Carson City, Nevada city hall
The Carson City school board on Tuesday will consider three resolutions to create special revenue funds as required by Senate Bill 439 specifically designated for English language learners, students in the Gifted and Talented Education program and at-risk learners and hear an annual report from the district’s Family Life Committee for the 2020-21 year, among other items.
Fiscal Services Director Andrew Feuling said on Thursday that the three resolutions for consideration at next week’s meeting for English language learners, Gifted and Talented Education students and at-risk students are part of an accounting requirement from the most recent legislative session. The weighted funds must be segregated and the Nevada Department of Education must be notified of the accounting coding by local school administrations once a district board approves the resolution, Feuling said.
Carson High School nurse Sheila Story also will present an annual report from the district’s Family Life Committee for the 2020-21 school year. The committee discusses the district’s sex education curriculum, including its acquired immune deficiency syndrome and human reproductive system instruction.
Other discussions and possible action will be taken on district regulations or policies, including proposed changes to CCSD Policy 420, affecting working periods for breaks and meal periods for classified staff, being brought back as a second reading, and CCSD Regulation 275, which impacts the school social worker and school mental health program, which is for discussion only.
Superintendent Richard Stokes will provide a first reading of CCSD Policy 805 on emergency operations of schools as a first reading.
The meeting takes place at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Robert Crowell Board Room of the Carson City Community Center, 851 E. William St., and can be accessed online at www.carson.org.