Friday, January 9, 2015

Preview of Monday's Board Meeting

 
 


Board Meeting Preview
 
 

Understanding Board Meetings

The Board holds two public sessions monthly, on the second and third Monday of the month.  

On the second Monday of the month the Curriculum and Educational Technology Committee meeting and full Board work session are held.  These meetings are where the "real discussions" happen  These meetings feature presentations, reviews and friendly debate on a variety of important topics. Time is always set aside for public comment.  Public comment is welcomed and encouraged, as these are the meetings when the Board members deliberate on the items before them.

On the third Monday of the month (Tuesday this month due to MLK holiday) the Board meets to take action on the agenda items for that month. Time is set aside for public comment.


This Month's Board Meeting Schedule

  • Curriculum and Educational Technology Committee - Jan 12, 4:30 - District Office 
  • Board Work Session - Jan 12, 6:00 - District Office
  • Board Meeting - Jan 20, 7:00 - Patton Middle School

On the Agenda this Month

  • Curriculum and Educational Technology - Jan 12, 4:30 - District Office
    • Technology 3 year road map: An update and presentation of the Learning Management System (LMS) pilot program.  UHS Teachers, Jodi Byrne and Trevor Treway will demonstrate how they use the new LMS in their classrooms.


  • Board Work Session - Jan 12, 6:00 - District Office
    • Strategic Plan - Superintendent comments and discussion about the benefits of developing a strategic plan for our district

    • Social Worker Report - UCF social workers were asked to address the Board to discuss in more depth what a referral is and what's behind the numbers we see on the monthly dashboard report.

    • Budget - The Board will review and approve the proposed preliminary budget for next school year.  This is not the final budget but it is an important part of the process of developing a final budget.  The Board reviews assumptions, opportunities and risks, and begins to form a picture of revenue/expense imbalances.

    • Calendar - The calendar for 2015-2016 has been a topic of much discussion lately.  Over 1,300 stakeholders filled out a survey.   The Board has also been presented with hundreds of public comments. The Board will review the community input and the advisory committee recommendations.

Detailed agenda and Board documents





 
 



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