1st Public DeKalb School Board Millage Rate Hearing June 25

The DeKalb Board of Education will hold the following meetings on Wednesday, June 25, 2014:

5:00pm
Called Meeting to adjourn to Executive Session for the purpose of discussing a personal matter
Cabinet Room, Robert R. Freeman Administrative & Instructional Complex
1701 Mountain Industrial Boulevard
Stone Mountain, GA 30083

6:00pm 1st Public Millage Rate Hearing
J. David Williamson Board Room, Robert R. Freeman Administrative & Instructional Complex

7:00pm Called Meeting
J. David Williamson Board Room, Robert R. Freeman Administrative & Instructional Complex

Meeting agenda is below. Meeting information can be accessed online by going to: http://www.dekalb.k12.ga.us, click on Leadership, go to eBoard Home Page and click on the date for the meeting agenda\information.

ACTION ITEMS

1. DeKalb County School District Proposed Budget for 2014-2015 (FY2015)
Presented by: Dr. Michael J. Bell, Chief Financial Officer, Division of Finance

2. Excess Workers’ Compensation Insurance
Presented by: Mr. Ronald B. Ramsey, Sr., Chief Legal Officer, Division of Legal
Affairs

3. SPLOST III PROJECT: Chamblee Charter High School Replacement – Approval of
Change Order No. 16
Presented by: Mr. Joshua L. Williams, Chief Operations Officer, Division of Operations

4. SPLOST IV Project: Request for Board Approval of Budget Amendment Request for
the Addition and Renovation Project at Henderson MS (Project 512-422)
Presented by: Mr. Joshua L. Williams, Interim Chief Operations Officer, Division of
Operations

ANNOUNCEMENTS

1. SPLOST Oversight Committee Meeting, 6:00pm, Thursday, June 26, 2014,
Sam Moss Service Center, 1780 Montreal Road, Tucker

2. Administrative Offices Closed in observation of the 4th of July Holiday, Friday, July 4, 2014

3. DeKalb Board of Education 2nd Public Millage Rate Hearing, (11:00am), Work Session (2:00pm), Community Input Session (5:45pm), 3rd Millage Rate Hearing (6:30pm) and Business Meeting (7:00pm), Monday, July 7,2014, Cabinet Room & J. David Williamson Board Room

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3 Responses to 1st Public DeKalb School Board Millage Rate Hearing June 25

  1. idabelle25 says:

    I just read Stan Jester’s article and it is unthinkable that any intelligent individual that truly were in the interest of children and ever took one educational course would think that growing the central office anymore in the name of “support” instead of addressing the immediate crisis of overcrowding classrooms and loss of great teachers because of mistreatment and as a result our reputation statewide has gone to heck is sent by a secret organization to purposely bring down Dekalb County. I am finally convinced because once you bring down the school system everything else follows. So saaaad:(

  2. UPDATED MEETING INFO:

    DeKalb Board of Education 2nd Public Millage Rate Hearing, (11:00am) (new time!),
    Work Session (2:00pm), Community Input Session (5:45pm),

    3rd Millage Rate Hearing (6:30pm) and Business Meeting (7:00pm), Monday, July 7,2014, Cabinet Room & J. David Williamson Board Room, Robert R. Freeman Administrative & Instructional Complex, 1701 Mountain Industrial Boulevard, Stone Mountain

  3. This is from the AJC >>

    The DeKalb County school board will meet Wednesday at 7 p.m. to vote on the budget for the upcoming school year.

    The school board took a first, and unanimous, vote early this month on the budget, which adds new teachers and school safety officers, gives small across-the-board raises and returns students to a full, 180-day attendance calendar.

    The expenditure on general operations for the 2014-15 fiscal year is pegged at $800,144,877.

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