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June 13, 2022 at 6:30 PM - Regular Meeting

Agenda
I. OPENING - CALL TO ORDER, PLEDGE(S) OF ALLEGIANCE & INVOCATION
Description: 

UNITED STATES FLAG

I pledge allegiance to the Flag
of the United States of America,
and to the Republic for which it stands:
one Nation under God, indivisible, 
With Liberty and Justice for all. 

TEXAS FLAG

The amended (HB1034, effective June 15, 2007) pledge of allegiance to the Texas state flag is: 
"Honor the Texas flag; I pledge allegiance to thee, 
Texas, one state under God, one and indivisible."
II. OPEN FORUM
Description:  Persons desiring to address the Board of Trustees must fill out a speaker's card and submit it to the Administrative Assistant to the Board prior to the meeting. The Board cannot deliberate on any subject matter that is not included on the agenda.
III. CLOSED SESSION
III.A. Personnel, Texas Government Code § 551.074
Description: 

TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE

6. Section 551.074. Personnel Matters

Section 551.074 authorizes certain deliberations about officers and employees of the governmental body to be held in executive session: (a) This chapter does not require a governmental body to conduct an open meeting: (1) to deliberate the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of a public officer or employee; or (2) to hear a complaint or charge against an officer or employee. (b) Subsection (a) does not apply if the officer or employee who is the subject of the deliberation or hearing requests a public hearing.267

This section permits executive session deliberations concerning an individual officer or employee. Deliberations about a class of employees, however, must be held in an open session.268 For example, when a governmental body discusses salary scales without referring to a specific employee, it must meet in an open session.269 The closed meetings authorized by section 551.074 may deal only with officers and employees of a governmental body; closed deliberations about the selection of an independent contractor are not authorized.270

Section 551.074 authorizes the public officer or employee under consideration to request a public hearing.271 In Bowen v. Calallen Independent School District,272 a teacher requested a public hearing concerning nonrenewal of his contract but did not object when the school board moved to go into executive session. The court concluded that the school board did not violate the Act.273

Similarly, in James v. Hitchcock Independent School District,274 a school librarian requested an open meeting on the school district’s unilateral modification of her contract. The court stated that refusal of the request for a hearing before the school board "is permissible only where the teacher does not object to its denial."275 However, silence may not be deemed a waiver if the employee has no opportunity to object.276 When a board heard the employee’s complaint, moved on to other topics, and then convened an executive session to discuss the employee after he left, the court found that the employee had not had an opportunity to object.277


263 TEX. GOV’T CODE ANN. § 551.0726.
264 Id. § 551.073.
265 See Act of Mar. 28, 1973, 63d Leg., R.S., ch. 31, § 2, 1973 Tex. Gen. Laws 45, 46 (former article 6252-17, § 2(f), Revised Civil Statutes).
266 See, e.g., Dallas Cnty. Flood Control Dist. No. 1 v. Cross, 815 S.W.2d 271, 282-83 (Tex. App.—Dallas 1991, writ denied).
267 TEX. GOV’T CODE ANN. § 551.074.
268 Gardner, 21 S.W.3d at 777; Tex. Att’y Gen. Op. No. H-496 (1975) (construing predecessor to Government Code, section 551.074).
Closed Sessions
2012 Open Meetings Handbook • Office of the Attorney General
III.A.1. Concerns Regarding District Personnel
III.B. Student Discipline, Texas Government Code § 551.082
Description:  TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE § 551.082

Sec. 551.082. SCHOOL CHILDREN; SCHOOL DISTRICT EMPLOYEES; DISCIPLINARY MATTER OR COMPLAINT.  (a) This chapter does not require a school board to conduct an open meeting to deliberate in a case: 
 
(1) involving discipline of a public school child; or 
(2) in which a complaint or charge is brought against an employee of the school district by another employee and the complaint or charge directly results in a need for a hearing. 
(b) Subsection (a) does not apply if an open hearing is requested in writing by a parent or guardian of the child or by the employee against whom the complaint or charge is brought. 
 
Added by Acts 1993, 73rd Leg., ch. 28, Sec. 1, eff. Sept. 1, 1993. 
III.C. Security, Texas Government Code § 551.089
Description:  TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE

18. Section 551.089. Deliberations Regarding Security Devices or Security Audits; Closed Meeting. 

Deliberation Regarding Security Devices or Security Audits; Closed Meeting Section 551.089 provides as follows:
This chapter does not require a governmental body to conduct an open meeting to deliberate: (1) security assessments or deployments relating to information resources technology; (2) network security information as described by Section 2059.055(b); or (3) the deployment, or specific occasions for implementation, of security personnel, critical infrastructure, or security devices. .354

TEX. GOV'T CODE ANN. § 551.089(2).
354 TEX. GOV'T CODE §551.089. Chapter 2059 of the Government Code relates to the "Texas Computer Network Security System" Id. §§ 2059.001-.153.
Closed Sessions
2012 Open Meetings Handbook -Office of the Attorney General

 
IV. ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION AND/OR ACTION
IV.A. Consent Agenda
IV.A.1. Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Description:  Background: 
The following minutes are provided for your review: 
  • Regular Meeting-May 9, 2022
  • Special Meeting- May 26, 2022
Administrative Considerations: 
Minutes become official when approved by the Board of Trustees.

Recommendation: 
Approve the minutes of the meetings as presented. 

Board Action: 
Board Approval
IV.A.2. Financial Reports
Description:  Background: 
Financial reports for the previous month are presented. 

Administrative Considerations: 
None

Recommendation: 
As desired by Board

Board Action: 
As needed
Attachments: (3)
IV.A.3. Contracted Services- Regions 7 and 10
Description:  Background: 
Education Service Center contracts are presented for processing for the 2021-2022 school year. 

Administrative Considerations: 
Contracts for Region 7 and Region 10 are presented. 

Recommendation: 
Approve contracts for services as presented. 

Board Action: 
Board approval. 
Attachments: (1)
IV.A.4. Consider approving the Trinity Valley Community College (TVCC) Dual Credit Partnership Agreement for 2022-2023 
Description:  Background:
The Superintendent will present the 2022-2023 Trinity Valley Community College (TVCC) Dual Credit Partnership Agreement. 

Administrative Consideration: 
Consider and take action. 

Recommendation: 
Board approval. 

Board Action: 
As desired by the Board. 

 
IV.A.5. Approve and Adopt Resolution for the Region VII Purchasing Cooperative 
Description:  Background: 
Pursuant to the authority granted by Article 791.011 Interlocal Cooperation Act as amended desires to participate in described purchasing programs of the Regional Purchasing Cooperative. 

Administrative Considerations: 
Rains ISD is of the opinion that participation in these programs will be highly beneficial to the taxpayers of the district through the anticipated savings to be realized. 
Rains ISD does request that the Regional Purchasing Cooperative purchasing program include its stated need for all categories on the Regional Purchasing Cooperative Program annual contracts and Jennifer Johnson is authorized and directed to sign and deliver all necessary requests and other documents in connection therewith for and on behalf of Rains ISD. 

Recommendation: 
Board approval and adoption. 

Board Action: 
Board approval. 
IV.B. Business and Finance
IV.B.1. WAG Report
Description:  Background: 
The WAG Report is provided by the Assistant Superintendent of Finance. 

Administrative Considerations: 
This report keeps the Board apprised of the district's current financial status. 

Recommendation: 
As needed

Board Action: 
Approval is not required for this report, unless action is needed. 

 
Attachments: (1)
IV.B.2. Rains County Appraisal District - 2023 Budget
Description:  Background: 
The Rains County Appraisal District annually prepares a proposed budget that is presented to RISD for approval, according to their budget calendar. 

Administrative Considerations: 
As available, the RCAD proposed budget will be presented. 

Recommendation: 
Board approval. 

Board Action: 
Board approval. 

 
IV.B.3. Payroll Compensation and Benefits Considerations 
Description:  Background: 
Assistant Superintendent, Jeff Fisher will present the Payroll Compensation and Benefits Considerations. 

Administrative Considerations: 
Consider and approve the Payroll Compensation and Benefits Considerations for 2022-23 as presented by the Assistant Superintendent of Finance. 

Recommendation: 
Board approval

Board Action: 
As desired by Board. 


 
IV.C. Curriculum & Instruction
IV.C.1. 2021-22 Annual Academic Report
Description:  Background: 
The 2021-22 Annual Academic Report is presented by the Curriculum Department. 

Administrative Considerations: 
The following items are provided: 
  1. 2021-22 Annual Academic Report
    1. Final Grade Reports
    2. State Assessment Preliminary Results
    3. MAP Results
    4. Dual Credit Enrollment Report
    5. CCMR Indicators
Recommendation: 
Action is not required for this report.

Board Action: 
As desired by Board. 
Attachments: (1)
IV.C.2. 2021-22 School Health Advisory Council (SHAC) Annual Report
Description:  Background: 
This is an annual report requirement. 

Administrative Considerations: 
The Director of Curriculum and Instruction will provide information regarding the 2021-22 School Health Advisory Council (SHAC) Annual Report. 

Recommendation: 
As needed. 

Board Action: 
Board approval as needed. 
Attachments: (1)
IV.C.3. Consider and Approve the 180 Degree Education Curriculum for students in grades 7-12 recommended by the Rains ISD Student Health Advisory Council (SHAC).
Description:  Background: 
With new guidance regarding the Student Health Advisory Council (SHAC), the Board must select the district's Human Sexuality instruction per Texas Education Code 28.004 and the RISD Policy EHAA (LEGAL) based on the recommendation of the SHAC.  The SHAC which is composed of district staff, community members, and parents recommended 180 Degree Education, at their May 12th & May 19, 2022, Public Meetings. 

180 Degree Education complies with EHAA (LEGAL) content of Human Sexuality Instruction. 

Administrative Concerns: 


Recommendation: 
The recommendation is that the Rains ISD Board of Trustees approve the 180 Degree Education Curriculum for students in grades 7-12 as recommended by the Rains ISD Student Health Advisory Council (SHAC), and as recommended by Rachel Bounds, Director of Curriculum and Instruction. 

Board Action: 
As desired by Board. 
IV.D. Superintendent Reports
IV.D.1. District Activities & Projects
Description:  Background: 
The Superintendent will share information with the Board on district activities and projects. 

Administrative Considerations: 
Any items that would require Board action will be presented along with the report. 

Recommendation: 
As needed

Board Action: 
As needed
IV.D.2. Report of Disbursements
Description:  Background: 
A report on the payment of bills is provided under this item. 

Administrative Considerations:
The payment of bills is only reported to the Board. 

Recommendation: 
No action required

Board Action: 
No action required
Attachments: (1)
IV.D.3. Communities In Schools of the Dallas Region Contractual Service Agreement for 2022-23
Description:  Background:
Superintendent Johnson will share the information with the Board on the Communities in Schools of the Dallas Region, Inc. Contractual Service Agreement for 2022-23. This agreement will be for a period of one school year beginning on August 2022 and terminating on June 2023. 

Administrative Considerations: 
Site locations/School Campuses/Number of Staff:
  • Rains Junior High & Rains High School- 1 shared site coordinator
  • Rains Elementary & Rains Intermediate- 1 shared site coordinator
Rains ISD agrees to pay CISDR (Communities in Schools of the Dallas Region) $70,000 for services rendered, to be performed at the aforementioned campuses.  Payment for services at these sites will be due by September 2nd. 

Recommendation: 
Approve the contractual service agreement for 2022-23 with Communities in Schools of the Dallas Region, Inc. as presented. 

Board Action: 
Board approval.
IV.D.4. Consider V.A.T.R.E. (Voter-Approved Tax Ratification Election)
Description:  Background: 
Superintendent Johnson will present the information regarding the consideration of the V.A.T.R.E.

Administrative Considerations: 
The board will determine if the district will move forward with a V.A.T.R.E.

Recommendation: 
As needed

Board Action: 
As desired by Board. 
IV.D.5. Dress Code Considerations for Staff and Students
Description:  Background: 
Superintendent Jennifer Johnson has placed this item on the Agenda.  

Administrative Considerations: 
Consider the changes to the dress code for staff and students as presented. 

Recommendations: 
Board approval as presented

Board Action: 
Board approval
IV.E. Additions/revisions/deletions of (LOCAL) policies resulting from the Policy Review Session conducted on March 25, 2022, with drafts prepared by TASB Policy Service (see list).
AF(LOCAL): INNOVATION DISTRICT
BBB(LOCAL): BOARD MEMBERS - ELECTIONS
BDAA(LOCAL): OFFICERS AND OFFICIALS - DUTIES AND REQUIREMENTS OF BOARD OFFICERS
BDAE(LOCAL): OFFICERS AND OFFICIALS - DUTIES AND REQUIREMENTS OF
BE(LOCAL): BOARD MEETINGS
BP(LOCAL): ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS
BQA(LOCAL): PLANNING AND DECISION-MAKING PROCESS - DISTRICT-LEVEL
BQB(LOCAL): PLANNING AND DECISION-MAKING PROCESS - CAMPUS-LEVEL
CC(LOCAL): LOCAL REVENUE SOURCES
CE(LOCAL): ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET
CKE(LOCAL): SAFETY PROGRAM/RISK MANAGEMENT - SECURITY PERSONNEL
COB(LOCAL): FOOD AND NUTRITION MANAGEMENT - FREE AND REDUCED-PRICE MEALS
CV(LOCAL): FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION
DBA(LOCAL): EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS - CREDENTIALS AND RECORDS
DCA(LOCAL): EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES - PROBATIONARY CONTRACTS
DCB(LOCAL): EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES - TERM CONTRACTS
DEAB(LOCAL): COMPENSATION PLAN - WAGE AND HOUR LAWS
DEC(LOCAL): COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS - LEAVES AND ABSENCES
DEE(LOCAL): COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS - EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT
DK(LOCAL): ASSIGNMENT AND SCHEDULES
EB(LOCAL): SCHOOL YEAR
EH(LOCAL): CURRICULUM DESIGN
EI(LOCAL): ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
EIA(LOCAL): ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT - GRADING/PROGRESS REPORTS TO PARENTS
EIC(LOCAL): ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT - CLASS RANKING
EIE(LOCAL): ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT - RETENTION AND PROMOTION
FDA(LOCAL): ADMISSIONS - INTERDISTRICT TRANSFERS
FEC(LOCAL): ATTENDANCE - ATTENDANCE FOR CREDIT
FFAC(LOCAL): WELLNESS AND HEALTH SERVICES - MEDICAL TREATMENT
FM(LOCAL): STUDENT ACTIVITIES
FMG(LOCAL): STUDENT ACTIVITIES - TRAVEL
FN(LOCAL): STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
FNCE(LOCAL): STUDENT CONDUCT - PERSONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS/ELECTRONIC DEVICES
FNF(LOCAL): STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES - INVESTIGATIONS AND SEARCHES
GKD(LOCAL): COMMUNITY RELATIONS - NONSCHOOL USE OF SCHOOL FACILITIES
GKDA(LOCAL): NONSCHOOL USE OF SCHOOL FACILITIES - DISTRIBUTION OF NONSCHOOL LITERATURE
Description:  Background:
We have received the additions/revisions/deletions of (LOCAL) policies resulting from the Policy Review Session conducted on March 25, 2022, with drafts prepared by TASB Policy Service (see list).

Administrative Considerations: 
The additions/revisions/deletions of (LOCAL) policies are: 


AF(LOCAL): INNOVATION DISTRICT
BBB(LOCAL): BOARD MEMBERS - ELECTIONS
BDAA(LOCAL): OFFICERS AND OFFICIALS - DUTIES AND REQUIREMENTS OF BOARD OFFICERS
BDAE(LOCAL): OFFICERS AND OFFICIALS - DUTIES AND REQUIREMENTS OF
BE(LOCAL): BOARD MEETINGS
BP(LOCAL): ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS
BQA(LOCAL): PLANNING AND DECISION-MAKING PROCESS - DISTRICT-LEVEL
BQB(LOCAL): PLANNING AND DECISION-MAKING PROCESS - CAMPUS-LEVEL
CC(LOCAL): LOCAL REVENUE SOURCES
CE(LOCAL): ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET
CKE(LOCAL): SAFETY PROGRAM/RISK MANAGEMENT - SECURITY PERSONNEL
COB(LOCAL): FOOD AND NUTRITION MANAGEMENT - FREE AND REDUCED-PRICE MEALS
CV(LOCAL): FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION
DBA(LOCAL): EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS - CREDENTIALS AND RECORDS
DCA(LOCAL): EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES - PROBATIONARY CONTRACTS
DCB(LOCAL): EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES - TERM CONTRACTS
DEAB(LOCAL): COMPENSATION PLAN - WAGE AND HOUR LAWS
DEC(LOCAL): COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS - LEAVES AND ABSENCES
DEE(LOCAL): COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS - EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT
DK(LOCAL): ASSIGNMENT AND SCHEDULES
EB(LOCAL): SCHOOL YEAR
EH(LOCAL): CURRICULUM DESIGN
EI(LOCAL): ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
EIA(LOCAL): ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT - GRADING/PROGRESS REPORTS TO PARENTS
EIC(LOCAL): ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT - CLASS RANKING
EIE(LOCAL): ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT - RETENTION AND PROMOTION
FDA(LOCAL): ADMISSIONS - INTERDISTRICT TRANSFERS
FEC(LOCAL): ATTENDANCE - ATTENDANCE FOR CREDIT
FFAC(LOCAL): WELLNESS AND HEALTH SERVICES - MEDICAL TREATMENT
FM(LOCAL): STUDENT ACTIVITIES
FMG(LOCAL): STUDENT ACTIVITIES - TRAVEL
FN(LOCAL): STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
FNCE(LOCAL): STUDENT CONDUCT - PERSONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS/ELECTRONIC DEVICES
FNF(LOCAL): STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES - INVESTIGATIONS AND SEARCHES
GKD(LOCAL): COMMUNITY RELATIONS - NONSCHOOL USE OF SCHOOL FACILITIES
GKDA(LOCAL): NONSCHOOL USE OF SCHOOL FACILITIES - DISTRIBUTION OF NONSCHOOL LITERATURE

Recommendation: 
It is the recommendation that the board add, revise, and delete (LOCAL) policies in accordance with the proposed changes resulting from the Policy Review Session conducted on May 25, 2022.

Board Action: 
Board approval 
V. PERSONNEL ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION AND/OR ACTION
V.A. Position/Title Change - Director of Curriculum and Instruction - Change to Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum/Instruction
Description:  Background: 
The position of Director of Curriculum and Instruction has currently been filled by Rachel Bounds.  Previously, the position was filled with an employee that held a Superintendent Certification.  Therefore, that position was changed to Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction. 

Administrative Considerations: 
Ms. Bounds was working on her Superintendent Certification when was first assigned to this position.  She has now successfully completed that certification.  

Recommendation: 
It is recommended that this position reverts to the title of Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction. 

Board Action: 
Board approval. 
V.B. Position/Title Change - Director of Federal Programs/Accountability & PEIMS - Change to Director of Student Services
Description:  Background: 
In efforts to consolidate the title for the position of Director of Federal Programs/Accountability & PEIMS held by Holly Wasson, the administration is requesting that the title be changed to Director of Student Services.

Administrative Considerations: 
Once Mrs. Wasson completes and obtains the Superintendent Certification, the administration will request that the Board change her title to Assistant Superintendent of Student Services. 

Recommendation: 
It is recommended the title for the position of Director of Federal Programs/Accountability & PEIMS be changed to Director of Student Services. 

Board Action: 
Board approval. 
V.C.  Personnel Changes/Update
Description:  The following is for review only and does not require board action: 

Employment:
  • Kayla McGee, High School Life Skills Teacher. Effective 8/2022
  • Shelley Patterson, Junior High ESL/Spanish I Teacher. Effective 8/2022
  • Baylie Baker, Elementary 1st Grade Teacher. Effective 8/2022
  • Brianna Lankford, High School English I Teacher. Effective 8/2022
  • Jacklynn Templeton, High School Math Teacher. Effective 8/2022
  • Amy Tanton, Elementary 1st Grade Teacher. Effective 8/2022
  • Mary Sander, Intermediate 3rd Grade RLA Teacher. Effective 8/2022
  • James Sowell, Junior High Asst. Band Director. Effective 8/2022
  • Amanda Walden, Junior High 8th Grade Math+ Teacher. Effective 8/2022
  • Kelli Hunt, Junior High 8th Grade Math/Algebra I Teacher. Effective 8/2022
  • Blair Tunnell, Intermediate 5th Grade Science Teacher. Effective 8/2022
  • Bryan Kelley, Junior High PE Teacher/Coach. Effective 8/2022
  • Jason Moczygemba, High School Construction/Plumbing Teacher. Effective 8/2022
  • Summer Johnson, Junior High 7th Grade Math Teacher. Effective 8/2022
  • Whitney Hutchins, Junior High 8th Grade RLA Teacher. Effective 8/2022
  • Audrey Robinson, Speech Language Pathologist- Assistant. Effective 8/2022
  • John Portwood, Junior High Principal. Effective 7/2022
  • Ashlee Leverett, Elementary PK/Head Start Teacher. Effective 8/2022
  • Shawn Priestley, High School English II Teacher. Effective 8/2022
  • David Kirschner, High School History Teacher/Coach. Effective 8/2022
  • Christin "Maci" Sims, Junior High Science Teacher/Coach. Effective 8/2022
  • Brandon Fields, High School Varsity Head Boys Basketball Coach/Teacher. Effective 8/2022
  • Ruth Fernandez, Intermediate Certified Behavior Specialist Aide. Effective 8/2022
  • Roberta Clark, Intermediate Counselor's Secretary/Registrar. Effective 8/2022
Transfers/Reassignments:
  • Johnathon Leddy, Guard Shack/Security transferred to Maintenance. Effective 5/31/22
  • Kimberly Hobbs, Junior High ESL Aide transferred to Junior High 6th Grade Math+ Teacher. Effective 8/2022
  • Holly Morgan, SpEd Secretary transferred to Director of Child Development Center. Effective 8/2022
  • Ginger Bartley, Intermediate 4th Grade Science/Social Studies Teacher transferred to Intermediate ESL Teacher. Effective 8/2022
  • Amanda Moore, Elementary 2nd Grade Teacher transferred to Elementary Asst. Principal. Effective 8/2022
  • Noble Kelley, High School History Teacher/Coach transferred to High School SpEd Teacher/Coach. Effective 8/2022
  • Asusena Hernadez, Substitute Teacher transferred to Intermediate SpEd 1-1 Aide. Effective 8/2022
  • Miriam Vail, Elementary SpEd ECSI Aide transferred to Elementary PK/Head Start Floater Aide. Effective 8/2022
  • Courtney Grissom, CDC Caregiver transferred to Elementary SpEd ECSI Aide. Effective 8/2022
Resignations/Terminations: 
  • Shirley Wygal, High School Life Skills Aide. Effective 5/26/22
  • Keaton Cameron, Junior High Social Studies Teacher/Coach. Effective 5/27/22
  • Ashley Reagan, Junior High Life Skills Aide. Effective 5/27/22
  • Toni Lee, High School Math Teacher. Effective 5/27/22
  • Valerie Coleman, Junior High Reading+ Teacher. Effective 5/27/22
  • Jerry Timmons, High School Varsity Head Boys Basketball Coach/Teacher. Effective 5/27/22
  • Hannah Ellis, Intermediate 5th Grade RLA Teacher. Effective 5/27/22
  • Cheyanne Taylor, Junior High SpEd Aide. Effective 5/27/22
  • Danny Black, Junior High Tech Apps Teacher/Coach. Effective 5/27/22
  • Alejandra Reyna, Intermediate ESL Teacher. Effective 5/27/22
  • Timothy Morovick, High School SpEd Teacher/Coach. Effective 5/27/22
  • Lori Dickens, Elementary Dean of Students. Effective 5/27/22 (Retire)
  • Nickole Brown, Junior High SpEd Teacher. Effective 5/27/22
  • Alexandra House, Elementary Intervention Aide. Effective 5/27/22
  • Darlene Spinks, Intermediate Resource Reading Teacher. Effective 5/27/22
  • Khindra Kent, Intermediate 3rd Grade Math Teacher. Effective 6/24/22
  • Eric Jeffery, High School Life Skills Aide. Effective 6/30/22
V.D. Possible Action on Items Discussed in Closed Session
VI. BOARD CORRESPONDENCE, HANDOUTS (As Available)
Description:  The Superintendent has placed this item on the agenda for the purpose of sharing miscellaneous correspondence/information item(s) that may be of interest to Board members. 

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