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January 14, 2013 at 5:30 PM - SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT AND PAWHUSKA BOARD OF EDUCATION AGENDA

Agenda
1. CALL TO ORDER AND RECORDING OF MEMBERS PRESENT AND ABSENT:
2. WELCOME AND COMMENTS FROM VISITORS:
Rationale:  "Visitors wishing to speak before the board on any item on the agenda must complete a card with name and purpose of address.  A time limit may be imposed by the President."
3. SPOTLIGHT: HONORS TEACHERS FROM EACH SITE -
Rationale: 
  • INDIAN CAMP  - JAQUE KYLER
  • ELEMENTARY   - TERRI CULVER
  • JUNIOR HIGH  -  STACY BIG EAGLE
  • HIGH SCHOOL -  JENNIE WRIGHT

 

4. SCHOOL BOARD RECOGNITION MONTH - JANUARY
5. SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT:
Rationale: 
  1. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAY - JANUARY 21ST
  2. MID-TERM FUNDING ADJUSTMENTS - STATE AID
  3. OPEN TRANSFERS (JANUARY 1 - APRIL 1, 2013)  
  4. IMPACT AID APPLICATION DUE PRIOR TO JANUARY 31, 2013
6. CONSENT AGENDA:
Rationale:  All of the following items, which concerns reports and items of a routine nature normally approved at a board meeting, will be approved by one board vote, unless any board member desires to have a separate vote on any or all of these items.  The consent agenda consists of the discussion, consideration, and approval of the following items:
6.A. Approve minutes of December 10, 2012 Regular Board Meeting.
6.B. Approve FFA activities for the remainder of the year:
Rationale: 
  • January 23 - NOC Judging
  • February 18 - FFA Day at the Capitol
  • March 30 - EOSC Judging Contest
  • April 6 - NEO Judging Contest
  • April 9 - NE Quiz Bowl
  • April 16 - PI Speech Contest
  • April 19 - TCC Judging Contest
  • April 23 - District Speech Contest
  • April 26-27 - State Judging Contest
  • April 29-May 1 - State FFA Convention
  • May 10 - Pawhuska FFA Banquet
6.C. Approve Pawhuska Ministerial Alliance to use the HS gym for a basketball game and bake auction featuring local Pastors versus high school freshman. All proceeds will fund Ministerial Alliance programs. Dates are February 26 with an alternate date of March 5.
6.D. Approve trip request - Upper Elementary and Jr. High vocal students to attend Circle the State with Song January 25 in Stillwater.
6.E. Approve Jr. Class fundraiser to sell items for Valentines, proceeds to help with cost of prom.
6.F. Approve Second Semester substitute list
6.G. Approve Student Activity Account
6.H. Approve Treasurer's Report and Investment Report
6.I. Approve Appropriations, Change orders, and Encumbrances:
Rationale:  2012-2013 General Fund appropriations and Enc #'s 150-158, 70149 IN THE AMOUNT OF $22,420.27
2012-2013 change orders #'s 44, 90, 70115 IN THE AMOUNT OF $4986.76
 
2012-2013 Building Fund appropriations and Enc #'s 2143 IN THE AMOUNT OF $400.00
2012-2013 Building Fund change order #'s 2111 IN THE AMOUNT OF $500.00
 
2012-2013 Child Nutrition appropriations and Enc #'s 70013 IN THE AMOUNT OF $6136.78
2012-2013 Child Nutrition change order #'s 2211, 2212 IN THE AMOUNT OF $80500.00

2012-2013 2010 BOND FUND appropriations and Enc#'s 3908, 3909 IN THE AMOUNT OF $11215.00

2012-2013 GIFT FUND appropriations and Enc#'s 8129 IN THE AMOUNT OF $1489.60

2012-2013 CAS/FLOOD INS FUND appropriations and Enc#'s NONE
 






7. VOTE TO SURPLUS ATTACH LIST:
Rationale:  MONITORS: 80
TOSHIBE LAPTOPS: 76
OTHER LAPTOPS: 15
PRINTERS: 20
SCANNERS: 15
CPV'S: 100
KEYBOARDS: 50
TELEVISONS: 10
TELEPHONES: 30
OVERHEAD PROJECTORS: 20
BATTERY BACKUPS: 5
ZIP DRIVES: 15
MISC CORDS/MICE/SPEAKERS/PARTS
8. VOTE TO APPROVE TRENDS SOFTWARE LICENSE AND SUPPORT AGREEMENT WITH ADPC IN THE AMOUNT OF $460.00 PER MONTH(NO INCREASE IN PRICE)
9. VOTE TO APPROVE DISTRICT TECHNOLOGY PLAN 2013-2014 AND SUBMIT TO SDE FOR APPROVAL AND COMPLIANCE FOR E-RATE FUNDING
10. OPEN AND REVIEW BIDS FOR THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING AND TAKE ACTION TO ACCEPT THE BEST BID OR REJECT ALL BIDS OR DEFER ANY ACTION NOT TO EXCEED 30 DAYS.
11. OPEN AND REVIEW BIDS FOR THE VOIP SHORETEL PHONE SYSTEM AND TAKE ACTION TO ACCEPT THE BEST BID OR REJECT ALL BIDS OR DEFER ANY ACTION NOT TO EXCEED 30 DAYS.
12. NEW BUSINESS:
13. COMMENTS FROM THE BOARD:
14. PROPOSED EXECUTIVE SESSION FOR THE PURPOSE OF REHIRING THE SUPERINTENDENT FOR THE 2013-2014 SCHOOL YEAR AND TO DISCUSS PERFORMANCE REVIEWS OF THE BUILDING PRINCIPALS,
Rationale:  25 O.S. SEC. 307 (B)(1) AND DISCUSSING ANY MATTER WHERE DISCLOSURE WOULD VIOLATE CONFIDENTIALITY REQUIREMENTS OF STATE OR REDERAL LAW, 25 O.S. SEC 307 (B)(7)
15. VOTE TO CONVENE IN EXECUTIVE SESSION:
16. VOTE TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE BOARD HAS RETURNED TO OPEN SESSION:
17. EXECUTIVE SESSION COMPLIANCE STATEMENT:
18. VOTE TO REEMPLOY DR. LANDON BERRY AS THE SUPERINTENDENT FOR THE 2013-2014 SCHOOL YEAR.
19. DISCUSS AND VOTE TO HIRE A SOCCER COACH FOR THE 2012-2013 SCHOOL YEAR.
20. ADJOURN:
Rationale:  This agenda was posted in the Administration office and on the east entrance door of the Administration building at  1:30 p.m, January 11, 2013 and posted on the web site: www.pawhuskadistrict.org






Michelle Malaske, CSBA
Pawhuska Public Schools
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