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2-14-18 Agenda

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Regular Meeting

February 14, 2018

High School Library

6:00 PM Regular Meeting

AGENDA

 

I.

6:00 PM

CALL THE MEETING TO ORDER

 

 

 

II.

 

FLAG SALUTE

 

 

 

III.

 

MINUTES: January 24, 2018; February 10, 2018

2 mins

ACTION

 

IV.

 

APPROVAL OF AGENDA

2 mins

ACTION

 

V.

6:05 PM

GOOD NEWS AND RECOGNITION

Prepared by Stephanie McCleary / Presented by Rick Thompson

10 mins

INFORM

 

 

 

CMS student Maria Powell, 7th grade, received the highest score for Solo Ensemble contest.

 

 

Ellie Spitzbart is recognized for her dedication and leadership to the CHS Drama department.  Ellie has put in countless hours for drama rehearsals and performances, and has a large support base in the district.

 

VI.

6:15 PM

CONSENT AGENDA

Prepared by Stephanie McCleary, Art Clarke/Presented by Rick Thompson

5 mins

ACTION

 

 

Personnel

  • Coach Hire:  Kevin Miller, CHS Golf
  • Certificated Resignations:  Tom Furseth, 1.0 FTE CHS
  • Certificated Retirement:  Laurel Rowan, 1.0 FTE CES
  • Classified Hire: Traci Meacham, Administrative Assistant, District Office

 

 

Accounts Payable

  • ASB Fund              #1111-1114                              $    2,338.18
  • ASB Fund              #1115                                      $       320.00
  • ASB Fund              #1116-1125                               $    2,634.34
  • General Fund         #47554-47597                          $  66,509.01
  • General Fund         #47598-47618                          $  26,224.74
  • General Fund         #47619-47677                          $  67,605.07    
  • GF Comp Tax        #201700064                             $       561.18
  • Capital Projects      #146                                        $  10,137.00
  • Capital Projects      #147-148                                 $    4,060.42
  • Capital Projects      #149-150                                 $    8,791.17
  • Capital Comp Tax  #201700065                             $       923.39
  • TVF                       #143                                        $    1,161.81

 

 

Payroll - January 2018

  • Warrants                #200579-200580                      $             .00    
  • Warrants                #68592-68606                          $153,732.51
  • Electronic Transfer                                                 $712,891.41

 

 

Gift Acceptance

  • JC Soccer Club donated $540 to the CHS boys and girls soccer teams.
  • Windermere Foundation donated $1,100 to McKinney-Vento program.

 

 

Bus Surplus:  2007 Bluebird Type A #20379

 

 

SBP 1420P: Procedure for Agenda and Consent Agenda – Rescind

 

VII.

6:20 PM

PUBLIC COMMENT

10 mins

INFORM

 

 

The Chimacum School Board welcomes input from the public during the designated portion of tonight’s agenda.  Comments will be limited to three minutes per speaker. Only those who have signed in can be recognized by the Board Chair.  In accordance with the Open Public Meetings Act, the Board will not report to the public comments about items that are not on the agenda.

 

 

 

VIII.

6:30 PM

ACADEMIC REPORTS

 

 

 

 

Athletic League Configuration

The District has asked CHS Athletic Director, Tony Haddenham, to report on the athletic league configuration for 2018-19.  There has been some discussion in league circles about travel times, league schedules, and the impact on student athletes.  Mr. Carthum serves as the middle school athletic director and may join in the conversation about potential changes to the middle school athletic league and schedule.

5 mins

INFORM

 

 

School Improvement Plan – Chimacum Middle School

Prepared by David Carthum, Presented by David Carthum

Principal David Carthum will lead the board through CMS (Grades 6-8) school improvement plan.  The board will review attendance, climate and academic goals.  The board will review the plan and consider a motion to approve the plan.

30 mins

ACTION

 

 

Technology Update

IT Director, Beau Young, provided an update on the recent purchase of and installation of technology throughout the district.

5 mins

INFORM

 

IX.

7:10 PM

SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORT

45 mins

INFORM

 

 

Capital Facilities Update

Matrix

Prepared by Facilities Committee; presented by Rick Thompson

The current six year Capital Levy expires on December 31, 2018.  The Superintendent will provide some options moving forward for facility maintenance and improvement based on facility committee input; the MENG analysis; and staff knowledge about facility condition and options.  The board is expected to review the options and comment about possible facility solutions.

 

 

 

X.

7:55 PM

REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

 

 

 

A.

Students Director Report

Prepared and presented by Renee Woods

5 mins

INFORM

 

B.

Financial Update

Prepared and presented by Art Clarke

15 mins

ACTION

 

XI.

8:15 PM

REPORTS BY INDIVIDUAL BOARD MEMBERS

Prepared by staff, discussion by Board

15 mins

INFORM /

DISCUSS

 

 

Board Member Reports

 

 

 

 

Liaisons: The board will discuss the model of having board members assigned to individual schools and if so, what the expectation is for serving in a liaison role.

 

 

 

 

SBD 1105 Director Districts: It is the responsibility of the board of directors to establish the boundaries of the internal director districts of the school district, and to redistrict the director districts as necessary.  The board of directors, with the assistance of the administration, the educational service district, the state redistricting commission and consultants (e.g., attorneys, demographic experts, etc.) as appropriate, will discuss the possible division or redistricting of the district.

 

 

 

XII.

8:30 PM

EXECUTIVE SESSION 

RCW 42.30.110: (g) To evaluate the qualifications of an applicant for public employment or to review the performance of a public employee.

60 mins

INFORM

 

XIII.

9:30 PM

ADJOURNMENT