Public Meeting Agenda: March 14, 2011 at 7:00 PM - Board of Education Regular Meeting

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March 14, 2011 at 7:00 PM - Board of Education Regular Meeting Agenda

March 14, 2011 at 7:00 PM - Board of Education Regular Meeting
1. Routine Business -
1.A. Call to Order
1.B. Invocation
Rationale:  Reverend Chad Anderson, from the Trinity Presbyterian Church, will give the invocation.
1.C. Pledge of Allegiance
Attachments:
1.D. Roll Call
1.E. Public Participation
Rationale:  This is the portion of the agenda that is set aside for public participation.  If anyone would like to address an item that is not on the agenda, they should do so at this time.  If anyone would like to address an item that is on the agenda, they may do so when that item is discussed.  This is an open, public meeting and a copy of the Open Meetings Act is posted in this room.
1.F. Approval of Agenda
Recommended Motion(s):  Motion to approve the agenda for this evening's meeting, as presented.
Action(s):
Motion to approve the agenda for this evening's meeting, with the movement of 5-3 and 5-4. Passed with a motion by Julie Agard and a second by Kyle Harshbarger.
No Action(s) have been added to this Agenda Item.
2. Presentations
2.A. Recognition of National Merit Finalists, Rosemary Mena-Werth and Natalie Wozniak & Recognition of Natalie Wozniak's Perfect ACT Score
Rationale:  Kearney High School seniors, Rosemary Mena-Werth and Natalie Wozniak, have been selected as finalists in the 2011 National Merit Scholarship Program.  They are among 8,400 students that have met all requirements to advance to finalist standing in the competition.  National Merit Scholarship winners for 2011 will be announced in four nationwide news releases beginning in April and concluding in July. 

Natalie Wozniak has also scored a perfect 36 on the ACT, a college entrance exam.  She is in an elite group, scoring in the top 1/10th of 1% of all students taking the test nationwide.
2.B. Recognition of Kearney High School Class A State Runner-up Wrestling Team and Coaches
Rationale:  We will recognize the Kearney High School Class A State Runner-up wrestling team and coaches for an outstanding performance at the State Wrestling Meet in February.  We will also recognize individual wrestlers for their 1st and 2nd place finishes at the meet:

Hunter Bamford, 1st, 103 lb. class
Jacob Oertle, 2nd, 130 lb. class
Zach Rees, 2nd, 135 lb. class

2.C. Recognition of Andrew Nelson, Class A State Runner-up in 500-Yard Freestyle at State Swim Meet
2.D. 2010 District Security Audit Follow-up & Plans for 2011 District Security Audit
Rationale:  Lance Fuller, Chairperson of the District Security Committee, will follow-up on measures taken in the district as a result of the 2010 district security audit, and will report on plans for the 2011 district security audit to be conducted in late March.
2.E. Report on Alternative Education Program Offerings
Rationale:  Sam Stecher, Dean of Students at Kearney High School, will report on a study he chaired this year of the Kearney High School alternative education program and plans for the future of the program.
2.F. Report on Transportation Proposal
Rationale:  The district has reviewed the current transportation system and is presenting a plan that would allow most students in the district to ride the bus to any school building in the district.  This plan would be more efficient and would save the district the costs of one bus route.  It would involve changing some of the starting and ending times for some elementary buildings by 5 or 10 minutes.
2.G. Legislative Update
Rationale:  Dr. Maher will report on recent activity in the Nebraska Unicameral as it relates to education.
2.H. Construction Update
Rationale:  George Volz from CPM will report on recent construction activity in the school district regarding the various current construction projects.
2.I. Announcement of Groundbreaking for New North Elementary School & Naming of the School
Rationale:  Dr. Maher will announce the plans for the groundbreaking ceremony for the new north elementary school and plans for announcing the name for the new elementary school.
3. Consent Agenda
3.A. Approval of the Minutes of the Regular February 14, 2011 Board of Education Meeting, as presented
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to approve the minutes of the February 14, 2011 regular Board of Education meeting, as presented.
3.B. Approval of the March Claims, as presented
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to approve the March claims, as presented.
3.C. Approval of the March Financial Reports, as presented
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to approve the March financial reports, as presented.
3.D. Approval of Maximum Allowable Numbers of Option In Students in the Kearney Public Schools for the 2011-2012 School Year
Rationale:  The school district has set the maximum allowable numbers of option in students in the various grade levels and programs that may be accepted in the Kearney Public Schools for the 2011-2012 school year.  These limits are listed in the attached document.  We would recommend that the Board of Education approve the resolution setting these limits for next year.
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to set the maximum allowable numbers of option in students in the various grade levels and programs that may be accepted in the Kearney Public Schools for the 2011-2012 school year, as recommended by the administration.
3.E. Approval of Change Orders P-002 and B-001
Rationale: 

Change Order P-002 for the Park School addition and renovation project is requesting the following four changes to the contract:

1.    A deduction of $596.00 to change the number of diffusers supplying air to the gym.  The amount of air supplied was not changed.  The new layout allowed for more efficient distribution of air.

2.    An addition of $1,324.00 to increase the size of the sink in the kitchen and add another faucet and water supply to accommodate the larger sink.

3.    An addition of $1,256.00 for a garbage disposal for the sink containing the dish machine (including piping and reworking of the sink).

4.    An addition of $2,758.00 to remove and replace floor tile that is in the transition area between the new addition and the existing building.  The existing tile is no longer available and cannot be matched.

The total of these changes is $4,742.00 and is requested as the Park Elementary School Change Order P-002.

Change Order B-001 for the Bryant School addition and renovation project is requesting the following five changes to the contract:

1.    An addition of $786.00 to adjust the hardware to match existing hardware,
$667.00 for the mechanical work, and $73.00 in overhead and profit, for a total of $1,526.00.

2.    An addition of $5,895.00 to change the hardware on the entrance doors to improve access to the building for those needing assistance.

3.    An addition of $9,095.00 to add a solids interceptor to reduce future problems with the aging sewer lines and to upgrade the unit to include retention of grease.

4.    No cost to an update to the contract to confirm that the contractor bid the right size for the fire line into the building.

5.    An addition of $2,734.00 to reduce the cost of pumping and decrease the well field's piping exposure to unfavorable environments.  It is projected that the cost of this change will be recovered in the first part of the first year of operation.

The total cost of these changes is $19,250.00 and is requested as Bryant School Change Order B-001.

Recommended Motion(s):  Move to approve Change Order P-002 for the Park Elementary School addition and renovation project, and approve Change Order B-001 for the Bryant Elementary School addition and renovation project.
3.F. Approval of Bryant Parent Advisory Committee Annual Self-Audit Report for the 2009-2010 School Year
Rationale:  The Bryant Parent Advisory Committee has submitted its annual self-audit report for the 2009-2010 school year for Board of Education approval.
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to approve the Bryant Parent Advisory Committee Annual Self-Audit Report for the 2009-2010 school year, as presented.
3.G. Approval of the change of date for the Regular April Board of Education Meeting to Wednesday, April 13, 2011 at 5:00 P.M. in the Cope Presentation Room at Sunrise Middle School
Rationale:  Since the National School Boards Association 2011 National Education Conference is being held April 9-11 and we have a few Board of Education members attending the Conference, and since the date for our regular April Board of Education meeting is April 11, we are recommending that we change the date of the regular April Board of Education meeting to Wednesday, April 13, 2011 at 5:00 P.M. in the Cope Presentation Room at Sunrise Middle School. We will ask the Board of Education to approve this change in the date of the April meeting. 
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to change the date of the regular April Board of Education meeting to Wednesday, April 13, 2011 at 5:00 P.M. in the Cope Presentation Room at Sunrise Middle School.
4. Regular Agenda - Business
4.A. Approval of Security System Bid for New Kenwood School
Rationale:  Kearney Public Schools issued a Request for Proposals to provide and install security equipment at the new Kenwood Elementary School.  The project will provide six cameras on the exterior to monitor the drives, parking and playgrounds.  For the interior, we are providing eight cameras for the corridors and gathering areas.  Intrusion alarms will cover exterior doors that access the building and the corridors.  A card access will permit and monitor keyless access from the playground, selected doors at night, and into the data rooms.  All of these systems will integrate through the open protocol building automation system.  Aiphone audio/video intercoms will be provided at the main entrances to allow staff to screen those requesting entry into the school.  Three firms attended a pre-proposal meeting and site visit on February 3rd and two other firms requested specifications and drawings.  Proposals were received on February 17th.  Five firms received the specifications and four of them bid the project.  The specification permitted an incomplete bid if the vendor desired and Hawkeye Vision, Inc. of Omaha decided to bid the camera system only.  The other three bidders bid all four packages and provided a lump sum price.
Platte Valley Communications of Kearney was the low bidder overall and on all individual systems, so we will recommend that the Board of Education accept their low bid. 
Recommended Motion(s):  Motion to accept the low lump sum proposal of Platte Valley Communications of Kearney in the amount of $40,700.26 to provide and install security equipment in the new Kenwood Elementary School, 915 16th Avenue, per our specifications.
Action(s):
Motion to accept the low lump sum proposal of Platte Valley Communications of Kearney in the amount of $40,700.26 to provide and install security equipment in the new Kenwood Elementary School, 915 16th Avenue, per our specifications. Passed with a motion by Kyle Harshbarger and a second by Tim Higgins.
No Action(s) have been added to this Agenda Item.
Attachments:
4.B. Approval of Bid for Furniture
Rationale:  Kearney Public Schools issued a Request for Proposals to provide, deliver and install classroom and office furnishings at 7 district elementary schools, including Kenwood and Meadowlark Elementary Schools.  The project will provide furnishings for all rooms not being furnished from existing classrooms or offices, plus 7 rooms of "replacement" furniture.  The replacement furniture will replace one room of furniture at Bryant, Emerson, Northeast, Park and Windy Hills, as well as Kenwood and Meadowlark.  The RFP was issued on February 22, 2011 and nine firms received the RFP and addenda 1 and 2.  Proposals were received on March 9, 2011.  Eight of those firms submitted proposals, although one was received late and was not considered.  The specifications permitted an incomplete bid if the vendor desired.  One firm, Office Scapes, Inc. of Colorado Springs, Co., submitted pricing for all items.  All other bidders submitted an incomplete bid.  This order will cover the majority of the furnishing expenditure.  The bid results are included in the attached bid summary.
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to accept the proposal of AES/Palmer-Hamilton for lunchroom tables for Bryant, Kenwood, Meadowlark, and Park Elementary Schools in the amount of $17,970.21; accept the proposal of Eakes/Hon for all library shelves, bookstacks, and tables for Kenwood and Meadowlark Elementary Schools in the amount of $16,717.26; and accept the proposal of Virco for all furnishings specified, less library furnishings and lunchroom tables, for seven district elementary schools, in the amount of $118,209.72.
Action(s):
Move to accept the proposal of AES/Palmer-Hamilton for lunchroom tables for Bryant, Kenwood, Meadowlark, and Park Elementary Schools in the amount of $17,970.21; accept the proposal of Eakes/Hon for all library shelves, bookstacks, and tables for Kenwood and Meadowlark Elementary Schools in the amount of $16,717.26; and accept the proposal of Virco for all furnishings specified, less library furnishings and lunchroom tables, for seven district elementary schools, in the amount of $118,209.72. Passed with a motion by Julie Agard and a second by Rosemary Northwall.
No Action(s) have been added to this Agenda Item.
Attachments:
4.C. Execution of Sale of Bonds
Rationale:  At the February 14, 2011 meeting, the Board of Education authorized the sale of $16,195,000.00 of General Obligation Bonds.  The resolution being presented this month will help finalize the interest rates for these bonds and set a call date of 10 years to help achieve a more favorable interest rate.
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to approve the Resolution setting forth the terms and conditions of the Genral Obligation Bond Sale, as presented and as if read in its entirety, and authorize the officers of the district to execute such documents and take such actions as may be necessary or appropriate to carry out the intent of this Resolution.
Action(s):
Move to approve the Resolution setting forth the terms and conditions of the Genral Obligation Bond Sale, as presented and as if read in its entirety, and authorize the officers of the district to execute such documents and take such actions as may be necessary or appropriate to carry out the intent of this Resolution. Passed with a motion by Tim Higgins and a second by Doug McCarty.
No Action(s) have been added to this Agenda Item.
Attachments:
5. Regular Agenda - Personnel
5.A. Acceptance of Resignations & Retirement Resignations
Rationale:  We have received resignations from Angela Ossian, 2nd grade teacher at Emerson Elementary School; Beth Westesen, reading teacher at Kenwood Elementary School; Jane Weides; 1st grade teacher at Emerson Elementary School, and Miriam Kuhn, district school psychologist; effective the end of the 2010-2011 school year. We have received retirement resignations from: Lotys Suhr, 2nd grade teacher at Northeast Elementary School; Brad Schwartz, 4th grade teacher at Northeast Elementary School; Marva Bieber, 6th grade social studies teacher at Sunrise Middle School; Donna Lathrop, speech/language pathologist at Kearney High School; Joyce Gloystein, 3rd grade teacher at Meadowlark Elemenary School; Nancy Cunningham, music teacher at Kenwood and Park Elementary Schools; Angela Nickel, 5th grade teacher at Windy Hills Elementary School; Karen Sall, 6th grade English teacher at Sunrise Middle School; Vera Lee Brodine, speech/language pathologist at Central Elementary School; Nancy Stritt, family and consumer science teacher at Kearney High School; Linda Liebig, Title I teacher at Bryant Elementary School; and Kay Andersen, kindergarten teacher at Northeast Elementary School; effective the end of the 2010-2011 school year.  We will recommend that the Board of Education accept these resignations.
Recommended Motion(s):  Motion to accept the resignations of Angela Ossian, 2nd grade teacher at Emerson Elementary School; Beth Westesen, reading teacher at Kenwood Elementary School; Jane Weides; 1st grade teacher at Emerson Elementary School, and Miriam Kuhn, district school psychologist; effective the end of the 2010-2011 school year; and the retirement resignations of: Lotys Suhr, 2nd grade teacher at Northeast Elementary School; Brad Schwartz, 4th grade teacher at Northeast Elementary School; Marva Bieber, 6th grade social studies teacher at Sunrise Middle School; Donna Lathrop, speech/language pathologist at Kearney High School; Joyce Gloystein, 3rd grade teacher at Meadowlark Elemenary School; Nancy Cunningham, music teacher at Kenwood and Park Elementary Schools; Angela Nickel, 5th grade teacher at Windy Hills Elementary School; Karen Sall, 6th grade English teacher at Sunrise Middle School; Vera Lee Brodine, speech/language pathologist at Central Elementary School; Nancy Stritt, family and consumer science teacher at Kearney High School; Linda Liebig, Title I teacher at Bryant Elementary School; and Kay Andersen, kindergarten teacher at Northeast Elementary School; with regret, effective the end of the 2010-2011 school year.
Action(s):
Motion to accept the resignations of Angela Ossian, 2nd grade teacher at Emerson Elementary School; Beth Westesen, reading teacher at Kenwood Elementary School; Jane Weides; 1st grade teacher at Emerson Elementary School, and Miriam Kuhn, district school psychologist; effective the end of the 2010-2011 school year; and the retirement resignations of: Lotys Suhr, 2nd grade teacher at Northeast Elementary School; Brad Schwartz, 4th grade teacher at Northeast Elementary School; Marva Bieber, 6th grade social studies teacher at Sunrise Middle School; Donna Lathrop, speech/language pathologist at Kearney High School; Joyce Gloystein, 3rd grade teacher at Meadowlark Elemenary School; Nancy Cunningham, music teacher at Kenwood and Park Elementary Schools; Angela Nickel, 5th grade teacher at Windy Hills Elementary School; Karen Sall, 6th grade English teacher at Sunrise Middle School; Vera Lee Brodine, speech/language pathologist at Central Elementary School; Nancy Stritt, family and consumer science teacher at Kearney High School; Linda Liebig, Title I teacher at Bryant Elementary School; and Kay Andersen, kindergarten teacher at Northeast Elementary School; with regret, effective the end of the 2010-2011 school year. Passed with a motion by Tim Higgins and a second by Julie Agard.
No Action(s) have been added to this Agenda Item.
5.B. Acceptance of Employee Resignation
Rationale:  We have received a letter of resignation from Chris Mroczek, counselor at Kearney High School.  We will ask the Board of Education to approve the Resolution, as presented.
Recommended Motion(s):  Be it resolved that the resignation of Chris Mrozcek be accepted effective March 15, 2011, that the Resignation Agreement with Chris Mroczek should be and is hereby approved, and that the President or Secretary, or any other Official of the Kearney Public School District, should be and are hereby authorized to sign, execute and put the provisions of the Agreement into effect, and place such Agreement into the confidential personnel file of Chris Mroczek.
Action(s):
Be it resolved that the resignation of Chris Mrozcek be accepted effective March 15, 2011, that the Resignation Agreement with Chris Mroczek should be and is hereby approved, and that the President or Secretary, or any other Official of the Kearney Public School District, should be and are hereby authorized to sign, execute and put the provisions of the Agreement into effect, and place such Agreement into the confidential personnel file of Chris Mroczek. Passed with a motion by Rosemary Northwall and a second by Tim Higgins.
No Action(s) have been added to this Agenda Item.
5.C. Approval of TERIP Stipend Requests
Rationale:  We have received requests for the Temporary Early Retirement Incentive Program stipend from:  Angela Nickel, Nancy Cunningham, Joyce Gloystein, Donna Lathrop, Marva Bieber, Brad Schwartz, Lotys Suhr, Karen Sall, Vera Lee Brodine, Nancy Stritt, Linda Liebig and Kay Andersen.  We will recommend that the Board of Education approve these TERIP stipend requests.
Recommended Motion(s):  Motion to approve the TERIP stipend requests of Angela Nickel, Nancy Cunningham, Joyce Gloystein, Donna Lathrop, Marva Bieber, Brad Schwartz, Lotys Suhr, Karen Sall,Vera Lee Brodine, Nancy Stritt, Linda Liebig, and Kay Andersen;as presented.
Action(s):
Motion to approve the TERIP stipend requests of Angela Nickel, Nancy Cunningham, Joyce Gloystein, Donna Lathrop, Marva Bieber, Brad Schwartz, Lotys Suhr, Karen Sall,Vera Lee Brodine, Nancy Stritt, Linda Liebig, and Kay Andersen;as presented. Passed with a motion by Doug McCarty and a second by Tim Higgins.
No Action(s) have been added to this Agenda Item.
5.D. Approval to Exceed the TERIP Payout Amount for 2010-2011
Rationale:  The current district policy and rule provide a district allowance of $350,000.00 for retiree incentive payments.  This year, 23 certificated staff have applied for this incentive for a total cost of $915,357.39.  The district is recommending that the Board exceed the current district policy limit to accommodate these requests.
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to approve exceeding the current district TERIP policy limit of $350,000.00 to accommodate this year's stipend requests totaling $915,357.39.
Action(s):
Move to approve exceeding the current district TERIP policy limit of $350,000.00 to accommodate this year's stipend requests totaling $915,357.39. Passed with a motion by Julie Agard and a second by Doug McCarty.
No Action(s) have been added to this Agenda Item.
5.E. Approval of Employment Recommendation for Director of Special Education
Rationale:  We will ask the Board of Education to approve the employment of Melisa Dobish as the Director of Special Education for the Kearney Public Schools for the 2011-2012 school year, in accordance with the Administrator Performance-Based Evaluation and Compensation Plan.
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to approve the employment of Melisa Dobish as the Director of Special Education for the Kearney Public Schools for the 2011-2012 school year, in accordance with the Administrator Performance-Based Evaluation and Compensation Plan.
Action(s):
Move to approve the employment of Melisa Dobish as the Director of Special Education for the Kearney Public Schools for the 2011-2012 school year, in accordance with the Administrator Performance-Based Evaluation and Compensation Plan. Passed with a motion by Tim Higgins and a second by Julie Agard.
No Action(s) have been added to this Agenda Item.
5.F. Approval of Teacher Employment Recommendations
Rationale:  We will recommend that the Board of Education approve the employment of the following teaching staff for the 2011-2012 school year:

Lori Rezac                MA, Step 6          District Speech/Language Pathologist
Brandon Skocz         MA, Step 2          District Speech/Language Pathologist
Megan Oxenreider   BS+9, Step 3      High School Spanish
Alecia Boyd              MA, Step 8          High School counselor
Amy Widman            MA, Step 1          District speech/language pathologist
Shawna Strong        MA, Step 3          District speech/language pathologist
Jodi Petersen           MS, Step 8          High School counselor
Beckie Luedke          BA+9, Step 2      Kenwood 3rd grade
Krista Wergin           BA, Step 1           Kenwood Kindergarten
Amanda Baete         BA, Step 1           Northeast 4th Grade
Nathan LeFeber       MA, Step 7          Kearney High School band
Bobby Bernt             BA+9, Step 5      Bryant 1st Grade
Michelle DeVries       MA+45, Step 8    District school psychologist
Amy Walters            MA+45, Step 8    Special Education Coordinator
Joseph Weichman    BA, Step 1          Windy Hills 5th Grade
Grant Bachman        MA, Step 1          Emerson 1st Grade
Donica Heineman     BA+9, Step 5      Windy Hills 3rd Grade
Sarah Nordhues       BS, Step 1          Meadowlark, 3rd Grade Optional
Jennifer Rathman     BA, Step 1          Windy Hills 2nd Grade
Kristen Richey          MA, Step 5          District speech/language pathologist

Recommended Motion(s):  Motion to approve the employment of the following teaching staff for the 2011-2012 school year: Lori Rezac, MA, Step 6, District Speech/Language Pathologist; Brandon Skocz, MA, Step 2, District Speech/Language Pathologist; Megan Oxenreider, BS+9, Step 3, High School Spanish Teacher; Alecia Boyd, MA, Step 8,Kearney High School counselor; Amy Widman, MA, Step 1,district speech/language pathologist; Shawna Strong, MA, Step 3, district speech/language pathologist,Jodi Petersen,MS, Step 8,High School counselor; Beckie Luedke, BA+9, Step 2,3rd grade teacher at Kenwood Elementary School; Krista Wergin, BA, Step 1, Kindergarten at Kenwood Elementary School; Amanda Baete, BA, Step 1, 4th grade teacher at Northeast Elementary School; Nathan LeFeber, MA, Step 7, Kearney High School band;Bobby Bernt, BA+9, Step 5, 1st Grade at Bryant Elementary School; Amy Walters, MA+45, Step 8, special education coordinator; Michelle DeVries, MA+45, Step 8, district school psychologist; Joseph Weichman, BA, Step 1, 5th grade at Windy Hills Elementary School; Grant Bachman, MA, Step 1, 1st Grade at Emerson Elementary School; Donica Heineman, BA+9, Step 5, 3rd Grade at Windy Hills Elementary School; Sarah Nordhues, BS, Step 1,3rd Grade at Meadowlark Elementary School; Jennifer Rathman, BA, Step 1, 2nd Grade at Windy Hills Elementary School; and Kristen Richey, MA, Step 5, district speech/language pathologist.
Action(s):
Motion to approve the employment of the following teaching staff for the 2011-2012 school year: Lori Rezac, MA, Step 6, District Speech/Language Pathologist; Brandon Skocz, MA, Step 2, District Speech/Language Pathologist; Megan Oxenreider, BS+9, Step 3, High School Spanish Teacher; Alecia Boyd, MA, Step 8,Kearney High School counselor; Amy Widman, MA, Step 1,district speech/language pathologist; Shawna Strong, MA, Step 3, district speech/language pathologist,Jodi Petersen,MS, Step 8,High School counselor; Beckie Luedke, BA+9, Step 2,3rd grade teacher at Kenwood Elementary School; Krista Wergin, BA, Step 1, Kindergarten at Kenwood Elementary School; Amanda Baete, BA, Step 1, 4th grade teacher at Northeast Elementary School; Nathan LeFeber, MA, Step 7, Kearney High School band;Bobby Bernt, BA+9, Step 5, 1st Grade at Bryant Elementary School; Amy Walters, MA+45, Step 8, special education coordinator; Michelle DeVries, MA+45, Step 8, district school psychologist; Joseph Weichman, BA, Step 1, 5th grade at Windy Hills Elementary School; Grant Bachman, MA, Step 1, 1st Grade at Emerson Elementary School; Donica Heineman, BA+9, Step 5, 3rd Grade at Windy Hills Elementary School; Sarah Nordhues, BS, Step 1,3rd Grade at Meadowlark Elementary School; Jennifer Rathman, BA, Step 1, 2nd Grade at Windy Hills Elementary School; and Kristen Richey, MA, Step 5, district speech/language pathologist. Passed with a motion by Julie Agard and a second by Tim Higgins.
No Action(s) have been added to this Agenda Item.
Attachments:
6. Regular Agenda - Miscellaneous
6.A. Move to Closed Session
Rationale:  We will require a closed session at the conclusion of the March 14, 2011 Board of Education meeting for the purpose of discussiing personnel matters and negotiations.
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to closed session for the purpose of discussing personnel matters and negotiations.
Action(s):
Move to closed session for the purpose of discussing personnel matters and negotiations. Passed with a motion by Tim Higgins and a second by Rosemary Northwall.
No Action(s) have been added to this Agenda Item.
6.B. Return to Open Session
Recommended Motion(s):  Move to return to open session.
6.C. Adjournment
Recommended Motion(s):  Motion to adjourn the meeting.
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