The Madison School Board will consider approving a $26.2 million budget for the 2012-13 school year during its meeting starting at 6:30 p.m. on Monday in Room 117 at the Madison Middle School.
The school board members will hold a hearing on the proposed budget at 7 p.m. After the hearing, they will consider approving the budget and a property tax request that the school district will send to the Lake County auditor.
The proposed 2012-13 budget includes two new funds that are capital projects with a balance of $14.5 million and bond redemption with a balance of about $251,000.
The board members will also consider approving a supplement to the 2011-12 school year budget.
Before the administrators' reports, school officials will listen to a report from the project manager overseeing the renovations at Madison High School.
In other business, the board members will consider:
-- Approving personnel changes including an early retirement from Lonna Hanson and resignations from custodian Bob Lucas and elementary teacher Jeff Sawatsky.
-- Approving changes to the high school's student and tablet handbooks.
-- Hearing the annual report from the Madison Central Educational Foundation.
-- Approving a waiver allowing eighth-graders to study Algebra I for a high school credit.
-- Approving bids made for vehicle fuels.
-- Approving agreements made for administrative personnel salaries and wages.
-- Approving a 2012-13 contract with the county health nurse.
-- Approving the writeoff of $4.45 in inactive food service accounts.
-- Approving busing proposals for open-enrolled students attending Chester, Rutland and Oldham-Ramona schools.
-- Approving the school district's vote in a runoff election held for the S.D. High School Activities Association.
The board members will consider moving their July board meeting from July 9 to July 16. They have also scheduled an executive session on personnel matters at the end of the meeting.