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June 15, 2022 at 6:00 PM - Public Hearing on Budget and Regular Board Meeting

Agenda
I. PUBLIC HEARING FOR 2022-23 EATON RESA BUDGETS
I.A. Call to Order
I.A.1) Pledge of Allegiance
I.A.2) Roll Call
I.B. Presentation
I.B.1) Proposed 2022-23 Eaton RESA Budgets: Tina Monroe, Executive Director of Finance & Operations
I.C. Audience Participation
II. REGULAR BOARD MEETING
II.A. Approval of Agenda
II.B. Presentation
II.B.1) Prevention Program Services Update: Kim Thalison, Prevention Program Services Director, will provide updates, celebrations, and challenges from the 2021-22 school year.
II.C. Audience Participation
II.D. Action Items
II.D.1) Consent Agenda
II.D.1)a. 5/18/22 Regular Board Meeting Minutes
Attachments: (1)
II.D.1)b. 6/1/22 Special Board Meeting Minutes
Attachments: (1)
II.D.1)c. 6/1/22 Closed Session Meeting Minutes
II.D.1)d. Personnel Report
Attachments: (1)
II.D.1)e. Board Bills and Disbursement Report
Attachments: (1)
II.D.2) Eaton RESA Five-Year Common Calendar: PA 101 of 2007 requires that the intermediate school district work in cooperation with its constituent local school districts to have the intermediate school district Board of Education adopt a five-year common calendar. At a minimum, the common calendar must identify winter and spring breaks as well as the first day of school for students over a five-year period. The Eaton RESA Five-Year Common Calendar for 2022-23 through 2026-27 was approved at the Superintendent’s Round Table Meeting on May 19, 2022, by a unanimous vote. As a result of this action, the Superintendent is requesting that the Board of Education approve the Eaton RESA Five-Year Common Calendar.
II.D.3) Eaton Intermediate Education Association (EIEA) Letter of Agreement: The Superintendent is requesting Board approval to execute a Letter of Agreement with the EIEA that adds a new MA+30 lane solely to the Teachers and Related Service Staff 184 day salary schedule. The lanes shall be added to the Master Agreement for the 2022-23 and 2023-24 school years.
II.D.4) Superintendent Evaluation: Based on the self-evaluation and evidence provided by the Superintendent to the Board on May 18, 2022 and the Board’s completion of the Superintendent’s annual evaluation on June 1, 2022, the Board has reached consensus on an overall annual performance rating of Highly Effective for Sean Williams.
II.D.5) 2021-22 Final Budget Revisions: Tina Monroe, Executive Director of Finance & Operations is requesting that the Board approve the 2021-22 Final Budget Revisions that were presented as an information item at the May 18, 2022, Board meeting. Board approval is required for the General Fund, Special Education Fund, Career & Technical Education Fund, Food Service Fund, and Student Activity Fund.
Attachments: (5)
II.D.6) 2022-23 Proposed Budgets: Tina Monroe, Executive Director of Finance & Operations is requesting that the Board approve the 2022-23 Proposed Budgets for the General Fund, Special Education Fund, and Career & Technical Education Fund based on unanimous support from our local constituent district Boards of Education. Tina is also requesting that the Board approve the proposed budgets for the Food Service Fund and Student Activity Fund. Board approval of the 2022-23 operating budgets is required prior to July 1, 2022.
Attachments: (5)
II.D.7) 2022 Property Tax Levies: The District collects property taxes in the summer and winter. The summer tax levy needs to be submitted to local taxing units no later than June 30, 2022. Tina Monroe, Executive Director of Finance & Operations, is requesting that both the summer and winter tax levies be approved at this time to simplify the process.
Attachments: (1)
II.D.8) 2022-23 Special Education Administrator Agreement with Potterville Public Schools: Ryan Harp, Assistant Superintendent for Special Education, is requesting that the Board authorize the Superintendent to execute an agreement with Potterville Public Schools for the continuation of a 0.5 FTE Special Education Director for the 2022-23 school year in an amount not to exceed $60,138, which will be a bill back to Potterville Public Schools through the Special Education Funding System.
II.D.9) 2022-23 Special Education Administrator Agreement with Maple Valley Schools: Ryan Harp, Assistant Superintendent for Special Education, is requesting that the Board authorize the Superintendent to execute an agreement with Maple Valley Schools for the continuation of a 0.5 FTE Special Education Director for the 2022-23 school year in an amount not to exceed $60,138, which will be a bill back to Maple Valley Schools through the Special Education Funding System.
II.D.10) 2022-23 Facility Use Agreement with Potterville Public Schools: Ryan Harp, Assistant Superintendent for Special Education, is requesting that the Board authorize the Superintendent to execute an agreement with Potterville Public Schools for the continuation of classroom spaces for the Meadowview Elementary and Middle School Moderate Cognitive Impairment (MOCI) classrooms and the Meadowview Elementary Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) classrooms for the 2022-23 school year in an amount not to exceed $30,000.
II.D.11) 2022-23 Facility Use Agreement with Eaton Rapids Public Schools: Ryan Harp, Assistant Superintendent for Special Education, is requesting that the Board authorize the Superintendent to execute an agreement with Eaton Rapids Public Schools for the continuation of classroom spaces and custodial services for the Meadowview High School and Post-Secondary Moderate Cognitive Impairment (MOCI) classrooms at Eaton Rapids High School and Union Street for the 2022-23 school year in an amount not to exceed $39,600.
II.D.12) 2022-23 School to Work Program Agreement with Peckham, Inc.: Peckham, Inc. has offered to provide Eaton RESA with 10 slots for students with disabilities to work at Peckham, Inc. These students will participate in paid work experience doing a variety of tasks for the Department of Defense. Peckham will also provide job coaching and work-based learning instruction for the students. Ryan Harp, Assistant Superintendent for Special Education, is requesting that the Board authorize the Superintendent to execute an agreement with Peckham, Inc. for the School to Work Program during the 2022-23 school year in an amount not to exceed $90,000.
II.D.13) Increase of FTEs for Special Education: Through our special education funding system, an annual review of related service staff is completed in coordination with our local districts. As a result of this review, Ryan Harp, Assistant Superintendent for Special Education, is requesting that the Board approve the increases of a 0.1 FTE Occupational Therapist at an estimated cost of $8,210; 0.4 FTE Speech-Language Pathologist at an estimated cost of $32,890; 0.6 FTE School Psychologist at an estimated cost of $52,162 and a 1.5 FTE School Social Worker at an estimated cost of $107,975 for the 2022-23 school year.
II.E. Information Items
II.E.1) Meadowview School Spring Benchmark Progresss Update: Public Act 48 Section 104a requires districts to implement a K-8 benchmark assessment system for the 2021-2022 school year for the purpose of measuring student proficiency in reading and mathematics. Districts must present the results from the benchmark assessments administered to their school board in February 2022 and June 2022. This reporting will be provided to the Board of Education and posted on the district website under the transparency report link.
Attachments: (1)
II.E.2) Title Change for Supervisors: To stay consistent with current practices in the State of Michigan in regards to professional titles for Intermediate School District administrators, Eaton RESA is replacing the title of Supervisor with Director. Supervisor primarily refers to the management of staff, while Director encapsulates both management of people as well as programs and grants.
II.F. Board Member Reports & Requests
II.G. Correspondence
II.G.1) Upcoming Events
II.G.1)a. Organizational and Regular Board Meeting, July 20, 2022, at 6:00 p.m., Eaton RESA
II.H. Adjournment

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