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February 12 2018 Minutes

CHENEY USD #268

BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING

CHS Library

Monday February 12, 2018

7:00 PM Regular Meeting

Minutes

1.         CALL MEETING TO ORDER

President Marcia Kampling called the meeting to order at 7:00 pm.  Members present were Jarrod Bartlett, Brandt Ditgen, Jason Gregory, Julie Peintner, Rusty Slusser and Matt Voth.  Also present were David Grover, Superintendent; Greg Rosenhagen, CHS Principal; Sherri Conrad, CES Principal; Todd Hague, Activities Director; Jodi Grover, Director of CCR; Lori Kutilek, Director of Teaching and Learning; Brad Buscher, Technology Director and Dawn Hampel, Board Clerk.

 

2.         PUBLIC FORUM

            No patrons were present.

 

3.         APPROVAL OR REVISION OF AGENDA

            It was moved by Jason Gregory and seconded by Brandt Ditgen to approve the agenda as           presented.  Motion carried  7-0

 

4.         APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA

            It was moved by Rusty Slusser and seconded by Matt Voth to approve the consent agenda as      presented.  Motion carried  7-0

 

·         Minutes of January 8, 2018 Regular Meeting

·         Minutes of February 5, 2018 Special Meeting

·         Payment of Bills

·         Randy Leroux is continuing to be a Recreation Board member on behalf of the district

·         Accept band donation from Bill Harding for $100

 

5.         CHENEY RECREATION UPDATE ON FINANCIAL PLANNING

            Recreation Director Brent Peintner shared with the Board a detailed slide show regarding:

·         The plan for the Cheney Park Master Plan at Main & MacArthur

·         The history and the evolution of the program

·         The staffing

·         The programs and activities

·         The Complex Amenities and Assistance on south Main

·         Comparison to other area Commissions

·         Program registration fees income since 2001

·         Budgets

·         Facilities and up keep

·         Maintenance of properties

·         Request for mil increase authority

 

6.         UPDATE ON SECURITY CAMERA PLAN

            Technology Director Brad Buscher showed the Board a map of the district, where currently there are security cameras, which ones are due for replacement and possible locations for adding   cameras.

7.         LEADERSHIP REPORTS

            Superintendent’s Report:

·         Discussed with the Board a quote for bleachers at the south complex.  The Board chose to seek out other possibilities.

 

            CHS PRINCIPAL’S REPORT:

            ● Two HS students received 1 ratings a Regional Music last Saturday. They will compete at the    State Piano Festival on February 17.

              We did have an issue at the Homecoming dance that resulted in a 10-day out of school            suspension.

              Thanks to our Student Council for organizing our Homecoming activities.

               Chief Winter and I presented at the quarterly crisis meeting at ESSDACK this past Thursday.

               Congratulations to the Scholars’ Bowl team for placing 3rd at Regionals and qualifying for       State at Douglass on Saturday.

              I would like to commend our teaching staff for going above and beyond as they are often asked            to help develop an educational plan that is best for each INDIVIDUAL student.

              We had 32 students attend Youth for Music last weekend with Mr. Nance in Concordia.

              One HS student will be performing with the All-State Band on February 24 at Century II. She    was selected as one of the top clarinet players in the 4A-1A classification.

              Seven high school students will be serving as pages for Senator Kerschen and Representative             Whitmer in the next couple of months.

              We are making plans for our February 19 Professional Learning Day. Our content teams will     be meeting for part of the day as well as our crisis team and our CTE teachers.

 

            CHS ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL AND HS/MS AD’s BOE REPORT:

              The basketball teams are continuing league play and heading toward the end of the regular      season. The boys are 14-2 and second in league, the girls are 11-5 and third in league.

              We had home bowling on Feb 8 vs Goddard, both our boys and girls won the dual.

              We had a group of 32 students attend Youth for Music at Concordia last weekend.

              At a recent Cardinal Club meeting they approved a $1,000 donation to After Prom, purchased   J Bands for Baseball and also helped supplement the cost of the Youth for Music trip.

              Our new wrestling mat was put to good use as we hosted a MS double dual in our MS gym       with Douglass and Chaparral.

              CHS Scholars Bowl took 3rd at Regional (missing 2nd by 5 points) and qualified for State.

              Two HS students received I ratings at Regional and will compete at State.

              State Scholars Bowl  will be Feb 10 at Douglass

              State Piano will be Feb 17 in Wichita

              League Wrestling was Feb 9th at Trinity - Regional is next week in Hoisington and State in two       weeks at Hays

              Last Home Bowling is Feb 15 (Senior Recognition) and Regional is at Great Bend the following            week

              Home Basketball on Feb 13 vs Conway Springs and final home regular season (Senior Night)   on Feb 22 at Nickerson

              One student for instrumental and one student for vocal have been selected by audition to         perform at the State KMEA convention in two weeks.

 

            CMS PRINCIPAL’S BOE REPORT:

              Wrestling season is underway

              We hosted a Scholars Bowl competition

              CMS students will be participating in the Southern Plains Honor Band on Saturday, Feb. 10th

              Mrs. Patterson and the StuCo organized theme days so the middle school could help support   winter homecoming week.

              Student led conferences are in March - letters to parents will be mailed out to confirm the times

              The PLD on 2/19 has scheduled teachers to facilitate some of the middle school time together.

              We will be meeting with Mrs. Kutilek to get trained in administering this year’s state testing.

              CPMSL Academic day is Wednesday, 2/21 at Belle Plaine. 7th & 8th grade students from the   league schools will compete in math, science, and art.

              The CMS play will be performed on Friday 2/23 at the end of the day for students and at 7pm   for parents and community members.

              8th grade Awards and Promotion will be held in the morning of May 17th

           

            CES PRINCIPAL’S BOE REPORT:

              I am revising the master schedule in order for Mr. Shue to be able to teach an additional prep   at the middle school.

              I will be evaluating 10 teachers and 10 general education para-educators.

              Second Grade Vocal Music Concert was held on February 1st.

              The fifth grade students have been studying the elements of a mystery.

              DARE Graduation has been set for Monday, February 12 at 1:40 in the HS Auditorium.

              Mr. Orsak and I are working with Kelly Ripple the Water Access Manager at Oral Health           Kansas. We are in hopes of securing funds to install water bottle filling stations at the MS and ES.

              Plans for the February 19th Professional Learning Day are underway.

              I have started to receive applications for the open elementary positions at CES.

              Kindergarten screening changes are coming due to the State’s Kindergarten Readiness           Outcomes.

 

            ELEMENTARY TEACHING AND LEARNING DIRECTOR’S REPORT:

              Our 4th FABulous Family was Friday, February 2nd.

            ● 1st and 3rd Grade had their curriculum planning day this week.

              On February 19th during our Professional Development day, will be looking at our curriculum    alignment in each subject area on our curriculum maps.

              The Kansas State Assessments will take place district wide throughout the month of April.

 

            CTE DIRECTOR’S REPORT:

              February is CTE Month

              working on adding Fire Science to the curriculum

              working on individual plans of study for students

 

8.         BOE REPORTS

            The Special Education Cooperative approved the sale of the old Day Care building.

            The Board discussed tuition reimbursement to teacher’s who are required to teach specific           courses as they are added to the curriculum.

 

9.         EXECUTIVE SESSION

            At 9:40 pm it was moved by Matt Voth and seconded by Jarod Bartlett to enter into          executive session for the purpose of discussing personal matters of non-elected personnel      exception under *KOMA to protect the privacy interests of the individual(s) to be discussed,        except that any such person shall have the right to a public hearing if requested by that person         because if these matters were discussed in open session it might invade the privacy of those                discussed and to protect the privacy rights of an employee who is identifiable and that the              Board resumed open session at 9:45 pm.  (Present were BOE members and Superintendent)       Motion carried   7-0

 

            *KOMA – Kansas Open Meetings Act

 

10.        ACCEPTANCE OF JOB OFFERINGS / RESIGNATIONS

            It was moved by Rusty Slusser and seconded by Jason Gregory to approve the resignations from             the following as of the end of this school year.  Motion carried   7-0

 

            Jamie Butler      CMS teacher

            Wendy Wiens    ES teacher

            Niki Jordan       ES teacher

            Carla Ewy         ES Librarian

 

11.        ADJOURNMENT

            President Marcia Kampling adjourned the meeting at 9:46 pm.

 

 

 

 

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Marcia Kampling, Board President                                  Dawn M Hampel, Board Clerk

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