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April 12, 2022 at 6:00 PM - Regular Board Meeting

1.A. Call to Order
1.B. Roll Call
1.C. Pledge of Allegiance
1.D. Invocation
1.E. Adoption of Agenda
1.F. Approve Minutes of the March 8, 2022 Regular Board Meeting
Description:  Individuals who wish to address the Board are requested to complete the appropriate form prior to the meeting and give the form to the Board Secretary. Members of the Board may not discuss items that are not specifically identified on the agenda. Therefore, pursuant to A.R.S. § 38-431.01(H), action taken as a result of public comment will be limited to directing staff to study the matter or scheduling the matter for a future agenda. The Board requests that all comments be limited to five minutes or less, that speakers refrain from the use of speech or language that is offensive or inappropriate, pursuant to Board policy KFA and that speakers refrain from voicing complaints against school personnel or any person connected with the District, as it may impact due process rights. Policies KE, KEB, and KED are provided by the Board for disposition of legitimate complaints, including those involving individuals. Forms required for use of these policies can be obtained from the Joseph City Schools website. The President will limit discussion whenever he deems such action appropriate to the proper conduct of the meeting.
Description:  For any agenda item indicated with an asterisk (*), the Board may vote to convene in Executive Session pursuant to A.R.S. 38-431.03 (A) (1) for personnel matters when notified; (2) discussion or consideration of records exempt by law from public inspection; (3) for consultation with attorney; (4) for consultation with attorney when in pending or contemplated litigation. Discussion or consideration of personnel matters may include employment, assignment, appointment, promotion, demotion, dismissal, salaries, disciplining or resignation of a public officer, appointee or employee.
Description:  Vote on Consent Agenda. All items listed will be considered as a group and will be approved with one motion unless a Board Member requests an item be removed from the consent agenda and considered as a separate item.
4.A. Approve Expense Vouchers
Description:  Action to ratify district vouchers for period 3/3/22 through 4/6/22.
General and Special Funds: #22 $142,583.30; #23 $135,176.11; #1045 $84,651.29; #1046 $1,693.59; #10447 $69,650.80; #1048 $869.71; #1049 $79,897.42; #1050 $24,859.20
Auxiliary Operations Funds: #1059 $140.00; #1060 $2,312.43; #1062 $3,970.55; #1063 $2,119.87; #1066 $786.60; #1067 $2,516.44
Student Activities Fund: #1061 $1,229.38; #1064 $528.00
4.B. Student Activities Fund Report
Description:  Revenues, expenditures and charges in the Student Activities Fund Report; period of March 1, 2022 through March 31, 2022.
4.C. Acceptance of Donations
  • Donors Choose award to Diedra Smith classroom - 4 iPads; Value $1,722.56
  • Donors Choose award to Diedra Smith classroom - Seating Rug, 25 Chairs; Value $988.81
  • Donors Choose Award to Dan Bushman classroom - 3 laptops with keyboards; Value $792.41
  • Donors Choose Award to Jess Bushman classroom - Stream table for studying erosion; Value $500
  • Donors Choose Award to Andy Foree classroom - LED stage lighting; Value $1,100
4.D. Ratification of Elementary School Fundraiser "School-Store"
Description:  This fundraising project allows parents to purchase their normal everyday products from places such as Walmart through the "School-Store" which then reimburses a small percentage back to the Elementary school. 
Description:  Discussion and possible action to approve employee assignments, approve volunteers and accept employee resignations.
5.A. Possible Disciplinary Action of Employee - Jim Stradling 
5.B. Employee Renewals, Volunteers, Employee Resignations
Description:  Discussion and possible action to approve employee renewals, approve volunteers and accept employee resignations.

Support Staff, Management Team, Classified Specialists (See attached lists)

Annelie Hansen 

Brenda Bryant - Teacher
Attachments: (1)
6.A. Approve Out of State Travel for Qualifying Students and Chaparones to Compete in Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Nationals in Chicago, IL
Attachments: (1)
6.B. Approve a Requirement for Junior-Senior High School Students to Wear Physical Education Uniforms  
Description:  Students would be responsible to purchase and wear Physical Education uniforms in grades 6th - 12th.  If approved as presented, this will go into effect starting with the 2022 - 2023 school year. 
6.D. Approve Fee Schedule for Community Use of School Facilities
Description:  These are the fees charged to use facilities for the upcoming swimming pool season and for the next school year. 
6.E. Approve Increase in Hourly Rate Paid to Certified Summer Teachers
Description:  It is recommended that the hourly rate paid for certified summer program teachers be increased from the $25 current hourly rate, to $30 per hour starting this summer.
Description:  The Governing Board will not vote on Discussion Items and any action taken as a result of this discussion will be limited to directing staff to study the matter or scheduling the matter for a future agenda.
7.A. Discuss Status of ESSER Funds, Other Funding Sources and Related Budget Issues
8.A. Requests for Future Agenda Items
Description:  This agenda item is for the Governing Board to have a running record of potential items to be placed on future agendas. There will be no discussion on the substance, merits, or issues relating to the proposed agenda item.
8.B. Upcoming Meetings and Events Calendar
  • Next Regular Board Meeting - May 10th, 2022; 6:00 p.m.
Description:  Call to adjourn the meeting

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