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November 12 2017 Minutes



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Monday November 12, 2017

7:00 PM Regular Meeting






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


2.         PUBLIC FORUM

            No patrons were present.



It was moved by Brandt Ditgen and seconded by Matt Voth to approve the agenda as presented.  Motion carried    6-0



It was moved by Rusty Slusser and seconded by Brandt Ditgen to approve the consent agenda as presented.  Motion carried   6-0    


·         Minutes of October 9, 2017 Regular Meeting

·         Payment of Bills

·         KASB conference – Dec 1-3


            It was moved by Brandt Ditgen and seconded by Jarrod Bartlett to approve the Public Notice of 2- Year Property Tax Review for publication.  Motion carried  6-0



            Randy Leroux and three students shared with the Board the new Health Science Pathways          course on Sports Medicine.  They’ve been working on emergency guides for sporting events and     working with Dr. Gould at games.



            Superintendent’s Report:

·         Informed the Board that they are working on installing the classroom interior door stops


            CHS Principal’s Report:

            ●took all 10th and 11th graders to the Career Expo in Hutchinson

            ●HS math staff met to adjust our curriculum standards

            ●travel plans are being finalize for Marysville Sectional football game

            ●Todd and I attended the KIAAA Workshop in Manhattan on November 6

            ●We received notification and a poster that we are 1 in 6 schools nationwide that require                            education on personal finance

            ●S Montgomery and R Teague attended the A+ fall conference in Oklahoma City on Nov  8

            ●We have visitors coming on Friday, November 17 to visit with us about our A+ Pilot

            ●Our league is planning a Sportsmanship Summit to be held either in the Spring or in the Fall

            ●Our BLT is looking at some Career type activities to implement in our end of semester activities

            ●We moved the Saturday play performance to a Sunday matinee due to the football playoffs 

            ●Mrs. Hillman and I met with the English teachers to discuss our English curriculum


            CHS Asst Principal and AD Report:

            ●The volleyball team had a great State tournament, finishing as State Runner Up

            ●Two girls ran at State Cross Country, Mollie Reno finished 28th and Blaire Hoeme 53rd

            ●The football team made it to the playoffs based on a points tie breaker

            ●We have won two playoff games for the first time in school history

            ●We are on to the Sectional round (eight teams left) on Nov 11th at Marysville

            ●MS Basketball games have begun - approximately 25 boys and 25 girls participating

            ●Monday of this week we hosted the CPL All League selections meeting

            ●Sunday evening and Monday I attended the KIAAA Fall Workshop in Manhattan

            ●Two students and Stacy Devore attended the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis

            ●KMEA District Auditions were held in Andover. Several Cheney students auditioned and Natalie                Burdick, Jonah Galloway, Caden Hampton and Brianna Lorenz were selected out of over 850                      students for the Kansas District Honor Choir to perform December 2nd at Wichita East HS

            ●Thanks to the Cardinal Club! Lately they have provided:

                                  Chili supper for playoff pregame, fed the band and fed the team after the game

                                  Agreed to purchase a new power rack for weight room

                                  Paying for students on pep bus to attend playoff football and paid for 50 kids at                                        Sub State Volleyball

                                  Feeding the play cast and crew on Friday

            ●Due to the football team’s playoff run we have postponed the Fall Sports Social to November 16

            ●If we win on Saturday, we’d advance to the Sub State round (4). If Phillipsburg is our opponent, we travel, but if Hesston is our opponent, we’d host

            ●The Fall Play will have two performances, Friday night and Sunday afternoon.

            ●Winter HS Sports begin practice on Monday with Basketball and Wrestling.  Boys basketball       players that play football will get a short break between seasons.

            ●We host an Officials Clinic on Saturday the 11th to help new officials getting started in the          profession

            ●CMS Vocal Concert will be next week on Tuesday


            CMS Principal’s Report:

            ●Student led conferences went very well - just below 95% attended working on meeting with the   rest

            ●Red Ribbon week was a success. The majority of our students participated in the dress up days,            and the activities planned by Mrs.Patterson, StuCo, and student ambassadors was awesome.             The main speaker, Brad Hurtig, was phenomenal and well received by students.

            ●CMS basketball season is underway

            ●We had 8 students selected, by audition, to sing in the KMEA choir. This is a big honor, and Mr. Nance said they did a great job.

            ●Our 8th grade US History students participated in a mock congressional hearing. Cheney’s

             mayor Linda Ball and state senator Dan Kerschen took part as members of the review     committee. It was a great experience, and our 8th graders were very impressive.

            ●On Tuesday, 11/7 our 8th graders attended the Career Expo at ESSDACK

            ●Parenting with PRIDE went well

            ●The annual Veteran’s Day assembly was held Friday, 11/10

            ●Mrs. Patterson and I will be reviewing electives and preparing the schedule for second semester 

            ●CMS vocal concert is Tuesday, 11/14


            CES Principal’s Report:

            ●Parent/Teacher conferences were well attended at CES with almost 100% in attendance

            ●All of our special education para positions have been filled

            ●Bryan Barton, a Cheney graduate, has been hired to fill one of the para positions-we are looking

              forward to a male para joining our team

            ●Our staff continues to work closely with our special education cooperative personnel


            ●During our last PLD, our staff learned eight Positive Behavior Intervention Supports to use with

             challenging students.

            ●We kicked off our FABulous Family Events last Friday with an all school assembly

            ●The next meeting is scheduled for December

            ●Jeanine Long, Lori Kutilek and I attended a Trauma Informed Conference several weeks ago

            ●This week’s faculty meeting will focus on refining zones of regulation practices

            ●The Parenting with PRIDE sessions were well attended and received

            ●This year, we will host two Christmas concerts- PreK- 2nd grade will perform in the AM with the

            3rd - 5th grade students performing in the PM

            ●Mrs. Meyer has been busy planning the changes with the help of many parent volunteers.

            ●Evaluations for first -second year teachers will be coming to a close this week


            CCR Director’s Report:

            ●Cody Overman, senior is currently taking an online class in Cybersecurity

            ●8th, 10th, 11th grades students attended over 150 vendors at Hutchinson Career Expo.

            ●Student -Led Conference -93% of our parents/students were scheduled, 83% attended.

            ●The IPS team met to discuss successes and improvements

            ●Attended Perkins nontraditional data meeting

            ●Career and Technical Education Advisory Board Meeting on November 15 at 6:00 p.m.

            ●National Career and Technical Education Conference -Nashville, December 5-9

            ●CAREER CRUISING DEMO ACCOUNT for Individual Plans of Study


            Teaching and Learning Director’s Report:

            ●I attended a Trauma Boot Camp on October 28th at Derby with Sherri Conrad and Jeanine Long

            ●I have had the opportunity to go into the 5th grade classrooms to teach a model guided reading lesson

            ●Our FABulous family event was last Friday - it was both fun and exciting to begin building           relationships

            ●Parenting with P.R.I.D.E -was a great success!

            ●The ASQ3 as well as the ASQSE (Ages and Stages Questionnaire and Ages and Stages           Questionnaire Social/Emotional) is the new Kindergarten Readiness Snapshot Tool adopted by the state department of education

            ●PreK/K and 5th grade will have their curriculum planning dates with me next week



7.         BOE REPORTS

            Marcia Kampling attended the October Special Education Coop meeting.  The Coop had a due     process hearing regarding the placement of a student and whether or not they could be main        streamed.



            At 7:30 pm Van Dewey moved, seconded by Matt Voth, for the Board to enter into executive         session for the purpose of discussing matters relating to actions adversely or favorably affecting a     person as a student, except 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 this matter were discussed in open session it might invade the privacy of     those discussed to protect the privacy rights of a student who is identifiable and that the Board   return to open session in this room at 8:37 pm.   Motion carried  6-0  (Present were BOE members, Superintendent and CES Principal) 


            The Board resumed open session at 8:37 pm.


At 8:37 pm it was moved by Van Dewey and seconded by Rusty Slusser to enter into executive session for preliminary discussions relating to the acquisition of real property under *KOMA, because if this matter were discussed in open session it might jeopardize the Board’s ability to acquire the property and to protect the district’s financial interest and bargaining position and that the Board return to open session in this room at 9:10 pm.  Motion carried  6-0  (Present were BOE members and Superintendent) 


The Board resumed open session at 9:10 pm.


At 9:10 pm it was moved by Jarrod Bartlett and seconded by Brandt Ditgen 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)   Motion carried  6-0


The Board resumed open session at 9:45 pm.


            *KOMA – Kansas Open Meetings Act



9.         ADJOURNMENT

            President Marcia Kampling adjourned the meeting at 9:45 pm.








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Marcia Kampling, President                                           Dawn M Hampel, Board Clerk