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October 11, 2021 at 6:30 PM - Regular Meeting

Agenda
1. Call to Order and Roll Call
Description: 
The October 11 Special Meeting of the Board of Education was called to order by ____________  at _______ pm with the following persons present:  

MEMBERS: ___Jackie Bowen   ___Rod Detweiler   ___Margaret Miller   ___TJ Reed   ___Pam Riley   ___Jeff Troyer   ___Larry Walton 

STAFF PRESENT: ___Stephanie Lemmer   ___Chad Brady   ___Nancy Lindahl   ___Jane Rumsey   ___Barb Lester   ___Cathy Carpenter   ___Jill Peterson   ___Phillip Heasley (KRESA)  

VISITORS PRESENT:
2. Guest & Visitor Comments
3. Acceptance of Consent Agenda
Description:  As a good practice, the board should accept the consent agenda for the evening's meeting which includes minutes of the October 4 special meeting. 

RECOMMENDATION: The superintendent recommends that the consent agenda be reviewed and accepted.

MOTION BY _____________________________; SECONDED BY _______________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education approve / not approve the consent agenda as presented. 

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE:
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
Attachments: (1)
4. COVID Update - Supt. Lemmer
5. Approval of Washington DC Trip
Description:  BOE approval is necessary for field trips that take students more than 150 miles one way from the District or are planned to keep students out of the District overnight or longer. Bret Lutz is seeking approval for the 2022 Washington, DC trip June 7-11, 2022. The activity application is attached. 

RECOMMENDATION: The superintendent recommends approving the 2022 Washington, DC trip. 

MOTION BY _________________________; SECONDED BY _________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education approve / not approve the request for the 2022 Washington DC trip.  

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE: 
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED    
6. Tower Pinkster as  General Contractor for ESSER and Excess Food Service Funds Project
Description:  RECOMMENDATION: The superintendent recommends that due to the limited scope of proposed work for spending ESSER ($825,000) and excess food service funds ($184,000) on HVAC upgrades and the Jr/Sr High School kitchen serving area, that the Board work with Tower Pinkster to provide general contract arrangements, including conducting pre-bid walkthroughs, administering bid opening, conducting post-bid interviews and ensuring the scope of work is consistent with ESSER and Food Service funding requirements.

MOTION BY _________________________; SECONDED BY _________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education approve / not approve the use of Tower Pinkster for general contract arrangements for spending ESSER funds.  

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE: 
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED    
7. Approval of Furniture Purchase for Bus/Maintenance Garage Offices
Description:  RECOMMENDATION: The superintendent recommends the board approve the use of bond funds for FFE for the purchase of office furniture in the new bus and maintenance garage for the maintenance supervisor and transportation supervisor in the amount of $2,744.28.

MOTION BY _______________________________; SECONDED BY _______________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education approve / not approve the use of Bond funds for FFE for the purchase of office furniture in the new bus and maintenance garage for the maintenance supervisor and transportation supervisor in the amount of $2,744.28
.   

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE:
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
8. Personnel Approval - Additional Elementary Aides
Description:  Increased enrollment and a higher level of assistance needed by current students necessitate adding a classroom aide at the kindergarten and first-grade levels. 

RECOMMENDATION: The superintendent and the personnel committee recommend approving the hire of two additional aides at the elementary level.

MOTION BY _____________________________; SECONDED BY _______________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education approve / not approve hiring two additional aides at the elementary level.

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE:
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
9. Technology Support Increase
Description:  The use of technology and the number of district-owned/maintained devices has increased substantially over the past several years, while the amount of technology support provided through the ISD has not. The superintendent has been researching ways to best increase this support and brings the following recommendation for approval. Details and the financial impact are attached. 

RECOMMENDATION: The superintendent and the personnel committee recommend having the ISD post for a full-time technology coordinator for Centreville.  

MOTION BY _____________________________; SECONDED BY _______________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education approve / not approve having the ISD post for a full-time technology coordinator for our district. 

ROLL / VOICE CALL VOTE:
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
10. Approval of Online Courses
Description: 

Pupil accounting rules for the 2021-22 school year list a number of requirements that must be met for pupils to be claimed or counted for membership and state aid. One of the requirements for students taking virtual classes reads as follows: The course was selected from a course syllabus published in the statewide virtual course catalog maintained by Michigan Virtual or from the district or intermediate school district catalog or list of board-approved courses. The attached list of classes includes Michigan Virtual science classes, virtual classes for COLA students, as well as virtual credit recovery, elective, and core classes being held in the library.  The list includes current first-semester courses and may be updated for the second semester. The list of classes was approved by the Curriculum Coordinating Council on October 4, 2021.

RECOMMENDATION: The superintendent recommends approving the online courses as presented.  

MOTION BY _____________________________; SECONDED BY _______________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education approve / not approve the online courses as presented. 

ROLL / VOICE CALL VOTE:
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
11. Approval of Bond Bills
Description:  The district has received the attached invoices from Triangle and TowerPinkster for September 2021. Also attached are the document summary and detail sheets from Triangle, and a statement from Tom Kloosterman, the project manager with TowerPinkster. 

Triangle - Total $276,492.52 (approved by TowerPinkster)
     Cost of Work (Maint Bldg) - $28,971.81 - see attached for details
     Cost of Work (Elem/Jr-Sr) - $247,520.71 - see attached for details 

TowerPinkster - Total - $4,569.98
     
$1,798.17 - elementary construction administration
     $2,603.04 - jr/sr high construction administration
     $   168.77 - mileage
    
RECOMMENDATION: The superintendent recommends approving payment to Triangle and TowerPinkster as presented.  

MOTION BY _______________________________; SECONDED BY _______________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education approve / not approve payment of bond bills to Triangle and TowerPinkster as presented.  

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE:
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
12. po2241 Protection of Pupil Rights - 1st Reading
Description:  The superintendent and the policy committee have reviewed po2241 The Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment (PPRA), and it is presented here for a first reading. 

RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of the superintendent and the policy committee to approve po2241 PPRA for a first reading.

MOTION BY _______________________________; SECONDED BY _______________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education approve / not approve po2241 PPRA for a first reading. 

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE:
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
Attachments: (1)
13. Guest & Visitor Comments
14. Adjournment
Description: 
MOTION BY ___________________________; SECONDED BY _______________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education adjourn the meeting at ________pm.

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE:
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED

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