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August 22, 2022 at 6:30 PM - Regular Meeting

Agenda
1. Call to Order and Roll Call
Description: 
The August work session 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   ___Dennis Kirby   ___Jane Rumsey   ___Barb Lester   ___Cathy Carpenter   ___Jill Peterson   ___Aaron Hartong   ___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 the minutes of the August special meeting and the July financial reports. 

RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of the superintendent 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
4. Superintendent's Report
Description:  a. District

b. Legislative

c. Calendar - for a complete calendar go to www.cpschools.org
  • August 25 - Bulldog Pride Night Football Game
  • August 29 - First Day of School - 11:30 dismissal
  • September 2 - No School
  • September 5 - No School - Labor Day
  • September 12 - BOE work session/committee meeting 
  • September 19 - Fair Day - 11:30 dismissal - Staff PD
  • September 26 - Regular Meeting
5. New Staff - Betsy Breitenbach
Description:  Lynda Heintskill's move to elementary PE created an opening for a kindergarten teacher. Betsy Breitenbach, a Western grad and veteran teacher with 29 years of experience, is presented for approval. Her data sheet and resume are attached. 

RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of the superintendent and the elementary principal to approve the hire of Betsy Breitenbach as a kindergarten teacher.    
 
MOTION BY ____________________________; SECONDED BY __________________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education approve / not approve the hire of Betsy Breitenbach.  

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE:
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
6. New Staff - Lynne Weaver
Description:  Earlier this year, the BOE approved adding another music instructor so the elementary and the jr/sr high school would not have to share one person. Lynne Weaver, who has taught music in a variety of capacities for 25 years, is presented for BOE approval for the elementary position. Lynne's data sheet and resume are attached.  

RECOMMENDATION: The superintendent and elementary principal recommend approving Lynne Weaver as the elementary music teacher. 

MOTION BY ______________________________; SECONDED BY _______________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education approve / not approve the hire of Lynne Weaver as the elementary music teacher. 

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE:
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
7. New Staff - Kayla Herman
Description:  Earlier this month, the BOE approved Chad Spence as the new CTE Public Safety teacher, creating an opening for a jail teacher. Kayla Herman is being presented for approval for that position. Her resume and data sheet are attached. 

RECOMMENDATION: The superintendent, the jr/sr high school principal, and Juanita Miller recommend approving Kayla Herman as the new jail teacher.  

MOTION BY ______________________________; SECONDED BY _______________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education approve / not approve the hire of Kayla Herman as the jail teacher 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
8. Jr/Sr Handbook Definition Approval
Description:  Earlier this month, the BOE approved the Jr/Sr handbook but asked for further clarification on some definitions. Principal Hartong has made the attached edits and asks the Board to approve this language for the handbook. The edits are in red.

RECOMMENDATION: The superintendent and Principal Hartong recommend approving the attached language for the jr/sr high school handbook.  

MOTION BY ______________________________; SECONDED BY _______________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education approve / not approve the attached language for the jr/sr high school handbook.   

ROLL CALL / VOICE VOTE:
AYES: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
NAYS: BOWEN, DETWEILER, MILLER, REED, RILEY, TROYER, WALTON
MOTION CARRIED / DEFEATED
9. Consideration of Lunch Prices
Description:  Chartwell's Food Services Director, Marilyn Rosewarne, is asking the Board to approve lunch prices for the upcoming school year. She has reported that the elementary full-price lunch for this school year will be $2.65 and the jr/sr full-price lunch will be $2.95. The reduced-priced lunch for both buildings will be $.40, and all milk $.50. Breakfast is free for all students. Adult prices are $2.60 for breakfast and $4.85 for lunch. 

RECOMMENDATION: The superintendent and the food service director recommend approving the proposed meal prices for the 2022-23 school year as presented.

MOTION BY _________________; SECONDED BY ______________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education approve / not approve the proposed meal prices for the 202223 school year 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
10. State Aid Note
Description:  The BOE needs to approve the attached State Aid Operating Loan Resolution allowing the district to borrow a sum not to exceed $500,000 for school operations for the 2022-23 school year.

RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of the superintendent and Phillip Heasley to approve the State Aid Operating Loan Resolution as attached.

MOTION BY _____________________________; SECONDED BY _________________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education approve / not approve the State Aid Operating Loan Resolution 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
11. HVAC Update/Discussion - Chad Brady
12. Purchasing Approvals
Description:  The finance committee, the superintendent, and the business manager met recently to review several potential projects for the district utilizing ESSER funds, remaining bond fund monies, and the general fund. BOE approval is required to move forward with the following projects:

Safety &Security Related - Total - $132,681.68
  • Video Surveillance - $100,485.18
  • Shelter Shutters - $5,828.00
  • ALICE  Training/Subscription - $3,715.00
  • Vap detectors (jr/sr) - $22,653.50
 Athletic Related - Total - $46,537.40
  • Stadium Connectivity - $27,825.00
  • Volleyball Net Systems (2) - $14,212.40
  • Track Restriping - $4,500.00
RECOMMENDATION: The superintendent recommends using available ESSER, bond, and general fund monies for the Safety/Security and Athletic projects as presented.  

MOTION BY ______________________________; SECONDED BY _______________________

BE IT RESOLVED that the Centreville Board of Education approve using available ESSER, bond, and general funds for the Safety/Security and Athletic projects 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
13. Strategic Plan Discussion - Chad Brady
14. Guest & Visitor Comments
15. 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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