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The Mingus Union School Board violated Arizona’s Open Meeting Law when it invited former board member Jim Ledbetter to attend a June 11 executive session.
COTTONWOOD – There is “no reason” for Yavapai County Superior Court Judge David Mackey to modify his stipulated judgment and allow the Committee for Better Upper Verde Valley Schools to take the consolidation of the Cottonwood-Oak Creek and Mingus Union school districts to vote in 2020, rather than in November of this year.
June 11, the Mingus Union School Board voted 4-to-1 to approve the district’s proposed 2019-2020 budget.
COTTONWOOD – Tuesday, the Mingus Union School Board will go into executive session to consider employing a superintendent – and to consider terms of that superintendent’s contract.
COTTONWOOD – Every little bit counts. Last year, Mingus Union graduates received a collective $4,487,346 at the school’s annual scholarship and academic awards ceremony.
COTTONWOOD – On a 4-to-0 vote, the Mingus Union School Board decided that Justin Hartman will become the high school’s second assistant principal.
COTTONWOOD -- A 17-year-old male student at Mingus Union High School was charged with several felonies after school administration searched him and his vehicle and found him to be in possession of drugs and a shotgun May 7.
COTTONWOOD – Tuesday, the Mingus Union School Board voted 4-to-0 to approve the school’s proposed 2019-2020 calendar.
Tuesday, the Mingus Union School Board could approve the high school’s 2019-2020 calendar.
COTTONWOOD – Five names. Three new to the Mingus Union School Board. Two others who have been on the board at least since 2016.
COTTONWOOD – The American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona has asked Mingus Union High School to put an end to the school’s current identification badge policy or it “will be forced to pursue further action.”
A failure to properly notice a Sept. 5, 2017, executive session and then having the meeting without an attorney present has earned the Mingus Union School District a letter of reprimand from the Arizona Attorney General’s Office.
COTTONWOOD – In a 9:30 a.m. special meeting Monday, the Mingus Union School Board could approve the district’s annual financial report summary for the 2017-2018 school year.
It’s been about a month since Yavapai County Superior Court Judge David Mackey instructed attorneys to find agreement on petition language that could be used to ultimately take consolidation to Verde Valley’s voters.