The Board of Education of
Hamilton County Community Unit District No. 10 met in regular session on the
The meeting was called to order by Board President John Ewald. Roll Call was as follows: Present – Danny Anselment, Steve Becker, Krystal Donelson, Randy Kirsch, Tom Maulding, Rodney Rubenacker and John Ewald.
by Becker, second by Anselment to approve the
following items under the Consent Agenda: The minutes from the
CORRESPONDENCE – None.
VISITORS – Steve Hamson was present to discuss with the Board the possibility of the Goshen Trail Baptist Association hosting the World Changers Organization in 2007. The Association is requesting the use of the high school facilities to house the participants during their stay. The Board told Mr. Hamson that they would discuss the matter and give him an answer at the January board meeting.
Angie Craddock was present to express her concerns with the proposed 5th and 6th grade basketball schedule. Mrs. Craddock felt that with the current schedule the players will have to play two games on a school night and she thinks that it will be too hard on the kids. Mrs. Craddock gave the Board an alternate schedule to review.
SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORT – Status
Mr. Mitchell gave the Board recommendations submitted by Lewis Winemiller for the 5th and 6th grade basketball schedule. The Board discussed the schedule recommendations and verbally accepted Mr. Winemiller’s proposal.
Mr. Mitchell gave the Board the Eldorado Holiday Tournment Boys Basketball pairings and a copy of an e-mail that he received concerning teacher tenure laws.
Mr. Mitchell discussed with the Board the contract for electrical services provided by Wayne-White Electric for the District will soon be ending. The Board verbally agreed to extend the agreement for another year as allowed for in the existing contract.
Mr. Mitchell and Board member Randy Kirsch spoke to the Board about the November IASB Joint Conference and what they both found to be beneficial.
Mr. Mitchell also told the Board that they might want to take a look at the current reimbursement policy to board members attending this conference.
Mr. Mitchell told the Board that the architects will be meeting with himself and Brent on January 4th to discuss the Health/Life Safety issues in the District.
The Board gave verbal approval to allow the post-prom committee to have a 50/50 drawing to raise money for post-prom activities.
Mr.Mitchell gave to the Board the break-down of parent-teacher conference evaluation forms that were filled out by parents at the recent conferences.
OLD BUSINESS –
Motion by Rubenacker, second by Donelson to approve the resolution to lease-purchase the baseball field lights instead of it being considered a loan with Banterra Bank. Roll Call Vote – Voting Yes – Rubenacker, Donelson, Anselment, Becker, Kirsch, Maulding and Ewald. Motion carried.
Motion by Maulding,
second by Kirsch to approve to advertise for fuel bids starting
Mr. Mitchell asked the Board to appoint a member to serve on the district wellness committee which is charged with developing a wellness policy for the district as per federal guidelines. Board member Krystal Donelson was appointed to the committee for Board representation.
Motion by Anselment,
second by Maulding to accept the following quotes for
Cafeteria Groceries and Supplies: Bears,
Motion by Becker, second by Anselment to enter in to executive session at to discuss appointment, employment, compensation, and performance of specific employees; pending litigation, and student disciplinary action.
Motion by Becker, second by Anselment to come out of executive session at Vote was taken by voice and motion carried.
Motion by Becker, second by Donelson to approve the minutes from executive session. Vote was taken by voice and motion carried.
Motion by Anselment,
second by Maulding to accept the letter of
resignation from Beverly Badgett as the High School
Business teacher effective
Motion by Becker, second by Kirsch to employ
Stacy Winemiller as a High School Cheerleading
Motion by Rubenacker, second by Becker to approve Reggie Dockery as a volunteer boy’s assistant basketball coach for the 2005-2006 school year. Vote was taken by voice and motion carried.
Motion by Kirsch, second by Rubenacker to approve the following volunteer 5th and 6th grade elementary basketball coaches for the 2005-2006 school year: Dan Anselment, Mike Belangee, Irene Biggerstaff, Sharon Bowman, Paula Burris, Angela Craddock, Scott Cravens, Angela Golliher, Rod Irvin, Shawn Jones, Josh Lemke, Justin Sanders, Ed Shelton, Ernie Shelton, Ron Smith, Sheila Thompson and Charlie White. Vote was taken by voice and motion carried.
Motion by Anselment,
second by Donelson authorize to advertise for a part-time tutor
Motion by Donelson,
second by Maulding to approve the recommendation to
provide fringe benefits commensurate with the teacher aide contract to the
transportation department employees, unit office staff, and other support staff
not covered by a collective bargaining agreement retroactive to
Motion by Anselment, second by Kirsch to renew
Superintendent Vince Mitchell’s contract for one year retroactive to
Motion by Kirsch, second by Becker to approve the 2005-2006 Administrative Salary Schedule. Roll Call Vote – Voting Yes – Kirsch, Becker, Anselment, Donelson, Maulding, Rubenacker and Ewald. Motion carried.
Motion by Donelson, second by Rubenacker to provide fringe benefits commensurate with the
teacher contract retroactive to
Motion by Anselment, second by Maulding to authorize to advertise for a High School business teacher for the remainder of the 2005-2006 school year. Vote was taken by voice and motion carried.
Motion by Donelson, second by Becker to adjourn. Vote was taken by voice, motion carried and the meeting adjourned at