On Monday, the Board of trustees of Millsap ISD will hold two meetings on in the Millsap Administration Board Room/Media Center, located at 301 E. Brazos Street, Millsap.
The first meeting is considered a special meeting and will begin at 5:30 p.m. The second meeting is considered a regular meeting and will begin at 6:30 p.m.
The special meeting, beyond standard meeting practices, will contain a presentation and discussion regarding TASA Visioning Institute.
The regular meeting, beyond standard meeting practices, will contain an open forum for public participation where persons in attendance will be given five minutes prior to the meeting to fill out request cards that will then be addressed during the meeting.
This will provide those present with an opportunity to address the Board on any subject excluding personnel. This section will last no longer than 30 minutes with no single presentation exceeding five minutes.
The following sections will include an approval of December’s minutes, a review of the bill payment list for January, and a superintendent’s report. The report will contain updates on enrollment and attendance and M.A.P; reports on maintenance for January, athletics, School Board Recognition Month campus visits and 2012-2013 Millsap ISD Measures of Success; finally, STAAR EOC retest results.
Next on the agenda is consent items, which include tax report for January, a comparison of revenues and expenditures to budget and cash position of banks accounts.
Board activities will be next, where a discussion of future agenda items will take place, following with unfinished business and new business.
During the new business segment, there will be a public hearing on 2012-2013 Millsap ISD Texas academic performance report; a consideration to temporarily delegate the final authority for employment of teacher contractual personnel to the superintendent; a staff development day waiver; consideration of 2014-2015 Calendar; a TASB update 98 affecting various policies; resolution of the Board Regarding Hazardous Traffic Conditions; selection of the 2013-2014 district auditor; closing with a discussion of current condition and current/future utilization or disposition of district facilities.
Next on the list is the executive session, which is held for purposes permitted by Texas Open Meetings Act.
During the executive session there will be a consideration to approve personnel items including the request for extended leave of absence, resignation/release of contract request, consideration of employment recommendations and a discussion to consider superintendent’s evaluation and contract.
Finally, the meeting will reconvene from executive session for action relative to items considered during executive session.