TSBA Day on the Hill – February 21st
Letter from Dick Grayson regarding National School Board Week (Info #3)
Position statement from TOSS concerning TSBA and trust issues (Info #4)
Local Government Insurance Pool (Info #5)
Personnel decisions made by Director of Schools Leaves
Donna Kerley – extension of medical leave without pay (January 16-February 6)
Linda Yates – medical leave without pay for one day (January 20) Transfer
Dr. Sandi Fisher – transferring from full-time to part-time as grant writer/evaluator
The Johnson County School System does not discriminate on the basis of disability in the programs and activities which it operates pursuant to the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Public Law 101-336. If you need provisions to attend this Board of Education meeting, please notify Minnie Miller, Director of Schools, at (423) 727-2640.
Approve purchase of 1996 Ford F350 pick-up truck for maintenance/transportation program – amount $6,050 from State Surplus Lot
Personnel Decisions Made by Director of Schools: Retirement
Willie Hammons, Vocational Director
April Lipford from substitute school nutrition employee to full-time school nutrition
employee at Roan Creek Elementary Leave
Heather Robinson – maternity leave for six weeks beginning February 1, 2006
Action Taken on Agenda Items
The meeting was called to order by the chairman, Mr. Gregg. The roll was called with all members present: Mr. Buckles, Mr. Carlton, Mr. Gambill, Ms. Stout, Mr. Gregg and Ms. Wachs, student member. Audrey Reece, Recorder.
After a moment of silence, Ms. Miller led in the Pledge to the American Flag.
Recognition of visitors or delegations: The SkillsUSA (VICA) Club from the Vocational School was present. Mr. Gregg asked the Vice-President, Matthew Gentry, to make introductions. The following students were present: Katie Sluder, Historian Brittany Jenkins, Secretary Chip Gentry, President Tiffany Conover, Treasurer Keisha McQueen, Reporter Shasta Poteet, Parliamentarian David South & Cathy McCulloch, instructors
There was no one in the audience who wished to address the board.
5. Mr. Gregg asked if anyone wanted to pull any item off the consent agenda for individual discussion and action. Getting no response, he asked for a motion to approve the entire consent agenda as recommended. A motion was made by Mr. Gambill, seconded by Mr. Carlton, and passed by unanimous roll call vote to approve the consent agenda as recommended. This included the following amendments.
General Purpose Court
Rec. from Ind. Schools