The Havre school board Tuesday night voted to allow the Family, Career and Community Leaders, a Native American student group, to take a trip to FCCLA regional cluster grow meet in Spokane.
The trip is of no cost to the district. Students will discuss Native American family issues at the conference, Havre Public Schools Superintendent Andy Carlson told the school board at its Tuesday meeting.
In other business at the meeting:
• Carlson told the board his school evaluation process will start in November.
The board annually reviews Carlson’s performance.
• Carlson told the board how proud he was of the success of the Native American week festivities at the schools.
• The official enrollment count report was not available as planned. Carlson said it will be ready next school board meeting.
• Havre High School Principal Craig Mueller spoke of raising parent involvement at the high school.
He said he wants to take the parent-teacher conferences into the gym and make computers available to parents to show them the programs their children are using.
• Havre Middle School Principal Dustin Kraske presented a document in which the progress of students is illustrated by time-lines and color coding to show whether or not they are succeeding in their school work.