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RSU 1 Board meeting
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10/29/2018 @ 6:00 PM
Ends
10/29/2018
Location
Morse High School
Contact
Veda Ferris at vferris@rsu1.org
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Board of Directors Regular Meeting

Monday, October 29, 2018- 6:00 pm

Morse High School

826 High Street

Bath, ME  04530

 

  1. Call to Order
  2. Pledge of Allegiance
  3. Recognition and Comments from Chair
  4. Approve/Amend Minutes of September 17, 2018
  5. Adjustments to Agenda
  6. Public Session
  7. Student Recognition
    1. Bath Youth Citizen Award
  8. Staff Report

    7.1        ALICE Safety Approach – Chuck Reece, Student Resource Officer

  9. Committee Reports
    1. MHS Building Project Update
    2. Curriculum Assessment and Instruction Update
  10. Superintendent’s Report
    1. Good News
    2. Financial Report 
  11. Old Business
    1. Second Reading of Policy EFA – Student Meal Accounts - Action
  12. New Business
    1. Personnel Item(s) – Report:
      1. Retirement(s):  Martha Simpson, Foreign Language teacher (at the end of the 2018-2019 school year), MHS
      2. Resignation(s):  Charles Fear, 7/8 Grade Science teacher, BMS
    2. Approval of 2018-2019 Board Goals – Action
    3. Approve New Programs Offered at BRCTC – Action
    4. First Reading of Board Policies – No Action
      1. DMA – Cash Management for Federal Funds
      2. DKC – Expense Authorization and Reimbursement
      3. JLDBA – Suicide Prevention, Intervention, and Response
  13. Public Session
  14. Set next meeting dates and locations
    1. RSU 1 Board Meeting – November 19, 2018 in the Dike-Newell School cafeteria – 6:00 pm
  15. Adjourn


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Bath Regional Career and Technical Center is a technical high school located in Bath, Maine. The school offers eight Career and Technical Education courses to students enrolled at Morse High School, Boothbay Region High School, Lincoln Academy, and Wiscasset Middle High School.

BRCTC programs offer students applied learning experiences, dual enrollment college opportunities, and industry recognized certification testing. BRCTC has adopted national and/or state industry skills standards in each program, preparing students to enter a trade or continue their education in a post-secondary program after graduation.