Churchill County School Board meets Wednesday
September 10, 2018
The Churchill County Board of School will meet Wednesday beginning at 6 p.m. in theChurchill County School District Administration Office, Old High School, 690 S. Maine St.
Trustees will discuss the following agenda items:
For discussion and possible action: Approval of Resolution 18-03 for the selection of an exclusive broker to list for sale the Churchill County High School construction house located at 450 Discovery Drive.
For discussion and possible action: Adopt Resolution 18-04 to lease for Grazing the Rio Vista Property with information as approved and published; call for oral bids, written bid opening, and possible action to accept bid for the Grazing Lease for the Rio Vista Property information, the Rio Vista property and the FFA program. Future Farmers of America (FFA) adviser Jessica Johnston, will present a request that the Rio Vista property lease fee payable to the District from the FFA student activity fund be waived for the past year due to unforeseen events and expenses.
For discussion and possible action: Approval for the Future Farmers of America (FFA) program to dispose of the spring hay crop through the District's surplus property process.
For presentation and discussion only: Lisa Bliss, assessment coordinator, will report on 2017-2018 assessment data.
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For discussion and possible action: The board will receive information regarding substitute teachers, including: demand for substitute teachers as demonstrated by leave information; process to become a substitute; training for substitutes; qualifications for substitutes; compensation for substitutes; possible reasons for lack of people interested in substituting and other related matters. The board may take action on any of these and other related aspects of substitute teaching.
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