Archive for Thursday, April 24, 2008

Special board meeting includes lengthy executive session

April 24, 2008

Tonganoxie School Board members met in executive session for a total of 2 ½ hours Thursday during a special meeting at Tonganoxie Middle School.

The board met for an hour before returning to regular session.

After the first closed-door session, the board moved to enter into an interlocal agreement with the City of Tonganoxie and Tonganoxie Recreation Commission, with the stipulation that the school board not be responsible for any attorney fees.

The board went back into executive session to discuss personnel for what would be another 1 ½ hours.

When members returned from executive session, they moved to approve a contract extension for Tonganoxie High School instructor Ken Lott for the 2008-09 school year.

For much of the executive session, Kansas Association of School Board officials Bill Majors and Max Heim met with the school board. Superintendent Richard Erickson met with the board for the entire 2 ½ hours.

Thursday's agenda also included discussion and action on board policy, as well as classified employee work agreements for 2008-09.

However, the board moved to table those items until the next board meeting, which will be another special meeting.

It is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Monday, May 5.


justwanttoknow 9 years, 11 months ago

Why was the technology audit able to be reviewed before the public and the central office audit had to be discussed behind closed doors? What does the central office have to hide? Isn't tax paying money paying for these audits - I mean, now the district should have plenty of tax payers money, with the "tax mistake" and all! The public as a right to know the results of the central office audit - the public paid for it!


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