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MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF MAY 12, 2015

 
 

The Board of Trustees of the School Town of Speedway met in the Boardroom at the high school on Tuesday, May 12, 2015 at 7:30 p.m.  The following Board members were present:
 
Mrs. Debra L. Gonzales, Vice-President
Mr. Thomas M. Smith, Secretary
Dr. Terry E. Reed, Member
Mr. Luke A. Bickel, Member

 
           1. Following a motion by Mr. Smith, and seconded by Dr. Reed, the Board voted unanimously to approve the board minutes of April 14, 2015.
 
           2. Assistant Director of Exceptional Learners, Ms. Andrea Ellsworth, presented a summary of the latest High Ability Plan to the Board.  Discussion ensued.  Following a motion by Mr. Smith, and seconded by Mr. Bickel, the Board voted four “ayes” and no “nays” to approve the High Ability Plan as presented.
 
            3. Guidance Director Trenton Borom and High School Technology Teacher Kyle Owens shared an update of the current and future possibilities of the Technology and Business programs at the junior high and high school.  Also present were High School Assistant Principal Kyle Trebley, Junior High Technology teacher Sarah Ackerman, and proposed High School Business teacher Craig Fugate. 
     
           4. Following a motion by Mr. Bickel, and seconded by Dr. Reed, the Board voted four “ayes” and no “nays” to approve continued participation in the Federal Summer Food Service Program.
 
           5. Following a motion by Mr. Smith, and seconded by Dr. Reed, the Board voted four “ayes” and no “nays” to approve the Athletic Handbook for 2015-2016 school year as approved with changes as discussed. 
 
           6. Following a motion by Dr. Reed, and seconded by Mr. Bickel the Board voted four “ayes” and no “nays” to approve the Student/Parent Handbook for the 2015-2016 school year with suggested changes.
 
           7. Following a motion by Mr. Smith, and seconded by Mr. Bickel, the Board voted four “ayes” and no “nays” to authorize the execution of teacher contracts and hourly employment for 2015 Summer School Programs and to authorize the Speedway Parks and Recreation contract for the summer swim program.
 
           8. Following a motion by Dr. Reed and seconded by Mr. Smith, the Board voted four “ayes” and no “nays” to approve textbooks and fees for the 2015-2016 school year as presented.
 
           9. Following a motion by Mr. Smith and seconded by Mr. Bickel, the Board voted four “ayes” and no “nays” to approve 2015-2016 employment contracts for Home School Advisors, Graduation Coach, and Nurse.
 
          10. Superintendent Kenneth E. Hull presented the budget development calendar for 2017.  Discussion ensued.
 
          11. By consensus, the Board accepted $125,762.63 in grants. Copy attached.
 
          12. Following a motion by Dr. Reed and seconded by Mr. Smith the Board voted four “ayes” and no “nays” to accept the resignation of  Mr. Marc Marciniak as custodian.
 
           13. Following a motion by Mr. Bickel and seconded by Dr. Reed the Board voted four “ayes” and no “nays” to reclassify Mr. Trenton Borom to the administrative position of Director of Student Services beginning July 1, 2015, to employ Mr. Craig M. Fugate as High School Business teacher and to authorize Mr. Nathan T. Baker as High School Girls Tennis Volunteer Coach .
 
           14. Claims #1498 through #1643 were approved by signature and warrants were drawn.
 
           15. Under other business following a motion by Mr. Smith and seconded by Mr. Bickel, the Board voted four “ayes” and no “nays” to accept AYS, Inc. as the Latch-Key Program for 2015-2018.
 
           16. The meeting was adjourned at 8:32 p.m.
 

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