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    LEXINGTON SCHOOL COMMITTEE MEETING
    Tuesday, September 19, 2017
     Lexington Town Office Building, Selectmen's Meeting Room
    1626 Massachusetts Avenue
     
     
     
    All agenda items and the order of items are approximate and subject to change.
     
     
     
    7:00 p.m.  Call to Order and Welcome (3 minutes):  Public Comment - Written comments to be presented to the School Committee, oral presentations not to exceed three minutes.
     
    7:05 p.m.  Superintendent Announcements:
                    
     
    7:15 p.m.  School Committee Member Announcements:
     
    7:25 p.m.  Consent Agenda
     
    7:30 p.m.  Agenda:
    1. YRBS Survey Results: Middle School and High School (20 minutes)
    2. LHS Security Upgrades (20 minutes)
    3. Dishwasher & Sink Update at Diamond, Clark and Hastings (20 minutes)
    4. Discussion and Vote to Determine if Hastings Project Should be Contingent Upon the Debt Exclusion (20 minutes)
    5. Discussion of ConCom to Plan 0 vs. Plan 1 of LCP Design (10 minutes)
    6. Update on School Start Time Survey (5 minutes)
    7. Discussion of Payroll & AP Warrant Approval Process (15 minutes)
    8. FY17 4th Quarter Report (10 minutes)
    9. Special Town Meeting Article (15 minutes)
      1. Vote Article 9 ~ Appropriate for Lexington High School Security System Design
    10. Discussion of District IMprovement Plan 2017-2018 (20 minutes)
    11. Providing School Committee Policies Online through Massachusetts Association of School Committees (5 minutes)
    12. Update on MASC Policy Feedback (15 minutes)

     

    10:25 p.m. Adjourn 

     
    Policy AD:  Mission/Vision of the Lexington Public Schools
    The Lexington Public Schools serve to inspire and empower every student to become a lifelong learner prepared to be an active and resilient citizen who will lead a healthy and productive life.  Educators, staff, parents, guardians and community members will honor diversity and work together to provide all students with an education that ensures academic excellence in a culture of caring and respectful relationships.
     
     
     

     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
Last Modified on September 15, 2017