• Sitka School District Mission:

    “Sitka Schools: Discovering potential, nurturing growth, and inspiring lifelong curiosity.” 

    Sitka School Board Meeting

    March 3, 2021

    6:00 p.m. - Centennial Hall

     

     Proposed Agenda

    Administrative Response

    1. Call to Order
    2. Flag Salute
    3. Roll Call
    4. Approval of the Proposed Agenda
      (All items listed under Agenda & Consent Agenda are considered routine by the School Board and will be approved 
      in one motion. Items may be removed at the request of a School Board member.)   
      Consent Agenda
      a. Approval of February 2, 2021 Minutes
      b. Approval of February 3, 2021 Minutes
      c. Approval of February 19, 2021 Minutes
      d. Approval of BP 5146 Married/Pregnant/Parenting Students - 2nd Reading
    5. Special Reports: Government to Government
    6. Recognitions
    7. Persons to be Heard
    8. School Highlights - Principals
    9. Reports
      a. Report on Landslide Warning System - Sitka Sound Science Center
    10. Board Member Reports
    11. Administrative Reports  
      a. Budget Report - Cassee Olin
      b. Enrollment Report - Cassee Olin
      c. Superintendent Update - John Holst
      d. Sitka Smart Start Update - John Holst
    12. New Business
      a. Update on FY22 Budget Process FY22 City Funding
      b. Approval of BP 6015 Parent and Family Engagement
      c. Review of AR 6015 School, Parent, Family Engagement for BES, KGH, BMS, SHS, PHS
    13. Correspondence and Information (Separate Packet)
       a. Introduction from Frank Hauser, New Superintendent - Video
    14. Future Agenda Items/Upcoming Events
          a. Budget Meetings
              ■ March 25, 2021 - 6:00 p.m. Community Budget Hearing - Centennial Hall
              ■ April 14, 2021 6:00 p.m. Budget Work Session - Centennial Hall
              ■ April 21, 2021 - 6:00 p.m. Final Budget Hearing & Budget Approval - Centennial Hall
          c. Next Regular School Board Meeting April 7, 2021 - Centennial Hall
    15. Adjournment

    The School Board reserves the right to go into executive session as and to the extent permitted by AS 44.62.310 and Board Bylaw 9321. An executive session may be called to consider the following subjects: (1) matters, the immediate knowledge of which would clearly have an adverse effect upon the finances of the District; (2) subjects that tend to prejudice the reputation and character of any person, provided the person may request a public discussion; (3) matters which by law, municipal charter, or ordinance are required to be confidential; and (4) matters involving consideration of government records that by law are not subject to public disclosure. The motion to go into executive session must clearly specify the subject of the proposed session without defeating the purpose of addressing the subject in executive session.