REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETING School District of Maple District Conference Room at Northwestern High School Room 2270 (Entrance E) Monday, February 14, 2022 – 5:00 p.m. This meeting is a meeting of the Board of Education in public for the purpose of conducting the School District’s business and is not to be considered a public community meeting. There is a time for public comments during the meeting as indicated in the agenda. AGENDA 1. Call to order, roll call, and Pledge of Allegiance. 2. Report on how the public was notified. 3. Approval of the February 14, 2022 agenda. 4. Consent Agenda: a. January 10, 2022 regular board meeting minutes, open session and the January 24, 2022 special meeting, open and executive sessions. b. Treasurer’s Report. c. Payment of Invoices. d. Resignation/Retirement/Employment/Leave of Absence 5. Approval Items: a. Request from Jenny Forsythe, DECA Advisor and 14 students to attend the overnight State Career Development Conference in Lake Geneva, WI on February 22-24, 2022 and to begin planning, if they qualify, for the International Competition in April 2022 in Atlanta, Georgia. b. Request from Laura Johnson, FBLA Advisor and 4 (four) students to attend the overnight State FBLA Competition in Madison, WI on March 27-29, 2022. c. Reopening and Continuity of Services Isolation Plan for 2021-22 Language Revisions d. 2022-23 and 2023-24 Teacher Calendar e. Early College Credit Program – Summer 2022 f. New Policies – 2nd Reading • No. 2700.01 School Performance and State Accountability Report Cards • No. 5500.01 Conduct in Virtual Classroom 6. Pupil Services Report – Mental Health Grant 7. Administrative Report: a. Communications b. January 14, 2022 Pupil Count c. Revenue Projections d. Maintenance update e. Donation(s) f. Bus Drivers/Mechanics Appreciation Day – February 15, 2022 g. WASB Correspondence and Legislative Report h. CESA #12 Report i. Reports from Northwestern High School, Northwestern Middle School, Northwestern Elementary/Iron River Elementary Schools, Athletic Director/Activities Coordinator, Director of Special Education and Student Board Representatives. j. Student, staff, and community recognition Bailey Williams, Gr. 6 received the “Junior Journey Award” from Essentia Health, which recognizes an outstanding young adults living with a disability who is optimally engaged in school or other life activities and who’s courage inspires others. 8. Comments from the audience. 9. Adjournment. (Feb. 11, 2022) WNAXLP 31648