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December 1, 2013

Agenda for Monday's Whitfield County Board of Education meeting

WHITFIELD COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION

AGENDA

Dec. 2, 2013

6:30 p.m.

Call to Order & Roll Call

Adoption of Agenda

Pledge of Allegiance

Moment of Silent Reflection

Inspirations

Recognitions/Presentations

2013 Reward Schools – Eastbrook Middle and North Whitfield Middle

Northwest High School Softball Team – AAAA State Championship

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

Approval of Minutes for Nov. 4, Nov. 6

Purchase Order Over $25,000

Financials

General Funds

Capital Projects Funds

Superintendent Report

Teaching and Learning

Innovators Incubator Presentations                        

Operations

Facilities Use Agreement

Basketball Practice at Cedar Ridge Elementary Gym

Recommendation for Purchase of New Playground Equipment at Dawnville Elementary

Certificate of the Board of Education  for Coahulla Creek High School

Certificate of the Board of Education  for Eastbrook Middle School

Support Services

Crossroads Academy Early Release Plan

Personnel

Previous Business

New Business                

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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