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Series B - SCHOOL BOARD GOVERNANCE AND OPERATIONS » BDC EXECUTIVE SESSIONS

BDC EXECUTIVE SESSIONS

Adoption Date: 6/10/1980, Revised: 1/5/1985; 6/13/91; 2/12/13
B - SCHOOL BOARD GOVERNANCE AND OPERATIONS
 

The board of trustees may hold executive sessions not open to the public:

  1. With the attorney general, county attorney, district attorney, city attorney, sheriff, chief of police or their respective deputies, or other officers of the law, on matters posing a threat to the security of public or private property, or a threat to the public's right of access;
  2. To consider the appointment, employment, right to practice or dismissal of a public officer, professional person or employee, or to hear complaints or charges brought against an employee, professional person or officer, unless the employee, professional person or officer requests a public hearing. The governing body may exclude from any public or private hearing during the examination of a witness, any or all other witnesses in the matter being investigated. Following the hearing or executive session, the governing body may deliberate on its decision in executive sessions;
  3. On matters concerning litigation to which the governing body is a party or proposed litigation to which the governing body may be a party;
  4. On matters of national security;
  5. When the agency is a licensing agency while preparing, administering or grading examinations;
  6. When considering and acting upon the determination of the term, parole or release of an individual from a correctional or penal institution;
  7. To consider the selection of a site or the purchase of real estate when the publicity regarding the consideration would cause a likelihood of an increase in price;
  8. To consider acceptance of gifts, donations and bequests which the donor has requested in writing be kept confidential;
  9. To consider or receive any information classified as confidential by law;
  10. To consider accepting or tendering offers concerning wages, salaries, benefits and terms of employment during all negotiations;
  11. To consider suspensions, expulsions or other disciplinary action in connection with any student as provided by law.

 

Policy References:
Wyoming Statute 16-4-405, Attorney General's Opinion 8-3-73, Wyoming Education Policies Reference Manual, Code BD