State Board of Education to Meet in Hancock County
Posted: May 07, 2003
The State Board will meet for a work session beginning at 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, May 14, 2003 in the John D. Rockefeller IV Career Center, New Cumberland, WV. Agenda items for the work session are: Special Remarks by Bob Baker, Regional Representative from the U.S. Department of Education; Early Childhood Education (Discussion); School District/School Improvement Strategy to Implement NCLB; Regional Education Service Agencies (Discussion); State Board Employee Appraisals (Discussion); Legal and/or Personnel Matters, and future meetings.
The State Board will meet in regular session beginning at 8:30 a.m., on Thursday, May 15, 2003 at the John D. Rockefeller IV Career Center, New Cumberland, WV. President Howard M. Persinger, Jr., will preside.
8:30 a.m. CALL TO ORDER
WELCOME/INTRODUCTIONS Superintendent Danny Kaser Hancock County Schools RECOGNITIONS
APPROVAL OF AGENDA
OFFICE OF EDUCATION PERFORMANCE AUDITS (OEPA) • Second Follow-Up Education Performance Audit Review - Berkeley County School System • Draft Education Performance Audit for Valley View Elementary School, Berkeley County • Draft Education Performance Audit for Dunbar Middle School, Marion County • Draft Education Performance Audit for Monongah Middle School, Marion County • Draft Education Performance Audit for Marlinton Middle School, Pocahontas County • Draft Education Performance Audit for Glade Elementary School, Webster County • Draft Education Performance Audit for Wirt County Middle School, Wirt County • Draft Education Performance Audit for Crum Middle School, Wayne County • Draft Education Performance Audit for Tolsia High School, Wayne County • Exemplary Programs Brochure
CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS ∙ Approval of Minutes April 16, 2003 April 17, 2003 ∙ Routine Business County Boards of Education, RESAs, and Multi-County Vocational Centers Budget Supplement and Transfer Requests for 02-03 Year Amendment - Marion County Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan Personnel ∙ New Business ∙ Waivers of State Board of Education Policies and Regulations, Superintendent’s Interpretations and State Statutes and Legislative Rules ∙ Summer School ∙ Policy 2515 - Uniform Grading ∙ Policy 8210 - Emergency Purchasing Procedures NEW BUSINESS ∙ Policy 8200 - Purchasing Procedures for Local Education Agencies ∙ Reduction of Salary Supplements to Grant County OLD BUSINESS ∙ School Improvement Memorandum of Understanding ∙ Policy 5202 - Minimum Requirements for the Licensure of Professional/Paraprofessional Personnel and Advanced Salary Classifications ∙ Policy 5100 - Approval of Education Personnel Preparation Programs ∙ Policy 2417 - Programs of Study for Limited English Proficient Students REPORTS ∙ Board Member Reports ∙ Update on WESTEST and WESTEST Field Test ∙ Contributing to Student Achievement MISCELLANEOUS