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October 8, 2019 at 4:00 PM - Regular Board Meeting

Agenda
1. Call to Order
1.A. Pledge of Allegiance
1.B. Approval of a Flexible Agenda (For Possible Action)
Description:  The Trustees reserve the right to take items in a different order to accomplish business in the most efficient manner.
2. Consent Items (For Possible Action)
Description:  Information concerning the following consent items has been forwarded to each Board Member for study prior to this meeting.  Unless a Trustee or member of the audience has a question concerning a particular item and asks that it be withdrawn from the consent list, the items are approved at one time by the Board of Trustees.  
Note:  If one of the following items is removed for discussion, it will be heard at the end of the consent items.  
2.A. Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting of September 10, 2019
Description:  Attached are Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting of September 10, 2019 for review and approval. 

RECOMMENDATION:  Approve the Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting of September 10, 2019.
2.B. Accounts Payable Special and Regular Run Vouchers
Description:  A complete list of payments contained in Accounts Payable Special Vouchers numbers 99722020, 20212022, 2023 ,2024, 2025, 2026  and Regular Run Voucher Number 2027 and 2028  are provided to the Board members via e-mail for review prior to the meeting.  Vouchers have been prepared in accordance to state law and copies of the Vouchers are available for review by the public at the Superintendent's office prior to the meeting.

RECOMMENDATION: Approve Special Run Voucher Numbers  99722020, 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024, 2025, 2026, and Regular Run Voucher Number 2027 and 2028.
2.C. Personnel Report No. 19-10
Description:  Listed on the Personnel Report No. 19-10 are personnel actions presented for consideration by the Board of Trustees.  Salaries for individuals employed will be determined in accordance with salary regulations of the District. 
 
RECOMMENDATION:  Approve personnel actions in Personnel Report No.  19-10.
2.D. Budget Voucher Adjustments 
Description:  A complete list of budget adjustments made by the Director of Business Services during the recent course of business is provided for review and approval by the Board of Trustees as required by NRS 354.598005.

RECOMMENDATION:  Approve the Budget Voucher Adjustment for July 2019 as submitted. 
2.E. Approval of Annual NWRPDP Report
Description:  Annually the Northwest Regional Professional Development Program (NWRPDP) provides a report on the number of teachers and administrators employed by the school district who receive training through the program and evaluation of training received.  As per NRS 3911A.205, pages 29, 68-72, and 136-137 of this report are submitted for approval by the DCSD Board of Trustees. 

Recommendation:  Approve the Annual NWRPDP Report. 
2.F. Copier Contract Approval
Description:  In order for efficient and timely processing of copier leases and maintenance contracts, the Business Services office is requesting board review and approval of all current copier contracts in order to align payment through Special Voucher runs in accordance with BP 614.

RECOMMENDATION:  Approve contracts as presented. 
2.G. Monthly Update of  Enrollment Counts (Information Only)
Description:  Monthly update on enrollment numbers for each school site is provided to the Board. 
Attachments: (1)
2.H. Donations (Information Only)
Description:  Below is a summary of donations received by school sites over the last month.  The District wishes to acknowledge and thank the generosity of all donors on behalf of the students we serve.  
 ASPIRE Academy
*Carson Valley Crystal Angels-$2000 to support student needs and programs
CC Meneley Elementary
*The Bodenstein Family - Four bikes and helmets to use for Walk-a-thon prizes
Douglas High School 
*Gary & Susan Wittig - Pint and quart containers to the Culinary Arts and Art Departments
*Alex Uribe, State Farm Insurance - $250.00 to the FBLA program
School Nutrition Program
*Bob & Heather Gillette - $175.00 for elementary schools lunch debt
*Cross Roads Church - $615.00 for the Angel Accounts at all schools
Jacks Valley Elementary
*Hilltop Church - Snacks to use for after school tutoring
3. Introduction and Special Recognition  (Special Recognition)
4. Nevada Association of School Boards (NASB) Report (Information and Discussion)
Description:  Karen Chessell, NASB Director,  will present details of NASB accomplishments, current issues, and goals.
5. Board Reports (Information and Discussion)
Description:  Brief updates from the Board regarding District activities. 
6. Correspondence 
7. Superintendent Report (Administrative Report) 
Description:  Superintendent, Mrs. White, will report to the Board regarding activities of the past month and upcoming District events that may be of interest to them. 
9. Public Comment (5:30 p.m.)
Description:  Comments from the public are invited at this time on topics not specifically addressed elsewhere in the agenda.  A sign-up sheet is provided and individuals who wish to address the Board are asked to indicate their desire to speak and the topic about which they will speak.  Individuals wishing to address the Board at this time will be limited to three minutes. The Board is precluded from acting on items raised during Public Comment that are not already on the agenda.  
10. Closed Session (Discussion and For Possible Action)
Description:  The Board will recess to closed session in order to discuss matters with its management representatives pursuant to NRS 288.220(4).
11. Prioritizing Agenda-Possible Items for Future Board Meetings (Discussion and For Possible Action)
Description:  The Board will seek requests from its members for items to be placed on future meeting agendas in accordance with its policies.  The Board will discuss all agenda items on the list and prioritize those it wishes to come forward at the next Board Meeting. 
12. Public Comment
Description:  Comments from the public are invited at this time on topics not specifically addressed elsewhere in the agenda.  A sign-up sheet is provided and individuals who wish to address the Board are asked to indicate their desire to speak and the topic about which they will speak. Individuals wishing to address the Board at this time will be limited to three minutes. The Board is precluded from acting on items raised during Public Comment that are not already on the agenda.  
13. Adjournment 
Description:  (*) Times are estimated.  Items on the Agenda may be taken out of order.  The Board of Trustees may combine two or more agenda items for consideration, and may remove an item from the agenda or delay discussion relating to an item on the agenda at any time. Generally speaking, the item will be heard no earlier than the time indicated.

If copies of the complete agenda (and supporting materials) are desired in advance, they may be obtained at the District Office on the Friday or Monday preceding a regular Tuesday meeting of the Board.  Please contact Caryn Harper at 775-782-5134 or Charper@dcsd.k12.nv.us.

Notice to Individuals with Disabilities:  Members of the public who require special assistance or accommodations are asked to notify the District Administration at 1638 Mono Avenue, Minden, Nevada, 89423, or by calling 782-5134, so that such notification is received at least twenty four (24) hours prior to the meeting.  In conformance with the Open Meeting Law, it is hereby noted that the agenda for the meeting of the Douglas County School Board of Trustees has been posted at the following locations:

Gardnerville Post Office, Gardnerville, NV
Genoa Post Office, Genoa, NV 
Minden Post Office, Minden, NV  
Stateline Post Office, Stateline, NV
Zephyr Cove Post Office, Zephyr, NV 
Douglas County School District, Minden, NV
District website:  www.dcsd.k12.nv.us
State of Nevada website:  https://notice.nv.gov
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