KENTON CITY SCHOOLS

BOARD OF EDUCATION

“ TENTATIVE “

July 20, 2009

Regular Meeting 7:00 p.m.

Administration Building

222 West Carrol Street

Kenton, OH 43326

MISSION STATEMENT

Learning Is The Bridge To Success

  1. Call to order – President ___________________ Time __________
  2. Roll call of membersBaird______Blue______Brim______Haudenschield______Wilkerson__
  3. Pledge of Allegiance
  4. Approval and/or correction of the minutes of the regular meeting of June 15, 2009.Motion to accept ____________Second__________Vote_____________
  5. Principal/Supervisor/Faculty Reports
    1. High School
    2. Middle School
    3. Elementary Curriculum
    4. Technology
    5. Cafeteria Report

Motion to accept__________Second__________Vote_________

  1. The public participation section of the Board of Education’s Agenda is specifically designated for the public to address the Board with their compliments, concerns and/or questions. The Board welcomes your comments. If you wish to address the Board regarding a problem, the Board would remind you of two things. First, your comments should be factual and respectful of the rights of others. Second, before coming to the Board with a specific

problem, you should have first addressed the problem with the

appropriate teacher, staff member or administrator.

a. Maggie Turnbull, Lima Area Health Education Center

b.

c.

d.

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

7. Reports of Treasurer

a. Cash position report of June 30, 2009.

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

b. Review of accounts payable (check register).

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

c. Investment report

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

8. Superintendent’s reports/communications

a.

b.

c.

d.

e.

9. Board Committee Reports

a.

10. Old Business

a.

11. New Business

a. Approval of Resolution for Kenton City Schools to participate in 2010 Group Rating Program for Workers Compensation.

PROVIDER: Gates McDonald Projected Individual Premium $102,964.00 Projected Group Rating Premium $ 46,292.00 PROJECTED GROUP SAVINGS $ 56,672.00

Enrollment Fee: $ 2, 246.00

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

b. Approve the High School and Preschool handbook changes for the 2009-2010 school year.

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

c. Approve of Substitute(s) for the 2009-2010 School Year contingent upon proper Certification/training, BCI, FBI check, etc.

Teacher – Kelsey Wilcox

Teacher – Courtney Boecher

Secretary – Kandace Rodgers

Educational Aide – Marsha Gardner

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

d. Approve the permanent status of John Dean, Custodian at KHS, effective

July 10, 2009.

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

e. Motion to approve the calculation of salary for Msg. David Clifford as JROTC Instructor for the 2008-2009 school year to be $39,146.80.

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

f. Motion to approve that in subsequent years that the salary for all JROTC personnel will be in accordance with U.S. Department of Defense regulations as follows: the difference between the employee’s retirement or retainer pay and the amount of active duty pay and allowances that the employee would receive if recalled to active duty, such salary is to be prorated anytime a partial year is worked.

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

g. Approve the Alumni Soccer game to be held on August 16, 2009 with a Spaghetti dinner Fund raiser afterwards for the YMCA.

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

h. Approve the following purchase order(s) that are over the $10,000. Superintendent limit:

#294 to Huntington Private Financial for Medical Insurance in the amount of $160,129.45.

#295 TO Huntington Private Financial for Dental Insurance in the amount of $13,297.43.

#298 to Medicare in the amount of $10, 072.67.

#301 to State Employee Retirement System for 2nd half of June in the amount of $13,756.00.

#302 to State Teachers Retirement System for 2nd half of June in the amount of $52,448.00.

#303 to Foundation Fees for 2nd half of June in the amount of $34,769.69.

#5419 to Madison-Champaign Educational Service Center for instruction and aide services for the end of FY09 in the amount of $46,410.70.

#5449 to Hardin County Board of MR/DD for instructor assistant for school age Jan. through August 2008 in the amount of $13,483.02.

#5471 to Key Supply, Inc. for copy paper for the district in the amount of $21,400.00.

#5475 to Hardin County Educational Service Center for final 08/09 Program costs in the amount of $31,678.27.

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

12. Motion to Adjourn Time______________

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

ADDENDUM TO BOARD MEETING

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________