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December 15, 2003

RICH TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT 227

 

MINUTES

BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING

MONDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2003

 

 

The Board of Education of Rich Township High School District 227 met on Monday,

December 15, 2003, in the Media Center at Rich Central High School, Olympia Fields, Illinois.

 

Mrs. Owens called the meeting to order at 7:35 p.m. and requested a roll call.

 

Present: Brunson, Burnette (7:40 p.m.), Cohn, Jasinevicius, Lohr, Norwood, Owens

 

Also Present: Dr. Knutson, Mr. Tandy, Mr. Cahill, Ms. Panega, Mrs. Treichel, Ms. Moore, Mr. Bernier, Mr. Nugent, Mr. Long, Ms. Westlund, Ms. Douglass, Mr. Kirkman, Mr. Koepke, Ms. Krapf, Ms. Blood, Mr. Holmes, Ms. Rich, Ms. Bradford, Ms. Miller, Ms. Moten, Mr. Benney, Ms. Argue, Mr. Schmidt, Ms. Towery, Mr. Kaufmann, Mr. Griffy, Mr. Tarka, Mr. Misch, Ms. Hicks, Ms. O’Hara, Ms. Aguirre, Ms. Garvick, Mr. Greenberg, Mr. Bartling, Mr. Spielbauer, Mr. Wayne, Mr. Goranson, Ms. Creamean, Ms. Doughney, Ms. Dickey, Ms. Tyler, Ms. Elliott-Mace, Mr. Mace, Mr. Schmeski, Ms. Regalado, Mr. Veazey, Ms. Spoolstra, Ms. Spann, Ms. Johnson, Mr. Zipprich, Ms. Epstein, Ms. Franklin, Ms. Pawluk, Ms. Kriechbaum, Ms. Dunn, Ms. Sowles, Mr. McAlister, Ms. Marron, Ms. Ebben, Ms. Benard, Ms. Dinwiddie, Ms. Taylor, Ms. Stadt, Mr. Woods, Mr. Horvath, Mr. Irwin, Ms. Moore, Mr. Moore, Mr. Marturano, Mr. Wirta, Ms. Jones, Mr. Blomarz, Ms. Morgan, Ms. Schweiger, Ms. Wright, Mr. Jacobeit, Ms. Stovall-Henderson, Ms. Farr, Ms. Jarmon, Ms. Davis, Ms. Smith-Herron, Mr. McLaughlin, Ms. High, Mr. Zulich, Ms. Bernardi-Zajac, Ms. Roach, Ms. Brookins, Mr. Pfau, Mr. Pipilios, Mr. Basa, Mr. Thompson, Ms. Mayer, Ms. Crapps, Mr. Young, Ms. Farr, Ms. Burd, Ms. Knox, Mr. Cohn, Ms. Cohn, Mrs. Martin, Dr. McDonald, Dr. Kirkwood, Mr. Rabold, and student representatives Dominique Thomas (alternate Rich East), Christian Smith (alternate Phoenix Campus), Bryan Davis (Rich Central), and Jasmin Donnelly (Rich South).

 

 

Approval of Consent Agenda

 

Mrs. Owens requested a motion to approve the consent agenda.  Mrs. Lohr moved and Mr. Cohn seconded the following:

 

(04-58)            It is moved that the Board of Education approve the consent agenda items as listed:

 

a.         Approval of minutes of the Policy Committee meeting of November 10, 2003, the Special Meeting and Closed Session of November 10, 2003, the Committee of the Whole Meeting of November 12, 2003, the Budget and Finance Committee Meeting of November 17, 2003, the regular

 

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Board Meeting and Closed Session of November 17, 2003, the Education Committee Meeting of December 1, 2003, and the Special Meeting and Closed Session of December 1, 2003, as distributed.

 

b.         Approval of payroll and bills payable

 

It is moved that the Board of Education approve the payroll and bills payable dated December 15, 2003, as follows:

 

Payroll

 

Gross Payroll November 25, 2003 1,112,735.15

 

Gross Payroll December 10, 2003 1,098,839.39

 

Bills Payable

 

Education                                              619,193.63

 

Operation & Maintenance                   218,477.18               

 

Transportation                                      251,215.98            

 

Site & Construction                                  5,526.72                 

 

Total Bills Payable                         1,094,413.51        

                                                                          

c.         Approval of payroll and bills payable for the Career Preparation Network                                                                                                  

 

It is moved that the Board of Education approve the payroll and bills payable dated December 15, 2003, for the Career Preparation Network as follows:

 

Payroll  

 

Gross Payroll November 25, 2003         5,260.92

 

Gross Payroll December 10, 2003            5,260.92

 

 

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Bills Payable                                                                  

 

Education                                                          2,277.24     

                                              

d.         Approval of classified and exempt personnel report

 

It is moved that the Board of Education approve the classified and exempt personnel report listing new hires, leaves of absences, promotions, resignations, retirements, terminations, and transfers, as presented by the Superintendent, provided all the requirements of the State of Illinois are met.

 

  1. Approval of Resolution Providing for Real Estate Tax Abatement for Carmax of Tinley Park

 

It is moved that the Board of Education approve the Resolution providing for Real Estate Tax Abatement for Carmax of Tinley Park, in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 04-19.

 

  1. Approval of Resolution Providing for Real Estate Tax Abatement for Shurgard Storage Center

 

It is moved that the Board of Education approve the Resolution providing for Real Estate Tax Abatement for Shurgard Storage Center of Country Club Hills, in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 04-20.

 

  1. Approval of Resolution Providing for Real Estate Tax Abatement for Country Inn and Suites

 

It is moved that the Board of Education approve the Resolution providing for Real Estate Tax Abatement for Country Inn and Suites of Matteson, in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 04-21.

 

  1. Approval of Resolution Providing for Real Estate Tax Abatement for International Code Council (formerly BOCA)

 

It is moved that the Board of Education approve the Resolution providing for Real Estate Tax Abatement for International Code Council (formerly BOCA) of Country Club Hills, in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 04-22.

 

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  1. Approval of Real Estate Tax Abatements (Miller Auto Mall)

 

It is moved that the Board of Education:

 

1) Approve the “Resolution Providing for Real Estate Tax Abatement” for Miller Auto Mall/Bauer Cadillac/GMC.

2) Approve the “Resolution Providing for Real Estate Tax Abatement” for Miller Auto Mall/Miller Buick Pontiac.

3) Approve the “Resolution Providing for Real Estate Tax Abatement” for Miller Auto Mall/Shaver Mitsubishi.

4) Approve the “Resolution Providing for Real Estate Tax Abatement” for Miller Auto Mall/Miller Chevy Olds.

5) Approve the “Resolution Providing for Real Estate Tax Abatement” for Miller Auto Mall/Miller Car Mart VW.

6) Approve the “Resolution Providing for Real Estate Tax

Abatement” for Miller Auto Mall/Hawkinson Nissan.

7) Approve the “Resolution Providing for Real Estate Tax Abatement” for Miller Auto Mall/Capital Lincoln Mercury.

in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 04-23.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brunson, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Lohr, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

Absent: Burnette

Motion 04-58 carried.

 

 

Student Representatives

 

Dominique Thomas (alternate Rich East), Christian Smith (alternate Phoenix Campus), Bryan Davis (Rich Central), and Jasmin Donnelly (Rich South) reported on what was happening at their campuses.  Jasmin Donnelly noted that Rich South was looking for donations for South’s Family Fun Night.

 

 

Financial Considerations

 

Mr. Cahill requested approval of a Toyota Intergovernmental Development Incentive Agreement.  Mr. Brunson moved and Mr. Burnette seconded the following:

 

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(04-59)            It is moved that the Board of Education approve the Intergovernmental Development Incentive Agreement between Toyota and the Board of Education of Rich Township High School District 227 in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 04-13.

 

Mr. Jasinevicius questioned the date the agreement with Toyota was originally made.  Mr. Cahill responded that, in 2000, the Board had approved an agreement with Toyota for an abatement.  The owners of Toyota made some substantive changes in the agreement.  After clarifying the agreement with the owners, we are now bringing the agreement back to the Board for approval.  He noted this is a 10-year, 40% tax abatement, consistent with the other abatements.

 

Mr. Jasinevicius questioned whether the time frame of the abatement could be changed in case there is a significant change in the tax structure for Cook County. 

 

Mr. Cohn noted that, as we go forward, tax abatements could be analyzed so that taxes for businesses are fair as far as they relate to the surrounding counties.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brunson, Burnette, Cohn, Lohr, Norwood, Owens

Nay: Jasinevicius

 

Motion 04-59 carried.

 

 

Mr. Cahill requested approval of a Ford Intergovernmental Development Incentive Agreement.  Mrs. Lohr moved and Mr. Cohn seconded the following:

 

(04-60)            It is moved that the Board of Education approve the Intergovernmental Development Incentive Agreement between Sutton Ford Sales, Inc., and the Board of Education of Rich Township High School District 227, in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 04-14.

 

Dr. Knutson stated that this was the first agreement for Sutton Ford.  At one point, Mr. Sutton was ineligible for a tax abatement because of guidelines set by a previous board.  Currie Motors has moved into the facility vacated by Sutton Ford in Olympia Fields.  Another request for a tax abatement has been made by Mr. Sutton for the Board to reconsider his request.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

 

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Aye: Brunson, Burnette, Cohn, Lohr, Norwood, Owens

Nay: Jasinevicius

 

Motion 04-60 carried.

 

 

Mr. Cahill requested adoption of the 2003 Tax Levy.  Mr. Burnette moved and Mr. Brunson seconded the following:

 

(04-61)           It is moved that the Board of Education adopt the resolution entitled Resolution of Rich Township High School District 227, Cook County, Illinois, providing for the Levy of Taxes for the Year 2003, in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 04-15.

 

Mr. Cahill stated that the proposed levy, which was adopted by the Board at its November 17, 2003, meeting, remains unchanged. 

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brunson, Burnette, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Lohr, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

 

Motion 04-61 carried.

 

 

Mr. Cahill requested approval of a resolution to instruct the County Clerk how to apportion the 2003 Tax Levy.  Mr. Cohn moved and Mr. Brunson seconded the following:

 

(04-62)           It is moved that the Board of Education approve the “Resolution to Instruct County Clerk How to Apportion 2003 Tax Levy Extension Reductions for Rich Township High School District No. 227, Cook County, Illinois,” in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 04-16.

 

Mr. Cahill noted that this resolution instructs the County Clerk to limit extensions to District 227's Tort Immunity Fund and the IMRF Fund only and not limit any other funds.

 

Mrs. Lohr questioned whether this resolution could be included with the tax levy.  Mr. Cahill responded that they need to be separate resolutions.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

 

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Aye: Brunson, Burnette, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Lohr, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

Motion 04-62 carried.

 

 

Mr. Cahill requested approval authorizing non-pro-rata distribution of property tax receipts.  Mr. Jasinevicius moved and Mr. Brunson seconded the following:

 

(04-63)           It is moved that the Board of Education approve the “Resolution Authorizing Non-Pro-Rata Distribution of Property Tax Receipts,” in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 04-17.

 

Mr. Cahill noted that this resolution allocates tax credits (reductions) to the funds with excess accumulations.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brunson, Burnette, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Lohr, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

 

Motion 04-63 carried.

 

 

Mr. Cahill requested approval of a resolution abating a portion of taxes for the Bond and Interest Fund.  Mrs. Norwood moved and Mr. Brunson seconded the following:

 

(04-64)           It is moved that the Board of Education adopt the “Resolution abating the 2003 Tax Levy for General Obligation School Bonds (Alternate Revenue Source), Series 1999, of Township High School District Number 227, Cook County, Illinois,” in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 04-18.

 

Mr. Jasinevicius asked if the bonds were used to build the auditorium.  Mr. Cahill responded that they were.  Mr. Jasinevicius questioned if the auditorium was completed.  Mr. Cahill noted that an occupancy permit has been received by the District. 

 

Motion 04-64 carried.

 

 

Mr. Cahill requested approval of real estate tax abatements (Miller Auto Mall).  Mr. Brunson moved and Mrs. Norwood seconded the following:

 

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(04-65)           It is moved that the Board of Education:

 

1) Approve the “Resolution Providing for Real Estate Tax Abatement” for Miller Auto Mall/Sutton Ford.

2) Approve the “Resolution Providing for Real Estate Tax Abatement” for Miller Auto Mall/Planet Toyota.

 

in accordance with Business Office Memorandum

04-24.

 

Mr. Cahill noted that these abatements go along with the previously approved Intergovernmental Agreements for Ford and Toyota.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brunson, Burnette, Cohn, Lohr, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

Abstain: Jasinevicius

Motion 04-65 carried.

 

 

Mr. Cahill requested adoption of an Intergovernmental Agreement–Child Nutrition Commodity Cooperative (CNCC).  Mrs. Norwood moved and Mrs. Lohr seconded the following:

 

(04-66)           It is moved that the Board of Education authorize the withdrawal from the Northern Illinois Reprocessing Cooperative, adopt the School District Food Distribution and Donated Food Processing Article of Joint Agreement, and authorize participation in the Child Nutrition Commodity Cooperative (CNCC) in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 04-25.

 

Mr. Cahill noted that the purpose of this agreement is to enable ten school districts to jointly have food commodities processed, stored and delivered by the USDA for use in their school programs. 

He noted these were some of the larger school districts in the state.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brunson, Burnette, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Lohr, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

Motion 04-66 carried.


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Mr. Tandy requested approval of teaching contracts.  Mrs. Lohr moved and Mr. Burnette seconded the following:

 

(04-67)            It is moved that the President, Secretary and Superintendent be authorized to sign contracts as follows:

 

Part Time (Semester 1)

 

Bette Vallone                .1050 of Step 18, M.A. Lane

 

Part Time (Semester 2)

 

Brenda Ross                 .2122 of Step L, M.A. Lane

 

Part Time (Revised)

 

Timothy Nelson            .9337 of Step 1, B.A. Lane

Audrey Albanese          .6000 of Step 13, B.A. Lane

Lenore Kriechbaum      .9061 of Step 1, B.A. Lane

James Wessendorf        .2000 of Step L, MA+30 Lane

Sue Misch                    .1956 of Step L, MA Lane

Ginny Burd                   .4000 of Step L, MA+45 Lane

 

Sixth Assignments (Semester 2)

 

Jack Eddy                    .1 of Step 14, B.A. Lane

Nicholas Misch .1 of Step 15, M.A. Lane

Bridget Veasley-Bell     .1 of Step 15, M.A. Lane

Conrad Wayne .1 of Step 15, M.A. Lane

JoAnn Wayne               .1 of Step 15, M.A. Lane

Brent Bronnenberg       .1 of Step 15, M.A. Lane

Dawn Bronnenberg       .1 of Step 14, B.A. Lane

Jacqueline Ebben          .1 of Step 3, B.A. Lane

Adrian Frana                .1 of Step 15, M.A. Lane

Dale Fruendt                .1 of Step 15, M.A. Lane

William Hayes  .1 of Step 15, M.A. Lane

Cori Irvin                      .1 of Step 13, M.A. Lane

Jim Schmidt                  .1 of Step 8, B.A.+15 Lane

William Schmidt            .1 of Step 11, B.A.+15 Lane

Art Schuldt                   .1 of Step 15, M.A. Lane

 

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Tomi Thompson           .1 of Step 15, M.A. Lane

Clyde Griffy                  .1 of Step 15, M.A. Lane

Ed Schmeski                .1 of Step 6, M.A. Lane

 

provided all the requirements of the State of Illinois and the

North Central Association are met.

 

Mr. Tandy noted that the majority of these contracts were being used to reduce class sizes.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brunson, Burnette, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Lohr, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

 

Motion 04-67 carried.

 

 

Mr. Tandy requested approval of a resignation.  Mr. Burnette moved and Mrs. Lohr seconded the following:

 

(04-68)            It is moved that the Board of Education approve the resignation of certificated staff member Mary Perrot effective at the conclusion of the Fall Semester, 2003.

 

Mr. Tandy noted that Ms. Perrot has been a valuable staff member and is resigning for personal reasons. 

 

Mrs. Lohr questioned whether the District would have a difficult time securing a French teacher.  Mr. Tandy responded that the District currently had a number of applicants interested in teaching French.

 

Motion 04-68 carried.

 

 

Mr. Tandy requested approval of a recommendation for an Assistant Girls’ Gymnastics Coach.  Mr. Jasinevicius moved and Mr. Burnette seconded the following:

 

(04-69)            It is moved that the Board of Education approve the addition of one additional Assistant Girls’ Gymnastics Coach to the District’s Co-operative Gymnastics Program for the 2003-2004 school year.

 

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Mr. Tandy noted that the number of participants in girls’ gymnastics has increased, and he felt it was important to add this assistant coach for safety reasons

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brunson, Burnette, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Lohr, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

 

Motion 04-69 carried.

 

 

Report of the Director of Teaching and Learning

 

Mrs. Panega requested approval of a new course.  Mr. Cohn moved and Mrs. Norwood seconded the following:

 

(04-70)            It is moved that the Board of Education approve the addition of Advanced Placement Statistics to the District’s taxonomy beginning with the 2004-2005 school year.

 

Mrs. Panega noted that this course was open to all students who had successfully completed the second year Algebra course.  The course will entail working with data, and will be a hands on, interactive course.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brunson, Burnette, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Lohr, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

 

Motion 04-70 carried.

 

 

Committee Reports

 

Mrs. Norwood requested a second reading and inclusion into policy books of two policies.  Mrs. Norwood moved and Mr. Burnette seconded the following:

 

(04-71)            It is moved that the Board of Education approve the following new or revised policies for inclusion in its policy books:

 

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Policy 2.225     Verbatim Record of Closed Meetings (New)

Policy 7.40       Part-Time Attendance by Private, Parochial,

 and Home Schooled Students (Revised)

 

Dr. Knutson noted that these policies included changes required under Illinois law or the No Child Left Behind Act.  He also noted that a first reading had taken place on a policy for Dual Credit but, after meeting with the counselors, it was decided to hold off on that policy until additional clarification can be made.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brunson, Burnette, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Lohr, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

Motion 04-71 carried.

 

 

Mr. Cohn reported on the Education Committee meeting of December 1, 2003.  He noted that the main agenda item for the meeting had been Science Reform.  Proposed changes to the sequencing of science courses had been presented, along with suggestions regarding the renovating of the science laboratories.  These changes would make science classes more enriching to the students.  Mr. Cohn also noted that instructional management systems and assessments had been discussed.  It had been the recommendation of the committee not to go forward with Abacus, but the Committee will try to make a decision before the end of the school year on software to handle instructional management systems and assessments.      

 

 

Special Reports

 

Various Board members reported on their attendance at the IASA/IASB/IASBO conference held in Chicago November 21 - 23, 2003.  Mr. Brunson noted attendance at the conference was a way for Board members to learn how other school districts operate.  Mr. Cohn noted that he, along with Mr. Jasinevicius, had attended a breakfast hosted by Supt Schiller.  Two topics discussed at the breakfast meeting were articulation between districts and aligning course material to state standards.  Mrs. Norwood noted she had attended as many workshops as she could.  Mrs. Lohr stated that networking with colleagues was one of the benefits of the conference.  Mr. Cohn stated that one of the major themes at the workshops he attended was parental involvement. 

 

Dr. Knutson reported on the Village of Olympia Fields meeting December 8, 2003.  He noted that Mrs. Howard and Mrs. Owens had joined him in making a brief presentation to the Village of Olympia Fields board.  Dr. Knutson stated that additional presentations at village board meetings have been scheduled for Monday, January 5, at 7:30 p.m. at the Village of Matteson and Monday,

 

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January 26, at 8:00 p.m. at the Village of Park Forest.  He mentioned that there was a sign-up sheet going around for a breakfast meeting with the board of the Village of Park Forest. 

 

Dr. Knutson commented on the wonderful performance by Rich South students, The Emperor’s New Clothes.  This performance had taken place in the new South auditorium.                    

 

 

Report of the Superintendent

 

Dr. Knutson announced that the Rich South auditorium dedication is scheduled for Thursday, January 22, 2004, at 7:00 p.m.

 

Dr. Knutson reported on proposed Tax Increment Financing for Lincoln Mall.  He noted there was a meeting scheduled for Thursday, December 18, regarding the TIF. 

 

Mrs. Owens asked about the possibility of revenue sharing.  Mr. Cahill stated he would look into it.

 

Dr. Knutson announced that the Board policies are now available on the District’s web page.

 

 

Report of the President

 

Mrs. Owens reminded the Board that the next Board meeting will take place Monday, January 12, 2004, at 7:30 p.m. at the Phoenix Campus.

 

Mrs. Owens requested a closed session to consider pending litigation and negotiations strategies.

 

 

New Business

 

Mr. Jasinevicius requested a Property Committee meeting for 6:30 p.m. on January 12 at the Phoenix Campus.  This will be preceding the Board’s regular meeting at 7:30 p.m.

 

Mrs. Lohr mentioned that Mr. Ken Nordquist, a former District 227 teacher, had died last week.  She noted Mr. Nordquist had been a great man and a great teacher.

 

Mr. Jasinevicius mentioned that Senator Paul Simon had recently passed away.  He noted Senator Simon had been one of his idols.

 

 

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Mr. Cohn acknowledged Ms. Hope Henderson, a Rich Central teacher, who was in charge of the Rich Central speech team.  He stated she had brought the speech team from two members to more than fifty members and had coached them to 2nd place in conference.

 

 

Recognition of Citizens

 

Mr. Marturano was recognized.  He spoke on the pending negotiations with the RTHSEA.  He noted that negotiations have been continuing for 6 months.  The teams have met only 6 times in the past 6 weeks.  He asked the Board to reconsider its availability between now and January 6, which is the next scheduled negotiations session.  He noted the teachers are more than willing to do whatever it takes to work with the Board to reach a fair agreement.

 

Mrs. Owens responded that the Board is very anxious to come to an agreement.  She stated the two teams had their 32nd meeting last week. 

 

Ms. Del Rita Crapps was recognized.  She asked the Board to consider increasing security at the campuses. 

 

Mrs. Owens responded that she hoped Ms. Crapps reported any incident that needed attention at the building level.  Security will be looked into immediately.

 

At 9:00 p.m., Mr. Burnette moved and Mrs. Norwood seconded the following:

 

(04-72)            It is moved that the Board of Education go into closed session to consider pending litigation and negotiations strategies.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brunson, Burnette, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Lohr, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

 

Motion 04-72 carried.

 

 

At 10:15 p.m. Mr. Burnette moved and Mr. Cohn seconded the following:

 

(04-73)            It is moved that the Board of Education reconvene its regular Board meeting.

 

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Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brunson, Burnette, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Lohr, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

 

Motion 04-73 carried.

 

 

At 10:15 p.m. Mrs. Norwood moved and Mr. Brunson seconded the following;

 

(04-74)            It is moved that the Board of Education adjourn its meeting.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brunson, Burnette, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Lohr, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

 

Motion 04-74 carried.

 

 

 

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President                                                                      Secretary