The board meets at 7 p.m. at the Historic Canton High School school board auditorium, with a work session at 6 p.m.
The changes proposed by the Cherokee County School District staff would take effect in July if approved by the board.
Macedonia Elementary School Principal Catherine Elliott will move to a supervisor of personnel staffing post at the school district main offices. Her post at Macedonia will be filled by Tammy Castleberry, as assistant principal at Freedom Middle School.
Dr. Pam Colvin, principal at Chapman Intermediate School, will move to the district's educational programs department as an administrator on special assignment. Susan McCarthy, an assistant principal at Teasley Middle School in Canton, will move to the principal spot at Chapman.
The board previously approved assigning Arnold Mill Elementary School Principal Ann Gazell to the new Indian Knoll Elementary School on Univeter Road in Canton set to open in August. Her post at Arnold Mill will be filled by its assistant principal, Kerry Martin.
The retirement at the end of the school year of Johnston Elementary School Principal Gena Hood is on the agenda for approval, as is the appointment of Kathleen Chandler, assistant principal at Knox Elementary School in Canton, to fill the vacancy.
The changes call for Little River Elementary School Principal Val Bahun to move to Free Home Elementary School. The principal post at Little River will be filled by Christian Kirby, an assistant principal at Avery Elementary School. Free Home's current principal, Jonathan Hall, is being deployed for military duty overseas.
The personnel recommendations also include the retirement of more than 20 educators at the end of the school year including Dean Rusk Middle Assistant Principal Donna Callahan and Macedonia Elementary media specialist Joy Huddlestun.
The resignation of Laurie Peavy, the Woodstock High School special education teacher who recently pleaded guilty to abusing a student, is on the agenda for approval as well.
The board also will consider the following agenda items:
* Recognition of regional champions;
* Recognition of Cherokee County schools named 2010 Title I Distinguished Schools: Boston, R.M. Moore and Woodstock Elementary schools;
* Recognition of school bus drivers Dale Roberts and Rhonda Fiddler for their championship win at the state School Bus Road-e-o for special education drivers;
* Recognition of innovation zone and school district Counselors of the Year. The zone winners are: Carol Baumgartner, Cherokee High (Cherokee Zone); Ellen Ewers, Creekview High (Creekview Zone); Donna Ratliff, E.T. Booth Middle (Etowah Zone); Chris Guy, Holly Springs Elementary (Sequoyah Zone); Tina Word, Johnston Elementary (River Ridge Zone); and Rod Metcalf, Woodstock Middle (Woodstock Zone). The district winner is to be announced;
* Approval of a resolution allowing class-size exemptions for the next school year of: one to three students in grades kindergarten through 12th in regular education; one to two in special education classes; one to two in English Language Learners (ELL); one to 12 in gifted; one to two in Early Intervention Program (EIP); one to two in remedial; one to two in vocational; and one to four in Alternative Education Program;
* Approval of the final reading of changes to the dual-enrollment policy related to the weighting of grades;
* Approval of the first reading of changes to the dual-enrollment policy related to requirements for where courses are taken and a waiver to allow co-valedictorians and co-salutatorians this school year if applicable;
* Approval of changes to discrimination and harassment policies related to legal updates; the investigation, appeal and complaint resolution process; definitions; and reporting and notice requirements;
* Approval of the January financial report and sales tax update;
* Approval of out-of-state travel;
* Approval of out-of-state and overnight field trips;
* Approval of the capital outlay projects update;
* Approval to certify the closeout of construction of Mill Creek Middle;
* Approval of the annual update of the district's three-year technology plan;
* Approval of a sublease by the Cherokee County government for youth basketball teams to use of the former Buffington Elementary gym through 2027 at a cost of $1 per year plus other costs such as utilities; and
* Approval of a special lease agreement with First Baptist Church of Canton to use Creekview High School for worship services and classes from April 3 through June 26.
During its work session, the board will review its mission statement, belief statements and major system priorities; hear an update on the Georgia General Assembly session; review options related to more high school math classes; and hear a status report on the Georgia High School Graduation Test.
The state school board on Monday is scheduled to vote to allow local districts more flexibility in high school math course offerings.