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February 21, 2005

RICH TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT 227

 

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BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING

FEBRUARY 21, 2005

 

 

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

February 21, 2005, in the Media Center at Rich South High School, Richton Park, Illinois.

 

Mrs. Owens called the meeting to order at 7:40 p.m.

 

Present: Brookins, Brunson, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Long, Norwood, Owens

Absent: None

 

Also Present: Ms. Bonnie Dickey, Ms. Pat Residorf, Mr. Komaa Mnyofu, Ms. Robin Moore, Mr. Doug Limm, Mr. Yasir Roundtree, Mr. Wm. Brown, Mr. Eddie Cady, Mr. Ian Radz, Mr. Jeff Huck, Ms. Maggie Hatchett, Ms. Ameenah Muhammad, Ms. Ruth Rich, Ms. Candace Madison, Mr. Fred Veazey, Ms. Susan Shriey, Ms. Sheila McGann, Mr. Olner Franklin, Dr. Roudell Kirkwood, Ms. Helen Burleson, Mr. Mike Curran, Ms. Arrie Christian, Ms. Jan Moore, Mr. Michael Brown, Ms. Christy Hagemaster, Ms. Bernadette Westberg, Ms. Frances Smith, Ms. Virginia Webster, Mr. Nathel Webster, Ms. Celeste Nelson, Ms. Melanie Czupryn, Ms. Seja Czupryn, Mr. Herb Woods, Ms. Sandy Larson, Ms. Annette Demchuk, Mr. Joe Demchuk, Mr. David Johnson, Ms. Greta Johnson, Ms. Vanrea Roberts, Ms. Giselle Roberts, Ms. Alice Wasney, Ms. Ginny Fenske-Mathers, Mr. Jeff Craig, Ms. Margurite Martin, Dr. Selma McDonald, Mr. Howard Hunigan, Mr. Don Skinner, Dr. Betty Brockelman, Mr. Guy Cahill, Mrs. Ruth Treichel, and student representatives Delundon Spearman (Central), Fred Williams III (East), Jevon Moore (South), and Chris Gladney (Phoenix).

 

 

Recognition of Rich East Rockets Mathletes Team

 

Mrs. Owens recognized Mr. Craig, Principal at Rich East High School.  Mr. Craig called the 2005 Rich East Mathletes Team and their parents forward for recognition.  He noted these students had won 1st place in the Mathletes conference competition.  Mr. Craig introduced the team’s coaches.  Pictures of the team with their parents were taken.  The team’s trophy was displayed.

 

 

Recognition of Students

 

Mrs. Owens recognized Dr. McDonald, Rich Central’s Principal.  Dr. McDonald called Jakkar Dorsey and his mother forward.  She noted the reasons Jakkar was being recognized.  Jakkar was presented with a certificate of achievement from the Board of Education, and pictures were taken.  Dr. McDonald called Giselle Roberts and her parents forward.  She noted the reasons

 

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Giselle was being recognized.  Giselle was presented with a certificate of achievement from the Board of Education, and pictures were taken.

 

Mrs. Owens recognized Dr. Kirkwood, Rich South’s Principal.  Dr. Kirkwood called Tyesia Johnson and her parents forward.  He noted the reasons Tyesia was being recognized.  Tyesia was presented with a certificate of achievement from the Board of Education, and pictures were taken.  Dr. Kirkwood recognized Tineka Johnson, who was not able to attend the meeting.  He noted the reasons Tineka was being recognized.  Dr. Kirkwood stated he would get Tineka’s certificate to her.

 

Mrs. Owens recognized Mrs. Martin, the Phoenix Campus Principal.  Mrs. Martin called Nathel Webster, his parents, and mentors forward.  She noted the reasons Nathel was being recognized.  Nathel was presented with a certificate of achievement from the Board of Education, and pictures were taken. 

 

 

Student Representatives

 

Delundon Spearman, Rich Central’s student representative, Fred Williams III, Rich East’s student representative, Jevon Moore, Rich South’s student representative, and Chris Gladney, the Phoenix Campus alternate student representative, reported on what is taking place at their campuses.

 

 

Recognition of Citizens Pertaining to Agenda Items

 

Mrs. Moore was recognized.  She spoke in support of the Rich Central band.  She noted there would be a fundraiser for the band on March 11, 2005.

 

 

Approval of Consent Agenda

 

Mrs. Owens asked if there were any additions or deletions to the consent agenda.  Mr. Cohn congratulated Mr. Terrone Parham on his new teaching position.  He also congratulated Mr. Mike Curran on bringing Mr. Parham, a former student, back to the District to teach. There being no additional comments, Mr. Brunson moved and Mrs. Brookins seconded the following:

 

(05-47)            It is moved that the Board of Education approve the Consent Agenda items as listed:

 

 

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a.         Approval of the minutes of the Policy Committee Meeting, regular Board meeting, and Closed Session of January 10, 2005; the reconvened Board meeting and Closed Session of January 12, 2005; the Budget and Finance Committee meeting of January 19, 2005; the Special Meeting of January 26, 2005; and the Special Meeting and Closed Session of January 31, 2005; as distributed.

 

b.         Approval of payroll and bills payable

 

It is moved that the Board of Education approve the payroll and bills payable dated February 21, 2005, as follows:

 

Payroll

 

Gross Payroll January 10, 2005      1,181,107.30

 

Gross Payroll January 25, 2005      1,178,143.34

 

Gross Payroll February 10, 2005    1,221,733.31

 

Bills Payable

 

Education                                           1,414,698.62

 

Operation & Maintenance                   383,136.33

 

Bond & Interest                                         6,062.60

 

Tort                                                          10,442.87

 

Transportation                                       403,319.62

 

Life Safety                                                35,336.32

 

Total Bills Payable                         2,252,996.36

 

 

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

 

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It is moved that the Board of Education approve the payroll and bills payable dated February 21, 2005, for the Career Preparation Network as follows:

 

Payroll  

 

Gross Payroll January 10, 2005      6,137.29

 

Gross Payroll January 25, 2005      6,137.29

 

Gross Payroll February 10, 2005    6,137.29

 

Bills Payable

 

Education                                         88,865.84

                                              

d.         Approval of classified and exempt personnel report

 

Suggested Motion:   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. Acceptance of resignation

 

It is moved that the Board of Education accept the resignation of certificated staff member Ann-Marie Morgan effective with the conclusion of the 2004-2005 school year.

 

  1. Acceptance of retirement

 

It is moved that the Board of Education approve the retirement of certificated staff member Greg Zipprich effective at the conclusion of the 2004-2005 school year.

 

  1. Acceptance of donations

 

It is moved that the Board of Education accept with gratitude the donation of two checks, one in the amount of $400.00 and one in the amount of $200.00, for use in the District’s Snowball program, and the donation of a car tent for use in the Rich East athletic program.

 

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  1. Request for approval of new teaching contracts

 

It is moved that the President, Secretary and Superintendent be authorized to sign contracts as follows:

 

Part Time

 

Terrone Parham        .5304 of Step 1, BA Lane

Teresa Jones                        .5028 of Step 1, BA+15 Lane

Brienne Tiemens       .5304 of Step 1, BA Lane

Kim Nowak                .3182 of Step 1, BA Lane

John Ritchie               .3182 of Step 1, BA Lane

Brenda Ross             .0740 of Step 15, MA Lane

 

6th Assignment

 

Henrietta Hayes        .1 of Step 15, MA Lane

Cynthia Johnson        .1 of Step 15, MA Lane

Nick Katrichis            .1 of Step 15, MA Lane

Cynthia Sowles         .1 of Step 15, MA Lane

Margaret Thomas     .1 of Step 15, MA Lane

Pamela Williams       .1 of Step 3, BA Lane

 

provided all the requirements of the State of Illinois and the North Central Association are met.

 

  1. Removal of students from the District’s rolls

 

It is moved that the Board of Education remove the following students from the District’s rolls effective immediately:  Rich Central - Sierra Newell, Alexis Newell, Aalyah Cannon.

 

  1. Approval of Intergovernmental Agreement with the Village of Olympia Fields

 

It is moved that the Board of Education approve the

Intergovernmental Agreement with the Village of Olympia Fields relative to the construction of a bike path by the Village of Olympia Fields on District property.

 

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Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brookins, Brunson, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Long, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

Motion 05-47 carried.

 

Financial Considerations

 

Mr. Cahill requested approval of the Classified Staff Union Negotiations Agreement.  Mr. Skinner thanked the classified staff who had been a part of the negotiations process.  Mr. Cohn moved and Mrs. Norwood seconded the following:

 

(05-48)            It is moved that the Board of Education approve the Classified Staff Union Negotiations Agreement between the Board of Education and the Classified Staff Union for the three-year period of July 1, 2005, through June 30, 2008, as presented to the Board and ratified by the Classified Staff Union on February 2, 2005.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brookins, Brunson, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Long, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

Motion 05-48 carried.

 

Mr. Cahill requested approval of an office street parking agreement with the Village of Richton Park for Rich South High School.  This agreement will give the police department authority to patrol the Rich South facilities and enforce parking.  Mr. Jasinevicius moved and Mr. Cohn seconded the following:

 

(05-49)            It is moved that the Board of Education authorize an Agreement for Regulation of Parking of Motor Vehicles and Traffic for Rich South High School in the Village of Richton Park, in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 05-38.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brookins, Brunson, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Long, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

 

Motion 05-49 carried.


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Mr. Cahill requested authorization for the permanent transfer of interest income from Working Cash Fund to Education Fund.  He noted there was $362,000 in working cash interest income eligible to be transferred to the fund with the greatest need.  This fund has historically been the Education Fund.  Mrs. Long moved and Mrs. Brookins seconded the following:

 

(05-50)            It is moved that the Board of Education adopt a Resolution authorizing and directing the transfer of interest from the Working Cash Fund to the Education Fund, in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 05-39.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brookins, Brunson, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Long, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

Motion 05-50 carried.

 

Mr. Cahill requested authorization for the permanent transfer of interest income from the Bond & Interest Fund to the Education Fund.  He noted there was $110,955 in Bond & Interest Fund interest income eligible to be transferred to the fund with the greatest need.  This fund has historically been the Education Fund.  Mrs. Brookins moved and Mrs. Norwood seconded the following:

 

(05-51)            It is moved that the Board of Education adopt a Resolution authorizing and directing the transfer of interest from the Bond & Interest Fund to the Education Fund, in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 05-40.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brookins, Brunson, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Long, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

 

Motion 05-51 carried.

 

 

Mr. Cahill requested approval of real estate tax abatements for Miller Auto Mall/Enterprise Rent-a-Car and University of Illinois Extension.  He noted these were two parcels in Phase 2 which had come on line and now were eligible for abatements.  These abatements had been approved by the Board in an Intergovernmental Agreement signed in 1999.  Each abatement is for 10 years, at 50%.  After discussion, Mr. Brunson moved and Mrs. Norwood seconded the following:

 

 

 

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(05-52)            It is moved that the Board of Education approve: 1) the Resolution providing for Real Estate Tax Abatement for Miller Auto Mall/Enterprise Rent-a-Car; and 2) the Resolution providing for Real Estate Tax Abatement for Miller Auto Mall/University of Illinois Extension; in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 05-41.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brunson, Norwood, Owens

Nay: Brookins, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Long

 

Motion 05-52 failed.

 

 

Mr. Cahill presented the Master Facility Planning Committee draft report to the Board.  He noted that a final report will be brought to the Board at a future meeting.  Mr. Cahill pointed out some of the pertinent facts which had brought about the formation of the Master Facility Planning Committee.  Mr. Brunson moved and Mrs. Brookins seconded the following:

 

(05-53)            It is moved that the Board of Education receive the draft copy of the Master Facility Planning Committee report.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brookins, Brunson, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Long, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

 

Motion 05-53 carried.

 

 

Mr. Cahill requested adoption of a resolution calling for a public hearing concerning the intent of the Board to issue Limited Tax Bonds.  Mr. Cahill noted that the Board was beginning the process of funding the District’s facilities needs.  The first step will be the publication of the Board’s intent to issue bonds and to conduct a hearing at which citizens may present information in support or opposition.  The date of the hearing will be published in the Star newspapers.

 

Mr. Jasinevicius moved and Mrs. Long seconded the following:

 

(05-54)            It is moved that the Board of Education adopt a Resolution calling a public hearing concerning the intent of the Board of Education of Township High School

 

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District Number 227, Cook County, Illinois, to sell up to $54,000,000 Limited Tax Bonds, in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 05-43.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brookins, Brunson, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Long, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

 

Motion 05-54 carried.

 

 

Mr. Cahill requested adoption of a Resolution regarding Working Cash Fund Bonds.  He noted that this action notifies the public of the District’s intent to issue Working Cash Fund bonds and informs the public of its rights under the law to challenge such action should it so desire.   Mrs. Norwood moved and Mrs. Brookins seconded the following:

 

(05-55)            It is moved that the Board of Education adopt a Resolution declaring the intention to avail of the provisions of Article 20 of the School Code of the State of Illinois, as amended, and to issue Working Cash Fund Bonds of Township High School District Number 227, Cook County, Illinois, and directing that notice of such intention be published in the manner provided by law, in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 05-44.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brookins, Brunson, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Long, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

 

Motion 05-55 carried.

 

Mr. Cahill requested adoption of a Resolution providing for the issue of Taxable General Obligation School Bonds.  Mr. Cahill noted that this action begins the implementation of the recommendations of the Board of Education’s Budget and Finance Committee as they pertain to future construction needs.  Mrs. Long moved and Mrs. Norwood seconded the following:

 

(05-56)            It is moved that the Board of Education adopt the Resolution providing for the issue of not to exceed $1,100,000 Taxable General Obligation School Bonds, Series 2005, of Township High School District Number 227, Cook County, Illinois, and for the levy of a direct annual tax sufficient to pay the principal and interest on said bonds, in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 05-45.

 

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Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brookins, Brunson, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Long, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

 

Motion 05-56 carried.

 

Mr. Cahill requested adoption of a resolution authorizing and directing the execution of an Escrow Agreement in connection with the issue of Taxable General Obligation School Bonds. 

Mr. Cahill noted that this action would result in the establishment of an Escrow Agreement to compliment the action taken in the above resolution.  Mr. Brunson moved and Mr. Jasinevicius seconded the following:

 

(05-57)            It is moved that the Board of Education adopt a Resolution authorizing and directing the execution of an Escrow Agreement in connection with the issue of Taxable General Obligation School Bonds, Series 2005, of Township High School District Number 227, Cook County, Illinois, in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 05-46.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brookins, Brunson, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Long, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

 

Motion 05-57 carried.

 

 

Selection of an Architect for the District

 

Mr. Hunigan stated there were exciting days ahead for the Rich Township High School District with the possibility of big changes being made to the District’s facilities.

 

Mr. Jasinevicius began the discussion by noting that he had gone on an architectural site visit and had been very impressed with the Lemont High School project, which had been designed by Wight & Co.   Mrs. Norwood noted that she was very impressed with the way FGM and Brazley get community input.  Mr. Cohn stated that he felt it was very important for a firm to be connected to the community, and he felt the Brazley/FGM team was the best of both worlds–an architect in the community and another architect who has won several awards.  Mrs. Brookins stated she also felt it was important to choose someone from the community.  She said she liked the partnership with FGM/Brazley.  Mr. Brunson noted that he endorsed the Brazley/FGM team.

 

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Mrs. Owens stated that she was very impressed with all the site visits and believed both firms could do the job.  She noted she felt very strongly about the community connection that Brazley had. 

 

Mrs. Long asked about the fee structure.  Mr. Hunigan stated that the motion will give him permission to negotiate with the architect regarding fees.  Mr. Cahill mentioned that it was not practical to negotiate fees until the project was outlined. 

 

Mr. Brunson moved and Mr. Cohn seconded the following:

 

(05-58)            It is moved that the Board of Education retains the firm of Brazley/FGM as the District’s architect of record and authorizes the administration to enter into fee negotiations.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brookins, Brunson, Cohn, Norwood, Owens

Nay: Jasinevicius, Long

 

Motion 05-58 carried.

 

 

Personnel Office Report

 

Mr. Skinner requested acceptance of Mr. Cahill’s resignation.  Mr. Brunson moved and Mrs. Brookins seconded the following:

 

(05-59)            It is moved that the Board of Education accept the resignation of Guy Cahill, Director of Fiscal Services, effective March 4, 2005.

 

Mr. Hunigan thanked Mr. Cahill for his three years of hard work in District 227.  He noted that Mr. Cahill had accepted another position in the Peoria school district.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brookins, Brunson, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Long, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

 

Motion 05-59 carried.

 


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Committee Reports

 

Mrs. Norwood requested a first reading of the following policies:

 

Policy 8.190 - Use of School Facilities.  She noted the policy had been revised to make use of the facilities more community friendly.

 

Policy 5.130 - Suspension.  She stated that the policy would allow the Superintendent to

suspend an employee without pay pending further action.

 

There being no objection, a first reading was held.  A second reading is scheduled for the March board meeting.

 

Mr. Brunson reported on the Budget and Finance Committee meeting held prior to the Board meeting.  He noted that Mr. Rob Grossi had given a presentation on the Financial Summary and Projections for District 227.

 

Mrs. Brookins reported on the Education Committee meeting of January 12, 2005.  She noted detracking had been a major discussion item at the meeting.  In addition, discussion had revolved around planning education for the future. 

 

 

Special Reports

 

Mrs. Owens reported on the Legislative Breakfast held on February 5, 2005.  She noted that, even though only a few legislators attended, it had been an informative breakfast meeting.

Mrs. Owens noted that the Policy Committee and Budget and Finance Committee need to meet together to discuss House Bill 750.

 

Mr. Jasinevicius reported on the Klein, Thorpe School Law Conference of February 5, 2005.  He noted numerous legal subject matters had been discussed, and the conference had been very informative.

 

Mrs. Long reported on the IASB Leadership Seminar held February 15, 2005.  She noted that one focus of the seminar had been student achievement.  There had been a good interchange among the school district Board members present.  Mrs. Norwood noted that one focus of the seminar had been getting communities more involved.  Mrs. Brookins mentioned that the real work of the Board is setting policy.    Mrs. Owens asked that the Policy Committee look at a long-range plan for the Policy Manual.  Mr. Hunigan noted that he had been impressed with the workshop.  Administration needs to be looking at procedures to support policy.

 

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Mrs. Owens reminded the Board of the 2nd Annual Principal’s Honors banquet scheduled for Tuesday, February 22, 2005, at 6:30 p.m.

 

Mrs. Owens reminded the Board of Scariano School Law Conference scheduled for Friday, February 26, 2005, at The Signature Room, Seven Bridges, Woodridge.

 

 

Report of the Superintendent

 

Mr. Hunigan requested approval of the school calendar for 2005-2006.  He noted that next year President’s Day will be recognized instead of Lincoln’s Birthday, and that there will be school on Casimir Pulaski Day.  Mr. Hunigan noted that the Classified Staff Union had given the District special permission to have school on Pulaski Day.  This agreement is for one year only.  Mrs. Long questioned whether the winter break coincided with the foundation schools’ winter breaks.  Mr. Hunigan stated that our District’s spring break had been changed to coincide with the foundation schools’ spring break but he would have to check on winter break.  He will bring the calendar back for approval at the March meeting.

 

Mr. Hunigan noted that, per Board policy, he was recommending that the Board allow the Rich South foreign trip to Europe for the summer of 2005.  There were no objections by Board members.

 

 

Report of the President

 

Mrs. Owens reminded the Board that the next Board meeting will take place on Monday, March 21, 2005, at 7:30 p.m., in the Rich South Media Center.

 

Mrs. Owens noted that, because of the NSBA Conference, it was necessary to change the Board meeting date in April.  After discussion, it was decided that the regular Board meeting would be changed from April 18, 2005, to April 25, 2005.  There would also be a special meeting on April 21, 2005, at 7:30 p.m. to canvass the election and organize the Board.

 

Mrs. Owens reminded the Board of the Board Retreat scheduled for February 26 and 27, 2005.

 

Mrs. Owens noted there was a sheet going around for the Board to have a recognition reception in honor of Ed Burnette.

 

 

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Recognition of Citizens

 

Ms. Jessica Wood was recognized.  She questioned the Board on changes to the Rich East curriculum.  Mrs. Brockelman responded that the changes to the curriculum were meant to shape education for the students.  Students did not necessarily pick their careers during high school.

 

Mr. Mnyofu was recognized.  He questioned the Board on the Suspension Policy and on Abatements.  He thanked the Board for not approving the abatement request.

 

Mrs. Moore was recognized.  She questioned when the next Policy Committee meeting would be held and if the meeting would be open to the public.  Mrs. Norwood responded that all committee meetings were open to the public.  Mrs. Norwood scheduled a Policy Committee meeting for 6:30 p.m. on Monday, March 21, 2005, in the Media Center at Rich South High School.

 

Mr. Yasir Roundtree was recognized.  He questioned the Board on the curriculum at Rich East.  Mrs. Owens responded that he should contact Dr. Brockelman directly with his questions on the curriculum.

 

 

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

 

(05-60)            It is moved that the Board of Education go into closed session to discuss student discipline matters.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brookins, Brunson, Cohn, Jasinevicius, Long, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

 

Motion 05-60 carried.

 

 

At _______________, Mr. Cohn moved and Mr. Brunson seconded the following:

 

(05-61)            It is moved that the Board of Education reconvene its regular Board meeting.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

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Aye: Brookins, Brunson, Cohn, Long, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

 

Motion 05-61 carried.

 

 

_______________moved and __________________seconded the following:

 

(05-62)            It is moved that Student #3 discussed in closed session be expelled from Rich Township High Schools through the 2005-2006 school year.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Brookins, Brunson, Cohn, Long, Norwood, Owens

Nay: None

 

Motion 05-62 carried.

 

 

At ________________p.m. Mr. Cohn moved and Mr. Brunson seconded the motion to adjourn.  After a voice vote, Mrs. Owens declared the meeting adjourned.

 

 

 

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President                                                                      Secretary