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SAD 27 board will meet Dec. 3

 FORT KENT, Maine — The 847th meeting of the directors of SAD 27 will be held at 6 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 3, 2018, in the library at Community High School.

Citizens in the audience are invited to speak during public comment and/or on a topic that is introduced during the course of the meeting under New Business. Each citizen is to be limited to one presentation, per citizen, per topic, of not more than three minutes. Audience participation shall cease on a topic at such time as the chairman calls for board discussion.

The agenda follows.

1 – CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL

2 – ADJUSTMENTS TO AGENDA

3 – APPROVAL OF MINUTES

a – 846th Meeting, November 5, 2018

4 – APPROVAL OF FINANCIAL STATEMENT

a – October 2018 Financial Statement

5 – SUPERINTENDENT

a – CHS French Exchange

b – Recycling at MSAD27 Schools

c – MEA Data

d – Valley Unified Regional Service Center News and Updates

e – Administrators’ Reports

6 – ITEMS FOR INFORMATION

a – Retirements:

b – Resignations:

c – Transfers:

d – New Hires: CHS Varsity Alpine Ski Coach; CHS Varsity Assistant Alpine Ski Coach; CHS Varsity Assistant Wrestling Coach; VRMS Boys Basketball 7th and 8th Grade Team Coach; VRMS Boys Basketball 6th and 7th Grade Team Coach; VRMS Girls Basketball Coach

e – Current Openings: FKES Special Education Teacher

7 – UNFINISHED BUSINESS

a – MSAD Withdrawal Updates

8 – COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC

Public comment will be entertained on specific business items prior to Board discussion of all new business except on items related to individual employment decisions.

9 – NEW BUSINESS

a – First Read of Policy JLF: Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting

b – First Read of Policy JLF-E: Suspected Child Abuse/Neglect Reporting Form

c – First Read of Policy JLFA: Child Sexual Abuse Prevention and Response

d – To consider an executive session to conduct the annual evaluation of the Superintendent, pursuant to 1 MRSA§405(6)(A).

10 – MOTION TO ADJOURN

 

 

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