Carson City supervisors, school board to hold joint meeting Thursday

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The Carson City Board of Supervisors and Carson City School District Board of Trustees will hold a joint meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday in the Bob Boldrick Theater of the Community Center, 851 E. William St.
Items include a discussion and presentation by Sheriff Ken Furlong on the School Resource Officer joint program between the Carson City Sheriff’s Office and the school district, for discussion only.
The program typically has been grant funded and prevents incidents on school sites, with the city and the district sharing personnel and administrative costs for supplies, such as officers’ computers. The CCSO monitors and tracks referrals and youth incidents with the overall goal of decreasing negative behaviors and focusing on providing positive supports for students in school.
The presentation will address future plans and funding challenges with five SRO deputies and one sergeant currently participating in the program.
Nicki Aaker, director, and Tara Barnett of Carson City Health and Human Services will provide an update on the efforts between the school district and CCHHS for the process of identifying positive COVID-19 cases and close contacts within schools, determining potential outbreaks and outreach efforts made to help give students a safe learning environment. The item is for discussion only.
City community development director Hope Sullivan will give an overview of residential building activity with a presentation of available 2020 census data on the city’s population.
From CCSD, director of operations services Mark Korinek and capital projects manager Mark Johnson will update the Board of Supervisors on the status of three major capital projects the school district has been working to complete in the past year, among which include Eagle Valley Middle School’s campus expansion, as well as a summary of maintenance work completed this summer. The item is for discussion only.
Superintendent Richard Stokes will provide information on the conditions and activities in regards to the beginning of the 2021-22 school year in the Carson City School District. The item is for discussion only.


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