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September 21, 2015 Board of Education Meeting Minutes

 

September 21, 2015

 

 

CALL TO ORDER

The regular meeting of the Board of Education of the Parishville-Hopkinton Central School District was called to order at 7:31 P.M. by President W. Remington in the conference room on the above date.

 

 

ROLL CALL

 

Present: J. McGill, B. Remington, W. Remington, H. Simmons, D. Taylor, R. White, W. Witherell, J. Young, T. Zellweger, and Mr. Saiff.

 

Absent: None.

 

Others: K. Baker, O. Brockway, E. Casey, C. Converse, M. Converse, W. Converse, V. Doll, M. Hann, S. Hartson, A. Mason, D. Pcolar, B. Reid, A. Rider-Mitchell, and M. Robinson.

 

 

QUORUM

Quorum of five established.

 

 

QUESTIONS FROM PUBLIC & PRESS

Mr. William Converse was in attendance to comment on the Girls’ Basketball Coach positions. W. Converse stated he felt that A. Mason and A. Rider-Mitchell could instill in the teams more of what parents and residents of the District are looking for. He said that “All three [coaches] can hold a practice and field a team, but two can teach life lessons.” A. Mason introduced himself and explained his coaching experience. Mr. Mason noted he had worked with Amy Rider-Mitchell with the school’s Biddy basketball program. A Mason stated he had spoken with Mr. Robert Stewart when he served as the District’s Athletic Director, as well as with Mr. Saiff indicating his interest in coaching Girls’ Basketball. A. Rider-Mitchell stated to the Board that she, too, was interested in coaching Girls’ Basketball. She said that she felt she was capable of coaching at the Varsity level, but would also coach at the Modified level. A. Rider-Mitchell expressed her support for A. Mason and stated that she would be pleased to have him coach Modified Girls’ Basketball if the Varsity Girls’ Basketball Coach position were to go to someone other than herself. W. Remington thanked W. Converse, A. Mason, and A. Rider-Mitchell.

 

 

STUDENT/TEACHER RECOGNITION

Ms. Reid exclaimed to the Board that the District was very lucky to hire one of its former Reading Interns to fill Rose Rivezzi’s position in the Reading Room. Ms. Reid introduced Erin Casey and stated that the Reading Room was up and running and that it was a program of which to be proud. B. Reid also introduced the 2015-2016 Reading Interns, Kaitlyn Baker and Olivia Brockway. Ms. Reid noted that K. Baker student taught in the District last spring and also worked as a substitute teacher. B. Reid stated that K. Baker and O. Brockway are currently in the Literacy Specialist Graduate program at SUNY Potsdam and that Kaitlyn student taught at the District last spring with Rebecca Rose. W. Remington thanked E. Casey and the Interns for attending.

 

 

 

K. Baker, O. Brockway, and E. Casey left the meeting at 7:38 P.M.

 

 

No. 2016-039

MINUTES

Motion made by J. Young and seconded by T. Zellweger to approve the Minutes of the August 17, 2015, regular meeting as delivered to Board Members. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2016-040

TREAS. REPORTS

 

Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by W. Witherell to approve the Treasurer’s Reports showing an available balance on hand as of June 30, 2015, as follows:

General Fund $33,457.69

School Lunch Fund 12,320.34

School Lunch Savings 40,802.42

Federal Fund 5,323.25

Trust & Agency Fund -0-

Payroll Fund -0-

Risk Retention (Property Loss Reserve – CLASS) 45,007.50

Extra-Class Activities Fund 76,666.33

 

As of July 31, 2015, as follows:

General Fund $51,573.57

School Lunch Fund 10,669.24

School Lunch Savings 40,803.12

Federal Fund 2,151.54

Trust & Agency Fund 840.50

Payroll Fund -0-

Risk Retention (Property Loss Reserve – CLASS) 45,007.88

Extra-Class Activities Fund 80,849.49

 

And as of August 31, 2015, as follows:

General Fund $295,471.47

School Lunch Fund 9,653.48

School Lunch Savings 40,803.81

Federal Fund -0-

Trust & Agency Fund 1,927.80

Payroll Fund -0-

Risk Retention (Property Loss Reserve – CLASS) 45,008.26

Extra-Class Activities Fund 80,850.18

9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

UPDATE ON BOOKS… THEN THE BEACH

Ms. Reid reviewed with the Board a report on the table from Christopher Brand summarizing the summer 2015 Books… Then the Beach program. B. Reid noted there was high attendance this year, due to having invited more students to participate in the program. B. Reid thanked Mr. Brand and Ms. Rebecca Rose for their outstanding work with the students. H. Simmons stated a community member had asked her if a food Backpacking program was available during the summer when school is closed. Ms. Reid responded that she intended to look into that in the spring, and establishing a community connection to extend the program to include summer months.

 

 

No. 2016-041

EARLY RELEASE REQUEST/PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES

 

Mr. Saiff reminded the Board that this item was tabled at the August meeting so that Ms. Reid could confer with other principals regarding their districts’ Parent-Teacher Conference days. Mr. Saiff stated historically, the Parishville-Hopkinton district has had two half-days in the fall and two half-days in the spring, but in recent years reduced the spring conferences from two days to one. Mr. Saiff noted this has worked well, but lost instructional time is still a concern. Ms. Reid stated she spoke with administration from Brasher Falls, Colton-Pierrpont, Potsdam, and Malone Central School Districts and with the exception of one school, these districts also host two half-days in the fall, with some districts conducting Parent-Teacher conferences later in the evening. Ms. Reid noted that Malone Central School has one early dismissal in the fall and conducts conferences from 11:30 A.M. through 8:00 P.M. Unfortunately, B. Reid noted, this leaves teachers with only ten minutes with each family. Overall, Ms. Reid determined, there seemed to be a standard of two early dismissals in the fall at other school districts as well.

 

Based upon the original recommendation of the Superintendent, Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by D. Taylor to approve a request from B. Reid for early releases (11:40 A.M.) for students in grades K-6 on November 23 and 24, 2015, as well as on April 28, 2016 for the purpose of conducting parent-teacher conferences. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2016-042

BOARD POLICY/ PARENTS’ BILL OF RIGHTS FOR DATA PRIVACY AND SECURITY

Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by W. Witherell to approve the Parents’ Bill of Rights for Data Privacy and Security, as presented and attached. Mr. Saiff reminded the Board that this document ensures protection of identifiable information of students and the rights of parents for that information, which is protected by law. Mr. Saiff added that this policy includes protection for third-party vendors as well to ensure the information is not disclosed and used for solicitation of students and parents. This is the second reading required for Policy adoption. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2016-043

SCHEDULE APPROVAL

Motion made by J. Young and seconded by W. Witherell to approve the following schedules for audit and payment for:

June, 2015:

General Fund $415,318.84

School Lunch Fund 10,253.35

Federal Fund 808.82

Trust & Agency 287,346.49

Capital Fund 2,254.83

 

July, 2015:

General Fund $233,354.94

School Lunch Fund 817.30

Federal Fund 135.70

Trust & Agency 31,838.87

Capital Fund 600.00

 

and August, 2015:

General Fund $251,491.79

School Lunch Fund 1,035.84

Federal Fund 8,301.33

Trust & Agency 28,022.97

Capital Fund N/A

9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2016-044

BUDGET TRANSFERS

 

Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by J. Young to authorize the Business Manager to make the necessary budgetary transfers as attached for the Months of June, July, and August, 2015. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2016-045

BUDGET REPORTS

Motion made by J. Young and seconded by T. Zellweger to accept the Budget Reports for the Months of June, July, and August, 2015, covering the period from July 1, 2015, through August 31, 2015. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

AUDIT REPORT

UPDATE

Mr. Saiff noted that Sherry Furgison will have the complete audit ready for presentation at the Audit Committee Meeting scheduled for 7:00 P.M. on October 19, 2015.

 

 

CAPITAL PROJECT UPDATE

Mr. Saiff noted that one of the Board goals of the previous year was to complete a Five-Year Building Conditions Survey of the District’s buildings and campus systems. As part of the survey, tentative expiration dates were given to the systems. For example, most roofing systems are acceptable for twenty years. A new roofing system would degrade by five years each time a Five-Year Building Conditions Survey is completed.

 

Mr. Saiff stated the Building Conditions Survey (hereafter referred to as BCS) for the District yielded a long list of work that should be completed. The BCS, he said, will serve as the basis of a new capital project, prioritizing areas that need tending to. The work would encompass three considerations: student need, student safety, and the amount the community can tolerate financially. Mr. Saiff asked the Board if any members would be interested in participating in a subcommittee to prioritize the work list and look at costs. D. Taylor, J. Young, and T. Zellweger expressed interest. Mr. Saiff noted the time between the New York State Education Department approval of a project and the actual construction time is approximately eleven months. He indicated the cost projections were for 2018 and 2020 construction.

 

Mr. Saiff said that he would confer with Charles Bastian to determine the funds that can be applied given the District’s capital reserve. Mr. Saiff said he would present those findings to the Board in October. Mr. Saiff noted he would investigate the monetary aspects of the project both with and without cost to the community.

 

R. White shared that he had heard complaints about the soccer field. He also acknowledged that the playground is in need of renovation. Mr. Saiff responded the BCS did give a projection for plaining and drainage of athletic fields and a playground upgrade. Mr. Saiff said he would investigate what portion of a project can be outside of the educational realm.

 

W. Remington informed the rest of the Board that there is aid available for smaller projects, and that projects can be rolled over. He noted that it may take longer to get from point A to B, but there would be less cost to the District. Mr. Remington cited the Capital Outlay Projects – projects that can cost up to $100,000 with the aid being recoupable the following year rather than over fifteen years.

 

 

FINAL EXAM UPDATE

V. Doll presented to the Board a PowerPoint presentation summarizing the information from last 5 years of Regents scores. Ms. Doll said that the one thing she noticed overall was that the scores were very high. V. Doll listed the Regents offered at the District and noted Mastery and Proficiency rates for each.

 

Ms. Doll revealed that 100% of students that took the Living Environment Regents passed. However, she said, the goal is to have more students pass the exam at a mastery level. For the Chemistry Regents, all students again passed. Thirteen percent of those exam test takers were at mastery level. V. Doll noted this was a clear improvement from the previous year’s results. In Earth Science, the number of students that did not pass the exam was very low. Ms. Doll stated that a goal of educators is to always have proficiency at 100%. Four students took the Physics Regents, and 100% were at mastery level.

 

V. Doll shared that students taking English Language Arts Regents exams did very well in the 2014-2015 school year, especially considering the implementation of Common Core State Standards in this area. Although students are still adjusting, said Ms. Doll, students taking these exams went from 20% below proficiency (failing) to only 11 percent. Ms. Doll said that the initiatives that were implemented are helping to increase scores. Geometry, she noted, was the most stable of all test scores. Ms. Doll stated that all students that took this exam scored proficient. Of those students that took the exam, 67% were at mastery. Only two percent of students taking the Integrated Algebra Regents were below proficiency. Ms. Doll explained that students were no longer accelerated in Algebra. Students are now moving through each course so that skills build sequentially. In the Common Core State Standards Algebra Regents, a higher number of students achieved mastery scores. Ms. Doll noted this was taken from a small sample size, and that she expects that number to change after this year’s exams as students will not be accelerated, and therefore not included in the cohort. Students that took the Algebra and Trigonometry Regents all obtained proficient scores or higher, a result shown to be fairly consistent with years past.

 

For United States History and Government, 67% of students were at mastery level. In Global Studies, only 9% of test takers scored below proficiency. Ms. Doll stated this was a better percentage than in prior years.

 

In summation, V. Doll said she and the High School faculty would continue to develop the Board of Education building level goals to provide necessary resources and materials aligned with Common Core State Standards to teacher and students with the goal of preparing students for college and career; and to embed independent learning, close reading, and continue with the academic vocabulary instruction. There is a four-teacher building level team that will assist in implementing these initiatives.

 

Mr. Saiff added notes from the Superintendent’s Opening Day Presentation. He stated that when comprising teachers’ Annual Professional Performance Reviews, all state exams and Regents assessments are taken into account. Mr. Saiff said that New York State assessments are beginning to show higher proficiency rates as teachers are becoming more familiar and students are progressing to the next grade with the foundation of the previous year’s Common Core Curriculum. There has been a respectable increase in proficiency compared with the baseline data collected from the 2012-2013 school year. Mr. Saiff shared that in normalizing all assessments into the four-point scale, the average level of achievement in 2014-2015 was 2.96 compared with 2.57 in the 2013-2015 school year. Mr. Saiff said that compared to other districts, Parishville-Hopkinton students and teachers are doing very well; the District ranked 2nd of out 18 in our BOCES region for ELA scores and 1st in Math for 2014-2015. He also said that other school districts were working hard themselves and collaborating with the District to improve the success of all students. W. Remington thanked V. Doll and Mr. Saiff.

 

 

No. 2016-046

TAX ROLL ERRORS

Based upon the recommendations of the Real Property Tax Office, Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by D. Taylor to approve to correction of two tax roll errors. The first error involved property owned by Michelle Mashaw-Ayling. The error is due to the Assessor’s failure to enter the Enhanced Star Exemption on the assessment roll. Once the Enhanced STAR exemption was applied, the result was a reduction of taxes in the amount of $770.00. The second error involved property owned by Brandee Burdett (LC). This parcel should have received a Basic Star Exemption on the tax roll. Due to assessor error, it was not included and the difference in the bill without the Star Exemption and the new bill with the exemption applied was $414.60. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2016-047

READING INTERNS/
K. BAKER/
O. BROCKWAY

Mr. Saiff stated that two full-time Reading Interns had been selected for the 2015-2016 school year. Mr. Saiff noted that their selection came at the end of August, and both have been interning with Miss Erin Casey since the beginning of the school year. Based upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by J. Young to approve two Reading Intern appointments at the elementary school for the 2015-2016 school year retroactive to September 1, 2015. Miss Kaitlyn Baker and Miss Olivia Brockway will intern for full school days and will each receive a stipend of $10,000. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2016-048

KITCHEN AIDE/SERVER/
L. HUTCHINS

Based on the recommendation of the Superintendent, Motion made by J. Young and seconded by T. Zellweger to appoint Leane Hutchins to the position of Kitchen Aide/Server for 3 hours per day at the rate of $9.21 per hour, effective September 22, 2015. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2016-049

CAFETERIA/RECESS MONITOR/S. ANDRUS

Based on the recommendation of the Superintendent, Motion made by J. Young and seconded by T. Zellweger to appoint Sarah Andrus to the position of Cafeteria/Recess Monitor for 3 hours per day at the rate of $9.00 per hour, effective September 22, 2015. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2016-050

BUS DRIVER/C. THOMAS

Based on the recommendation of the Superintendent, Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by J. Young to appoint Calvan Thomas to the position of FTE Bus retroactive to September 1, 2015. C. Thomas’ appointment would be probationary for a period of one year, commencing September 1, 2015 and ending September 1, 2016. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2016-051

ADDITIONAL 2015-2016 COACHING/

ADVISOR REC./M. WALTER/J. STORIE/

Based upon the recommendations of the Athletic Director and the Superintendent, Motion made by TZ and seconded by HS to approve the following additional coaching/advisor appointments for the 2015-2016 school year pending proper certification: Michael Walter – Boys’ Varsity Basketball Coach; Justin Storie – Boys’ Modified Basketball Coach; Tony Engstrom – Boys’ Varsity Baseball Coach; Jason Felix – Boys’ Modified Baseball Coach; Justin Storie – Girls’ Varsity Softball Coach; and Christopher Brand – Girls’ Modified Softball Coach. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2016-052

ADDITIONAL 2015-2016 LIST OF SUBSTITUTES

Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by W. Witherell to accept the attached comprehensive list of individuals interested in substitute work for the 2015-2016 school year. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2016-053

SPORTS MERGER REQUEST/BOYS’ MODIFIED AND VARSITY BASEBALL

Mr. Saiff stated he had received a letter from Mr. Joseph Kardash requesting a sports merger in Baseball for the Spring 2016 season. Based on the recommendation of the Superintendent, Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by D. Taylor to approve a sports merger in Modified and Varsity Baseball with Colton-Pierrepont Central School for the 2016 season, and to authorize Mr. Saiff to contact the District with the appropriate paperwork to be forwarded to Section X. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2016-054

2015-2016 BOARD GOALS

The Board of Education reviewed a list of proposed goals for the 2015-2016 school year as developed by the Board Goals Committee comprised of W. Remington, D. Taylor, J. Young, T. Zellweger, B. Reid, V. Doll, and Mr. Saiff. The proposed Board Goals are as follows:

 

  • Data Driven Instruction – Continue with the K-6 initiative for developing data driven instructional methods (DDI), build on the math focus in the 2014-2015 school year, and incorporate English Language Arts during the 2015-2016 school year.

 

  • Common Core State Standards – Provide necessary resources and materials aligned with the CCSS to teachers and students with the goal of preparing students to be college and career ready. To embed independent learning, close reading, and continue with the academic vocabulary instruction at the Junior and Senior-High School level.

 

  • Special Education – Coordinate services for the Committee for Pre-School Special Education students (ages 3-5). This process involves student evaluation, eligibility determination, coordination of special education services, and oversight of IEP requirements for pre-school special education students.

 

  • Capital Improvements – Review the 2015 Building Conditions Survey and use the information therein to plan the next Capital Improvement project, and the District’s long range capital improvement plan. To work with the District’s financial advisors and Business Manager to determine the feasible financial scope of the project, and then to use the BCS to prioritize and plan the work to be completed.

 

  • Technology Plan and Smart Schools Bond Act – Complete and have accepted the District’s Technology Plan Survey as required by SED. Once approved, the SMART funds will be applied to a “one to one” computer to student program whereby students will be assigned a computing device, based on a plan developed collaboratively with the District’s Technology Committee. Other initiatives to be funded by the SMART funds include technology support, professional development, hardware purchases, school bus internet access for students, and security upgrades to the school’s camera system.

 

Mr. Saiff thanked the sub-committee for attending and explained each goal briefly on behalf of the Board Goals Committee.

 

Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by D. Taylor to approve the attached list of Board of Education Goals for the 2015-2016 school year. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried. Mr. Saiff will update the Board on progress that has been made towards these goals at the February Board Meeting.

 

 

No. 2016-055

SAFE SCHOOL PLAN, REVISED 2015

Motion made by J. Young and seconded T. Zellweger to approve the attached Safe School Plan, Revised September 2015. 9 in favor, 0 opposed. Carried.

 

 

 

No. 2016-056

WILDERNESS STUDIES AND BACKYARD GEOLOGY OVERNIGHT TRIP REQUESTS

Motion made by J. Young and seconded by T. Zellweger to approve the following proposed educational overnight trips as attached; Mr. Glenn Clark’s three overnight trips with locations to be determined to take place in the second semester (one trip May 2nd through 3rd, another June 6th through 8th, and a third two-day, one-night trip at a date to be determined) and Mr. Michael Walter’s proposed Geology trip to Crystal Grove Mine, near Lassellsville, New York, on October 7th through 8th, 2015. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2016-057

MUSIC OVERNIGHT TRIP REQUEST

Motion made by J. Young and seconded by H. Simmons to approve an overnight Music Trip to New York City as attached from April 8th through 10th, 2016. Mr. Saiff explained that this year the Music department has proposed to combine with participating music teachers and students at St. Lawrence Central to reduce the cost. The Board reviewed a proposed itinerary provided by Don Cannamela. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2016-058

DONATION FROM PTSA

Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by D. Taylor to accept a donation from the Parent-Teacher-Student Association in the amount of $100.00 to permit the nurse to purchase clothing for students who may need a change of clothing while at school. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2016-059

CPSE/CSE RECOMMENDATIONS

Based upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Motion made by J. Young and seconded by T. Zellweger to approve the recommendation of the CSE for one student as attached. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

PRINCIPALS’ UPDATES

 

 

B. Reid shared with the Board that the school year began with a very smooth start. She added that new initiatives would be a focus at the elementary updates to the Board of Education in 2015-2016. Regarding the 2014-2015 Data Driven Instruction Board of Education goal, Ms. Reid stated that students in Grades 3-6 will participate in more writing so as to transition the DDI goal into English Language Arts. B. Reid also said that students would be given interim assessments so that teachers could obtain scores and data. She added that the elementary staff has been reading “Leaders of their Own Learning” as a group and subsequently working directly with students on setting academic goals for themselves – a basis of this particular initiative. Ms. Reid said that Erin Casey has been working with students to set Reading goals, Therese Baxter has been working with students to set Math goals, and that efforts are being made all around to put data into the students’ hands so that students take ownership of their learning.

 

Ms. Reid mentioned the implementation of the Smart Principals’ Recess Plan, and reported that no recess tickets had been issued to date. She noted that recess time felt calmer and more structured, and that there have been better groupings of students. B. Reid also said that there has been a shift from the recognizing Students of the Month recognition system to rewarding students that exhibit weekly Character Traits. Changing the focus from monthly to weekly traits introduces more vocabulary words to students. These traits are featured at the monthly Panther Pride Assemblies.

 

B. Reid reminded Board members that Elementary Open House will take place on September 23rd from 6:00 to 7:00 P.M. She also mentioned that the annual Title 1 Services meeting would be held in the Auditorium at 5:30 P.M. Ms. Reid said that parents were invited to this session where Therese Baxter and Erin Casey will be presenting.

 

In Special Education, B. Reid said that meetings had been held on all transfer students that were eligible for services. She stated that their IEPs will be available for Board review and approval at the October 19th meeting.

 

V. Doll related to the Board that the Superintendent’s Days and Opening Day of the 2015-2016 school year were both exciting and anxious. Ms. Doll said that she felt the staff was extremely supportive of her in her new position. She also said meeting the students was a pleasant experience.

 

V. Doll said that she intended to ensure the high school faculty has the support they need to do their jobs to the best of their abilities. Thus far, Ms. Doll feels the school year is going well. She also said that teachers are going to try to get students to stay for 10th period for additional instructional time. V. Doll noted that she was working with the SUNY system to get a few courses in the District that would yield college credit. Ms. Doll said she is exploring options for the District’s students to get college credit while completing their High School studies. V. Doll added that she is doing her due diligence and conducting research before making decisions. She said she felt the Junior and Senior High School is on a good path for the school year.

 

 

INFORMATION

The Board received a copy of the summary of the 2015 Drivers’ Education summer program, a copy of the September game schedule for Girls’ Varsity Soccer, a copy of The Panther Press, and a list of upcoming events of interest.

 

 

No. 2016-060

EXECUTIVE SESSION

Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by H. Simmons to go into Executive Session at 8:41 P.M. to discuss personnel matters. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

 

C. Converse, M. Converse, W. Converse, M. Hann, A. Mason, D. Pcolar, A. Rider-Mitchell, and M. Robinson left the meeting at 8:41 P.M.

 

 

 

The Board President announced at 9:19 P.M. that the regular meeting would reconvene.

 

 

No. 2016-061

GIRLS’ VARSITY AND MODIFIED BASKETBALL COACHES/A. MASON/A. RIDER-MITCHELL

Based on the recommendation of the Superintendent, Motion made by R. White and seconded by H. Simmons to the following for coaching appointments for the 2015-2016 school year pending proper certification: Alfred Mason – Girls’ Varsity Basketball Coach; and Amy Rider-Mitchell – Girls’ Modified Basketball Coach. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2016-062

ADJOURNMENT

Motion made by J. Young and seconded by W. Witherell to adjourn at 9:23 P.M. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

 

 

 

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