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JUNE 15, 2018

 

REGULAR JUNE MEETING

June 18, 2018; 6:00 p.m.

Lawrence County High School

Louisa, Kentucky

 

AGENDA

1. CALL TO ORDER

Mission:  Every Child College and Career Ready; A Community Involved and Informed

The Pledge to the United States Flag

2. APPROVE AGENDA

3. STUDENT/STAFF PRESENTATIONS/RECOGNITIONS

4. COMMUNICATION

4.A. Superintendent’s Update

4.A.1.  Personalized Learning for Teachers (Conference & Micro-credentials)

4.A.2.  Personalized Learning for Students

4.A.3.  Vision Statement for Board Review for Special Board Meeting

4.A.4.  Special Board Meeting Date- June 27 @ 5:00 PM

4.A.5.  Annual Principal Calendar Development

4.A.6.  Local Planning Committee Update

4.A.7.  KASA/KASS Conference for July 25-27

4.A.8.  Superintendent Vacation (June 28-July 6)

4.B. Public Comment

5. STUDENT LEARNING AND SUPPORT SERVICES

5.A. Approve Minutes of the May 10, 2018 Special Meeting &Tentative Budget Work Session and May 21, 2018 Regular Meeting

5.B. Approve Claims and Orders of the Treasurer

5.C. Approve the Monthly Financial Report: Finance Officer Brandi VanHoose

5.C.1. Bank Reconciliation Report

5.C.2. MUNIS Balance Sheet and Monthly Financial Report

5.C.3. Finance Update

CONSENT AGENDA

5.D. Approve Consent Agenda items:

5.D.1. Per diem and expenses for members present

5.D.2. Contracts & Services:

5.D.2.a. D-C Elevator Company, Inc. annual price adjustments for service agreements with LMS and LCHS

5.D.2.b. Annual ASEOP (absence and substitute management) renewal with Frontline Education; July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019: $13,898.69

5.D.2.c. Annual KEEIS Consortium Partnership Fee with PSST Seamless Data Solutions; July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019: $5,055.00

5.D.2.d. TalentEd Renewal with PeopleAdmin; July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019: $6,955.26

5.D.2.e. Annual Sports Complex Turf Management Contract with Quicksand Farms, LLC; July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019: Total: $13,120.00

5.D.2.f. 2018-2019 Special Education Services: (pending liability insurance)

5.D.2.f.1. Physical Therapy: Anna Frazier-Brooks, Inspire Therapy Services

5.D.2.f.2. Orientation and Mobility: Karen Hinkle

5.D.2.f.3. Speech Services: Ginger Johnson-Fife

5.D.2.f.4. East Kentucky Psychological Resources

5.D.2.g. 2018-2019 Contract for Nonresident Pupils with the Johnson County School District

5.D.2.h. 2018-2019 Memorandum of Understanding with Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Community Work Transition Program (CWTP)

5.D.2.i. KEDC Education Innovation and Research (EIR) Program Grant Participation Letter of Support

5.D.2.j. 2018-2019 Youth Career Connect (YCC) Memorandum of Understanding between KEDC and Lawrence County Schools

5.D.3. Requests:

5.D.3.a. Request for creation of Lawrence County High School Boys Soccer Booster Club

5.D.3.b. Use of Facilities:

5.D.3.b.1. LCHS gym by OnPoint Ballers for boys basketball clinic; May 29, 2018; Carla Booth & Travis York; pending documentation/liability insurance

5.D.3.b.2. LCHS baseball Field & Facility by American Legion for American Legion State Baseball Tournament; Travis Feltner & Mike Delaney; July 24-29, 2018; with certificate of liability insurance

5.D.3.b.3. LCHS gym by Sports City U for girls basketball clinic; June 20-21, 2018; Jim Clayton; with certificate of liability insurance

5.D.3.b.4. LEES gym by RiseAbove, Inc / Hoops for Hope for basketball tournament; June 22-24, 2018; Derek Hinkle and Matt Brown; pending proof of liability insurance

5.D.3.c. Requests for Assistance:

5.D.3.c.1. Permission for overnight school trip to FFA State Convention in Lexington, Kentucky; Melissa Blackburn; and request for assistance with cost of lodging; $1,505.76

5.D.4. For Review/FYI: (no action required)

5.D.4.a. School Activity Fund Reports (except FES): May

5.D.4.b. SBDM/Advisory Council Minutes (LMS; FES; LCHS)

5.D.4.c. 2017-2018 KHSAA Annual Verification of Title IX Procedures

5.D.4.d. KSBA: SB101: New Filing Requirements for all School Board Candidates 5.D.4.e. KSBA: 2018 Summer Leadership Institute on July 13-14

5.E. QUARTERLY ACADEMIC & RtI DASHBOARD REPORTING

5.E.1. Introduction

          Dr. Robbie Fletcher, Superintendent, and Dr. Webb, Chief Academic Officer

5.E.2. School Quarterly Reports

Louisa West Elementary (K-1): Debbie Delong, Principal; Louisa East Elementary (2-5): Anna Prince, Principal; Blaine Elementary School (K-8): Shawn Jennings, Principal; Fallsburg Elementary School (K-8): Sara Bowen, Principal; Louisa Middle School (6-8): Joey Cecil, Principal; Lawrence County High School (9-12): Christy Moore, Principal

5.E.3. Plus/Delta & Next Steps for District Quarterly Report
          Dr. Robbie Fletcher, Superintendent, and Dr. Webb, Chief Academic Officer

5.F. Review/Approve 2018-2019 District & School Professional Development Plans

        Dr. Webb, Chief Academic Officer

5.G. Approve 2018-2019 District Travel Reimbursement Rate

5.H. Approve adult lunch ($3.50) and breakfast ($2.50) prices for 2018-2019 (same as last year)

5.I. Approve Lawrence County Schools Procurement Plan Child Nutrition Plan

5.J. Approve 2018-2019 LCHS student fees:

5.J.1. 2018-2019 LCHS Student Fees (includes Chromebook Usage & Damage/Loss Fees)

5.J.2. 2018-2019 LCHS Sports Ticket Fee Schedule & Guidelines

5.K. Approve permission for LCHS to apply for KVEC’S “Tiny House” Purpose Driven Learning Opportunity Grant

5.L. Approve Section 504 and ARC Chairpersons for 2018-19 to include Director of Special Education, Principals, Assistant Principals, Guidance Counselors, Freshman Academy Instructional Coordinator, and LCHS Special Education Department Chair

5.M. Approve First Reading of Annual KSBA Policy Updates, as follows: 01.0 Definitions; 01.11 General Powers and Duties of the Board; 01.111 District Planning; 01.2 Board Member Qualifications; 01.42 Regular Meetings; 01.43 Closed Sessions; 01.83 In-Service Training; 01.91 Authorization of Charter Schools; 01.911 Charter School Application Process; 01.9111 Charter School Contract; 01.912 Charter School Monitoring, Assessment, and Annual Reports; 01.913 Charter School Renewal, Non-Renewal, Revocation, and Closure; 01.914 Conversion to Charter Schools; 02.421 Election of School Council Members (SBDM); 02.442 Comprehensive School Improvement Plan; 03.11 Hiring (Certified Personnel); 03.121 Salaries (Certified Personnel); 03.1235 Educational/Professional Leave (Certified Personnel); 03.18 Evaluation (Certified Personnel); 03.21 Hiring (Classified Personnel); 03.221 Salaries (Classified Personnel); 03.27 Discipline, Suspension and Dismissal of Classified Employees (Classified Personnel); 03.4 Substitute Teachers; 03.6 Volunteers; 04.1 Budget Planning and Adoption; 04.32 Procurement; 04.91 Financial Statements and Reports; 05.5 Security; 06.33 Regular Bus Stops; 06.34 Conduct on Bus; 08.1341 Essential Workplace Programs; 08.1345 Federal Programs; 08.13451 Title I – Parent and Family Engagement Policy; 08.3 School Calendar; 09.11 School Attendance Areas; 09.12 Admissions and Attendance; 09.1231 Dismissal from School; 09.211 Health Care Examination; 09.22 Student Health and Safety; 09.224 Emergency Medical Treatment; 09.227 Child Abuse; 09.313 Eligibility (Athletics)

5.N. Approve Review of Annual KSBA Procedure Updates, as follows: 01.91 AP.1 Charter School Authorization; 01.911 AP.1 Charter School Application; 01.9111 AP.1 Charter School Contracts; 02.14 AP.2 Evaluation of the Superintendent; 03.11 AP.1 Hiring (Classified and Certified Personnel); 03.11 AP.21 Job Vacancy Notice (Certified Personnel); 03.121 AP.1 Salaries; 03.121 AP.22 Personnel Documents (Classified and Certified Personnel); 03.18 AP.22 Evaluation Committee/Evaluators and Observers (Certified Personnel); 05.45 AP.1 Crowd Control; 06.32 AP.1 Eligibility for Transportation; 08.133 AP.1 Extended School/Direct Student Services; 09.111 AP.21 Home Schooling Notification; 09.12 AP.1 Student Enrollment and Homeless/Immigration Status; 09.224 AP.1 Emergency Medical Care Procedures; 03.6 AP.21 Criminal Records Release Authorization for Volunteers

5.O. Approve to award bid for banking services for 2018-2019

5.P. Approve to award bid for maintenance vehicles as surplus property

5.Q. New Business

6. PERSONNEL

6.A. Approve creation and/or changes regarding positions

6.B. Approve Brandi VanHoose as Treasurer to the Board for a term beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2020

6.C. Approve Betty Mullins as Secretary to the Board for a term beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2020

6.D. Superintendent Professional Growth and Evaluation System (SPGES)

6.E. Approve to acknowledge receipt of Superintendent's Personnel Action/Update

7. ADJOURNMENT

 

 

Comments  

0 #8 Sally 2018-06-21 12:20
Heard wanting increase in football, baseball and softball coach salaries. Some are double. Education is the curriculum not sports
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0 #7 Sueboo 2018-06-21 09:41
Quoting Healthy:
The crappy healthy lunch thing was M. Obamas thing. Trump did away with it.

No actually Trump scaled back some of the requirements which were ridiculous and non productive, but our school system ignored it and left things as is
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+1 #6 Countygal 2018-06-18 16:11
Quoting Sueboo:
The reason the lunch and breakfast is so high is because all the money they've lost since implementing "healthier meals" which students constantly complain about and 80% of the faculty won't eat it. The majority on the trays go straight to the trash can. No seasoning allowed, no real deserts. Bushels of apples and oranges go in the trash in our school district each week. Total waste. If you think kids are having healthy satisfying meals at school, think again. I'm all for some healthy options, but having it across the board isn't the right approach. Ever wonder why half the kids are packing lunch now? How healthy is it if it's going in the trash? I'd rather my child get something that taste good and satisfies his hunger than to go all day hungry.




If your kids are throwing away APPLES AND ORANGES because they are healthy, then that’s not the schools fault or M. Obama’s fault, that’s on YOU because you have taught your child that processed fruit-tasting junk is better than fresh fruit.... I bet when you pack your child’s lunch, there isn’t a fresh thing in there. It’s all processed, packaged, full of preservatives.. .. but boy it tastes good! And I bet the nutrition in that food is off the charts!!
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+2 #5 Not correct 2018-06-17 23:21
Quoting Lol:
The last name is Blevins.


With that, plus Preston also, they will never lose the contract for mowing UNLESS they are voted out. It’s a no brainer. Vote them out.
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0 #4 Healthy 2018-06-17 22:40
The crappy healthy lunch thing was M. Obamas thing. Trump did away with it.
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+4 #3 Sueboo 2018-06-16 21:31
The reason the lunch and breakfast is so high is because all the money they've lost since implementing "healthier meals" which students constantly complain about and 80% of the faculty won't eat it. The majority on the trays go straight to the trash can. No seasoning allowed, no real deserts. Bushels of apples and oranges go in the trash in our school district each week. Total waste. If you think kids are having healthy satisfying meals at school, think again. I'm all for some healthy options, but having it across the board isn't the right approach. Ever wonder why half the kids are packing lunch now? How healthy is it if it's going in the trash? I'd rather my child get something that taste good and satisfies his hunger than to go all day hungry.
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+4 #2 Lol 2018-06-16 18:32
The last name is Blevins.
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+5 #1 Mowing 2018-06-16 00:10
Barb Robinson has a connection with a person related to the guy that gets the grass mowing every year. Hmmmmm
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