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School Board Meeting June 9, 2009
Posted on Sunday, August 09 @ 23:36:17 EDT by Admin

Board meeting notes, etc.

Important content:

Board Policy update: Mr. O’Reilly led a discussion with members of the Board regarding the concept of the proposed OSBA – provided policy for the School District. Ms. Peters discussed tobacco policy. Ms. Lithgow discussed student presentations at Board meetings. Mr. O’Reilly discussed the student dress code. He also discussed home schooling student participation in extracurricular activities.

Approve awarding Mr. Gildo Ciccone his high school diploma from the Class of 1945. He was activated on March 17, 1945 to serve in World War II.



RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS
MINUTES OF THE GRANDVIEW HEIGHTS CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION
Regular Meeting June 9, 2009

The Grandview Heights City School Board met in regular session pursuant to the rules section 3313.15 of the Ohio Revised Code at the John Glenn Community Center with Ms. Lithgow in the Chair. Addendum items to these minutes are contained herein and are a part of these minutes. The agenda prepared for this meeting immediately follows these minutes. The Board of Education endeavors to prepare audio tape recordings of its regular meetings. The tape recording of this meeting is on file at the Office of the Board of Education.
Call to Order (I): President Lithgow called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m.
Roll Call (II): The following persons were present:
Members Present: Kathy Lithgow, President Gary Heydinger, Member Anita Keller, Member John Kessler, Member Joanne Peters, Member (5)
Others Present: Edward O’Reilly, Superintendent of Schools Jane Adkins, Instructional Assistant Bob Baeslack, Middle School Principal Kathy Binau, Director of Pupil Services Bethany Black, visitor Brian Bowser, Stevenson Elementary Principal Cathryn Chellis, District Technology Director Erin Engle, Visitor Carol Hamilton, Food Service Director Steve Hedge, High School Teacher
Chris King, Parent Richard Mathes, Parent Katie Maxfield, Director of Curriculum Kevin McCarthy, Visitor Tammy McCune, Assistant Treasurer Emily Meister, Visitor Courtney Price, Child Care Director Anastasia Snyder, Parent Cameron Snyder, Student Jesse Truett, High School Principal Alan Froman, Grandview ThisWeek Greg Jones, Tri-Village News David Knisley, Treasurer
Pledge of Allegiance and Silent Meditation (III): President Lithgow led the Pledge of Allegiance and silent meditation.

Recognition of Academic Achievement and Outstanding Contributions (IV-A): The following recognition of academic achievement and outstanding contributions occurred at this time.
1. Grandview Heights Middle School Science Olympiad, Grades 6-9: Mr. Baeslack introduced members of the Science Olympiad team who achieved other accomplishments apart from the Science Olympiad team. John Leutz and Mindy Stoltz coached the nineteen members of the team. The program is supported by the Ohio State University. Our team was the regional champions and placed seventh out of forty schools at the state tournament. Students introduced themselves stating their name, grade and favorite event.
2. Tri-Village Rotary Bobcat Award Winner – Paula Frank: Mr. O’Reilly introduced Paula Frank, winner of the Tri-Village Rotary Bobcat Award. He read portions of her nomination forms.

Recognition of Guests and Hearing of Public (IV-B): President Lithgow asked if anyone wished to address the Board at this time.
1. Rick Mathes described bullying that develops in childhood and continues to adulthood. He said that adult bullying maybe manifest through litigious activities with teachers.

Executive Session (IX): The Board considered entering into executive session at this time.
MOTION 09-056: Dr. Heydinger moved to enter into executive session at this time to discuss the negotiations with the GHESSA.
Ms. Peters seconded the motion. On roll call, the members voted as follows: Heydinger, yes; Keller, yes; Kessler, yes; Lithgow, yes; Peters, yes. 5 yes.
The president declared the motion carried and the meeting entered into executive session at 7:53 p.m.
At this time, members of the Board, superintendent, food service director, middle school principal, treasurer, and assistant treasurer met to conduct the executive session in the middle school principal’s conference room. The tentative agreement with the GHESSA was discussed. The Board resumed regular session at 8:05 p.m.

Minutes (V): President Lithgow asked if there were any corrections, additions, or deletions to the minutes of the previous meetings. There were none.
MOTION 09-057: Mrs. Keller moved to approve the minutes of the May 12, 2009, regular meeting as presented by the treasurer.
Dr. Heydinger seconded the motion. On roll call, the members voted as follows: Keller, yes; Kessler, yes; Lithgow, yes; Peters, yes; Heydinger, yes. 5 yes. The president declared the motion carried.

Treasurer's Report (VI-A): Mr. Knisley reviewed the following financial information at this time.
MOTION 09-058: Ms. Peters moved to approve the following financial items.
1. May financial reports at they are contained as addendum items to these minutes.
2. Payment of May bills. (Motion 09-004 authorized the payment of all bills as they are due).
3. Investments for the month of May, 2009. (Motion 09-004 authorized the investment of funds).
4. Appropriation modifications dated May 31, 2009, as they appear on the addendum items to these minutes.
Dr. Heydinger seconded the motion. On roll call, the members voted as follows: Kessler, yes; Lithgow, yes; Peters, yes; Heydinger, yes; Keller, yes. 5 yes. The president declared the motion carried.

Board Reports (VI-B):
Joanne Peters – Legislative Liaison: Ms. Peters reported that Friday morning was the last legislative committee meeting. New members were in attendance. The senate version of the proposed state budget was discussed.
Anita Keller - Student Achievement Liaison: No report was presented at this time.
Child Care Report (VI-C): Mrs. Price reported that the summer program is in session.
Buildings and Grounds Report VI-D): Mr. O’Reilly reported that the replacement of the Stevenson gym floor is under consideration at this time. The work should be done over a 3-4 week period this summer. The repair/replacement of the bleachers used by the band in the stadium is is also under consideration. New bleachers are expected to be installed in the end zone area. Mr. O’Reilly fielded questions from members of the Board.
Food Service Report (VI-E): Mrs. Hamilton reported that very little product was left over at the end of the school year.
Technology Report (VI-F): No additional information was presented.
Curriculum Report (VI-G): Mrs. Maxfield reported that at 3-day curriculum mapping session is in progress and is part of the District’s summer professional development program.

Superintendent's Report (VI-H): The superintendent reported on the following item.
1. State funding proposal: Mr. O’Reilly highlighted pieces of the Senate version of the proposed budget. Open enrollment and community school student funding is placed back on the shoulder of local public school districts. The personal property tax hold-harmless reimbursements continue at 100% during the biennium. Mr. O’Reilly also noted over $300,000 to be received in stimulus dollars from the federal government through CCIP.
2. Board Policy update: Mr. O’Reilly led a discussion with members of the Board regarding the concept of the proposed OSBA – provided policy for the School District. Ms. Peters discussed tobacco policy. Ms. Lithgow discussed student presentations at Board meetings. Mr. O’Reilly discussed the student dress code. He also discussed home schooling student participation in extracurricular activities.

Recommendations from the Superintendent for action by the Board of Education (VII):
Curriculum & Instruction (VII-A): There were seven items of curriculum and instruction to be considered at this time. All were approved in the motions below.
MOTION 09-059: Dr. Heydinger moved to approve the following items of curriculum and instruction.
1. Field Trip: Approve a field trip for girls’ basketball camp from June 26 through June 28, 2009. They will travel to Notre Dame in school vans and be accompanied by Coach Steve Hall and parents. The cost per student is $225.00.
2. Field Trip: Approve a field trip for football camp from July 19 through July 21, 2009. They will travel to the Douglass farm in Yellow Springs, Ohio by bus and will be accompanied by Coach Jason Peters and 6 chaperones. There is no cost to the students.
3. Field Trip: Approve a field trip to band camp from July 26 through July 31, 2009. They will travel to Ohio Wesleyan University by bus and will be accompanied by Kie Watkins and 8 chaperones. The cost per student is $240.00.
4. Field Trip: Approve a field trip for high school wrestling from July 21 through July 25, 2009. They will travel to the University of Michigan in school vans and be accompanied by Coach Andy DiSabato and parents. The cost per student is $425.00.
6. Field Trip: Approve a field trip for the high school boys’ basketball from June 13 through June 14, 2009. They will travel to Capital University in parent vehicles and will be accompanied by Coach Ray Corbett. There is no cost to the student.
7. Field Trip: Approve a field trip for the high school boys’ basketball from June 26 through June 28, 2009. They will travel to the University of Cincinnati in a school van and parent vehicles and will be accompanied by Coach Ray Corbett and 2 chaperones. The cost per student is $250.00.
Mrs. Keller seconded the motion. On roll call, the members voted as follows: Lithgow, yes; Peters, yes; Heydinger, yes; Keller, yes; Kessler, yes. 5 yes. The president declared the motion carried.

MOTION 09-060: Dr. Heydinger moved to approve the following items of curriculum and instruction.
5. High School Diploma: Approve awarding Mr. Gildo Ciccone his high school diploma from the Class of 1945. He was activated on March 17, 1945 to serve in World War II.
Mrs. Keller seconded the motion. On roll call, the members voted as follows: Peters, yes; Heydinger, yes; Keller, yes; Kessler, yes; Lithgow, yes. 5 yes. The president declared the motion carried.

Board Policy and Procedure (VII-B): There were three items of board policy and procedure to be discussed at this time.
MOTION 09-061: Ms. Peters moved to approve the following item of board policy and procedure.
1. Resolution of Participation – Drug-Free Schools Consortium: Adopt the resolution of participation for the 2009-2010 school year as it appears as an addendum item to these minutes.
The Board of Education for the Grandview Heights City Schools authorizes membership in and payment for services by the Educational Council’s Safe and Drug-Free Schools Consortium for 2009-2010. Dr. Heydinger seconded the motion. On roll call, the members voted as follows: Heydinger, yes; Keller, yes; Kessler, yes; Lithgow, yes; Peters, yes. 5 yes. The president declared the motion carried.

MOTION 09-062: Dr. Heydinger moved to approve the following item of board policy and procedure.
2. G.H.E.S.S.A. Settlement Agreement and Salary Schedule: Approve the 3-year Settlement Agreement with the Grandview Heights Educational Support Staff Association and Salary Schedule, as presented by the negotiating team including compensation and benefits for the 2009-2010, 2010-2011 and 2011-2012 school years as it appears as an addendum item to these minutes.
Ms. Peters seconded the motion. On roll call, the members voted as follows: Peters, yes; Heydinger, yes; Keller, yes; Kessler, yes, Lithgow, yes. 5 yes. The president declared the motion carried.
President Lithgow outlined various changes to the GHESSA Settlement Agreement. The GHESSA agreed to a zero percent base wage increase for the first year of the contract recognizing
the current difficult economic times.

MOTION 09-063: Mrs. Keller moved to approve the following item of board policy and procedure.
3. Acceptable Use Policy: Adopt the Acceptable Use and Internet Safety Policy for the 2009-2010 school year as it appears as an addendum item to these minutes.
Mr. Kessler seconded the motion On roll call, the members voted as follows: Kessler, yes; Lithgow, yes; Peters, yes; Heydinger, yes; Keller, yes. 5 yes. The president declared the motion carried.

Business and Finance (VII-C): There were eight items of business and finance to be discussed at this time.
MOTION 09-064: Dr. Heydinger moved to approve the following items of business and finance.
1. Adjust 2008-2009 Fiscal Year Appropriations: Authorize the Treasurer to adjust the 2008-2009 fiscal year appropriations to prevent deficit balances in any accounts as of June 30, 2009. All modifications must remain within the approved “Amended Official Certificate of Estimated Resources” from the Franklin County Auditor. A list of modifications will be presented to the Board at the regular meeting in July.
2. Employee Group Health Insurance Agent: Approve the extension of the group health insurance agency agreement dated June 10, 2003 with the Group Benefits Agency for a one-year period beginning July 1, 2009 at an annual fee of $25,000 to be paid in monthly installments of $2,083.33.
3. Employee Group Insurance: Approve three employee group insurance providers as follows:
a. Group Health Insurance: United Health Care Choice Plus Plan 059. Monthly premiums are: single, $494.49; employee and spouse, $877.07; employee and child, $808.40; family, $1,177.30. UHC Choice Plus Plan 116 monthly premiums are: single, $310.52; employee and spouse, $550.76; employee and child, $507.64; family, $739.29. Monthly Board contributions to H.S.A. accounts are: single, $83.34; any family combination, $166.68. Group Benefits Agency is the agent of record.
b. Group Dental Insurance: Delta Dental Plan. Monthly premium is $84.98. This premium reflects no increase. Group Benefits Agency is the agent of record.
c. Group Life Insurance: American United Life Insurance. Monthly premium is $9.31/$49,00.00. RHK Group is the agent of record.
4. Transfer to Food Service Fund: Authorize the treasurer to transfer up to $35,000.00 from the General Fund to the Food Service Fund in June 2009.
5. ITSCO Membership for 2009-2010: Approve the 2009-2010 Membership Agreement with Instructional Technology Services of Central Ohio, Inc., as it is contained as an addendum item to these minutes.
Free Basic Services and Additional Technology Services: $75.00 per building
6. Disposal of Equipment/Furniture: Approve the disposal of the items listed below:
a. High School 6738 Canon PC1035 digital camera broken
b. Cafeteria Services
Taylor Yogurt Machine compressor out
7. Grandview Heights Public Library Budget: Pursuant to the recommendation of the Grandview Heights Public Library, approve the 2010 Budget.
8. MEC Alternate: Appoint an alternate for a two-year term, effective for 2009-2010 and 2010-2011. Alternate Kathy Lighgow
Ms. Peters seconded the motion. On roll call, the members voted as follows: Lithgow, yes; Peters, yes; Heydinger, yes; Keller, yes; Kessler, yes. 5 yes. The president declared the motion carried.

Personnel (VII-E): The superintendent recommended the approval of twelve items of personnel.
MOTION 09-065: Dr. Heydinger moved to approve the following items of personnel.
1. Resignation: Accept the following resignation:
a. Jennifer Dexter, Stevenson teacher assistant, effective at the end of the day June 30, 2009
2. Tutor Contract: Approve employment for the 2009-2010 school year for the following:
a. Jean Balser, ESL Tutor, 10 hours per week, Class IV, Step 12, effective August 25, 2009
3. One-year Limited Contracts: Approve the following one-year limited contracts for the 2009-2010 school year:
a. Bethany Black, high school English, Class IV, Step 1, $42,265.00 (1.0 FTE)
b. Erin Engle, high school media specialist, Class V, Step 10, $62,478.00 (1.0 FTE)
c. Kevin McCarthy, high school English, Class IV, Step 1, $42,265.00 (1.0 FTE)
d. Emily Meister, high school math, Class III, Step 6, $42,705.99 (.83 FTE)
e. Christopher Blados, kindergarten, Class I, Step 5, $22,051.00 (.50 FTE)
4. Job Coach: Approve employment of a job coach for the 2009-2010 school year to work 2.25 hours per day with a high school student who requires job training. The job coach services would be provided in lieu of career center training and transportation. Compensation would be determined by the appropriate step on the Teacher Assistant salary schedule.
5. Increase Teacher Assistant Time: Approve increasing the vacant teacher assistant position at Stevenson Elementary from 3.5 hours per day to 6 hours per day for the 2009-2010 school year.
6. 2009 Extended School Year Contracts: Approve the following contracts for 2009 ESY. The ESY committee has recommended services for thirteen students as listed below. The teachers will submit time sheets for the extended time including 12% planning time to the treasurer.
a. Blair Sweeney Up to 8 hours, $32.64 ESY Instruction – 1 student
b. Connie Wirtz Up to 26 hours, $36.89 ESY Instruction – 2 students
c. Kate Kerr Up to 40 hours, $36.89 ESY Instruction – 2 students
d. Kristine Urig Up to 41 hours, $32.64 ESY Instruction – 2 students
e. Naome Allison Up to 80 hours, $32.64 ESY Instruction – 2 students
f. Susan Gafford Up to 26 hours, $36.89 ESY Speech/Language – 4 students
7. Summer Workshop Training Stipends: Approve the following stipends for 2009 summer workshop training (Summer Academy) @ $100/session:
a. Naome Allison
b. Marc Alter
c. Rob Ballinger
d. Lin Bensen
e. Cheri Brown
f. Stacy Butrynski
g. Eileen Covell
h. Vince DeTillio
i. Lori Downer
j. Vicki Dunlevy
k. Susan Falk
l. Lindsay Graves
m. Steve Hedge
n. Jo Lee
o. Karen Lorenz
p. Denise Lutz
q. Kevin McCarthy
r. Lydia McLaughlin
s. Emily Meister
t. Betsy Moutvic
u. Jason Peters
v. Roni Pettit
w. Diane Powell
x. Jennifer Reed
y. Jill Walker
z. RaeAnna Wieland
aa. Bethany Black
bb. Erin Engle
cc. Steve Hall
dd. Deb Kaufman
ee. Kate Kerr
gg. Kathi Swary
hh. Connie Wirtz
ii. Ann Getz
jj. Doug Page
8. Supplemental Duty Contracts: Approve the following supplemental duty contract for the 2008-2009 school year:
a. Eric Pickering, 6th Grade Camp, Class IX, $275.64
Approve the following supplemental duty contracts for the 2009-2010 school year:
a. Ray Corbett, Basketball Boys Head Coach, Class 1-3-(M), $6,431.60
b. Walter Teeters, Basketball Boys Asst. Varsity Coach, Class IV-3-(M), $4,042.72
c. Matthew Siegel, Basketball Boys JV Coach, Class IV-1-(3), $2,572.64
d. Steve Hall, Basketball Girls Head Coach, Class 1-3-(M), $6,431.60
e. Jill Walker, 7th Grade Basketball Girls Coach, Class V- 2-(7), $2,756.40
f. Courtney Kuyper, 8th Grade Basketball Girls Coach, Class V- 2-(7), $2,756.40
g. Jason Peters, Football Head Coach, Class 1-3-(M), $6,431.60
h. Michael Case, Football HS Asst. Coach, Class IV-3-(M), $4,042.72
i. Robert Hunter, Tennis Girls JV Coach, Class VI-3-(M), $2,205.12
j. Jon Wilhelm, Cross Country Head Coach, Class III-2-(7), $3,858.96
k. Julian Stanwood, Cross Country MS Coach, Class VI-1-(4), $1,470.08
l. Kevin Richards, Golf Head Coach, Class III-1-(4), $3,123.92
m. Joe Hecker, Site Manager, Athletics--Fall, Class V-1-(3), $2,205.12
n. Joe Hecker, Site Manager, Athletics--Winter, Class V-1-(3), $2,205.12
o. Mike Merna, Soccer Girls Head Coach, Class II-3-(M), $5,145.28
p. Rebecca Wade-Mdivanian, Soccer Girls JV Coach, Class V-1-(4), $1,477.43 (.67 FTE)
q. Jill Walker, Soccer Girls MS Coach, Class V-1-(1), $2,205.12
r. Steve Hall, Tennis Girls Head Coach, Class III-3-(M), $4,777.76
s. Ray Corbett, Head Boys Tennis Coach, Class III-3-(M), $4,777.76
t. Andy DiSabato, Wrestling Head Coach, Class I-3-(M), $6,431.60
u. Michelle Chavanne, Girls Basketball, Asst. Varsity Coach, Class IV-2-(8), $3,123.92
v. Terry Eisele, Soccer Girls Asst. Varsity Coach, Class V-2-(8), $1,819.22 (.66 FTE)
w. Brian Neidenthal, Soccer Boys Head Coach, Class II-2-(9), $4,226.48
x. Colin Todd, Soccer Boys Asst. Varsity Coach, Class V-1-(2), $2,205.12
y. James Kane, Soccer Boys JV Coach, Class V-1-(4), $2,205.12
z. Jeremy Rummer, Soccer Boys MS Coach, Class V-2-(7), $2,756.40
aa. Kelly Anders, Mentor (Bethany Black), Class VIII-1-(1), $735.04
bb. Steve Hall, Mentor (Emily Meister), Class VIII-1-(3), $735.04
cc. Joseph Hecker, Mentor (Kevin McCarthy), Class VIII-1-(3), $735.04
dd. Denise Lutz, Mentor (Erin Engle), Class VIII-1-(1), $735.04
ee. Blair Sweeney, Mentor (Christopher Blados), Class VIII-1-(1), $735.04
ff. Kie Watkins, Marching Band Director, Class I-3-(M), $6,431.60
gg. Andrew Grega, Vocal Music Director, Class I-3-(M), $6,431.60
hh. Scott Heath, Marching Band Asst. Director, Class IV-3-(10), $4,042.72
ii. Andrew Grega, Music Director, HS Musical, Class IV-3-(M), $4,042.72
jj. Katherine Kelsey, Yearbook HS Advisor, Class IV-2-(6), $3,123.92
kk. Kathi Swary, Freshman Class Advisor, Class VIII-3-(M), $1,470.08
ll. RaeAnna Wieland, Sophomore Class Advisor, Class VIII-1-(2), $735.04
mm. Jill McNaughton, Junior Class Advisor, Class VI-1-(3), $1,470.08
nn. Kevin Richards, Senior Class Advisor, Class VI-3-(M), $2,205.12
oo. Carmen Mendoza, Key Club Advisor, Class VI-1-(1), $735.04 (.50 FTE)
pp. Kristi Urig, Key Club Advisor, Class VI-1-(1), $735.04 (.50 FTE)
qq. Kelly Anders, National Honor Society Advisor, Class VII-1-(3), $551.28 (.50 FTE
rr. Deb Kaufman, National Honor Society Advisor, Class VII-1-(4), $551.28 (.50 FTE
ss. Mark Johnson, Newspaper HS Advisor-First Semester, Class VII-2-(6), $1,470.08
tt. Mark Johnson, Newspaper HS Advisor-Second Semester, Class VII-2-(6), $1,470.08
uu. Kie Watkins, Pep Band Advisor, Class VII-3-(M), $1,837.60
vv. Katherine Kelsey, Art HS Club Advisor, Class VIII-2-(6) $1,102.56
xx. Jo Ellen Lee, In The Know Advisor, Class VIII-1-(1), $735.04
yy. Greg Wieland, Science HS Club Advisor, Class VIII-3-(M), $1,470.08
zz. Carmen Mendoza, Spanish Club Advisor, Class VIII-2-(8), $1,102.56
aaa. Andrew DiSabato, Strength & Conditioning Coach – Fall, Class V-3-(M), $3,675.20
bbb. Jason Peters, Strength & Conditioning Coach – Winter, Class V-2-(9), $2,756.40
ccc. Andrew DiSabato, Strength & Conditioning Coach – Spring, Class V-3-(M), $3,675.20
ddd. Stephen Hedge, French Exchange Student Advisor, Class VIII-2-(8), $1,102.50
9. Boys Basketball Camp: Approve payment to the following for hours worked at the boys’ basketball camp. Proceeds from Camp Fees will cover payments to coaches.
a. Ray Corbett, $25.00 per hour up to $2,500.00
b. Matt Siegel, $20.00 per hour up to $1,600.00
c. Jim Fronk, $20.00 per hour up to $1,600.00
d. Jack Quinichett, $20.00 per hour up to $1,000.00
e. Walter Teeters, $20.00 per hour up to $1,000.00
10. Substitute Employees: Approve the following classified substitute employees for the 2009-2010 school year, effective July 1, 2009:
a. Gary Essig Custodian
b. Gary McDannald Custodian
c. Robert Michaelis Custodian
d. Martina Pichardo Custodian
e. Albert Rossetti Custodian
11. Approve the following employee for the 2009-2010 school year, effective August 20, 2009:
a. Shana Kmetz, Recreation Leader, Step 1, 4 hours day
Approve the following employees for the 2009 summer staff, effective June 8, 2009:
a. Lindsay Noll, Recreation Leader substitute
b. Elizabeth Waldo, Recreation Leader substitute
Approve the following step increases for summer 2009 staff, effective July 1, 2009:
a. Stacey Brunst, from Step 1 to Step 2
b. Jennifer Rill, from Step 2 to Step 3
Approve the following Team Leader step increases for the 2009-2010 school year, effective July 1, 2009:
a. Sherri Derby, from Step 13 to Step 14
b. Trisha Gibson, from Step 9 to Step 10
c. Amy Kooyenga, from Step 3 to Step 4
d. Maria McCallister, from Step 3 to Step 4
e. Kelly Miller, from Step 11 to Step 12
f. Virginia Ponzani, from Step 4 to Step 5
g. Laura Harkleroad, from Step 7 to Step 8
Approve the following Recreation Leader step increases for the 2009-2010 school year, effective July 1, 2009:
a. Edilia Falasca, from Step 8 to Step 9
b. Kelly Burt, from Step 1 to Step 2
c. Barbara Scott, from Step 13 to Step 14
d. Peggy Swope, from Step 1 to Step 2
12. Ohio Graduation Test Intervention: Approve the following
a. Ann Getz, OGT Science Intervention up to 10 hours, $36.89 per hour
Mrs. Keller seconded the motion. On roll call, the members voted as follows: Peters, yes; Heydinger, yes; Keller, yes; Kessler, yes; Lithgow, yes. 5 yes. The president declared the motion carried.

Co/curricular Activities (VII-F): There were no items of co/curricular activity to be considered at this time.
Other Business (VII-G): There were no items of other business to be considered at this time.
Items for Discussion (IX): There were no items of discussion at this time.

Executive Session (X): The Board considered entering into executive session at this time.
MOTION 09-066: Mrs. Keller moved to enter into executive session at this time to discuss the employment of two public employees.
Ms. Peters seconded the motion. On roll call, the members voted as follows: Heydinger, yes; Keller, yes; Kessler, yes; Lithgow, yes; Peters, yes. 5 yes. The president declared the motion carried and the meeting entered into executive session at 9:22 p.m.
At this time, members of the Board, superintendent, attorney, treasurer and assistant treasurer met in the middle school principal’s conference room to conduct the executive session. The employment of two public employees was discussed including the evaluation of the superintendent.
The meeting resumed regular session at 10:49 p.m. in the John Glenn Community Center.

Grandview Yard: Mr. O’Reilly will provide information to the Board regarding progress on the Grandview Yard development.

Adjournment (X): President Lithgow called for a motion to adjourn.
MOTION 09-067: Ms. Lithgow moved to adjourn.
Mrs. Keller seconded the motion. On roll call, the members voted as follows: Kessler, yes; Lithgow, yes; Peters, yes; Heydinger, yes; Keller, yes. 5 yes. The president declared the motion carried and the meeting adjourned at 10:52 p.m.


 
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