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Minutes March 18, 2015

Minutes

CHAPPAQUA CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Chappaqua, New York

 

Date:

March 18, 2015

 

Time:

6:30 p.m.

 

Place:

Horace Greeley High School - Commons

 

Present:

Board of Education
Karen Visser, President
Alyson Gardner, Vice President
Victoria Tipp
Warren Messner
Jeffrey Mester

 

Staff Members
Present:

Dr. Lyn McKay, Superintendent

Mr. Eric Byrne, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction

Mr. John Chow, Assistant Superintendent for Business

Mr. Andrew Selesnick, Assistant Superintendent for Leadership Dev. & HR

Theresa Markley, District Clerk / Adm. Asst. to Superintendent

 

Visitors Present:

Representatives of the Chappaqua PTA, school PTAs, building administrators, faculty, and other interested citizens.

 

President Visser called the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m. Victoria Tipp moved to enter into an Executive Session for the purpose of discussion of a legal issue and negotiations. Jeffrey Mester seconded. The motion passed unanimously. At 7:40 p.m. Victoria moved to adjourn the Executive Session and reconvene public session. Victoria Tipp seconded. The motion passed unanimously.

Pledge of Allegiance - Vice President Alyson Gardner

President Visser thanked everyone for coming.

Presentations:

Special Education / Athletics

Special Education

Dr. Heidi McCarthy, Director of Special Education stated that what drives our programs and services is the same as all the other departments, that is the strategic question and our Teaching and Learning Vision and Goals. We also use our Commitment to Inclusion that we developed in 2011. She noted 2012-13 data that showed the comparison with other like districts in Westchester County and that 85% of our Chappaqua students were educated in a general education program at least 80% of the time and the next district closest to us is 59.6%. We have developed a learning team across all levels in the district. Many of the members of the team are researching development for all students rather than developing instruction and then modifying. She mentioned several other inclusive practices and how they correlate with student engagement in the classroom.

We utilize expert consultants for professional development. New initiatives include supporting students with new graduation requirements. The RCT test is no longer available and to help the cohort that may struggle to pass, a skills class will be offered next year to help them modify their skills to help them understand what they are to do.

Dr. McCarthy reviewed classifications by category with 394 students in October 2014 which continue to be similar to other districts. We are required to provide a free and appropriate education. She shared a list of programs and services that we offer to better support our students and help them to be successful. There are also out of district placements and we have consistently reduced those numbers for the past two years from 425 to 394.

Dr, McCarthy reviewed the main components of the budget are staffing contractual services, and there is a slight decrease from last year. The total budget is $1,687,452 with a -2.20% decrease. She noted a small revenue stream from state aid, Medicaid reimbursements, and IDEA Part B grants. When there are two teachers in a room, it benefits all students - inclusion does help everyone.

Athletics

Pete Kuczma, Director of Athletics and Physical Education also referenced the Strategic Question for his staff and coaches and how we make these areas meaningful to our kids. We have to teach them and then modify as they are playing. He reviewed the sports offerings for both boys and girls and the student participation by season, with the total number of teams and coaching positions. The new cheerleading team is doing very well and he expressed pride in their accomplishments. They won one of their competitions which was incredible for a brand new team. As a sport, they must follow New York State rules. He reviewed the many achievements of all the teams.

Mr. Kuczma presented his budget with regular physical education having no increases. Interscholastic Athletic and Transportation had increases in equipment and the role of athletic trainer, and minor increases elsewhere. The total budget is $97,175.

1.

Information Business Affairs

1.1

President's Report

1.1.1

Report on Horace Greeley Scholarship Fund

Warren Messner reported on the HG Scholarship Fund dinner. Lorie Townsend and Michael Kirsch were honored for their service to the community. Chappaqua is considered an affluent community, but we still have students who need help to attend college. The auction was greeted with enthusiasm and helped us raise a great deal of money. A former scholarship recipient spoke about it helped her change her life.

ADDENDUM:

1.1.2

Victoria Tipp reported on the weekend Capital Conference in Albany that is always well attended with more people advocating for the same issues for funding of public schools and policy. There is also more unity and movement with the legislators. The fight is still with the governor. Anthony Botar, the Vice Chancellor of the Education Department, explained they began an aggressive budget process in October and finished in December, which is when districts should begin lobbying. He noted they can only recommend and advocate. The Regents proposed $2 billion increase, with $1.1 billion to spend between GEA (Gap Elimination Adjustment) and Foundation Aid and other items.

The Governor proposal is $370,000,000, which he would increase to $1.1 billion if the state adopts his proposals. There was an interesting panel with a number of legislatures who spoke to different issues including movement on GEA, no outside evaluator for districts, reforms should not be tied to funding, importance of more local control. They were advocating for a redesign team of the APPR with people who have experience in education such as teachers and administrators. Senator Murphy believes completely in local assessments. He would like to see GEA eliminated this year or by next year. The Senate is talking about more money for GEA but they are not discussing back years. Chappaqua has lost $5.6 million to GEA since 2010. John Chow also attended the conference and added that we all felt that a good budget rather than on time budget, restoration of GEA funds, tax cap or CPI 2% whichever is higher. Victoria thanked the staff of NYSSBA and Lisa Davis, Executive Director of Westchester Putnam School Boards for coordinating this conference.

1.1.3

Advocacy: Call to action on governor's budget in our district

Victoria Tipp reported on the meeting with Lyn McKay, John Chow, Chris Madden, and Joe Gramando. There was discussion on what is important to the district, a financial and educational component. We will focus on GEA (Gap Elimination Adjustment). Lyn spoke to the value of reduction of assessments in the teacher evaluation process and more local control. We will meet in June and plan how we will advocate in October. Victoria thanked Chris Madden for her help with the letters on our website and will be linked to WPSBA page.

So that we have a voice, Jeffrey Mester offered the following to Reform Governor Cuomo's 2015 Opportunity Agenda for Education.

Whereas, there is agreement with Governor Cuomo that "access to education, from pre-kindergarten through college, can pave the way to economic and social opportunities - to better jobs and more successful lives," many of the proposals in the Governor's 2015 Opportunity Agenda are untenable and will have significant negative consequences.

Whereas, most schools in New York State successfully educate our children and prepare them for college, career and good citizenship, the Governor's proposals are based on a premise that our schools and our teachers are failing our students. While failing schools and the link to issues of poverty require special attention, this one size fits all approach is inappropriate, costly, and counter-productive.

Whereas, the Governor states that there has been an unprecedented increase in state education aid over the last three fiscal years, in reality, the State dramatically cut education aid in 2010 and, has continued to underfund education while addressing its own deficit by redirecting state education funding through the Gap Elimination Adjustment (GEA). In Westchester and Putnam, 47% of school districts received less state aid this year than in 2008.Since its inception, $8.8 billion statewide, and $403 million in Westchester and Putnam, has been lost to the State under the GEA; the Chappaqua Central School District alone has lost $5,593,266.

Whereas, the State has a surplus this year, there is no indication that the GEA will end in 2015-16. In point of fact, the $1.1 billion which the Governor promises if his reform agenda is approved could cover the $1.04 billion in GEA outstanding statewide for 2014-15.

Whereas, Governor Cuomo asserts that his proposed reforms would encourage the most talented college graduates to consider teaching as a career, the proposed lock-step, standardized evaluation system which has no parallel in any other profession, would dissuade, not encourage, the most talented.

Whereas Congress, in working to re-authorize ESEA, is looking to de-couple high stakes assessments and teacher evaluations, address the punitive aspects of NCLB, and allow for more local accountability and flexibility, the Governor is proposing a rigid, standardized test-oriented model that will further diminish local authority.

Whereas, Governor Cuomo proclaims that the State will "enhance the teacher evaluation system to accord teachers and the profession the respect they deserve," he sets forth an evaluation system that denigrates the professionalism of teachers and administrators and establishes a narrow, one-size-fits-all model. For grades 4-8, the proposed evaluation system would base 50% of the score on an annual state assessment (with a sample size of approximately 25) and 50% on at least two observations, one of which must be done by a trained administrator, independent evaluator or SUNY/CUNY faculty member and will be weighted at 35% of the 50%, with the remaining 15% allocated to an observation by a school administrator. A class score on the standardized test must equate to effective or higher for the teacher to be rated effective or highly effective (thus the tests core trumps everything else). Effective teaching is more than the sum of one standardized assessment and two formal observations. School boards and communities trust their local school district officials to implement an accountability system that appropriately evaluates staff and incorporates comprehensive professional supports. The requirement to employ an independent evaluator establishes a new, expensive unfunded mandate that compromises administrator authority and will siphon school district funds from the classroom and/or professional development.

Whereas, the Governor is proposing a new teacher tenure process which will require five consecutive years of an effective or highly effective rating, the evaluation system measures are problematic and policies such as LIFO remain in effect. Nevertheless, a five year probationary period is more appropriate, and the proposed language indicating that districts retain authority to dismiss probationary teachers at any time for any reason is a necessary clarification to 3012c.

Whereas, the current "expedited" 3020-a hearing process remains costly, time-consuming and often ineffective, the proposed changes would shift the presumption in favor of the administrator, strengthen evidentiary standards, and streamline the process. The same presumption of trust for the local administrator should be incorporated into the teacher evaluation proposal.

Whereas, we share a commitment to universal high-quality early education, the current practice of reimbursing districts rather than providing seed money makes it difficult for high need school districts to initiate or expand a pre-K program. It is imperative that future initiatives include start-up funding and a front-loaded payment schedule.

Whereas, Westchester is home to six Special Act School Districts which cannot appropriately meet the needs of their unique student population under the current tuition methodology, and there is no language in the 2015-16 NYS budget to address their needs, we support the inclusion of language establishing annual increases to the tuition rate.

Whereas, Governor Cuomo's 2015 Opportunity Agenda includes the Education Investment Tax Credit which defacto shifts money from public education to private while public school districts are underfunded by NYS, we support using public dollars for public education.

Whereas, charter schools were initially intended as lab schools for innovation, have not proven to out-perform regular public schools and many do not mirror the local community in their enrollment and retention practices, and whereas, NYS grants the charter but local school districts are financially impacted, we rebuff the Governor's proposal to raise the charter cap by 100.

Whereas, mayoral control has had mixed results nationally, we support the concept of local control and reject the Governor's suggestion that it be expanded beyond New York City.

Therefore, be it resolved, that the Board of Education of the Chappaqua Central School District urges State Legislators to review these proposals in details, gather input from research and from those in the field, and rebuff the elements of the Cuomo Education Reform Agenda which will instill inappropriate measures of accountability and negatively impact the classroom learning environment and local control.

Alyson Gardner seconded. The motion passed unanimously.

1.2

Superintendent's Report

1.2.1

Tri-States Visit

Dr. McKay asked Eric Byrne to report on the Tristate's visit next week with Peter Johnston, our consultant. Eric explained that we will have 22 visitors from Tri-States and they will be out interviewing students for the better part of two days. Peter will be here Monday thru Friday. Peter will speak to the community Monday night, thanks to the PTA. The topic is, "What Our Students Are Talking About".

Dr. McKay provided a follow up to the Town Board meeting to discuss railroad crossing. John Chow represented Lyn at the meeting with the Town and reported a large gathering of legislators' staff attended. It was an opportunity to observe at the crossing and then return to town to discuss meeting longer and short term goals. There is no funding for a bridge option. Department of Transportation (DOT) and Town will schedule working meeting within next two weeks to increase the signs, striping, and educational piece. Educational piece will be called "lifesavers" to educate students, parents, and rest of community.

2.

Organization

Questions and Comments

We welcome public inquiries, and in respect for each other's time, we ask that you limit your inquiry to three minutes. Board members may be contacted via email or phone.

 

3.

Approvals

3.1

Warren Messner moved to approve minutes of January 28, 2015. Victoria Tipp seconded. The motion passed unanimously.

4.

Recommended Action: Personnel

Dr. McKay made the following recommendations:

4.1

Instructional

Resolution:

"BE IT RESOLVED that, the Board of Education hereby appoints the individuals listed as per diem substitute teachers to be employed on an "as needed" basis":

Marjorie Belotte, Elizabeth Day, Eleanor Friedman, Donald Griffith III, Daniel Russo, Jill Weiss, and Kimberly Woodard.

Resignation for Purposes of Retirement:

Ms. Christine DiDomenico, Teacher of Physical Education, Seven Bridges Middle School, effective June 30, 2015.

Request for Parental Leave of Absence:

Ms. Kathleen Feldman, Teacher of Music, Seven Bridges Middle School, effective April 7, 2015 through May 22, 2015.

Ms. Christina Provenzano, Teacher of Science, Horace Greeley High School, effective August 31, 2015 through June 30, 2016.

Appointment: Coaching

Mr. Skye Albert-Hall, 7-8th Grade Softball, Seven Bridges Middle School, effective March 23, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 1, $4,539.

Ms. Sheila Larkin, 7-8th Grade Softball, Robert E. Bell Middle School, effective March 23, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 1, $4,539.

Ms. Jennifer Hershman, 7-8th Grade Girls' Lacrosse, Seven Bridges Middle School, effective March 23, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 1, $4,539.

Ms. Angela Russo, 7-8th Grade Girls' Lacrosse, Robert E. Bell Middle School, effective March 23, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 3, $5,609.

Mr. Charles McKenna, 7-8th Grade Spring Track, Seven Bridges Middle School, effective March 23, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 3, $5,609.

Mr. Robert Raguette, 7-8th Grade Track, Robert E. Bell Middle School, effective March 23, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 3, $5,609.

Mr. Anthony Marino, Varsity Baseball, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 9, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 3, $9,111.

Mr. Joseph Kearns, Varsity Baseball Assistant, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 9, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 3, $6,311.

Mr. Thomas Kehrer, Junior Varsity Baseball, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 9, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 3, $6,311.

Mr. Michael Filice, 9th Grade Baseball, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 23, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 1, $4,539.

Mr. Brady Kittredge, Varsity Golf, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 9, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 3, $5,609.

Mr. Kevin Kuczma, Varsity Boys' Lacrosse, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 9, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 3, $9,815.

Mr. Robert Bowen, Varsity Boys' Lacrosse Assistant, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 9, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 1, $5,665.

Mr. Jordan Fried, Junior Varsity Boys' Lacrosse, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 9, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 1, $5,665.

Mr. Michael Smith, Junior Varsity Boys' Lacrosse, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 9, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 1, $5,665.

Ms. Annamarie Marasco, Varsity Girls' Lacrosse, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 9, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 3, $9,815.

Mr. Art Bonifati, Varsity Girls' Lacrosse Assistant, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 9, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 3, $7,008.

Mr. Richard Marasco, Junior Varsity Girls' Lacrosse, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 9, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 1, $5,665.

Mr. Mitchell Cheser, Varsity Softball, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 9, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 3, $9,111.

Mr. Dave Fernandes, Varsity Softball Assistant, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 9, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 3, $6,311.

Ms. Frances Boone, Junior Varsity Softball, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 9, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 3, $6,311.

Mr. Matthew Ketterer, Varsity Spring Track, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 9, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 3, $9,111.

Mr. Charles Sehulster, Varsity SpringTrack Assistant, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 9, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 3, $7,008.

Ms. Susan Miller, Varsity Spring Track Assistant, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 9, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 3, $7,008.

Mr. Adam Waterbury, Varsity Spring Track Assistant, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 11, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 1, $5,665, prorated.

Mr. Bennett Romney, Varsity Boys' Tennis, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 9, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 3, $7,008.

Mr. Jerry Sulli, Junior Varsity Tennis, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 9, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 1, $4,539.

Mr. Robert Herodes, Junior Varsity Tennis, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 9, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education), Step 3, $5,609.

Appointment: Volunteer Coaching

Ms. Kimberly Lindner, 7-8th Grade Track, Robert E. Bell Middle School, effective March 23, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education).

Mr. Jonathan Pollock, Varsity Baseball, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 9, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education).

Mr. Robert Gellert, Varsity Baseball, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 9, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education).

Mr. Robert Clark, Junior Varsity Tennis, Horace Greeley High School, effective March 9, 2015 through June 5, 2015 (or earlier at the discretion of the Board of Education).

Jeffrey Mester moved to approve the recommendations. Alyson Gardner seconded. The motion passed unanimously.

4.2

Non-instructional

Dr. McKay made the following recommendation:

Appointment:

James G. Mahoney - Maintenance Worker (Buildings), Pole Barn, effective March 30, 2015. Salary will be $51,848.

Alyson Gardner moved to approve the recommendation. Warren Messner seconded. The motion passed unanimously.

5.

Recommended Action: Other

5.1

Alyson Gardner moved to approve CSE Summaries for Board approval on March 18, 2015. Victoria Tipp seconded. The motion passed unanimously.

5.2

Karen Visser moved to approve gifts from the Benevity Community Impact Fund to Roaring Brook School in the amount of $372.00 and Target in the amount of $355.94 to be used for school supplies. Jeffrey Mester seconded. The motion passed unanimously.

5.3

Warren Messner moved to approve a gift from Target Take Charge to Seven Bridges Middle School in the amount of $516.63 to be used for school supplies. Alyson Gardner seconded. The motion passed unanimously.

5.4

Warren Messner moved to approve a gift from Target Take Charge to Westorchard School in the amount of $527.84 to supplement the purchase of a SMART table for primary students. Victoria Tipp seconded. The motion passed unanimously.

5.5

Alyson Gardner moved to approve a contract for health and welfare services with White Plains City School District for 5 students at the estimated rate of $855.28 per student effective October 1, 2014 for 2014-15 school year. Victoria Tipp seconded. The motion passed unanimously.

5.6

Victoria Tipp moved to approve a contract for health and welfare services with Bedford School District for 18 students at the rate of $1,008.89 for September 2, 2014 through June 25, 2015. Warren Messner seconded. The motion passed unanimously.

5.7

Jeffrey Mester offered the following resolution,

"BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Education, in accordance with Board Policy 9045, hereby authorizes the 2014-15 school year salaries of the nonaligned confidential employees of the School District who are not represented in collective bargaining units, as recommended by the Superintendent of Schools in a memorandum to the Board of Education dated March 12, 2015."

Said memorandum is incorporated by reference in the minutes of this meeting. Warren Messner seconded. The motion passed unanimously.

5.8

Jeffrey Mester moved to approve the terms and objectives, and nature and scope of services to be provided to Chappaqua Central School District by O'Connor Davies for year ending June 2015 at a rate of $50,250 with options to renew for years ending June 30, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019, estimated fees included. Alyson Gardner seconded. The motion passed unanimously.

5.9

Alyson Gardner moved to approve Ed-Data's Cooperative Bid Program Licensing and Maintenance fee of $9,400 for 2015-16. Warren Messner seconded. The motion passed unanimously.

5.10

Jeffrey Mester moved to approve Bid #890 Solid Waste Services for buildings owned by CCSD and Town of New Castle - recommended award to Sani-Pro Disposal/D.B.A. Suburban Carting,for $69,540, with a savings of $8,940. Alyson Gardner seconded. The motion passed unanimously.

5.11

Victoria Tipp moved to approve Bid #911 Environmental Services and Maintenance - recommended award to Conklin Services and Construction, Inc. - Cost for one year - $14,000; time & material cost for one year - $98 per hour plus 20%. (0% increase) Alyson Gardner seconded. The motion passed unanimously.

5.12

Victoria Tipp moved to approve Bid #935 Graduation tent and Chair Rental - recommended award to Party Line Rentals - $24,575.00. Jeffrey Mester seconded. The motion passed unanimously.

ADDENDUM:

5.13

Resolution to place a proposition on the ballot at the Annual Meeting.

Jeffrey Mester offered the following resolution as amended,

"BE IT RESOLVED, that the following proposition be placed on the ballot at the Annual Meeting of the qualified voters of the Chappaqua Central School District, Westchester County, New York, to be conducted on May 19, 2015:

PROPOSITION to transfer funds and authorization to use those funds for the purpose of renovation and replacement of equipment at HG cafeteria.

Shall the Board of Education of the Chappaqua Central School District, Westchester County, New York, be authorized to perform certain alteration, reconstruction and renovation work, including replacement of equipment, on the cafeteria at the Horace Greeley High School, including incidental expenses, at a maximum expenditure of $600,000, with the amount of up to $600,000 to be transferred from the fund balance in the school lunch fund as of June 30, 2015 to the capital fund to pay for the costs of such project.

AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the School District Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to include this proposition with the Legal Notice of the Annual Meeting and to publish the Legal Notice in the designated newspapers of the District four times within the seven weeks prior to the Annual Meeting."

Alyson Gardner seconded. There was some discussion about clarification regarding emphasizing that no taxpayer funds were being used. Board members agreed that it would be amended with appropriate language. The motion passed unanimously.

6.

Facilities

There will be a Facilities Meeting on March 20 at 8:00 a.m. at the Ed. Center to discuss the proposals before the Planning Board of New Castle. We will also be opening an RFP for energy proposal.

7.

Financials

Jeffrey Mester moved to accept Items 7.1-7.4 financial reports. Alyson Gardner seconded. The motion passed unanimously.

7.1

Revenue Report - February 28, 2015

7.2

Expenditures Report - February 28, 2015

7.3

Treasurer's Report - January 2015

7.4

Claims Auditor Report - February 2015

8.

Communications

9.

President Visser gave Notice of Future Meetings -

Wednesday, March 25, 2015, at Horace Greeley High School, 7:30 p.m.

Presentations:

Operations Maintenance / Non-Instructional

10.

Adjournment

Jeffrey Mester moved to adjourn at 10:38 p.m. Victoria Tipp seconded. The motion passed unanimously.

Respectfully submitted,

Theresa M. Markley, District Clerk / Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent

Karen Visser, Board President

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