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MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF APRIL 12, 2016
 
  
The Board of Trustees of the School Town of Speedway met in the Boardroom at the high school on Tuesday, April 12, 2016 at 7:30 p.m.  The following Board members were present:
 
Mrs. Debra L. Gonzales, President
Mr. Thomas M. Smith, Secretary
Mr. Luke A. Bickel, Member
Ms. Laura B. Daghe, Member
 
 
          1. Following a motion by Mr. Bickel and seconded by Mrs. Daghe, the Board voted unanimously to approve the minutes of March 8, 2016.
 
         2. Assistant Superintendent Patti Bock presented a preliminary report regarding 2016 Summer School Programs.
 
          3. Following a motion by Mr. Smith, and seconded by Mr. Bickel, the Board voted four “ayes” and no “nays” to provide funding to the Speedway Parks and Recreation Department as recommended by the Superintendent.
 
          4. Superintendent Kenneth E. Hull presented the draft of the Policy Regarding Internal Controls for review.
 
           5. Superintendent Hull presented the draft of the Policy Regarding Bad Debts for review.
 
           6. Superintendent Hull presented a draft Resolution regarding the Receipt of Grants.
 
           7. Following a motion by Mrs. Daghe, and seconded by Mr. Smith, the Board voted four “ayes” and no “nays” to approve the contract for services specific to students with autism as recommended by the Superintendent.
 
          8. By consensus, the Board accepted $157,027.02 in grants. Copy attached.
 
          9. Following a motion by Mr. Smith, and seconded by Mr. Bickel, the Board voted four “ayes”
and no “nays” to accept the resignations of Ms. Elizabeth Poynter, Mr. Robert Garcia, and Mr. Gerald States.
 
          10. Following a motion by Mr. Smith, and seconded by Mr. Bickel, the Board voted four “ayes” and no “nays” to employ Ms. Elizabeth D. Milton as cafeteria worker, Mr. Carl P. Fenters as high school assistant softball coach, and Mr. Glenn A. Curtis as junior high school assistant softball coach.
 
           11. Claims #1248 through #1382 were approved by signature and warrants were drawn.
 
           12. The meeting was adjourned at 7:58 p.m.
 
 
 
 
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