September Board Meeting, 6 p.m. on 12/20/2016 (Agenda | Video | Minutes)

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  • Recognition of Visitors
    • Recognition of retiring board members Roger Schmitt (four years on the governing board), Nancy Iannone (eight years), and Jo Navaretta (twenty-four years!). Thank you for your service.
      Schmitt, Iannone, and Navaretta.
    • Award of Financial Reporting Achievements to LHUSD and Elaine (Missy) Wood.
    • K-12 Foundation and ABC Vision 2020 Pillar 2 Scholarships. Eugenia Anderson, Marie Hendry, Wade Novy, Valari Rose-Johnson, Ginny Sautner, Jill Sieh, Shannon Williams, Brian Zemojtel, and Julie Zemojtel were recognized.
      Receiving Scholarships.
    • Lake Havasu City Education Association (LHCEA).
  • Call to the Public: A group of district staff stood to recogognize district director of business services, Missy Wood. Missy will be retiring soon. (Pictured: Anne Taffe, Bonnie Braezeal, Judy McClintock, Heidi Gray, Alice Opie, Patti Bacer, Martha Jo Thompson, and Terry Fleming.)
    In appreciation of Missy Wood. Others spoke on other issues during Call to the Public. Call to the Public starts at time mark 12:55 in the meeting video available throught the Video link near the top of this page.
  • Item 3.1.4. More...
    • Approval of Vouchers for October 2016 / $2,355,803.83.
    • Student Activity Funds for K-8 for October 2016 / $38,818.50.
    • Student Activity Funds for 9-12 for October 2016 / $226,400.64.
    • Auxiliary Funds for October 2016 / $769,845.34.
  • Item 3.1.5: Acceptance of Gifts and Donations to the Lake Havasu Unified School District in the amount of $8,227.50 and to Student Activities Organizations in the amount of $100.00. More...
  • Item 3.1.6: board approved New Job and Job Description for Part Time Athletic Trainer. More...
  • Item 5.1: board approved Addendum to Long-Term Lease Agreement Between Lake Havasu Unified School District #1 and Arizona State University. More...
  • Item 5.2: board approved Transfer of Deed Agreement, Cypress Park, 301 Cypress Drive, Approximately 8.3 Acres, with Lake Havasu City. More...
  • Item 5.3: board tabled (postponed) approval to Secure Arizona's Master Teacher Program Grant Through the Arizona K12 Center. More...
  • Item 5.4: board approved New Courses and Class Fees at LHHS for the 2017-18 School Year. More...
  • Item 5.5: Approval of Revisions to the High School Calendar for the Remainder of the 2016-17 School Year. More...
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  • Item 5.6: board approved Award of Bid – Beverage Vending Machine Service. More...
  • Item 5.7: board approval to Submit Revision to the 2015-16 Annual Financial Report for the Lake Havasu Unified School District #1 to the Arizona Department of Education. More...
  • Item 5.8: board approved First Presentation/Review of Revised Policy EBAA Reporting of Hazards / Warning System. More...
  • Item 5.9: board approved Compliance with Tax Reform Act of 1986. More...
  • Item 5.10: board approved Award of Bid - Audit Services. More...
  • Item 5.11: Discussion of Appointment of Director of Business Services. An offer was made and declined due to the candidate's standing obligations and relocation issues. District is looking into hiring an interim director of business services. More...
  • Item 5.12: board approved Contract for Contracted Occupational Services with ProCare Health Services. More...
  • Item 5.13: board approved Purchase of Contracted Speech Services with Soliant Health. More...
  • Item 5.14: board approved Renewal of Facility Use Agreement Between American National Red Cross and Lake Havasu Unified School District for Emergency Shelter. More...
  • Item 6.1, Informational report. Superintendent Asseier passed out a report on district repair projects being funded by the State School Facilities Board. SFB Report