In addition to some new recognitions and such, it also includes:
- requested acceptance of a grant for $110,000 for improving mental health access; it appears that this is $10,000 for professional development and $100,000 to "secure supervision" for community agencies to provide the actual mental health services, which would appear to mean that this is simply to keep the buildings open.
- requested acceptance of a state grant of $178,560 for teacher diversification, which only runs through August?, to include:
...an assessment of practices in the school district by a state designated vendor to review district policies and procedures and identify the cultural proficiency and anti-bias training neesd for district hirning managers, teachers, principals, and school committee members......which seems like a report that ought to be made public, plus support for IAs to become teachers.
- voting for the delegate and alternate for the MASC annual Delegate Assembly (in November...)
- a prior year payment of $1,069.10 to a custodian
- a prior year payment of $3,038 to a computer tech
- a prior year payment of $1,444.43 to a nurse
- Ms. McCullough, supported by Mr. Monfredo and Mr. O'Connell, suggests the hiring of a Director of Corporate and Community Relations
- Ms. Biancheria, along with Mr. Monfredo and Mr. O'Connell, requests "that the Facility Division clean areas of growth at school sites to make student pathways clear and safe."