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  • VANGUARD-SENTINEL CAREER and TECHNOLOGY CENTERS

    BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING

    June 23, 2016

    Administration Center, Fremont, Ohio

    6:30 p.m.

    Tim Damschroder, President Gibsonburg

    Cindy Young, Vice-President Fremont

    Jaimie Beamer Seneca East

    Larry Bowman Old Fort

    Barbara Drusbacky Port Clinton

    Nancy Greenslade Clyde-Green Springs

    Neil Kinley Upper Sandusky

    Kathy Koehler Mohawk

    Barbara Lehmann Lakota

    Doug Ranker Hopewell-Loudon

    Stephanie Reinhart New Riegel

    Anthony Thompson Fostoria

    Chris Widman Tiffin

    Alan W. Binger, Treasurer

    Gregory A. Edinger, Superintendent

  • VANGUARD-SENTINEL CAREER and TECHNOLOGY CENTERS

    BOARD OF EDUCATION

    CONTENTS

    June 23, 2016

    Agenda - Summary

    Minutes of the Regular Meeting

    Fiscal Year Analysis

    Financial Summary Report

    Investments Report

    Appropriation Amendments

    Check Payment Register

    Temporary Appropriations

  • VANGUARD-SENTINEL CAREER & TECHNOLOGY CENTERS

    BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING

    Administration Center, Fremont, Ohio

    June 23, 2016 6:30 p.m.

    Regular Meeting Agenda

    A. Call meeting to order Mr. Tim Damschroder, President

    B. Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag

    C. Roll Call

    D. Approve the minutes of the May 19, 2016 regular meeting.

    E. Administrative reports and discussion

    F. Approval of Agenda (Additions, deletions, movement of consent agenda items)

    G. Consent Agenda Superintendents reports and recommendations.

    The Superintendent recommends that the Board of Education approve the Consent Agenda Items G.1. through

    G.10. Action by the Board of Education in Adoption of the Consent Agenda means that all items are adopted

    by one single motion unless a member of the Board or the Superintendent requests that any such item be removed

    from the consent agenda and voted upon separately.

    G.1. Personnel a) Approve classified employment contracts for the remainder of the 2015-2016 school year, as assigned,

    at the Board adopted hourly rate (pending proper application):

    Supplemental classified staff - $18.13/hr. Christine Stark

    Student Workers - at the Board approved hourly rate: Stephen LaDue Jaxson Meade

    b) Issue a two year, full-time certified employee contract to Russell Markwith, VTC Culinary & Hospitality

    Management instructor, Class I, Step 4 on the salary schedule, 8 days extended time, Class I, Step 0 on

    the state minimum salary schedule effective with the 2016- 2017 school year.

    c) Issue a full-time Administrative staff contract to Angie Morelock, Gibsonburg, as Public Relations/

    Communications Director salary set at $65,000.00 for a two (2) year term effective September 6, 2016

    expiring June 30, 2018 and approve the Public Relations/Communications Director job description as

    presented.

    d) Renew the following full-time classified employee contracts effective July 1, 2016:

    1) Two Year Contract Tracy Laird, VTC Custodian, Class I, Step 2 on the Custodial salary schedule. 2) Continuing Contract Ken Missler, VTC Custodian, Class I, Step 4 on the Custodial salary schedule.

  • e) Issue a one year classified employment contract to Linda Daniel, SCTC Culinary/Independent Living

    Educational Aide, Step 8 on the salary schedule for the 2016-2017 school year.

    f) Approve supplemental contracts for the 2016-2017 school year, as assigned, effective July 1, 2016:

    1) Supplemental staff - at the Board approved hourly rate of pay: Russell Markwith

    2) Adult Education instructors - supplemental hourly rate of pay: Mike Mezinger

    3) Adult Ed GED/ABLE program grant funded certified staff - hourly rate of $20.00: Theresa Heyman

    g) Approve the following classified contracts to work as assigned for the 2016-2017 school year

    effective July 1, 2016:

    1) Part-time/Substitute Classified staff - at the Board approved hourly rate:

    Meagan Lilley, Fremont VTC Early Childhood Educational Aide

    2) Regular part-time Classified staff Step 3 on the Educational Aide hourly rate of $11.19

    Kim Lenhart, Fremont VTC Culinary & Hospitality Management Educational Aide

    3) Part-time Adult Ed Financial Aid Coordinator - Christine Stark, $24.00/hour

    4) Student Workers - at the Board approved hourly rate:

    Stephen LaDue Jaxson Meade

    G.2. Authorization to offer employment contracts Superintendent of Schools authorized to offer employment contracts in order to complete staff assignments for the 2016-2017 school year.

    G.3. District Handbooks

    Adopt the revised district handbooks for the 2016-2017 school year as presented. a) Secondary student and parent handbook

    b) Staff handbook

    c) Adult education student policy and procedures handbook

    d) Adult education course handbooks (DMO, OA, PSS)

    G. 4. Courses of Study Approve the district courses of study as presented:

    a) Sentinel Career & Technology Center

    Career Based Intervention Independent Living

    b) Vanguard Tech Center

    American Government English

    American History Environmental Science

    Anatomy Independent Living

    Biology Math

    Business Management Medical Information Technology (Business)

    Career Based Intervention Psychology-Sociology

    Chemistry World History

    Design, Engineering & Architecture

    c) Satellite Programs

    Ag Education - Clyde

    Ag Education - New Riegel/Hopewell-Loudon, Lakota, Fremont

    Ag Education - Upper Sandusky

    Career Based Intervention - Port Clinton Middle School

    Marketing - Fostoria

    Marketing - Upper Sandusky

  • G.5. Grants for the 2016-2017 school year

    a) Accept the Adult Education ABLE (Adult Basic Literacy Education) Grant in the amount of $216,248.00.

    b) Accept the EL/Civics grant in the amount of $7,487.00.

    c) Accept the Improving Teacher Quality Grant (Title II-A) in the amount of $3,985.59.

    d) Accept the Career Technical and Adult education (Carl Perkins) Grant in the amount of $326,554.21.

    e) Accept the Dollar General Literacy through Technology Grant in the amount of $11,300.00.

    f) Accept the United Way/Project READ Grant in the amount of $10,217.25.

    g) Accept the Toledo Community Foundation Grant in the amount of $5,000.00.

    G.6. Donation Assorted obsolete computer equipment from Social Security Administration office, Fremont (VTC Digital Tech)

    G.7. Service agreements for the 2016-2017 school year a) Venzel Communications, Perrysburg, as the provider of district-wide Marketing, Promotion, and

    Recruitment in an amount not to exceed $66,000.00.

    b) Bradley Borer, Tiffin, for SCTC wastewater plant maintenance in an amount not to exceed $6,000.00.

    G.8. Permanent improvements and equipment purchases a) One alignment rack & machine from Smith Garage Equipment, Inc., KY, in the amount of $60,450.34 (SCTC

    Auto Technologies)

    b) Two SimPad medical simulators and manikins from Moore Medical, CT, in the amount of $16,359.98 (VTC

    Medical Aide)

    c) One John Deere tractor from Tiffin Ag & Turf in the amount of $48,300.00 (SCTC Ag)

    d) One aluminum welder & dent puller from Pro Spot, Int., CA, in the amount of $17,221.00 (SCTC Collision

    Repair)

    e) One CNC bench mill from JBH Technologies, Inc., IL in the amount of $27,012.00 (SCTC Precision Machining)

    f) 279 computers, laptops All-in-One devices and monitors from Dell Computer, TX, in the amount of $182,637.00

    (student programs & staff)

    g) 44 iPads from Apple Computer, CA in the amount of $20,516.00.

    h) Two 72-passenger Lion school buses from Bobbys Truck & Bus Repair in the amount of $97,274.00 each

    (student transportation)

    i) One 45 diesel aerial construction lift from Skyworks, LLC, Toledo, in the amount of $35,000.00 (district

    construction trades)

    G.9. Textbooks Approve the following textbook purchases for the 2016-2017 school year:

    Textbook Vendor Building Program Quantity Total

    Marketing Essential Text/Online Subscriptions McGraw-Hill Fostoria Marketing 18 $2,142.57

    Integrated Advertising, Promotion, Marketing

    Communications Pearson Fostoria Marketing 15 $1,928.25

    Science of Animal Agriculture 4th edition Cengage Leaning Lakota Ag 25 $5,243.70

    Foundations in Personal Finance (digital) Lampo Group LLC SCTC Ag 15 $1,252.41

    Teaching and Learning with Technology Textbooks Pearson SCTC

    Careers in

    Education 25 $2,381.25

    Becoming a Teacher 10th Edition Pearson SCTC

    Careers in

    Education 25 $2,566.75

    Cosmetology 13 Edition and 3 year access to MindTap Cengage Leaning SCTC Cosmetology 35 $9,538.38

    CompTIA Cloud Essentials Certification Study Guide Amazon SCTC Digital Tech 25 $638.50

    Medical Terminology: A Living Language Pearson SCTC Health Careers 46 $4,345.62

    Nursing Assisting-A Foundation in Caregiving 4th Edition Hartman Publishing SCTC Health Careers 36 $1,597.68

    DHO Simmers Health Science Book Cengage Leaning SCTC Health Careers 25 $3,856.13

    Medical Terminology: A Living Language Pearson SCTC STNA 20 $1,889.24

    Auto Body Repair Technology 6th edition Cengage Leaning VTC

    Collision

    Repair 30 $5,817.00

    World History & Geography Modern Times (Print & digital) McGraw-Hill VTC Social Studies 40 $4,053.86

    Total $47,251.34

  • Opportunities shall be given to the public to address regular or special meetings of the Board; however, the Board shall not be obligated to consider the problem or request of a petitioner unless the matter has been sent to each individual member of the Board of Education and

    the Superintendent of Schools in writing at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting, excluding Sundays and legal holidays.

    G.10. Cooperative Agreements for the 2016-2017 school year a) Seneca County Red Cross Shelter for community disaster emergency shelter no fee

    b) Sandusky County Red Cross Shelter for community disaster emergency shelter no fee

    H. Financial Consent Agenda The Treasurer recommends that the Board of Education approve the Financial Consent Agenda Items

    H.1. through H.3. Action by the Board of Education in Adoption of the Consent Agenda means that

    all items are adopted by one single motion unless a member of the Board or the Treasurer requests that

    any that any such items be removed from the consent agenda and voted upon separately.

    H.1. Monthly Financial Reports a) Fiscal Year Analysis b) Fiscal Data Graphs

    c) Financial Summary Report

    d) Investment Report e) Appropriation Amendments

    f) Check Payment Register

    H.2. General Fund Transactions

    Approve the following transfers:

    a) Transfer $1,800,000.00 from General Fund (001) to Permanent Improvement Fund (003) b) Transfer $409,321.00 from General Fund (001) to OSFC Maintenance Fund (034)

    H.3. Temporary Appropriations Approve FY17 temporary appropriations in the amount of $4,384,000.00 for the period beginning July 1, 2016.

    I. Non-Consent Action Item

    I.1. Facilities Projects Approval Accept the bids for the facilities projects and award contracts as follows:

    BID PACKAGE/CONTRACT CONTRACTOR TOTAL

    Adult Ed window replacement Capitol Aluminum $104,900.00

    VTC/Adult Ed window change order 39 additional

    windows

    Capitol Aluminum $43,446.00

    VTC/Adult Ed restrooms Mosser Construction $119,460.00

    SCTC PSS facility Clouse Construction $576,879.00

    I.2. Resolution Approval Approve a resolution authorizing and directing the President of the Board of the Vanguard-Sentinel Joint

    Vocational School District, Fremont, Ohio, to formally approve a Community Reinvestment Area Agreement

    between the Village of Sycamore and Roloc Holdings, Inc.

    J. Legislative Liaison Report

    K. Board Initiated Business

    K.1. Appoint OSBA Delegate and Alternate for the 2016 Capital Conference.

    L. Executive Session

    M. Adjournment

    Next meeting: August 10, 2016 at the Sentinel Career & Technology Center

    http://www.vsctc.org/BOE/Board%20of%20Education/Treasurer/Jun%2016/Treasurers%20Report%20Jun%202016.pdf

  • VANGUARD-SENTINEL CAREER and TECHNOLOGY CENTERS

    BOARD OF EDUCATION

    REGULAR MEETING MINUTES SUMMARY

    May 19, 2016

    7717. Minutes of the April 21, 2016 regular meeting approved.

    7718. Agenda approved as presented.

    7719. Consent Agenda approved as presented:

    Personnel

    Secondary Student Fees effective 2016-2017 school year

    Student/staff uniform purchases

    Cooperative agreement and memberships

    7720. Financial Consent Agenda approved as presented:

    Monthly Financial Reports

    7721. Adjournment.

  • MINUTES OF THE VANGUARD-SENTINEL CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY CENTERS

    BOARD OF EDUCATION REGULAR MEETING

    ADMINISTRATION CENTER, FREMONT, OHIO, MAY 19, 2016 _____________________________________________________________________________________________

    The Vanguard-Sentinel Career and Technology Centers Board of Education met for its regular meeting on Thursday, May

    19, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. in the Administration Center, Fremont, Ohio.

    The meeting was called to order by Tim Damschroder2, President, at 6:31 p.m.

    The Board recited the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.

    The following members responded to roll call: Beamer, Bowman, Drusbacky, Greenslade, Kinley, Koehler, Ranker,

    Thompson, Widman, Young, and Damschroder. Lehmann and Reinhart were absent.

    MOTION #7717

    Drusbacky moved and Widman seconded the motion to approve the minutes of the April 21, 2016 regular meeting. The vote

    on this motion was all Yes by Drusbacky, Widman, Bowman, Greenslade, Kinley, Koehler, Ranker, Thompson, Young

    and Damschroder. Beamer abstained. A No vote was not heard. Motion carried.

    Administrative reports and discussion

    MOTION #7718

    Beamer moved and Young seconded the motion to approve the Agenda (Additions, deletions, movement of consent agenda

    items) as presented. The vote on this motion was all Yes by Beamer, Young, Bowman, Drusbacky, Greenslade, Kinley,

    Koehler, Ranker, Thompson, Widman and Damschroder. A No vote was not heard. Motion carried.

    MOTION #7719

    Beamer moved and Greenslade seconded the motion to approve the Consent Agenda as presented.

    Superintendents reports and recommendations.

    The Superintendent recommends that the Board of Education approve the Consent Agenda Items G.1. through G.5.

    Action by the Board of Education in Adoption of the Consent Agenda means that all items are adopted by one single

    motion unless a member of the Board or the Superintendent requests that any such item be removed from the consent

    agenda and voted upon separately.

    Personnel

    a) Accept the following staff resignations: 1) Diane Thomson, VTC Educational Aide, effective June 1, 2016.

    2) Mark King, VTC Criminal Justice instructor, for the purpose of retirement effective July 1, 2016.

    b) Approve Leave without pay for Christina Hoelzle, VTC Secretary, for the 2015-2016 & 2016-2017 school year June 27-July 1, 2016 (5 days).

    c) Issue the following certified extended time supplemental contracts for the remainder of the 2015-2016 school year, at the state salary schedule rate of pay:

    Extended time instructor in accordance with CBA Article IX-A-16:

    George Byington SkillsUSA 9 days Cl I, St 5

    Floyd Collins SkillsUSA 9 days Cl III, St 11...

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