DRAFT

Brookline School Board

CSDA-Art Room

November 27, 2007

 

Dave Partridge, Chair

Marcia Farwell

Beth Lukovits

Wanda Meagher (6:40 pm arrival)

Cindy Ryherd

 

Rich Pike, Superintendent of Schools

Dawna Duhamel, Business Administrator

Carol Mace, Director of Curriculum

Bob Kelly, Director of Special Education

Patty Montague, Coordinator of Special Education

 

Lorraine Wenger, Principal CSDA

Dr. Anthony Luzzetti, Principal RMMS

Kevin Stone, Assistant Principal

Mary Kay MacFarlane, Recording Secretary

 

 

Minutes

 

A motion was made by Marcia Farwell to accept the October 23, 2007 minutes.  The motion was seconded by Beth Lukovits.  The motion carried by unanimous vote 3 yes, 0 no, 1 abstention.

 

Principle’s Report

 

Laurie Wenger gave the principle’s report.

 

I.                   PROGRAMS, ACTIVITIES, EVENTS

Calendar  

            Nov. 28 - Dec.4           Book Fair – RMMS & CSDA

            Nov. 29                       Science Fair – CSDA – 7:00-8:30

            Dec. 3 – 7                    NWEA - Gr. 2

            Dec. 5                          Early Dismissal

            Dec. 7                          Progress Reports

            Dec. 13                        Winter Concert – CSDA; 7:00 PM

 

II.                Goals

 NECAP - Grades 3-6

·        Oct. 1-23

·        Materials being sent on Wednesday

 

III.             Professional Development

·        NH Primary Day – CPR & First Aid

·        Dec. 5 – Approved Master Plan for Professional Development

·        Technology workshops – ongoing

 

IV.              Student Wellness

·        Peanut Allergy – request from parent

 

V.                 Water Sampling

·        CSDA notice

 

VI.              Budget Presentation

·        New Positions

·        Operations

·        Space needs – enrollment figures

 

VII.            Donation

·        Brookline Hollis Youth Soccer League donates $100

 

A motion was made by Wanda Meagher to accept the $100 donation from the Brookline Hollis Youth Soccer League.  Cindy Ryherd seconded the motion.  The motion carried by unanimous vote 5 yes, 0 no.

 

Mr. Jack Olsen would like to see CSDA be a peanut free school.  His daughter has a life threatening peanut allergy.  She had contact with a peanut product last week and had to be transported by ambulance to the hospital for treatment.

 

The Board will continue to research this subject.  Lorraine Wenger is waiting for a copy the Hollis Schools procedure on allergies.

 

CSDA received a letter stating that sampling from Q3 2007 was high in phalytes.  This letter contradicts Dave Partridge’s conversation from the state that water at CSDA was in specification.  Dawna Duhamel will follow up with Skillings.

 

Jennifer MacLeod spoke regarding the NWEA testing.  The Hollis School Board is considering hiring a data analyst to manage the NWEA and other test data.  She wanted to know if this was something that the Brookline School Board would be interested in doing with Hollis. 

 


Superintendent’s Report

 

Rich Pike addressed that fact that the state legislature is discussing mandatory kindergarten for all districts in the state.

 

Rich Pike also wanted to know when the December board meeting should be scheduled.  The Board decided December 17th at 6:30 at CSDA.  The Brookline School Board scheduled a Budget workshop for December 4th from 1:00-3:00 pm at CSDA.

 

Budget

 

Budgets are flat.  Overall there is a 6% increase.  The increases include the assistant principal and guidance counselor at a total cost of $121,650.  Estimated costs for modular classrooms are not included in the budget.  There is also a list of maintenance items for RMMS that were not included in the budget.

 

Cost for Modular Classroom – CSDA

 

Leasing price for 1 28’x68’ Reconditioned Room (2 classrooms)

 

Lease Term                  Cost per Month            Annual Cost     Cost per Lease

12 month                      $2,633.00                    $31,596.00      $31,596.00

24 month                      $1,908.00                    $22, 896.00     $45,792.00

36 month                      $1,710.00                    $20,520.00      $61,560.00

48 month                      $1,576.00                    $18,912.00      $75,648.00

60 month                      $1,471.00                    $17,652.00      $88,260.00

 

Price includes delivery, set up, vinyl skirting, anchoring, and building tear/down, return delivery at end of lease.

 

Outright sale $79,875.00

 

Maintenance Budget for RMMS

 

 

Dr. Luzzetti will look into whether the fire pulls can be replaced individually as needed or if one breaks do we need to replace them all.

 

The board requested an estimate from a painting professional on what painting needs to be done on the exterior of RMMS.

 

The board requested an estimate from a professional regarding the cost of insulating the library ceiling.

 

The board requested an estimate from a professional for driveway sealing.

 

The board requested details on the need for a water softener.

 

The board directed Dr. Luzzetti to use this year’s budget to pay for repairs to the gym rest room floors.

 

The board directed Dr. Luzzetti to get estimates for upgrades to the security surveillance cameras.  The board requested getting estimates for 2 doors and 3 doors.

 

The board directed Dr. Luzzetti to change the code on the back door of the school by the gym. 

 

The board wants to know what fees if any, is charged to the after school program.

 

Wanda Meagher requested titles for the functions in the budget from Dawna Duhamel.

 

The administration is not currently recommending adding to the teaching staff.

 

A motion was made to go into non-public under RSA 91-A: 3II (c) reputation by Beth Lukovits.  Wanda Meagher seconded the motion.  The motion carried by unanimous roll call vote 5 yes, 0 no at 9:00 pm.

 

The board came out of non-public session at 9:30 pm.

 

A motion was made to seal the non-public minutes of November 27, 2007 by Beth Lukovits.  The motion was seconded by Cindy Ryherd.  The motion carried by unanimous vote 5 yes, 0 no.

 

The board took a 15 minute break.

 

The board reconvened at 9:45 pm.

 

Correspondence

 

Barbara Haskell-Higgins is retiring at the end of this year. 

 

A motion was made by Beth Lukovits to accept the retirement of Barbara Haskell Higgins.  Cindy Ryherd seconded the motion.  The motion carried by unanimous vote 5 yes, 0 no.

 

The board requested the tuition charge, per diem, for Kindergarten and primary school.

 

Policies

 

EHAA – First Reading

               Amended: #8 & #12 were deleted.

 

EHAA - COMPUTER SECURITY, E-MAIL AND INTERNET COMMUNICATIONS POLICY

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Category P
Also EGA

The District has established this policy with regard to access and disclosure of electronic data composed, stored, sent, or received by employees using the District computer system. This policy is designed to protect the safety and security of the District's computer systems including E-mail and internet use.

The District intends to enforce the rules set forth below and reserves the right to change these rules at any time.

1.  The computer hardware system, software and E-mail system are owned by the District, and all messages or data composed, stored, sent, or received using the system are and remain the private property of the District. They are not the property of the employee.

2.  The computer and E-mail system is to be used for business purposes only. Personal business is unauthorized and should not be conducted on the system.

3.  The electronic mail system may not be used to solicit or proselytize for commercial ventures, religious or political causes, outside organizations, or other non-job-related solicitations.

4.  The District prohibits discriminatory, harassing, or offensive materials in any form of media. Among those which are considered offensive are any messages which contain sexual implications, racial slurs, gender-specific comments, or any other comments that offensively address someone's age, sexual orientation, religious or political beliefs, national origin, or disability.

5.  The electronic mail system shall not be used to send (upload) or receive (download) copyrighted materials, trade secrets, proprietary financial information, or similar materials without prior authorization.

6.  The District reserves, and intends to exercise without prior notice, the right to read, review, audit, intercept, access or disclose any and all information on an employee's computer system or messages created, received or sent over the electronic mail system for any purpose, even if coded or passworded.

7. The confidentiality of any message or data should not be assumed. Even when a message is erased, it is still possible to retrieve and read that message. The use of passwords for security does not guarantee confidentiality, or that the District will not retrieve it. All passwords must be disclosed to the computer administrator.

8.  Notwithstanding the District's right to retrieve and monitor any E-mail messages, such messages should be treated as confidential by other employees and accessed only by the intended recipient. Employees are not authorized to retrieve or read any E-mail that is not sent to them. Any exception to this policy must receive prior approval by the Superintendent.

9.  Any employee who violates this policy or uses the computer system or electronic mail system for improper purposes shall be subject to discipline up to and including discharge.

10.  The District has the authority to terminate or limit access to any program at any time.

Legal Reference:

RSA 194:3-d, School District Computer Networks


Revised:  November, 2007

Reviewed:  April, 2004

Revised:  November, 1999

Revised:  July, 1998




DISCLAIMER:This sample policy manual is copyrighted to the New Hampshire School Boards Association and is intended for the sole and exclusive use of NHSBA Policy Service Subscribers. No portion of this manual may be reproduced, copied, transmitted, distributed, in any form, except as needed for the development of policy by a subscribing district. The materials contained in the manual are provided for general information only and as a resource to assist subscribing districts with policy development. School districts and boards of education should consult with legal counsel and revise all sample policies and regulations to address local facts and circumstances prior to adoption. NHSBA continually makes revisions based on school districts' needs and local, state and federal laws, regulations and court decisions, and other relevant education activity.

 

 

KA – First reading.  Amended delete 1, 7, 8 & 10 bullets.

 

 

KA - SCHOOL, COMMUNITY, AND HOME RELATIONS

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Category P
See also KCB, IF, IJO, and LA

The School Board recognizes the importance of having a strong partnership between the school system and the parents of our students as well as the community at large. It is therefore the policy of the Board to define standards for involvement between the schools the community, and the parents of all students enrolled in District schools. The Superintendent is directed to implement these standards.

•  Communication between home and school is regular, two-way and meaningful.

•  Parents are full partners in the educational decisions that affect children and families.

•  Parents will be encouraged to visit their schools for beginning of the year events such as "Open House" and new student orientations. These events will be used to disseminate information on school policies, discipline procedures, assessment tools and school goals.

•  Opportunities are provided to guide parents on ways to assist with homework, give feedback to teachers, and how parents can help their children improve skills and perform well on assessments.

•  Parents are encouraged to attend school-sponsored parent workshops to learn about parenting skills, health, safety, nutrition, home environments that support education and other topics of child and adolescent development throughout the year.

•  Students and parents will receive information regarding cultural, recreational, academic, health, social and other resources that serve families within the community.

•  Partnerships will be developed with local organizations, local city and county governments, natural resources, and talented individuals to strengthen school programs, family practices and student learning.

•  Student participation in community service will be encouraged.

•  Business partnerships will also be developed to assist students in the successful transition to employment or further education.

Legal References:

NH Code of Administration Rules, Section Ed. 306.04(a)(11), Policy Development

NH Code of Administration Rules, Section Ed. 306.04(k), Policy Development

Revised November 2007

Revised: February 2006




DISCLAIMER:This sample policy manual is copyrighted to the New Hampshire School Boards Association and is intended for the sole and exclusive use of NHSBA Policy Service Subscribers. No portion of this manual may be reproduced, copied, transmitted, distributed, in any form, except as needed for the development of policy by a subscribing district. The materials contained in the manual are provided for general information only and as a resource to assist subscribing districts with policy development. School districts and boards of education should consult with legal counsel and revise all sample policies and regulations to address local facts and circumstances prior to adoption. NHSBA continually makes revisions based on school districts' needs and local, state and federal laws, regulations and court decisions, and other relevant education activity.

 

 

DFA – Keep the same for time being. 

The board wants input from Dawna and to consult with Russ before doing a                        second reading.

 

DFA - INVESTMENT

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Category P

The School Board authorizes the School District Treasurer working in conjunction with the Superintendent and his/her designee and pursuant to RSA 197:23-a to invest the funds of the District subject to the following objectives and standards or care.

OBJECTIVES

The three objectives, in priority order, of investment activities shall be safety, liquidity, and yield.

1.  Safety of principal is the foremost objective in this policy. Investments shall be undertaken in a manner that seeks to ensure the preservation of capital by mitigating credit and interest rate risk. This will be accomplished by limiting the type of the investments and institutions to those stipulated by statute and fully covered by FDIC insurance or collateral approved pursuant to RSA 366:57.

2.  Liquidity of the investment portfolio shall remain sufficient to meet all operating requirements that may be reasonably anticipated.

3.  Yield. The investment portfolio shall be designed with the objective of attaining a market rate of return throughout budgetary and economic cycles, taking into account the investment risk constraints and liquidity needs. Return on investment is of secondary importance compared to the safety and liquidity objectives described above.

STANDARDS OF CARE

1.  Prudence. The standard of prudence to be used by the District Treasurer and Superintendent or his/her designee involved in the investment process shall be the "prudent person" standard and shall be applied in the context of managing an overall portfolio. They are directed to use the GFOA* Recommended Practices and Policy Statements Related to Cash Management as a guide to the prudent investment of public funds.

2.  Ethics and conflicts of interest. The School District Treasurer and Superintendent or his/her designee involved in the investment process shall refrain from personal business activity that could conflict with the proper execution and management of the investment program or that could impair their ability to make impartial decisions. Employees and Investment officials shall disclose any material interests in financial institutions with which they conduct business. They shall further disclose any personal financial institutions with which they conduct business. They shall further disclose any personal financial/investment positions that could be related to the performance of the investment portfolio. Employees and officials shall subordinate their personal investment transactions to those of the School District particularly with regard to the timing of purchases and sales.

3.  Internal Controls. The District Treasurer and Superintendent or his/her designee shall establish a system of internal controls which shall be documented in writing. The internal controls shall be reviewed by the School Board and an independent auditor.

The investment of funds will  be left to the discretion of the Finance Committee without prior approval of the Board.

This investment policy shall be reviewed annually by the school Board.

Legal References:

RSA 197:23-a, Treasurer’s Duties

RSA 383:22, Public Deposit Investment Pool


Appendix: DFA-R

 

Revised:  March, 2004

Revised:  November, 1999

Revised:  July, 1998




DISCLAIMER:This sample policy manual is copyrighted to the New Hampshire School Boards Association and is intended for the sole and exclusive use of NHSBA Policy Service Subscribers. No portion of this manual may be reproduced, copied, transmitted, distributed, in any form, except as needed for the development of policy by a subscribing district. The materials contained in the manual are provided for general information only and as a resource to assist subscribing districts with policy development. School districts and boards of education should consult with legal counsel and revise all sample policies and regulations to address local facts and circumstances prior to adoption. NHSBA continually makes revisions based on school districts' needs and local, state and federal laws, regulations and court decisions, and other relevant education activity.

 

 

IJNDB – Second Reading

               Amended: Strike paragraph 1

                                  Delete both #2

                                  Delete “Code of Conduct” in 4A & 4B

                                  Delete “Public Hearing” paragraph

 

IJNDB - SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERNET ACCESS FOR STUDENTS

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Category P
Also EHAA & EGA

Internet access by students will be monitored by District personnel and the degree of access to the Internet will be dependent upon the age of students.

SAFETY PROCEDURES AND GUIDELINES

The Superintendent shall develop and implement appropriate procedures to provide guidance for access and use of electronic media. See EGA-R.

Guidelines shall address teacher supervision of student computer use, ethical use of electronic media (including, but not limited to, the Internet, e-mail, and other District technological resources), and issues of privacy versus administrative review of electronic files and communications. In addition, guidelines shall prohibit utilization of networks for prohibited or illegal activities, the intentional spreading of embedded messages, or the use of other programs with the potential of damaging or destroying programs or data.

Internet safety measures shall be implemented that effectively address the following:

1.  Implementation of a District Internet Acceptable Use Procedure.

2.  Rules for Internet use to be included in all student handbooks.

3.  Requirement that all student Internet users obtain an Internet account that includes parent permission. 

A.  Compliance with the District Acceptable Use Procedures are conditions for the account.

B.  Internet training will be provided, including training on personal responsibility, ethical and courteous behavior, and the Acceptable Use Procedures.

C.  Parents or guardians are asked to review the Acceptable Use Procedures with their children.  Parent or guardian permission is required for student access.  All students and staff must have a signed District authorization form for an account.

4.  Training for staff to increase their skills in working with students on the internet.

5.  Methods of controlling access by minors to inappropriate matter on the Internet and World Wide Web.

6.  Measures designed to address safety and security of minors when they are using electronic mail, chat rooms, and other forms of electronic communications.

7.  Rules to prevent unauthorized access, including "hacking" and other unlawful activities by students.

8.  Rules to prohibit unauthorized disclosure, use, and dissemination of personal information regarding minors.

9.  Measures designed to restrict minors' access to materials harmful to them.

 

AUDIT OF USE

The Superintendent/designee shall establish a process to determine whether the District's education technology is being used for purposes prohibited by law or for accessing sexually explicit materials. This process shall include:

1.  Utilizing  technology that blocks or filters Internet access for both minors and adults to certain visual depictions that are obscene, involve child pornography, or are otherwise harmful to minors..

2.  Monitoring on-line activities of minors.

Legal Reference:

RSA 194:3-d, School District Computer Networks

47 U.S.C. Section 254, Children's Internet Protection Act, Effective April 20, 2001


Appendix: EGA-R


Revised:  November 2007

Reviewed:  April, 2004

Revised:  June, 2001

Revised:  November, 1999




DISCLAIMER:This sample policy manual is copyrighted to the New Hampshire School Boards Association and is intended for the sole and exclusive use of NHSBA Policy Service Subscribers. No portion of this manual may be reproduced, copied, transmitted, distributed, in any form, except as needed for the development of policy by a subscribing district. The materials contained in the manual are provided for general information only and as a resource to assist subscribing districts with policy development. School districts and boards of education should consult with legal counsel and revise all sample policies and regulations to address local facts and circumstances prior to adoption. NHSBA continually makes revisions based on school districts' needs and local, state and federal laws, regulations and court decisions, and other relevant education activity.

 

 

GBAA – First Reading

   Amended:  delete paragraph 3 of number IV.

 

 

GBAA  - SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE

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Category P
Also JBAA

I. GENERAL STATEMENT OF POLICY

Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination which violates Section 703 of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, 42 U.S.C. ß2000e, et seq., and Title IX. Sexual violence is a physical act of aggression that includes a sexual act or sexual purpose.

It is the policy of the District to maintain a learning and working environment that is free from sexual harassment and sexual violence. The District prohibits any form of sexual harassment and sexual violence.

It shall be a violation of this policy for any student or employee to harass a student or an employee through conduct or communication of a sexual nature as defined by this policy.

It shall be a violation of this policy for any student or employee to be sexually violent to a student or employee.

The District will act to investigate all complaints, either formal or informal, verbal or written, of sexual harassment or sexual violence and to discipline any student or employee who sexually harasses or is sexually violent to a student or employee of the District.

II. SEXUAL HARASSMENT/SEXUAL VIOLENCE DEFINED

A.  Sexual harassment consists of unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, sexually motivated physical conduct or other verbal or physical conduct or communication of a sexual nature when:

1.  Submission to that conduct or communication is made a term or condition, either explicitly or implicitly, of obtaining or retaining employment, or of obtaining an education; or

2.  Submission to or rejection of that conduct or communication by an individual is used as a factor in decisions affecting that individual's employment or education; or

3.  That conduct or communication has the purpose or effect of substantially or unreasonably interfering with an individual's employment or education, or creating an intimidating, hostile or offensive employment or education environment.

Any sexual harassment as defined when perpetrated on any student or employee by any student or employee will be treated as sexual harassment under this policy.

B.  Sexual harassment may include but is not limited to:

1.  verbal harassment and/or abuse of a sexual nature;

2.  subtle pressure for sexual activity;

3.  inappropriate patting or pinching;

4.  intentional brushing against a student's or an employee's body;

5.  demanding sexual favors accompanied by implied or overt threats concerning an individual's employment or educational status;

6.  demanding sexual favors accompanied by implied or overt promises of preferential treatment with regard to an individual's employment or educational status;

7.  any sexually motivated unwelcome touching; or

8.  sexual violence which is a physical act of aggression that includes a sexual act or sexual purpose.

III. REPORTING PROCEDURES

Any person who believes he or she has been the victim of sexual harassment or sexual violence by a student or an employee of the District, or any third person with knowledge or belief of conduct which may constitute sexual harassment or sexual violence should report the alleged acts immediately to an appropriate District official as designated by this policy. The District encourages the reporting party or complainant to use the report form available from the Principal of each building or available from the Superintendent's office.

A.  In each building. The building Principal is the person responsible for receiving oral or written reports of sexual harassment or sexual violence at the building level. Upon receipt of a report, the Principal must notify the Superintendent immediately without screening or investigating the report. A written report will be forwarded simultaneously to the Superintendent. If the report was given verbally, the Principal shall reduce it to written form within 24 hours and forward it to the Superintendent. Failure to forward any sexual harassment or sexual violence report or complaint as provided herein will result in disciplinary action. If the complaint involves the building Principal, the complaint shall be filed directly with the Superintendent.

B.  District-Wide. The Board hereby designates the Superintendent as the District Human Rights Officer to receive reports or complaints of sexual harassment and sexual violence from any individual, employee or victim of sexual harassment or sexual violence and also from the building Principals as outlined above. If the complaint involves the Superintendent, the complaint shall be filed directly with the School Board.

The District shall conspicuously post the name of the Human Rights Officer, including a mailing address and telephone number.

C.  Submission of a complaint or report of sexual harassment or sexual violence will not affect the individual's future employment, grades or work assignments.

D. Use of formal reporting forms is not mandatory.

The District will respect the confidentiality of the complainant and the individual(s) against whom the complaint is filed as much as possible, consistent with the School District's legal obligations and the necessity to investigate allegations of sexual harassment and sexual violence and take disciplinary action when the conduct has occurred.

IV. INVESTIGATION AND RECOMMENDATION

By authority of the District, the Human Rights Officer, upon receipt of a report or complaint alleging sexual harassment or sexual violence shall immediately authorize an investigation. This investigation may be conducted by District officials or by a third party designated by the District. The investigating party shall provide a written report of the status of the investigation within 10 working days to the Superintendent. If the Superintendent is the subject of the complaint, the report shall be submitted to the Board.

In determining whether alleged conduct constitutes sexual harassment or sexual violence, the District should consider the surrounding circumstances, the nature of the sexual advances, relationships between the parties involved and the context in which the alleged incidents occurred. Whether a particular action or incident constitutes sexual harassment or sexual violence requires a determination based on all the facts and surrounding circumstances.

In addition, the District may take immediate steps, at its discretion, to protect the complainant, students and employees pending completion of an investigation of alleged sexual harassment or sexual violence.

V.  SCHOOL DISTRICT ACTION

A.  Upon receipt of a recommendation that the complaint is valid, the District will take such action as appropriate based on the results of the investigation.

B.  The complainant may appeal the investigations recommendations to the Superintendent (presuming the superintendent is not the investigation,  or to the Board.

C.  The result of the investigation of each complaint filed under these procedures will be reported in writing to the complainant by the School District. The report will document any disciplinary action taken as a result of the complaint.

VI. REPRISAL

The School District will discipline any individual who retaliates against any person who reports alleged sexual harassment or sexual violence or who retaliates against any person who testifies, assists or participates in an investigation, proceeding or hearing relating to a sexual harassment or sexual violence complaint. Retaliation includes, but is not limited to, any form of intimidation, reprisal or harassment.

VII. RIGHT TO ALTERNATIVE COMPLAINT PROCEDURES

These procedures do not deny the right of any individual to pursue other avenues of recourse which may include filing charges with the Commissioner of Education, initiating civil action or seeking redress under state criminal statutes and/or federal law.

VIII.  SEXUAL HARASSMENT OR SEXUAL VIOLENCE AS SEXUAL ABUSE

Under certain circumstances, sexual harassment or sexual violence may constitute sexual abuse under New Hampshire law. In such situations, the District shall comply with said law.

Nothing in this policy will prohibit the School District from taking immediate action to protect victims of alleged sexual abuse.

X. DISCIPLINE

The School District will take such disciplinary action it deems necessary and appropriate, including warning, suspension or immediate discharge to end sexual harassment and sexual violence and prevent its recurrence.

X. BY-PASS OF POLICY

Any individual with a sexual harassment complaint may choose to bypass this Policy and accompanying regulation and proceed directly to: N.H. Commission on Human Rights, at 2 Chenelle Dr., Concord, NH, phone 603-271-2767 or US Department of Health & Human Services, Office for Civil Rights, Region 1, JFK Building, Room 1875, Boston Massachusetts 02203. 617-565-1340.

Legal Reference:

NH Code of Administrative Rules – Section Ed. 303.01 (j), 1-9, Substantive Duties of

School Boards


Appendix: GBAA-R

                 BBA-R


Revised:  November 2007

Revised:  December 2004

Reviewed:  June 2004

Revised:  November, 1999




DISCLAIMER:This sample policy manual is copyrighted to the New Hampshire School Boards Association and is intended for the sole and exclusive use of NHSBA Policy Service Subscribers. No portion of this manual may be reproduced, copied, transmitted, distributed, in any form, except as needed for the development of policy by a subscribing district. The materials contained in the manual are provided for general information only and as a resource to assist subscribing districts with policy development. School districts and boards of education should consult with legal counsel and revise all sample policies and regulations to address local facts and circumstances prior to adoption. NHSBA continually makes revisions based on school districts' needs and local, state and federal laws, regulations and court decisions, and other relevant education activity.

 

The board didn’t have a copy of policy ILBA, so review was postponed to a later date.

 

A motion was made by Cindy Ryherd to go into nonpublic session under RSA 91-A:3II(c) reputation,  Wanda Meagher seconded the motion.  The motion carried by unanimous roll call vote 5 yes, 0 no.

 

10:40 pm

 

 

 

Date __________________________      Signed       ________________________