Meeting Time: 7:00 pm
Meeting Location: Administration Building Board Room
Any person present who wishes to address the board or raise any question about public school district matters or governing policies may do so under public participation. No discussion of personnel or individual students is permitted at this time. A limit of three minutes is placed on each speaker. Persons who want more time may make arrangements to be placed on a future agenda. The public is also reminded that they may provide input on all motions being considered by the board at this meeting.
1. Call to order 7:00 pm
Pledge to the Flag
2. Announcements, recognition, accomplishments, correspondence
3. Items for Action
A. Approve minutes of the September 2010 meeting
B. Approve bills and wages for September 2010
C. Approval of tuition payment for two students placed at Yellowstone
Academy District #58 at the Boys and Girls Ranch
D. Hire Substitutes
4. District reports
A. Primary School
B. Intermediate School
C. Middle School School
F. Curriculum and Asssessment
5. Trustee reports
3C. Approval of tuition payment for student placed at Yellowstone Academy
am recommending approval of tuition payment for students JH and SM
placed at Yellowstone Academy District #58.
3D. Hire Substitutes
See the attached list.
An article on bus seat belts is available at the meeting. The issue of school bus seat belts continues around the country with more and more schools including these for additional safety. I thought you might be interested in this topic. There is also an interesting two or three minutes video that demonstrates the positive side of the three-point belt. The web address for this is http://www.schoolbusfleet.com/Videos/Channel/School-Bus-Safety/2010/08/Lap-Shoulder-Belts-on- Buses-One-School-District-s-Expierence.aspx
Please see the attached report from Mrs. Gopp. It was a very interesting morning listening to the children discussing the differences between school and life in general between Lockwood, Montana and Singapore. This is a great use of the Skype application, which is a free tool.
The Rak family has once again donated numerous titles to our library. These books are current titles that students love to read! To date, they have donated 41 books and 15 issues of a magazine subscription. Their generosity is appreciated.