Board Briefs – August 12, 2014

 

Board Briefs is an unofficial summary of school board actions. Board discussion and agenda items are posted on the BoardDocs website, and the video and audio files of the meeting can be accessed by going

to the Board Meetings Videostreaming website.

 

ROLL CALL

All school board members were present for the work session held at the school system's Administrative Center.

 

Work Session Presentations

The school board heard presentations on the following workshop topic(s):

Back to School Update

Charter System Update Information

Student Attendance Zones

 

RECOGNITIONS

Outstanding students, staff and/or schools were honored for state, national or international awards.

 

PUBLIC COMMENT

The board held a public comment session to hear from constituents and employees.

 

 

After meeting in executive session, the board approved land, legal and/or personnel items, including changes on the personnel report.

 

New Hires

Ramon Garner, from Implementation Specialist/Atlanta Public Schools, to Assistant Principal at Banneker HS

Billy Jackson, from RTI/SST/Atlanta Public Schools, to Assistant Principal at Mimosa ES

 

Promotions

George Moore, from Program Specialist/NWLC, to Coordinator of Continuous Improvement

Keynun Campbell, from Assistant Principal at Centennial HS, to Principal at Camp Creek MS

Shazzma Crooks, from Coordinator of Exceptional Children, to Assistant Principal at Banneker HS

Pamela Haight, from Teacher at Alpharetta ES, to Assistant Principal at Mountain Park ES

Camille Santos, from Assistant Principal at Manning Oaks ES, to Assistant Principal at Northwestern MS

 

 

Separations

Kimberly Bowsher, Assistant Principal at Crabapple Crossing ES (resig. eff.  7/29/14)

Tawana Miller, Director of Title I (retirement eff. 12/31/14)

 

 

INFORMATION REPORTS TO THE BOARD

August 2014 Field Trip Reports

Employee Travel Report for August 2014

Contracting Report for August 2014 for Items Between $25,000 and $100,000

Change Order Report for Errors, Omissions and Unforeseen Conditions