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September 19, 2013 at 5:30 PM - Regular

Agenda
I. CALL TO ORDER
II. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
II.A. Board of Education Retreat Meeting Minutes - August 6, 2013
II.B. Board of Education Regular Meeting Minutes - August 15, 2013
II.C. Board of Education Special Meeting Minutes - September 11, 2013
III. COMMENTS FROM AUDIENCE
IV. CONSENT AGENDA
IV.A. Approval of Authorized Signatures for Bank Accounts
Attachments: (1)
IV.B. Approval of New Hires
IV.C. Approval of New Positions [Total 1.5 FTE] as Funded by The Learning Network
Attachments: (1)
IV.D. Neighborhood Enterprise Zone Exemption Certificate - Heather Smith, 525 Marketplace Blvd., Kalamazoo - 12-31-12 through 12-31-22.
IV.E. Approval of Grants to submit to Michigan Council for the Arts and Cultural Affairs'
Attachments: (1)
V. PROGRAM AND/OR CONFERENCE REVIEW
V.A. Education for the Arts - PACE Program Video - Bryan Zocher
VI. ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS
VI.A. Financial/Business Report - Ms. Norman
VI.A.1. Monthly Budget Reports - Mr. Thomas
Attachments: (1)
VI.A.2. Lakeside Charter Update - Ms. Norman
VI.B. Instructional Report - Dr. McGlinchey
VI.B.1. Monthly Head Start Update
VI.C. Special Education Report - Ms. Montgomery
VI.C.1. Informational-Parent Advisory Committee Meeting Schedule 2013-2014
VI.D. Superintendent Report - Mr. Campbell
VI.D.1. Legislative Update
VI.D.2. Lumina Foundation Grant
VI.D.3. Correspondence
VI.D.3.a. Thrun Law Notes
VI.D.3.b. Student Scholarship Thank You Notes
VII. ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION AND/OR ACTION
VII.A. APPOINTMENT OF MASB 2013 DELEGATE AND ALTERNATE TO THE DELEGATE ASSEMBLY
[This item was tabled from the August 15, 2013 meeting]
Description:  Superintendent recommends that the Board of Education appoint a voting delegate and alternate for the MASB 2013 Delegate Assembly on October 24, 2013.
Attachments: (1)
VII.B. APPROVAL OF THE MICHIGAN COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS GRANT SUBMISSION
Description:  In 2012-13, the EFA PACE (Professional Artists and Collaborating Educators) Program provided free dance and theater residencies to 2,474 Kalamazoo County K-8 students in 19 schools through regular classroom settings, specials classes, lunch-and-learn initiatives, and after-school programs. Participating students worked with professional teaching artists 1-3 times per week for 8-12 weeks.  During the residencies, students learned the fundamental elements of dance and theater and explored the creative process.  A prime focus of the residencies was for teaching artists to guide students in developing, editing, producing, and presenting their own creative work.  It is anticipated with the assistance of 2014 $30,000 Michigan Council for the Arts and Cultural Affairs grant that the PACE program will reach over 3,500 K-8 students in every Kalamazoo County school district.
Attachments: (1)
VII.C. APPROVAL OF MS. MOLLIE PETERSON AS YOUTH ADVANCEMENT ACADEMY BOARD MEMBER FOR TERM FROM OCTOBER 15, 2013 TO JUNE 30, 2016
Description:  Superintendent recommends that the Board of Education approve the appointment of Ms. Mollie Peterson to serve on the Youth Advancement Academy Board.  The YAA Board approved this appointment at their August 27, 2013 board meeting.
Attachments: (1)
VIII. COMMENTS AND/OR QUESTIONS FROM THE AUDIENCE
IX. ADJOURNMENT
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