Regular Meeting of the Board of Education

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Monday, October 22, 2012 - 8:30pm


North Boone Community Unit School District #200
Regular Meeting of the Board of Education
District Office
6248 North Boone School Road, Poplar Grove, IL 61065
Monday, October 22, 2012
6:30 PM
The Mission of the North Boone educational community is to provide exceptional experiences
that vigorously develop the minds and character of the 21st Century Learner.
I.              Call to Order by the President
II.             Roll Call by the Secretary
III.            Audience to Visitors
IV.           Approval of Agenda
V.            Superintendent’s Report
A.    Teacher Institute Day – Oct. 5, 2012
B.    SIP Day – Oct. 10, 2012
C.    School Report Cards
D.    IASA School Law Update
E.    “Health Report – After the Supreme Court Decision – Now What??”
VI.           Committee Reports:
Policy Committee – Next Meeting: TBD
Business Services Committee – Next Meeting: TBD
Facility/Long Range Planning Committee – Next Meeting: TBD
C.I.A. Committee – Next Meeting: TBD
Other Committee Reports
VII.          Treasurer’s Report
VIII.         Consent Agenda
The Board on an individual basis prior to the meeting has reviewed all these items. All financial reports are available for review by the public in the business office. Items on the Consent Agenda are considered routine and will be enacted by the Board as one motion.
A.    Minutes of the Regular Meeting September 24, 2012
B.    Personnel
C.    Overnight Field Trip Request – Ag/FFA
D.    Approval of IASB PRESS Subscription Renewal
E.    Approval of Title I School Parental Involvement Agreements
F.    Approval of PMA Financial Planning Program Consulting Agreement
IX.           Unfinished Business
X.            New Business
A.    October 2012 Bills
B.    Farmland Rental Agreements
XI.           Executive Session
A.    Personnel
B.    Collective Bargaining
XII.       Recommendations from Executive Session
XIII.         Announcements & Other Information
A.    Enrollment
B.    Student Activity Fund Reports
XIV.        Adjournment
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