20-28 A: Approval of Minutes of July 3 Reorganization

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MINUTES

REORGANIZATION, YEAR END CLOSEOUT, AND REGULAR MEETING

 OF THE ALLEGHANY COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD

July 3, 2019

 

The Alleghany County School Board held its reorganization, year-end closeout and regular meeting on July 3, 2019, at 6:00 p.m. at Central Office Complex in Low Moor, Virginia.

 

PRESENT: Gerald E. Franson; Donnie T. Kern; R. Craig Lane; Danielle I. Morgan; Jennifer S. Seckner; Randall S. Tucker, and Jacob L. Wright.  Also present: Eugene P. Kotulka, Superintendent; Lorie C. Bess, Clerk; and Katherine Ballou, Attorney.

 

ABSENT: 

 

Mr. Kotulka presided as chairman pro tempore and called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m.  The call to order was followed by a moment of silence and the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

ELECTION OF CHAIRMAN

In his capacity as chairman pro tempore, Mr. Kotulka asked for nominations for Chairman.   Mr. Franson nominated Mr. Tucker for Chairman.

 

Hearing no other nominations, Mr. Kotulka asked for a motion to close the nominations. 

MOTION:  That the nominations for Chairman of the Alleghany County School Board be closed.

MOTION:  Mr. Lane

ROLL CALL VOTE:       Mr. Franson – YES

                                    Mr. Kern – ABSTAIN

                                    Mr. Lane – YES

                                    Mrs. Morgan – YES

                                    Mrs. Seckner – YES

                                    Mr. Tucker – YES

                                    Mr. Wright – YES         

                       

MOTION:  That Randy Tucker be elected as Chairman.

MOTION:  Mr. Franson 

ROLL CALL VOTE:       Mr. Franson – YES  

                                    Mr. Kern – ABSTAIN

                                    Mr. Lane – YES

                                    Mrs. Morgan – NO

                                    Mrs. Seckner – YES

                                    Mr. Tucker – YES

                                    Mr. Wright – NO           

By majority vote, Randy Tucker was elected as Chairman of the Alleghany County School Board and presided over the remainder of the meeting.    

 

ELECTION OF VICE CHAIRMAN

Chairman Tucker asked for nominations for Vice-Chairman.  Mr. Kern nominated Mr. Wright.  Mr. Lane nominated Mr. Franson.

Hearing no other nominations, Chairman Tucker asked for a motion to close the nominations. 

MOTION: That the nominations for Vice-Chairman of the Alleghany County School Board be closed.

MOTION: Mrs. Seckner  

ROLL CALL VOTE:       Mr. Franson – YES

                                    Mr. Kern – ABSTAIN

                                    Mr. Lane – YES

                                    Mrs. Morgan – YES

                                    Mrs. Seckner – YES

                                    Mr. Tucker – YES

                                    Mr. Wright – YES                                             

 

Because two nominations were made, a roll call vote was taken and each Board Member stated who they wished to elect for Vice Chairman. 

ROLL CALL VOTE:       Mr. Franson – Mr. Franson

                                    Mr. Kern – Mr. Wright

                                    Mr. Lane – Mr. Franson

                                    Mrs. Morgan – Mr. Wright                                   

                                    Mrs. Seckner – Mr. Wright

                                    Mr. Tucker – Mr. Franson

                                    Mr. Wright – Mr. Wright

By majority vote, Mr. Wright was elected as Vice Chairman of the Alleghany County School Board. 

 

APPOINTMENT OF CLERK

MOTION:  That Lorie C. Bess shall serve as Clerk of the Board.

MOTION:   Mrs. Seckner   

SECOND:  Mrs. Morgan

ROLL CALL VOTE:  Unanimous                                                

APPOINTMENT OF DEPUTY CLERK

MOTION: That Fred C. Vaughan shall serve as Deputy Clerk.

MOTION:  Mr. Lane   

SECOND: Mrs. Seckner

ROLL CALL VOTE:       Mr. Franson – YES 

                                    Mr. Kern – ABSTAIN

                                    Mr. Lane – YES

                                    Mrs. Morgan – YES

                                    Mrs. Seckner – YES

                                    Mr. Tucker – YES

                                    Mr. Wright – YES                                             

  

DESIGNATION OF SUPERINTENDENT’S DESIGNEES

Chairman Tucker, upon recommendation of the Superintendent, designated Fred Vaughan, Keven Rice, and Elizabeth Heath to serve as superintendent’s designees in his absence

 

DESIGNATION OF RECORDERS

Chairman Tucker, upon recommendation of the Superintendent, designated Lorie Bess and Fred Vaughan to serve as recorders.

 

APPOINT FOUR REPRESENTATIVES TO JACKSON RIVER TECHNICAL CENTER JOINT BOARD OF CONTROL

MOTION:  That Mr. Franson, Mr. Lane, Mr. Tucker, and Mr. Wright be appointed to the Jackson River Technical Board of Control

MOTION:   Mr. Wright

SECOND:  Mrs. Seckner

ROLL CALL VOTE:  Unanimous

APPOINT ONE REPRESENTATIVE TO JACKSON RIVER GOVERNOR SCHOOL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

MOTION:  That Jacob Wright be appointed to the Jackson River Governor School Executive Committee for 2019-2020.

MOTION:  Mrs. Seckner

SECOND: Mr. Lane

ROLL CALL VOTE:  Unanimous                          

APPOINT DELEGATE AND ALTERNATE TO VSBA DELEGATE CONVENTION

The Chairman and Vice Chairman will serve as the voting delegate and alternate to represent Alleghany County Public Schools during the 2019 Virginia School Board Association Convention in November. 

 

APPOINT THREE REPRESENTATIVES TO SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON BOARD GOVERNANCE

Chairman Tucker appointed Mr. Lane, Mrs. Seckner, and Mr. Wright to the committee.

MOTION:  That the Board approve Mr. Lane, Mrs. Seckner, and Mr. Wright to serve on the Special Committee on Board Governance.

MOTION:  Mr. Franson

SECOND:  Mr. Lane

ROLL CALL VOTE:  Unanimous

 

SUPERINTENDENT ADVISORY COMMITTEES

Mr. Kotulka reviewed the process for appointing representatives to advisory committees to the superintendent.  The following appointments were made:

 

Committee on Joint School Services – Gerald Franson and Jacob Wright

Salary Committee – Craig Lane, Danielle Morgan, and Jennifer Seckner 

 

(20-01) PROVISION OF REQUIRED CODE OF VIRGINIA DOCUMENTS*

Pursuant to the Code of Virginia, Section 2.2-3702, Mr. Kotulka reminded School Board members that they are to read and familiarize themselves with the provisions of the Virginia Freedom of Information Act, the Virginia Conflict of Interest Act (School Board Policy BBFA), and the Virginia Public Records Act.  A copy of each document was provided to all Board members.  

 

(20-02) ACCEPTANCE OF VSBA CODE OF CONDUCT*                                                                                           

Mrs. Seckner read the Code of Conduct and asked all Board members who agreed with the Code of Conduct to please sign the form.

MOTION: That the VSBA Code of Conduct be adopted as presented.

MOTION:  Mrs. Seckner  

SECOND: Mr. Lane

ROLL CALL VOTE:  Unanimous

(20-03) LOCATIONS OF ALLEGHANY COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD POLICY MANUALS

Mr. Kotulka reported that copies of the Alleghany County School Board Policy Manual are available to the public at the Central Office Complex at 100 Central Circle, Low Moor, VA, and in each school’s office and library. He noted the policy manual is also available on the school website, per state statutory requirement. 

 

(20-04) APPROVAL OF 2019-2020 CALENDAR OF SCHOOL BOARD MEETINGS AND EVENTS*

The calendar was reviewed at the May and June meetings.    

MOTION: That the Board approve the 2019-2020 calendar of School Board meetings and events, as presented.

MOTION:   Mr. Franson    

SECOND:  Mr. Lane

ROLL CALL VOTE:  Unanimous    

COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION

(20-05) 2019 VSBA MEDIA HONOR ROLL COMMENDATION:  Darrell Gleason, The Virginian Review, and Jerry Clark, The Alleghany Journal.

Mr. Gleason and Mr. Clark were presented certificates as nominees for the 2019 VSBA Media Honor Roll.  Board members thanked them for their service to the community.  

 

(20-06) PUBLIC COMMENT

Jill Shifflett (116 Dusty’s Road, Covington, VA 24426) read the following statement: “I am sending this email as a parent in the Falling Spring District, to express comments of a recent incident that has occurred.   A heated discussion took place last Monday, May 13, when a neighbor approached members of our family on our property concerning zoning regulations and animals, specifically chickens.  The discussion also brought up other aspects such as property lines and trees, of which had been previously surveyed, staked and marked. My daughter Makenzie Shifflett, a recent Alleghany High School graduate, was one of four students selected at the end of the 2017-2018 school year to receive a chicken coop from Tractor Supply, for her Senior Year.  The purchase was made possible through a grant to the Agriculture Department at AHS. Makenzie was one of 100 students chosen to attend the Residential Governor’s School for Agriculture during July 2018.  After returning home, Makenzie began an internship in August 2018 with a veterinarian at a veterinary hospital, which later became a paid internship / position.  For her senior year this past school year, Makenzie was the Vice President of the FFA, President of the Alleghany Highlands Livestock 4H Club and Vice President of the Alleghany Highlands 4H Chapter.  She was offered early admission to Virginia Tech’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences in December 2018, with a major in Animal and Poultry Science.  The 2018-2019 academic year has been quite unique.  Our children were not given a choice when the Alleghany County School System transitioned to the (100%) New Tech Network, project-based learning program.  They were however, offered various choices in electives and activities / clubs, to accompany core curriculum courses.  My role as a parent is to be supportive in their education and to encourage them and other students, where applicable.  In the trial year two years ago, I was asked to participate as a representative from WestRock, for students to give presentations of their work to community leaders in the Alleghany Highlands.  I was able to attend both the Fall and Spring Extravaganzas where students and teachers displayed classroom projects and gave presentations of progress over this past academic year. Makenzie completed the following courses during high school, which I believe has had an influence on her career path:  Animal Systems paired with Biology, both Small Animal Care I and Production Technology paired with Chemistry, and both Natural Resources and Small Animal Care II paired with Ecology; alongside Honors-level core subjects of English, Math and History.  I am proud of ALL of our children and the work that has taken place, including high honors and awards of being selected to attend National Conventions with two of our children with FFA and FCCLA.  (Makenzie had a prior commitment of attending the Presbyterian Youth Triennium at Purdue University in July, when the FFA Poultry Project was selected for the National Convention.  Another student was selected to attend in her place.) Makenzie has also challenged herself to receive the FFA State Degree, of which she will be awarded in June at Virginia Tech’s Blacksburg Campus.  Makenzie purchased four baby chicks at the beginning of the 2018-2019 academic year and has witnessed their growth since.  She has been responsible for taking care of them; providing food, treats, water, shelter and a cleanly area in which to grow.  She has experienced the life cycle, as 1 of the 4 did not survive the winter.  From being nurtured under a heat lamp above a tote bin, to learning to climb the ladder in the chicken coop, to an enclosed outside area.  The 3 remaining chickens began to produce eggs in late January, early February, thus being another aspect of growth and tracking of progress in their life cycle and project.  In the spring, their wings were clipped and the coop was moved to a larger enclosed area.  This past Wednesday, May 15, when the animals were checked after school, 1 of the 3 chickens had died and was in the bottom level of the coop, 3 days before graduation.  During Makenzie’s internship at the veterinary hospital, a pot-bellied pig was brought in from a family who raised domestic pot-bellied pigs, as well as farm hogs.  The family had brought her in to spare it from other hogs that were bullying the pig.  In lieu of not being able to take in the animal and avoid being euthanized, Makenzie rescued the domestic pot-bellied pig and brought her home in a cat carrier borrowed from the veterinarian.  Not having enough hair and with skin visible, the pig was brought into our garage and kept with blankets, bedding material and a heat-lamp for warmth.  From the winter months of having feed and vitamin supplement to grow a coat of her own, an outside area would be built for her in the summer.  Makenzie has full ownership in Coalie, and as with the chickens, she has purchased all of the supplies to care for the animals; vitamin supplement, blueberry mini pig treats, feed, treats, fruit and numerous toys- with her own work money.  As part of Coalie’s morning feed, she gets her favorite treat of an apple.  She enjoys other fruits, but by far the apple seems to be the best.  Coalie has had an area of a 3-bay concreted garage as her space, with blankets, a carpet section, and toys for where she sleeps.  She has a harness and a leash and is walked in our yard and in our neighborhood.  I have sent emails and texts, along with having numerous face-to-face conversations about Coalie and how she started as a pig that was rescued, to being our pet with a little tail wagging like a dog when you talk to her and play with her, and how she has become my “daily life therapy”. Sunday night was her first night being outside in her new area. Out of all of our children that still go to middle and high school, each one has participated in some way with the cleanliness and nurturing of these animals.  Makenzie and Cody, being at the stage in life where decisions are being made about their futures and careers, have had the most involvement.  For Makenzie and completing her senior year as a highly ranked honor student, maintaining A-Honor Roll, challenging herself to obtain FFA State Certification, working after school daily - and on various holidays and weekends, participating in club activities and church activities, pet-sitting for various families while on vacation; all while having responsibilities of providing for living creatures.  Cody, as a junior, also ranked highly in his class, maintaining A-Honor Roll, completing higher math at DSLCC towards his high school credit, enrolling in DSLCC privately for the Spring semester in Electrical & Instrumentation and Welding- taking night classes/labs, participating in sports and club activities, completing side-jobs for various families; also while taking on the responsibility in addition to Makenzie, for the animals.  I couldn’t be more proud!  On Friday, May 17, Patrick and I received a certified letter from Alleghany County regarding Violation of R1 Zoning, due to a complaint of having animals; livestock/fowl.  From the school projects and the care that has been given, it had not occurred to us that we were in any violation, and certainly not a blatant disregard for the Zoning.  After thinking about the situation, 1 of the 3 birds - although with clipped wings – jumped out of the enclosed area at times and free-roamed until we were able to put her back inside for that day.  At that time, we would have been in violation due to free-roaming.  As of May 15, that particular bird is no longer alive and will not be jumping out.  As stated in the letter, an Appeal Application can be obtained and steps completed to appeal the directive to “cease immediately”, activities of which the letter was sent.  We will abide by the letter and obtain an Appeal Application, with the intent of completing steps as necessary, for consideration of an appeal.  As part of the appeal process, a public hearing may be required.  In the event of a public hearing, I may request additional literature on the process of the New Tech Learning Program and project-based learning, only for use as a guide for others to better understand the new classroom environment, and how it relates to real-world experiences.  As a parent, I will support our children’s education, particularly in our rural area where population and growth trends have declined.  The traditional style of learning has transitioned with modern-age techniques and technology, necessary to be competitive and successful in today’s world.  Best Regards, Jill W. Shifflett–Ramsey”

 

(20-07) SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER AND SUPERINTENDENT COMMENTS

Mrs. Seckner thanked everyone for attending the meeting.  She thanked Ms. Shifflett for her comments and stated it is neat to see how the New Tech program has helped her daughter.  She stated she hoped everyone enjoyed the rest of their summer. 

 

Mr. Franson thanked Ms. Shifflett for her comments and stated it is a good reminder of now New Tech was the way to go for our division.  He congratulated Darrell Gleason and Jerry Clark on their VSBA Media Honor Roll nominations.  He thanked the staff and stated they are very appreciated. 

 

Mr. Lane thanked Darrell Gleason and Jerry Clark for all they do and congratulated them on their VSBA Media Honor roll nominations.  He thanked Ms. Shifflett for her comments and stated we really have to think ahead with the projects for New Tech.  He stated he is looking forward to a new school year with everyone and especially the new faces. 

 

Mr. Kern wished everyone a happy July 4th. He thanked Ms. Shifflett for her report and stated it is good to hear her daughter is so engaged in her project.  He stated he hoped the County would consider her appeal and get this resolved because she was doing it from an educational standpoint.  He congratulated Mr. Gleason and Mr. Clark on their nominations.   

 

Mrs. Morgan thanked everyone for attending the meeting.  She thanked Ms. Shifflett for speaking and encouraged her to let the Board know how they can help.  She thanked Mr. Gleason and Mr. Clark for making sure the public hears what the Board is saying and doing. 

 

Mr. Wright congratulated Randy Tucker on being elected as Chairman.  He congratulated Ryan Whiting and Mason Carter (JRTC students) on their recent welding competitions at the National Conference.  He noted Mr. Whiting won the National Championship.  He offered his support to Ms. Shifflett and stated he would be happy to speak with his Board of Supervisor representative on her behalf.  He congratulated Mr. Gleason and Mr. Clark and stated they both do a great job reporting public events.  He welcomed Kate Ballou, board attorney.  He wished everyone a happy July 4 and thanked James Griffith, Board of Supervisor representative, and Jeff Irvine, mayor of Clifton Forge, for attending the meeting.  

 

Mr. Tucker thanked everyone for attending the meeting.  He stated this would be his last year serving as chairman and he will also be retiring from work soon. He stated New Tech has been a really positive thing for our students.  He thanked Mr. Gleason and Mr. Clark for their support and exposure.  

 

Mr. Kotulka welcomed Kate Ballou, board attorney.  He thanked Ms. Shifflett for her comments and stated he has known of cities changing their zoning laws to allow small livestock.  He thanked Mr. Gleason and Mr. Clark for reporting the facts and for their honesty.  He thanked Mrs. Seckner for serving as vice-chairwoman last year and Mr. Tucker for serving as chairman last year and again this year.  He congratulated Mr. Wright on being elected as this year’s vice-chairman.  He wished everyone a happy and safe July 4th holiday.

 

(20-08) CONSENT AGENDA*

The following items were included for approval.   

A.  Approval of Minutes of June 24, 2019 Regular Meeting 

B.  Final 2018-2019 year-end payment of bills

C. Field Trip Requests:

       1.    All overnight and out-of-state trips associated with Virginia High School League, and  

              district/regional/state honors band and choral competitions.

MOTION: That the items listed on the consent agenda be approved as presented.

MOTION:  Mr. Lane         

SECOND: Mr. Wright 

ROLL CALL VOTE:       Mr. Franson – YES

                                    Mr. Kern – ABSTAIN

                                    Mr. Lane – YES

                                    Mrs. Morgan – YES

                                    Mrs. Seckner – YES

                                    Mr. Tucker – YES

                                    Mr. Wright – YES         

 

BUDGET AND FINANCE

(20-09) BUDGET REPORT*

School Operating Fund

$1,679,775.02

School Textbook Fund

$1,192,917.03

Alleghany Foundation Nursing Grant

$54,549.81

Governor’s School

$210,055.53

Scholarship

$75,684.74

School Capital

$3,127,290.83

Medicaid Reimbursement

$207,064.17

New Tech Program

$295,191.38

Grand Total

$6,842,528.51

 

(20-10) FINAL 2018-2019 YEAR-END FUND BALANCE TRANSFERS*

Mr. Rice reviewed the 2018-2019 final year-end fund balance transfers.

 

SUPERINTENDENT REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

(20-11) CALENDAR INFORMATION*

Mr. Kotulka reminded the Board of the following meetings:

- July 9, 12:00 – JRTC Joint Board of Control at JRTC (Reorganization meeting)

- August 2 - Division-wide Convocation at Clifton Middle School, Gleason Forum Hall       

- August 8 – School opens

- August 19 – Regular monthly meeting at Central Office Complex (pending calendar approval)

- August monthly calendar

 

(20-12) INVITATION TO ATTEND AUGUST 2, 2019 DIVISION-WIDE CONVOCATION

Convocation will be held August 2, 2019, beginning at 8:30 a.m. in the Gleason Forum Hall at Clifton Middle School.  All employees shall attend.  All board members were invited. 

 

(20-13) APPROVAL OF STANDARD DAY SCHEDULE FOR 2019-2020*

No changes were recommended from the 2018-2019 academic year. 

MOTION: That the Board approve the 2019-2020 Standard Day Schedule, as presented.

MOTION:  Mr. Wright         

SECOND: Mr. Lane 

ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous

 

(20-14) WEB FILTERING CHANGES FOR JUNIORS AND SENIORS*

Following the school board’s action on February 25, 2019, several web filtering modifications were enabled for our students who were enrolled in grades 11 and 12.

  1. Enabled restricted-mode access to Youtube.
  2. Enabled access to advertisements (assistive with the proper rendering of web content.)
  3. Enabled access to Auctions/Shopping sites.
  4. Enabled access to selected digital forums.
  5. Enabled access to selected radio and tv content.

-One parent elected to opt-out of the approved trial. 

-Students’ Internet usage was continuously monitored.

-No access violations were noted.

-No complaints were received.

 

Mr. Alleman requested authorization to enable web filtering modifications for all juniors and seniors, noting:

-Parents will be offered an opportunity to opt-out. 

-Internet traffic will be monitored and usage reports will be generated.

-Access violations will be reported to the high school’s administrative team.

 

MOTION: That the Board authorize web filtering modifications for all juniors and seniors, as presented.

MOTION:  Mrs. Morgan          

SECOND: Mr. Wright 

ROLL CALL VOTE:   Unanimous

           

(20-15) OUT-OF-SCHOOL CONNECTIVITY SURVEY*

On March 20, 2017, the results of an Out-of-School Connectivity Survey were shared with the school board.  Mr. Alleman requested authorization to complete a follow-up survey with a planned distribution date of August 8, 2019.

 

  1. The survey will be distributed along with other student registration documents.
  2. The survey results will be compiled and shared with the school board in October.
  3. The survey questions will be revised but the revision will be shared with the board in advance of distribution.
  4. If applicable, respondents will share their street address information.
  5. Results will be shared with the members of the Alleghany Highlands Broadband Committee.

 

MOTION: That the Board authorize an Out-of-School Connectivity Survey.

MOTION:  Mrs. Seckner         

SECOND: Mr. Lane 

ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous 

 

(20-16) SCHOOL SECURITY EQUIPMENT GRANT 2019-2020*

The School Security Grant Award has increased to a possible maximum of $250,000 plus required local match.  To receive the $250,000, a local match of 25% or $62,500 is required.  The grant is awarded on a competitive basis.  The list of eligible items available for the grant has expanded. This grant money would be used to expand and enhance our camera system, integrate our door entry system into the new camera system, replace our intercom systems at Alleghany High School and other buildings as needed and other improvements.  The grant application window is June 1 to August 1, 2019.

MOTION: That the Board approve the submission of the School Security Equipment Grant 2019-2020.

MOTION:  Mr. Lane         

SECOND: Mrs. Seckner 

ROLL CALL VOTE:  Unanimous            

 

(20-17) PROJECT STATUS UPDATE – SUMMER 2019*

Mr. Truett gave an update on current and projected projects for Summer 2019.

 

OTHER BUSINESS

(20-18) ADDITION TO THE AGENDA

There were no further additions to the agenda.

 

CLOSED SESSION

(20-19) CODE OF VIRGINIA: PERSONNEL 2.2-3711.A.1.

MOTION: That the School Board enter closed session to discuss Personnel Matters, as authorized by the Code of Virginia Section 2.2-3711A.1.

MOTION:   Mrs. Seckner 

SECOND:  Mr. Lane

ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous

TIME:  7:21 p.m.

 

MOTION: That the School Board return to open session from closed session.

MOTION:  Mr. Wright   

SECOND: Mrs. Seckner

ROLL CALL VOTE:  Unanimous

TIME:  7:54 p.m.

CERTIFICATION OF EXECUTIVE SESSION

The Chairman requests a motion to certify that to the best of each member’s knowledge:

  1. Only public business matters lawfully exempted from opening meeting requirements by Virginia law were discussed in the closed meeting to which this certification applies; and
  2. Only such public business matters as were identified in the motion convening the closed meeting were heard, discussed or considered by the School Board.

                                    MOTION:   Mrs. Seckner

                                    SECOND:  Mr. Lane 

                                    ROLL CALL VOTE:       Mr. Franson - YES

                                                                        Mr. Kern - YES

                                                                        Mr. Lane - YES 

                                                                        Mrs. Morgan - YES

                                                                        Mrs. Seckner - YES

                                                                        Mr. Tucker - YES

                                                                        Mr. Wright - YES                                  

 

                                                                        7 -YES            0 – ABSENT      0 - NO    

                                                                        TIME:  7:55 p.m.                      

 

 

________________________________________          _____________________________________

Randall S. Tucker, Chairman                                         Lorie C. Bess, Clerk

 

PERSONNEL

(20-20) PERSONNEL ACTIONS*

MOTION: That the Board approve the personnel agenda as presented with the addition of a full-time nurse position, as discussed in closed session and recommended by the Superintendent. 

MOTION:   Mr. Franson

SECOND:  Mr. Lane

ROLL CALL VOTE:  Unanimous

(20-21) APPROVAL OF REVISED JOB DESCRIPTION JD 2-3*

MOTION: That the Board approve revised Job Description JD 2-3 “Teacher”. 

MOTION:   Mr. Wright 

SECOND:  Mr. Lane

ROLL CALL VOTE:       Mr. Franson - YES

                                    Mr. Kern - ABSTAIN

                                    Mr. Lane - YES

                                    Mrs. Morgan - YES

                                    Mrs. Seckner - YES

                                    Mr. Tucker - YES

                                    Mr. Wright -YES    

 

ADJOURNMENT

MOTION:  That the July 3, 2019 meeting of the Alleghany County School Board be adjourned.

MOTION:  Mrs. Seckner 

TIME: 7:57 p.m.

 

 

_______________________________________             _____________________________________

Randall S. Tucker, Chairman                                          Lorie C. Bess, Clerk