Board Report – May 6, 2014
Rob Averett, Director of Student Assessment, and Mary Alice Rudelich, Director of Curriculum & Instruction, gave a report on state, district and school assessments to the board.
Reverence – PTA Reflections winners
The board recognized National Teacher Appreciation Week (May 5-9) and National Teacher Appreciation Day (May 7).
- Hardware support and software updates for Cisco Smartnet, MSN Communications, $86,470.96, Information Systems, Capital Outlay Equipment Budget
- Computer Server Storage Equipment for the Information Systems Department, Summit Partners, $334,209.95, Information Systems Department, Capital Outlay Equipment Budget
- Computer Network Switches, Valcom, $320,500.95, Information Systems Department, Capital Outlay, Equipment Budget
- Wireless Computer Networking Infrastructure Equipment, MSN Communications, $353,030.80, Information Systems Department, Equipment Budget
- School climate survey, Conditions 4 Learning, $201,000.00, School Leadership Program Grant
- Contracted Services to Move Relocatable Classrooms, Valgardson and Sons, Wells House Movers, Intermountain House & Structure, Capital Outlay Budget
- Remodel of Kearns Junior High School Foods lab, Arnell-West, $113,705.00, Kearns Junior High School, Food and Nutrition, Remodeling Budget
- Remodel of Churchill Junior High School Foods Lab, Jardine Malaska Construction, $136,250.00, Churchill Junior High School, Food and Nutrition, Remodeling Budget
- IT Programming Services
Representatives from the Hunter High Network presented information to the board regarding a potential ninth grade reconfiguration that would move ninth grade students to Hunter High from Hunter Junior High and Kennedy Junior High.
The board approved a revision of the 2014-2015 School Calendar as presented by Gail Howe, Director of Elementary Schools, and Paul Hansen, Director of High Schools.
The board approved the 2015-2016 School Calendar (Option A) as presented by Gail Howe, Director of Elementary Schools, and Paul Hansen, Director of High Schools.
The board approved a second reading of the Anti-Discrimination Policy as presented by Doug Larson, Director of Policy & Legal Services.