The Madison School Board will consider approval of changes to nine school district policies when it meets at 6:30 p.m. on Monday in Room 117 at the Madison Middle School.
The school board members will review changes that include policy changes regarding medical exams for teachers and in-service training for substitute teachers.
Other changes deal with stating the deadlines in the fall and spring semesters for student transfers, revising the forms for student medications, eliminating the policy regarding teachers serving as curriculum leaders, and requiring a parent or guardian to escort K-8 students during fund-raising activities.
In other business, the board members will consider:
-- Acknowledging three early retirement requests that are part of the most-recent personnel actions.
-- Hearing the administrators' reports and meeting the new food service director Brian Wright for Lunchtime Solutions.
-- Reviewing the construction schedule for the high school and touring the building sites.
-- Choosing one of two candidates, Neil Putnam of Mitchell and Kathy Greeneway of Yankton, to serve as a board director for the Associated School Boards of South Dakota.