Board of Directors Meeting

10 January 2019, 5:30PM – 1160 N 645 West, Washington, Utah

Agenda ItemPresenterQuestions to answerTime
Workshop StartChair 5:30
Review/Revise PoliciesChairWhat changes were made to the Parent Involvement section of the charter? Does it meet all the criteria sent to us by the state.
Strategy DiscussionChair
Workshop End6:25
Board Meeting Call to OrderChair

 

6:30
Read Vision and Mission StatementChair  
Approve Minutes from Previous MeetingSecretary  
Public CommentChairNote: The Board will not formally discuss or act on an item introduced during this portion of the agenda pursuant to Utah code 52-4-202(6)(b).6:35
Director’s Report

 

Short Celebration
• Attendance
• Academic Progress Report

How is the new Curriculum coordinator position?
Director6:45
Board Governance

Policy Review

• Stakeholder Survey Review
Chair • Parent Involvement Policy
• What was the outcome of the Stakeholder survey?
7:15
Finance Report
• Monthly Finance Statement
Business ManagerHow do actual expenses compare to the school’s budget?
Reserved for Closed SessionChair• As needed under Utah Code 52-4-205(1)
• Director mid-year evaluation
• Business Administrator mid-year evaluation
• Staffing
 
Next meeting DateThursday, February 21st
Dixie Montessori Academy 6:30 -7:30
AdjournChairWhat did you like about this meeting, what did you dislike, what needs to be changed for the next meeting?7:30

Vision

At DMA, our vision is to awaken within each child their unique potential that will enable them to make a valuable contribution to society.

Mission

The mission of Dixie Montessori Academy (DMA) is to provide a child-centered, individualized education founded upon the philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori. DMA will foster a structured environment of freedom and discovery in which each child can reach his or her full academic, social, and personal potential. Graduates of DMA will demonstrate creative thinking, self-discipline, respect, and cooperation, and will build a solid foundation for future success.

Board of Directors Meeting November 8, 2018

8 November 2018, 5:30PM – 1160 N 645 West, Washington, Utah

Agenda ItemPresenterQuestions to answerTime
Workshop StartChair 5:30
Review/Revise PoliciesChairPolicy 1- Parent Involvement
(Needs Revision)
Strategy DiscussionChairWhat questions would we like to see on the Midyear stakeholder survey?
Workshop End6:25
Board Meeting Call to OrderChair

 

6:30
Read Vision and Mission StatementChair  
Approve Minutes from Previous MeetingSecretary  
Public CommentChairNote: The Board will not formally discuss or act on an item introduced during this portion of the agenda pursuant to Utah code 52-4-202(6)(b).6:35
Director’s Report

 

Short Celebration
• Attendance, 2019-2020 projected numbers
• Annual Desktop Monitoring system- Title 1
Early Literacy Plan goals
DirectorWhat changes were made to the early literacy plan?6:45
Board Governance

 

• Policy Review
• Committee Recommendation
• Review 2019-2020 School Calendar
ChairAre the following policies clear and do they align with the DMA’s Mission and Vision?
• Parent Involvement
Should we create a Policy Committee? Who will chair this Committee and what is the committee’s responsibility?
7:15
Finance Report
• Monthly Finance Statement
• Letter of Authorization
• Audit Report/Findings
Business ManagerHow do actual expenses compare to the school’s budget?
Reserved for Closed SessionChairAs needed under Utah Code 52-4-205(1) 
AdjournChairWhat did you like about this meeting, what did you dislike, what needs to be changed for the next meeting?7:30

Vision

At DMA, our vision is to awaken within each child their unique potential that will enable them to make a valuable contribution to society.

Mission

The mission of Dixie Montessori Academy (DMA) is to provide a child-centered, individualized grade K-7 education founded upon the philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori. DMA will foster a structured environment of freedom and discovery in which each child can reach his or her full academic, social, and personal potential. Graduates of DMA will demonstrate creative thinking, self-discipline, respect, and cooperation, and will build a solid foundation for future success.

Parental Involvement

Opportunities

Part of the vision of Dixie Montessori Academy is a belief in the active involvement of parents in the ultimate success of their student at DMA. Many opportunities for parental involvement will be created. DMA strongly encourages volunteer parental involvement to assist in the daily operation of the academy. All volunteerism is strictly optional, but is highly encouraged for the benefit of students and the school as a whole.

At the end of the academic year, DMA will send out a survey to all school families asking for suggestions and input concerning items such as classroom management, extracurricular activities, elective courses, and volunteer opportunities for consideration of the Director. This allows for parents/guardians to influence school programs.

DMA will advertise the monthly Board meeting place and time to parents and the public. Parents will have the opportunity to attend the meeting and make public comment if they desire by completing a request to be added to the meeting agenda in advance of the meeting.

Notification

To make sure all parents receive notice of board meetings and volunteer opportunities DMA will place a message board at the pick-up / drop-off areas of the school. Additionally, an email will be sent to all parents who have an email address on file at the school. Notice will be made on the school website as well.

Parent Teacher Volunteer Organization (PTVO)

A Parent Teacher Volunteer Organization (PTVO) will be formed, which is DMA’s equivalent of a PTA or PTO. The parent volunteer group is not a committee of the governing board. The PTVO is meant to provide stakeholders of DMA students the opportunity to participate in school decision-making and coordination of volunteer efforts, working with the Director or person the director assigns

Accountability Group (AG)

The Board will create a committee called the Accountability Group (AG). The group is essential to the effective operation, management and control of the school. The Accountability Group is a committee that reports to the governing board. The AG’s primary function is to advise the governing board and to submit recommendations regarding school program effectiveness, parent satisfaction and school safety. The governing board may expand the goals of the Accountability Group.

The group should include the school director, no more than 2 governing board members, parents, teachers, community members and members from the Parent Teacher Volunteer Organization (PTVO).

When evaluating student achievement, the accountability group may gather student performance data from a variety of sources including performance on standardized tests, as well as regular classroom assessments and student portfolios. Student grade promotion, graduation rates, and matriculation rates provide information on student preparedness. The accountability group should also ascertain whether the school is providing extra intervention to struggling students and challenging material for advanced students.

The group will also report on the effectiveness of the strategic plan goals to assist the governing board in its determination of achieving the schools vision and mission.

The group will also design surveys that are designed to measure academic progress, school safety, parent satisfaction and other criteria as the board may need. The governing board will approve all surveys and forms.

As a committee of the governing board, the accountability group provides summary data reports, school survey progress and summary reports, and goal progress reports directly to the governing board.

The school staff regularly distributes and manipulates data internally. Comprehensive reports are submitted to the accountability group for evaluation. The accountability group then submits summary reports to the governing board. In addition to student achievement data, accreditation data, and school survey results, the accountability group may also report on data reflecting the school’s values, data required in the charter application, or data required in the Charter Agreement. From time to time, the Director may request specific data targets from the accountability group to facilitate school improvement. In addition, the governing board may request data specifically needed for financial decision making, such as needs assessment or resource allocation data.

The reporting structures for the accountability group should be established by the board and put into writing. The accountability group should be meeting regularly on its own and reporting at least quarterly to the governing board. The accountability group should provide summarized data reports, school survey progress and summary reports, as well as any written recommendations to the governing board. The governing will formally report to the authorizer on an annual basis through state required reports and school-specific reports as indicated in the Charter Agreement. The governing board may request that the accountability group provide a year-end summary report to parents, investors, and other stakeholders in the community. In addition, the accountability group should keep minutes for all meetings and make those available to the governing board or other stakeholders.

The accountability group will regularly monitor data and progress toward goal accomplishment, the accountability group may also provide written recommendations to the governing board. These recommendations may include goals or targets for school improvement, areas where the school may benefit from a formal needs assessment process, or recommendations for the allocation of resources. The accountability group may make recommendations requesting certain resource acquisition or re-allocation in the school building in order to accomplish school goals.

Visitors

Office staff will be able to monitor all incoming and outgoing visitors.  All visitors will wear a prominent visitor’s badge.

Board of Directors Meeting November 8, 2018

8 November 2018, 5:30PM – 1160 N 645 West, Washington, Utah

Agenda Item Presenter Questions to answer Time
Training Shannon Greer and Joylin Lincoln Marketing your Charter School-What do you want the public to know about you? 5:30
Board Meeting Call to Order Chair

6:30
Read Vision and Mission Statement Chair
Approve Minutes from Previous Meeting Secretary
Public Comment Chair Note: The Board will not formally discuss or act on an item introduced during this portion of the agenda pursuant to Utah code 52-4-202(6)(b). 6:35
Director’s Report

  • Short Celebration
  • Attendance
  • Annual Desktop Monitoring system- Title 1
  • Early Literacy Plan goals
Director What changes were made to the early literacy plan? 6:45
Board Governance

  • Committee Recommendation
Chair Should we create a Policy Committee?  Who will chair this Committee and what is the committee’s responsibility? 7:15
Reserved for Closed Session Chair As needed under Utah Code 52-4-205(1)
Adjourn Chair What did you like about this meeting, what did you dislike, what needs to be changed for the next meeting? 7:30

Vision

At DMA, our vision is to awaken within each child their unique potential that will enable them to make a valuable contribution to society.

Mission

The mission of Dixie Montessori Academy (DMA) is to provide a child-centered, individualized grade K-7 education founded upon the philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori. DMA will foster a structured environment of freedom and discovery in which each child can reach his or her full academic, social, and personal potential. Graduates of DMA will demonstrate creative thinking, self-discipline, respect, and cooperation, and will build a solid foundation for future success.

Board of Directors Phone Meeting October 23, 2018

23 October 2018, 5:30PM – 1160 N 645 West, Washington, Utah

 

Agenda Item Presenter Questions to answer Time
Board Meeting Call to Order Chair

8:00
Approve Early Literacy Plan
Adjourn Chair What did you like about this meeting, what did you dislike, what needs to be changed for the next meeting? 7:30

Vision

At DMA, our vision is to awaken within each child their unique potential that will enable them to make a valuable contribution to society.

Mission

The mission of Dixie Montessori Academy (DMA) is to provide a child-centered, individualized grade K-7 education founded upon the philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori. DMA will foster a structured environment of freedom and discovery in which each child can reach his or her full academic, social, and personal potential. Graduates of DMA will demonstrate creative thinking, self-discipline, respect, and cooperation, and will build a solid foundation for future success.

Board of Directors Meeting October 18, 2018

18 October 2018, 5:30PM – 1160 N 645 West, Washington, Utah

 

 

Agenda Item Presenter Questions to answer Time
Workshop Start Chair 5:30
Review/Revise Policies Chair
  • Board Job Descriptions
  • Search of Person or Property Policy
Strategy Discussion Chair Revisit Chair Position as Discussed in July board restructure
Workshop End 6:25
Board Meeting Call to Order Chair

6:30
Read Vision and Mission Statement Chair
Approve Minutes from Previous Meeting Secretary
Public Comment Chair Note: The Board will not formally discuss or act on an item introduced during this portion of the agenda pursuant to Utah code 52-4-202(6)(b). 6:35
Director’s Report

  • Short Celebration
  • Membership Audit
  • Attendance
  • Assessment Report
Director
Finance Report

  • Monthly Finance Statement
Business Manager How do actual expenses compare to the school’s budget? 6:55
Board Governance

  • Policy Review
  • Governance Training
Chair Are the following policies clear and do they align with the DMA’s Mission and Vision?

  • Board Job Descriptions
  • Search of Person or Property Policy
7:15
Closed Session Chair As needed under Utah Code 52-4-205(1)

  • Specific Student behavior and recent disciplinary actions
Next Month’s Meeting Chair Our next board meeting will be held Thursday November 8th, 2018
Adjourn Chair What did you like about this meeting, what did you dislike, what needs to be changed for the next meeting? 7:30

Vision

At DMA, our vision is to awaken within each child their unique potential that will enable them to make a valuable contribution to society.

Mission

The mission of Dixie Montessori Academy (DMA) is to provide a child-centered, individualized grade K-7 education founded upon the philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori. DMA will foster a structured environment of freedom and discovery in which each child can reach his or her full academic, social, and personal potential. Graduates of DMA will demonstrate creative thinking, self-discipline, respect, and cooperation, and will build a solid foundation for future success.

Policy 1

Board Job Descriptions

Board Approved 14 Dec 2016

Specific job outputs of the Board as an informed agent of the ownership are only those that ensure appropriate organizational performance.

  1. Provide written governing policies that realistically address the broadest levels of all school decisions and situations.
  1. Mission: The organizational impacts, benefits, outcomes, recipients, beneficiaries, impacted groups; and their relative worth in cost or priority.
  2. Governance Process: Specification of how the Board conceives, carries out, and monitors its own policies.
  3. Board-Management Delegation: How power is delegated and its proper use monitored; the Director’s role, authority, and accountability.
  1. To accomplish its job output with a governance style consistent with Board policies, the Board will follow an annual agenda that:
  • . Evaluates and measures how well DMAs Mission is being accomplished.
  1. Evaluates and measures DMAs performance against the guidelines established by the Utah State Charter School Board.
  2. Continually improves Board performance through Board education and enriched input and deliberation.
  1. To accomplish its job outputs with a governance style consistent with Board policies, the Board will follow a Board Meeting agenda.
  • . Anyone may recommend or request an item for Board discussion by submitting the item to the Chair no later than 5 calendar days prior to the Board meeting.
  1. Review DMA’s Vision and Mission statement.
  2. Examine Board policies.
  3. Examine and monitor Board performance.
  4. Contain time for Board trainings.
  5. Attend to agenda items as expeditiously as possible.
  6. Director status report.
  7. Plan for direct inspection monitoring or arrangements for third party monitoring when necessary.
  8. Provide opportunity for public input
  9. Provide public notice of meetings consistent with the requirements of The Open Meetings Act

Board Chair’s Role

The Board Chair, a specifically empowered member of the Board, ensures the integrity of the Board’s policies, and secondarily, occasionally represents the Board to outside parties.

  1. The assigned result of the Chair’s job is that the Board behaves consistently with its own rules and those legitimately imposed upon it from outside the organization.
  1. Meeting discussion content will consist solely of issues that clearly belong to the Board to decide or to monitor according to Board policy.
  2. Information that is neither for monitoring performance nor for Board decisions will be avoided or minimized and always noted as such.
  3. Deliberation will be fair, open, and thorough but also timely, orderly, and kept to the point.
  1. The authority of the Chair consists in making decisions that fall within topics covered by Board policies on governance processes and Board-Management Delegation, with the exception of employment or termination of the Director and areas where the Board specifically delegates portions of this authority to others.  The chair is authorized to use any reasonable interpretation of the provisions in these policies.
  • . The Chair is empowered to chair Board meetings with all the commonly accepted powers of that position, such as ruling and recognizing.
  1. The Chair has no authority to make decisions about policies created by the Board within Ends and Executive Limitations policy areas.  Therefore, the Chair has no authority to supervise or direct the Director.
  2. The Chair may represent the Board to outside parties in announcing Board-stated positions and in stating Chair decisions and interpretations within the area delegated to that role.
  3. The Chair may delegate this authority but remains accountable for its use.
  1. Nomination and ratification of the Chair will be done yearly.

Board Secretary’s Role

The Board secretary is an officer of the Board whose purpose is to ensure the integrity of the Board’s documents with the exception of areas where the Board specifically delegates portions of this authority to others.

  1. The assigned result of the secretary’s job is to see to it that all Board documents and filings are accurate and timely.
  1. Policies will be current in their reflection of Board decisions.
  2. Policies will rigorously follow Policy Governance principles.
  3. Bylaw elements necessary for legal compliance and for consistency with the principles of Policy Governance will be known to the Board.
  4. Requirements for format, brevity, and accuracy of Board minutes will be known to the secretary.
  1. The authority of the secretary is access to and control over Board documents.
  2. The secretary may delegate its authority but remains accountable for its use.
  3. Nomination and ratification of the secretary will be done yearly.

 

 

Policy 2

Search Of Person Or Property Policy

Board Approved: 28 May 2015

 

Given the school’s custodial and tutelary responsibility for children, and the school’s commitment to preserve a safe environment for all students and staff, Dixie Montessori Academy school officials have the authority to conduct reasonable searches of students and student property.

Board of Directors Meeting September 13, 2018

13 September 2018, 5:30PM – 1160 N 645 West, Washington, Utah

 

Agenda Item Presenter Questions to answer Time
Workshop Start Chair 5:30
Review/Revise Policies Chair
  • Annual Board Calendar Policy
  • Emergency Director Succession
Strategy Discussion Chair Meeting/Board Calendar Restructure
Workshop End 6:25
Board Meeting Call to Order Chair

6:30
Read Vision and Mission Statement Chair
Approve Minutes from Previous Meeting Secretary
Public Comment Chair 6:35
Director’s Report

  • Short Celebration
  • Attendance and Enrollment
  • Preliminary Sage Results
  • Turnaround Report
Director
Finance Report

  • Monthly Finance Statement
Business Manager How do actual expenses compare to the school’s budget?
How is the audit going?
6:55
Enrollment Admissions What is our current enrollment? 7:10
Board Governance

  • Policy Review
  • Governance Training
Chair Are the following policies clear and do they align with the DMA’s Mission and Vision?

  • Annual Board Calendar Policy
  • Emergency Director Succession
7:15
Reserved for Closed Session Chair As needed
Adjourn Chair What did you like about this meeting, what did you dislike, what needs to be changed for the next meeting? 7:30

Vision

At DMA, our vision is to awaken within each child their unique potential that will enable them to make a valuable contribution to society.

Mission

The mission of Dixie Montessori Academy (DMA) is to provide a child-centered, individualized grade K-7 education founded upon the philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori. DMA will foster a structured environment of freedom and discovery in which each child can reach his or her full academic, social, and personal potential. Graduates of DMA will demonstrate creative thinking, self-discipline, respect, and cooperation, and will build a solid foundation for future success.

 

Board of Directors Meeting August 8, 2018

8 August 2018, 5:30PM – 1160 N 645 West, Washington, Utah

 

 

Agenda Item Presenter Questions to answer Time
Workshop Start Chair 5:30
Open and public meeting act review Chair Discuss summary on Pg. 2
Strategy Discussion Chair
Workshop End 6:25
Board Meeting Call to Order Chair

6:30
Read Vision and Mission Statement Chair
Approve Minutes from Previous Meeting Secretary
Public Comment Chair 6:35
Director’s Report

  • Short Celebration
  • How have your first few weeks been?
Director
Finance Report

  • Monthly Finance Statement
Business Manager How do actual expenses compare to the school’s budget? 6:55
Enrollment Admissions What is our current enrollment? 7:10
Board Governance

  • Do we want to open more dates for board member hiring or PTVO board member election?
  • What committees do we feel will benefit the school at this time?
  • Does the board feel it would benefit from additional reports monthly?
Chair
  • Pros and cons of opening hiring at this point. Would the PTVO be willing and have participants in a parent driven election? (Board member serving a 1 year term)
  • Review Committees and create new committees if deemed necessary.
  • We have added two new positions this year, Curriculum coordinator and Sped. Director.
7:15
Reserved for Closed Session Chair As needed
Adjourn Chair What did you like about this meeting, what did you dislike, what needs to be changed for the next meeting? 7:30

Vision

At DMA, our vision is to awaken within each child their unique potential that will enable them to make a valuable contribution to society.

Mission

The mission of Dixie Montessori Academy (DMA) is to provide a child-centered, individualized grade K-7 education founded upon the philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori. DMA will foster a structured environment of freedom and discovery in which each child can reach his or her full academic, social, and personal potential. Graduates of DMA will demonstrate creative thinking, self-discipline, respect, and cooperation, and will build a solid foundation for future success.

 

Open and Public Meetings Act- Quick Summary

Utah Code Title 52, Chapter 4    (Source: https://goo.gl/Ror241 )

Open Government:

  • Government exists to aid in the conduct of the people’s business
  • Government must take actions openly
  • Government must deliberate openly

Public Body:

  • Convening of a public body with a quorum present for matters under the body’s jurisdiction or advisory powers
  • All meetings are open to the public unless closed in accordance with the act
  • Electronic information presented by an individual on an item on an agenda shall be provided to become part of the public record (S.B. 169)

Public Notice of Meetings:

  • Not less than a 24-hour public notice is required (agenda, date, time, and place)
  • Post the notice:
  • with the principal office of the public body
  • on the Utah Public Notice website
  • Agenda must include topics with reasonable specificity to notify the public,
  • No final action can be taken on a topic not listed on the posted agenda

Meeting Minutes:

  • Written minutes and an audio recording must be kept of all open meetings
  • Written minutes must include: date, time, and place; members present and absent; record

of votes; names of people providing comments and a short summary of comments; and

other information regarding what occurred, as requested by a member

  • Minutes must be approved by the public body, and pending minutes must be available

within 30 days of the meeting (if it is a state public body)

  • Recording must be complete, unedited, and properly labeled and available to the public

within three days of the meeting

Emergency Meetings:

  • The 24-hour notice may be disregarded for an emergency meeting
  • Must give the best notice practicable, including time, place, and topics to be considered
  • Must attempt to notify all members
  • Majority of members must approve holding the emergency meeting

Closed Meetings:

  • May only be held for certain specified items and, in most cases, requires a 2/3 vote to close
  • A quorum must be present to hold a closed meeting
  • Permitted closed meeting topics include:
  • discussion of character, professional competence, or health of an individual;
  • strategy sessions for collective bargaining, litigation, water rights, or sale of real property;
  • security and criminal misconduct;
  • certain ethics complaints;
  • trade secrets (S.B. 179);
  • and certain procurement information (S.B. 179)
  • A recording must be kept of a closed meeting with some exceptions

Electronic Meetings:

  • A meeting convened through electronic media may only be held if the public body has

adopted a rule or ordinance governing the use of electronic meetings

  • The chair must then determine if sufficient equipment and connections are available to

allow remote participation

 

Board of Directors Meeting July 11, 2018

11 July 2018, 5:30PM – 1160 N 645 West, Washington, Utah

 

Agenda Item Presenter Questions to answer Time
Workshop Start Chair 5:30
Board Members Role Shannon Greer GWA What is our role as a board member?

Questions from Board or staff?

Workshop End 6:25
Board Meeting Call to Order Chair

6:30
Read Vision and Mission Statement Chair
Approve Minutes from Previous Meeting Secretary
Public Comment Chair 6:35
Short Celebration Chair We have hired a new director Mrs. Julie Atwood
Turnaround Committee Accountability Chair What were the findings from the state turnaround group?

Will we need to restructure to accommodate board member and parent roles?

Finance Report

  • Monthly Finance Statement
Business Manager How is the audit going? 7:10
Enrollment Admissions What is our current enrollment for 2018-2019 school year? 7:15
Board Governance Chair Have all new Board Members have completed GBOT (state online training), gotten fingerprints, and signed code of conduct?

Are there any committees that need a new chair?

Reserved for Closed Session Chair As needed under Utah Code 52-4-205(1)

  • Discuss Mrs. Ashcraft’s contract
Adjourn Chair 7:30

Vision

At DMA, our vision is to awaken within each child their unique potential that will enable them to make a valuable contribution to society.

Mission

The mission of Dixie Montessori Academy (DMA) is to provide a child-centered, individualized grade K-7 education founded upon the philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori. DMA will foster a structured environment of freedom and discovery in which each child can reach his or her full academic, social, and personal potential. Graduates of DMA will demonstrate creative thinking, self-discipline, respect, and cooperation, and will build a solid foundation for future success.

 

Board of Directors Meeting June 27, 2018

27 June 2018, 5:30PM – 1160 N 645 West, Washington, Utah

 

Agenda Item Presenter Questions to answer Time
Board Meeting Call to Order Chair

5:30
Read Vision and Mission Statement Chair
Reserved for Closed Session Chair As needed under Utah Code 52-4-205(1)

Interview applicants for Director

Adjourn Chair 7:30

Vision

At DMA, our vision is to awaken within each child their unique potential that will enable them to make a valuable contribution to society.

Mission

The mission of Dixie Montessori Academy (DMA) is to provide a child-centered, individualized grade K-7 education founded upon the philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori. DMA will foster a structured environment of freedom and discovery in which each child can reach his or her full academic, social, and personal potential. Graduates of DMA will demonstrate creative thinking, self-discipline, respect, and cooperation, and will build a solid foundation for future success.

 

Board of Directors Meeting (Phone) June 1, 2018

1 June 2018, 6:30PM – 1160 N 645 West, Washington, Utah

Phone: 1-712-770-8002
Access Code: 553910

 

Board Meeting Call to Order Chair 6:00
Approve 2018-2019 School Land Trust Plan Mrs. Ashcraft
Discuss and approve summer Montessori Training for new Teachers Chair
Approve 2018-2019 School Land Trust Plan Chair What did you like about this meeting, what did you dislike, what needs to be changed for the next meeting? 6:15