The following are among the items are on tonight's agenda for the Fairfax County School Board meeting. The meeting will be at Jackson Intermediate School, 3020 Gallows Rd., Falls Church.
Resolution recognizing Oct. 9-15 as National School Lunch Week.
Present quarterly employment report and approve the appointments made for April 1 to June 30 1983.
Approve petty cash disbursements for July and August 1983.
Approve appointment of Ada M. Marshall, Kathleen R. Scott, and Mahmood Sheikh as deputy clerks of the School Board.
Approve award of contract to R.E. Lee Electric Company, Inc., to repair and improve McLean High School stadium lighting.
Discussion of revised child-care leave policy for employes.
Approve student assignments to schools.
Consider turning over to the county the former Annandale, Drew Smith and Lillian Carey elementary schools and a portion of the James Lee Media Center in exchange for a transfer of $615,000 in county funds, to be used for the Chapel Square renovation project. This project would be used for a School Board media center and offices of the Annandale supervisor.
Approve the FY 1983 final budget review.
Recommendation to approve School Board Legislative Program for the 1983-84 school year.
Recommendation for award of contract for reroofing and repairs at Masonville, Walnut Hill and Virginia Hills administrative centers and Garfield and Lorton elementary schools.
Items introduced by the superintendent.
Items introduced by board members. Arlington
The following items are on today's agenda of the Arlington County School Board. The meeting is at 7:30 p.m. in the board room of the Education Center, 1426 N. Quincy St., Arlington:
Appointments to the following advisory committees: Adult, Vocational and Career Education; ESOL/HILT; Fine Arts; Foreign Langauage; Gifted/Talented; Home Economics; Library/Media Services; Math; Pupil Personnel Services; Science; Social Studies; Special Education and Telecommunications. Also, appointment of a Civic Federation representative, and appointment of PTA representatives to the Advisory Council.
Discussion of continuation of the Refugee Education and Employment Program (REEP). The program, which was established eight years ago, is operated at the former Wilson Elementary School and offers services such as tutoring and employment counseling to refugees.
Discussion of continuation of the Curriculum and Instructional Materials Project, which funds teacher workshops dealing with the development of new materials for the classroom.
Consideration of a community education center for the public.
Staff responses to Advisory Committee reports on foreign languages, social studies, and pupil personnel.
Discussion of the reduction-in-force policies for Arlington teachers.
Action on proposed budget planning factors for the 1984-85 school year.