Hyde Park School District Board of Directors
Regular Board Meeting
Monday, October 3, 2016-- 6 PM
Approval of Agenda
Open Public Comment
Discussion of Student Performance Data / Monitoring of Policy 1.0
Take Action on the Hyde Park Tree Warden’s recommendation (9/19- ‘hazard tree’ report)
Discuss Renovation Plan Progress
Approve Consent Agenda (Minutes of 8/29 and 9/15)
Take Action on Superintendent Policy Monitoring Reports (September and October)
Discussion and Possible Action on Administrator Contract
Discussion and Possible Action on Facility Manager Contract
Take Action to designate a proxy/authorized signer for VEHI
Take Action to designate a proxy/authorized signer for VSBIT
The purpose of the Hyde Park Elementary School is to foster curiosity, engaged learning, and responsible action in each individual – now and for a lifetime.
We strive to uphold our core values in everything we do:
— The pursuit of excellence —
— A commitment to integrity —
— The belief that every individual is of importance —
— A commitment to community engagement —
— Evidence-driven decision making —
*Public Comments are welcome and we encourage all interested Hyde Park residents to attend. All times are approximate, and the open public comment period will be extended when necessary to provide a reasonable opportunity for attending community members to speak. In addition to the open Public Comment period, an opportunity for comment or questions will be included for all topics on the agenda. The Board, if needed, may hold an executive session in accordance with (H.497) Open Meeting law.
Regular meetings of the HPES Board of Directors begin at 6:00 pm on the first Monday of each month in the HPES library.
Changes to this schedule due to holidays, weather, unforeseen or exigent circumstances will be posted at www.hpes.org/school-board and, whenever possible (time permitting), with local media.
Official public posting venues for meeting agendas include HPES, the Lanpher Memorial Library, and the Hyde Park post office. Agendas will also be posted to the school’s web and Facebook pages, and to Front Porch Forum.