School Board meeting summary, February 21, 2017
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CalendarsThe Board approved the 2018-2019 school-year calendar as presented by John Ward, director of human resources and operations. The calendar was developed with input from teachers, parents and District administrators and was presented to the Mounds View Education Association (MVEA) leadership team for discussion through Joint Policy. The calendar contains no significant changes to traditional breaks including MEA break, Thanksgiving break, winter break and spring break. Visit the Calendars page at www.moundsviewschools.org/calendars to see the current year's calendar and the next two school year calendars.
Carole Nielsen provided revenue and expenditure reports for all funds for the second quarter ending December 31, 2016. Both revenues and expenditures are within budget for fiscal year 2016-2017 and are very comparable to this time last year. Nielsen also reported on the quarterly budget amendments and investment earnings. Budget amendments include revenue and expense updates for building generated funds. The Board approved the budget amendments as presented at the meeting. For details, please visit the budgets & finance page at www.moundsviewschools.org.
Quarterly budget report and amendments
The Board heard a report from high school activities directors Ron Broberg (Irondale) and Bob Madison (Mounds View). Their report outlined the impact of potential later high school start times on after-school activities. To see a snapshot of a typical day of after-school activities (using today’s start time vs. a later start time), click here.