The School Board will be meeting on Wednesday, October 3. The agenda is posted online and is full of pretty normal stuff.
The Board will vote on three action items: to update a fairly non-controversial policy about fair use and copyright, the change order for Fairmount Park, and the approval of the revised Creative Approach School MOU. Yes, this is the same Creative Approach School MOU that we were told could not possibly be revised this quickly and easily when the need for the revision was first raised. Funny, huh?
The introduction items are equally routine: a policy revision for actually tracking the District's assets, a contract for the new enterprise software for student information and gradebook, an administrative requirement for the E & O levy, a conditional certificate for one Teach for America corps member (only the second one this year), and final acceptance on three capital projects: Hawthorne's new roof, Rainier Beach's athletic fields, and the whole Denny/Sealth construction project.
That's it. There shouldn't be much to discuss - not that the Board President allows discussion anyway - and they should be out of there pretty quickly. Let's see if twenty members of the public can get down there to speak by 5:00 or if they close public testimony well before 6:00.