Regular Session - April 8, 2019
ARIZONA STATE BOARD FOR CHARTER SCHOOLS
1535 WEST JEFFERSON STREET
PHOENIX, ARIZONA 85007
The Board’s meeting room is located on the first floor of the Arizona Department of Education’s
building. Available parking in the garage located on 15th Avenue, south of Jefferson Street.
Monday, April 8, 2019
NOTICE AND AGENDA**REVISED
A. Pledge of Allegiance
B. Moment of Silence
D. **Playworks Arizona - Presentation on Leveraging the power of safe and healthy play for every child every day by Kara Largent, Regional Partnerships Director
F. Arizona Alternative Education Consortium - Presentation on Student Choice and Alternative Education by Chris Barnes, Superintendent of Student Choice High School, Jessica Solis and Carlton Simmons, Graduates and Tonya Bridges-Brown, Director.
G. **A for Arizona - Presentation on Ethos Academy: A Challenge Foundation Academy by Tim Boykin, Founding Director
- Status of Board actions and legal matters
- Update on the Financial Performance Framework implementation
I. Call to the Public This is the time for the public to comment. Members of the Board may not discuss items that are not specifically identified on the agenda. Therefore, pursuant to A.R.S. § 38-431.01(H), action taken as a result of public comment will be limited to directing staff to study the matter, responding to any criticism, or scheduling the matter for further consideration and decision at a later date.
- Academy of Mathematics and Science, Inc. (Entity ID: 79961)—New School and Enrollment Cap Increase
- Academy of Mathematics and Science, Inc. (Entity ID: 79961)—New School
K. Charter Amendments - Discussion and possible action on amendment requests from the following charter holders:
- Khalsa Montessori Elementary Schools—Grade Level Change
- San Tan Montessori School, Inc.—Enrollment Cap Increase
L. *Compliance Matters - The Board will receive information to determine whether evidence exists that Vision Charter School, Inc. is in breach of one or more provisions of its charter contract, federal, state, or local laws regarding its failure to meet the operational performance expectations set forth in the Board’s operational framework.
If the Board determines that a breach may have occurred, the Board may take action as it deems appropriate or necessary under state law, which may include issuing a notice of intent to revoke the charter pursuant to A.R.S. § 15-183(I).
M. Summary of Current Events, Future Meeting Dates and Items for Future Agendas - The executive director, presiding officer or a member of the Board may present a brief summary of current events pursuant to A.R.S. § 38-431.02(K) and may discuss future meeting dates and direct staff to place matters on a future agenda. The Board will not discuss or take action on any current event summary.