Tonight's board agenda:


The School Board meeting will be held completely virtually, with all School Board members and staff representatives participating electronically from remote locations. The ECASD Administrative Building will be closed. Opportunities for remote public participation can be accessed through the following means:
1. Webex link to join virtually:…
and use Event Password: Board OR
2. Download the Cisco Webex Meetings app (this is the recommended format for watching) from the Google Play or Apple iOS App Store on a mobile device and login with Event Number 146 193 1851 and Password: Board OR
3. Call: 1-408-418-9388 (This is not a toll-free call – long distance charges may apply) and enter Event Access code: 146 193 1851

Those who wish to address the School Board during the regular Public Comment portion of the meeting must sign up to speak. Between 6:30 p.m. and 6:55 p.m. moderators will be available via Webex chat and via voice chat for those who call in. The moderators will assist those who wish to address the Board with the logistics of using Webex. Sign-ups for those wishing to address the Board will close at 6:55 p.m.
When you join the meeting, your camera and microphone will be automatically be turned off. The members of the meeting will not be able to see or hear you.
If you have any questions or connectivity issues, please call the Superintendent’s Office at 715-852-3002.1. OPEN SESSION - 7:00 p.m.1.1 Call to Order1.2 Compliance with Open Meeting Law Notification (s.s. 19.84(2))1.3 Roll Call - Verification of Quorum1.4 Pledge of Allegiance2. PUBLIC FORUM - 7:05 p.m.2.1 Public Forum (Each regular Board meeting agenda will provide a 30-minute time period in which citizens may address the Board to express viewpoints or concerns on agenda or non-agenda items. The 30-minute time period may be extended at the discretion of the Board President or Chair or by a Board motion. Each citizen will be allowed up to 4 minutes to address the Board providing s/he has additional/new information that has not been previously shared at the meeting. The School Board will not hear personal complaints of school personnel nor any person connected with the school system in a public forum.)3. BOARD/ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS - 7:15 p.m.3.1 Superintendent's Report3.2 Board President's Report4. OTHER REPORTS - 7:20 p.m.4.1 School Board Committee Reports4.2 Legislative Update5. CONSENT RESOLUTION AGENDA - 7:25 p.m.5.1 The Board will consider approval of the Consent Resolution Agenda Items (For the consent agenda, the Board has been furnished with background material on each item or has discussed it at a previous meeting. These will be acted upon with one vote without discussion. If a Board Member wants to discuss any item, it will be pulled out of the consent agenda and voted on separately.)5.2 Minutes of June 1, 20205.3 Minutes of Closed Session - June 11, 20205.4 Financial Report - May 20205.5 Gifts in the amount of $42,651.44 for the period of May 1, 2020 through May 31, 20205.6 Payment of all bills in the amount of $8,472,144.29 and net payroll in the amount of $5,491,152.37 for the period of May 1, 2020 through May 31, 2020.5.7 Human Resources - Employment Report6. INDIVIDUALLY CONSIDERED RESOLUTION(S) - 7:30 p.m.6.1 Budget Request - 1:1 Devices7. ADJOURN TO COMMITTEE - 8:30 p.m.7.1 Board Committee Reports (The School Board allows public comment after each Committee Report to ask questions and/or request clarification on the topic of discussion. If you have an opposing view point or wish to speak in support of an item, please sign up for the Public Forum section of the School Board meeting at the next Regular Meeting. You must sign in five minutes before the School Board meeting.)8. COMMITTEE REPORTS/ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION8.1 Demographic Trends and Facility Planning Committee Report9. REQUEST FOR FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS - 8:58 p.m.9.1 Requests for Future Agenda Items10. ADJOURN - 9:00 p.m.10.1 Adjourn the MeetingUpon request, reasonable auxillary aids and services will be provided for individuals with disabilities. If accommodations are required, please provide 24-hour notice by calling 715-852-3002.

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