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October 19, 2020 at 7:00 PM - Regular Board of Education Meeting

Agenda
A. Call to Order and Welcome
B. Silent Meditation
C. Pledge of Allegiance
D. Roll Call
E. Approval of the Agenda
F. Cavalier Recognition 
Description:   
F.1. Andrew Hudson-(Presenter Mark Buckley)
G. Consent Agenda
G.1. Approval of minutes, consideration of bills and accounts:
a. General Fund/Athletic bills, as listed in the amount of $ 372,362.57
b. Lunch Fund bills, as listed in the amount of $ 8,241.51
c. Capital Projects $ 0.00
d. 2016 Bond Proceeds 5/3 $15,269.01
e. 2016 Debt Retirement Chemical $0.00
f. Approval of the minutes from the Board of Education's regular meeting of September 21, 2020.  
 
H. Student Report
I. Communications and Expressions from the Public:
The public is invited to ask questions or offer suggestions.  The board does reserve the right to limit the amount of time devoted to a specific topic (usually three minutes per person and thirty minutes total). Please complete and submit the Public Communication Form to the recording secretary prior to speaking.
J. Financial Report
K. Expenditure Report
K.1. Corona-virus Relief Funds (CRF)
Description: 

A possible recommended making a motion at Monday’s full Board meeting to allow the superintendent to make legal and allowable purchases  prior to board approval using ESSER-F, ESSER-EE, GEER, CRF, and CRF school aid funds so we can meet th requirements of having items invoiced, paid for, and onsite before December 31, 2020.  It would be expected that the superintendent informs the Board of purchases in the regular weekly updates.


 

L. Curriculum Report
Description:   
L.1. Corunna Public Schools Extended Continuity of Learning Plan (ECLP) 
Description:  -Hospital capacity is stable at this time.
Testing and contact tracing is stable at this time.
-We’ve had 1 Covid19 death over the last 14 days.
-Overall, Shiawassee County case numbers have been increasing week over week over the last 5 weeks.  We continue to closely monitor local conditions. 
-The state case numbers are trending upward as we get into the fall and more people are indoors. 

How do you plan to provide districts assistance with complying with these key metrics as part of their newly required School Extended COVID-19 Learning Plans?

 
A requirement that the district, in consultation with a local health department, as that term is defined in section 1105 of the public health code, MCL 333.1105, and district employees, develop districtwide guidelines concerning appropriate methods for delivering pupil instruction for the 2020-2021 school year that are based on local data that are based on key metrics. However, regardless of the guidelines developed under this subdivision, a determination concerning the method for delivering pupil instruction remains with the district. As used in this subdivision, "key metrics" means, at a minimum, all of the following:
  1. The trend of COVID-19 cases or positive COVID-19 tests, hospitalizations due to COVID-19, and the number of deaths resulting from COVID-19 over a 14-day period.
  2. COVID-19 cases for each day for every 1 million individuals.
  3. The percentage of positive COVID-19 tests over a 4-week period.
  4. Health care capacity strength.
  5. Testing, tracing, and containment infrastructure with regard to COVID-19.
Full Board action is needed.
M. Superintendent's Personnel Recommendations
Description:  Full Board Action is Needed.
M.1. A recommendation to acknowledge the resignation of Kari Carnell as the 8th grade volleyball coach
M.2. A recommendation to acknowledge the resignation of Jeff Sawyer as the boys freshman basketball coach
M.3. A recommendation to accept the resignation of Amber Haas as a paraprofessional at Corunna Middle School
M.4. A recommendation to hire Teresa Walter as a one to one paraprofessional at Corunna Middle School
M.5. A recommendation to hire LouAnn Hall as a Cook II at Corunna High School
M.6. A recommendation to hire Karrie Craddock as a Cook III at Elsa Meyer Elementary
M.7. A recommendation to hire Alexis Bukovick as the Corunna Middle School Yearbook advisor through EDUStaff.
M.8. A recommendation to hire Rob Thayer as a building and grounds custodian through EDUStaff.
N. Unfinished Business 
N.1. Title IX Regulations for the Second Reading
Description:  Full Board action is needed.
O. New Business 
O.1. A Resolution to Grant Emergency Powers to the Superintendent Druing the 2020-2021 School Year
Description:  Full Board action will be needed to approve the attached resolution as presented granting the superintendent emergency powers for no longer than the 2020-2021 school year.
P. Reports from the Staff
Q. Informational Items
Q.1. Bond Extension 
Q.2. Candlelight Vigil
Q.3. Food Service
R. Closed Session 15.267 Closed session; permissible purposes
(a) To consider the dismissal, suspension, or disciplining of, or to hear complaints or charges brought against, or to consider a periodic personnel evaluation of, a public officer, employee, staff member, or individual agent, if the named person requests a closed hearing.  A person requesting a closed hearing may rescind the request at any time, in which case the matter at issue shall be considered after the rescission only in open session. 
(c) For strategy and negotiation sessions connected with the negotiation of a collective bargaining agreement if either negotiating party requests a closed session.

 
S. Adjourn
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