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Board Meeting  April 18, 2011

KENTON CITY SCHOOLS

BOARD OF EDUCATION

April 18, 2011

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  David Haushalter                        Time __________
  2. Roll call of membersHaushalter________McCullough______Baird______Blue______Brim_______

  3. Pledge of Allegiance
  4. Approval and/or correction of the minutes of the regular meeting of March 21, 2011.Motion to accept ____________Second__________Vote_____________

  5. Principal/Supervisor/Faculty Reports

a.  High School –  JROTC

b.  Middle School –

c.  Elementary –

d.  Curriculum –

e.  Technology – Ryan Collins

f.  Cafeteria Report included in packet

6.        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.

b.

c.

7.  Reports of Treasurer

a.  Cash position report of March 31, 2011.

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____________

d.  Treasurer’s communications –

8.  Superintendent’s reports/communications

a.

b.

c.

d.

e.

9.  Board Committee Reports

a. Facilities Committee

b. Policy Committee

10.  Old Business

a.

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

11.  New Business

a.  Go into executive session to discuss the employment discipline, and/or dismissal of public employees.

Motion to accept __________       Second ___________       Vote _________

Time In __________                                                       Time Out __________

b.  Approve employment of Teachers – Contracts for the 2011-2012 School year.

CONTINUING CONTRACTS:

Anne Eley                Nicholas Stuck

Terry Rowe                Allison Haver

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

LIMITED TWO (2) YEAR CONTRACTS

Amy Boone                                            Richard Eyestone

Tom McBrayer                                        Elizabeth Horner

Danielle Raszka                                Deb McEntee

Jeremy Reed                                        Ryan Ludwig

Sue Buroker                                        David Clifford

Sally Ganger                                        Traci Jones

Michelle Gammon

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

LIMITED ONE (1) YEAR CONTRACTS

Meghan Smith

Kathy Abbott

Lori Vandeborne

Katie Ketcham

Alicia Fetter

Katie Park

Andrea Schneider

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

c.  Approve that the Non-employee Supplemental contracts be non-renewed no later than the final day of the                 2010-2011 school year or end of the season, which ever is first.

Brian Petty – High School Asst. Boys Soccer Coach
Mark Schwemer – High School Girls Soccer Coach
Ashlee Worthington – Majorette Advisor
Krystal Strahm – Flag Corp Advisor
John Hines – High School Musical Director/Top 20 Assistant
Cory Brunow – 8th Grade Asst. Football Coach
Pete Brunow – 7th Grade Head Football Coach
Micah Smith – 7th Grade Assistant Football Coach
Julie Dearing – Middle School Head Volleyball

Amanda Wells – High School Girls Tennis
Matt McCullough – JV Boys Basketball Coach
Bill Lawrence – High School Assistant Girls Basketball Coach Bill Lawrence – High School Head Softball Ryan Cahill – JV Girls Basketball Coach

Ken Risner – 8th Grade Girls Basketball Coach
D.J. Underwood – 7th Grade Boys Basketball Coach  (1/2)
Shawn Dobbins – High School Asst. Track (1/2)

David Cosart – 7th Grade Boys Basketball Coach (1/2)
Shawn Moore – 7th Grade Girls Basketball Coach
T. J. Legge – 8th Grade Boys Basketball Coach (1/2)
Zach Parshall – 8th Grade Boys Basketball Coach (1/2)
Ron Klesmit – High School Head Wrestling Coach
T. J. Walls – High School Assistant Wresting Coach
Merrill Kaufman – High School Head Swimming Coach
Kim Kaufman – High School Assistant Swimming Coach
Ryan Cahill – High School Assistant Trach Coach (1/2)
Dave Stuck – High School Assistant Track Coach (1/2)
Meghan Manns – Middle School Head Track Coach
Chad West – Middle School Assistant Track Coach
David Cosart – High School Boys Tennis Coach
Ashley Titus – Freshman Winter Cheerleader Advisor
Kristen Camper-Perkins – High School Winter Cheerleader Advisor        (1/2)
Kristen Camper-Perkins – Freshman Fall Cheerleader Advisor
Brittany Martin – Middle School Fall Cheerleader Advisor
Brittany Martin – Middle School Winter Cheerleader Advisor
Nathalie Bullock – Ticket Manager

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

d.  Accept the written resignation for the following Employee Supplemental Contract positions.

Deb Bartlett –   KHS FallCheerleader Advisor                                                                                              KHS Winter Cheerleader Advisor (1/2)

e.  Approve the following volunteers for the 2010-2011 school year, contingent upon required paperwork.  (BCI,                   FBI, Sports Medicine, CPR, Activity Certificate, etc.)

Parent volunteers for Washington DC trip:

Kate Lombardo, Theresa Kahler

Brad Molk – Volunteer

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

f.  Approve the resignation of Janet McCreary, Integration Technology Coach at the Middle School, effective at the                 completion of the 2010-2011 contract year.  This position was a grant funded position.

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

g.  Approval of Substitutes for the 2010-2011 school year contingent upon proper certification/training, BCI, FBI                 checks, etc.

Michelle Hicks – Sub Teacher

Rozina Eikenbary – Sub Secretary

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

h.  Approve the JROTC Jr./Sr. trip to Boston leaving  April 21, 2011 and returning April 25,2011.

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

i.  Recognition of Teacher Appreciation Week, May 2 – 6 , 2011

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

j.  Approve the 2011 Kenton High School Football Summer Football out of state Camp.

June 25, 2011         – Notre Dame 7 on 7 at South Bend, IN

July 15-16, 2011 – Music City Classic at Vanderbilt at Nashville, TN

July 21-23, 2011 – Select 7 on 7 National Tournament in Hoover, AL

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

k.  Adopt/revise/replace the following Board of Education Policies:

PROGRAM

2260 Nondiscrimination and Access to equal Educational opportunity

2260.01 Section 504/ADA – Prohibition against discrimination based on disability.

2370 Educational options

PROFESSIONAL STAFF

3122 Nondiscrimination and equal employment opportunity

3430.03 Call to active duty leave

CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES

4122 Nondiscrimination and equal employment opportunity

4430.03 Call to active duty leave

STUDENTS

5111.01 Homeless students

5111.02 Educational opportunity for military children

5517.01 Bullying and other forms of aggressive behavior

OPERATIONS

8450 Control of casual-contact communicable diseases

RELATIONS

9160 Public attendance at school events

BYLAWS

0160 Voting

ADMINISTRATION

1613 Student supervision and welfare

PROGRAM

2412 Homebound instruction program

2461 Recording of IEP team meetings

PROFESSIONAL STAFF

3213 Student supervision and welfare (replacement)

3215 Use of tobacco by professional staff

CLASSIFIED STAFF

4213 Student supervision and welfare

4215 Use of tobacco by classified staff

STUDENTS

5200 Attendance

5512 Use of tobacco

5751 Parental Married Status of Students

FINANCES

6231 Appropriations and Spending Plan

6320 Purchases

6460 Vendor Relations

PROPERTY

7434 Use of tobacco on school premises

7540 Computer technology and networks

7540.03 Student network and Internet acceptable use and safety

7540.04 Staff network and Internet acceptable use and safety

OPERATIONS

8431 Preparedness for Toxic Hazard and Asbestos Hazard

8500 Food Services

8550 Competitive Food Sales

RELATIONS

9160 Public Attendance at School Events

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

l.  Approve the motion to move the first Football Game against Coldwater to Sunday, August 28, 2011 at 6:00 p.m. at Coldwater.  (rescheduled from August 26, 2011)

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

m.  Approve the “Quote” for Northwood Elementary repairs:  Take out caulking around chimney and re-caulk.  Fix T-bar under edge of gym and re-caulk that area.  Repair hole in the roof with cement and fabric.

Supplier:  5-C Roofing Professionals, Inc.

Cost:         $575.00

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

n.  Approve the “Quote” for Espy Elementary roof repair with metal (aluminum) and repair edge with roof cement and fabric.

Supplier:  5-C Roofing Professionals, Inc.

Cost:         $650.00

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

o.  Approve the “Quote” for Middle School repair of center court upper classroom wall on east face re-tucked.  Grind out 5 feet from top of wall down.

Supplier:  5-C Roofing Professionals, Inc.

Cost:         $7,588.00

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

p.  Approve the “Quote” for Middle School repair:  Tear apart hall wall where cap and wall broke loose.  Cap and re-lay first brick and cap (about a 10 foot length)

Supplier:  5-C Roofing Professionals, Inc.

Cost:         $1,275.00

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

q.  Approve the “Quote” for student parking lot at the High School:  West entrance grind & pave; 115’x45’, 50’x12’;  east entrance seal 63’x124’;   sweep & patch rest of lot.

Supplier:  Hardin County Engineer

Total Base Wages $673.12

Total Material Estimate: $5,675.00

Total Equipment Estimate: $472.00

Grand Total Estimated Project Cost:  $6,820.12

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

r.  Approve the “Quote” for Drive by Tennis Courts at High School:  East end of drive 42×30 patch and seal.

Supplier:  Hardin County Engineer

Total Base Wages $51.78

Total Material Estimate: $180.00

Total Equipment Estimate: $48.50

Grand Total Estimated Project Cost:  $280.28

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

s.  Approve the “Quote” for Jr. High:  Patch spot by wood shop.

Supplier:  Hardin County Engineer

Total Base Wages $16.18

Total Material Estimate: $30.00

Total Equipment Estimate: $5.50

Grand Total Estimated Project Cost:  $51.68

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

t.  Approve the “Quote” for Eastcrest building:  Extend new lot east and double shoot.

Supplier:  Hardin County Engineer

Total Base Wages $168.28

Total Material Estimate: $1450.00

Total Equipment Estimate: $258.00

Grand Total Estimated Project Cost:  $1,876.28

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

u.  Approve the “Quote” for Bus Garage:  Patch and seal;  west side 155×25;  bus parking 130×22.

Supplier:  Hardin County Engineer

Total Base Wages $84.14

Total Material Estimate: $762.50

Total Equipment Estimate: $97.00

Grand Total Estimated Project Cost:  $943.64

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

v.  Approve the “Quote” for Hardin Central:  Pave spot by basketball court 8’x50’ and seal east side 160’x50’.

Supplier:  Hardin County Engineer

Total Base Wages $133.76

Total Material Estimate: $975.00

Total Equipment Estimate: $258.00

Grand Total Estimated Project Cost:  $1,366.76

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

w.  Approve the “Quote” for Espy elementary:  East lot seal 8’x50’x150’.

Supplier:  Hardin County Engineer

Total Base Wages $67.96

Total Material Estimate: $850.00

Total Equipment Estimate: $86.00

Grand Total Estimated Project Cost:  $1,003.96

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

x.  Approve the “Quote” for Northwood Elementary:  Seal spot at entrance 8’x30’x40’.

Supplier:  Hardin County Engineer

Total Base Wages $84.14

Total Material Estimate: $137.50

Total Equipment Estimate: $86.00

Grand Total Estimated Project Cost:  $307.64

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

y.  Approve the “Quote” for Oaklief:  Pave front of building 34×40 @ seal parking lot 53×180, rebase 12×20;  10×4.

Supplier:  Hardin County Engineer

Total Base Wages $437.96

Total Material Estimate: $2364.50

Total Equipment Estimate: $532.

Grand Total Estimated Project Cost:  $3,334.46

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

z.  Approve motion for High School gymnasium renovations.  Painting of gym walls, new WBL Banners, Artists Mural of Wildcat, sanding, refinishing, and painting of gym floor.  (No monies will be taken out of the general fund to pay for this renovation.)

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

aa.  Approve the upgraded Dental Plan effective May 1, 2011.  (Benefits summary attached.)

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

bb.  Approve the following purchase order(s) that are over the $10,000.

Superintendent limit:

#09495 to Blanchard Valley Farmers Cooperative for 7,500 gallons of diesel fuel in the amount of $25,563.75.

#110057 to Medicare in the amount of $14,255.91.

#110058 to State Teachers Retirement System for 1st half of April in the amount of $46,917.00.

#11059 for State Employees Retirement System for 1st half of April in the amount of $15,616.00.

#110060

* Educational Service Center contract on 1st half of April State Foundation in the amount of $36,131.03.

* Community School tuition’s on 1st half of April State Foundation in the amount of $88,832.54.

* Open enrollment tuition’s on 1st half of April State Foundation in the amount of $26,464.29.

* Pass adjustment for 1st half of April State Foundation in the amount of $2,345.53.

Total amount of Purchase order:  $88,832.54.

#110102 for Medical Insurance in the amount of $182,453.79.

#110103 for Dental Insurance in the amount of $11,992.06.

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote____________

13.  Motion to Adjourn                                Time_______________

Motion to accept ______________    Second __________ Vote __________

The next Board of Education meeting will be held on Monday, May 16, 2011 at

7:00 p.m .

ADDENDUM

cc.  Approve the last day for students as Monday, June 6, 2011 with a one (1) hour early dismissal.  Teacher work day                 will be Tuesday, June 7, 2011.

Motion to accept ______________    Second __________ Vote __________

dd.  Approve the Great Ohio Bicycle Adventure (GOBA) the use of 3 buses to transport GOBA participants to/from                 the Courthouse and fairgrounds on Saturday, July 18 2011.

Motion to accept ______________    Second __________ Vote __________

ee.  Approve the following volunteer for the 2010-2011 school year, contingent upon required paperwork.  (BCI,                   FBI, Sports Medicine, CPR, Activity Certificate, etc.)

Rick Collins – KMS Track volunteer

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote________

ff.  Approve Ellen Sheldon for a Limited one (1) year Teachers Contract.

Motion to accept____________Second____________Vote________