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Mayville Board of Education

Members

 2014 Mayville Community School Board of Education

Cindy Coxe, Trustee
Term expires 2016
Ron Johnson, President Term expires 2014
Michelle Daniels, Trustee Term expires 2014
Frank Franzel, Treasurer Term expires 2014
Tom Sansote, Trustee
Term expires 2016
Nick Buggia, Secretary Term expires 2016
Dr. Richard Horsch, Vice-President Term expires 2014
   

Mayville Board of Education

Members

 2014 Mayville Community School Board of Education

Cindy Coxe, Trustee
Term expires 2016
Ron Johnson, President Term expires 2014
Michelle Daniels, Trustee Term expires 2014
Frank Franzel, Treasurer Term expires 2014
Tom Sansote, Trustee
Term expires 2016
Nick Buggia, Secretary Term expires 2016
Dr. Richard Horsch, Vice-President Term expires 2014
   


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Left to Right: Frank Franzel, Dr. Richard Horsch, Michelle Daniels, Tom Sansote, Roxann Hiiter, Nick Buggia,

Not Pictured: Ron Johnson

Left to Right: Frank Franzel, Dr. Richard Horsch, Michelle Daniels, Tom Sansote, Roxann Hiiter, Nick Buggia,

Not Pictured: Ron Johnson

 
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Mayville Board of Education

Scheduled Meetings

 July 10, 2012 Organizational Meeting February 12, 2013 Regular Meeting
 August 14, 2012 Regular Meeting March 12, 2013 Regular Meeting
 September 11, 2012 Regular Meeting April 9, 2013 Regular Meeting
 October 9, 2012 Regular Meeting May 14, 2013 Regular Meeting
 November 13, 2012 Regular Meeting June 11, 2013 Regular Meeting
 December 11, 2012 Regular Meeting  
 January 8, 2013 Regular Meeting**  

Board meetings begin at 6:30 P.M. and are held in the High School Technology Lab. September through May we will begin with recognitions at 6:30 PM and the business meeting will begin immediately following.

**The Regular Meeting for January has been changed from Tuesday, January 8, 2013 to Thursday, January 10, 2013.**


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The Board of Education is a seven-member legislative body elected by residents of the school district.  The board includes a president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer and three trustees.  These positions are elected annually by board members at the first (organizational) meeting in July.  The school board is responsible for local school matters established by the State Legislature and the State Board of Education.  The school board determines general policies for the management, care, and control of the district’s schools and programs.  The school board delegates authority to the superintendent and administrative staff to operate the schools according to these policies.

   Mayville Board of Education Meeting Procedures 

1.                  All agendas of the Board of Education include an item identified as “Public Comment Period” which takes place in the early part of the evening.

2.                  If you desire to address the Board, please sign the “Public Comment Period” sheet indicating your topic.   Please refer to the "Public Comment Form" link below.

3.                  Each person wishing to address the Board of Education must identify himself or herself by name and address.  If the person is representing an organization or group, the person should indicate whether the comments or presentation represents the official view of the organization or group.

4.                  The chairperson may limit the discussion pending on the number of persons wishing to address the Board on a given topic or on a given night.  Generally, an individual’s time is limited to five minutes, but may be modified by the chairperson.

5.                  If a delegation is present to address the Board, the delegation may select up to five spoke-persons to speak on its behalf, for a total of not more than 15 minutes or 3 minutes per person.

6.                  All written statements should be given to the Secretary of the Board of Education, so that copies may be made available to members of the Board.  All written statements and documents presented by an individual or group to the Board of Education during the meeting are considered public documents.

7.                  Individuals addressing the Board should take into consideration the rules of common courtesy.  The public comment portion of the meeting cannot be used to make personal attacks against a school board member or school district employee, which are totally unrelated to the manner in which the member or employee performs his or her duties.  If the comments constitute a complaint against an employee, the employee must be notified in advance and has the right to request a closed meeting.

8.                  Board of Education members may question speakers, but are not obligated to answer questions or make statements or commitments in response to issues raised by the public.  In general, such issues will be referred to the Superintendent for investigation, study and recommendation or designated as future agenda items for Board of Education consideration.

9.                  The Board of Education reserves the right to establish additional rules or procedures that it deems appropriate to a particular item on the agenda, or for a particular Board meeting, but such rules or procedures will be announced at the opening of a board meeting or prior to the discussion of a specific agenda item. 

The Board of Education is a seven-member legislative body elected by residents of the school district.  The board includes a president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer and three trustees.  These positions are elected annually by board members at the first (organizational) meeting in July.  The school board is responsible for local school matters established by the State Legislature and the State Board of Education.  The school board determines general policies for the management, care, and control of the district’s schools and programs.  The school board delegates authority to the superintendent and administrative staff to operate the schools according to these policies.

   Mayville Board of Education Meeting Procedures 

1.                  All agendas of the Board of Education include an item identified as “Public Comment Period” which takes place in the early part of the evening.

2.                  If you desire to address the Board, please sign the “Public Comment Period” sheet indicating your topic.   Please refer to the "Public Comment Form" link below.

3.                  Each person wishing to address the Board of Education must identify himself or herself by name and address.  If the person is representing an organization or group, the person should indicate whether the comments or presentation represents the official view of the organization or group.

4.                  The chairperson may limit the discussion pending on the number of persons wishing to address the Board on a given topic or on a given night.  Generally, an individual’s time is limited to five minutes, but may be modified by the chairperson.

5.                  If a delegation is present to address the Board, the delegation may select up to five spoke-persons to speak on its behalf, for a total of not more than 15 minutes or 3 minutes per person.

6.                  All written statements should be given to the Secretary of the Board of Education, so that copies may be made available to members of the Board.  All written statements and documents presented by an individual or group to the Board of Education during the meeting are considered public documents.

7.                  Individuals addressing the Board should take into consideration the rules of common courtesy.  The public comment portion of the meeting cannot be used to make personal attacks against a school board member or school district employee, which are totally unrelated to the manner in which the member or employee performs his or her duties.  If the comments constitute a complaint against an employee, the employee must be notified in advance and has the right to request a closed meeting.

8.                  Board of Education members may question speakers, but are not obligated to answer questions or make statements or commitments in response to issues raised by the public.  In general, such issues will be referred to the Superintendent for investigation, study and recommendation or designated as future agenda items for Board of Education consideration.

9.                  The Board of Education reserves the right to establish additional rules or procedures that it deems appropriate to a particular item on the agenda, or for a particular Board meeting, but such rules or procedures will be announced at the opening of a board meeting or prior to the discussion of a specific agenda item. 


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Goals

  
  1. On a regular basis, the District will analyze and implement the necessary changes to the curriculum. This curriculum will prepare our students for successful college and/or employment opportunities, including encouraging all students to enroll in at least one vocational course, or dual enrollment, and increase the emphasis on basic math, reading and science at ALL grade levels.
  2. The District will make every effort to maintain fund equity.
  3. The District will prepare each student to be capable of making educated choices, as well as promote a safe and orderly school and to be recognized as a Bully Free school.
  4. Develop, maintain, and implement an ongoing facilities plan.
  5. The District will promote School to Community and Community to School communications.
  6. The District will continue to enhance the Wellness Plan for the health and welfare of all students.
  7. Maintaining a learning environment that will attain optimum attendance and graduation rates.
  8. Maintain a strong staff development program and improve the evaluation process.
  9. The district will review disciplinary policies and procedures and implement the recommendations resulting from the review by September 8, 2011, and continue to monitor the effectiveness of the enforecement.
  10. Promote Mayville to be the School of Choice.
  11. Develop a program for the recognition of all students for their individual achievements.
  12. Develop an effective program for researching and applying for beneficial grants.
  

Goals

  
  1. On a regular basis, the District will analyze and implement the necessary changes to the curriculum. This curriculum will prepare our students for successful college and/or employment opportunities, including encouraging all students to enroll in at least one vocational course, or dual enrollment, and increase the emphasis on basic math, reading and science at ALL grade levels.
  2. The District will make every effort to maintain fund equity.
  3. The District will prepare each student to be capable of making educated choices, as well as promote a safe and orderly school and to be recognized as a Bully Free school.
  4. Develop, maintain, and implement an ongoing facilities plan.
  5. The District will promote School to Community and Community to School communications.
  6. The District will continue to enhance the Wellness Plan for the health and welfare of all students.
  7. Maintaining a learning environment that will attain optimum attendance and graduation rates.
  8. Maintain a strong staff development program and improve the evaluation process.
  9. The district will review disciplinary policies and procedures and implement the recommendations resulting from the review by September 8, 2011, and continue to monitor the effectiveness of the enforecement.
  10. Promote Mayville to be the School of Choice.
  11. Develop a program for the recognition of all students for their individual achievements.
  12. Develop an effective program for researching and applying for beneficial grants.
  


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Official signed copies of the minutes of the Mayville Community Schools Board of Education meetings are available for review at the Central Office.  Copies of signed minutes may be requested through a FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) request.


Meeting minutes posted on this webpage are "unofficial" until approved at the following meeting.

Official signed copies of the minutes of the Mayville Community Schools Board of Education meetings are available for review at the Central Office.  Copies of signed minutes may be requested through a FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) request.


Meeting minutes posted on this webpage are "unofficial" until approved at the following meeting.


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