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MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING

WARWICK SCHOOL BOARD

November 27, 2007

The Warwick School Board met Tuesday, November 27 in the computer room. The meeting was called to order at 5:10 p.m. by President Thiele. Roll call was taken to establish a quorum. Present were McKelvey, Gravdahl, Christofferson and Thiele. Black was absent.

Others present were Beth Neuman, Mr. Guthrie, Mr. Frederickson and Mr. Jacobson.

Additions to agenda were new business, superintendent evaluation and staff appreciation.

Gravdahl made a motion, seconded by Christofferson, to approve the agenda. The motion carried.

There was an opportunity for comments from the public.

Gravdahl made a motion, seconded by Christofferson, to go into executive session to contemplate expulsion of student.

The meeting recessed at 5:15 p.m.

The board went into executive session.

The Warwick School Board reconvened in open meeting at 5:50 p.m.

President Thiele announced that in executive session the board discussed allowing the student to come back with a contract.

Christofferson made a motion, Gravdahl seconded, to allow the student to come back. The motion carried.

McKelvey made a motion, Christofferson seconded, to go into executive session to hear complaint from a parent about a teacher. The motion carried.

The meeting recessed at 5:57 p.m.

The board went into executive session.

The Warwick School Board reconvened in open meeting at 6:26 p.m.

President Thiele announced that in executive session the board discussed the teacher issue. Christofferson made a motion, Gravdahl seconded, that the teacher have an anger management assessment. The motion carried.

Emil Schoenfish presented the audit report for the 2006-07 school year. McKelvey made a motion, Christofferson seconded, to approve the report. The motion carried.

Gravdahl made a motion, McKelvey seconded, to approve the minutes as presented. The motion carried.

Business Manager’s Report: McKelvey made a motion, Christofferson seconded, to pay the following bills. The motion carried.

Warwick Oil $3,114.00

Advanced Ed 36.00

Alan’s Furnace Service 1,915.36

Lindsay Allmaras 30.00

AmeriPride 345.75

Batteries Plus 26.79

Benson Co Farmers Press 366.60

Central Business Systems 11.14

Casey Christofferson 69.00

Cory Christofferson 549.73

Cole Papers 1,565.50

Connecting Point 1,650.00

Dakota Prairie School 12.67

Dakota Westmoreland Corp 435.09

Days Inn-Bismarck 220.00

Del Hager Sales 232.74

Devils Lake Glass & Paint 35.90

Ecolab 164.00

Educational & Community

Supports 250.00

EduTech 50.00

Emil Schoenfish 3,280.00

Esand 30.00

Farmers Union Oil Co 949.62

Follett Educational

Services 80.81

Charlotte Franks-Erickson 151.36

Gerrells & Co 44.74

Haan Crafts 304.61

Cherry Heinz 150.50

Hewlett-Packard Co 1,700.00

Thomas Hill 90.00

Dancia Jackson 16.00

Jemstone, Inc 59.00

Nick Joramo 8.00

Kmart 15.21

Lake Region Law

Enforcement Center 90.00

Leevers County Market 152.84

Mack Plumbing 916.85

Mackin Library Media 90.01

MCI 77.28

McVille Hardware &

Lumber 23.34

Nasco 27.25

ND Center for Distance

Education 23.18

NDCEL 50.00

NDHSAA 50.00

Networks & More, Inc 735.00

ND Telephone Co 429.32

Otter Tail Power Co 21.33

Paloa Sports 1,110.45

Pearce & Durick 87.50

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 640.00

Prairie Learning Center 2,031.34

Radisson Hotel-Bismarck 220.00

Rediker Software 1,550.00

Reliable Office Supply 129.17

Scholastic Inc 384.65

Scholastic Inc 74.15

School Specialty Inc 2,100.49

Sewing Machine Plus 135.00

SimplexGrinnell 632.00

Strong’s Lock & Safe 126.23

Supreme School Supply 46.91

Teachers Discount 169.66

Toledo Physical Education 207.14

USTA Northern 25.00

Wally’s Supermarket 78.82

Warwick City 330.00

Warwick Oil 874.00

Weekly Reader 569.43

Jodi Wellman 50.00

Wells Fargo Brokerage

Services 12,859.91

Trevor Letterboe 30.00

Lindsay Allmaras 20.00

Richard Bartlett 35.34

Cash (postage) 141.95

Charles Frederickson 756.40

Ramkota Hotel-Bismarck 304.00

Central Business Systems 130.74

Devils Lake Greenhouse 70.00

Dolphin Capital Corporation 932.67

Barbara Eversvik 27.47

Rebeca Gjovik 50.39

Wendy Gourneau 119.20

JS Vending 1,152.60

Kmart 66.30

Knell Trucking 629.04

Lightning Electric 414.28

Beth Neuman 180.70

Amy Olson 48.67

Otter Tail Power Co 6.69

SimplexGrinnell 64.00

Warwick Oil 2,166.00

Board Reports: Christofferson reported on the improvements that have been made at the old gym. He would like to have David Wallace Construction blow in insulation in the ceiling. Christofferson made a motion to accept Wallace Construction’s bid of $3,250. McKelvey seconded the motion with the stipulations that he complete it within in the next two weeks. The motion carried.

Christofferson presented a policy on bullying and discipline issues to be reviewed.

Christofferson also suggested having school board meetings in Tokio and St. Michael. It was decided to have the January school board meeting at the Boys and Girls Club in Tokio. The February meeting will be held at the Rec Center in St. Michael.

Discussion was held on getting a bigger circulation pump for the new gym to get hot water to the locker rooms. McKelvey made a motion, Christofferson seconded, to accept Johnson Controls’ bid. The motion carried.

The principals gave reports on the attendance for elementary and high school.

Track uniforms were discussed. Christofferson made a motion, Gravdahl seconded, to purchase eight boys’ and eight girls’ uniforms. The motion carried.

McKelvey left the meeting at 7:54 p.m.

Mr. Guthrie presented the first reading of FHCO — student use of electronics devices and DADL — staff use of electronic devices.

The Expectations of Warwick Athletics Letter was presented and discussed. Gravdahl made a motion to approve the letter and to amend the student handbook to be in line with the letter. Thiele seconded.

Roll call vote was Gravdahl and Thiele voting yes and Christofferson voting no. The motion carried.

Mr. Guthrie reported that the superintendent evaluation must be done at the next meeting.

Staff appreciation was discussed. Gravdahl made a motion, seconded by Thiele, to give each staff member a gift card for Christmas. Gravdahl and Thiele voted yes. Christofferson voted no. The motion carried.

Christofferson made a motion, seconded by Thiele, to hire Terry Smith as 7th and 8th grade boys’ basketball coach. Roll call vote was Gravdahl, Christofferson and Theile voting yes. The motion carried.

The next meeting will be December 11 at 5 p.m.

The meeting adjourned.

Carol Walford

Business Manager

Larry Theile

President


MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING

FORT TOTTEN SCHOOL DISTRICT

November 7, 2007

A regular meeting of the board of Fort Totten School District No. 30 was held November 7, 2007 in the conference room at the White Administration Building. Present were Erich Longie, Raymond Cavanaugh, Galen Robertson, Marty Greywater and Derrick Dauphinais.

Also present were Stephanie Anderson, Rick Smith, Charles "Chip"

Anderson, Wayne Trottier Jr., Dean Dauphinais Jr., Hayley Ness, Kevin Dauphinais and Sonte Dauphinais Dr. Longie called the meeting to order at 12:15 p.m.

APPROVAL OF AGENDA/CONSENT AGENDA: Mr. Greywater motioned to approve the agenda and consent agenda as is with the exception of the transportation director’s report and the addition of after school issues. Seconded by Mr. Cavanaugh. All in favor. Motion carried.

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

NOVEMBER 2007

Payroll $174,259.72

Social Security 20,853.72

Medicare 4,932.02

Federal W/Holding 15,137.94

State W/Holding 1,996.00

NDTFFR 20,341.30

BCBSND 28,800.80

Aflac 262.46

NDPERS 3,351.36

Discovery Benefits 2,055.00

ND State Disburse 1,296.20

Western State 306.92

Spirit Lake Tribe 132.00

Spirit Lake Housing 493.00

Spirit Lake Court 50.00

Thrivent Lutheran 450.00

IRS 187.80

TOTAL 274,906.24

MONTHLY EXPENDITURES

NOVEMBER 2007

Acme Electric $61.68

Anderson, Charles 144.85

Anderson, Christina 30.66

Anderson, Stephanie 142.29

Audiovisual, Inc 676.85

Balfour 117.65

Barber, Sandra 168.10

Barnes & Noble 1,166.59

Benson County

Schoolmasters 200.00

Best Western Seven

Seas 55.00

Bismarck Public School 2,200.06

Blooming Prairie

Assessment 300.00

Bright Pages 231.00

Bull, Scott 25.00

Caldwell’s Detectors 169.95

Carlson, Eilene 211.00

Cash & Carry Lumber 529.77

Center, Nakita 50.00

Central Distributing 13.25

Child & Adolescent

Services 917.40

Comfort Suites-Bismarck 330.00

Community Playthings 154.00

Country Counseling &

Consulting 3,870.00

Country Inn & Suites-

Bismarck 293.00

Creative Impressions 24.17

Criminal Records Section 94.50

Criminal Records Section 47.25

Criminal Records Section 47.25

Dauphinais Dean Jr 211.00

de la Paz, Frank 210.00

Dell Marketing 1,104.60

Devils Lake Journal 100.00

Discount Magazine Subs

Services 639.61

DPI 44.00

Engberg, Byron 211.00

Expressway Suites-

Bismarck 139.90

Fine Arts Construction

Tech 125.00

Fine Arts Construction

Tech 25.00

Follett Education

Services 599.84

Food Service of America 352.58

Grand Forks Canad Inn 208.00

Grand Forks Herald 90.75

Grand Forks Public

School 216.10

Grand Forks Public

School 180.00

Greene, Jan 186.00

Guy, Elaine 99.90

Hale, Jessica 25.00

HE Everson Co 112.65

Heart of America Medical

Center 1,449.91

Heart of America Medical

Center 2,768.70

Hinton, Lilly 25.00

Hopkins, Delbert Jr 330.00

Houghton Mifflin Co 7,200.00

I Design 534.00

Jaymar Business Forms 457.26

Jemstone Auto Glass 64.00

Jetty, Nicholas 50.00

Johnson, Sandra 75.80

KABU Radio Station 3,000.00

Kmart 331.22

Krantz’s Greenhouse 75.00

Lake Chevrolet 408.72

Leevers County Market 606.39

Leftbear, Geoffrey 50.00

Love & Logic Institute 1,455.50

LRP Publications 925.00

Maddock Public School 20.00

Marketplace Motors 149.99

McKay, Marcus 50.00

Mindware 580.80

Minot Restaurant Supply 145.10

Minot State University 30.00

Montana Dakota Utilities 75.00

Morin, Charles Jr 50.00

ND Telephone Co 467.37

Nelson, Liz 53.26

Nimco, Inc 410.40

Office & Technology 2,232.68

Olson, Jeff 186.00

Oriental Trading Co 84.35

Paul’s Grocery 412.20

PDI-Literacy First 3,300.00

Pearce & Durick 2,770.44

Pearce & Durick 397.39

Pfau, Jessica 211.00

Pizza Hut 75.00

Popplers Music 18.35

Purchase Power 500.00

Ramkota Inn-

Grand Forks 270.00

Ramkota Hotel-

Bismarck 220.00

Rand McNally 717.12

Resources For Educators 185.00

Royal Lanes 225.00

Service Tire, Inc 181.35

Spirit Lake EMS 180.00

Spirit Lake Marina 1,069.52

Steve Spangler Science 427.44

Super Duper Publications 59.80

Swenson, Sandy 211.00

Teen Ink 149.00

The Pizza Ranch 38.35

Thompson Publishing

Group 349.00

Thompson, Germaine 50.00

Tracy’s Market 324.92

Volk Human Services,

LLC 850.50

Wal-Mart 2,218.16

Workforce Safety &

Insurance 273.29

Xerox Corp 154.88

Xerox Corp 75.74

SUBTOTAL 57,408.10

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

Clear Channel Radio

Minot $50.00

Gerrells of DL 252.33

Kmart 232.04

Mertens, Dan 50.00

Mertens, Joe 50.00

Mertens, Roger 50.00

New Generation 135.00

Ploium, Corey 50.00

Select Therepy 258.20

Sysko’s Books & Videos 247.50

Yankton, Justin 50.00

Yoder, Ryan 50.00

SUBTOTAL 1,475.07

TOTAL 58,883.17

PRINCIPAL’S REPORT: Mr. Anderson updated the board regarding MAPS testing, the state assessment, Mayville State University Campus visit and the results of the intruder drill. Mr. Anderson stated he was going to meet with his staff regarding the results of the intruder drill. Discussion held regarding keys for the outside doors. The board recommended that Dr. Trottier look into keys with computer chips so the school would know whose key was used to get in the building. It would like him to work with Renita Delorme to make the school as secure possible. It would also like to meet with the elementary school board to see how they could tighten up security.

Discussion was held regarding the current library such as the skills being taught and the size. One suggestion was taking the students to neighboring colleges so they could be taught some college library skills such as UND, Lake Region, and CCCC. Dr. Trottier would bounce this question of the High Schools That Work consultants to see what they thought about the current library situation.

Discussion held on current attendance. Dean Dauphinais Jr. explained he is trying to find ways to work with the community to increase the attendance percentage. He is open to suggestions. He is trying the radio, newspaper, etc. Kevin Dauphinais stated the data that the school sends out may be difficult for some parents to understand. He suggested showing data in the form of pie graphs, bar charts and visual presentations. Discussion held regarding how administration is using our other attendance officer.

Kevin Dauphinais and Sonte Dauphinais exited the meeting at 1:22 p.m.

SPECIAL ED DIRECTOR’S REPORT: Mrs. Ness updated the board regarding the special education requirements. The requirements are to ensure that our students are receiving the proper services. Mr. Derrick Dauphinais motioned to approve the Fort Totten Special Education Unit Eligibility Requirements Document. Seconded by Mr. Greywater. All in favor. Motion carried.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES: Mr. Cavanaugh motioned to approve the minutes of October 4 and 10, 2007. Seconded by Mr. Greywater. All in favor.

Motion carried.

PERSONNEL REPORT: Discussion held regarding the cheerleader advisor position. The board authorized Mr. Smith to advertise out of house until November 30, 2007 and to bring to the next board meeting.

SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORT: The board would like Dr. Trottier to write a letter to the Spirit Lake Housing Authority regarding the "no dog policy." Dr. Trottier informed the board that he will be out on travel for the elementary school on November 10-16, 2007.

Mr. Cavanaugh told the board that he will be deployed for duty in January 2008. Discussion held on the different options.

TRANSPORTATION DIRECTOR’S REPORT: Discussion held on one of our bus drivers slamming on his brakes to make a student sit down and the student knocked over another student. Dr. Trottier suggested that the parent file a report.

AFTER SCHOOL HOURS: Mr. Dauphinais asked if the rec center was a scheduled stop because some of the students were getting off at the Fort Totten Rec Center. He was concerned because the students were hungry and if the school could provide some sort of snack. Dr.

Trottier stated that the rec centers are not scheduled stops.

Mr. Dauphinais motioned to adjourn. Seconded by Mr. Greywater. All in favor. Motion carried.

The meeting adjourned at 2:42 p.m.

Stephanie Anderson

Clerk

Dr. Erich Longie

Board President


MINUTES OF SPECIAL MEETING

FORT TOTTEN SCHOOL DISTRICT

November 9, 2007

A special meeting of the board of Fort Totten School District No. 30 was held November 9, 2007 in the conference room at the White Administration Building. Present were Erich Longie, Raymond Cavanaugh, Galen Robertson and Marty Greywater. Derrick Dauphinais was absent. Also present were Wayne Trottier Jr, Shirley Stensland and Lisa Greywater.

Dr. Longie called the meeting to order at 10:33 a.m.

DISCUSSION ON PEARCE & DURICK INVOICE: Discussion held on bill received from Pearce & Durick. On September 19, 2007 there was a bill for Mr. Thune speaking to Dr. Longie and Derrick Dauphinais at separate times. Based on requests from community members regarding recalling a board member, Dr. Longie called Mr. Thune that day.

However, Mr. Dauphinais’s call was not school related so he will be billed for the cost of the Mr. Thune’s services. Mr. Robertson motioned to have Mr. Dauphinais pay for the cost of the September 19,

2007 legal services. Seconded by Mr. Greywater. Four in favor. One absent. Motion carried.

Mr. Cavanaugh motioned to have board approval prior to getting legal counsel. Seconded by Mr. Greywater. Four in favor. One absent. Motion carried.

BOARD COMMITTEES: Discussion held on board members sitting on committees. Mr. Cavanaugh motioned to replace Mr. Dauphinais with Dr.

Longie on the board negotiations committee. Seconded by Mr.

Greywater. Four in favor. One absent. Motion carried.

Mr. Cavanaugh resigned from all his committee memberships.

BOARD TRAVEL: Discussion held on how board expenses are paid when board members travel. The school pays for the room, registration, airline and per diem in advance. The board stated no board member will be allowed to deviate from board practice and policy on travel.

Mr. Robertson motioned that all board members follow the same policy for board travel. No exceptions will be made to reimburse board members for travel. Seconded by Mr. Greywater. Four in favor. One absent. Motion carried.

COACHES CODE OF ETHICS-ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Discussion held on current coaches code of ethics. Our coaches should be role models for our students. Dr. Longie recommends no alcohol while coaching. Mr.

Robertson motioned to modify the Coaches Code of Ethics to the Coaches Standards of Conduct which will include the coaches avoiding the use of alcohol during their season. Seconded by Mr. Greywater.

Four in favor. One absent. Motion carried.

SPIRIT LAKE CONSULTING: Mr. Cavanaugh discussed Spirit Lake Consulting’s proposal to offer training for leadership. It will be a six hour program on ethical decision-making for board members. An honorarium will be paid with the amount to be determined at a later time. Mr. Robertson motioned to approve Spirit Lake Consulting’s proposal. Seconded by Mr. Greywater. Three in favor. Dr. Longie abstained. One absent. Motion carried.

Mr. Robertson motioned to adjourn. Seconded by Mr. Greywater. Four in favor. One absent. Motion carried.

The meeting adjourned at 11:35 a.m.

Stephanie Anderson

Clerk

Dr. Erich Longie

Board President


MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING

FORT TOTTEN SCHOOL DISTRICT

December 5, 2007

A regular meeting of the board of Fort Totten School District No. 30 was held December 5, 2007 in the conference room at the White Administration Building. Present were Erich Longie, Raymond Cavanaugh, Galen Robertson, Marty Greywater and Derrick Dauphinais.

Also present were Stephanie Anderson, Charles "Chip" Anderson, Wayne Trottier Jr., Shirley Stensland, Wanda Stensland, Doug Yankton and Janet Somerville-Dion.

Dr. Longie called the meeting to order at 4:07 p.m.

APPROVAL OF AGENDA/CONSENT AGENDA: Mr. Dauphinais motioned to approve the agenda and consent agenda with the addition of all the agenda items from the November 9, 2007 board meeting and to pull the 21st Century from the consent agenda. Motion died due to a lack of a second. Mr. Robertson motioned to approve the agenda and consent agenda with the exception of the 21st Century report which will be placed after the principal’s report. Seconded by Mr. Greywater. Four in favor. Mr. Dauphinais opposed. Motion carried.

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

DECEMBER 2007

Payroll $168,464.85

Social Security 20,275.10

Medicare 4,957.96

Federal W/Holding 15,196.85

State W/Holding 2,003.00

NDTFFR 19,778.30

Aflac 316.46

BCBSND 30,010.00

Discover Benefits 1,250.00

IRS 187.00

ND State Disburse 966.10

NDPERS 3,343.39

Spirit Lake Court 100.00

Spirit Lake Housing 362.00

Thrivent Lutheran 300.00

TOTAL 267,511.01

MONTHLY EXPENDITURES

DECEMBER 2007

Alltel $183.64

Anderson, Stephanie 125.10

Azure, Lane 50.51

Bartlett, Allyson 1,190.00

Bingham, Jerry 8.54

Cayen & Associates 225.00

Country Counseling &

Consulting 3,450.00

Criminal Records Section 47.25

Devils Lake Greenhouse 30.00

Devils Lake Park Board 80.00

EduTech 1,770.00

Estenson, Megan 91.31

Gerrells of DL 39.00

Hanson, Deb 882.30

HY-Z Wireless 878.30

I Design 131.82

Johnson, Sandra 116.25

Kmart 175.00

Leeveres County Market 611.17

McKay, Bob 160.00

Montana Dakota Utilities 75.00

ND Education Association 4,990.00

ND Telephone Co 512.07

Nelson, Liz 137.79

Ness, Hayley 186.00

Office & Technology 335.67

Olson, Jeff 49.83

Oriental Trading Co 672.22

Paul’s Grocery 385.50

Pitney Bowes 420.00

Purchase Power 500.00

Rose’s Stitch & Sew 13.00

School Health Corp 90.66

Tate Topa Tribal Board 8,154.69

Tracy’s Market 247.46

Vilie, Linda 570.46

Volk Human Services,

LLC 724.50

Walch Publishing 22.99

Wal-Mart 296.60

Weekly Reader 332.10

Willert, Dan 50.00

Xerox Corp 1,122.35

Xerox Corp 631.54

SUBTOTAL 30,765.62

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

Alberts, Lawrence $300.00

Alberts, Lawrence 300.00

Anderson, Charles 200.00

Anderson, Charles 200.00

Anderson, Charles 200.00

Berg, Eric 100.00

Bull, Lawrence 270.00

Coca Cola Bottling 892.50

David Davidson 100.00

Diffo, Mandy 220.00

Greywater, Sheldon 240.00

Howard, Catherine 260.00

Klebe, Cindy 75.00

Klier, Dean 153.00

Leevers 485.57

Mertens, Danny 129.00

Mertens, Danny 85.00

Mertens, Joe 100.00

Mertens, Joe 228.00

Mertens, Roger 85.00

Mertens, Roger 129.00

Mertens, Travis 29.00

Moser, Dale 100.00

Palmer, Chad 100.00

Palmer, Chad 100.00

Pepsi Cola Bottling 2,133.00

Ploium, Corey 143.00

Smith, Rick 998.50

Smith, Rick 560.00

Soper, Mark 85.00

Stotts, Jeff 85.00

Thompson, Sheila 260.00

Wallace, Terry 85.00

Yankton, Doug 600.00

Yankton, Justin 143.00

SUBTOTAL 10,173.57

TOTAL 40,939.19

COACHES STANDARDS OF CONDUCT: Dr. Trottier visited with Mr. Thune regarding the second draft which was changed from Code of Ethics to Standards of Conduct. Mr. Thune stated the Coaches Standards of Conduct looked fine as is. Mr. Cavanaugh motioned to approve Draft 2 of the Coaches Standards of Conduct. Seconded by Mr. Greywater. All in favor. Motion carried.

LIZ NELSON’S REPORT: Mr. Robertson motioned to approve out-of-state travel for staff to attend the National Title Conference in Nashville, Tennessee January 25-28, 2008. Mr. Anderson will decide which staff members will attend. Seconded by Mr. Greywater. All in favor. Motion carried.

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR’S REPORT: Mr. Robertson motioned to hire Doug Yankton as the second assistant boys’ basketball coach and Shirley Stensland as the cheerleader coach for the 2007-2008 school year.

Seconded by Mr. Cavanaugh. Further discussion held regarding if Mr.

Yankton gets back on the board. All in favor. Motion carried.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES: Discussion held on November 9, 2007 meeting regarding the Pearce & Durick invoice and the other agenda items. Mr.

Robertson motioned to approve the minutes of November 7 and 9, 2007 as is. Seconded by Mr. Greywater. Four in favor. Mr. Dauphinais abstained. Motion carried.

PRINCIPAL’S REPORT: Mr. Anderson informed the board of November activities. The students have been attending mini-sessions of the grieving process, college campus visits, ND Assessment and BIA visitation from Brent LaRocque regarding school security.

SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORT: Dr. Trottier updated the board on the dog issue behind the school, facilities and security issues. He explained the early out procedure for ball games or weather. Discussion held on the school bus dropping off students at the Fort Totten Rec. Center.

Dr. Trottier stated no students should be getting off the school bus at the rec. center. He said he would visit with George Longie, transportation director, to ensure no students are allowed to get off the bus.

SUPERINTENDENT’S EVALUATION: All board members were to drop off their completed evaluation to the Business Manager, Stephanie Anderson by December 15, 2007.

2007-2008 POLICIES & PROCEDURES: Mrs. Anderson informed the board the only changes she made to the Policies and Procedures Manual was the sick leave and family emergency leave so it would match the master contract. Mr. Cavanaugh motioned to approve the 2007-2008 Policies & Procedures with the changes. Seconded by Mr. Greywater. All in favor.

Motion carried.

LIBRARIAN ISSUE: The board discussed identifying a teacher in our school system who might consider getting their librarian credential.

Mrs. Somerville-Dion stated she is a couple classes short of having her librarian credential.

CHANGE OF VICE PRESIDENT OF BOARD: Mr. Cavanaugh stated he is stepping down as vice president due to his deployment. Mr. Greywater motioned to accept Mr. Cavanaugh’s resignation as vice president.

Seconded by Mr. Robertson. Mr. Greywater nominated Mr. Robertson for vice president. Dr. Longie motioned to cease nominations. Seconded by Mr. Cavanaugh. All in favor. Motion carried. Roll call vote taken.

All in favor. Mr. Robertson is the new board vice president.

21st CENTURY DIRECTOR’S REPORT: Discussion held on the 2008-2009 grant and if the school is going to join the JPA. Dr. Trottier stated the school will write it’s own grant for 21st Century funds.

Mr. Greywater motioned to adjourn. Seconded by Mr. Cavanaugh. All in favor. Motion carried.

The meeting adjourned at 5:02 p.m.

Stephanie Anderson

Clerk

Dr. Erich Longie

Board President

 


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