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June 29, 2018

All items passed in special session; Supt. personnel update announced

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. STUDENT LEARNING AND SUPPORT SERVICES

2.A. Approve Claims and Orders of the Treasurer

2.B. Approve Consent Agenda items:

2.B.1. Per diem and expenses for members present

2.B.2. Contracts and services:

2.B.2.a. Renewal of annual Renaissance Place subscriptions (Accelerated Reader, Star Early Literacy, Star Reading, and Star Math) and hosting services fees: Total: $36,396.76

2.B.2.b. Renewal of Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) for Measures of Academic (MAP): $29,425.00

2.B.2.c. Lenovo Chromebooks payment: $60,270.61

2.B.2.d. Letter of Agreement between Lawrence County Board of Education and Tri-State Rehab Services, Ironton, Ohio; athletic training services and physical therapy for high school 2018/19 sports season: $3,750.00 (same as last year)

2.B.2.e. Renewal: PSST AESOP BDIA Annual Subscription: $3,733.80

2.B.2.f. Renewal: PSST Custom Check Template Annual Service: $395.00

2.B.2.g. 2018-2019 Memorandum of Agreement with Ashland Community and Technical College (ACTC) for dual credit program

2.B.2.h. Memorandum of Agreement with Morehead State University for dual credit program for the 2018-19 academic year

2.B.2.i. Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Lawrence County Schools and Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) sponsored by Morehead State University (Drug Prevention/Education Curriculum Initiative 2nd Year for Grades 3-8)

2.B.2.j. Health/Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs (ATOD) ETR HealthSmart Curriculum; K, 1, 2: $873.53 and high school: $639.99

2.B.2.k. Naviance (College and Career Readiness Platform for middle and high school); July 2, 2018 to July 1, 2021: $27,635.20

2.B.2.l. STRIV>ENMEDIA for VJS Junior Site Licenses for four elementary schools; one year: $4,203.75

2.B.2.m. KDE Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with Lawrence County Schools for Family Resource/Youth Service Centers (FRYSC) SFY19: $233,600

2.B.3. 18-19 Fundraiser Requests:

2.B.3.a. Louisa Middle School

2.B.3.b. Lawrence County High School

2.B.4. Request: Lawrence County FFA and Fair Board requests use of bleachers from the soccer field for the Lawrence County Fair in July; bleachers will be returned by August 1, 2018; Rick and Melissa Blackburn

2.C. Approve district and student insurances for 2018-2019

2.D. Discuss Vision Statement for Lawrence County Schools

2.E. Discuss/Approve Next Steps in the Nickel Tax Process

2.F. Approve 2018-2019 Preschool Tuition of $200 per month (same as last year)

2.G. Approve Second 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)

3. PERSONNEL

3.A. Approve updates to Lawrence County Schools 2018-2019 Salary Schedule

3.B. Approve KEDC Contract regarding Assignment of Personnel for 2018-2019: $18,000

3.C. Approve to acknowledge Superintendent’s Personnel Action/Update

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

3.D.1. Annual Evaluation: Dr. Robbie Fletcher, Superintendent

3.D.1.a. Capstone Presentation

3.D.1.b. Review of Professional Growth Plan

3.D.2. Approve to enter Executive Session for preliminary discussions relating to evaluation of the superintendent pursuant to KRS 61.810(1)(k) and KRS 156.557(6)(c)

3.D.3. Approve return to Open Session

3.D.4. Discuss and approve adoption of Dr. Robbie Fletcher’s Superintendent Summative Evaluation for 2017-18

4. ADJOURNMENT

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Superintendent’s Personnel Action/Update

June 27, 2018


Hiring

Kimberly Spence - Teacher at Lawrence County High School

Change of Position

Sarah McClanahan - From Teacher at Louisa East Elementary School to District Resource Teacher and Gifted and Talented Education Teacher/Coordinator (effective July 1, 2018)

Abandonment of Employment

Joyce Thompson - Full-Time Bus Monitor

Resignations

Tina Hall - Teacher at Lawrence County High School
Victoria Wechsler - Teacher at Louisa East Elementary School
Kimberly Hatfield - LBD Teacher at Fallsburg Elementary School

 

 

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-2 #1 Whatever 2018-07-02 13:50
Borrow the bleachers? Good lord ive heard it all!
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