A-C Central Community Unified School District 262 Board of Education met Sept. 18.
Here is the minutes provided by the board:
V. Todd Jokisch
Others present: Superintendent - Tim Page; Principals - Deb Rogers, Candi Shaver; Technology - A-CCEA – Spencer Laughlin, Liz Klauzer; Citizens – Amy Allen; Parents -Lisa Thaxton, Klint Thaxton, Brant Privia, Tom Allen, Leigh Ann Allen; Students – Jayce Privia, Julianna Allen; Other - Media Michael Kloppenburg; Unit Staff - Ann Henry.
The meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. with all members present.
DeFord/Fanning - Motion to approve the proposed agenda as presented. Voice vote: All members present voted aye. Motion carried.
Recognition of Visitors and Guests
V. Todd Jokisch welcomed everyone to the board meeting.
Executive Session (Exception 1 & 9)
DeFord/Cuba - Motion to go into Executive Session at 7:03 p.m. in accordance with State Statute to discuss the following:
• The appointment, employment, compensation, discipline, performance, or dismissal of specific employees of the District.
• Student discipline
Roll call: All members present voted aye. Motion carried.
Return to Open Session
DeFord/Petefish – Motion to come out of executive session at 8:22 p.m, and to approve and seal the minutes of this executive session. Voice vote: All members present voted aye. Motion carried.
Approval of Minutes of Regular Meeting on August 20, 2019
Approval of Treasurer's Report
Approval of Activity Fund Reports
Approval of Board Bills for an amount of $84,257.22
Approval of June & July Journal Entries
• MS Cheerleading Coach – Trisha Iaienarro
• MS Cheerleading Coach - Mallory Cain
Cuba DeFord - Motion to approve, Minutes of Regular Meeting on August 20, 2019, Treasurer's Report, Activity Fund Reports, Board Bills for an amount of $84,267.22, Approval of June & July Journal Entries, and Personnel Report. Roll call vote: All members present voted aye. Motion carried.
Building updates - The gym roof has passed the "pull test” and next they will actually do the roof work. The septic field has yet to leak, locker rooms are all but done, camera/door install work has begun. Mr. Page has asked for them to add 2 doors to the MS/HS system and they are doing those at cost because they are late in doing their work. Next month Kevin Handy will be here to discuss long terin building options.
Springfield - There is PTELL discuss again as a part of a package deal with forced consolidation to try and sell the progressive income tax.
Elementary Report - The Elementary laminator is over 10 years old and on its last leg. Petefish Skiles donated $600, West Central Bank donated $100, Cass Communicationis donated $200 which will go towards the purchase of a new laminator. The total cost will roughly be $1800. Elementary bus drills have been completed. Vision and Hearing screening will be September 25, provided by the Morgan County Health Dept. We are in dire need of substitute teachers. If you have 60 college hours or a 2-year degree you can obtain a sub certificate.
MS/HS Report – The new phone system has been installed and a few issues are being addressed. The new camera system is currently being installed. The sound system in the gym is currently non-functional. Window repairs in the gym will start soon. We need a board member for the handbook committee. Mrs. Shaver has listed past and upcoming dates for trainings and meetings.
Technology Report -The Taylorville school district once again was kind enough to donate computers to A-C. We also received 2 mobile carts from them as well. The carts will be used at the Elementary. Senergy has begun the wiring of the Ashland campus for the new security cameras. Luckily, we will be able to keep the current system in place until the new system comes online,
FY20 Budget - Again, the plan is to put more revenue in fund 20 and 40, and less in education for purposes of negotiations and shoring up those 2 accounts so we don't have to transfer money in the future.
Cuba/Petefish - Motion to approve the FY20 budget as presented. Roll call: All members present voted aye. Motion carried.
Chimney Demo – This has been tabled again until the October meeting,
Cuba/DeFord - Motion to table the Chimney Demo until the October meeting. Roll call: All members present voted aye. Motion carried.
Annual Financial Report - Robin Yockey will be here in October. Due to an unforeseen emergency she could not make it tonight.
Out of State Field Trips - Seniors who completed their “Project Me" binders and service hours at the end of their Junior year went to St. Louis today. The choir plans to go see "Wicked" at the Fox Theater in St. Louis on December 14, and the FFA plans on attending the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis Oct. 29. Nov. 1.
Cuba/DeFord - Motion to approve all Out Of State field trips as presented. Roll call: All members present voted aye. Motion carried.
Workman's Comp/Commercial Insurance – The insurance quote was placed at the table for the board. Our blanket limit increased from 21.7 million to 22.4 million. Workers Comp. rates decreased from the renewal but our experienced modification rating increased from 0.84 to 1.03. So our overall increase for Workers Comp. and Commercial insurance is $2,586.00.
Cuba/Knapp - Motion to approve the Workers Comp./Commercial Insurance as presented. Roll call: All members present voted aye. Motion carried.
Adjourn Cuba/DeFord - Motion-to-adjourn the meeting at 8:57 pm. All members present voted. aye. Motion carried.