2013-07-03 Board Minutes (Special)

MINUTES OF THE MARGARETTA BOARD OF EDUCATION SPECIAL MEETING OF JULY 3, 2013.

The Margaretta Board of Education met in special session at 8:00 A.M. on Wednesday July 3, 2013 at the Administrative Offices.

Mrs. McMahon called the meeting to order with roll call;

Mr. Lippert: present,
Mr. Bodey: present,
Mr. Rankin: present,
Mrs. Kelble: present,
Mrs. McMahon: present.

Superintendent's Report

New Business:

Motion by Mr. Rankin, seconded by Mrs. Kelble, to approve a contract with North Point Educational Services Center, to employ Karen Streng as Special Education Supervisor for a maximum of forty-five (45) days to cover the absence of Mrs. Hall; Roll Call: Mr. Bodey: aye; Mr. Rankin: aye; Mrs. Kelble: aye; Mr. Lippert: aye; Mrs. McMahon: aye.

Personnel Action:

Certified Staff:

Motion by Mr. Lippert, seconded by Mr. Bodey, to accept the resignation of Brittany Pickett, High School Language Arts teacher; Roll Call: Mr. Rankin: aye; Mrs. Kelble: aye; Mr. Lippert: aye; Mr. Bodey: aye; Mrs. McMahon: aye.

Motion by Mr. Bodey, seconded by Mr. Lippert, to approve the employment of Karyn Barnett – Preschool Teacher (5 years experience), and Lynsey Eymen – Intervention Specialist (1 year experience) Roll Call: Mrs. Kelble: aye; Mr. Lippert: aye; Mr. Bodey: aye; Mr. Rankin: aye; Mrs. McMahon: aye.

Mr. Kurt mentioned that he is planning on having a Professional Development work day on Tuesday August 20, 2013 for any interested teachers who want to learn more about implementing the Student Learning Objectives for the 2013-14 school year. The participating teachers will be paid a per diem rate based upon a Bachelor degreed teacher with no experience on the salary schedule.

Mr. Hammond distributed information regarding State Foundation funding for the next two fiscal years. The State Foundation formula determined that we will receive no additional funds in Fiscal Year 2013-14 and an additional $4,976 in Fiscal Year 2014-15. He also distributed a historical analysis of State and Federal Foundation funding since Fiscal Year 2002-03 through 2014-15. The analysis shows that the District is receiving over $600,000 less in Fiscal Year 2014-15 than the funds received from the State in Fiscal Year 2002-03. This represents a decline in State funding in excess of 13% over the thirteen fiscal years.

Motion by Mr. Bodey, seconded by Mr. Rankin to adjourn the meeting having no further business to come before the board. Roll call: Mr. Lippert: aye; Mr. Bodey: aye; Mr. Rankin: aye; Mrs. Kelble: aye; Mrs. McMahon: aye.
Meeting adjourned at 8:13 A.M.

Respectfully Submitted

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Joann McMahon
Board President

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Jude T. Hammond
Treasurer

 

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