8300 Annual Organizational Meeting

Adoption Date: 01/01/1952  Revised: 06/12/2014, 07/10/1962, 02/13/1975, 01/11/1979, 09/14/1995, 08/16/2001
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8300 Annual Organizational Meeting

The Board of Education shall hold the annual organization meeting on the first Tuesday in July. If the meeting cannot take place on that day by reason of a holiday, a lack of quorum or for any other reason, the Board of Education shall, by resolution, designate a date during the first 15 days in July for holding such meeting.

Items of Business

Items of annual business will include, but not limited to, the following:

1.  Administration of Oath to newly elected (or re-elected) Board members.

2.  Election of Board Officers/Administration of Oath of Office.

3.  Appointment of Officers:

  • District Clerk

  • District Treasurer and Deputy Treasurer

  • School Tax Collector

  • Claims Auditor

4.  Appointment of Special Agents, Auditors and Consultants:

  • School Physician

  • School Attorney

  • Independent (External) Auditor

  • Internal Auditor

  • Central Treasurer – Extraclassroom Activity Accounts

  • Attendance Officer

  • Records Access Officer

  • Records Appeal Officer

  • Records Management Officer

  • Asbestos (LEA) Designee

  • Purchasing Agent

  • §504/ADA Responsible Person (Disability)

  • Title IX/Title VII Complaint Officer (Sexual Harassment)

  • Title VI Complaint Officer (Racial Harassment)

  • Nondiscrimination Complaint Officer (All Other Harassment)

  • DASA Coordinators

  • Other individuals required by law or as determined by the Board of Education

5.  Designation of the official bank depository or depositories and authorized signatures.

6.  Designation of the official newspaper(s)

7.  Standing Authorization for the Superintendent to represent the Board of Education.

8.  Official Undertakings (surety bonds) for officers and employees, as required.

9.  Establishment of the Schedule of regular Board of Education Meetings.

10. Establishment of petty cash funds and designation of custodians for such funds.

11. Authorizing the person to certify payrolls.

12. Authorizing the Superintendent to make budgetary transfers.

13. Delegating to the Superintendent the power to authorize employee attendance at conferences, conventions and workshops.

14. Authorizing the Superintendent to apply for Grants in Aid (State and Federal)

15. Appointment of members to the Committee on Special Education and the Committee on Pre-School Special Education.

16. Establishment of the annual rates of compensation for per diem substitute teachers.

17. Adoption of the list of Impartial Hearing Officers as provided by the State Education Department to conduct special education impartial hearings.

18. Establishment of the mileage reimbursement rate.

19. Readoption of current Policies, Regulations and Code of Ethics.

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