CRESWELL SCHOOL
DISTRICT
PREPARING STUDENTS FOR SUCCESS
CRESWELL, OREGON



NOTICE OF REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETING

WEDNESDAY January 12, 2005



CALL TO ORDER......6:00 p.m.

ROLL CALL

01.  Action, establish a quorum.

02. Pledge of Allegiance.

RECOGNITION OF VISITORS AND PRESS

03.  Any visitor wishing to address the School Board is asked to
fill out a form found at the room entrance and to give the completed
information to the Board Chair.  Other visitors are asked to sign in.

APPROVE AGENDA

04.  Action, approve agenda/add items.

MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETING

05.  Action, approve December 8, 2004 minutes.

REPORTS

06. Information, Trustees Reports.

07. Information, Supervisors Reports.
A.  Middle School Archery demonstration.

08.  Information, Student Representative Report.

09. Information, Business Manager Report.

10. Information, Superintendent Report.
A.    Curriculum Director's Report.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

11.   

 
NEW BUSINESS

12. Action, note grade day change in 2004-2005 Calendar from 1/18 to 1/ 28.

13. Action, Personnel Report.

14. Action, posted new and revised policies:
AE District Goals, new
ECAAA & AR I D Badges, new
ECAB Vandalism, new
IA Instruction Goals, revised
IGBHA & AR Alternative Education Records, revised
IGBHB & AR Alternative Education Programs, revised
JO Educational Records, revised
JECDA & AR Transcript Evaluations, revised
JFCB Care of District Property, new
JHFDA Suspension of Driving Privileges, new
JN Student Fees, revised
KBA Public Records, revised

15. Action, Budget Board appointments.

16. Discussion, Superintendent evaluation format.

17. Executive Session to discuss negotiations per ORS 192.660(2)(d).

18.

  


CALENDAR--Information
January 17...........................MLK Day, No School
January 28...........................Grade Day, No School
February 9...........................Regular Board meeting


BOARD REQUESTS for next meeting

ADJOURNMENT
Time of adjournment:  ______________

NEXT MONTH:



"One hundred years from now it will not matter what kind of car I
drove, what kind of house I lived in, how much I had in my bank nor what my
clothes looked like.  One hundred years from now it will not matter what
kind of school I attended what kind of typewriter I used, how large my
church, but the world may be...a little better because...I was important in
the life of a child."
Margaret Fishback Powers