UPDATE: Teacher compensation discussion postponed by Moffat County School Board of Education | CraigDailyPress.com

UPDATE: Teacher compensation discussion postponed by Moffat County School Board of Education

CRAIG — Lack of firm revenue forecasts stalled school district negotiations after an eight-hour meeting with teachers on Wednesday, resulting in the postponement of the consideration of the 2018-19 teacher compensation package by the Moffat County School District Board of Education originally scheduled for Thursday, May 17.

The board will still meet at 4 p.m. for its regular work session, with its regular meeting to follow at 6:30 in the boardroom of the Yampa Building, 775 Yampa Ave.

An update on the 2018-19 budget are scheduled to be presented during the board work session, along with policy hearings for 11 school district policies.

During the meeting, board members are also expected to take action on a second reading of policies governing student transportation, staff conduct, support staff positions, admission and denial of admission, homeless students, students in foster care, intra-district choice/open enrollment, suspension/expulsion of students, student health services and records and student records/release of information on students.

They will consider adopting on first reading policies on unpaid leave, professional staff, professional staff recruiting/hiring, pair personnel annual and extended illness leave, conferences and visitations and staff reassignment and transfers.

They will also take action to consider and approve a consent agenda with minutes from May 10 and April 26, as well as May personnel recommendations. Staff and students will be on hand at the meeting to present regular reports, including reports about high-school and middle-school activities.

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