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LEECHBURG AREA BOARD OF SCHOOL DIRECTORS

REGULAR MONTHLY BOARD MEETING MINUTES

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 2016 – 7:30 PM - J. D. ORR BOARD ROOM
CALL TO ORDER: The Regular Monthly Board Meeting of the Leechburg Area Board of School Directors was called to order at 7:37 PM in the J. D. Orr Board Room of the Parker D. Baker Building by Ms. Terri Smith, Board President.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE/MOMENT OF SILENCE: The Pledge of Allegiance was recited in unison and a Moment of Silence was observed.
ROLL CALL: Mrs. Megan Hamm, Mr. Joseph Michadick, Ms. Angelique Richards, Mr. Anthony Shea, Ms. Terri Smith and Mrs. Helen Yurjevich.
Mr. Neill Brady (family commitment), Ms. Jean Stull (vacation) and Mrs. Kathryn Vargo (illness) were absent.
Also present were: Mr. Robert Cinpinski, School District Solicitor, Mr. William McNamee, PASBO Consultant Business Manager, Ms. Patricia Camp, Board Secretary, and Dr. Frank C. Prazenica, Jr., Acting Superintendent.
MINUTES:

Special Board Meeting Minutes ---------------------------------------------------------- 05/11/16

Regular Monthly Board Meeting Minutes ---------------------------------------------- 05/18/16
Board President, Ms. Smith, requested comments, corrections and additions to the Minutes. Hearing none on a motion by Mrs. Hamm, seconded by Mr. Shea the Minutes were approved as presented.
Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.
EXECUTIVE SESSIONS:

Date: Time:

05/24/16 6:30 PM FULL BOARD-Personnel Issues/Legal Issues

Superintendent’s Office

06/01/16 6:30 PM FULL BOARD-Personnel Issues/Legal Issues

Superintendent’s Office

06/08/16 6:30 PM FULL BOARD-Personnel Issues/Legal Issues

Superintendent’s Office


SPECIAL BOARD MEETING/PUBLIC WORK SESSION/AGENDA SETTING/COMMITEE

MEETINGS:

Date: Time:

06/01/16 6:30 PM School Safety Committee Meeting

J. D. Orr Board Room/Parker D. Baker Building

06/13/16 7:00 PM Special Board Meeting

J. D. Orr Board Room/Parker D. Baker Building

06/21/16 6:30 PM School Safety Committee Meeting

J. D. Orr Board Room/Parker D. Baker Building

06/22/16 6:30 PM Public Work Session/Agenda Setting Meeting

J. D. Orr Board Room/Parker D. Baker Building

ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS:



  • Source4Teachers – Mr. Jeff Hite provided presentation to Board.

Discussion ensued regarding fill rate, automated communication after an approved assignment accepted, multi-district pins activated, 42 active substitutes, fill rate comparable to other similarly sized districts, plan to increase substitute fill rates, providing additional substitute staff, listing provided of substitutes/days worked and long-term substitute positions filled by Source4Teachers.

REMARKS BY VISITORS: Visitors are welcome to comment on any agenda items at this time, provided it is understood that all remarks from the floor are subject to the same parliamentary procedure followed by the Board under the direction of the president. Discussion from the floor will not be entertained while action is being taken on agenda items by the Board. Completed forms (blue forms for agenda items) will be collected for district records and will be used by the president in recognizing each speaker.


Mr. Jorn Jenson RE: PSERS Funding Issues

103 Val Jo Drive

West Leechburg, PA 15656
Previous Board Member, shared current “Leader Times” sheriff sale sheet-43 properties for sale, currently graduating 56 students, attend last class (1970) at Arnold High School with 112 graduates prior to merging with New Kensington. Total 800 District students, $16,500 cost per student, $14,000 cost per student at Lenape, steel mills closed, residents moving to find work, lessened student opportunities, fiduciary responsibility, emotion decisions to keep open, close and merge. Closed West Leechburg and Gilpin Elementary schools when on Board 1970s. No tax should have the power to force people out of their home. Presented George Hunter, Carlington Board member, statement: 60% of all tax monies to PSERS, PSERS working against teacher retirements, 30 years at 80%, 40 years at 100%, PSERS retirement disincentive and 30% increase in PSERS contribution.
UNFINISHED BUSINESS:


  1. CURRICULUM ISSUES:

  1. Mrs. Hamm made a motion, seconded by Mr. Shea to remove from the table and approve the recommended Graduation Requirements beginning with the 2016-2017 school year (Class of 2020) as presented in (Exhibit UBA1).

Board thanked Mrs. Jolynn Young for valuable presentation last week, brought great light to issue.


Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.
NEW BUSINESS:


  1. PERSONNEL:

  1. Ms. Richards made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Yurjevich to approve a request from Mrs. Jennifer Turner for a Leave of Absence from Work pursuant to the Family Medical Leave Act for the purpose of childbearing/childrearing beginning on or about August 22, 2016 with an anticipated return to work on October 3, 2016.

Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.




  1. Mrs. Hamm made a motion, seconded by Mr. Michadick to approve a request from Mrs. Erin Hettrich for a Leave of Absence from Work pursuant to the Family Medical Leave Act for the purpose of childbearing/childrearing beginning on or about August 22, 2016 with an anticipated return to work on December 1, 2016.

Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.




  1. Mrs. Yurjevich made a motion, seconded by Ms. Richards to ratify a request from Ms. Amy Nulph for a Leave of Absence from Work pursuant to the Family Medical Leave Act beginning on or about June 27, 2016 with an anticipated return to work on September 20, 2016.

Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.




  1. Mr. Michadick made a motion, seconded by Ms. Richards to approve an additional three (3) days of summer employment for Ms. Paula Moran, High School Librarian, to complete necessary duties pertaining to her annual scope of work in the High School Library as presented in (Exhibit A4).

Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.




  1. Mrs. Yurjevich made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Hamm to hire Eve Hebrank to the position of Middle School-Junior High Mathematics Teacher at the appropriate Step of the Leechburg Education Association Collective Bargaining Agreement effective the beginning of the 2016-2017 school term and subject to receipt of all required clearances.

Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.




  1. Mrs. Hamm made a motion, seconded by Ms. Richards to approve the following Supplemental positions, subject to receipt of all required clearances:




Name

Position

David Lovelace

Basketball Girls’ Varsity Assistant JV Coach

Ernie Sipolino

Basketball Girls’ 7&8 Grade Coach

Damian Davies

Volunteer Basketball Girls’ Varsity and JV Coach

Melissa Jones

Volunteer Basketball Girls Coach -All Levels

Eric Kubla

Volunteer Basketball Girls Coach -Elementary and Junior High

Tabled

Basketball Boys’ Varsity Assistant JV Coach

Tabled

Volunteer Basketball Boys’ Varsity and JV Coach

Tricia Shank

Chess Club Sponsor

Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

Tabled - Basketball Boys’ Varsity Assistant JB Coach and Volunteer Basketball Boys’ Varsity and JV Coach

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.


  1. Mrs. Yurjevich made a motion, seconded by Ms. Richards to approve the following Returning Substitute positions for the 2016-2017 school term, subject to receipt of all required clearances:




Name

Position

Kevin Williams

Custodial Substitute

Jason Wensel

Custodial Substitute

Samantha Schaeffer

Custodial Substitute

Samantha Gamble

Cafeteria Substitute

Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.




  1. Mr. Shea made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Hamm to authorize the administration to enter into a one-year Agreement with Source4Teachers for provision of substitute placement services effective July 1, 2016 as presented in (Exhibit A7).

Discussion ensued regarding previous school year, working together to increase fill rate, saved district money and appreciate increased attention to District in coming year.


Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.


  1. Mrs. Hamm made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Yurjevich to ratify the salary of $350.00 per day for the temporary position of Acting K-12 Assistant Principal effective June 14, 2016.

Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.




  1. FINANCE:

  1. Mr. Shea made a motion, seconded by Mr. Michadick to approve the Leechburg Area School District Final General Fund Operating Budget and related schedules for the 2016-2017 school year in the amount of $13,829,247.

Discussion ensued regarding increase within Act 1 index, continuing to improve and succeed, not considering merger at that this, era of stability and build on great foundation and great offerings.


Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.


  1. Mrs. Hamm made a motion, seconded by Mr. Shea to approve the following Real Estate Taxation Method and the Appropriate Real Estate Millage and other tax levies as follows:



PROPOSED TAX LEVIES

  1. Real Estate Taxes

RESOLVED, that the Board of School Directors of the Leechburg Area School District set millage for the 2016-2017 school year at 75.07 mills for real estate in Armstrong County and 126.61 mills for real estate in Westmoreland County. The rate of taxation is .7507 on each one hundred dollars of assessed valuation of taxable real estate in Armstrong County and 1.2661 on each one hundred dollars of assessed valuation of taxable real estate in Westmoreland County.



  1. Earned Income Tax

RESOLVED, that the Board of School Directors of the Leechburg Area School District readopt without change, the 1963 resolution as reenacted in 1969, imposing a tax of one-half (1/2) of one percent on salaries, wages, commissions and other compensation earned by residents of Gilpin Township, Leechburg Borough and West Leechburg Borough and one-half (1/2) of one percent of net profits earned by businesses, professions, and other activities conducted by the residents of Gilpin Township, Leechburg Borough and West Leechburg Borough.


  1. Real Estate Transfer Tax

RESOLVED, that the Board of School Directors of the Leechburg Area School District readopt without change, the January 21, 1987 resolution No 1.00, imposing a tax of one percent of the true value of consideration for each and every transfer of real estate or interest in real estate situated within the boundaries of the Leechburg Area School District, Armstrong and Westmoreland Counties, PA, regardless of where the documents making the transfer took place, for the purpose of providing sufficient funds for general school district purposes, with the exception of Leechburg Borough and Gilpin Township in Armstrong County and West Leechburg Borough in Westmoreland County, whereas one-half (1/2) of one percent will be utilized by the School District.
(4) Emergency & Municipal Services Tax (formerly Occupation Privilege Tax)

RESOLVED, that the Board of School Directors of the Leechburg Area School District readopt without change, the 1966 Resolution as reenacted in each year thereafter assessing a tax of ten dollars ($10.00) on all persons gainfully employed in Gilpin Township, Leechburg Borough and West Leechburg Borough, said tax to be known as the Occupation Privilege Tax.
Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.


  1. Mrs. Yujevich made a motion, seconded by Mr. Shea to authorize the Consultant Business Manager to make the necessary budgetary transfers to close the 2015-2016 school year budget.

Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.




  1. Mr. Shea made a motion, seconded by Mr. Michadick to approve RESOLUTION 2015-2016-10 regarding the 2016 Homestead/Farmstead Exclusion Act as presented in (Exhibit B4).

Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.




  1. Mrs. Hamm made a motion, seconded by Mr. Shea to set the Administrative Salaries for the 2016-2017 school term (Exhibit B5).

Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.




  1. Mr. Shea made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Hamm to have the secretary cast the ballot for approval of the Lenape Technical School Budget for the 2016-2017 school term in the amount of $8,587,135 (Reference Lenape Technical School Budget Booklet presented to each Board member).

Discussion ensued regarding Lenape budget, slightly reduced from last year, additional students this year, cost spikes in 2017-2018 school term with increasing Lenape tuition of 75% for half-time Leechburg students and 10th grade students tuition waived.


Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.


  1. Mrs. Hamm made a motion, seconded by Ms. Richards to approve the secretary casting the ballots for appointment of Mr. Dan Lucovich as JOC Treasurer for a one-year term effective July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017 (Exhibit B7).

Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.




  1. Mrs. Yurjevich made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Hamm to table approve the recommendation of the Administration for the Annual Performance Review and Evaluation of the following Professional/At-Will Service Providers:



Voice Vote – Motion Tabled.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.




  1. Mrs. Yurjevich made a motion, seconded by Ms. Richards to approve the Agreement with the Children’s Institute for provision of approved Extended School Year Services for the period of June 29, 2016 through July 27, 2016 as presented in (Exhibit B9).

Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.




  1. Mrs. Yurjevich made a motion, seconded by Ms. Richards to approve the payment of five (5) unused 2015-2016 vacation days to Mr. Mark George per the Act 93 Agreement.

Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.


  1. Mrs. Hamm made a motion, seconded by Mr. Shea to approve the MHY Family Services Agreement for provision of Private Academic School Student Placement Services at Longmore Academy for the 2016-2017 school year as presented in (Exhibit B11).

Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.


  1. Mrs. Yurjevich made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Hamm to approve the Agreement with NHS Pennsylvania School for provision of educational services to children with autism and/or emotional disturbance for the 2016-2017 school term as presented in (Exhibit B12).

Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.




  1. Ms. Richards made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Hamm to approve the 2016-2017 Pennsylvania Department of Education Approved Drivers Education Program End of Course Skills Behind The Wheel Test (EOSCT), which consists of thirty (30) hours of theory and six (6) hours of behind the wheel instruction in the District’s approved Test Route as presented in (Exhibit B13).

Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.




  1. Mr. Shea made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Hamm to approve the 2016-2017 University of Pittsburgh Tri-State School Study Council Membership Dues in the amount of $600.00.

Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.




  1. Mr. Shea made a motion, seconded by Ms. Richards to acknowledge receipt of the following Financial Reports and to approve the expenditures specifically set forth therein:

Cash Receipts - (Exhibit B15)

Tax Collectors’ Report - (Exhibit B16)

List of Bills - (Exhibit B17)

Treasurer’s Report - (Exhibit B18)

Revenue Detail Report - (Exhibit B19)

Monthly Expenditure Report - (Exhibit B20)

ACCESS Report - (Exhibit B21)

Budgetary Transfers Report - (Exhibit B22)
Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.



Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.
Mr. Shea made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Yurjevich to combine and approve Fundraising, Use of Facilities and Disposal of Equipment Requests:


  1. FUNDRAISING REQUESTS:

  1. A motion is needed to ratify/approve the following Fundraising Requests as presented in (Exhibit C1):

#

REQUESTOR(S)

ON BEHALF

PURPOSE/LOCATIONS

DATE(S)

1

Lynnea Riddle

Leechburg Color Guard

Car Wash at Auto Zone, Leechburg, PA

07/16/16

2

Lynnea Riddle and Rob Reams

Leechburg Color Guard

Tag Day, Leechburg Community

07/17/16

3

Lynnea Riddle and Rob Reams

Leechburg Color Guard

Go Fund Me Account

06/18/16-07/18/16

4

Lynnea Riddle and Rob Reams

Leechburg Color Guard

Thirty One Catalog and Online Sale

07/01/16-07/30/16




  1. USE OF FACILITIES REQUESTS:

  1. A motion is needed to ratify/approve the following Use of Facilities Requests as presented in (Exhibit D1):

#

REQUESTOR(S)

ON BEHALF

PURPOSE/LOCATIONS

DATE(S)

1

Sonya Heasley

Leechburg Public Library

Summer Reading-Pre-K Story Times and STEAM Programs, Leechburg Library

06/23/16, 06/30/16, 07/07/16, 07/14/16, 07/21/16, 08/04/16

2

Sonya Heasley

Leechburg Public Library

Movie Nights for Children (Summer Reading), Leechburg Library

07/12/16 and 08/02/16

E. DISPOSAL OF EQUIPMENT REQUESTS:

1. A motion is needed to approve the following Disposal of Equipment Requests as presented in (Exhibit E1):


  • Frank Ippolito – Unusable/Outdated Textbooks

  • Emily King – Broken/Unusable Chair/AV Receiver/VCR Player

  • Jeff Zelonka – Unusable/Outdated Textbooks

Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.




  1. LEGISLATIVE ISSUES:

  1. Mrs. Hamm made a motion, seconded by Mr. Shea to table approve the Second Reading the following policies for the School District Policy Manual:




SECOND READING: (Exhibit F1)

Policy 218.4 – Metal/Weapon Detection System/Devices

Policy 226.1 – Weapon Scanning Devices


Discussion ensued regarding School Safety Committee, commended committee participants and ensuring compliance with policies for beginning of next school year, with everything in place.


Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.


  1. BOARD RELATED ISSUES:

  1. Mr. Shea made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Hamm to nominate and appoint Mrs. Kathryn Vargo and Ms. Jean Stull as the Voting Delegates at the PSBA Legislative Policy Council Meeting to be held on October 15, 2016 during the School Leadership Conference in Hershey, Pennsylvania as presented in (Exhibit G1).

Mr. Shea nominated Mrs. Kathy Vargo

Mrs. Hamm nominated Ms. Jean Stull
Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.


  1. Mr. Shea made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Yurjevich to approve RESOLUTION 2015-2016-11 regarding authority of Ms. Tiffany Nix, Superintendent, to electronically sign (E-sign) any and all contracts, agreements, grants and/or licenses with the Pennsylvania Department of Education effective July 1, 2016, as presented in (Exhibit G2).

Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.


OLD BUSINESS: None
COMMUNICATIONS: None
OTHER: None

ADDENDUM TO AGENDA:



  1. PERSONNEL:

  1. Mr. Shea made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Hamm to accept the resignation of Mrs. Emily King from the positions of Chorus Teacher, Choir Director, Split Stage Manager and Drama Club Advisor effective the 2016-2017 school term as presented in (Exhibit AA1).

Board approved resignation with regret and noted musicals were wonderful and Leechburg is a very special place with very special people.


Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.


  1. Mr. Shea made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Yujervich to amend the February 17, 2016 motion to hire Ms. Taylor Pollick to the position of Pre-K Counts Teacher at Step I of the LEA Collective Bargaining Agreement contingent upon receipt and continued funding from the Pennsylvania Department of Education. Per the LEA collective Bargaining Agreement. Additionally, notification is given sixty (60) days prior for furlough effective date of June 3, 2016.

Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.




  1. FINANCE:

  1. Mrs. Hamm made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Yurjevich to accept and approve disbursement of the 2016-2017 Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program (FFVP) Grant Award in the amount of $1,080 for the Family Counseling/CAP Program per the FFVP 2016-2017 Addendum to Policy Statement/Agreement (Exhibit AB1).

Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.




  1. Mr. Shea made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Yurjevich to ratify the Pace School Agreement for provision of Extended School Year Program Services as presented in (Exhibit AB2).

Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.




  1. GIFTS/GRANTS/DONATIONS:

  1. Mrs. Yurjevich made a motion, seconded by Mr. Shea to ratify acceptance the donation of one (1) metal detection wand from Allied Barton Security Services for use in the District beginning with the 2016-2017 school term.

Board thanked Ms. Marcia Cole, a District parent, for making this donation possible.


Voice Vote – Motion Carried.

All Ayes.

Mr. Brady, Ms. Stull and Mrs. Vargo were absent.

REMARKS BY VISITORS ON ITEMS NOT INCLUDED ON THE AGENDA (OPEN FORUM): Visitors are welcome to make comments relating to topics not covered on the agenda, within reasonable limits of time, and under the rules pertaining to parliamentary procedure as provided in the district policy. Completed forms (white forms for non-agenda items) will be collected for district records and will be used by the president in recognizing each speaker.


Nathan Ruane RE: Support for Faculty

706 State Route 66

Leechburg, PA 15656
Spoke in support of Ms. Ferretti, one of best teachers in District. Provided examples of how Ms. Ferretti assisted educationally in classroom, bullying experienced and support provided and math tutoring to support him educationally. Ms. Ferretti is a friend as well as a teacher.
Patty Osborne

111 Fir Drive

Apollo, PA 15656
Provided information regarding previous speaker’s PSERS and merger discussions this evening, teachers not letting kids down here, great opportunities, great teachers, courses offered, kids not missing out, every educational opportunity being provided to our students, taxes are inevitable and getting a lot for taxes paid into the district. During Awards Assembly at end of school year, 31 organizations provided $283,000 to 50 kids in scholarships. If you think our kids are not getting opportunities you’re wrong. PSERS issue, article in paper, “Valley News Dispatch” letter to editor mentioned average $25,000 teacher pension, no full pension after 30 years, full pension after 35 years, after 40 years of service teacher reaches top of salary schedule, 16 steps and receives same amount as teacher with 16 years of service, more experienced teachers have a lot to give, to mentor new teachers, time available to do clubs and assist students. Previous ten year holiday on pension system for District, over 100% funded previously but teachers continued to paid into it.
Ms. Pam Broglio and Ms. Sonya Heasley – Leechburg Public Library Update
Ms. Heasley and Ms. Broglio, Board of Trustees President, reported on Public Library 501c3, setting policies, mission statement, grant pursuits, summer reading, movie night, book sale ($5 per bag) until 7/14/16, overdrive books, media books, animated books, 60 different language resources, TARK testing and educational resource center for SAT and scholarship information available. Requested permission to open Public Library on Saturdays and recommended submitting letter to Ms. Nix, Superintendent. Board requested placement of activities on District Website and sharing Public Library Activity Flyers with classrooms through Ms. Nix.
ADJOURNED: On a motion by Mr. Shea, seconded by Mrs. Yurjevich the June 29, 2016 Regular Monthly Board Meeting adjourned at 8:52 PM.
Respectfully submitted,

Patricia R. Camp



Board Secretary
The Board entered into Executive Session at 8:52 PM to discuss personnel issues.



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