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Elementary and Primary Education
Galveston ISD Board of Trustees
by Garrett Bryce
Thursday, October 25, 2018

The Galveston Independent School District Board of Trustees on Wednesday voted unanimously to apply for an optional flexible school day program for AIM College and Career Preparatory Academy.

The district is seeking to continue the program at AIM College and the Career Preparatory Academy for a ninth year.

The program offers flexible hours and days of attendance for students in grades 9-12 who are at risk of not graduating, or are participating in an approved early college high school plan, or are attending a campus implementing an innovative redesign under a plan approved by the Commissioner of Education.

The board voted to apply for an optional flexible school day program for Ball High School. This is the first year of the program at Ball High School.

The board voted to approve campus goals and performance objectives as presented in the campus plans.

The board voted to adopt an update to Policy BBB (Local): Board Members: Elections.

The board voted to approve an attendance committee for all campuses.

All action items were approved. All votes were unanimous with Trustee David O'Neal, Jr. absent. Agenda

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