Raymond Central Public Schools Board of Education Regular Meeting

Wednesday, August 15, 2018 at 6:30 PM

1800 West Agnew Road

Raymond, NE 68428-9783

Present: Scott Black, Matt Blanchard, Harriet Gould, Lori Springer, Susan Urbom, Absent: Brad Breitkreutz. Also attending were Dr. Derrick Joel, Superintendent; Kolin Haecker, Secondary Principal; Shelly Dostal, Valparaiso Elementary Principal; and Ann Egr, Ceresco Elementary Principal.

President Gould called the meeting to order at 6:31 p.m. and the Pledge of Allegiance was said.

Motion by Black, second by Urbom to excuse the absence of Brad Breitkreutz for personal reasons. RCV 5-0. Motion carried.

Motion by Black, second by Urbom to approve the Consent Agenda as presented, regular meeting minutes of July 11, 2018, special meeting minutes of July 17, 2018 and the July Financial Statement as presented. RCV 5-0. Motion carried.

Peyton Taylor will represent the student body as the 2018-19 Student Board Member. Appreciation was extended to Chris Dickey for his work on Student Activity Involvement numbers. Laura Hill presented a slide show of photos/highlights from the student trip to Spain this summer. A special thank you to the entire custodial crew for working together and completing all the summer work.

The Curriculum Committee met with administrators to review the new Science Standards adopted by the Nebraska Department of Educa-tion.

Data collected from the 2017-18 preschool class, Teaching Strategies GOLD, was also shared with the Board.

The School Improvement Team and administrators made adjustments to the PRIDE Evaluation document to support the changes we have made in classroom instruction and our shift to differentiation.

Our two new 71 passenger buses arrived on Monday. During winter break, we are looking at replacing all the old radios with new digital radios to allow for non-interrupted communication between buses and the high school.

We have two teachers (one at each elementary) who are going to pilot flexible seating in their classrooms. Thanks to REAP dollars, we will be able to purchase different tables, chairs, etc... I am excited to see students learn in these new spaces! New REAP money for the 2018-2019 school year is $37,697.

Our new website is almost up and running. Thanks to Ms. Bastian for her work with this. Mr. Marsh did a great job supporting, but also setting up our new credit card payment system.

Allie Bastian has been working hard to transition us to the new RC website. We are running a few days behind, however, it should be up and running next week. The credit card payment option should also be working by then.

An update on the Raymond Central Crisis and Safety Protocol was given. Deputy Piitz provided training with teachers on Tuesday in regards to the new I Love You Guys Framework. The next step will be to train our students district-wide and the remainder of our staff. We are in the final process of completing our guide that will be available for staff online or print.

Motion by Urbom, second by Springer to purchase a new Chevy Suburban in the amount of $42,433.00 to replace the old blue minivan. RCV 5-0. Motion carried.

Motion by Black, second by Springer to approve the district’s annual insurance policy premium from EMC for $110,493.00. RCV 5-0. Motion carried.

Motion by Gould, second by Black to approve the resignation of Cindra Jensen as Preschool Para. RCV 5-0. Motion carried.

Motion by Springer, second by Urbom to approve the appointment of Haylee Kremer as Preschool Para, Step 1. RCV 5-0. Motion carried.

Motion by Urbom, second by Springer to approve Marisa Garver, Kali Walling, Kevin Kennedy and Alex Stocker as substitute teachers. RCV 5-0. Motion 5-0.

Motion by Black, second by Springer to approve the following items as surplus: 2 tables from the Ceresco Art room, one rolling table, two X Canon Fax Machine/two boxes of toner, and some old chairs from each of the elementary building sites. RCV 5-0. Motion carried.

Motion by Black, second by Springer to approve the purchase of Lot 22 SE ¼ Section 9-12-16 (67 Acres) and authorize Superintendent Joel to sign all necessary documents. RCV 5-0. Motion carried.

Motion by Springer, second by Urbom to approve the updated Procurement Policy 3131 for our breakfast and lunch program. RCV 5-0. Motion carried.

Motion by Urbom, second by Springer to approve the Cell Phone Policy within the 2018-2019 Elementary/Secondary Student/Parent Handbooks leaving the use of electronic devices at the discretion of each teacher. RCV 5-0. Motion carried.

Motion by Gould, second by Black to approve the Nebraska State Board of Education new science standards which were approved in 2017, to be implemented at Raymond Central Schools. RCV 5-0. Motion carried.

Motion by Urbom, second by Black to approve the 2018-19 Activity Handbook as presented. RCV 5-0. Motion carried.

Motion by Black, second by Springer to hold the hearing for the 2018-19 budget summary and to set the system wide tax request on Wednesday, September 12, 2018 at 6:30 PM in the Swing Classroom #108 at the Jr-Sr High School. RCV 5-0. Motion carried.

Motion by Urbom, second by Springer to approve the next regular Board of Education Meeting as Wednesday, September 12, 2018 following the Budget and Tax Request Hearing. RCV 5-0. Motion carried.

Motion by Springer, second by Urbom to adjourn the meeting at 8:01 PM. RCV 5-0. Motion carried.

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