- EMAILS: Reviewed information from the Washington School Directors Association regarding electronic communications. Group emails could constitute a meeting, so board members should communicate with individual emails rather than using the "reply to all" button, Superintendent Doug Johnson told the board.
- ENROLLMENT: Learned enrollment for October is 441 full time equivalent students, which is 11 below the number the budget is based on.
- OPERATING PRINCIPLES: Discussed section in board operating principles related to how to handle reports to the board.
- BOOK STUDY: Learned some staff members are doing a book study using "Enhancing Professional Practice: A Framework for Teaching," by Charlotte Danielson.
- M O: Discussed possible configurations of ballot measures for the February election. The district could request a maintenance and operation levy, a levy for capital projects, and/or a levy for technology, Johnson told the board. The board has until the end of December to make a decision. A public meeting Nov. 16 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the High School Auditorium is tentatively scheduled to discuss levies.
- POLICIES: Adopted policies related to election, enrollment, student immunization, hiring retired school employees, substitute employment and temporary administrators. Unanimous.
- DONATION: Accepted donation of money from the Dayton Lions Club for FBLA and Youth Government. Unanimo