Education

COVID-19 absences topic of Sept. 14 AJUSD board meeting

Posted 9/13/21

Financial incentives on staff attendance, long-term substitute pay and COVID-19 absences are some of the topics of the Apache Junction Unified School District Governing Board’s Sept. 14 work …

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Education

COVID-19 absences topic of Sept. 14 AJUSD board meeting

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Financial incentives on staff attendance, long-term substitute pay and COVID-19 absences are some of the topics of the Apache Junction Unified School District Governing Board’s Sept. 14 work session.

The governing board meets at 4 p.m. for a work session in the board room, 1575 W. Southern Ave., and at 6 p.m. for a meeting in the Performing Arts Center, 2525 South Ironwood Drive, Apache Junction.

The board is to meet in a closed-door executive session to discuss the lease for Thunder Mountain, Superstition Mountain and old Four Peaks elementary school buildings; and on certified employee Dustin Kechta’s resignation.

Topics to be discussed at the 6 p.m. meeting include an Apache Junction High School drama students trip to New York, and possible action on:

  • Paying Twotrees Technology Inc. $59,659.20 for 40 Lenovo Thinkpads to replace staff devices;
  • COVID-19 absences;
  • Kechta’s resignation; and
  • Facilities rental fees,

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