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School board to hold budget retreat, work session and meeting Thursday

— Moffat County School District Board of Education will hold an all-day budget retreat, work session and meeting on Thursday at the MCSD administration building board room. The public is welcome to attend.

Budget Retreat Agenda — 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

• Operations reports — 7 to 9 a.m.



— Maintenance: Mike Taylor

— Transportation: Lonnie Douglass



— Food Service: Judy Baker

— Technology: Marlene Knez

• District capital budget discussion — 9 to 10 a.m.

• Budget update: current reality — 10 to 11 a.m.

— Health insurance

— Governors proposal

— Colorado Department of Education Fiscal Health Report

• Superintendent recommendations — 11 a.m. to noon

— April 16 programming presentation Q&A

• Lunch and budget discussion — noon to 4 p.m.

Work Session Agenda — 4 p.m.

• Public hearing

— Policy BDFB: Career and technical advisory council

— Policy EFEA: Nutritious food choices

— Policy GBEC: Alcohol and drug-free workplace

— Policy JF: Admission and denial of admission

— Policy JFABD: Homeless students

— Policy JFK: Educational alternatives for expelled students

— Policy JLCB: Immunization of students

— Policy KDB: Public’s right to know/freedom of information

— Policy KDE: Crisis management

— Policy KFA: Public conduct on district property

• Finance policies

— Policy DA: Fiscal management goals/priority objectives

— Policy DB: Annual budget

— Policy DBD: Determination of budget priorities

— Policy DBG: Budget adoption process

— Policy DBJ: Budget transfers

— Policy DBK: Fiscal emergencies

— Policy DEA: Funds from local tax sources

— Policy DEB: Loan programs

— Policy DI: Fiscal accounting

• Policy discussion

— Policy BCA: Code of ethics for school board members

• Conflict of interest disclosure discussion

• UIP updates — Amy Ward

• Budget discussion (if needed)

Meeting Agenda — 6:30 p.m.

• Adopt agenda

• Student, school and community reports

— Moffat County High School student council report

— Athletic and activities report — Mike Mitchell

— Celebrations: District interpreters and translators, volunteers for English in a Flash for parents

• Board member reports

— Liaison and committee reports

• Public Comment

• Consent items

— Approval of minutes for March 19 work session and March 26 meeting

— All funds profit and loss statement for March 2015

— All funds balance sheet for March 2015

— Investment summary for March 2015

— Quarterly general fund report

— Check registers for April 2015

— Personnel recommendations for April 2015

• Reports: Superintendent report

• Action items

— Second reading policy BDFB: Career and technical advisory council

— Second reading policy EFEA: Nutritious food choices

— Second reading policy GBEC: Alcohol and drug-free workplace

— Second reading policy JF: Admission and denial of admission

— Second reading policy JFABD: Homeless students

— Second reading policy JFK: Educational alternatives for expelled students

— Second reading policy JLCB: Immunization of students

— Second reading policy KDB: Public’s right to know/Freedom of information

— Second reading policy KDE: Crisis management

— Second reading policy KFA: Public conduct on district property

— First reading policy DA: Fiscal management goals/priority objectives

— First reading policy DB: Annual budget

— First reading policy DBD: Determination of budget priorities

— First reading policy DBG: Budget adoption process

— First reading policy DBJ: Budget transfers

— First reading policy DBK: Fiscal emergencies

— First reading policy DEA: Funds from local tax sources

— First reading policy DEB: Loan programs

— First reading policy DI: Fiscal accounting

• Announcements: MCHS graduation — May 23

• Adjourn meeting


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