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July 14, 2022 at 6:15 PM - Regular Meeting

Agenda
I. OPENING
(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
(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
June 9, 2022 
IV. Presentations and Reports
(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.)  
Description:  (Items to be heard only; the Board will not propose, discuss, or take legal action during the meeting unless the specific matter is properly noticed for legal action.)
IV.1. Superintendent’s report

IV.1.1. Information regarding the Fall ASBA Law Conference and Delegate Assembly

Presenter:  Mike Westcott
V. ACTION ITEMS - CONSENT
(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.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.)
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
1044 - $208,731.56
1045-  $275,768.17
1046 - $  14,265.78
V.1.2. Payroll
32 - $269,950.22
33 - $115,126.85
1   - $  47,818.41 
V.1.3. Bookstore Activity
Description:  Ratification of payments 
V.2. Personnel
V.2.1. Administration 
 
V.2.2. Certified Staff
V.2.3. Classified Staff
V.3. Donations
V.4. Policy Second Readings

V.4.1. Second Reading of modifications to Policy GCQF related to provisions for non-disciplinary paid administrative leave of certificated staff.

V.5. Agreements
V.5.1. IGA with City of Cottonwood for SRO
V.5.2. IGA with NAH for Certified Athletic Trainer
V.5.3. User agreement with BSN Sports to provide a “Sideline Store”
V.5.4. One (1) year IGA renewal with Sedona Oak Creek District as authorized by the current agreement for a CTE director.
V.5.5. IGA with Beyond Textbooks for the 2022-23 school year.
V.5.6. IGA for Education Services Between Mingus Union High School District #4 and Yavapai County.
VI. ACTION ITEMS - DISTRICT BUSINESS
VI.1. Discussion and Possible adoption of the Mingus Union High School District Expenditure Budget for Fiscal Year 2023. As authorized by A.R.S. 15-905(E), the MUHSD Governing Board will consider adoption of the FY23 Expenditure Budget.
Presenter:  Lynn Leonard
VI.2. Exceed M & O Subsections- Discussion and possible approval of the Maintenance and Operation Agreement with Yavapai County Education Service Agency.
Presenter:  Lynn Leonard
VI.3. Consideration of interscholastic eligibility for online charter school students. Annual consideration of interscholastic eligibility for online charter school students with residency within the District boundaries
Presenter:  Mike Westcott
VI.4. School Year 2022-23 Bell schedule - Discussion and possible approval of the school year 2022-23 bell schedule.
Presenter:  Genie Gee
VII. INFORMATION AND DISCUSSION ITEMS 
VII.1. First reading of additions to Policy GBEF Staff Use of Digital Communications including Social Media.  Additions to Policy GBEF are in response to the release of best practices for social media and cell phone use between students and school personnel from The State Board of Education.
Presenter:  Mike Westcott
VII.2. Booster Club handbook- Information and Discussion regarding the DRAFT 2022-23 MUHS Booster Club Handbook
Presenter:  Lynn Leonard
VIII. Information Only Items
(The Board will not propose, discuss, comment, or take legal action during the meeting)
VIII.1. Requests for Future Agenda Items
IX. ADJOURNMENT

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