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The regular meeting of the Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology Joint Operating Committee was held in the Conference Room of the Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology at 540 North Harrison Road, Pleasant Gap, Pennsylvania on Monday, December 10, 2012.

Present were:

Committee Members: Mr. Henry Yeagley

Mr. Charles Aikens

Mr. Keith Hamilton

Ms. Melissa Krum

Mr. Jeffrey Turner

Mr. Daniel Fisher, Superintendent of Record

Mr. David Van Buskirk, non-voting Secretary

Mrs. Theresa Brickley, non-voting Recording Secretary


Staff Members: Dr. Richard C. Makin

Mr. Todd Taylor

Mrs. MaryAnn Volders

Dr. Scott Etter, Solicitor

Faculty Members: Mr. Timothy Beckenbaugh

Guests: None Present

Mr. Yeagley called the regular meeting to order at 6:30 p.m.
Roll was called: Mr. Yeagley, Mr. Aikens, Mr. Hamilton, and Mr. Turner were present. Ms. Krum arrived at 6:31 p.m.

Reorganization:

The Joint Operating Committee must elect a Chariman and a Vice-Chairman to serve for 2013.

Mr. Yeagley requested Mr. Hamilton to lead the organizational meeting. Mr. Hamilton opened nominations for Chairman.

Mr. Aikens moved, seconded by Mr. Turner to retain Mr. Yeagley as Chairman.

Mr. Turner moved seconded by Mr. Aikens to close the nomination.

A nomination was made and seconded and there were no other nominations. All votes were cast unanimously for the nomination. Motion carried. Mr. Yeagley was declared Chairman.

Mr. Yeagley opened the nominations for Vice-Chairman.

Mr. Yeagley moved, seconded by Mr. Hamilton to retain Mr. Turner as Vice-Chairman.

Mr. Hamilton moved, seconded by Mr. Aikens to close the nomination.


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A nomination was made and seconded and there were no other nominations. All votes were cast unanimously for the nomination. Motion carried. Mr. Turner was declared Vice-Chairman.

Mr. Yeagley introduced Mr. Beckenbaugh. Mr. Beckenbaugh did not have a presentation.

Mr. Turner moved, seconded by Mr. Aikens approval of the minutes of the regular meeting held on November 19, 2012. Motion carried.

Mr. Turner moved, seconded by Mr. Aikens approval of the Treasurer’s reports to be filed for audit and approval of the prepaid and current bills as presented.

Roll call vote as follows:

Mr. Hamilton yes Mr. Aikens yes

Mr. Turner yes Mr. Yeagley yes

Ms. Krum yes


Motion carried.
Mr. Fisher left the meeting at 7:00 p.m.
Old Business:
New Business:
Director of Secondary Education:
Mrs. Volders reported that the Dale Carnegie class graduation will be held on December 14, 2012 and approximately 18 students will graduate, Mr. Van Buskirk is in this year’s class; 8th & 9th grade tours will be held as follows, Penns Valley – February 7, Bellefonte – February 8 & 11, Bald Eagle – February 20; the Chapter 339 approved Program Evaluation resulted in four corrective actions down from 23 in 2007, the four areas were safety curriculum/lessons, OAC/industry support, utilization of local assessments and over-enrollment in the Medical Science program; and upcoming events include a guidance luncheon on December 13, faculty and staff luncheon on December 21 and the holiday break is December 22 - January 1, 2013.

Director of Adult and Post-Secondary Education:


Mr. Taylor reported that the private licensed school application was delivered to the PA Department of Education on December 5, 2012 then it will go under review and we will have a hearing in front of their board in February; we have experienced delays in drawing down financial aid for our adult programs and we are working with an outside vendor to assist with the process and we are conducting a review of the financial aid operations to determine if changes/improvements need to be implemented; and the Centre County Commissioners have indicated a desire to allocate $50,000 of Act 13 (natural gas impact fees) to “incentivize” emergency responders to train at the Centre County Public Safety Training Center.

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Director of Business and Development:
Mr. Van Buskirk reported that there are two RACP reimbursement requests submitted for the Transportation Training Center (TTC) and a third request will be submitted soon, we will begin to draw down remaining balances on AA bonds; the Futures In Motion campaign continues to progress, prospects from Graymont will be visiting this coming Wednesday, we currently have over $1 million in pledges and two in kind donations, Morefield Communications donated $10,000 in CISCO switches and Keystone Inspection gave a $15,000 discount on inspection fees; and the health care trust agreement was approved on Friday and the consultant has been given charge to find other schools to join the trust.
Superintendent of Record:
Mr. Fisher spoke of his concerns regarding secondary enrollment, funding and possible curtailment of adult funding and that we should develop contingency plans in case this would happen.
Mr. Fisher left the meeting at 7:00 p.m.
President:
Dr. Makin reported that he is confident that we are on the right track to rectify the financial aid situation and recommendations will be presented in January; he is disappointed in two of the recommendations that came back on the approved program evaluation and that a call has been made to PDE to question a couple of the corrective actions; Mr. Villelo could not be here tonight but we are on schedule with construction of the Transportation Training Center, the exterior block work has been progressing, concrete work has begun, structured insulated panels will arrive soon, steel is going up, the RACP project officer is pleased and we are incompliance; the Festival of Trees was a wonderful production and was a great PR activity for CPI; the recruitment committee has done a lot of good work and it is time to put ideas in place, a new program guide is under development; we have made a conservative push on print media and have had about 50 items appear in local media recently; ideas were given to the Superintendents on ways they can help improve CPI enrollment; 8th and 9th grade tours are coming in February and we are looking at changing the layout of the tours so we can catch the attention of the students; we have been using Facebook and our number of views have recently doubled; and we are working to resolve an Adult Education civil rights complaint before it gets into an investigative stage.
Mr. Aikens moved, seconded by Mr. Turner, approval of the following dates for the regular meeting of the Joint Operating Committee for 2013: January 14, February 11, March 11, April 8, May 13, June 10, July 8 (if needed), August 12, September 9, October 14, November 11, December 9 and to change the time of the meetings to 6:00 p.m.; approval of a field trip for the Horticulture/Landscaping and Culinary Arts programs to the Pennsylvania Farm Show on January 11, 2013; approval of Mr. Dennis Hampton as Treasurer of the Joint Operating Committee for the 2012-2013 school year; approval of Mr. Brian Grove as the Diesel Repair Technology Adult Instructor at his current compensation as secondary instructor and approval to hire Mr. Orie Hanley, III as a Substitute Instructor at a daily rate of $85.00 pending acts 34, 114 and 151 clearances are received.

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Roll call vote as follows:
Mr. Aikens yes Mr. Turner yes

Mr. Yeagley yes Mr. Hamilton yes

Ms. Krum yes
Motion carried.
Mr. Yeagley moved, seconded by Mr. Aikens approval to enter into a 60 month agreement with WPS, Inc. for all CPI copiers and printers at a cost of .0205 cents per black impression and .07 cents per color impression inclusive of equipment, toner, service and parts.
Roll call vote as follows:
Mr. Aikens yes Mr. Yeagley yes

Ms. Krum yes Mr. Turner yes

Mr. Hamilton yes
Motion carried.
Mr. Hamilton moved, seconded by Mr. Aikens to adjourn.
At 7:40 p.m. Mr. Yeagley adjourned the meeting.

Secretary



Recording Secretary

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