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September 10 2018 Minutes

CHENEY USD #268

BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING

CHS Library

Monday September 10, 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; Ron Orsak, CMS Principal; Deana Waltrip, CES Principal; Todd Hague, Activities Director and Asst            HS Principal; Lori Kutilek, Director of Teaching and Learning; Jodi Grover, CCR Director and          Dawn Hampel, Board Clerk.

 

2.         PUBLIC FORUM

            No patrons were present.

 

3.         APPROVAL OR REVISION OF AGENDA

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

 

4.         APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA

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

·         Minutes of August 13, 2018 Regular Meeting

·         Minutes of August 27, 2018 Special Meeting

·         Payment of Bills

·         Approval of Out-of-District students

·         Approval of Building Site Councils and Building Leadership Teams

·         Acceptance of $300 donation from Cheney United Methodist Women for the Student Assistance Fund

·         Acceptance of $500 donation from United Health Care for volunteer work at CES by Erin Brin

 

5.         STUDENT LED DISCUSSION ON SCHOOL LUNCHES

            High School students Sam Creek and Chayan Fox discussed with the Board the changes in the    School Lunch Program – additional milk choices, open salad bar and positive feedback on meal             changes.  Mr. Grover credited the changes to the ability to partner with the Renwick School       District which give the new Food Service Director, Heidi Wells, more choices and aids in cost          savings.

 

6.         CRC BUDGET PRESENTATION FOR 2019-2020

            Brent Peintner discussed the CRC’s:

·         budget funds

·         reviewed their needs and responsibilities

·         update on their Sports Complex on south Main

·         information on programs and travel Youth Sports teams

 

            Jason Gregory arrived at 7:42 pm during the CRC discussion.

 

 

7.         LEADERSHIP REPORTS

            CHS PRINCIPAL’S BOE REPORT:

                          Our enrollment at the high school is 240

                          This past Wednesday we took all JR’s and SR’s on a College and Career Road Trip.

                          I have observed a number of classrooms and feel fortunate to have a great staff that

                        know our kids and have had experience with them.

                          Our Building Leadership Team met this past week

                        ● We discussed P/T Conference format for October

                          We are very pleased with the floor work done over the summer in the FACS room.

                          We will be sending a number of students to the State Fair for various reasons. As

                        always, the band will be performing on Wednesday. FFA and FCCLA students will be

                        attending as well and working in booths or providing service projects.

                          Our individualized PD day is up and coming. Teachers are to have their plans turned in

                        Wednesday for approval.

                          We will have our first staff meeting next week.  

                          I’ll be attending the KSHSAA Board of Directors meeting next Wednesday in Topeka                            and then heading to Manhattan. An area Superintendent named Mr. Grover volunteered                           me for mentoring two new high school principals in our area. The Kansas Educational

                        Leadership Institute (KELI) provides leadership training for administrators with their initial

                        license. I think it will be a learning experience for me as well.

 

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

                          MS Volleyball has enough girls for a 7A, 8A and Mixed B team this year.

                          MS Football is off to a 2-0 start.

                          The schedule is a growing problem, as we were barely able to get a full schedule for                            the A team and now two teams have dropped to 8 man games based on their numbers.                           I’ve reached out across the state to no avail on this year’s schedule. Our league is                             looking into joining other leagues for football scheduling purposes next year.

                          MS Cross Country has more girls than usual this year, but less boys.

                          HS Golf was able to recruit some new team members, so we will be able to have a V                            and JV team.

                          HS Cross Country ran at Clearwater and Hesston, both uniquely formatted meets, but                          now will settle into their “regular season” of standard meets.

                          HS Volleyball is working to find the right mix of girls as they had many holes to fill this                           season.

                          HS Football opened with a competitive and tough home game, coming up short                                    against Garden Plain at the end of the game. Our next two games will be league                                      opponents, but non-district games. This season begins a new format with 5 district                                   games.

                          We were able to recognize Harold Bohm at our home football game. 45 years of                                 service is quite the feat!

                          We have a Debate Coach, Jackie Ternes is able to fill the role for our kids involved in                           Debate.

                          Home Football vs Chaparral will be Hometown Heroes Night and the Mini Cheer Clinic

                          Our home golf tournament will be 9/17

                          Volleyball is on the road at Haven tourney and then a tough tri at Garden Plain,                                    featuring Rose Hill, one of the top 4A teams in the state.

                          Our Marching Band will perform at the State Fair on 9/12

 

            CMS PRINCIPAL’S BOE REPORT

                          We ended up doing two crisis drills in August.

                          Fall sports are underway.

                          Mrs. Weber’s 8th grade recently completed their ceiling tile project. They picked a                                significant event or person from history and then decorate a piece of butcher paper the                             size of a ceiling tile. This is the second year she has done this, and her room really looks                                awesome.

                          We have started our book discussion over Culturize by Jimmy Casas. We are sharing

                        our thoughts via a Google doc. We don’t have a time during the day for all of us to meet,

                        so this is the best way. Good conversations.

                          Teachers are preparing their submissions for the Personal Learning Day on Monday,

                        September 24th.

                          CMS has once again partnered with the Golden Age Home. Since we have seminar

                        every day, this gives us a chance to have a set day during the week for a seminar class

                        to go over and do an activity with the senior citizens.

                          We have also brought back clubs. Every Friday, the students go to a club of their                                 choice during seminar time. This allows students to see teachers in a different light. For                            example, Mr. Gillett is hosting the “Who’s Line is it Anyway?” club. Students and teachers                         are really enjoying it.

                          We also wanted to make reading a focus for this year. We will be giving away prizes to

                        students for reaching their AR goal and other accomplishments. Every Monday during

                        seminar is DEAR (drop everything and read) time. The students also have the reward of

                        Mr. Orsak spending a day on the roof if 75% of the students reach their AR goal by the

                        end of the semester.

 

            CES PRINCIPAL’S BOE REPORT

                          We have completed our first two crisis drills, staff and students did a great job.

                          Ms. Long, Mrs. Kutilek, and I all attended the MTSS conference and it was                                           Phenomenal.

                          Today is our first FAB family day and they are SO excited.

                          Jump rope for heart kick off is also today.

                          Today was the first day for DARE and Chief Winter and I met with 5th graders                                      interested in crossing guard and that will be starting soon as well.

                          Finishing testing and then planning our implementation to meet the student in needs                             skills.

                          Professional Development days by teams will be happening next week and I look                                 forward to the time to work with our great team.

 

            TEACHING AND LEARNING DIRECTOR’S BOE REPORT:

                          Mrs. Waltrip, Jeanine Long and myself attended the MTSS conference September 4-                            6th.

                          Our first FAB family event was Friday, September 7th.

                          Benchmark screening has begun for all students K-5 in the areas of Reading and                                 Math.

                          Teachers will analyze the data from the benchmark screenings and set up schedules                           for interventions to begin. All students receive core instruction and students in need will                            receive targeted instruction in addition to the core.

                          New teacher training continues in Pathways (K and 2nd) and Engineering by Design                            (K-5).

                          The individualized professional development day is coming on September 24th.

 

            COLLEGE AND CAREER DIRECTOR’S REPORT:

                          Below is a list of partners for Cheney High School’s Work Based Learning/Professional

                        Learning Program this semester.

 

                        CHS Industrial Arts building                   Dr. Birney - Veterinarian

                        City of Cheney                                      Heartland Vet Clinic

                        Twietmeyer Dentistry                             Sedg County Electric

                        Special Education Cooperative               CoMark

                        Todd Rosenhagen Construction             Wesley Medical Center

                        Auburn Hills CC                                     Children’s Mercy

                        Dr. Stephen Gould                                 Key Construction

                        Body Force                                           Cheney Electric

                        Farmer’s Cooperative

 

            ● Each student completed an application process which included:

                        Current resume

                        Essay on what he can contribute to the experience along with what he wants to learn                               from the experience.

                        Essay reflecting alignment with his Individual Plan of Study

                        Two references (1 in school, 1 outside of school)

                        Students in General Services III are working on Cost Analysis and detailed plan                                       for care rebuild.

                          Students have assignments while in Work Based Learning/Professional Learning                                

                        Experiences:

                          Journal daily reflecting on experience.

                          Research articles on career and organization

                          Personality test

                          WIX.com professional portfolio completion by December 15th.

                          Update resume reflecting semester experiences and activities

              September 20th count for CTE students (working on graphing students in CTE courses and      calculating minutes of time for all students in a CTE Technical or Application Level Course.

              We’ve been working on mapping a more intense approach for meeting the need of

            Individual Plans of Study and Social Emotional Growth. Below is a SAMPLE of our

            outline mapped with State Board Outcomes, SECD Standards and Core Standards. We

            are currently working on adding and linking activities to each grade level.

              Freshmen

              Sophomore

              Junior

              Senior

              October 5, 2018 - Manufacturing Day at WSUTech. (we have 25 spots available from   (WSUTech) Mr. Bearley and Mr. Sutter will have signups the next two weeks in their         classes. We will then open any remaining spots to those who show an interest in    Manufacturing   on their Individual Plans of Study.

              November 6th -Career Expo - 8th grade, 10th grade, 11th grade students will travel to Hutchinson Mall to see over 200 interactive business/industry and post-secondary    institution displays and presentations.

 

8.         BOE REPORTS

            Mr. Grover attended the Special Education meeting in August for Jarrod Bartlett.

 

9.         EXECUTIVE SESSION

            At 8:23 pm Jason Gregory moved, seconded by Matt Voth, 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 8:28 pm.  Motion carried 7-0   (Present were the BOE       members and the Superintendent)

 

The Board resumed open session at 8:28 pm.

 

            *KOMA – Kansas Open Meetings Act

 

10.        APPROVAL OF JOB OFFERINGS / RESIGNATIONS

            It was moved by Julie Peintner and seconded by Brandt Ditgen to approve the following job         offerings:                        Motion carried    7-0

                        Jackie Ternes – CHS Debate Coach

                        Cathy Lee – CES Dishwasher

                        Kevin Schultz – CMS Head Wrestling

                        Andrew Gahman – Special Ed bus driver

                        Shawny Montgomery – Scholars Bowl Co-sponsor

                        Donna Young – transfer from CES Cook to CES Head Cook

                       

            It was moved by Matt Voth and seconded by Jarrod Bartlett to approve the following job   resignations:                 Motion carried    7-0

                        Bryan Barton – CMS Asst. Boys Basketball

 

11.        ADJOURNMENT

            President Marcia Kampling adjourned the meeting at 8:35 pm.

 

 

 

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Marcia Kampling, Board President                                              Dawn M Hampel, Board Clerk
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