATE ATTACHMENT
 
HAMBURG CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
BOARD OF EDUCATION AGENDA

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Re-Organizational Meeting                                                                                          6:30 p.m.

Administration Building                                                                                         July 7, 2015

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*6:30 – Call to Order

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A.        CALL TO ORDER

District Clerk Barbara S. Sporyz will preside.
 
A.1      ROLL CALL OF MEMBERS
 
            A.2      ADMINISTRATION OF OATH
                        District Clerk Barbara S. Sporyz will administer the oath contained in 
                        Public
Officers Law to Michael F. McGarry and Robbin D. List
 
            A.3      ELECTION OF OFFICERS
 
                        A.3.a     President – Call for Nominations by District Clerk Barbara S. Sporyz

                        District Clerk Barbara S. Sporyz will administer at this time the oath
                        contained in Public Officers Law to the newly elected President
 
                        A.3.b     Vice-President – Call for Nominations by Board President
 
                        District Clerk Barbara S. Sporyz will administer at this time the oath 
      contained in Public Officers Law to the newly elected Vice President.
 
            A.4      EXECUTIVE SESSION
                         *6:35– Executive Session – It is anticipated the Board will act upon a resolution to convene 
                              an executive session at 6:35 to discuss
the proposed sale of real property, and to discuss
                              four (4) MOA’s between the district and Hamburg Administrative Council,
                              Hamburg Teacher Aide Association,  Hamburg Registered Professional School Nurses’,
                              COTA’s, Computer Aides’, Microcomputer Repair Technicians’ Association , and Hamburg
                              Teachers’ Association.
                         

            A.5      PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG

            A.6      ADMINISTRATION OF OATH (FOR THE PUBLIC)

                        District Clerk Barbara S. Sporyz will administer the oath contained in Public

                        Officers Law to Michael F. McGarry and Robbin D. List

            A.7      ELECTION OF OFFICERS (President and Vice-President) – Held prior to

                        Executive Session (A.3)

   A.8      APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA / ADDITIONS TO AGENDA 


B.        RECOGNITION BY AND/OR PRESENTATIONS TO THE BOARD

 

            B.1      STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE ON BOARD OF EDUCATION

                        RECOMMENDED MOTION: “that Sean DeLellis be the designated 
                        non-voting student representative on the Board of Education.” 

 

 

C.        INFORMATION ITEMS FOR THE BOARD

 

            C.1      CORRESPONDENCE

 

                        C.1.a    Thank you card – Carmen Kluckhohn - Retiree Reception

           

C.2     MEETINGS, WORKSHOPS, RESERVATIONS

 

            C.2.a    WNY Education Law Conference – August 5, 2015

                         Location:  The Millennium – 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.  

 

C.3      ITEMS FOR INFORMATION ONLY

 

            C.3.a    Board Briefings – June 9, 2015  

 

            C.3.b    Revised Reg. #7420R – Athletic Placement Process for Interscholastic

                         Athletics

 

            C.3.c    Revised Reg. #7420R.2 – Review Panel Guidelines

 

            C.3.d    Revised Reg. #8250R – Instruction for English Language Learners

 

                        C.3.e    Claims Auditor's Report for April 2015-June 2015 

           

            C.4      FUTURE BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETINGS

 

            C.4.a    Tuesday, August 11, 2015             6:30 p.m.   Administration Building

            C.4.b    Tuesday, September 15, 2015       6:30 p.m.   Administration Building

        

            C.5     FROM BOARD COMMITTEES AND/OR INDIVIDUALS

 

                        C.5.a    Student Representative Report

            C.5.b    Erie County Association of School Boards Report

            C.5.c    Board member committee reports

                                   

D.        DEPARTMENT / BUILDING REPORTS

           

E.        REPORTS FROM SUPERINTENDENT AND STAFF

 

            E.1       REVISED POLICY #7420 – WAIVER & APPROVAL

                         Sports and the Athletic Program 


E.2       REVISED POLICY #5530 – WAIVER & APPROVAL

                         Petty Cash Funds and Cash in School Buildings 

 

E.3       NEW POLICY #6490 – WAIVER & APPROVAL

                         Data Privacy and Security (Parents' Bill of Rights)  

 

E.4       REVISED POLICY #8250 – FIRST READING

                         Instruction for English Language Learners 

 

E.5       NEW POLICY #6461 – SECOND READING & APPROVAL

                         Data Networks and Security Access  

 

            E.6       CAPITAL PROJECT UPDATE – B. Sporyz

 


F.         CONSENSUS ITEMS

One motion may approve all "F" items.  If a board member wishes to discuss a

            particular item, the individual should ask for its consideration as a separate matter
            when we consider additions to the agenda.

RECOMMENDED MOTION:  "that approval is given to all consensus items under

Section  F."   

 

            F.1       MINUTES

 

F.1.a    MINUTES OF JUNE 9, 2015

 

F.1.b    MINUTES OF JUNE 22, 2015

 

            F.2       PERSONNEL

       

F.2.a     PERSONNEL CHANGES

F.2.a.1      Administrative Personnel Resignation

F.2.a.2      Instructional Personnel Reinstatement

F.2.a.3      Instructional Personnel Contract Extension

F.2.a.4      Instructional Personnel Appointments

F.2.a.5      Response to Intervention (RTI) Coordinators

F.2.a.6      Technology Team Leaders

F.2.a.7      Department Leaders

F.2.a.8      Web Page Managers

F.2.a.9      Facilitators

F.2.a.10    Team Leaders

F.2.a.11    Instructional Stipends

F.2.a.12    Appointments (Summer Music)

F.2.a.13    Advisors

F.2.a.14    Instructional Personnel Internships (Unpaid)

F.2.a.15    School Related Personnel Retirements

F.2.a.16    School Related Personnel Resignations

F.2.a.17    School Related Personnel Changes of Status

F.2.a.18    School Related Personnel Appointments

             F.2.a.19     School Volunteers (2015-16)

 
            F.3       BUSINESS

 

                        F.3.a    COOPERATIVE BIDDING WITH ERIE 1/ERIE 2 BOCES/ORLEANS-

                                    NIAGARA BOCES

 

                        F.3.b    PARTIAL PAYMENT OF SCHOOL TAXES 

 

                        F.3.c    ADOPTION OF TEXTBOOK – MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH 

 

                        F.3.d    ADOPTION OF TEXTBOOK – K-2 and PILOT 3-5 WORD

                                    STUDY PROGRAM  

                       

                        F.3.e    2015-16 FALL INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETIC SUPPLY BID

 

                        F.3.f    2015-16 PHYSICAL EDUCATION SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT BID 

 

                        F.3.g    ADOPTION OF TEXTBOOK – MIDDLE SCHOOL ELA  

 

                        F.3.h    SURPLUS ITEMS – BOSTON VALLEY – AV ITEMS 

 

                        F.3.i     SURPLUS ITEMS – ARMOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL – AV ITEMS 

 

            F.4       FIELD TRIPS     

                       

                        F.4.a    HAMBURG HIGH SCHOOL, BUSINESS, TO CHICAGO, IL  

 

                        F.4.b    HAMBURG HIGH SCHOOL, HEALTH (Sr. Class), TO NY CITY                       

           

            F.5       RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE ON PRE-SCHOOL SPECIAL

                        EDUCATION

 

            F.6       RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE AND SUB-COMMITTEE ON

                        SPECIAL EDUCATION

 
 

G.       ORGANIZATIONAL MATTERS

 

            G.1      ADMINISTRATION OF OATH (Acted upon in Item A.2 and A.6)

 

            G.2      ELECTION OF OFFICERS AND DELEGATES

                        G.2.a   President (acted upon in item A.3)

                        G.2.b   Vice President (acted upon in item A.3)

                        G.2.c   Board Member Delegate and Alternate to ECASB Delegate Assembly

                        G.2.d   Representative and Alternate to the ECASB Legislative Team

                        G.2.e   Representative and Alternate to the ECASB Budget & Finance Team

                        G.2.f   Voting Member and Alternate to New York State School Boards Assn.

                        G.2.g   Board Member Delegate to the Hamburg Industrial Development

                                    Agency/Hamburg NY Land Development Corp.

                        G.2.h   Board Representatives to Health Advisory Council

                        G.2.i    Board Member Delegate and Alternate to Leadership Forum

                        G.2.j    Board Representatives to the Transportation Committee

                        G.2.k   Board Representatives to the Comprehensive District Educational

                                    Planning (CDEP) Team

                        G.2.l    Board Representatives to the Parent-Child Connection

                        G.2.m  Board Representative to the Village/Town Safety Committee

                        G.2.n   Board Representatives to the Budget Ambassadors Committee

                        G.2.o   Board Member Delegate and Alternate to the Technology Committee

                        G.2.p   Board Representatives to the Building Visitation Committee 
                        G.2.q   Board Representatives to the Legislative Advocacy Committee  

 

            G.3      APPOINTMENT OF OFFICERS FOR 2015-2016

                        G.3.a    That the Audit Committee is comprised of all Board of Education

                                     members; and
 

                        G.3.b    Diane R. Haight be appointed District Treasurer; and

                                     Debra Magee be appointed Deputy District Treasurer                         

 

                        G.3.c     Barbara S. Sporyz be appointed District Clerk

                                                                                                                                               

                        G.3.d    that the following be appointed tax collector for the district:

                                      Catherine Rybczynski           Towns of Hamburg, Orchard Park,

                                                                                     Boston and Eden 

 

                        G.3.e     that Mary Valtin be appointed Claims Auditor

 
            G.4      OTHER APPOINTMENTS FOR 2015-2016

                        G.4.a     that Gerald Lauria be appointed the school physician in the Hamburg

                                      Central School District and be offered a proportionate share of the annual

                                      physical examinations of students including preschool children and

                                      athletes at $6.50 per student, and examinations of school personnel

                                      at $35.00 per adult; and

 

                        G.4.b     that Hodgson Russ, LLP be appointed bond counsel; and

 

                        G.4.c     that Munistat Services, Inc. be appointed financial advisor; and

 

                        G.4.d     that Hodgson Russ, LLP be appointed legal counsel; and

 

                        G.4.e     that the firm of Lumsden & McCormick be appointed external auditor; and

 

                        G.4.f      that the firm of Bahgat & Laurito-Bahgat, CPAs, P.C. be appointed

                                      internal auditor; and

                                               

                        G.4.g     that persons named on Enclosure G.4.g be appointed as members of the

                                      Committee on Special Education; and

 

                        G.4.h     that persons named on Enclosure G.4.h be appointed as members of the

                                      Subcommittee on Special Education; and

 

                        G.4.i      that persons named on Enclosure G.4.i be appointed as members of the

                                      Committee on Preschool Special Education; and

 

            G.4.j      that persons named on Enclosure G.4.j (Impartial Hearing Officer Rotational

                                      List) be approved as recommended, in accordance with Part 200 of the
                                      Regulations of the Commissioner of Education, as certified and eligible
                                      hearing officers in special education impartial hearings in this district; and

 

                        G.4.k     That the following individuals be appointed Dignity Act Coordinators:

                                      AES          Leslie Bennett, Jean Tuholski

                                      BVS          James Martinez, Andrea Czerwinski

                                      CAS          Danielle Lango, Michelle Chaffee

                                      UPES        Jackie Peffer, Catherine Gavin

                                      HMS         Jen Giallella, Jill Crossetta

                                      HHS          Michael Gallagher, Kristina LaMendola, Nevia Ramos

                                      HAB         Colleen B. Kaney                       

 

                        G.4.l      that Barbara S. Sporyz be appointed Records Retention and Disposition

                                      Officer; and

 

                        G.4.m    that Barbara S. Sporyz be appointed the Records Access Officer; and

 

                        G.4.n     that Michael R. Cornell be appointed the Freedom of Information Appeals

                                      Officer; and

 

                        G.4.o     that Colleen B. Kaney be appointed Section 504 Compliance Officer; and

 

                        G.4.p     that Brent Jordan be appointed the Medicaid Compliance Officer; and

 

                        G.4.q     that Barbara S. Sporyz be appointed Purchasing Agent; and

 

                        G.4.r      that Michael R. Cornell be appointed as Appointing Authority; and

 

                        G.4.s      that Colleen B. Kaney be appointed Liaison for Homeless Children & Youth;

                                      and

 

                        G.4.t      that Brent Jordan and Colleen B. Kaney be appointed Title  IX/ADA

                                      Co-Compliance Officers; and

 

                        G.4.u     that Colleen B. Kaney be appointed the Civil Rights Compliance

                                      Officer; and

 

                        G.4.v     that Mary Valtin be appointed Attendance Officer; and

                       

                        G.4.w    that Kevin Strong be appointed Chemical Hygiene Officer; and

 

                        G.4.x     that Kevin Strong be appointed Pesticide Notification Officer; and

 

                        G.4.y     that the Superintendent Michael R. Cornell be designated the

                                      Educational Official to receive court notifications regarding students’

                                      sentences/adjudications; and

 

                        G.4.z     that Anne Scoma (HHS-50%), Beverly Bomberski (HHS-50%), and

                                      Linda Steen (HMS) be appointed Central Treasurers for Extraclassroom
                                      Activity funds    
 
          G.5      DESIGNATIONS FOR 2015-2016           

 

                        G.5.a     that the following banks be designated as depositories for the school district:

                                      a.        Manufacturers & Traders Trust Company

                                      b.        JP Morgan Chase Bank

 

            G.5.b     2015-2016 Board Meeting Schedule

                                      that all regular Board of Education meetings start at 6:30 p.m.  Budget Work
                                      Sessions begin at 6:00 p.m.

 

                        G.5.c     that the following be designated as official newspapers of the district:

                                      a.        The Hamburg Sun

                                      b.        The Orchard Park Bee

 

                        G.5.d     that the bulletin board in the Administration Building foyer be used for

                                      officially posting the time and date of board meetings; and

 

                        G.5.e     that Erie 1 BOCES be designated as the Occupational Education

                                      Advisory Council for the Hamburg Central School District for the

                                      2015-2016 school year.

 

                                      The Occupational Education Advisory Council is a yearly

                                      designation that must have board approval.  Erie 1 BOCES has been so

                                      designated for at least the last twenty-five years.  


             G.6     AUTHORIZATIONS FOR 2015-2016  


                        G.6.a     that the superintendent be designated to apply for Grants in Aid (State

                                      and Federal): Education Law 1711, 2508; and            


                        G.6.b     that the superintendent be authorized to approve requests for conferences

                                      and field trips involving staff and students in accordance with established

                                      policies and rules and regulations of the district; and 


                        G.6.c     that the tax collector be authorized to invest tax money                       


                        G.6.d     that the superintendent be authorized to approve budget

                                      transfers pursuant to Policy #5321

 

                        G.6.e     to establish petty cash funds in the amount of $100 and $200 and that

                                      the following individuals be appointed custodians of Petty Cash funds:

 

                                      Barbara S. Sporyz –Business Office–Administration Building

                                      Michael R. Cornell – Superintendent’s Office – Admin. Bldg.

                                      Patrick Cauley - HPER Office (High School)

                                      Michele Darstein – Continuing Education Office

                                      Michael Gallagher – HHS ($200)

                                      Jennifer Giallella – HMS ($200)

                                      Leslie Bennett – AES

                                      James Martinez – BVS  

                                      Danielle Lango – CAS

                                      Jacqueline Peffer – UPES

                                      Brent Jordan – Technology Department

                                      Colleen B. Kaney – Pupil Services Office

                                      Linda Muldoon – Food Service ($100 per bldg.)

 

                        G.6.f      that Michael R. Cornell and Barbara S. Sporyz be appointed

                                      Certifiers of Instructional and Civil Service Payrolls; and

 

                        G.6.g     That the following individuals be approved as designated signatures on

                                      checks:

                                      District Treasurer:  Diane R. Haight

                                      Deputy District Treasurer:  Debra Magee

                                      Extraclassroom Accounts – Diane R. Haight (ES)

                                      Jennifer Giallella (HMS)

                                      Michael Gallagher (HHS)

                                      Michael Tylock (HHS)

                                      Amanda Bolin (HHS) 


           G.7      OTHER ITEMS FOR 2015-2016  

 

                        G.7.a     that all policies and Code of Ethics in effect during the

                                      previous year be adopted as revised for the 2015-2016 school year; and

 

                        G.7.b     that the reimbursement rate to personnel when serving in an approved

                                      capacity will be the IRS rate; and

 

                        G.7.c     that the following persons comprise the Board of Election:

                                      a.        Sharon Matern, Inspector          $630.00        Effective:  7/1/15

                                      b.        Sandra Hudden, Inspector         $200.00        Effective:  7/1/15

 

                        G.7.d     authorizing the blanket bonding of all Hamburg Central School District

                                      employees per Public Officers Law, Section 11 and Commissioner’s

                                      Regulation 170.2, and authorizing the following individuals to be bonded

                                      up to 10% of the general fund budget:

 

                                      District Treasurer

                                      Deputy District Treasurer

                                      Assistant Superintendent for Administrative Services & Finance

                                      Internal Claims Auditor

                                      Superintendent of Schools

 
 

H.        ACTION ITEMS     

 

            H.1      CONSULTANT AGREEMENT FOR MEDICAID SERVICES

  

            H.2      CONSULTANT AGREEMENT FOR STAC SERVICES 

 

            H.3      AGREEMENT FOR PHYSICAL THERAPY SERVICES 

           

            H.4      NYSSBA - AREA 1 DIRECTOR

 

H.5      HAMBURG SCHOOL DISTRICT ATHLETIC PLACEMENT PROCESS

RECOMMENDED MOTION:  “that the Board of Education hereby approves

                        that the Hamburg Central School District participate in the New York State
                        Public High School Athletic Association’s Athletic Placement Process for highly
                        skilled and exceptionally talented 7th and 8th grade students to compete on
                        varsity and junior varsity level sports.” 

 

            H.6      DONATIONS - HAMBURG ALUMNI FOUNDATION


            H.7      DONATION AGREEMENT – HAMBURG BULLDOGS BOOSTER

                        CLUB, INC.  

 

      H.8      WARRANT #11 - MAY 2015 - $7,580,580.10

  

            H.9      TREASURER'S REPORT - MAY 2015    

 

            H.10    EXTRACLASSROOM ACTIVITIES ACCOUNT – MAY 2015  

 

H.11    SALARY SCHEDULES

 

H.12    STANDARD WORKDAY REPORTABLE TO THE ERS          

 

            H.13    SCHOOL DISTRICT TRAINING OFFICER AGREEMENT 

 

H.14    RESOLUTION REPEALING POLICY 5322 – CONFERENCE

                        REIMBURSEMENT

                        RECOMMENDED MOTION:  “that the Board of Education of the

                        Hamburg Central School District approves of the following resolution:

 

WHEREAS, Hamburg Central School District Policy #5322 –

                        Conference Reimbursement - currently provides for reimbursement for travel,
                        meals, hotels registration and miscellaneous items; and

 

WHEREAS, these items are covered in Regulation #6160R – Professional

                        Development and Conference Attendance/Expense Reimbursement; and

                                   

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that District Policy #5322

                        Conference Reimbursement is hereby repealed and thereby removed from the
                        District’s Policy Manual.     


            H.15    MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT – (Teacher Tuition Rates) HTA

                        RECOMMENDED MOTION: “that the Board of Education of the Hamburg

                        Central School District approves the Memorandum of Agreement between

                        the district and Hamburg Teachers’ Association effective for the 2015-2016

                        schools year.”


            H.16    TUITION RATES FOR 2015-2016

                        RECOMMENDED MOTION:  “that the tuition rates be approved

                        for the 2015-2016 school year as follows:

 

                        That the tuition rates for general instruction for children of staff be as follows:

                                      a.        Grades K-5                             $1,371.00

                                      b.        Grades 6-12                            $1,549.00

 

                        That the tuition rates for general instruction for non-resident children be as

follows:                      

                                      a.        Grades K-6                             $8,067.00

b.        Grades 7-12                            $8,116.00

 

                        That the tuition rates for non-resident Special Education children be as

                        follows:                       

                                      a.        Grades K-6                             $26,698.00

b.        Grades 7-12                            $26,747.00

 

            H.17    MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT – (10-month Assistant High

                        School Principal) HAC

                        RECOMMENDED MOTION: “that the Board of Education of the Hamburg

                        Central School District approves the Memorandum of Agreement between

                        the district and Hamburg Administrative Council (HAC) effective

                        July 1, 2015  to June 30, 2016.”       

 

            H.18    MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT – (Change of Work Hours) HTAA

                        RECOMMENDED MOTION: “that the Board of Education of the Hamburg

                        Central School District approves the Memorandum of Agreement between

                        the district and Hamburg Teacher Aide Association (HTAA) effective

                        in the 2015-2016 school year.”  

 
            H.19    MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT – (Change of Work Hours)

                        Hamburg Registered Professional School Nurses’, COTA’s, Computer Aides’,

                        Microcomputer Repair Technicians’ Association  

                        RECOMMENDED MOTION: “that the Board of Education of the Hamburg

                        Central School District approves the Memorandum of Agreement between

                        the district and Hamburg Registered Professional School Nurses’, COTA’s,

                        Computer Aides’, Microcomputer Repair Technicians’ Association effective

                        in the 2015-2016 school year.”  

 

            H.20    DONATIONS - TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE OF UPES  

 

            H.21    AGREEMENT FOR SPEECH-LANGUAGE THERAPY SERVICES

 

            H.22    AGREEMENT FOR SPEECH-LANGUAGE THERAPY SERVICES  

 

            H.23    AGREEMENT FOR THERAPY SERVICES  

 

H.24    CONTRACT FOR SPECIAL SERVICES – MUSIC THERAPY 

 

H.25    CONTRACT FOR SPECIAL SERVICES – MUSIC THERAPY  

 

            H.26    CONTRACT FOR SPECIAL SERVICES – SPEECH SERVICES  

 

H.27    ORIENTATION AND MOBILITY SCHOOL AGE CONTRACT SERVICE

            AGREEMENT, DISTRICT TVI SCHOOL AGE CONTRACT, ADDENDUM:

                        SCREENERS FOR O&M AND TVI EVALUATIONS/SERVICES, AND A
                        DISTRICT TVI/O&M EVALUATION CONTRACT  

 

H.28    IMPLEMENTATION OF GIRLS’ HOCKEY

            RECOMMENDED MOTION:  that the Board of Education hereby approves

                        of the adoption of Girls’ Ice Hockey to combine with the West Seneca Central
                        School District beginning in the 2015-2016 school year to compete in the Section
                        VI Girls’ Ice Hockey Federation.”  

 

H.29    CONTRACT FOR SPECIAL SERVICES – SPEECH SERVICES 

 

H.30    CONTRACT FOR SPECIAL SERVICES - ABA

 

H.31    CONTRACT FOR SPECIAL SERVICES - SEIT     

 

H.32    HAMBURG SCHOOL CAR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES - SUMMER

 

H.33    HAMBURG SCHOOL CAR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES – 2015-16

 


I.         PUBLIC EXPRESSION AND INFORMATION  

PERSONS WISHING TO ADDRESS THE BOARD

Some topics are not permitted to be discussed in the public forum; for example, any topic related
to an employee or that can be implied to be related to an employee; special education placements,
individual student situations, etc. If the topic is inappropriate for the public forum, the Board
president will instruct you not to speak, but rather, present your concerns in writing for the
Board’s discussion in Executive Session.

According to the district’s Civility Policy #3150, the district promotes mutual respect, civility,
and orderly conduct among District employees, parents, and the public. The policy is not
intended to deprive any person of his or her right to freedom of expression. Rather, seek to
maintain, to the extent possible and reasonable, a safe, harassment-free workplace for students
and staff. In the interest of presenting teachers and other employees as positive role models,
we encourage positive communication and discourage volatile, hostile, or aggressive actions.

            This District seeks public cooperation with this endeavor.
 

According to the district’s Code of Conduct on School Property Policy #3410, there are
provisions regarding conduct deemed appropriate and acceptable on school property and at
school functions, conduct deemed unacceptable and inappropriate on school property; and
provisions regarding acceptable civil and respectful treatment of teachers, school administrators,
other school personnel, students and visitors on school property and at school functions
(school board meetings).

The chair will recognize the individual or group. Individuals must identify themselves with name
and address. The board will allocate a maximum of thirty (30) minutes for this agenda item.

            Speakers shall have a maximum of five (5) minutes each.In the event more than six (6) persons
            wish to address the board, they will each receive a proportionate share of the time.  
 
 

J.         ADJOURNMENT

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