Madison District School Board Agenda for November 7, 2017
1.1 Call to Order
1.2 Recognition of MCCS Student Council
2. Amendments to Agenda
2.1 Amendments to the Agenda - Chair
3. Public Comment
3.1 Public Comment
4. Consent Agenda
4.8 GED Requests (Karen Picklesl)
4.12 School Improvement Plans (Shirley Joseph)
5. Items for Individual Consideration
5.8 Staffing Table Revisions (Sam Stalnaker)
5.9 Permission to Advertise Non-Instructional Positions(s) (Sam Stalnaker)
6. Other Items of Interest
6.1 Superintendent Items
6.2 Attorney Items
6.3 Board Member Items
7. Executive Items
7.1 Student Expulsion No. 2017-18-01 (Karen Pickles)
Any member of the public who wishes to address the Board on any agenda item, or any other topic, must sign up (including the completion of required speaker forms, if any) with the Superintendent or his designee before the time designated for Public Comment. During Public Comment, the Chair shall recognize those persons signed up to speak on agenda items first. To the extent time permits, the Chair shall thereafter recognize those persons signed up to speak on non-agenda items. Unless leave is given by the Chair, (1) all speakers will be limited to three minutes per topic, (2) any identifiable group of three persons or more shall be required to choose a representative, who shall be limited to five minutes per topic. When recognized by the Chair during Public Comment, a speaker may request to be allowed to make his or her comments at the time the Board considers a particular agenda item. The Chair may grant or deny such request in the Chair's sole discretion.
The Board may act upon (including reconsideration) any agenda item at any time during the meeting. The agenda may be changed only for good cause as determined by the Chair and stated in the record. If, after the regular time for Public Comment, the agenda is amended to add an item for consideration, the Chair shall allow public comment on the added agenda item prior to the Board taking action thereon.
All decisions of the Chair concerning parliamentary procedures, decorum, and rules of order will be final, unless they are overcome by a majority of the members of the Board in attendance.
If any person decides to appeal any decision with respect to any action considered at the above referenced meeting and hearing, such person may need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceeding is made to include testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is made.