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Lockwood School Board
Regular Meeting Agenda
Meeting Date: Tuesday, January 10, 2012
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
    Welcome

2. Individuals, delegations, correspondence

3. Items for Action
    A. Approve minutes of previous meeting(s)
    B. Parent request for early kindergarten entry
    C. Request to hire substitutes
    D. Calendar for 2012-2013
    E. Request to approve out of district students
    F. Policy recommendations from Montana School Boards Association

4. District reports
    A. K-5 Elementary School
    B. Middle School School
    C. Technology
    D. Facilities
    E. Activities
    F.  Superintendent

5. Trustee reports

6. Adjourn

NEXT REGULAR MEETING IS FEBRUARY 14, 2012 AT 7:00 PM

Superintendent's Agenda Report

3. Items for Action

  1. Approve minutes of previous meeting(s)

  2. Parent request for early kindergarten entry
    Mr. and Mrs. Kline will be present to request early kindergarten entrance for their daughter for the next school year. The district policy and state regulations indicate September 10 as the cut off for kindergarten entrance. Their daughter will be five on September 25, 2012. That is 15 days beyond the deadline. See the attached documents pertaining to this issue.

  3. Request to hire substitutes

  4. Calendar for 2012-2013
    Thanks to the Professional Development Committee for their work on the calendar.

  5. Request to approve out of district students
    The following students are recommended to remain in the district to finish the school year. The families have moved and have made this request. They realize it is just until the end of the school year.

    Grade 4 Kelby Turley
    Grade 6 Madison DuVal

  6. Policy recommendations from Montana School Boards Association
    The attached changes are recommended by MTSBA. Highlighted areas reflect the change. Most of this is for clarification.

    1400 Board Meetings
    2510 School Wellness
    3120 Compulsory Attendance
    3451 Internet CIPA
    5010 Equal Opportunity
    5140 Classified Employment
    5450 Electronic mail usage
4. Written district reports will not be included with this agenda because of the short time
between meetings and the holidays. Principals and supervisors will be available for
questions at the meeting.

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