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Peshtigo School Board To Consider Policy Changes
The Peshtigo School Board at its 6 p.m meeting on Wednesday, March 8, will hear a report from the Middle/High School Citizens Building Committee. The meeting is slated to include "second readings," and possible adoption of changes in a number of district finance policies governing internal controls, cost principles for spending federal funds, time and effort reporting, and procurement of federal grants and funds.
There will also be "first readings" of a long list of policies or policy changes involving required pupil academic standards, independent educational evaluation, homeless students, children and youth in foster care, emergency medical authorization, graduation requirements, student/parent rights, student records, public attendance at school events, and free and reduced price meals.
Also slated for first readings are policies governing physical examinations and unrequested leaves of absence or fitness for duty under administration; and rules for professional and support staff including employment, termination, physical examinations unrequested leaves of absence/fitness for duty, other employee leaves, and employee expression in non-instructional settings, as well as policies involving inventory, technology, technology privacy, and web content, services and apps.
There may be action on hirings and resignations, if any, plus Semester I Youth Options and accepting any gifts of $250 or more.
Also slated are committee reports, including a report by the Student Council representative. Board President Gary Larsen is to report on resolutions adopted at the Wisconsin Association of School Boards and there are to be summary reports on the convention.