Goliad ISD board approves PBMAS plan
Dec 19, 2012 | 1883 views | 0 0 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend | print
GOLIAD – The Goliad Independent School District Board of Trustees approved a federal Performance Based Monitoring Assessment System presented by Assistant Superintendent Rebecca Walker at its Dec. 10 meeting.

Special Education Cooperative Director, Lori Homeyer also helped develop the plan as required by the U.S. Department of Education.

Goliad ISD is in Stage 2 improvement in special education of the PBMAS.

In other agenda items at the Dec. 10 meeting:

• The Federal Performance Based Monitoring Assessment System plan was presented to the board by Director of Personeel and Fedreal Programs Rebecca Walker. The plan was approved by the board.

• The Goliad High School varsity football and volleyball players were recognized. The football team finished in fourth place in District 15-2A, Division I while the volleyball team was runner-up in District 30-2A and reached the area playoffs.

• A representative from Harrison, Waldrop, and Uherek, LLP was in attendance to present the 2011-12 audit report. Goliad ISD received a clean audit. The audit report was approved by the board.

• Insurance agent Jimmy Freeman, spoke to the board about the implementation of a 457(b) retirement plan for district employees. The board requested more information and will review the information at the next meeting in January.

• The board approved the updated emergency operations plan for the district. The plan will be available on the GISD website.

• The board adopted a resolution regarding preservation of eminent domain authority.

• The board approved inter-local agreements for the city and county to use Goliad ISD telecommunications fiber optic cable.

The board’s next regular meeting is scheduled for Jan. 8.
Comments-icon Post a Comment
No Comments Yet