Chairperson Mike Molkentine called the meeting to order at 2:00 PM. Minutes
recorded by Mike Dreyer, Secretary.
Laurie presented the
·Mention of NECAP
test scores coming out on 3/20/06
·Mention of Terra
Nova testing being discontinued
recommendations for 2006-2007 school year that
Discussion ensued about
removal of Readiness program and included:
“Differentiated Instruction” and class balance
What is philosophy of education?
Discussion continued to
meeting on 3/28/06.
Pike handed out
“SAU 41 – Special Education – Roles and Responsibilities”.Handout includes information on SPED
board to establish committee structure for SPED Coordinator position.Board Discussed.Motion
by Michael Dreyer “To
form SPED Coordinator position search committee to be composed of: (2)
Principals/Administrators, (2) Brookline School Board Members, (1) Regular
Education Teacher – RMMS, (1) Regular Education Teacher – CSDA, (1) SPED
Teacher/Representative – RMMS, (1) SPED Teacher Representative – CSDA, (1)
SPED Director and to provide a recommendation by 5/30/06”.Mike M seconded. Motion carried 5-0.
Board to choose committee assignments.Mike
Molkentine and Tom Solon are the Board representatives.The committee will vote on chair of
committee at inaugural meeting.
Board to discuss possibility ofindependent third party SPED
audit as discussed in previous meetings as a method of district self improvement.Discussion followed.Rich to find out about legal issues,
costs, and collect resumes from possible sources.
Tony departed at 4:00 PM.
Mike D made a motion to enter Non-Public
session per RSA 91-A:3II(c) “Matters which if discussed in public, would likely
affect adversely the reputation of any person…” and RSA 91-A:3II(e)
“Consideration or negotiation of pending claims or litigation…”.Mike M seconded.The motion carried 5-0.Board entered Non-Public session at 4:10 PM.
Board came back into Public
session at 5:35 PM.
Mike D made a motion to seal minutes of Non-Public
Session.Tom seconded.Motion passed 5-0.
Mike D made a motion to adjourn.Tom seconded.Motion passed 5-0.