The Atlantic Community School District’s (ACSD’s) Board of Education will hold a regularly scheduled meeting Monday evening, at the High School. During their session which begins at 7:30-p.m. in the Media Center, the Board will hear special presentations from: Erik Miller, with regard to the FFA; Derek Bair, who will talk about the Career Technical Education curriculum, and, Jerry Purdy with Design Alliance, with regard to progress on renovations at the Atlantic Middle School.
Action items on the Board’s agenda will include approval of: The 1st reading of Board Policies (Series 100); An amendment to the 2013-2014 District Testing Calendar; Lisa Munsey as a mentor at the Middle School; An FFA trip to the National FFA Convention in Louisville, KY; the ACSD Special Education Service Delivery Plan; The purchase of lunchroom tables for Washington Elementary; and approval of lighting and electric bids for the AHS Auditorium lighting project.
Near the end of the meeting, the Atlantic Board of Education will discuss staffing matters including a School Administration Manager (SAM) position with the CAM School District. During the CAM School Board’s meeting on June 24th, Superintendent Steve Pelzer said he having discussions with neighboring districts to see about sharing a SAM. The individual could be an assistant to a principal, working with discipline and other issues, and could help with state reporting. Pelzer said there are sharing incentives available to each district of over $60,000.
The Atlantic Board will also discuss a SAM position at Washington, and having an At-Risk Advocate for the Level 3 (Behavioral Center) program. In addition, the Board will discuss an administrators Performance Incentive Pay plan, and Capital Improvement Projects (CIP).