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March 10, 2022 at 6:30 PM - Regular Meeting

Description:  If you have questions or comments related to items not on the agenda, you may address the Board during Part II of the agenda. For public comment related to items which are listed on the agenda for discussion and possible legal action, you may provide input during the time the Board discusses the item.  In either case, please complete a "Request to Speak" Form and submit it to the Board Secretary before the meeting is called to order. Your name will be called when it's your turn to speak. Citizens are asked to restrict their comments to three (3) minutes. Groups wishing to speak should select a spokesperson to represent the view of the group.   Before you begin to speak, please identify yourself by clearly stating for the record your name and address.
I.1. Call to Order
I.2. Roll Call
I.3. Pledge of Allegiance
I.4. Moment of Silence
I.5. Adoption of Agenda
II. Public Comments
Description:  Action taken as a result of this open call for public comments or requests regarding items that are not on the agenda will be limited to directing the staff to study the matter or to reschedule the matter for further consideration at a future Board Meeting. Board Members are permitted to respond to criticism from the public, but may not discuss or take legal action on matters raised during the open call to the public.
III. Board Meeting Minutes Not Previously Approved
III.1. Regular Meetings
February 10, 2022
IV. Presentations and Reports
Description:  (Notice must be specific as to the type of report that will be given, subject matter and who will be making the report. The Board may engage in discussion but will take no action during the meeting).
IV.1. Superintendent’s report
IV.1.1. ESSER II and III updates and progress
Presenter:  Mike Westcott, Lynn Leonard
IV.2. Board Member Reports
Description:  Board Members may provide a brief summary of current events.
IV.2.1. Prom Closet and Donations 
Presenter:  Carol Anne Teague
IV.3. Site Administrative Report
IV.3.1. Update on Site Council, a high school newsletter and prom planning. 
Presenter:  Genie Gee
IV.3.2. State testing schedules and testing update
Presenter:  Shannon Anderson
Specific information on routine vouchers and personnel will be available at the District Office 24 hours prior to Board Meetings. Please see the Governing Board Secretary during regular office hours.
Description:  (All items listed hereunder are considered to be routine and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a Board member so requests, in which event the item will be removed from the consent agenda and will be discussed separately).
V.1. Approval of Routine Vouchers
V.1.1. Expense
1028 - $119,111.41
1029 - $ 22,896.90
V.1.2. Payroll
20 - $352,834.19
21 - $362,272.83
22 - $110,733.42
V.1.3. Bookstore Activity
Description:  Ratification of payments 
V.2. Personnel
V.2.1. Staff Retention Stipend
V.2.2. Administration 
V.2.2.1. Classified administrator contract 2022-23
V.2.2.2. Certified administrator contract 2022-23
V.2.3. Certified Staff
V.2.3.1. Counselor’s contract
V.2.4. Classified Staff
V.2.4.1. 12, 11, 10-month hourly contracts, bus driver’s contract
V.3. Donations
$3,000 - Drama Department - Donor asked to remain anonymous 
$2,000 - Band Department - Donor asked to remain anonymous
30 Dell PC's - Rick Finley's Classroom - Embry Riddle University 
45 AMD Graphics Cards - Rick Finley's Classroom - Embry Riddle University 
1 pair of women's track shoes (new) - Track & Field - Maryann Seams 
1997 Ford Taurus - Auto Class - Delores Denapewolf 
V.4. Policy Second Readings
V.4.1. 2nd Reading of modifications to Policy GCCA- Professional/Support Staff Sick Leave
V.5. Agreements
V.5.1. Audit contract with Heinfeld-Meech for FY22-26
Presenter:  Lynn Leonard
VI.1. Salary and Benefits Committee guidelines
Presenter:  Mike Westcott
Description:  Consideration and possible approval of Salary and Benefits Committee guidelines and assurances.  As described by Board Policy BDF, the Board shall approve guidelines for advisory committees prior to their first meeting.
VI.2. Student Activities
Description:  Consideration and possible approval of a delegate for the  approval of student activities fund raising activities for FY22, a student activities handbook and a treasurer/co-treasurer.
VI.3. Federal Single Audit and USFR compliance
Presenter:  Lynn Leonard
Description:  Consideration and possible acceptance of federal single-audit and USFR compliance questionnaire.
VII.1. Information, discussion and review presentation of all phases of our response to the CMSi curriculum audit.
Presenter:  Mike Westcott
Description:  Discussion regarding recommendation #2 from the CMSi curriculum audit:  EMBARC Curriculum Management Plan.
VII.2. First Reading of modifications to Policy JFB-Open Enrollment
Presenter:  Mike Westcott
Description:  Discussion regarding additions to Policy JFB in order to align with ASBA model policy and Policy Advisory #703.
VII.3. First Reading of modifications to Policy IKFB Graduation Exercises.
Presenter:  Mike Westcott
Description:  Discussion regarding additions to Policy IKFB in order to remove a conflict with Policy JFABB/JFABB-R regarding foreign exchange students.
VII.4. Information and discussion regarding Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) governance and the relationship with the District
Presenter:  Yancey Devore
VII.5. Information and discussion regarding grounds and athletics facility upgrades
Presenter:  Yancey Devore, Lynn Leonard
VII.6. Information and discussion regarding a Driver’s education program.  Discussion regarding the pros and cons of a driver’s education program as part of the MUHS curriculum
Presenter:  Mike Westcott



(The Board will not propose, discuss, comment, or take legal action during the meeting)

VIII.1. Requests for Future Agenda Items

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