AUGUST 17, 2012 - The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education will meet Tuesday as part of its regular schedule. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. in the auditorium of the Education Building, 4801 Bethania Station Road, Winston-Salem, N.C., 27105.
The board is scheduled to recognize:
Forest Park Elementary students Emily Salinas and James Taylor for their presentation, “Do You Believe in Me?”
William Oakes, an assistant athletic director at Wake Forest University, for his support of middle school athletics.
Craig Engels of Reagan High School. Craig was named the Gatorade Boys Track and Field Athlete of the Year for North Carolina.
Steven Anderson, the school system’s Director of Instructional Technology. He was named by ASCD as one of 26 in its 2012 Class of Emerging Leaders.
The board also is scheduled to discuss:
results from the 2011-12 student and parent surveys.
results from the 2011-12 Teachers’ Working Conditions Survey.
results from the 2011-12 Principals’ Working Conditions Survey.
approval of Policy 4141, 2012-13 Salary Schedules. The schedules need to be updated to include the 1.2 percent pay raise approved by the N.C. General Assembly this summer.
a memorandum of understanding with Family Services, Inc., to operate pre-kindergarten classrooms at Cook, Diggs-Latham, Konnoak and North Hills elementary schools. Family Services and the school system will each provide 50 percent of the operating costs to serve 105 children.
granting an easement to Duke Energy Corporation at the new Zone 1 elementary school under construction in southeastern Forsyth County.
granting an easement near the intersection of Reynolda Road and Northwest Boulevard to the City of Winston-Salem.
approving a contract with Allegacy Federal Credit Union to operate a student credit union at North Forsyth High School.
a contract with The Budd Group to provide custodial services at South Fork Elementary and Meadowlark Middle schools for $156,960.