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Moffat County School Board work session, meeting agendas for Oct. 28

Moffat County School Board work session

When: 4 p.m. Thursday

Where: Moffat County School District administrative building, 775 Yampa Ave.



Agenda:

• Work session on:

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Policy 1111, accreditation

Policy 1110, accountability

Policy 1211, non-discrimination/equal hiring

Policy 4110, equal opportunity hiring

Policy 6101, basic instructional program

Policy 1520, charter schools

• 4-H classroom partnership

• Three-year calendar

• Board/administrators retreat preparation

• Break

Moffat County School Board meeting

When: 6:30 p.m. Thursday

Where: Moffat County School District administrative building, 775 Yampa Ave.

Agenda:

• Call meeting to order

• Pledge of Allegiance

• Adopt agenda

• Visitors:

Lay Community Association and Daughters of the American Revolution

• Student report

• Reasons We’re Proud

• Consent items:

Approve Sept. 23 meeting minutes

Sept. 30 financial report

Quarterly general fund report

Check registers for October

Personnel report for October

• Reports

Colorado Association of School Boards fall conference and delegate assembly

State Council on Educator Effectiveness

Emergency drills

• Action items:

Second reading of policy 1111, accreditation

Second reading of policy 1110, accountability

Second reading of policy 1211, non-discrimination/equal opportunity

Second reading of policy 4110, equal opportunity hiring

Second reading of policy 6101, basic instructional program

Second reading of policy 1520, charter schools

• Announcements

• Adjourn meeting


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