Hastings Middle School

Here is what is on the agenda for the Hastings School Board’s regular meeting on March 1 at 6 p.m. in the Hastings Middle School. 

After the approval of minutes from three previous meetings, the board will be acknowledging its “Employees of the Semester.” A summary of the listening session, which is an open forum available to residents in the district and held prior to meetings, will be given.

Updates on the Building Construction Fund Project and the communications timeline for referendum work will be provided. The policy committee will share their report on their Jan. 31 meeting. Additionally, the school board will undergo a second reading of the school district’s curriculum and instruction goals.

Action items on the consent agenda include change orders related to construction and maintenance projects, bills payable and a recent district personnel report. It has been recommended that the board approve the 2022-2023 Non-Public Transportation Reimbursement rate of $250 per student for families whose children attend non-public schools outside of ISD 200. 

There are several items listed for individual action on the agenda. 

The first of these items is a master contract for principals working in the district. Policy 208 Development, Adoption and Implementation will also be voted on by the board. The school year calendars for 2023-2024 and 2024-2025 are up for approval.

Finally, the board will vote to finalize the funding and plan for a monument sign project. The project seeks to add or replace existing signage at several Hastings schools with a monument sign specifically tailored to each respective facility.

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