BOE‎ > ‎2018-2019 agenda-minutes‎ > ‎

August 13 2018 Minutes

CHENEY USD #268

BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING

CHS Library

Monday August 13, 2018

6:30 pm Special Meeting

Agenda

 

 

 

1.         CALL MEETING TO ORDER

President Marcia Kampling called the meeting to order at 6:30 pm.  Members present were Jarrod Bartlett, Brandt Ditgen, Jason Gregory, Julie Peintner and Rusty Slusser.  Member Matt Voth was absent.  Also present were David Grover, Superintendent and Dawn Hampel, Board Clerk.

 2.         DISCUSSION OF THE USD 268 2018-19 BUDGET

Superintendent Grover shared with the Board the 2018-19 District State Budget.  His discussion

included:

·         The Open Page

o    Property Valuations

o    Past and estimated FTE’s

o    Bond Indebtedness review

·         Form 150

o    Calculates the FTE

o    Calculates funding

·         Form 155

o    Calculates the Local Option Budget (LOB)

·         Code 99

o    Notice of Hearing

o    Shows actual expenditures from the past 2 years, budgeted expenses for the new year as well as the mill levies for each fund over the 3-year period.

 3.         MOTION TO ADOPT THE BUDGET FOR PUBLICATION  

It was moved by Jason Gregory and seconded by Rusty Slusser to approve the 2018-19 budget for publication.  Motion carried   6-0

 4.         EXECUTIVE SESSION

            None was needed.

 5.         MOTION TO ADJOURN

Marcia Kampling adjourned the special meeting at 6:55 pm.

 


 

CHENEY USD #268

BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING

CHS Library

Monday August 13, 2018

7:00 pm Regular Meeting

Agenda

 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 and Rusty Slusser.  Member Matt Voth was       absent.  Also present were David Grover, Superintendent; Greg Rosenhagen, CHS Principal; Ron         Orsak, CMS Principal; Deana Waltrip, CES Principal; Todd Hague, Activities Director and Asst HS                    Principal; Lori Kutilek, Director of Teaching and Learning and Dawn Hampel, Board Clerk.

 2.         PUBLIC FORUM

            No patrons were present.

 3.         APPROVAL OR REVISION OF AGENDA

It was moved by Julie Peintner and seconded by Jarrod Bartlett approve the agenda as presented.  Motion carried  6-0

 4.         APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA

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

·         Minutes of July 9, 2018 Regular Meeting

·         August 27, 2018 6:00 pm Adoption of 2018-19 budget

·         Payment of Bills

·         Approve PDC plan

·         Out-of-District students

·         Approval of Negotiated Agreement

·         Amend Ribbit bid to $56,000 for sale of old computers


5.         DISCUSSION ON POSSIBLE SRO

            Police Chief Ken Winter along with two of his officers, Jeremy Watts and Kyle Threadgill, shared a video about SRO’s and discussed with the Board:

·         State laws regarding SRO’s

·         responsibilities of SRO’s

·         they work closely with administrator’s

·         they are role models for the students

·         they help with de-escalating situations

·         the required training and certifications

 

6.         APPROVAL OF STUDENT HANDBOOKS

            It was moved by Jarrod Bartlett and seconded by Jason Gregory to approve the Building Student Handbooks as presented.  Motion carried   6-0

 

7.         BOE MEMBERS FOR COMMITTEE

            The District will need a Board member for each committee listed below:

                        Tuition Reimbursement:             Matt Voth

                        Supplemental Schedule:            Jason Gregory

                        Incentives for Masters:             

                        Classified Salary Schedule:        Julie Peintner

 

8.         APPROVE MODIFYING THE ENDS OF SOFTBALL DUGOUTS

            Member Jason Gregory is going to check into getting a computer model showing different angles from various seating positions regarding the dugouts in order to make a more informed decision.

 

9.         LEADERSHIP REPORTS

            CHS PRINCIPAL’S BOE REPORT:

            ● On-line enrollment went fairly smooth for the first year

            ● I attended the KSHSAA Administrators Seminar on July 25 at Maize HS

            ● Our admin team spent July 31 in Hutchinson at a Leadership Summit hosted by ESSDACK.

            ● Coach Baldwin was a guest presenter at the KSHSAA Coaching School in Topeka on July 31-   August 2

            ● Several of our other coaches attended the annual Coaching School as well.

            ● Our new classification system will be at the forefront as we begin activities. We anticipate                      remaining a Class 3A school and will know much more about the effects of classification on our    count day in September.

            ● We will again be doing porch visits this year for our incoming 9th grade students and any new    students.

 

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

            · Summer is wrapping up and we had several coaches that spent time working with kids, helping them develop athletically and within their sport.

·         Coach Simmons and Coach Wulf have been running each morning at 7:30 with cross country team members

·         Coaches Wehrman, Self, Schultz, Pipkin, and Tolar all supervised the weight room where we had three different sessions offered four days a week.

·         Coach Baldwin had three different levels of teams playing in summer leagues

·         Coach Scheer had a team playing summer league

·         Coach Quick and Coach Johnson each had summer league teams

·         Assistant coaches were involved on many of the teams

            ·Coach Lee Baldwin and Coach Ashley Oliver were both invited by KSHSAA to speak at the         annual coaches’ clinic.

            · The gym floors were refinished in mid-July and look great in preparation for the new year

            · I attended the KSHSAA Admin Seminar in late July at Maize.

            · I attended an ESSDACK leadership conference in Hutchinson in late July.

            · Much of the back to school prep includes making sure students are eligible to play on three        levels:

·         Academics

·         Health (physical, concussion training)

·         Transfer

·         Coach prep is also a big part of back to school

·         20 coaches and administrators took part in First Aid, CPR and AED training on Aug 7 at the school. Sarah Torres provided the training at no cost and we appreciate her help very much! Each participant is certified through AHSI.

·         Fall coaches are required to take concussion and heat acclimatization training

            · KSHSAA has implemented new Fall practice rules. No teams are allowed 2 practices a day for   the first 6 days of practice. After that, if teams do practice twice a day, they cannot do so on            consecutive days.

            · First practices are Aug 13

            · Block Party Scrimmages are Aug 24

            · First Home Games are Volleyball August 30 and Football August 31

 

            CMS PRINCIPAL’S BOE REPORT:

            ● Enrollment went well. We only had about 5 parents come in to the office to complete the            process.

            ● I had the honor of working with Jimmy Casas in person, along with Lori Kutilek, Deana Waltrip, and 25 other educators from different districts on Thursday, July 26th. He wrote an awesome   book called “Culturize”. 

            ● ESSDACK hosted a leadership summit on Tuesday, July 31st. It was a great meeting with a      message from Dr. Watson, and a chance to work with our admin team and other admin teams        from surrounding districts.

            ● Getting prepared for the return of staff and students. This year we will move towards more PBL (Project or Problem Based Learning).

            ● Monday 8/13: first day of practice for fall sports, 6th grade open house 6pm

            ● Tuesday 8/14: 7&8th grade open house 6pm

            ● Thursday 8/16: first day with students

            ● Friday 8/24: Cardinal Block Party

            ● Thursday 8/30: first competitions for CMS cross country, football, and volleyball

 

            CES PRINCIPAL’S BOE REPORT:

            ● Enrollment was a great success and we only have 5 families that have not completed the          process.

            ● Ron, Lori, and I learned a great deal at the Jimmy Casas workshop in July and are planning on using this knowledge this upcoming year with staff.

            ● I attended the ESSDACK leadership summit last week. We heard Dr. Watson speak, as well as             networked with fellow administrators in a variety of districts.

            ● I am very excited for the beginning of this year, arrival of staff and then the arrival of students.

            ● I have worked with Mrs. Kutilek and Miss Long on the staff theme this year. The visual representation will be a compass that says What’s your true North!!! and we will do a couple of different activities building relationships with each other as there are quite a few new faces     at CES including mine. The quote will be: “Let your compass guide your passion with          compassion.”

            ● Monday 8/13: All certified staff at CES PLD Day

            ● Tuesday 8/14: 5:30 open house

            ● Thursday 8/16: first day with students 1-5 and Kindergarten ASQ screening appointments.

            ● Friday 8/10: Kindergarten ASQ Screening appointments

            ● Monday 8/20 1st day of school for Kindergarten classes

 

            TEACHING AND LEARNING DIRECTOR’S REPORT:

            ● The Jimmy Casas workshop was inspirational and exceptional. We brought back many ideas     for building and maintaining a healthy culture.

            ● New teacher training went well on 8/9/18. We have a great bunch of new educator’s in Cheney and we are excited about what they bring to our district.

            ● Kindergarten screening will take place the first two days of school. Kindergarten teachers, Title teachers, and their paras will be administering these assessments.

 

            COLLEGE AND CAREER READY DIRECTOR’S REPORT:

            ● 23 High school seniors enrolled in either a Career and Technical Education Work Based            Experience Internship program or 3rd year Capstone Course. I.e. (General Services III course)          Students can either work on site with a supervisor or rebuild a personal vehicle as a capstone             project.

            ● Careers covered with the 23 students: Automotive, Restaurant Management, Health Science     (hospital rounds), Construction, Athletic training, Vet Science, Electrician, Military, Ag Business,     Film Maker, AV communications (documentaries of City of Cheney), Child Life Specialist, Fitness             Trainer.

            ● ACT/Work Keys to be administered free to Kansas juniors in 2018-2019

           

            TOPEKA — Kansas juniors will be able to take the ACT test and Work Keys assessment for free during the 2018-2019 school year, the Kansas State Department of Education announced    Tuesday, Aug. 7.

           

            Kansas joins 18 other state education agencies currently providing the ACT for students. 

            The ACT test, introduced in 1959, gauges a student’s readiness for success in the first year of     college. The test provides standardized data on student achievement and readiness. The no-cost        ACT test will be offered statewide Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019.

           

            The ACT Work Keys assessments have been used for more than two decades to measure

            essential workplace skills and help people build career pathways. Work Keys measures

            foundational skills, including both hard and soft skills. Every junior in Kansas will have the

            opportunity to earn an ACT Work Keys National Career Readiness Certificate. There are three

            assessments required to qualify for the certificate, ACT Work Keys applied math; ACT Work Keys

            workplace documents; and ACT Work Keys graphic literacy. The free Work Keys assessment will

            be administered statewide Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019.

           

            KSDE recommends that all juniors –as well as those seniors who didn’t have an opportunity to

            take the assessments during the 2017-2018 school year – take both assessments.

            KSDE and ACT have signed a contract to administer at no charge to the student or district both    the ACT and Work Keys to all juniors and any senior who has not had the opportunity to complete        the assessments. ACT and Work Keys are not required assessments. A student may complete          both or just one. 

                        Statewide ACT testing date –Wednesday, February 20, 2019

                        Writing not included

                        Statewide Work Keys testing date –Thursday, February 21, 2019

                        Graphic Literacy

                        Applied Math

                        Workplace Documents

                        Accommodations (specific details not yet available)

                        Student score reports will be available 3–8 weeks after testing

                        Students may choose to have ACT scores sent to colleges

                        National Career Readiness Certificates will be provided to those who qualify

                        Administered locally – Each high school registering students for the free assessments will

                        be responsible for administering the tests

                        Schools will choose between paper/pencil or computer for assessment delivery

                        Make-up Date – (inclement weather or absences) Tuesday, April 2, 2019

                        TEST record required for initial registration

                        Training dates (locations and times to be determined)

                        Tuesday, October 2

                        Wednesday, October 3

                        Thursday, October 4

                        ACT will have multiple sessions and a booth at the KSDE Annual Conference October 16

                        & 17, 2018 in Wichita

                        Additional information will be available after the KSDE meeting with ACT on August 21                             and 22, 2018

 

10.        BOE REPORTS

            Marcia Kampling attended the Special Education BOE meeting in July:

·         They voted for President and Vice-president

·         Brian Wilson was hired as an Asst. Director

·         Reported on job openings and hiring’s

·         Reported on job fair

·         Discussed salaries, capital outlay projects and assessments

             Member Rusty Slusser discussed the possibility for risers in the new CES gymnasium for when it is used                 for programs.  It is difficult to see the students when they perform.

      

            Brandt Ditgen had a question regarding the approval process of out-of-district students.

 

11.        EXECUTIVE SESSION

            At 8:22 pm Jarrod Bartlett moved, seconded by Brandt Ditgen, for the Board 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 return to open session in this room       at 8:45 pm.  Motion carried       (Present were the BOE members and the Superintendent)

The Board resumed open session at 8:45 pm.

             *KOMA – Kansas Open Meetings Act

            12.        APPROVAL OF JOB OFFERINGS / RESIGNATIONS

            It was moved by Julie Peintner and seconded by Jason Gregory to approve the following job        offerings:                                    Motion carried   6-0

                        Kori Hague – CMS Head Track Coach

                        Melanie Tolar – CMS Asst Track Coach

                        Jerry Self – CMS Asst FB Coach

                        Troy Schartz – CES Night Custodian

                        Brandy Becker – CES Aide

             It was moved by Julie Peintner and seconded by Jason Gregory to approve the following job        resignations:                        Motion carried   6-0

                        Melissa Webb – CES Reading Para

                        Kirk Smith – CES Night Custodian

                        Sophia Rutledge – Special Education Bus Driver

                        Tim Hiebert – CHS Scholars Bowl Coach

 13.        ADJOURNMENT

            President Marcia Kampling adjourned the meeting at 8:48 pm.

 

___________________________________________                  ________________________________

Marcia Kampling, Board President                                              Dawn M Hampel, Board Clerk

Comments