Ann Arbor Public Schools Board of Education regular meeting/ board retreat (March 14, 2018): Huron High School, 2727 Fuller Road
The Ann Arbor Public Schools (AAPS) Board of Education (BOE) trustees will begin tonight by holding a regular meeting in which they will get work done. At the conclusion of the regular meeting, they will move into a board retreat. The initial meeting begins at 5:30PM.
There are no first briefing items on tonight’s agenda.
Two items are up for second briefing, which means they will be voted on tonight. The two items: 2015 Bond Furniture Purchase for Slauson and Tappan Middle Schools; and the Modular Expansion: Mitchell & Wines Elementary Schools.
The furniture recommendation is to approve the purchase of classroom furniture for Slauson and Tappan Middle Schools for a total amount of $676,187.35. Funding will come from the 2015 Bond Fund.
The modular expansion at Wines and Mitchell is to meet the needs of increased student population and programmatic expansion. The modular buildings will add an additional six classrooms, a flex room, two restrooms, two offices, and a covered walkway to each of the the main school buildings. The recommendation is for the board to approve funding the modular classroom projects for a cost of up to $2,695,722. The funding will be provided from the Sinking Fund.
The trustees will be voting tonight on the approval of the furniture purchase, as well as the modular classrooms.
After the business of the regular meeting concludes, the trustees will move into the work of their retreat. They are focusing on four different areas. There will be a Trustee Share: Equity Symposium & Advocacy Institute. They will examine their current and future work. They will look at board development, and they will discuss next steps.
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