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June 27, 2022 at 6:00 PM - Regular Meeting

1. President calls meeting to order
2. Public Comment
3. Accept Board minutes
4. General Information
4.A. Region 16 presentation on Texas Institute on Leadership
4.B. Principal Report
4.C. Update on the drainage/erosion project with Open Range Engineering. 
4.D. 2022-2023 Student Handbook
Description:  The student handbook does not have to be adopted by the board.  This is for your information.  The handbook will be added to the school website.
4.E. School Board Election Calendar for November 2022
4.F. Review HB3 Board Goals for Reading, Math, and CTE
5. Business Items
5.A. Discussion and possible action to approve the safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services (RIPICS)  in response to COVID-19
Description:  This is a requirement for the ESSER funds
5.B. Discussion and possible action to appoint a committee to review TASB Update 118 and 119
5.C. Discussion and possible action to approve Region 16 contracts for the 2022-2023 school year.
5.D. Discussion and possible action to approve the 2022-2023 Student Code of Conduct
5.E. Discussion and possible action to approve an engagement letter with Johnson and Sheldon for the 2021-2022 annual financial audit.
5.F. Pursuant to Texas Government Code §§ 551.076 and 551.089, deliberate the deployment, or specific occasions for implementation of, security personnel or security devices; pursuant to Texas Government Code § 551.074, deliberate the possible appointment of school marshals
5.F.1. Consider and take possible action to adopt a Resolution establishing participation in the School Marshal Program, including the approval of updates to Board Policies CKC(LOCAL) and GKA(LOCAL) and other necessary action related thereto.
5.F.2. Consider approval of School Marshal Board Regulations.
6. Consent Agenda: Financial Reports
6.A. Review Bills
6.B. Cash and Investment Report
6.C. General Fund Revenues Report
6.D. Activity Fund Balances
Description:  This will be at the meeting.
6.E. Tax Report
6.F. Transportation Report
7. Personnel
7.A. Hirings, 
Classroom teacher
Description:  Cynthia Ewing will be able to teach the personal literacy finance classes that we heard from the strategic planning meetings that the community wanted.  She will also pick up some of the school counselor roles such as testing, scholarships, college applications, etc.  She will be a retire/rehire employee which means the district has to pay all of the surcharges to the state which will be around $1200 a month.  I typically do not recommend hiring a retire/rehire employee but she can fill a few roles and this position was very important for the community to try to fill.  

Eveyln Baylon had previously resigned her teaching position, but she decided with the pay raise and the success on her STAAR test that she would stay for the 22-23 school year.  Since she is a DOI teacher, the board does not have to approve her contract. 
7.B. Resignations, if any
8. Adjourn

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