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MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF MAY 10, 2016
 
 
The Board of Trustees of the School Town of Speedway met in the Boardroom at the high school on Tuesday, May 10, 2016 at 7:30 p.m.  The following Board members were present:
 
Mrs. Debra L. Gonzales, President
 Dr. Terry E. Reed, Vice-President
Mr. Thomas M. Smith, Secretary
Ms. Laura B. Daghe, Member
 
           1.  Following a motion by Mrs. Daghe, and seconded by Mr. Smith, the Board voted unanimously to approve the minutes of April 12, 2016.
 

          2.  Following a motion by Dr. Reed, and seconded by Mr. Smith, the Board voted four “ayes” and
no “nays” to approve School Board Policy Regarding the Collection and Forgiveness of Debt.
 
          3.  Following a motion by Mrs. Daghe and seconded by Mr. Smith, the Board voted four “ayes” and no “nays”
to approve School Board Policy Regarding Internal Controls.
 
          4.  Following a motion by Mr. Smith, and seconded by Mrs. Daghe, the Board voted four “ayes” and no “nays” to approve continued participation in the Federal Summer Food Service Program.
 
          5. Following a motion by Mrs. Daghe, and seconded by Dr. Reed, the Board voted four “ayes” and no “nays” to accept the Early Literacy Grant for instruction at Allison, Fisher, and Newby.
 
          6. The Board reviewed the Resolution Regarding the Administration of the Affordable Care Act.  Discussion followed.
      
          7. Superintendent Kenneth E. Hull presented the 2016-2017 Athletic Handbook for review.  Discussion followed.
 
          8.  Following a motion by Mr. Smith, and seconded by Mrs. Daghe, the Board voted four “ayes” and no “nays” to authorize the Execution of Teacher Contracts and Hourly Employment for 2016 Summer School Programs.
 
         9.  Assistant Superintendent Patti Bock reported regarding Textbook Selection and Textbook/Supply Fees for the 2016-2017 School Year.   Following a motion by Mrs. Daghe, and seconded by Mr. Smith, the Board voted four “ayes” and no “nays”  to adopt textbooks and set fees as presented.
 
             10.  Following a motion by Dr. Reed, and seconded by Mr. Smith, the Board voted four “ayes” and no “nays” to approve 2016-2017 Employment Contracts for Home School Advisors, Graduation Coach, and Nurse.
 
            11.  Superintendent Hull presented the Budget Development Calendar for 2017.
 
           12.  By consensus, the Board accepted $174,084.39 in grants.  Copy attached.
 
           13.  Following a motion by Mr. Smith, and seconded by Dr. Reed, the Board voted four “ayes”
and no “nays” to accept the resignations of Mrs. Dana L. Ramberg effective May 31, 2016 for the purpose of retirement.
 
           14.  Following a motion by Mrs. Daghe, and seconded by Dr. Reed, the Board voted four “ayes” and no “nays” to employ Ms. Roshanda Brown as custodian and Mr. Matthew Hamilton, Mr. Matthew Burke, and Mr. Robert Oeth as volunteer coaches at Speedway High School.
 
          15.  Following a motion by Mr. Smith, and seconded by Mrs. Daghe, the Board voted four “ayes” and no “nays” to designate Friday, May 27, 2016 as a one-time, paid holiday for employees other than teachers.
 
          16.  Claims #1383 through #1539 were approved by signature and warrants were drawn.
 
          17.  Under other business Mr. Smith thanked Superintendent Hull and the community for their support of the schools by voting 90% yes for the referendum.  Superintendent Hull thanked the community and those that worked diligently on the committee to inform voters.
 
         18. The meeting was adjourned at 8:10 p.m.
 
 
 
 
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