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March 14, 2022 at 7:00 PM - Regular Meeting

Agenda
1) Call to Order
2) Pledge of Allegiance
3) Roll Call
4) Approval of Minutes
Description:  The minutes of the February 14, 2022 Regular School Board Meeting,the February 14, 2022 Executive Session, the February 21, 2022 Executive Session, the February 28, 2022 Executive Session, the February 28, 2022 Special Board Meeting and the December 28, 2022 Executive Session are presented for approval.
5) Staff and Student Recognition
6) Recognition of the Edgelea Staff for the ESEA Distinguished School 
7) Public Participation
8) Recommendations
8)A) Waive Attendance Policy for JHS Student 813810207
Presenter:  Les Huddle
8)B) 2022-2023 eLearning Days
Presenter:  Les Huddle
8)C) JHS Field Trip Request
Presenter:  Les Huddle
Description:  JHS Girls Soccer Team, Purdue University, July 12-14, 2022, training and competition for the girls. 
8)D) Oakland Academy Field Trip Request 
Presenter:  Les Huddle
Description:  OHS, Social Studies, Washington, D.C., March 22-25, 2022, to visit our nation's capitol and immerse students in the government and founding documents of our nation.  
8)E) TJHS Field Trip Request #1
Presenter:  Les Huddle
Description:  TJHS Choral Music, Cincinnati, OH, Kings Island and Performance Venue, May 21, 2022, provides an opportunity for our top performers to be adjudicated, ranked, and rated on their singing and performance abilities. 
8)F) TJHS Field Trip Request #2
Presenter:  Les Huddle
Description:  TJHS, 8th Grade, Washington, D.C., May 14-16, 2022, to experience American government/history via an educational tour. 
8)G) JHS Course Proposals 
Presenter:  Les Huddle
8)H) Food Service Contract Renewal 
Presenter:  Eric Rody
Description:  It is time for our annual renewal of the Chartwells FSMC contract. Board approval is needed for the included letter to be executed and filed with IDEO for the renewal. The renewal process will require other documents as well. However, this letter is the requirement immediately needed by the Board. Authorization to sought for the Superintendent and/or Chief Financial Officer to execute the letter and proceed with the one- year renewal. Administration recommends approval. 
8)I) K-2 Ipad Lease- IBB 
Presenter:  Eric Rody
Description:  Included herein are documents pertaining to a lease for K-2 ipad screen covers and AppleCare warranty. A lease for these items has been pursued through the Indiana Bond Bank and The People’s State Bank (PSB) in Bloomington is the lowest and best quote for lease financing.  The attachments are the needed documents for the Board to act upon to allow authority to the Superintendent and/or Chief Financial Officer to execute further closing documents with PSB for a closing targeted in the first week of April. Mr. Laszynski has been apprised of the matter and will provide a normal opinion of counsel accordingly. Administration recommends approval of the documents and process.     
 
8)J) Murdock Roof Replacement 
Presenter:  Eric Rody
Description:  Included with this project are two main needs. 

The first is a resolution declaring the roof replacement at Murdock Elementary to be an emergency and the attached resolution allows for the declaration. Mr. Laszynski has been involved with this declaration and is in agreement. Therefore, the administration recommends approval of the Emergency Resolution Declaration for the Murdock Roof Project. 

The second is the need for a licensed architect/engineer to be involved in the creation of plans and specifications for the major roof replacement. Administration recommends approval of the enclosed agreement with Etica architects as the project consultant. Their fee is $28,500 based on an estimated project cost of $475,000 and that fee approximates 6%. 

 
8)K) Bid Award- JHS Cafeteria 
Presenter:  Eric Rody
Description:  Administration recommends approval of the JHS Cafeteria Infrastructure bid to Mattcon General Contractors as the lowest responsive and responsible bidder per IC 36-1-12. This recommendation comes from Kettlehut as the project CM and Keystone as the architect. 
9) Employee Recommendations
Description:  Presenter:  Dr. John Layton
The Administration recommends approval of the following employee requests:
    
Resignation
 Jollene Carrillo, Media Aide, Vinton, effective May 26, 2022
 
Termination 
 
Retirement
 Edythe Burroughs, Teacher, Linnwood, effective May 31, 2022
 Paula Meyer, Specialist, GLASS, effective June 1, 2022
 Jeffrey Parthun, Instrumental Teacher, TJHS, effective June 1, 2022
 Janet Priest, Music Department, JHS, effective June 1, 2022
 
Leave 
 Lindsay Tylenda, Kindergarten, Edgelea, effective July 5-September 2022
Employment 
 Aleisha Gillespie, Nurse (replacement) 
 Clayton Jones, Social Studies Teacher (replacement)
 Michael Scott, Custodial (replacement) 
 Kelly Valiant, SPED Teacher (replacement) 
 Meredith Warren, Lunch Room Supervisor (replacement) 

Additional Resignation After the Original Agenda was Prepared
 Hannah Bender, Paraprofessional, Glen Acres, effective March 7, 2022
 Emma Conti, SLP, GLASS, effective August 1, 2022  
 Kimberly Luna Orellana-Vi, Teacher, Miami, effective August 1, 2022
 Celeste Stingley, Custodian, JHS, effective March 7, 2022
 Rachel Williams, Title I Aide, Murdock, effective March 18, 2022

Additional Employment After the Original Agenda was Prepared 
 Kristen Ferguson, 8th Grade Math (replacement) 
 Ashlyn Hines- Lanham, GLASS School Psychologist (replacement)
 Kristopher Lester, Recess Supervision (new)
 Kasey Lewis, GLASS Specialist (replacement) 
 Toni Urban, Title I Paraprofessional (replacement) 
 
9)A) Recommendation #2
Presenter:  Dr. John Layton
Description:  Denise Des Enfants, Principal Murdock Elementary (reassignment/changes in wages/salary)
9)B) Recommendation #3
Presenter:  Dr. John Layton
Description:  Frank Meyer, Principal at Tecumseh Junior High (replacement) 
10) Acceptance of Gifts
Description: 

The Administration recommends the acceptance of the following gifts for the month of  February
F.2050- Supts. Discretionary Fund received $300.00 from the Christian Women's Fellowship for the Nurses fund.  

GLASS Department received a used Hoyer Lift form the Bentinganan family, valued at $500.00, to be used in the GLASS Physical Therapy Department. 

Jefferson HS Extra-Curricular accounts received monetary donations totaling $1,880.00. A complete list of all donations is included with a summary listed below. 
 It's My Closet- $100.00

 After Prom- $100.00
 Choir/Band- $1,150.00
 Unified Track- $500.00 
 RTV-Broncho Broadcasters- $30.00

Oakland Elementary- IN-MaC Design & Innovation Studio worth $22,000 

11) Treasurer
11)A) Financial Reports
11)B) Approve Claims and Ratify Payrolls
Description:  Presenter:  Eric Rody

The Administration recommends approval of the vendor claims and ratification of payrolls.
12) Board Reports
13) Information Only
14) Adjournment

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