The Madison School Board will conduct a budget hearing at 7 p.m. on Monday concerning revenue and spending proposals for the Madison Central School District's 2013-14 school year.
The school board members will review plans for a $16.98 million budget during next year about 30 minutes into their meeting, which starts at 6:30 p.m. The board members will hold their meeting in the new boardroom, Room 400, located to the right of the high school's front entrance.
They will consider approving a property tax request that school officials will submit to the county auditor. The district's business manager will ask the board members to approve a supplemental budget and contingency request for the 2012-13 school year.
After the administrators' reports, the board members will review all of the district's student handbooks and consider approval of rule and policy changes that are proposed in the high school and middle school handbooks.
The board members will also review the resignations of Luke Sursely as the high school and middle school band director and Barbara Egeberg as a Title I elementary teacher.
In other business, the school board will consider:
-- Reviewing an item list involving a sale event held at Prairie Village.
-- Hearing information related to a Homeland Security grant.
-- Reviewing quotes for fuel purchases provided by Cole's Petroleum and F&M Co-op.
-- Reviewing the proposals to provide school food service from Lunchtime Solutions, CBM Managed Services, and Taher Inc.
-- Reviewing a proposal for air-conditioning in the middle school gym.
-- Reviewing a contract offer for curriculum and staff development.
-- Approving a 2013-14 contract with the county health nurse.
-- Approving an interfund loan.
-- Voting for candidates in two South Dakota High School Activities Association races between Clay Anderson of Belle Fourche and Dan Whalen of Pierre for Division II representative and James Hansen of Rapid City and Mike Miller of Aberdeen for the large-school group board of education.
-- Reviewing the construction and renovations under way at Madison High School and touring the sites.
The school board members have also scheduled an executive session to discuss legal matters.