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‘Threatened litigation matter’ topic of Apache Junction school board executive session

Posted 4/10/21

Discussion on “a threatened litigation matter” and an interim superintendent and/or superintendent search process are topics of the Apache Junction Unified School District Governing …

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‘Threatened litigation matter’ topic of Apache Junction school board executive session

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Discussion on “a threatened litigation matter” and an interim superintendent and/or superintendent search process are topics of the Apache Junction Unified School District Governing Board’s April 13 closed-door executive session.

The Governing Board meets at 4 p.m. Tuesday in the Board Room, 1575 W. Southern Ave., for an executive session and meeting. Members of the Governing board will attend in-person or by telephone, video or Internet conference. The Governing Board’s attorney may appear in-person or telephonically.

Items on the executive session agenda are:

  • discussion and/or consultation for legal advice with the board’s attorney and/or to consider the board’s position and instruct its attorney regarding a threatened litigation matter.
  • discussion or consideration of assignment, appointment, promotion of administrator.
  • discussion and/or consultation for legal advice with the board’s attorney regarding an interim superintendent and/or superintendent search process and related issues and/or to consider the board’s position and instruct its attorney regarding the same.

State law allows the meetings per Arizona Revised Statutes 38-431.03, which states, in part, that upon a public majority vote of the members constituting a quorum, a public body may hold an executive session. It goes on to list seven subsections detailing the types of meetings that may be held, according to azleg.gov.

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