The Madison School Board has scheduled reports from committees dealing with parking issues and the district's activity bus when it meets at 6:30 p.m. on Monday in the new science wing at Madison High School.
The school board members will hold the meeting in the new chemistry room, the first classroom on the south side of the new building addition.
The report on parking issues will review an incident in which several student vehicles were towed earlier this winter from the high school's north parking lot. The vehicle towings sparked several parent complaints that were partly centered on the school district's implementation of school policy.
The board members will consider approving a number of personnel changes, including the resignation of eighth-grade teacher Renae Prostrollo. They will also consider approving the annual reduction-in-force of two Title I teachers, Tamara Jung and Kim Seitz, for the 2013-14 school year, pending the school district's notification of federal funding to support those teaching positions.
The board members will consider hiring requests for three substitute teachers, Stephanie Torkelson, Sandra Ulrich and David Wallace-Menard, and spring election workers for rural voters.
In other business, the board members will consider:
-- Approving the start date for Madison Central's 2013-14 school year and the entire calendar for that school year.
-- Approving and recognizing the Madison Education Association as a negotiating group for school district personnel.
-- Hearing an update on the renovation and construction project currently under way at MHS and tour the work sites.
The board members have also scheduled an executive session at the end of the meeting to discuss contract negotiations.