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June 27, 2022 at 6:30 PM - Regular Meeting

Agenda
1. Public Hearing on Proposed Budget
Description:  Information on the proposed 2022-23 Budget will be presented.
2. Public Comment on Proposed Budget
Description:  The public will be given the opportunity to comment on the proposed budget. Once there are no more public comments, the remainder of the meeting will be conducted, beginning with roll call.
3. Call to Order and Roll Call
Description:  The June regular 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: ___Chad Brady   ___Aaron Hartong   ___Dennis Kirby   ___Jane Rumsey   ___Barb Lester   ___Cathy Carpenter   ___Jill Peterson   ___Phillip Heasley (KRESA)  

VISITORS PRESENT:
4. Guest & Visitor Comments
5. Acceptance of Consent Agenda
Description:  As a good practice, the board should accept the consent agenda for the evening's meeting which includes the minutes of the June 13 special meeting and the May financial reports. 

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
6. Superintendent's Report
Description:  a. District

b. Legislative

c. Calendar - for a complete calendar go to www.cpschools.org
  • July 4 - Independence Day - district offices closed
  • July 4-8 - No Summer School
  • July 11 - BOE Organizational Meeting (if approved) - 6:30pm
7. 2021-22 Final General Fund Budget
Description:  The final amended 2021-22 General Fund budget will be presented and reviewed.

RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of the superintendent, the district business manager, and the finance committee to approve the final 2021-22 General Fund budget resolution as presented.

MOVED BY _______________________________; SECONDED BY _______________________

BE IT RESOLVED that this resolution shall be the final amended general appropriation of Centreville Public Schools for the 2021-22 fiscal year; a resolution to make appropriations; to provide for expenditure of the appropriations; and to provide for the disposition of all revenue received by Centreville Public Schools. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the total revenues and unappropriated fund balance estimated to be available for appropriation in the General Fund of the school district for fiscal year 2021-22, which includes 18 mills of ad valorem taxes to be levied on non-principal residence, non-qualified agricultural property, non-qualified forest property, non-supportive housing property, and non-industrial property, is to be used for operating purposes, is as attached. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that $9,452,843 of the total available to appropriate in the General Fund is hereby appropriated in the amounts and for the purpose set forth as attached. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that no Board of Education member or employee of the school district shall expend any funds or obligate the expenditure of any funds, except pursuant to appropriation made by the Board of Education and in keeping with the budgetary policy statement hitherto adopted by the Board. Changes in the amount appropriated by the Board shall require approval by the Board.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Superintendent is hereby charged with general supervision or the execution of the budgets adopted by the Board and shall hold the department heads responsible for performance of their responsibilities within the amounts appropriated by the Board of Education and in keeping with the budgetary policy statement hitherto adopted by the Board. 

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE:
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED
8. 2021-22 Final Food Service Budget
Description:  The final amended 2021-22 Food Service budget will be presented and reviewed.

RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of the superintendent, the district business manager, and the finance committee to approve the final 2021-22 Food Service budget resolution as presented.

MOVED BY _______________________________; SECONDED BY _______________________

BE IT RESOLVED that this resolution shall be the final amended general appropriations of Centreville Public Schools for the 2021-22 fiscal year; a resolution to make appropriations; to provide for expenditure of the appropriations; and to provide for the disposition of all revenue received by Centreville Public Schools. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the total revenues and unappropriated fund balance estimated to be available for appropriation in the Food Service Fund of the school district for fiscal year 2021-22, is as attached.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that $684,729 of the total available to appropriate in the Food Service Fund is hereby appropriated in the amounts and for the purpose set forth as attached. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that no Board of Education member or employee of the school district shall expend any funds or obligate the expenditure of any funds, except pursuant to appropriation made by the Board of Education and in keeping with the budgetary policy statement hitherto adopted by the Board. Changes in the amount appropriated by the Board shall require approval by the Board.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Superintendent is hereby charged with general supervision or the execution of the budgets adopted by the Board and shall hold the department heads responsible for performance of their responsibilities within the amounts appropriated by the Board of Education and in keeping with the budgetary policy statement hitherto adopted by the Board. 

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE:
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
9. 2021-22 Final Student and School Activity Fund Budget
Description:  The final amended 2021-22 Student and School Activity Fund Budget will be presented and reviewed.

RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of the superintendent, the district business manager, and the finance committee to approve the 2021-22 Final Student and School Activity Fund budget as presented. 

MOVED BY _____________________________; SECONDED BY: _________________________

BE IT RESOLVED that this resolution shall be for the general appropriations of Centreville Public Schools for the 2021-22 fiscal year; a resolution to make appropriations; to provide for the expenditure of the appropriations; and to provide for the disposition of all revenue received by the Centreville Public School district.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the total revenues and unappropriated fund balance estimated to be available for appropriation in the student and School Activity Fund of the school district for fiscal year 2021-22, is as attached.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that $300,000 of the total available to appropriate in the Student and School Activity Fund is hereby appropriated in the amounts and for the purpose set for as attached.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that no Board of Education member or employee of the school district shall expend any funds or obligate the expenditure of any funds, except pursuant to appropriation made by the Board of Education and in keeping with the budgetary policy statement hitherto adopted by the Board. Changes in the amount appropriated by the Board shall require approval by the Board.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Superintendent is hereby charged with general supervision or the execution of the budgets adopted by the Board and shall hold the department heads responsible for performance of their responsibilities within the amounts appropriated by the Board of Education and in keeping with the budgetary policy statement hitherto adopted by the Board. 

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE: 
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
10. 2022-23 General Fund Budget
Description:  Each year the Board is asked to review and adopt the budget. The General Fund budget has been reviewed by the Finance Committee and is presented for full Board approval. The tax levy rate of 18 mills is the same as last year. 

RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of the superintendent, the district business manager, and the finance committee to approve the 2022-23 budget. 

MOVED BY _____________________________; SECONDED BY: _________________________

BE IT RESOLVED that this resolution shall be for the general appropriations of Centreville Public Schools for the 2022-23 fiscal year; a resolution to make appropriations; to provide for the expenditure of the appropriations; and to provide for the disposition of all revenue received by the Centreville Public School district.


BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the total revenues and unappropriated fund balance estimated to be available for appropriation in the general fund of the school district for fiscal year 2022-23, which includes 18 mills of ad valorem taxes to be levied on non-principal residence, non-qualified agricultural property, non-qualified forest property, non-supportive housing property, and non-industrial property, is to be used for operating purposes, is as attached. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that $10,278,907 of the total available to appropriate in the General Fund is hereby appropriated in the amounts and for the purpose set forth as attached.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that no Board of Education member or employee of the school district shall expend any funds or obligate the expenditure of any funds, except pursuant to appropriation made by the Board of Education and in keeping with the budgetary policy statement hitherto adopted by the Board. Changes in the amount appropriated by the Board shall require approval by the Board.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Superintendent is hereby charged with general supervision or the execution of the budgets adopted by the Board and shall hold the department heads responsible for performance of their responsibilities within the amounts appropriated by the Board of Education and in keeping with the budgetary policy statement hitherto adopted by the Board. 

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE: 
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
11. 2022-23 Food Service Budget
Description:  A Food Service budget for 2022-23 has been prepared for review and adoption. This budget has been reviewed by the Finance Committee and is presented for full Board approval. 

RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of the superintendent, the district business manager, and the finance committee to approve the 2022-23 Food Service budget as presented. 

MOVED BY _____________________________; SECONDED BY: _________________________

BE IT RESOLVED that this resolution shall be for the general appropriations of Centreville Public Schools for the 2022-23 fiscal year; a resolution to make appropriations; to provide for the expenditure of the appropriations; and to provide for the disposition of all revenue received by the Centreville Public School district.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the total revenues and unappropriated fund balance estimated to be available for appropriation in the Food Service Fund of the school district for fiscal year 2022-23, is as attached.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that $542,740 of the total available to appropriate in the Food Service Fund is hereby appropriated in the amounts and for the purpose set for as attached.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that no Board of Education member or employee of the school district shall expend any funds or obligate the expenditure of any funds, except pursuant to appropriation made by the Board of Education and in keeping with the budgetary policy statement hitherto adopted by the Board. Changes in the amount appropriated by the Board shall require approval by the Board.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Superintendent is hereby charged with general supervision or the execution of the budgets adopted by the Board and shall hold the department heads responsible for performance of their responsibilities within the amounts appropriated by the Board of Education and in keeping with the budgetary policy statement hitherto adopted by the Board. 

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE: 
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER

MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
12. 2022-23 Student and School  Activity Budget
Description:  A Student and School Activity Fund budget for 2022-23 has been prepared for review and adoption. This budget has been reviewed by the Finance Committee and is presented for full Board approval. 

RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of the superintendent, the district business manager, and the finance committee to approve the 2022-23 Student and School Activity Fund budget as presented. 

MOVED BY _____________________________; SECONDED BY: _________________________

BE IT RESOLVED that this resolution shall be for the general appropriations of Centreville Public Schools for the 2022-23 fiscal year; a resolution to make appropriations; to provide for the expenditure of the appropriations; and to provide for the disposition of all revenue received by the Centreville Public School district.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the total revenues and unappropriated fund balance estimated to be available for appropriation in the student and School Activity Fund of the school district for fiscal year 2022-23, is as attached.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that $300,000 of the total available to appropriate in the Student and School Activity Fund is hereby appropriated in the amounts and for the purpose set for as attached.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that no Board of Education member or employee of the school district shall expend any funds or obligate the expenditure of any funds, except pursuant to appropriation made by the Board of Education and in keeping with the budgetary policy statement hitherto adopted by the Board. Changes in the amount appropriated by the Board shall require approval by the Board.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Superintendent is hereby charged with general supervision or the execution of the budgets adopted by the Board and shall hold the department heads responsible for performance of their responsibilities within the amounts appropriated by the Board of Education and in keeping with the budgetary policy statement hitherto adopted by the Board. 

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE: 
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
13. Establish Tax Rate - General Fund & Debt Retirement
Description:  Information on the taxes and necessary mills associated with the 2022-23 budget and debt retirement is attached. These are the same rates as last year.

RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of the superintendent and the district business manager to set the tax rate of 18 mills for the 2022-23 budget and 6.2 mills for debt retirement as attached.
 
MOTION BY ____________________________; SECONDED BY __________________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education set the tax rate of 18 mills for the 2022-23 budget and 6.2 mills for debt retirement as attached. 

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE:
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
14. 2022-23 MHSAA Membership Renewal
Description:  Each year the BOE is asked to approve the MHSAA resolution for the coming school year. Attached is this year's resolution. Approval will also include allowing Nottawa students to participate with Centreville. Nottawa students traditionally participate with our junior high students because they do not offer athletics within their district. The resolution is also attached.

RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of the superintendent and the athletic department to approve the attached MHSAA resolution for membership.

MOTION BY __________________________; SECONDED BY_______________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education approve / not approve the attached MHSAA membership resolution for the 2022-32 school year. This approval includes allowing Nottawa students to participate with Centreville.

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE:
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
15. Resignation - Dylan Butler
Description:  Dylan Butler has submitted the attached resignation. He served as the jr/sr high school PE teacher for one semester. 

RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of the superintendent and the jr/sr high school principal to accept the resignation of Dylan Butler. 

MOTION BY ______________________________; SECONDED BY _______________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education accept / not accept the resignation of Dylan Butler. 

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE:
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
16. New Staff - Heidi Gest
Description:  Dylan Butler's resignation created a domino effect in the PE department. Mike Hunter is going to fill the jr/sr high school position and Lynda Heintksill is going to fill the elementary position. Heidi Gest is being presented for BOE approval to fill Lynda's position as an elementary teacher. Heidi is a graduate of Western Michigan University and has been with Bronson Schools for the past 25 years. Her resume and data sheet are attached. 

RECOMMENDATION: The superintendent and the elementary principal recommend approving Heidi Gest as an elementary teacher. 

MOTION BY ______________________________; SECONDED BY _______________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education approve / not approve the hire of Heidi Gest as an elementary teacher. 

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE:
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
17. New Staff - Carrie Harger
Description:  Earlier this year, the BOE approved adding another band instructor so the elementary and the jr/sr high school would not have to share one person. Carrie Harger, a Western Michigan graduate, is presented for BOE approval for the jr/sr high school position. Carrie's data sheet and resume are attached.  

RECOMMENDATION: The superintendent and jr/sr high school principal recommend approving Carrie Harger as the jr/sr high school band/choir teacher. 

MOTION BY ______________________________; SECONDED BY _______________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education approve / not approve the hire of Carrie Harger as a jr/sr high school band/choir teacher. 

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE:
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
18. New Staff - Dennis Gest
Description:  Aaron Hartong's appointment as jr/sr high school principal created an opening for a jr/sr high school social studies teacher. Dennis Gest, a Trine University graduate, is presented for BOE approval. Dennis has been with Bronson Schools for the past 14 years. His resume and data sheet are attached. 

RECOMMENDATION: The superintendent and jr/sr high school principal recommend approving Dennis Gest as a jr/sr high school social studies teacher. 

MOTION BY ______________________________; SECONDED BY _______________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education approve / not approve the hire of Dennis Gest as jr/sr high school social studies teacher. 

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE:
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
19. 2022-23 Administrative Contracts
Description:  Approval of administrative contracts is requested for the 2022-23 contract period. Attached are the contracts for Cathy Carpenter, MTSS Administrator; Jill Peterson, Athletic Director; Jane Rumsey, HR/Ex. Assistant; and Barb Lester, Curriculum Director. 

RECOMMENDATION: The superintendent recommends approving the renewal of the administrative contracts as presented. 

MOTION BY ___________________________; SECONDED BY_________________________ 

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education approve / not approve the renewal of the administrative contracts as presented for the 2022-23 contract year.

ROLL CALL / VOICE  VOTE:
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
20. 2022-23 Winter and Spring Coaches - Contract Renewal
Description:  Attached are recommendations from the Athletic Department to renew the contracts of the varsity winter and spring coaches. 

RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of the Athletic Department, the Jr/Sr High School Principal, and the Superintendent to renew the contracts of Matt Price (boys' basketball), Jill Peterson (girls' basketball), Darren Gross (wresting), Phil Webb (golf), Mike Hunter (boys' track), Shawn Hulin (girls' track), and Dan Truckenmiller (baseball) for the 2022-23 coaching seasons. Bart Schrader (cheer) has chosen not to return next season.

MOTION BY_____________________________; SECONDED BY_______________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education renew / not renew the contracts of Matt Price, Jill Peterson, Darren Gross, Phil Webb, Mike Hunter, and Shawn Hulin for the 2022-23 coaching seasons.

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE:
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
21. Overnight Event Approval
Description:  BOE approval is necessary for trips/events which take students more than 150 miles one way from the district or are planned to keep students out of the district overnight or longer. Deric Mostrom, varsity volleyball coach, is requesting approval for the volleyball team to attend a team camp at Cedar Point Sports Complex in Sandusky, OH, in July. The activity request is attached.

RECOMMENDATION: The athletic director and the superintendent recommend approving this request.

MOTION BY __________________________; SECONDED BY__________________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education approve / not approve the volleyball request to attend team camp in Sandusky, OH in July.

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE:
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
22. July Organizational Meeting
Description:  Current law requires the BOE to hold an organizational meeting prior to the 4th Monday of July. At that meeting, the BOE schedule for the next year and various appointments for the next fiscal year will be determined. 

RECOMMENDATION: The superintendent recommends holding the 2022-23 organizational meeting on Monday, July 11 at 6:30pm. This will be the only scheduled BOE meeting in July.

MOTION BY _____________________________; SECONDED BY _________________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education hold the 2022-23 organizational meeting on Monday, July 11 at 6:30pm.

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE:
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
23. Discussion - 2022-2023 BOE Meeting Calendar
24. Guest & Visitor Comments
25. 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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