Board Agenda - June 27, 2014


                                                   Friday, June 27, 2014

                                         Nancy S. Grasmick State Education Building
                                  200 West Baltimore Street – 7th Floor Board Room
                                                  Baltimore, Maryland 21201-2595

Artwork in the Board Room is from Prince George’s County

8:30 a.m.                        CALL MEETING TO ORDER

8:32 a.m.

1. Consent Agenda Items
     a)  Approval of Minutes of May 20, 2014
     b)  Personnel
     c)  Budget Adjustments for May 2014
     d)  National Board Candidates for 2014-2015


Action Item

8:43 a.m.                                       

2.  Revised Management Operations Memorandum: Maryland NutritionStandards for All Foods Sold in School   

9:05 a.m.                                       

3. COMAR 13A.07.09 Evaluation of Teachers and Principals
     (Repeal and Replace)


Information & Discussion

9:50 a.m.  

4.  Race to the Top Update


Action Item

10:10 a.m.                                       

5.  Memorandum of Understanding Supporting Student Learning Objectives


Public Comment

10:40 a.m.  

6.  Public Comment

11:10 a.m.                                      ADJOURN TO EXECUTIVE SESSION

12:15 p.m.                                      STATE BOARD RETREAT

4:00 p.m.                               

7. Opinions

4:05 p.m.                                        A D J O U R N M E N T

*The State Board of Education is pleased to receive oral public comment at each of its regular monthly meetings. In order to allow the State Board sufficient time for its other business, the total time allotted to public comment will generally be limited to thirty (30) minutes. Individuals seeking to speak to the Board will be given three (3) minutes each. Persons desiring to speak to the State Board, must call (410-767-0467) or e-mail ( the Board office no earlier than one week prior to the meeting to register to speak. Registration will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. In order to make the limited time available most effective, speakers are urged to provide multiple written copies of their comments or other material amplifying their views.