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Raymond Central Board of Education minuntes, 10/10/2018

Raymond Central Board of Education minuntes, 10/10/2018

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Raymond Central Public Schools Board of Education Regular Meeting

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at 6:00 P.M.

Raymond Central Junior Senior High School –

Swing Classroom No. 108

1800 West Agnew Road

Raymond, NE 68428-9783

Present: Scott Black, Matt Blanchard, Brad Breitkreutz, Harriet Gould, Lori Springer, Susan Urbom and Peyton Taylor, Student Board Member. Also attending were Derrick Joel, Superintendent; Kolin Haecker, Principal; Greg Wilmes, Secondary Principal; Shelly Dostal, Valparaiso Elementary Principal; and Ann Egr, Ceresco Elementary Principal.

President Gould called the meeting to order at 6:33 P.M. and the Pledge of Allegiance was said.

All members were present.

President Gould reminded the audience that the Open Meeting Laws are displayed in the back of the room for their review.

Motion by Black, second by Springer to approve the consent agenda as presented including the regular meeting minutes of September 12, 2018, October Financial Statement and October monthly bills. RCV 6-0. Motion carried.

Amendment to Agenda: Motion by Black, second by Urbom to move Discussion Item-Review Cash Rent Bids to the end of Action Items in order for the Board to enter Executive Session. RCV 6-0. Motion carried.

SAT statewide assessment scores and NSCAS results will be shared with the Board as soon as they are received from the Nebraska Department of Education.

The School Improvement Team has been working hard to prepare for the AdvancEd site visit on November 13-16. Climate and culture student, parent and staff survey results were shared with the Board.

Superintendent Joel reported that after reviewing our exterior camera quality at the high school with SEi, we will be replacing three cameras and adding one additional camera all with multi-lens cameras. We are also getting a quote to add a wireless camera on one of the light poles to avoid the costly process of burying the line.

Three air flow dampers have been ordered and will be replaced at Ceresco Elementary by H&S. Davis Design will run a final balancing test needed after the installation. Trane will be conducting an energy/HVAC audit at Valparaiso Elementary to be proactive in addressing the 20 year old heat pumps in the building before a major issue occurs. The Facility Committee will meet in the near future to create a revised priority list of work to be completed by the end of the summer.

Raymond Central Crisis and Safety Protocol training for students at the high school will be provided by Mr. Haecker and Deputy Piitz working with each individual grade level.

An Amendment to the 2018-2019 Teacher Master Contract to include Extended Contract Language and add an additional option of a HSA-Eligible $3500 Insurance Plan was presented to the Board. Motion by Springer, second by Breitkreutz to approve the Master Contract as amended. RCV 6-0. Motion carried.

Action Items

Motion by Springer, second by Black to approve the appointment of Courtney Polak, Social Studies Teacher, as the Dance Sponsor for the remainder of the school year. RCV 6-0. Motion carried.

Motion by Breitkreutz, second by Urbom to approve the surplus of a 2007 Ford Freestar Van and a 1996 IHC 65 passenger bus. RCV 6-0. Motion carried.

Motion by Urbom, second by Springer to approve Shay Nickels as a local substitute teacher and Angie Groff as a substitute para/secretary. RCV 6-0. Motion carried.

Motion by Springer, second by Urbom to approve the next regular Board of Education Meeting on Wednesday, November 14 at 6:30 P.M. RCV 6-0. Motion carried.

Motion by Springer, second by Urbom to enter Executive Session at 7:14 P.M. to discuss Cash Rent Bids that were received. RCV 6-0. Motion carried.

Motion by Black, second by Springer to return to Regular Session at 7:47 PM.

Motion by Blanchard, second by Black to hold a Spe-cial Meeting on Wednesday, October 17 at 4:30 P.M. to make a decision on Cash Rent. RCV 6-0. Motion carried.

Motion by Breitkreutz, second by Urbom to adjourn the meeting at 7:51 PM. RCV 6-0. Motion carried.

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