Steve Hogan, Director of Planning & Boundaries, presented an initial report from the Student Population Analysis Committee regarding current boundary studies (Riverfront/Roosevelt, Bangerter Corridor, Hawaiian Streets, Arcadia Feeder Pattern, Cottonwood Reconfiguration Boundary Study).
Members of the superintendency presented a report on District Priorities to the board.
The board recognized South Kearns Elementary principal Debbie Koji and Superintendent Dr. Martin Bates for receiving the United Way Changemaker Award.
The board recognized journeyman electrician Jacob Smith who was named a Utah Outstanding Education Support Professional for 2018.
The board recognized state representatives Craig Hall and Bruce Cutler as Friends of Public Education for the 2018 Legislative Session.
Resolution for the Office of the State Treasurer
2019 Board Meeting Schedule
Salary Schedules for Employee Groups
Sale of Career & Technical Education Vocational Home
UDOT Property Purchase and Temporary Easement
Property Purchase, 3624 S Virginia Way, Mill Creek
Student Travel Exception, Skyline High MESA Students
|Name||Current Assignment||New Assignment||Replacing||Who Transferred To||Effective Date|
|Dana Adams||Manager, Bates Central Kitchen||Director, Child Nutrition||N/A||Restructuring||7/1/2018|
|Kip Carlsen||Assistant Principal, Midvale Middle School||Assistant Principal, Jefferson Jr. High||Mandy Chapple||Resignation||7/1/2018|
Mitch Robison, Director of Budget Development, presented the Proposed FY 2018-2019 Budget to the board. This budget has been available on the district’s website to provide the public an opportunity to view and comment.
After the presentation, the board opened the meeting to public comment. No comments were given. The board voted to revise the 2017-2018 budget as published in the budget book, adopt the 2018-19 budget, set the tax rate to be 0.007825 subject to changes in the certified tax rates (no increase).
The board approved the 2018-19 Elementary Fee Schedule as presented by Doug Larson, Director of Policy & Legal Services.
NOTE: These fees are associated with school-sponsored extracurricular activities for which the district must offer fee waivers. The fee amounts listed on the schedule represent the maximum dollars that can be charged for each activity. Actual costs are determined by the local school and may vary. For more information, please contact School Leadership and Improvement Services at 385-646-4525.