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SAD 33 board to meet Wednesday in St. Agatha

ST. AGATHA,  Maine — The 1044th meeting of the Maine School Administrative District No. 33 will be held at 6:00pm
on January 27, 2021 at Wisdom Middle/High School in St. Agatha.

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 following link:

https://bit.ly/MrSiroisYouTube.

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 1043: December 15, 2020

5. Approval of Financial Statements

a. Approval of December Revenue & Expenditure Reports

6. Superintendent

a. DOE News and Updates

b. Earned Paid Leave

c. Post Holiday Reintegration Plan

d. Winter Sports Update

e. Administrator Reports

7. Items of Business

Old Business:

a. Valley Unified Education Service Center

New Business:

a. Items for Information:

i. Retirements

ii. Resignations

iii. Transfers

iv. New Hires

v. Current Openings

b. Approval of Winter Coaches

c. Annual Review of Senior Privilege Agreement/Authorization (JHCA)

d. School Calendar 2021-22

e. MSAD33’s Plan for the Future

f. Determine next Board Meeting Date

g. Motion to enter into Executive Session to discuss labor contract negotiations with the
MSAD33 Education Support Personnel pursuant to 1 M.R.S.A.§405(6)(D)

h. Motion to enter into Executive Session for the Annual Evaluation of the
Superintendent pursuant to 1 M.R.S.A. § 405(6)(A)

8. Motion to Adjourn

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