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MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF JULY 12, 2016
 
 
The Board of Trustees of the School Town of Speedway met in the Boardroom at the high school on Tuesday, July 12, 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
Mr. Luke Bickel, Member
Mrs. 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 the executive session and regular meeting on June 14, 2016.
 
          2. Mr. Martin Truesdell, of Stair & Associates presented preliminary concepts regarding the classroom addition to Wheeler Elementary School.  Following a motion by Dr. Reed, and seconded by Mr. Bickel, the Board voted five “ayes” and no “nays” to approve the superintendent’s recommendation to authorize shop drawings and an adjustment to the architectural fees for drawing a larger and more detailed project.
 
          3. Following a motion by Mr. Smith, and seconded by Mrs. Daghe, the Board voted five ”ayes” and no “nays” to approve the application to participate in the 2016 Federal Title I Program.
 
          4. Superintendent Kenneth E. Hull presented the 2017 Budget Assumptions. 
 
          5. Following a motion by Mrs. Daghe, and seconded by Dr. Reed, the Board voted five “ayes” and no
“nays” to approve the publication of the 2017 Capital Projects Fund Plan.
 
          6. Following  a motion by Mr. Bickel, and seconded by Mr. Smith, the Board voted five “ayes” and no
“nays” to approve Amendment 3 to the Food Services Management Agreement as presented.
 
          7. Following a motion by Mr. Smith, and seconded by Dr. Reed, the Board voted five “ayes” and no
“nays” to approve hourly wages as presented  for the next two years for food service personnel.  Copy attached.
 
          8. Following a motion by Mr. Bickel, and seconded by Mrs. Daghe, the Board voted five “ayes” and no “nays” to approve the required accounting correction regarding unpaid student lunch accounts.
 
          9. Superintendent Hull presented the Indiana School Board Association’s draft policies regarding Criminal Organization Activity in Schools and Criminal History information.
 
        10. By consensus, the Board accepted $223,507.58 in grants.  Copy attached.
 
        11. Following a motion by Dr. Reed, and seconded by Mr. Bickel, the Board voted five “ayes” and no
“nays” to accept the resignations of Mr. Shane Grove and Ms. Wendi Lepley as teachers.
           
        12. Following a motion by Mr. Smith and seconded by Mr. Bickel, the Board voted five “ayes” and no
“nays” to employ Michelle N. Alexander and Paige N. Koors as elementary teachers for Title IIA class size reduction and to approve the 2016-2017 ECA appointments as presented.
 
        13. Claims #1726-1801 and #1-70 were approved by signature and warrants were drawn.
 
        14. The meeting was adjourned at 8:19 p.m.
 
 
 
 
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