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BISD board to meet Thursday

July 13, 2011

The Borger ISD board is set to meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 14, 2011, in the board conference room of the BISD Administration Building, 200 East Ninth.
Following roll call, the board will consider action on a complaint from Jimmy and Darasha regarding an attendance committee decision, subject to Texas Government Codes 551.071 and 551.082.
Under the superintendent’s report, the board will hear dates to review, a legislative update, Policy Update 90 affecting local policies, the 2011-12 mission and goals for Borger ISD, information on budget review and budget meetings, and Paul Belton school times.
In terms of district reports, the board will hear an annual facility report, a presentation on athletic facilities, and initiatives for Borger High School.
The board will approve items under its consent agenda, which includes 2011-12 Equity Center membership, 2011-12 Region 16 Contracts, June 2011 payroll and disbursements, donations, and June meeting minutes.
Action will also be taken on student accident insurance for 2011-12, a resolution suspending a portion of EIE Local for the 2011-12 school year, the engagement of an auditor for Borger ISD, and bids on a dish machine, service, and chemicals, bakery items, and dairy products.
In terms of budget amendments, the board will act on one relating to a bond service payment and another pertaining to transportation (fuel). Financial reports and tax reports will also be presented.
In terms of personnel matters, the board will act on resignations and the superintendent’s recommendations regarding employment. Future agenda items will also be discussed.
A time of open forum will be held for the public to discuss its views with the board. Speakers are allowed five minutes, and the board cannot comment on items brought up in open forum.

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