Dundy County Stratton Schools
July 13, 2015 5:50 PM
Board of Education Policy Hearing Parent Involvement
I. Call to Order and Notice of Open Meetings Act

  1. The Board of Education reserves the right to enter into Closed/Executive Session for 1) the protection of the public interest or 2) the prevention of needless injury to the reputation of an individual, and the individual has not requested a public meeting. When making a motion to enter into Closed/Executive Session, the member making such a request should be as specific as possible keeping the previously listed stipulation in consideration.
  2. If the Board is in agreement, a motion may be to enter into Closed/Executive Session to 1) discuss a personnel matter or 2) for the prevention of needless injury to the reputation of the individual, or 3) to discuss litigation and for the protection of the public interest.
  3. Action Concerning Matters Discussed in Executive Session.

II. Roll Call
III. Consent Agenda
Recommended Motion

Motion to approve consent agenda as presented

Actions Taken

Motion Passed:  Motion to approve consent agenda as presented passed with a motion by Mrs. Sandy Noffsinger and a second by Mr. Kevin League.

Member Votes
Mr. Brad Baney Yes
Mr. Mike Blecha Absent
Mr. Jason Frederick Yes
Mrs. Amy Haines Yes
Mr. Kevin League Yes
Mr. Kent Lorens Yes
Mr. Mike Lutz Yes
Mrs. Sandy Noffsinger Yes
Mr. Shad Stamm Absent
III.A. Verification of publication and notice

To verify that notice of the meeting was given by publication in the Benkelman Post, a legal newspaper for Dundy County Stratton and by written notice to each member of the board, the designated method of giving notice.

III.B. Approval of Agenda

Approve the agenda of this meeting. The Board reserves the right to change the order of items within the agenda.

IV. Business Meeting

Discuss, consider and take all necessary action regarding:

IV.A. Hearing for the review of the District Policies regarding Parent Involvement in Education (6036)

Per statute be are holding a public hearing on our parent involvement policies. After the hearing, during the regular meeting, the board must alter and adopt a revised policy or reaffirm it as written.