FY 14 Board Minutes

November 21, 2013

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Klawock City School District

School Board Meeting

Conference Room

November 21, 2013

5 PM

 

I.            CALL TO ORDER, ROLL CALL, VERIFY QUORUM, PLEDGE

 

Karen Cleary called the meeting to order at 5 PM.

 

Roll Call

 

Karen Cleary                        Yes

Roseann Demmert            Yes-via teleconference

Mary Edenshaw                        No – Excused Traveling

Lisa George                        Yes – arrived at 5:07 PM

Ruby Smith                        Yes

 

Also Present:  Rich Carlson, Jim Holien, Yodean Armour, Mike Cleary and Tim Altman (via audio-conference)

 

II.            APPROVAL OF AGENDA

 

Ruby Smith made a motion, seconded by Roseann Demmert, to approve the agenda as presented.

 

Motion Carried.

 

            III.            PUBLIC COMMENT (Related to Agenda Items)

 

None

 

IV.            CONSENT AGENDA

 

A.    Approval of the Minutes from the October 10, 2013 Board Meeting

B.    Approval of the Minutes from the October 22, 2013 Special School Board Meeting

C.    Approval to Hire Esther Bezemer as a Special Ed Aide / Playground Supervisor for the 2013-14 School Year.

 

Ruby Smith made a motion, seconded by Roseann Demmert, to approve the Consent Agenda as presented.

 

Motion Carried.

 

 

 

 

 

 

            V.            REPORTS

 

A.              1. Superintendent’s Report-

·       The STRIVE & SYSTEMS grants are scheduled to end June 30, 2014 (1.73 FTE) which will result in a reduction of revenues.  The entities will re-apply for both grants.

 

2. FY 13 Audit Report – Tim Altman (Altman and Rogers)

 

Auditor Tim Altman presented the following regarding the FY 13 Financial Audit of the Klawock City School District.

·       Letter to Governing Board – nothing to report, clean audit

·       Financial Statements-Clean opinion on financial statements & internal controls (Please note pages 84-89)

·       Change in net position (page 13): Reduction in net position is due to value of construction fixed assets that were transferred to City of Klawock upon completion of projects. (See page 27 for further details).

·       Summary of Fund Balance (page 29): Review of values for committed, assigned, unassigned, restricted fund balances.

·       Types of Revenues: District was able to pick up additional Foundation through the disparity test (even though Impact Aid dropped) in FY13.  

            VI.            ACTION ITEMS

 

A.             Approval of FY 13 Audit

 

Ruby Smith made a motion, seconded by Lisa George, to approve the FY 13 Audit as presented.

 

Roll Call:

Karen Cleary                        Yes

Roseann Demmert            Yes

Lisa George                        Yes

Ruby Smith                        Yes

 

Motion Carried.

 

            VII.            BOARD COMMENT

 

                        A.            Next Meeting Date – December 12, 2013

 

            VIII.            ADJOURNMENT

 

Ruby Smith made a motion, seconded by Lisa George, to adjourn the meeting.

 

Motion Carried.

 

The meeting adjourned at 5:22 PM.

 

October 22, 2013

posted Nov 26, 2013, 12:53 PM by Matt Richardson   [ updated Aug 11, 2014, 4:14 PM by KCSD IT ]

Klawock City School District

Special School Board Meeting

Conference Room

October 22, 2013

5 PM

 

I.               CALL TO ORDER, ROLL CALL, VERIFY QUORUM, PLEDGE, READING OF MISSION STATEMENT

 

Karen Cleary called the meeting to order at 5:05 PM. 

 

Roll Call

 

Karen Cleary                        Yes

Roseann Demmert            No

Mary Edenshaw                        Yes

Lisa George                        Yes

Ruby Smith                        Yes

 

Also Present:  Richard Carlson via audio-conference, Val Steward, Mike Cleary, Ann Bingham, Kelli Larson, and Jim Holien

 

The Board dispensed with the reading of the mission statement.

 

II.             OATH OF OFFICE

 

Val Steward administered the Oath of Office to Mary Edenshaw.

 

III.           BOARD REORGANIZATION

 

President Karen Cleary turned the meeting over to Superintendent Rich Carlson.

 

A.    President:  Ruby Smith made a motion, seconded by Mary Edenshaw, to nominate Karen Cleary for President.

 

Ruby Smith made a motion, seconded by Mary Edenshaw, to close nominations.  Nomination Closed.

 

Unanimous voice vote to elect Karen Cleary as President.

 

Motion Carried.

 

Rich Carlson turned the meeting back over to Karen Cleary.

 

B.    Vice President:  Mary Edenshaw made a motion, seconded by Lisa George, to nominate Ruby Smith for Vice President.

 

Mary Edenshaw made a motion, seconded by Lisa George to close nominations.

Nominations Closed.

 

Unanimous voice vote to elect Ruby Smith as Vice President.

 

Motion Carried.

 

C.    Board Clerk:  Mary Edenshaw made a motion, seconded by Ruby Smith, to nominate Lisa George as Clerk.

 

Mary Edenshaw made a motion, seconded by Ruby Smith, to close nominations.

Nominations Closed.

 

Unanimous voice vote to elect Lisa George as Board Clerk.

 

Motion Carried.

 

II.            APPROVAL OF AGENDA

 

Mary Edenshaw made a motion, seconded by Lisa George, to approve the agenda as presented.

 

Motion Carried.

 

            III.            PUBLIC COMMENT (Related to Agenda Items)

 

None

 

            VI.            ACTION ITEMS

 

A.    Approval of BP 6145 (c):  K-8 Student Enrollment / Student Activities Participation

 

Ruby Smith made a motion, seconded by Mary Edenshaw, to approve BP 6145 (c):  K-8 Student Enrollment / Student Activities Participation

 

Motion Carried.

 

            VII.            BOARD COMMENT

 

A.            Next Meeting Date –  November 21, 2013 Mary Edenshaw will be traveling and may not be able to call in, although she will if possible.  She will meet with Superintendent Rich Carlson or Business Manager Yodean Armour to ask questions on the audit as needed.  Roseann Demmert will call in as she will also be traveling.

 

            VIII.            ADJOURNMENT

 

Mary Edenshaw made a motion, seconded by Ruby Smith, to adjourn. 

 

Motion Carried.

 

Meeting adjourned at 5:10 PM.

October 10, 2013

posted Nov 26, 2013, 12:52 PM by Matt Richardson   [ updated Aug 11, 2014, 4:14 PM by KCSD IT ]

Klawock City School District

School Board Meeting

Conference Room

October 10, 2013

5 PM

 

I.            CALL TO ORDER, ROLL CALL, VERIFY QUORUM, PLEDGE, READING OF MISSION STATEMENT

 

Karen Cleary called the meeting to order at 5:07 PM.

 

Roll Call

 

Karen Cleary                        Yes

Mary Edenshaw                        Excused Traveling

Roseann Demmert            Yes

Lisa George                        Excused Traveling

Ruby Smith                        Yes

Jill Carl                                    Yes

 

Also Present:  Rich Carlson, Jim Holien, Kelli Larson, Jodi Mar, Val Steward, Mike Cleary, and Yodean Armour

 

Jill Carl read the Mission Statement.

 

            II.            OATH OF OFFICE

 

Val Steward administered the Oath of Office to Ruby Smith.

 

            III.            BOARD REORGANIZATION

 

Ruby Smith made a motion, seconded by Roseann Demmert to table the Board reorganization to the November 21st meeting.

 

Roll Call

 

Karen Cleary                        Yes

Roseann Demmert            Yes

Ruby                                     Yes

 

Motion Carried.

 

 

IV.            APPROVAL OF AGENDA

 

Ruby Smith made a motion, seconded by Roseann Demmert, to approve the agenda as presented.

 

Karen Cleary                        Yes

Rose Demmert                        Yes

Ruby Smith                        Yes

 

Motion Carried

 

            V.            PUBLIC COMMENT (Related to Agenda Items)

 

None

 

            VI.            REPORTS

A.             Board

 

None

 

B.            Student Representative – Jill Carl

 

Student Representative Jill Carl highlighted the written report.  Keilani Stockton and Jill Carl will both be serving as Co-Student Representatives this year, alternating attendance at the meeting.  There will be an informational presentation about the Chromebooks to the Tech Committee November 2.  There was an assembly today for the student body.

 

C.            Principal – Jim Holien

 

Principal Jim Holien discussed his written report.  Enrollment has been steady during the count period.  Mr. Holien has contacted nearly all kindergarten parents and they have been supportive with no negative comments regarding lengthening the Kindergarten school day.  There was a good turn-out for the Parent Teacher conferences.  Administrative transition is occurring with training for both Jim and Kelli.  Fifteen students will attend Career Day in Ketchikan and two students will attend a Construction Academy Day there as well.   Mr. Holien also highlighted upcoming events on the calendar.

 

D.            Athletic Director – Kelli Larson / Brandy Richardson

 

Athletic Director – Kelli Larson thanked the Board for sending her and Brandy Richardson to the Athletic Directors Conference.  The Region V by-laws have been included for informational purposes.

 

                        E.            Business Manager – Yodean Armour

 

Business Manager Yodean Armour briefly highlighted her report. She noted increased travel expenses under Superintendent and Fiscal due to Jim Holien traveling during this transitional time to various state-wide meetings.  The District is working with our insurance broker to comply with the new health care law requirements. We have been approved for E-rate for FY 14. Approximately $290,000 would be anticipated from Forestry Receipts under the Helium Bill that has extended the Secure Rural Schools Act has signed by the President.  This is a one-year extension, but is a 10% decrease from FY 12 levels.  A second round of sequester (5.1% decrease) will likely come into effect unless the Congress passes a budget with significant cuts. 

 

                        F.            Superintendent – Superintendent

 

Superintendent Rich Carlson discussed his report.  Administrative transitions are taking place with training time allocated to Jim Holien and Kelli Larson.  AMO’s will be released October 14 with the targets for the next six years.  These targets will require increases in the number of students proficient on standardized test by a certain percentage unique to each district every year for the next six years.  Jim Holien will provide the district’s AMO’s to the Board in a Board Update next week.  Action Items A-F are re-approvals each year for grants and e-rate compliance.  Action Item G addresses the Boards concerns to require stringent requirements for Middle School participation in activities for less than full-time students.  If passed the administration will define how the eligibility verifications would occur in an administrative regulation.  Item H is the extension of the school day for kindergarteners.  The School Improvement process will coincide with the AdvancEd accreditation process.  The next meeting is Saturday, October 12.  Mr. Carlson will be out of the district on medical leave beginning October 14 for about a week and a half.  The district is working with the insurance broker on the Affordable Health Care Act requirements.

 

            VII.            CONSENT AGENDA

A.            Approval of Minutes of September 19, 2013

                        B.            Approval of Vouchers

C.            Correspondence

                                    1.            Acknowledgement of Confidential Correspondence

Received:  None           

2.             Copy of ASAA Region V Constitution and Bylaws (Information Only)

3.            Letter from the Department of Education and Early Development Re:  Annual Measurable Objective (AMO) Targets Along with Klawock Targets for the Next Six Years

 

Roseann Demmert made a motion, seconded by Ruby Smith, to approve the Consent Agenda as presented.

 

Roll Call

 

Karen Cleary                        Yes

Roseann Demmert            Yes

Ruby Smith                        Yes

 

Motion Carried.

 

            VIII.            ACTION ITEMS

A.             Approval of BP 6161.4 (a-f):  Children Internet Protection Act (CIPA)

B.             Approval of AR 6161.4:  Security of internet System

C.             Approval of BP 6161.5 (a):  Website / Pages

D.             Approval of AR 6161.5 (a-d): Website / Pages

E.              Approval of BP 6162.75:  Internet Computer Use Contract

F.              Approval of AR 6162.75 Computer Uses

 

Ruby Smith made a motion, seconded by Roseann Demmert, to approve Action Items A – F.

 

Roll Call

 

Karen Cleary                        Yes

Roseann Demmert            Yes

Ruby Smith                        Yes

 

Motion Carried.

 

G.             Approval of BP 6145 (c):  K-8 Student Enrollment / Student Activities Participation

 

Ruby Smith made a motion, seconded by Roseann Demmert, to table to the November meeting BP 6145 (c):  K-8 Student Enrollment / Student Activities Participation.

 

Motion Carried.

 

H.             Approval to Expand the Kindergarten School Day by 40 Minutes:  Starting Second Quarter

 

Ruby Smith made a motion, seconded by Roseann Demmert, to expand the Kindergarten School Day by 40 Minutes:  Starting Second Quarter.

 

 Roll Call

 

Karen Cleary                        Yes

Roseann Demmert            Yes

Ruby Smith                        Yes

 

Motion Carried.

 

            IX.            BOARD COMMENT

 

A.            Next Meeting Date – November 21, 2013 (Audit Presentation – Tim Altman)  – Roseann Demmert indicated she will be out of town but will call in.

 

            X.            ADJOURNMENT

 

Ruby Smith made a motion, seconded by Roseann Demmert, to adjourn.

 

Motion Carried.

 

The Meeting adjourned at 5:36 pm. 

September 19, 2013

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Klawock City School District

School Board Meeting

Conference Room

September 19, 2013

5:30 PM

 

I.            CALL TO ORDER, ROLL CALL, VERIFY QUORUM, PLEDGE, READING OF MISSION STATEMENT

 

Karen Cleary called the meeting to order at 5:30 PM.

 

Roll Call

Karen Cleary                        Yes

Roseann Demmert            Yes

Mary Edenshaw                        Yes

Lisa George                        Yes

Ruby Smith                        Yes

Keilani Stockton                        Yes

 

Also present:  Rich Carlson, Val Steward, Kelli Larson, and Mike Cleary

 

Mary Edenshaw read the Missions Statement.

 

II.            APPROVAL OF AGENDA

 

Roseann Demmert made a motion, seconded by Mary Edenshaw, to approve the agenda as presented.

 

Motion Carried.

 

            III.            PUBLIC COMMENT (Related to Agenda Items)

 

None

 

            IV.            REPORTS

A.              Board – None

 

B.            Student Representative – Keilani Stockton

 

Student Representative Keilani Stockton indicated that the Student Council has had one meeting.  At that meeting the Council decided not to attend AASG Annual Conference this year.   There are two Student Council Board Representatives this year - Jill Carl and Keilani Stockton.  Ashley Tomkinson is the Treasurer.

 

C.            Principal – Jim Holien

 

Principal Jim Holien was traveling back from meetings in Anchorage and could not attend the meeting.  Superintendent Rich Carlson discussed Mr. Holien’s written report.  The enrollment is 136 to date.  The budget is based on 125.  Student tutoring for the HSGQE is underway.  SchoolMaster has been a bit overwhelming but we are making better progress than expected.  With the Board’s approval the administration would like to contact parents regarding extending the kindergarten day.  Research is strong in support of early childhood educational benefits.  Parent / Teacher Conferences are next week.  Mr. Holien and Mr. Carlson will be attending the AASA Conference next week.  Mr. Carlson also went over the activities calendar with the Board. 

 

D.            Athletic Director – Kelli Larson / Brandy Richardson

 

Athletic Director Kelli Larson discussed the written report.  The Home School participation issue was clarified.  The Back to School night went well with the assistance of parents and staff.  Our wrestlers will be coordinating with Craig for practices.  Ketchikan will be hosting a referee clinic so we are hopeful we will have additional refs certified.

 

                        E.            Business Manager – Yodean Armour

 

Business Manager Yodean Armour briefly explained her report.  The next Budget Revision will bring those items that are over budget back into line with budgeted amounts. 

 

                        F.            Superintendent – Superintendent Rich Carlson

 

Superintendent Rich Carlson discussed his report.  Mr. Carlson discussed the Action Items, explaining the reasoning behind the transfer and the approval of budgets and timelines of various capital projects.  He also explained the pros and cons of the board policy regarding allowing K-8 students who are not fully enrolled in our school to participate in our activities.  Mr. Carlson briefly discussed the PERS/TRS audit findings.  Other districts are also dealing with similar issues.  These findings will impact other state departments if the findings stand. The Commissioner of Education is aware of the various issues with which districts are dealing.  One issue is the hire of retired teachers to fill long-term subs.  This is just one of the issues in contention.  All three of the major educational attorneys in the state are all involved as well as the Attorney General’s office.  This may very well take years to sort through to a legal conclusion.   Kelli Larson has very successfully filled in for Principal Jim Holien.  Samantha Youmans has been assigned a state-wide mentor who has already met with Ms. Youmans.  Mr. Carlson would like to suggest that it is very important to continue support of Jim Holien to attend the various state-wide meetings.

 

 

            V.            CONSENT AGENDA

A.            Approval of Minutes of August 22, 2013

                        B.            Approval of Vouchers

C.            Correspondence

                                    1.            Acknowledgement of Confidential Correspondence

Received:  None

                                    2.            Letter from Senate Finance Committee Re:  Health Insurance

 

Mary Made a motion, seconded by Roseann Demmert, to approve the Consent Agenda as presented.

 

Motion Carried.

 

            VI.            ACTION ITEMS

A.             Approval to Transfer $74,798 from Capital Projects:  Gym Floor Over-Run to Capital Projects:  Major maintenance

 

B.             Approval of the FY 14 Capital Projects:  Major Maintenance / Repair – Budget / Projects and Timelines

 

C.             Approval of the FY 14 Capital Projects Van / Vehicle Replacement – Budget and Timeline           

 

D.             Approval of the Capital Projects:  Teacher Housing – Budgets / Projects / Timelines

 

E.              Approval of the FY 14 Capital Projects Technology Replacement Budget Description of Expenditures / Timelines

 

F.              Approval of the FY 14 Additional Capital Projects – Budget and Timelines (A&B)

 

Roseann Demmert made a motion, seconded by Mary Edenshaw, to approve Action items A – F.

 

Roll Call

 

Karen Cleary                        Yes                       

Roseann Demmert            Yes

Mary Edenshaw                        Yes

Lisa George                        Yes

Ruby Smith                        Yes

 

Motion Carried.

 

G.             Approval of BP 6145 (c) :  K-8 Student Enrollment / Student Activities Participation

 

Roseann Demmert made a motion, seconded by Ruby Smith, to approve BP 6145 (c):  K-8 Student Enrollment / Student Activities Participation.

 

Discussion:  The Board directed Administration to revise the proposed policy to allow partially enrolled students to follow the exact same rules of eligibility and attendance. Mr. Carlson will present a draft revised to the Board prior to the next board meeting for input. 

 

After discussion Roseann Demmert and Ruby Smith withdrew the motion.

 

            VII.            BOARD COMMENT

A.             Next Meeting Date –  October 10, 2013

B.             Ruby Smith and Mary Edenshaw are candidates in the City Elections having declared their candidacy.

C.             AASB – Rich Carlson, Jim Holien, Ruby Smith, Karen Cleary.  Roseann Demmert will make her plans known later on Friday.

 

            VIII.            ADJOURNMENT

 

Mary Edenshaw made a motion, seconded by Lisa George, to adjourn the meeting.

 

Motion Carried.

 

The meeting adjourned at 6:12 PM.  

August 22, 2013

posted Nov 26, 2013, 12:51 PM by Matt Richardson   [ updated Aug 11, 2014, 4:14 PM by KCSD IT ]

Klawock City School District

School Board Meeting

Conference Room

August 22, 2013

5:00 PM

 

I.            CALL TO ORDER, ROLL CALL, VERIFY QUORUM, PLEDGE, READING OF MISSION STATEMENT

 

Karen Cleary Called the meeting to order at 5 PM.

 

Roll Call

 

Karen Cleary                        Yes

Roseann Demmert            No – Excused traveling out of town

Mary Edenshaw                        Yes

Lisa George                        Yes

Ruby Smith                        Yes

Keilani Stockton             Yes – St. Council President – acting St. Rep.

 

Also Present:  Rich Carlson, Val Steward, Jim Holien, Kelli Larson, Mike Cleary, Brandy Richardson, Jodi Mar, and Keilani Stockton.

 

Karen Cleary read the Mission Statement.

 

II.            APPROVAL OF AGENDA

 

Mary Edenshaw made a motion, seconded by Lisa George, to approve the agenda as presented.

 

Motion Carried.

 

            III.            PUBLIC COMMENT (Related to Agenda Items)

 

None

 

            IV.            REPORTS

A.             Board

 

B.             Principal – Jim Holien

 

Principal Jim Holien highlighted his report.  We currently have 132 students enrolled to date.  The new band teacher, Samantha Youmans, is on the campus and has been participating in the In-services.  The In-services have been going well.  The SchoolMaster program, the new student information system, is up and running.  Staff is being in-serviced.  Attendance, lunch count, and grade book features are being implemented.  The next step will be first quarter grades and the family link by second semester.  There has been some discussion of lengthening the school day for our kindergarten students.  In doing that we could offer our Kindergarten students music and technology opportunities.  A decision would be made at a later date with in-put from the Board and the parents.  The district would not want to create problems for parents.  However, research demonstrates that early childhood education is of great benefit.  The Board is concerned about the long-term substitutes in several classrooms that will be needed this year.  The best option will likely be retired teachers who do not need health care as that will become an issue as we meet the requirements of the new health care laws.  The Board had no objections to administration pursuing the possibility on a longer day for Kindergarteners with parents.

 

C.             Athletic Director – Kelli Larson & Brandy Richardson

 

Athletic Director Kelli Larson discussed the upcoming events, one of which is the first Cross Country home meet since 2008.  Mrs. Larson introduced Brandy Richardson as the new Co-AD.  In compliance with the new high school home school activities laws, that information has been posted on our school website.

 

D.             Business Manager – Yodean Armour

 

Business Manager Yodean Armour was traveling.  The Board reviewed her written report.  Jodi Mar introduced Student Council President Keilani Stockton who is filling in as the interim Student Representative.  Mr. Carlson indicated that September 2, 3 and 4 will be the dates for the second portion of the FY 13 Audit. 

 

E.              Superintendent – Rich Carlson

 

Superintendent Rich Carlson highlighted his report and briefly explained the Alaska School Performance Index, which replaces AYP, to the Board.  We are a three star school, 83.18, which is just two points below the four star designation.  We will be providing the Report Card data in September once the information is provided by EED.  Mr. Carlson explained the Memorandum of Agreement that is needed to continue implementation of the SchoolMaster program over the next year.  This stipend would be divided amongst the staff who have already taken the lead in getting the system off the ground.  Action Items B – G are annual renewals of board policy for grant compliance.  Action Item H addresses the enrollment of K-8 students in activities.  Item I is a resolution honoring Carl Rose, Executive Director of AASB, who is retiring due to medical issues.  Mr. Carlson is recommending the hire of Cindy Mills as the Cook’s Assistance.  Action Item K is the approval to transfer up to $28,000 from Capital Projects to the District Housing to cover costs spent on refurbishing the Log Cabin Duplex. The Budget Revision reflects no significant changes except the “on-behalf” payments made by the state to address the retirement system shortfalls.

 

 

            V.            CONSENT AGENDA

A.             Approval of Minutes of June 27, 2013 Board meeting

B.             Approval of Vouchers

C.             Correspondence

1.     Acknowledgement of Confidential Correspondence received: None

2.     Letter from the Department of Education and Early Development approving our Special Education Improvement Plan

3.     Alaska Performance Scholarship Summary

4.     Correspondence between Karen McCarthy (Senator Lisa Murkowski) and Rich Carlson regarding funding for education.

D.             Approval to offer a one year Memorandum of Agreement for the purpose of providing support services during our transition period to School Master (new student accounting system.)

 

Ruby Smith made a motion, seconded by Mary Edenshaw, to approve the Consent Agenda as presented. 

 

Motion Carried.

 

            VI.            ACTION ITEMS

 

A.             Approval of the FY 13 Final Budget Revision (#5)

 

Mr. Carlson explained several line items in the final revision.  We have budgeted for 125 students this year with seven intensive students.  At this point we have upwards of 132 enrolled with seven students. 

 

Mary Edenshaw made a motion, seconded by Lisa George, to approve the FY 13 Final Budget Revision (#5).

 

Roll Call

 

Karen Cleary                        Yes

Mary Edenshaw                        Yes

Lisa George                        Yes

Ruby Smith                        Yes

 

Motion Carried.

 

B.              Approval of BP and AR 6171 (a-f): Title I Program

 

 

C.             Approval of BP 6175.5: Title I Parent Involvement

 

 

D.             Approval of BP 0410 (a-b): Non-Discrimination

 

 

E.              Approval of BP 6174 (a-e): Bilingual – Bicultural Education

 

 

F.              Approval of BP 6174.2 (a-d): Indian Policies and Procedures

 

 

G.             Approval of BP 6174.1 (a-f): Education of Native Children

 

Ruby Smith made a motion, seconded by Mary Edenshaw, to approve Action Items B – G. 

 

Motion Carried.

 

H.             Approval of AR 6145.1: K-8 Student Enrollment / Student Activities Participation

 

Ruby Smith made a motion, seconded by Mary Edenshaw, to approve AR 6145.1: K-8 Student Enrollment / Student Activities Participation.

 

Karen Cleary            Yes

Mary Edenshaw            No

Lisa George            Abstained

Ruby Smith            Yes

 

Motion Failed

 

I.               Approval of Resolution 2013-1:  Honoring Carl Rose

 

Ruby Smith made a motion, seconded by Mary Edenshaw, to approve Resolution 2013-1:  Honoring Carl Rose.

 

Motion Carried.

 

J.               Approval to hire Cindy Mills as the Cook’s Assistant

 

Lisa George made a motion, seconded by Mary Edenshaw, to hire Cindy Mills as the Cook’s Assistant.

 

Motion Carried.

 

K.             Approval to Transfer Up to $28,000 from the General Fund to Capital Projects:  Housing

 

Ruby Smith made a motion, seconded by Lisa George, to approve transfer of up to $28,000 from the General Fund to Capital Projects:  Housing

 

Motion Carried.

 

            VII.            BOARD COMMENT

 

A.             Next Meeting Date – September 19, 2013: School Report Card - 5:00 PM

Regular Board Meeting – 5:30 PM

 

Comments:  Audit date for November and location – plan to do audit presentation on site if possible on November 21st

 

            VIII.            ADJOURNMENT

 

Mary Edenshaw made a motion, seconded by Lisa George, to adjourn.

 

Motion Carried.

 

Meeting adjourned at 5:36 PM.

 

 

 

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