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Identity Fraud Insurance Approved
The Board of Education unanimously voted to purchase identity fraud insurance for one year for employees
whose personal information was believed to be contained on a missing flash drive. At the meeting, a
number of potential credit monitoring and identity fraud insurance programs were presented for consideration.
Upon reviewing such options, the Board indicated a desire to pursue one company’s insurance services
as a way to move forward proactively on behalf of potentially affected employees. The Administration
will enter into discussions to secure an acceptable contract for identity fraud insurance, and communicate
details in a letter to personnel as soon as they are available. The Administration on July 10 notified
personnel of an investigation into the disappearance of a flash drive believed to have contained their personal
information, including addresses, Social Security numbers and dates of birth. An internal investigation
is continuing. The District has received no information to date that the drive was used to perpetrate
identity theft. Nevertheless, the Board reiterated its desire to proactively assist those whose information
was believed to be contained on the flash drive.

New District Hires Approved
The Board approved the following administrative appointments:
Student Support Services Coordinator: Todd Bird, an assistant principal at South Park Academy and a
counselor who has worked at Copper Hills, Bonneville and Idaho Falls high schools
Federal Programs Coordinator: J. Eric Campbell, Principal of Heber Valley Elementary, a former
teacher, and former director of the alternative placement center at Wasatch Mountain Junior High
Coordinator of Policy: Jeff Christensen, a graduate of Gonzaga University’s School of Law and judicial
clerk in Winnemucca, Nev., who has worked as an intern and research assistant at Utah agencies including
the Utah System of Higher Education, the State of Utah and University of Utah

Salary Schedule Addition Approved
An additional lane was added to the lower end of the Administrative Salary Schedule to accommodate
jobs with smaller-scale administrative requirements.

Closed Session: The Board met in closed session to discuss property and personnel matters.

— Jennifer Toomer-Cook

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Lucie Chamberlain

Alta View Elementary

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