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Meetings


The Directors of the Board of Education meet every two weeks. Unless otherwise noted all meetings are held at the South Portland High School Lecture Hall. Please enter the building near the cafeteria.

In the event of a national holiday, meetings are held on Wednesdays.

All meetings are open to the public. Regular meetings allow for an "Audience of Citizens."

Citizens in the audience will be privileged to speak on any educational topic. Such privilege is to be limited to one presentation per citizen of not more than five minutes.

Most meetings are recorded and may be viewed online here



Special Meeting

Monday, July 9, 2018

6:00 p.m.

SOUTH PORTLAND HIGH SCHOOL ROOM 221

~ AGENDA ~

Revised

Call to Order

Roll Call

 House  Johnson  Kirk  Matthews  Perkins  Petit  Tipton  


1. Considsideration and action to enter into Executive Session pursuant to 1 MRSA§405(6)(E) to consult with legal counsel.

  1. Consideration and action to enter into Executive Session pursuant to 1 MRSA§405(6)(A) to discuss a personnel issue.

Adjournment




Regular Meeting

REGULAR MEETING

Monday, July 9, 2018

7:00 p.m.

SOUTH PORTLAND HIGH SCHOOL LECTURE HALL

~ A G E N D A ~

Revised

Call to Order

Roll Call

 House  Johnson  Kirk  Matthews  Perkins  Petit  Tipton  


Pledge of Allegiance

Opening Statement

Report of the Secretary

1. Approval of the minutes from the Regular Meeting held on Monday, June 11, 2018.


Report of the Chair

1. Announcement of the next Regular Meeting of the Board of Education:

Monday, August 27, 2018 in the SPHS Lecture Hall.

Report of the Superintendent

1. Announcements/Recognitions – Mr. Kunin

2. Retirements and Resignations – Mr. Kunin

Resignations:

Maxine McGowan, ELL, Skillin

Abigail Trask, Instructional Support, Brown

Heather Langevin, Grade 1, Kaler

Casey McAnally, Instructional Support, Kaler

Amy Sullivan, Grade 2, Brown

3. Greater Sebago Education Alliance (GSEA) Interlocal Agreement – Mr. Kunin

4. Board of Education Retreat Planning

5. New Business items – Mr. Kunin

Audience of Citizens - Topics on the Agenda

Citizens in the audience will be privileged to speak to a topic on the agenda. Such privilege is to be limited to one presentation per citizen of not more than five minutes.

Report of Committees

1. Report of the Finance Committee – Ms. House/Mr. Perkins

2. Report of the Buildings & Grounds Committee – Mr. Matthews/Ms. Kirk

3. Report of the Policy Committee – Ms. Tipton

Policy JLFA – Child Sexual Abuse Prevention and Response - (First Read)

4. Report of the Middle School Building Committee - Mr. Matthews

Next meeting of the committee: August 16, 2018 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. in the SPHS Learning Commons.

Correspondence

New Business

1. Consideration and action to the following personnel items:

a. Elections:

Paisley Richard, Instructional Support, Memorial

Margaret Clune, Instructional Support, Dyer

Craig Haims, Learning Alternatives, SPHS

Hana McNally, Instruction Support, Brown

Marco Risbara, Grade 6, Mahoney

Jacquelyn Kelly, ELL, Memorial

Schyler Folsom, Instructional Support, Brown

Kendra Vyr, Preschool, Kaler

Megan Welter, Director of Curriculum

Rebecca Stern, Principal (1 Year Only), Memorial

Stephanie Baltos, Kindergarten, Skillin

Erin Dukeshire, Teacher Leader/Data Coach, Kaler

Elizabeth Hart, Social Studies, SPHS

Gabriel Schuft, Assistant Principal (1 Year Only), Memorial

Jennifer Fletcher, Grade 5 Instrumental Music, District


2. Consideration and action to approve the Interlocal Agreement for the Greater Sebago Education Alliance Regional Service Center in the form presented to this meeting, to authorize the Chair to sign the Interlocal Agreement on behalf of the School Board, and to authorize submission of the Interlocal Agreement to the Commissioner of the Department of Education for approval.


3. Consideration and action to approve the replacement of an additional 16 to 17 windows at Skillin Elementary School as specified in the City of South Portland Bid #06-19 from Portland Glass in the amount of $42,286.21.


4. Consideration and action to approve the purchase the purchase of one (1) 78-passenger Type “C” school bus with lap and shoulder belts as specified in the City of South Portland Bid #04-19 from O’Connor Auto Park at a cost of $101,250.00.


5. Consideration and action to allow the Superintendent to execute an agreement to release the two empty temporary buildings in the rear of the school property at 130 Wescott Road to the South Portland Fire Department for a training exercise.


*Audience of Citizens - Open Discussion

*Citizens in the audience will be privileged to speak on any educational topic. Such privilege is to be limited to one presentation per citizen of not more than five minutes.

Adjournment