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January 6, 2014

Agendas for tonight's Whitfield Board of Education meetings

Called Work Session

Whitfield County Board of Education

1306 S. Thornton Ave.

Jan. 6, 2014

5:30 p.m.

Call to Order & Roll Call

Adoption of Agenda

Executive Session

Adjournment

WHITFIELD COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION

AGENDA


Jan. 6, 2014

6:30 p.m.

Call to Order & Roll Call

Adoption of Agenda

Pledge of Allegiance

Moment of Silent Reflection

Inspirations

Recognitions/Presentations

• Grace Murray Hooper Region Tech Fair Winners

Hearing of Individuals and/or Delegations – Please limit comments to 3 minutes

Approval of Minutes for Dec. 2, 2013

Purchase Order Over $25,000

Bus Request

Financials

General Funds

Capital Projects Funds

Superintendent Report

Teaching and Learning                        

Operations

Facilities Use Agreement

• The Barre Dance Studio Dance Production Northwest High Auditorium

• Dawnville Youth Sports Association Basketball Practice at Cedar Ridge Elementary Gym

• Cohutta Ruritan to use Cohutta Elementary Gym for Reception for Retiring Mayor Don Henderson

• Cohutta Ruritan to use Cohutta Kitchen and Cafeteria Hallway for Annual Chicken Barbeque Fundraiser                      

School Bus Purchase

Support Services

Purchase of Vehicle for School Nutrition Department

Approval of Drain Cleaning Services

Personnel

Previous Business

New Business

• First Reading of Change in Board Policy: Solicitations by Students KEBB

• Donation Check for Southeast High School

• Donation Check for Fencing and Landscaping at Dug Gap Elementary School

• Adoption of Board Meeting Calendar

• Donation Check for Vestibule/Media Furniture at Westside Middle

• Election of Whitfield County Board of Education Chairman

• Election of Whitfield County Board o Education Vice Chairman

Board Member Reports

Adjourn

Whitfield County Board of Education

Louis Fordham – Chairman

Bill Worley – Vice Chairman

Thomas Barton

Rodney Lock

Tony Stanley

Judy Gilreath, Superintendent

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