Leslie Bell, Director of Curriculum, presented an update on the Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts Learning Program to the board.
Jadee Talbot, Associate Director of Educational Equity, presented a report on Meeting the Needs of Students in Poverty in Granite School District.
Linda Mariotti, Assistant Superintendent of Student Learning & Support, gave an update on state requirements regarding the reporting of employees with access to educational records. The list of employees with access to records was approved as part of the consent agenda. For more information please contact Student Learning & Support at 385-646-4513.
Reverence – Rosecrest Elementary Choir
The board recognized Granite School District’s recent state championship teams: Skyline High Girls Cross Country, Olympus High Boys Golf, and Olympus High Girls Tennis.
The board recognized Academic All-State athletes for fall sports.
The board recognized the annual GESPA Outstanding Classified Employee Award recipients: Gary Lewis, Journeyman Plumber
Paulette Morgan, Special Education Aide at West Lake STEM Jr High
The board read a proclamation designating November 15, 2017, as Educational Support Professionals Day.
The board read a proclamation designating November 13-17, 2017, as American Education Week.
Chris Larsen, Director of Educational Technology, gave a report on the Technology Integration Progress Program to the board.
The board approved a first reading of the 2018-19 Secondary Fee Schedule as presented by Alan Parrish, Director of High Schools.
The board approved a first reading of the Administrative Penalties for Disruptive Students policy as presented by Doug Larson, Director of Policy & Legal Services.
The board approved first readings of Recommended School Boundary Solutions as presented by Steve Hogan, Director of Planning & Boundaries. Approved changes include: Cottonwood Mall Site Study, South Salt Lake Area Study, and the Northwest Area Study (Option B). The Wright Elementary feeder pattern change study was rejected.
The board adopted a resolution providing for the issuance of up to $72 million general obligation bonds (This resolution is separate from the recent bond approved by voters).