HOME OF THE SPARTANS

  • Collins-Maxwell MS - HS: 515-387-1115 | Collins-Maxwell Elementary: 641-385-2446

Current News

Collins-Maxwell Community School District

Board of Education

Thursday, August 10, 2017

6:30 – Regular Board Meeting

Library, Collins-Maxwell Middle School/High School, Maxwell, IA 

  1. Call to order, roll call, acknowledge quorum.
  2. Approve Agenda
  3. Welcome Visitors and Public Comment*
  4. Celebrations
  • Summer Enrichment
  • Collins Playground
  1. Communication and Administrative Reports
    1. Facility Project Update
  2. Information/Discussion

      6.1    Board Policies – 401.7, 401.13, 403.1, 403.2, 403.6, 409.1, 409.2, 409.4, 409.6, 409.8, 502.5, 504.5

  1. Action Agenda
    1. Approve Tables Purchase
    2. Approve Gas Bids
    3. Morning Supervision Staffing
    4. 2017-2018 Transportation Wages
    5. Disposal of Equipment

a. Stadium Lights

b. Stadium Visitors Bleacher

c. Goal Post

  1. Greenhouse Construction

a.Electronic Bid

b.Concrete Bid

  1. Closed Session -(according to the provision of Chapter 21, Official meetings Open to Public as provided in 21.5(1)(i) of the Iowa code “To evaluate the professional competency of an individual whose appointment, hiring, performance, or discharge is being considered when necessary to prevent needless and irreparable injury to that individual’s reputation and that individual requests a closed session.”)
  2. 2018-2019 Administration Staffing
  1. Consent Agenda
    1. Minutes
    2. Bills for Payment
    3. Financials
    4. Personnel
  2. Board Comments
  3. Adjourn

 

 

*Visitors who wish to address the Board should be recognized at this time.  Due to legal requirements of the public meeting laws, the Board will take action only on items posted on the agenda.  Complaints cannot be about personnel.

Online Registration Starts July 5th

Student Learning Goals

Core of Content Knowledge

  • Acquires and integrates basic skills and knowledge in core curriculum areas: math, science, language arts, social studies and technology
  • Demonstrates real-life applications of basic skills and knowledge

 

Communication Skills

  • Skilled in reading, writing, speaking and listening
  • Communicates in a clear, precise manner
  • Uses a variety of methods to communicate (verbal, nonverbal, electronic, musical and artistic) for a variety of purposes
  • Adapts techniques to meet needs of diverse audiences
  • Gathers, processes, and responds to information for a variety of purposes

 

Collaborative Worker

  • Uses effective leadership and teamwork skills
  • Develops and manages interpersonal relationships
  • Performs well in culturally and organizationally diverse settings
  • Knows and uses conflict resolution techniques
  • Identifies whether a situation, task, or problem needs an individual or collaborative plan of action

 

Personal Growth & Well-Being

  • Demonstrates personal wellness practices
  • Develops personal creativity and character traits: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, citizenship
  • Demonstrates lifelong learning
  • Makes responsible life-style decisions and assumes responsibility for his/her actions
  • Explores career opportunities and maintains professionalism in the workplace
  • Explores and responds to the arts

 

Thinking, Reasoning, & Problem Solving

  • Uses a variety of researching techniques, including technology, as a means to: identify, access, integrate and process information
  • Solves complex problems in a variety of contexts
  • Recognizes and connects to prior knowledge
  • Organizes information

 

Citizenship & Social Responsibility

  • Analyzes and understands economic, social and political systems
  • Demonstrates respect for self and for the diversity of others
  • Sets priorities and achieves goals
  • Examines options, monitors and evaluates his/her progress

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Daily Announcements

     

     

     

  • Online Registration begins July 5th!

Lunch Menus