SAD 27 board will meet Aug. 5, 2020

FORT KENT, Maine — The 882nd meeting of the directors of MSAD No. 27 will be held at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2020, in the Fort Kent Community High School library or via Zoom video conferencing.

Notice to the public: In accordance with An Act To Implement Provisions Necessary to the Health, Welfare, and Safety of the Citizens of Maine in Response to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency, and enacted to read Sec. G-1 1 MRSA § 403-A Public proceedings through remote access during declaration of state of emergency due to COVID-19, board meetings will be held via Zoom Video Conferencing. Any member of the public who would like to watch the meeting, and ask questions during the public participation period, can do so by accessing the Superintendent’s YouTube Channel at this link:

1. Call meeting to Order

2. Adjustments to the Agenda

3. Period of Public Participation on Items of this Agenda

4. Approval of Minutes

a. Meeting 881: July 15, 2020

5. Approval of Financial Statements

a. June 2020

6. Superintendent

a. COVID-19 Updates

i. Coronavirus Relief Funds

ii. Revenue Forecasting Information

b. VUESC Updates

c. Think Tank Updates

7. Items of Business

Old Business:

a. Reintegration Plan Update

b. 2020-21 School Calendar

c. MPA Fall Sports Guidance Update

New Business:

a. Items for Information:

i. Retirements

ii. Resignations:  Cook’s Helper at CHS

iii. Transfers

iv. New Hires

v. Current Openings:  CHS/VRMS Restorative Practice Interventionist; FKES B-Wing Literacy Support Ed Tech III; Cook’s Helper at CHS

b. MSAD27 Facilities Updates/Projects

c. Technology Take Home Agreement Update

d. School Lunch Prices 2020-21

e. Employee Assistance Program

f. District Floating Substitutes

g. Next Meeting Date

h. Declaration and Computation of Votes for the 2020-21 School Budget and Sign Assessments

i. Motion to enter into Executive Session Pursuant to 1 M.R.S.A§405(6)(A) to discuss the duties of employees specific to social media use

8. Motion to Adjourn

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