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2019-20 Regular Meetings
Stuart Administrative Center

July 8, 2019
August 12, 2019
September 9, 2019
October 14, 2019
November 11, 2019
December 9, 2019
January 13, 2020
February 10, 2020
March 9, 2020
April 13, 2020
May 11, 2020
June 8, 2020

Andrew Auld
Member
P: 785.632.6671

1901 5th St.
Clay Center, KS 67432

asa6979@ksu.edu

Term Expires: January 2022

Linda Sleichter
Member
P: 785.632.5711

1282 21st Rd.
Clay Center, KS 67432

lindasleichter@usd379.org

Term Expires: January 2020

Jeffery Cannizzo
Vice-President
P: 785.461.5211

P.O. Box 295
Wakefield, KS 67487

j-can@twinvalley.net

Term Expires: January 2022

Brad Mason
Member
P: 785.461.5329

1626 6th Rd.
Wakefield, KS 67487

masonoil@eaglecom.net

Term Expires: January 2020

Correspondence to the whole board may be sent via the Superintendent.



Clay County School District
Board of Education

c/o Brett Nelson, Superintendent
PO Box 97
Clay Center, KS 67432
Jean Frigon
Member
P: 785.632.6325

1909 3rd St.
Clay Center, KS 67432

pjfrigon@yahoo.com

Term Expires: January 2020

Jody Cott
Member
P: 785.447.0134

1047 20th Rd.
Clay Center, KS 67432

jodycott@gmail.com

Term Expires: January 2022

Apryl Peerson
President
P: 785.410.6246

517 Frederick St.
Clay Center, KS 67432

aprylpeerson7@gmail.com

Term Expires: January 2020

Addressing the Board

Community input is both welcomed and encouraged at specific times during Board meetings. The following protocol should be used when requesting to speak to the Board.

Prior to the starting of the meeting, patrons wanting to address the Board shall sign the Citizens’ Open Forum Register located on a table, next to the door.

Patrons are requested to list on the register, the topic(s) to be presented, and the appropriate organization(s) or individual(s) represented.

Each speaker may speak no longer than five minutes.

Up to three minutes shall be allowed for Board of Education members to ask questions for clarification of the person making the presentation. The responses to the questions shall be included in the three minutes time limit. The presiding officer may grant additional time at his/her discretion.

The Board of Education president or presiding officer may ask a spokesperson to speak for the group in the event that more than three person wish to speak and will determine the time allocations for each.

Information may be submitted to the board in written form.

Presentations containing information or comments related to USD 379 personnel may be referred for review in executive session.

The Board president or presiding officer has the option to stop the proceedings at any time or poll the board to determine if a speaker may continue.

The Board of Education recognizes the importance of citizen presentations and desires to make fully informed decisions based upon careful consideration of all sides of the issue(s) presented. The Board of Education, therefore, desires to take under consideration as needed, information gleaned from citizen presentations in an effort to determine the appropriate response.