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AAPS Focused on Allen Elementary Relocation Plan

Ann Arbor Public Schools Board of Education regular meeting (August 24, 2016): Forsythe Middle School, 1655 Newport Rd

During tonight’s regular meeting, beginning at 7:00 PM, two moments of silence will be observed, one in memory of Skyline teacher Christopher Peterson and another in memory of Muhsen Almohri.

Superintendent Jeanice Swift will give an update on the future of Allen Elementary after the flooding that occurred last week. Information reports on the Rec & Ed facilities and a student health update, focusing on immunizations, Zika virus guidelines, and the nutrition environment will also be given.

A special briefing will be brought forward to the board to authorize Swift to execute the lease agreement between AAPS and Ypsilanti Community Schools (YCS).

An update to the local wellness policy is up for a second briefing. The update is being made to bring the AAPS Local School Wellness Policy into compliance with new federal guidelines.

Voting will be on the policy update and the lease agreement authorization. The board will also move on two action items: administrative contract approval and a resolution to the State School Reform Office.

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Board Mulls Supporting Special Ed Millage Ballot Proposal

Ann Arbor Public Schools Board of Education regular meeting (December 9, 2015): Ann Arbor District Library – 4th Floor Board Room

The board is holding an executive session at 5:00 PM, in which they will conduct an informal evaluation of superintendent Jeanice Swift. They will also be considering material exempt from disclosure under attorney/client privilege.

During the regular meeting, beginning at 7:00 PM, Jenna Bacalor will give the annual report on the Rec and Ed program. The trustees will hear first briefing reports, which include: a quote for the second phase of the soundfield replacement project,  a student achievement data warehouse bid recommendation, and a resolution to support the ballot proposal for the special education millage.

The board will be presented with a special briefing on the Pioneer High School boiler repair project for a cost not to exceed $69,900.  The amount would be funded through the Sinking Fund.

Voting tonight will be on the Pioneer boiler repair.

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