One measure up for consideration is adoption of a millage rate of 17.9 mills -- a rate that has applied since 2007. Each mill represents about $2 million in funding for the district, Chief Financial Officer Todd Hooper said during Monday's board work session.
The board gave tentative approval to the unchanged millage rate last month as part of several budgetary measures. Board members then also approved a fiscal year 2011 budget of $114,158,102, down from the original FY2010 budget of $119,018,674 approved last year due to revenue drops and funding cuts.
Among other measures up for consideration are the first readings of policy changes covering leaves and absences and the Family and Medical Leave Act.
Assistant Superintendent Ben Desper said the policy amendments will not change any of the district's operations, but will consolidate policies and regulations and will make them easier to read.
"We have 14 policies, literally, that deal with different types of leave," he said. "They're often confusing to our employees when they go to look up information. It's not easy for a person to look up what kind of leave they're filing for sometimes, and so several months ago we decided that we were going to making this easier for folks to use.
"We have to continuously work at updating board books. Sometimes we forget about them until we need them, and this is an opportunity for us to look at our leave policies."
The board will meet Monday at 6 p.m. in the central office boardroom.