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Regional School Board Meets in HS Cafeteria

The Bristol Warren Regional School Committee meets tonight at 7.

Bristol Warren School Committee chair Paul Silva and School Committee members Karen Lynch and Lynn Wainwright. Credit: W.Rupp
Bristol Warren School Committee chair Paul Silva and School Committee members Karen Lynch and Lynn Wainwright. Credit: W.Rupp
The Bristol Warren Regional School Committee meets tonight, Jan. 27, for what appears to be a rather routine regular business meeting.

The meeting takes place in the cafeteria of Mt. Hope High School. It starts at 7 pm.

Here is the complete agenda for tonight's meeting:

BRISTOL WARREN REGIONAL SCHOOL COMMITTEE 
REGULAR BUSINESS MEETING
Monday, January 27, 2014
7:00 PM 
Mt. Hope High School
199 Chestnut Street, Bristol, RI
AGENDA
I. OPENING BUSINESS 
1. Pledge of Allegiance 
II. PUBLIC COMMENT / PUBLIC FORUM
III. ACCOLADES
IV. EXECUTIVE SESSION Pursuant to Open Meeting Laws 42-46-5 (a)(1) for the following: 1. Personnel Recommendations #S2014-02V.
OLD BUSINESS / CORRESPONDENCE / ANNOUNCEMENTS
1. Consent Agenda – all items listed with an asterisk (*) are considered to be routine by the School Committee and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a Committee member requests, in which event the items will be withdrawn from the general order of business and considered in the normal sequence on the agenda. 
*2. Approval of Minutes 
A. December 9, 2013 - Hearing
B. December 9, 2013
C. January 13, 2014
VI. SUPERINTENDENT’S RECOMMENDATIONS AND ISSUES 
*1. Recommendation #S2014-02 – Personnel  
2. Recommendation #S2014-03: That the School Committee, upon the recommendation of the  Superintendent approve the request of (2) Bristol families and (1) Warren family to home school their  children for the 2013-2014 school year, adhering to all requirements as set forth by the Bristol Warren Regional School District. 
3. Recommendation #S2014-04: That the School Committee, upon the recommendation of the  Superintendent and supported by the Policy/Community Affairs Subcommittee, approve the first reading of  the Subcommittees of the School Committee Policy (BCE-R).
VII. CHAIRPERSON’S INITIATIVES
VIII. SUBCOMMITTEE / SCHOOL COMMITTEE REPORTS & INITIATIVES
1. Budget / Facilities Subcommittee
2. Policy / Community Affairs Subcommittee 
3. Personnel / Contract Negotiations Subcommittee
4. Wellness Committee
IX. REPORTS
* 1. Administrative 
A. Superintendent’s Report -- CONFIDENTIAL 
• Assistant Superintendent’s Report
• Director of Administration and Finance’s Report
• Director of Literacy and Title I’s Report
• Director of Pupil Personnel Services’ Report
• Director of Technology’s Report
B. District Solicitor’s Report – CONFIDENTIAL
X. ADJOURNMENT

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