Kieth Bradshaw, Director of Risk & Property Management, presented the 2019 Student Enrollment report to the board.
Rick Anthony, Assistant Superintendent of Educator Support & Development, reported on employee survey data for preferences regarding New Contract Days.
The board recognized Wednesday, November 20 as National Educational Support Professionals Day, and acknowledged and thanked Granite’s many support professionals.
Reverence – Granite Park Jr. High Veterans Day Video
The board recognized Driggs Elementary student Penny Atkinson for winning the National Smokey Bear Poster Contest.
UDOT Easement, SE Corner of Fox Hills Property
LAND Trust Amendments
Tina West, Director of Elementary Schools, and Craig Stauffer, Director of Secondary Schools, presented the results from the General Calendar Survey, as well as Calendar Options for the 2021-2022 School Year. These options will be presented to parents, students and employees for feedback.
Steve Hogan, Director of Planning & Boundaries presented recommended solutions from the Population Analysis Committee for three current study areas. The board approved first readings for each of the studies as follows:
Jackling/Sandburg/Hunter Study – Close Sandburg Elementary as recommended by the Population Analysis Committee and adjust boundaries accordingly as outlined in the presentation above. This will also leave Sandburg Elementary on the Phase I bond rebuild list for the time being.
Bangerter Corridor South Study – Close Westbrook Elementary as recommended by the Population Analysis Committee and adjust boundaries accordingly as outlined in the presentation above.
Roosevelt/Riverfront Study – Adjust boundaries for Roosevelt, Mill Creek, Granger, and Rolling Meadows elementary schools as outlined in the presentation above.
A public hearing on final actions for these proposals will take place Tuesday, December 3 at the Granite Education Center (2500 S. State Street) at 7:15 p.m.
The board approved design plans for Cyprus High School and Skyline High School as presented by Don Adams, Assistant Superintendent of Support Services.
The board convened a public hearing to discuss Board Compensation. Notices of this hearing were published and publicized extensively in within the district. Following the presentation the board opened the hearing to public comment. Four members of the public gave comments. After the hearing the board approved a one time increase equal to 20% of a first year teacher salary for a total compensation of $8,696 annually.