Q: If the superintendent transfers or changes a staff member to a new position, such as from Principal to Assistant Superintendent, Assistant Principal to Principal, […]Continue reading »
A consent agenda allows the board to approve items which do not need any discussion or debate. Because items cannot be discussed or debated, typically these […]Continue reading »
Ask AASB: What is the difference between Tabling, Postponing, Reconsidering and Rescinding a motion?
Table is for temporary delay (same meeting) If the tabled item is not brought back before the close of the following meeting, technically it dies. Postpone is for delaying […]Continue reading »
ASK AASB: Do budget items that exceed the district policy limit require additional board approval to purchase?
Q: Does the purchasing limit referenced in our board policy refer to ANY purchasing, or would items included in the annual budget process be exempt […]Continue reading »
ASK AASB: If our Board has the capability for online remote voting, and the voting results are displayed for the board and the public on the screen (and captured in the recording), is there a need for roll call voting to be done?
Although it specifies teleconferences, we recommend taking a conservative stance and including digital meetings within this context. Better safe than sorry. It is possible for […]Continue reading »
ASK AASB: When AASB produces updates on board policy, who adds these to our board policy, which is online?
Once per year, AASB generates board policy updates. We send out a notice that the updates are available to all board presidents, superintendents, and executive […]Continue reading »