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RECORD OF BOARD PROCEEDINGS

(MINUTES)
May 11, 2015
A regular meeting of the Campbell County Board of Education was held on Monday, May 11, 2015, 6:00 P.M. at the Alexandria Educational Center, 51 Orchard Lane, Alexandria, Kentucky.
In attendance at the meeting were:

Janis Winbigler, Chairperson

Richard Mason, Vice Chairperson

Gary Combs

Kimber Fender

Dr. Ted Williams

Glen A. Miller, Superintendent

Garry Edmondson, Board Attorney


I. CALL TO ORDER

The meeting was called to order by Janis Winbigler, Chairperson.


Approve Agenda

15-038 Motion by Williams, seconded by Fender, to approve the agenda as presented per the recommendation of the Superintendent.

VOTE: Winbigler-Yes; Mason-Yes; Combs-Yes; Fender-Yes; Williams-Yes. MOTION CARRIED.

Pledge of Allegiance
Mission Statement
Our Stars

Special Presentation: We would like to recognize the members of St. Luke Lutheran Church in Cold Spring their generous donation of $450.00 to the Campbell County Helping Kids Fund. Your continued support means so much to the students, staff and families of our district.
Brooks Named Finalist in National Achievement Scholarship Program

Congratulations to CCHS senior, Jasmine Brooks, for being named a finalist in the National Achievement Scholarship Program.  This program is an academic competition established in 1964 to provide recognition for outstanding Black American high school students. Black students may have entered both the 2015 National Achievement Program and the 2015 National Merit® Program by taking the 2013 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®) and meeting other published requirements for participation. Nation-wide, only 1300 semi-finalists were chosen to receive the finalist status. We are so proud of you, Jasmine, and congratulate you on this outstanding achievement!


Field Named National Merit Scholarship Finalist

Congratulations to CCHS senior Sean Field on being named a National Merit Scholarship Finalist.  In the fall we learned that Sean was one of 16000 semi-finalists nationwide.  About 90% of those go on to finalist status, per NMSC information.  The next step will be about 8000 of those finalists being chosen for Merit Scholarship award.  However, with that aside, many prestigious institutions offer full scholarships to students who qualify as National Merit Scholars.  Being selected into this group means great opportunities for Sean are ahead.  We can’t wait to see where this distinction takes him!


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CCHS Student Named Concertmaster of the Tristate Honors Orchestra

9th grader Sidney Reagor has been named as the Concertmaster (principal first violin) of the Tristate Honors Orchestra, hosted by Northern Kentucky University! Ms. Reagor was selected by audition for this honor, and this designates her as the area's top young violinist. Sidney is currently enrolled in the NKU music preparatory program, and is a member of the CCHS Symphonic Band. We are extremely proud of Sidney's hard work and dedication to her art form, and are excited that she will represent Campbell County Schools at this event. Congratulations Sidney!


Congratulations CCHS Engineering Technology and Technology Students Posted On: Thursday, March 26, 2015

Congratulations to CCHS’s Engineering Technology Students and Technology Student Association (TSA). Twenty three students brought home seventeen State Awards while at The Crowne Plaza Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky in March. They earned seven 1st place, three 2nd place, and six 3rd place awards. They earned the most awards out of all the competing high schools. We are very proud of them and they represented our district with great camel pride.


First Place

Academic Technology Bowl Jacob Flairty, Nick Wilson, Colton Graham

Promotional Graphics Carla Henry

Architectural Renovation Nick Wilson, Jacob Flarity, Andrew Kiddy, Andrew Hyden, Noah Vaniglia

Debating technology Colton Graham, John Leopold

CAD 2D Architecture Nick Wilson

Biotechnology Design Zack Kuebbing, Annie Garcia, Nick Paden, Nolen Padin, Foster Loesch

Desktop Publishing Clayton Moore

 Second Place

Architecture Renovation Hunter Brown, John Leopold, Josh Tolliver, Peter Glenn

Structure Engineering Andrew Kiddy, Corbin Staggs

Academic Technology Bowl Andrew Hyden, Adam Leopold, Carter McGohan


CCHS Academic Team wins 5th Place at State Governor's Cup Posted On: Wednesday, March 18, 2015

The Campbell County High School Academic Team proved to be one of the very best teams at the State Governor’s Cup Tournament yesterday in Louisville. The Quick Recall team of captain Drake Boling and starters Colton Graham, Sean Field, Hayden Hiller and Carly Turner totally devastated their first four opponents to achieve the Elite Eight. In the quarterfinals, the Camels lost a close match to Glasgow, the eventual champion. (In fact, Glasgow later beat the 2nd place team by 14 points, while only beating CCHS by 7 points). The Camels were presented their 5th place trophy by Gov. Beshear. In individual events, Carly Taylor placed 5th in the state in Language Arts. Others with impressive rankings included Drake Boling, 11th in the state in Language Arts, Colton Graham 15th in Social Studies, Hayden Hiller and Jaclyn Fischesser 17th in Arts & Humanities, Mitchell Turner 17th in Science, Sean Field 25th in Math, Carly Taylor 26th in Arts & Humanities and Kevin Korth 29th in Math.



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Team members include:

Drake

Boling

Carly

Taylor

Hayden

Hiller

Jaclyn

Fischesser

Benjamin Mitchell

Turner

Jasmine

Brooks

Colton

Graham

Jennifer

Rawe

Sean

Field

Kevin

Korth


Campbell Ridge Academic Team Governor's Cup Champions Posted On: Monday, March 23, 2015

Congratulations to the Campbell Ridge Academic Team on becoming the 2015 Regional 24 Governor's Cup Champions! They competed March 21st at the Regional Governor's Cup competition at Southern Elementary in Pendleton Co. This is their 6th year in a row winning this title!


Members of the team include:

2nd Place Quick Recall Team:

Ashley Messmer (captain)

Noah Coronado

Dayne Freudenberg

Ben Palmieri

Beckett Penrod

Matthew Maines

Ella Hertzenberg

Sophie Jones

Kennedy Johnson

Aubrie Klei

Allie Messmer

  

Noah Coronado--tied for1st place Math; 2nd place Arts & Humanities



Ben Palmieri--2nd place Science

Dayne Freudenberg--tied for 3 place in Social Studies

Sophie Jones--2nd place composition

Ashley Messmer--4th place composition


4th place Future Problem Solving:

Dayne Freudenberg

Beckett Penrod

Kennedy Johnson

Cody Eby

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Other members of the district award winning team include:

Bailey

Klei

Ava

Day

Sydney

Harrison


Congratulations Grant's Lick Academic Team Posted On: Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Congratulations to the Grant's Lick Cardinals who competed in the District and Regional Governor's Cup Competitions. At Districts, the Cardinals took second place overall, tied for first in Future Problem Solving and had several students advance to regional competition. At Regionals, two Cardinals took away medals in their written assessment categories. Thanks to all the kids and parents who made it such a successful season! Way to go Cardinals!


Members of the Team Include:

Angelina

Ellis

Sierra

Simon

Joshua

Heiert

Grace

Flora

Liam

Stewart

Dylan

Haas

Emilie

Zengel

Ashton

Arthur


CCMS Academic Team Makes it to Sweet 16 Posted On: Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Congratulations to our CCMS Academic Team members who participated in the KAAC Governor’s Cup. Our Middle School Camels Quick Recall Team (Nate Asbury, Cameron Brewer, Trent Guckiean, Alex Harrison & JT Reagor) tied for 9th place losing to the overall runner-up champion Johnson County. Individual recognition goes to Nate Asbury who earned 15th place in Social Studies, JT Reagor who got 17th place in Language Arts and Cameron Brewer who scored at the 19th spot for Arts & Humanities. Thanks, Camels, for continuing to spread the tradition of excellence of Campbell County Schools wherever you go.


Team Members Include:

Alexander

Harrison

Kameron

Steffen

Trent

Guckiean

Nathan

Asbury

Jayden

Coleman

John Thomas

Reagor

Cameron

Brewer

Grace

Songer

Raychel

Kool

Nicholas

Yungbluth

Jade

Freudenberg

Aden

Stevens

James

Kintner


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CCHS FBLA Excels at Regional Leadership Conference Posted On: Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Congratulations to the CCHS FBLA who excelled at the Regional Leadership conference on Tuesday, March 10th. Please congratulate these students on their hard work!


FBLA Regional Results:

Student(s)

Place

Event

Will Chowning

3rd

Agribusiness




Michael Dumaine

2nd

Business Calculations

Rachel Crigler & Lydia Schneider

3rd

Business Ethics

Mitch Turner​

1st

Business Math

Eric Bingham

3rd

Business Procedures

Emily Geiman

2nd

Desktop Publishing

Sam Ford, Sarah Begley, & Katelyn Tromm

1st

Digital Design & Promotion

Brandon Hart

3rd

Digital Video Production

Drake Boling

1st

Economics

Wade Spradlin & Robert Fickenscher

2nd

Emerging Business Issues

Nick Padin

1st

FBLA Principles and Procedures

Blake Weimer

3rd

Into to Business Communications

Brad Geiman

2nd

Intro to Parliamentary Procedure

Carley Futscher, Jordan Day, & Colton Gearhart

1st

Local Chapter Annual Business Report

Liz Sampson & Ashlee Mckinzie

2nd

Management Info Systems

Dylan Rich, Kyle Edgley, & Josh Carroll

2nd

Marketing

Lauren Schafer, Kendall Ruber, Kourtnie Ruber, Ammar Bayyari, & Michael Rief

2nd

Parliamentary Procedure

Mason Thacker

3rd

Sales Presentation

Colton Gearhart

1st

Word Processing

Michael Rief won the Ann Visnic and Eugene H. Smith Scholarships and Who’s Who in Region 4 FBLA.  Our chapter placed second for largest local chapter.

 Mrs. Josephine Turner that works closely with our chapter was named Business Person of the Year.

 Mrs. Hamons was selected as the Region 4 Most Outstanding Adviser.  




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Congratulations CCMS Math Counts Team Posted On: Monday, March 9, 2015

Congratulations to the CCMS Math Counts Team who were named runner up champions at the Northern Kentucky Chapter contest on Feb. 28. The team of Alex Harrison, Nate Asbury, Kameron Steffen & Casey Kyle advanced to the state competition. Congratulations to these mathletes !


Team Members Include:

Alexander

Harrison

Nathan

Asbury

Kameron

Steffen

Casey

Kyle



Congratulations Campbell Co. Robotics Teams Posted On: Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Congratulations to the Campbell County Robotics Teams for their extraordinary performance at the Regional Competition. Four Campbell County Teams took the top honors at the competition and competed at the State Robotics competition at Rupp Arena in Lexington on March 26th.

Regional Results:

High School - First Place



Team Atlas

Cole Arthur

Max Kellinghaus (8th)

Logan Roether (8th)

Brandon Maloney (8th)
High School -2nd place

Satellite Destroyers
Katie Emmett
Tony Painter
Middle School - 2nd place
Funky Squirrelz
Casey Kyle
Jason Sand
Ryan Heiert (not at competition)
Middle School - 3rd place

Blubbery Whales

Connor Geiman


Kadyn Matthews
Proud Coaches:  

George Kyle and

D. J. Kellinghaus


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CCHS Senior places 2nd at Shakespeare Competition Posted On: Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Congratulations to senior, Katherine Sallee, who won second place in the Shakespeare Competition, sponsored by the Cincinnati Branch of the English-Speaking Union.

Katherine performed a Shakespearean monologue and sonnet in a competition with students from the Greater Cincinnati area. Congratulations Katherine!

2015 Kentucky School Nutrition Assoc. Employee of the Year Posted On: Thursday, April 23, 2015

Congratulations to Kathy Lauer who is the 2015 Kentucky School Nutrition Association (KSNA) Employee of the Year.  This award recognizes non-managerial school nutrition employees for the contributions they have made throughout their school nutrition career.  Kathy is a great example of “Doing Whatever it Takes” to provide excellent food services to the students, staff and families of Campbell County every day. 

Kathy will be recognized at the Kentucky School Nutrition Association’s Annual Conference in Lexington, KY on June 23 and has been awarded an all-expenses paid trip to the National School Nutrition Associations’ Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, July 12 – 15 where she will be recognized at the Red Carpet Awards Ceremony along with the other state winners.

We are proud of you Kathy!


KyAEA Northern Region Art Competition Winners Posted On: Tuesday, April 7, 2015

The KyAEA Northern Region Art Competition was held over spring break.  Please help me in congratulating the following students who won awards.  The top two students have qualified to compete in Louisville in the All-State Awards in their respective categories:

Isaiah Deinlein – Photography – 2nd place

Olivia Cassinelli – Video Art – 1st place

Chelsea Brownfield – Graphic Design – 2nd place

Megan Franzen – Graphic Design – Honorable Mention

Tristan Jones – Printmaking – 3rd place

Hogan Oldiges – Sculpture – Honorable Mention

Lily Bischoff – Digital Media – Honorable Mention

Both Olivia Cassinelli and Isaiah Deinlein earned 3rd place at the state competition in their categories. 


CCHS Student wins Essay Contest Posted On: Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Congratulations to Freshman Syd Fillhardt who was awarded the school winner award for her essay on Soil and Bluegrass – Kentucky’s Two Great Resources from the Campbell County Conservation District.  


Syd also received The House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Ky Citation of Achievement award for her essay. The Theme was Protect Kentucky’s Soil. Syd’s essay was one of seven essays chosen from over 170 entries. Her teacher, Mr. Nick Haigis sponsored Syd for the contest. They were both honored at an awards ceremony held at in the cafeteria on March 12th. The contest was sponsored by KY Farm Bureau Federation and the Kentucky Association of Conservation District.  


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Congratulations Governor's Scholars Recipients Posted On: Tuesday, April 14, 2015

We are thrilled to announce ALL 13 of our Governor's Scholars Applicants were accepted into the 2015 program! 


Matthew Bell Seth Mains

Jessica Appel Emma Guckiean

Erica Bingham Lauren Sebastian

Hayden Hiller Jacob Verst

Lydia Schneider

Sydney Wittrock

Rachel Crigler

Jacob Newberry

Jacob Cryer
Congratulations to these CCHS students accepted into the Governor's School for the Arts:

Connor Daniels, Vocal music


Megan Franzen, Visual art

Congratulations! We are proud of you!


CCHS Senior Receives 2015 Civic Leadership Award Posted On: Thursday, April 30, 2015

Congratulations to CCHS senior, Danielle Martin, on receiving a 2015 Civic Leadership Award from Kids Voting Northern Kentucky.  Danielle received the award at the annual Kids Voting Northern Kentucky luncheon. 

Great job, Danielle!
Congratulations 6th Grade Winners in Patriot's Pen Contest Posted On: Wednesday, April 29, 2015

We would like to give a big shout- out to some CCMS sixth graders for being local and district winners for the VFW's Patriot's Pen Contest. 

Early in the year, all accelerated ELA sixth graders wrote an essay about why they appreciate veterans. Students had the option of formally entering the VFW contest after receiving teacher feedback. 

Lauren Taylor won first place at our local VFW post, first place in the district competition, and fourth place in the state competition!  She was honored Tuesday evening at VFW Post 6423 in Elsmere.  

Other local winners were Kadyn Matthews, Mattea Meiser, and Ella Schloemer. The local winners will be recognized during the Memorial Day Parade.

Congratulations to all those that participated!


Campbell Ridge Elementary 2nd grader will Compete in The National Braille Challenge Competition

Campbell Ridge Elementary 2nd grader, Calli Larrison, will be competing in The National Braille Challenge competition in Los Angeles in June. Calli is one of 12 students in the nation in her age group to qualify for this honor. She won the regional competition for reading comprehension, and is the only student from Kentucky to qualify this year. You rock, Calli!! Good luck!! 



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CCMS 8th Grader Receives Honorable Mention in Scholastic Writing Awards Posted On: Friday, May 1, 2015

Nicholas Yungbluth, an 8th grader at CCMS, was the recipient of an honorable mention in the Scholastic Writing Awards for the 2014-2015 school year.


The ceremony was held on April 26th at Covington Catholic High School. Nicholas' mentor for his winning piece was Mr. Jeffrey Marks.

Congratulations Nicholas!


Recess

As provided in the agenda (as approved), the Board briefly recessed.


School Presentation

Campbell County Day Treatment



Alvin Elsbernd, Principal

II. COMMUNICATIONS

Audience Comments

Board Member Comments


Superintendent Comments
Personnel Report


NAME

POSITION

ACTION / REASON

EFFECTIVE

LOCATION

Carrigan, Sean

Teacher

Leave Without Pay

4/24/- 4/28/2015

CCHS

Carroll, Eric

Youth Football Director

Hired

4/17/2015

CCMS

Cavanaugh, Jenna

Asst. Volleyball Coach

Hired

4/15/2015

CCHS

Creech, Brandy

Paraeducator

Resigned

4/9/2015

Cline

Federle, Jennifer

Tutor

Hired

4/20/2015

Reiley

Fields, Katie

Youth Cheer Director

Hired

7/1/2015

CCMS

Gibson, Erica

Bus Monitor

Leave Without Pay

4/10 - 4/13/2015

Transportation

Goeke, Thomas

Bus Driver

Leave Without Pay

3/24 - 4/10/2015

Transportation

Goeke, Thomas

Bus Driver

Resigned

4/13/2015

Transportation

Hegener, Marilyn

Food Service Asst.

Retired

4/3/2015

CCHS

King, Bethany

Tutor

Hired

4/6/2015

Reiley

Strausser, Kristen

Teacher

Leave Without Pay

4/9/15- 4/10/15

CCMS

Strouse, Cody

Girls Track Coach

HIred

4/17/2015

CCMS

Syring, Sarah

Teacher

Resigned

4/21/2015

CCMS
















Substitutes













Conradi, Anthony

Substitute Teacher

Terminated

4/23/2015

District Wide

Preston, JD

Substitute Teacher

Hired

4/23/2015

District Wide



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Written Communications and Reports

SBDM Minutes

FRYSC Reports

Pupil Personnel Report

Public Relations Report

School Related Field Trip Notifications

Field Trip Report – Transportation

Field Trip Report – Athletics

Northern KY Youth Football League Participation

Other Reports



III. ACTION AGENDA

2015-16 Tentative Budget and Salary Schedules

15-039 Motion made by Mason, seconded by Combs, to approve the 2015-16 Tentative Budget and Salary Schedules as submitted per the recommendation of the Superintendent.


VOTE: Winbigler-Yes; Mason-Yes; Combs-Yes; Fender-Yes; Williams-Yes. MOTION CARRIED.
GLE Fuel Tank

15-040 Motion made by Williams, seconded by Mason, to award the bid from GRAU to replace the in-ground fuel tank at GLE as submitted by the architects per the recommendation of the Superintendent.


VOTE: Winbigler-Yes; Mason-Yes; Combs-Yes; Fender-Yes; Williams-Yes. MOTION CARRIED.
Resolution to Participate with the Central Kentucky Educational Cooperative

15-041 Motion made by Fender, seconded by Combs, to enter into a cooperative effort with CKES through the Central Kentucky Educational Cooperative interlocal agreement per the recommendation of the Superintendent.

VOTE: Winbigler-Yes; Mason-Yes; Combs-Yes; Fender-Yes; Williams-Yes. MOTION CARRIED.
School Resource Officers

15-042 Motion by Fender, seconded by Mason, to approve the Campbell County Police Department contract to provide a resource officer at CCHS and the Alexandria Police Department contract to provide a resource officer at CCMS per the recommendation of the Superintendent.


VOTE: Winbigler-Yes; Mason-Yes; Combs-Yes; Fender-Yes; Williams-Yes. MOTION CARRIED.

IV. CONSENT AGENDA

15-043 Motion made by Combs, seconded by Williams, to approve the consent agenda as presented per the recommendation of the Superintendent.


Minutes

April 13, 2015 – Regular Meeting


Bills - Addendum

General Fund # 118484-118580 as listed in the Orders of the Treasurer


Bills - Regular

General Fund # 118581-118735 listed in the Orders of the Treasurer




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Treasurer’s Report

Campbell County Board of Education

Treasurer's Report

For Month Ended April 30, 2015




Beginning










Expenditures




Ending

Fund

Balance




Revenues




Salaries




Others




Balance































General

14,271,905




2,469,554




(1,867,372)




(820,562)




14,053,525































Sick Leave Retire.

244,071




0




0




0




244,071































Special Revenue

(375,526)




982,227




(234,830)




(165,150)




206,722































District Activity

180,642




3,225










(13,728)




170,139































Capital Outlay

-




0




0










-































Building

-




0




0




0




-































Construction

-




0




0




0




-































Debt Service

200,540




0




0










200,540































Food Service

144,436




217,055




(58,484)




(139,890)




163,117































Totals *

$ 14,666,069




3,672,062




(2,160,685)




(1,139,331)




$ 15,038,114

* Cash and cash equivalents in all funds include approx. $373,037 in investments and certificates of




deposits yielding 0.585% and the remainder in interest-bearing checking accounts yielding 0.25%.


Leave of Absence Requests

Robert Fryman, Maintenance at Campbell Ridge, from April 17, 2015 through May 29, 2015 for FMLA.


Jeffrey Marks, Teacher at Campbell County Middle School, from April 20, 2015 through April 24, 2015 for FMLA.
Patrick McCord, Bus Driver at Transportation, from April 20, 2015 through May 4, 2015 for FMLA.
Glen Miller, Superintendent at Central Office, Intermittent leave from March 9, 2015 through June 30, 2015 for FMLA.
Cindy Piccirillo, Paraeducator at Crossroads Elementary School, from March 25, 2015 through June 11, 2015 for FMLA.
Susan Rawe, Paraeducator at Campbell Ridge Elementary, Intermittent Leave from April 6, 2015 through June 30, 2015 for FMLA.
Elizabeth Thornton, Teacher at Campbell County High School, From May 25, 2015 through June 9, 2015 for FMLA.
Jack Vallandingham, Custodian at Grant’s Lick Elementary, Intermittent leave from April 10, 2015 through June 30, 2015 for FMLA.

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Student Athlete Accident Insurance

A two year Student Athlete Accident Insurance agreement with Scholastic Insurance covering all students with both a basic plan and a catastrophe plan. Cost for plan is $65,193 per year for 2 years; the same price quoted for 2014-15.


Emergency Certified Employee

The Educational Professional Standards Board (EPSB) requires a specific Board meeting date and Board number for individuals completing applications to be emergency-certified when applicable. In the event CCS cannot employ a “certified” individual, this meeting date and number will be used in the application process.


Annual Technology Plan

In order to be eligible to apply for E-Rate discounted services, each district must have a Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) approved technology plan. The Campbell County District technology plan has been previewed by the KDE Engineer and meets the FCC criteria.


Pay Date Schedule for 2015-16

Board Policy 03.121 and 03.221 requires the Board to approve the payroll distribution schedule annually. The Finance Director submitted the pay dates for the new school year for Board approval. CCS pays employees every other week or 26 pay periods per school year.


Auditor Contract for 2014-15 Financial Statements

Contract for Barnes Dennig & Co. Ltd. to audit the 2014-15 financial statements in the amount of $20,000.


KDE Contract – Reimburse Campbell for AC Maintenance Worker

Contract for the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) to reimburse Campbell County Schools $19,000 toward an Area Technology Center maintenance worker’s salary.


VOTE: Winbigler-Yes; Mason-Yes; Combs-Yes; Fender-Yes; Williams-Yes. MOTION CARRIED.

V. ADJOURN

There being no further business to come before the Board, Ms. Winbigler entertained a motion to adjourn.


15-045 Motion made by Mason, seconded by Fender, to adjourn the meeting.
VOTE: Winbigler-Yes; Mason-Yes; Combs-Yes, Fender - Yes; Williams-Yes. MOTION CARRIED.
The meeting adjourned at 7:07 p.m.

APPROVED:


_______________________________

JANIS WINBIGLER, CHAIRPERSON


ATTEST:
__________________________________

GLEN A. MILLER, SUPERINTENDENT



SECRETARY


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