Ann Arbor Public Schools Board of Education regular meeting (May 24, 2017): Forsythe Middle School, 1655 Newport Rd
The Ann Arbor Public Schools (AAPS) Board of Education (BOE) trustees will vote themselves into executive session at 5:30 PM this evening, discussing a attorney/client privilege item. Executive sessions are closed to the public. The regular meeting begins at 7:00 PM.
Students from Skyline High School will give a student leadership report. Representatives from each high school are invited to speak in front of the board once a school year.
Jill Minnick, AAPS Chief Financial Officer, will give the monthly budget monitoring report for the month of April.
The trustees will hear several first briefing items: Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Refill Purchases; an Annual Software Renewal; and a naming recommendation. Minnick will offer a proposed 2016/17 Budget Amendment. This is a usual practice towards the end of each fiscal year. Minnick will also share the Proposed 2017/18 Budget.
Eleven items are up for second briefing: 2017/18 Food Service Annual Contract Review; 2015 Bond Security Door Entry ADA/DHH Upgrade; Tech Bond Computer Purchase; Wood Chips Bid Recommendation; 2015 Bond Playground Structure Purchase for Abbot and Wines Elementaries; HVAC Upgrade and PLTW Air Conditioning at Huron High School and Forsythe Middle School; Allen Elementary Renovations Phase II: Mechanical & HVAC, Finishes, and Window Blinds; 2017/18 Washtenaw Intermediate School District (WISD) Budget Review.
All eleven of those items will be on the consent agenda, which the trustees will vote on.
In addition to voting on the consent agenda, board action will be taken on three issues. The trustees will resolve to appoint a voting delegate for the WISD election. They will also resolve to select a candidate for the WISD Board. Lastly, but not least, they will vote to approve hourly position adjustments.
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