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5-23-18 Board Agenda

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Regular Meeting

May 23, 2018

High School Library

6:00 PM Regular Meeting

 

AGENDA

 

I.

6:00 PM

CALL THE MEETING TO ORDER

 

 

 

II.

 

FLAG SALUTE

 

 

 

III.

 

MINUTES: May 9, 2018 and

                  May 16, 2018 Executive Session

2 mins

ACTION

IV.

 

APPROVAL OF AGENDA

2 mins

ACTION

 

V.

6:05 PM

CONSENT AGENDA

 Prepared by Stephanie McCleary and Art Clarke

 Presented by Rick Thompson

5 mins

ACTION

 

 

 

 

 

Personnel

Certificated Resignation – Abby Jorgensen, Teacher 1.0 FTE

Coach Hire – Chris Storm, CHS Head Football

Classified Resignation – Tom Ammeter, Paraeducator

Accounts Payable

  • ASB Fund                   #1175-1177                             $     242.44
  • ASB Fund                   #1178-1184                             $  3,782.08
  • General Fund              #48108-48133                         $19,987.22
  • General Fund              #48134-48179                         $28,036.90
  • TVF                             #144                                        $     558.55

Gift Acceptance

Chimacum High School Boys and Girls Soccer received $250 each from the Chimacum Arts and Craft Fair organization.

WIAA School Board Resolution Membership Renewal

Signing the School Board Resolution confirms that the Chimacum School District and board will follow WIAA Rules and Regulations.

2018-19 Certificated Staffing Recommendations

The staff will submit a list of certificated and administrative staff for the 2018-19 school year.

 

VI.

6:10 PM

 GOOD NEWS AND RECOGNITION

 Prepared and presented by Rick Thompson

10 mins

INFORM

 

 

Art Clarke will be recognized for receiving the State Auditor’s Stewardship Award.

Kathy McGough will be honored for receiving the Payroll Award for timely accounts during the statewide data blackout.

Chimacum High School Knowledge Bowl team members Christina Bell, Tiburcio Brennen, Emily Calkins, Braden Coleman, JJ Klaric, and Seth Richey will be acknowledged for winning 6th place in the 1A division competition.

 

VII.

6:20 PM

  STUDENT DIRECTOR REPORT

  Prepared and presented by Renee Woods

5 mins

INFORM

 

VIII.

6:25 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.

 

 IX.

6:35 PM

BUSINESS SECTION

Prepared and presented by Art Clarke and Rick Thompson

20 mins

 

 

     A.

 Financial Report

 Art Clarke will review:

ACTION

 

     B.

Approval of Carpet Replacement – Middle School Phase III

ACTION

 

     C.

Kindergarten Registration Update

Superintendent Thompson will update the board on current kindergarten registration details.

INFORM

 

      D.

Adoption of Instructional Materials: Science, 6-12 (SBP 2020)

The Superintendent will recommend science textbooks for adoption at the high school level and for Pi.

ACTION

  X.

6:55 PM

POLICY SECTION

5 mins

ACTION

 

     A.

SBP 5401: Sick Leave – Second Reading

The district’s Sick Leave Policy is recommended for adoption on second reading with no changes from first reading.

 

XI.

7:00 PM

SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORT

Prepared and presented by Rick Thompson

40 mins

 

 

A.

Replacement Levy Communications Plan

The Superintendent will inform the board about how levy facts are shared with the community.

INFORM

 

B.

Discipline Data Review

The board will review discipline data from 2016-18 as part of the comprehensive climate improvement plan.

INFORM

XII.

7:40 PM

BOARD REPORT

Prepared and presented by Mike Gould and School Board Members

15 mins

 

           

 

Senator Van De Wege June 6 invite

Invitation to a special meeting with Senator Van De Wege and Washington Senate Education Staff Specialists at 2:00 PM on June 6th in Sequim, at the Sequim City Hall Council Chambers.  The meeting will discuss Legislative Changes that may affect schools in the 24th Legislative District.

ACTION

 

 

WSSDA Annual Conference

The board will discuss participation in the November 14-17, 2018 WSSDA conference. 

ACTION

 

 

Jefferson County Mental Health and Substance Abuse Advisory Committee

School board members are invited to participate on June 5, 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

ACTION

 

 

XIV.

7:55 PM

ADJOURNMENT