2015-03-16 - Board Agenda

FOSTORIA BOARD OF EDUCATION

Regular Meeting
AGENDA

Monday, March 16, 2015
6:00 p.m.

Fostoria Junior/Senior High School
1001 Park Avenue
Fostoria, OH 44830

DR. THOMAS GUERNSEY, President

JOSEPH SHEAK, Vice President

PATRICK GRINE

SHARON STANNARD

ANTHONY THOMPSON

ANDREW R. SPRANG, Superintendent
NORMAN M. ELCHERT, Treasurer

I. CALL TO ORDER

II. ROLL CALL

GRINE___; SHEAK___; STANNARD ___; THOMPSON___; DR. GUERNSEY ___

III. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE & MOMENT OF SILENT REFLECTION
Led by FIES Students

IV. RECOGNITION OF SPECIAL GUESTS
~ 5/6 Grade Quiz Bowl students and advisor, Erika Hossler- Introduced by
FIES Principal Tera Matz:

1. Quinton Ausburger
2. Wyatt Cobb
3. Nikia Ferguson
4. Aiden Landis
5. Trevor Nowicki
6. Khloe Olin
7. Shay Olin
8. Timothy Seagro

V. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON AGENDA ITEMS

VI. ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS
Norman M. Elchert, Treasurer
Andrew R. Sprang, Superintendent

• Public Hearing on School Calendar Andrew R. Sprang, Superintendent

VII. Motion to go into Executive Session for the purpose(s) of:

_____ a) consideration of the appointment, employment, dismissal, discipline, promotion, demotion or compensation of an employee, student, or school official

_____ b) investigate charges or complaints against a public employee, official, licensee, or student unless such employee, official, licensee or student requests a public meeting; except that consideration of the discipline of a Board member for conduct related to the performance of his/her duties or his/her removal from office shall not be held in executive session

_____ c) consideration of the purchase of property for public purposes, or sale of property at competitive bidding, if premature disclosure of information would give an unfair competitive or bargaining advantage to a person whose personal, private interest is adverse to the general public interest

_____ d) discussion, with the Board’s legal counsel, of disputes involving the Board that are the subject of pending or imminent court action

_____ e) preparing for, conducting, or reviewing negotiations or bargaining sessions with public employees concerning their compensation or other terms and conditions of employment

_____ f) matters required to be kept confidential by Federal law or rules or state statutes

_____ g) specialized details of security arrangements and emergency response protocols where disclosure might reveal information that could jeopardize the District’s security

_____ h) consideration of confidential information related to the marketing plans, specific business strategy, production techniques, trade secrets, or personal financial statements of an applicant for economic development assistance, or negotiations with other political subdivisions respecting requests for economic development assistance, provided that both of the following conditions apply:

1. the information is directly related to a request for economic development assistance that is to be provided or administered under one of the statutes referenced in R.C. 121.22(G)(8)(1), or that involves public infrastructure improvements or the extension of utility services that are directly related to an economic development project, and

2. a unanimous quorum of the Board or its subcommittee determines, by a roll call vote, that the executive session is necessary to protect the interests of the applicant or the possible investment or expenditure of public funds to be made in connection with the economic development project

GRINE___; SHEAK___; STANNARD ___; THOMPSON___; DR. GUERNSEY ___

Motion Passed: _____ Motion Failed: _____

Time In: ___________ Time Out: _________

*At this time, members of the public wishing to leave may do so.

VIII. TREASURER RECOMMENDATIONS:

A. The Treasurer recommends the following for Board action:

1. Approval of the minutes from the following Board of Education meetings:

a. Work Session/Meeting of February 9, 2015
b. Regular Meeting of February 16, 2015

2. Approval of the following February 2015 Financial Statements:
a. Cash Reconciliation and Investment
b. FINSUM (Financial Summary)
c. General Fund Report
d. APPRES (Amended Appropriations)
e. Amended Certificate of Estimated Resources

3. Motion to thank, and accept the donations to the Jack & Carolyn Markoff Endowment Fund from the following individuals:

(1) Dr. Richard Markoff
(2) Gary D. Markoff
(3) Patricia A. Loscudo
(4) Michael S. Meek

GRINE___; SHEAK___; STANNARD ___; THOMPSON___; DR. GUERNSEY ___

Motion Passed: _____ Motion Failed: _____

IX. Motion to approve the following resolution:

RESOLUTION NO. 15-02

WHEREAS, This Board of Education in accordance with the provisions of law has previously adopted a Tax Budget for the next succeeding fiscal year commencing July 1st, 2015 and

WHEREAS, The Budget Commission of Seneca County, Ohio has certified its action thereon to this
Board together with an estimate by the County Auditor of the rate of each tax necessary to be levied by this Board, and what part thereof is without, and what part is within, the ten mill limitation; therefore, be it

RESOLVED, By the Board of Education of the FOSTORIA CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT, Seneca
County, Ohio that the amounts and rates, as determined by the Budget Commission in its certification,
be and the same are hereby accepted; and be it further

RESOLVED, That there be and is hereby levied on the tax duplicate of said School District the rate of each tax necessary to be levied within and without the ten mill limitation as follows:

SCHEDULE A

SUMMARY OF AMOUNTS REQUIRED FROM GENERAL PROPERTY TAX APPROVED BY
BUDGET COMMISSION, AND COUNTY AUDITOR'S ESTIMATED TAX RATES

FUND Amount to Be Derived from Levies Outside 10 Mill Limitation Amount Approved by Budget Commission Inside 10 Mill Limitation County Auditor's Estimate of Tax Rate to Be Levied
Inside 10 Mill Limit Outside 10 Mill Limit
Column II Column IV V VI

General Fund 6,609,886 564,624 3.30 50.98

Bond Retirement Fund 641,618 3.75

Permanent Improvement 226,334 1.73

TOTAL 7,477,839 564,624 3.30 56.46

SCHEDULE B
LEVIES OUTSIDE 10 MILL LIMITATION, EXCLUSIVE OF DEBT LEVIES
Fostoria City School District Maximum Rate Authorized to Be Levied County Auditor's Estimate of Yield of Levy (Carry to Schedule A, Column II)
GENERAL FUND:
Current Expense Levy authorized by voters on 00/00/76 3.30 3,291,733
for not to exceed Continuing years.

Current Expense Levy authorized by voters on 00/00/76 20.90
for not to exceed Continuing years.

Current Expense Levy authorized by voters on February 5, 1980 5.90
for not to exceed Continuing years.

BOND ISSUE authorized by the voters as 4.9 mills on 5.00 641,618
February 4, 1992 not to exceed 23 years. 2/11/13 extended to 2015 based on need

Current Expense Levy authorized by voters on August 2, 1994 7.80 1,080,189
for not to exceed Continuing years.

Permanent Improvement-Ongoing Levy authorized by voters on 1.73 226,334
November 2, 1993 for not to exceed Continuing years.

Emergency ($1,687,327) authorized by the voters as 7.51 mills on 8.06 1,379,052
May 3, 2011 not to exceed 5 years.

Substitute($1,800,000) authorized by the voters as 8.32 mills on 8.32 1,423,537
May 7, 2013 not to exceed Continuing years.
61.01 8,042,463

Fostoria City School District

Tax Revenue Estimates for Tax Year 2015 (Calendar Year 2016)

Tax Rate Type Inside/ Voted Date Voted Levied Years

3.30 Mills General Fund n/a Inside n/a Continuing

5.00 Mills Bond Bond Voted 2/4/1992 1992-2015*
*updated 2/13/11
20.90 Mills Current Expense Additional Voted 00-00-76 Continuing

5.90 Mills Current Expense Additional Voted 2/5/1980 Continuing

7.80 Mills Current Expense Additional Voted 8/2/1994 Continuing

1.73 Mills Permanent Improvement Replacement Voted 11/2/1993 Continuing

8.06 Mills Emergency ($1,687,327) Emergency Voted 5/3/2011 2012-2016

8.32 Mills Substitute ($1,800,000) Substitute Voted 5/7/2013 Continuing

61.01

Estimates Based on
2014 Valuation Totals
Collected 2015

Fostoria City School District Total
AGR-RES 119,946,050
OTHER 40,718,600
UTILITY REAL 339,050
UTILITY PERS 10,094,520
PERSONAL -
TOTAL 171,098,220 ***includes Hancock & Wood Counties

Estimated
Levy Eff. Rate A Eff. Rate B Full Rate Revenue

General Fund 3.300000 3.300000 3.30 564,624

1999 Bond 3.750000 3.750000 3.75 641,618

1976 Current Expense 9.754677 16.681502 20.90 2,065,914

1980 Current Expense 3.233701 5.206519 5.90 661,195

1994 Current Expense 5.679234 7.800000 7.80 1,080,189

1994 Permanent Improvement 1.149192 1.730000 1.73 226,334

2012 Emergency ($1,687,327) 8.060000 8.060000 8.06 1,379,052

2013 Substitute ($1,800,000) 8.320000 8.320000 8.32 1,423,537

Total Rate 43.246804 54.848021 59.76

TOTAL TAX ESTIMATE FOR FISCAL YEAR 2015-2016: $8,042,463
CE Reimbursement $208,769
Non-CE Reimbursement $37,000
Fixed Sum Reimbursement $818,251

Total $9,106,482

FY15 FY15
ACTUAL ESTIMATED FY15
Nov-14 MAY 2015 ESTIMATED
INSTALLMENT OF INSTALLMENT OF ANNUAL
TPP FIXED RATE TPP FIXED RATE TPP FIXED RATE
OPERATING OPERATING OPERATING
LEVY LOSS LEVY LOSS LEVY LOSS
DISTRICT COUNTY REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT
Fostoria City SD Seneca $104,384.61 $104,384.61 $208,769.22

FY15 FY15
ACTUAL ESTIMATED FY15
NOVEMBER 2014 May-15 ESTIMATED
INSTALLMENT OF INSTALLMENT OF ANNUAL
TPP FIXED RATE TPP FIXED RATE TPP FIXED RATE
NON-OPERATING NON-OPERATING NON-OPERATING
LEVY LOSS LEVY LOSS LEVY LOSS
REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT
$18,499.83 $18,499.83 $36,999.66

FY15 FY15
ACTUAL ESTIMATED FY15
Nov-14 May-15 ESTIMATED
INSTALLMENT OF INSTALLMENT OF ANNUAL
TPP FIXED SUM TPP FIXED SUM TPP FIXED SUM
LEVY LOSS LEVY LOSS LEVY LOSS
REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT
$545,500.54 $272,750.27 $818,250.81

FY15 FY15
ACTUAL ESTIMATED FY15
Nov-14 May-15 ESTIMATED FY15
INSTALLMENT OF INSTALLMENT OF ANNUAL ESTIMATED
TPP DEBT TPP DEBT TPP DEBT TOTAL
LEVY LOSS LEVY LOSS LEVY LOSS TPP LEVY LOSS
REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT
$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $1,064,019.69

GRINE___; SHEAK___; STANNARD ___; THOMPSON___; DR. GUERNSEY ___

Motion Passed: _____ Motion Failed: _____

X. SUPERINTENDENT RECOMMENDATIONS:

A. The Superintendent recommends approval of the following personnel items: (All employment of personnel is pending completion of all required documentation/licensure requirements.)

1. Approve the following employment items:
1 EMPLOYMENT - CLASSIFIED
Individual Position Effective
Mary Coughenour Bus Driver 03/04/2015
Ali Root FJSHS Secretary 04/06/2015

2 EMPLOYMENT - CERTIFIED
Individual Position Effective
Erika Hossler Home Instruction 2014-2015

3 RESIGNATION - CERTIFIED
Individual Position Effective
Katie Goodwin FJSHS Math Teacher 04/06/2015

4 RESIGNATION - EXTENDED SERVICE CONTRACT DAYS
Individual Position Days
Jennifer Abell School Psychologist 20 days

5 EMPLOYMENT - SUPPLEMENTAL
Individual Position Effective
Julie Steinhardt IATeam - Longfellow 2014-2015
Julie Steinhardt IATeam - Riley 2014-2015

6 RESIGNATION - AGREEMENT
Individual Position Effective
Joe Fretz Asst. Softball 2014-2015

7 EMPLOYMENT-AGREEMENT
Individual Position Effective
Anitra Bolden Asst. Boys’/Girls’ Track 2014-2015
Krissy Lotycz Head Volleyball 2015-2016
Tracie Papenfus Asst. Boys’/Girls’ Track 2014-2015
Carver Williams Asst. Softball 2014-2015

8 EMPLOYMENT-VOLUNTEER
Individual Position Effective
Dave Gonyer Softball 2014-2015

2. Non-renew the following 2014-2015 Supplemental/Agreement contracts, Extended Service Contract Days, and Substitute Staff (including personnel hired in March, April, May, and June of 2015):

Supplementals
Name Positions
Abell, Jennifer Extended Service, IAT- Riley, IAT Longfellow
Armstrong, Sharon Elementary Student Council
Bates, John Head Boys' Basketball, Varsity Asst. Football
Bauman, Drew LPDC
Baxter, Amy LPDC - Alternate, Department Head - English, Co-H.S. Student Council
Bellavia, Elizabeth Vocal Music, Musical Director
Bernal, Kori LPDC-Alternate
Blakely, Amy Co-Freshmen Advisor, Co.-H.S. Student Council
Bucher, Catherine LPDC Alternate, Senior Class Advisor
Burrow, Pamela IAT - FJSHS, Sophomore Class Advisor, Jr. HS National Honor Advisor
Carnicom, Connie LPDC, Extended Service, Co-National Honor Society Advisor
Daring, Michael Department Head - Science
Downing, Jan IAT - Riley
Dunn, Andrea IAT - Riley
Earl, Shawn Extended Service
Ellis, Sandra LPDC
Elson, Tabatha IAT - FJSHS
Fant-Cousin, Kim Head Boys'/Girls' Cross Country, Youth-to-Youth Co-advisor,
Boys'/Girls' Track
Fleming, Courtney Co-Freshmen Advisor, Spanish Club Advisor
Gillis, Alexandria Co-Junior Class Advisor, Asst. Musical Director
Goodwin, Katie IAT-FJSHS
Green, Sarah H.S. Quiz Bowl
Griffin, Annette Jr. H.S. Student Council
Haupert, Jerome Jr. H.S. Football
Hollister, Michele Freshman Volleyball
Hossler, Erika Jr. H.S. Quiz Bowl (FIES 5-6)
Kaltenbach, Sara LPDC
Kauffman, Steve Ext. Service, Head Band Dir., Pep Band Dir., Sum. Band,
Asst. Musical Dir., Annual Advisor, Jr. H.S. Yearbook
Keckler, Kimberly IAT-Intermediate
Kidwell, Derek Varsity Football, Co. Jr. H.S. Athletic Director
Kleba, Nikkole Asst. Band Director
Krukemyer, Chad Girls' Tennis, Boys' Tennis, Boys' Freshman Basketball
Lance, Brooks Jr. H.S. Boys'/Girls' Basketball
Lewandowski, Arthur Department Head-Social Studies
Lewis, Krista IAT-FIES
Logan, Joyce IAT-Longfellow
Lovett, Alicia IAT - FIES, IAT - FJSHS, Extended Service
Masterson, Amy IAT - FJSHS, Co-Junior Class Advisor
Matz, Tera LPDC
Oestreich, Brian Golf, Department Head - Math, Co-National Honor Society Advisor
Pirolli, Deborah LPDC-Alternate
Riley, Sherry LPDC, LPDC Chairperson
Sharkey, Julie IAT-FIES
Sierra, Gabriel Co., Jr. H.S. Athletic Director
Skornicka, Dawn IAT-FIES
Smith, Dustin Head Baseball, Boys' Asst. Varsity Basketball
Smith, Jeremy PAC Coordinator
Smith, Nancy IAT-FJSHS
Soldner, Kristen Extended Service, IAT - FJSHS
Steinhardt, Julie Extended Service
Stultz, Amy Head Volleyball, Head Boys'/Girls' Swimming, IAT - FJSHS
Swortchek, Mathew TV Director
Tanner, Janelle IAT Riley
Theis, Tonya Hi-Y Advisor
Vogel, Teresa Extended Service , IAT - FJSHS
Weidner, Aaron Assistant Athletic Director
Whipple, Ryan IAT-Longfellow
Wines, Carol IAT-Riley
Wolf, Michele Athletic Director
Zambori-Sanford, Bethany IAT-FIES

Agreements
Ackerman, Renee Assistant Vocal Music (Pianist)
Anez, Yvette Jr. HS Cross Country, Jr. H.S. Boys'/Girls' Basketball,
Jr. HS Boys'/Girls'' Track
Angles, Nick Assistant Musical Director
Back, Katie Jr. H.S. Volleyball
Bauman, Mark Weight Room Coordinator. - Boys, Weight
Room Coordinator. - Girls
Bernal, Nate Jr. H.S. Football
Chapman, Kevin Varsity Asst. Football
Cousin, Darnell Girls' Head Basketball
Cousin, Nelson Jr. HS Cross Country, Jr. H.S. Boys'/Girls' Basketball,
Jr. HS Boys'/Girls' Track
Dicesare, Frances Jr. H.S. Volleyball
Distel, Brandon Head Wrestling
Ellis, Rob Jr. H.S. Boys'/Girls'' Basketball, Asst. Baseball
Fleming, Greg Freshmen Football
Fretz, Joe Asst. Softball
Gallina, Anthony Asst. Musical Director
Gilts, Kurt Equipment Manager
Groth, John Varsity Asst. Football
Hall, Courtney Freshmen Volleyball
Hammer, Deborah Extended Service
Hark, Kenny Asst. Swimming
Heiser, Nate Asst. Wrestling
Kauffman, Heidi H.S. Flag Corps/Majorette Dir.,
Jr. H.S. Flag Coordinator/Majorette Director
Keckler, Kevin Jr. H.S' Football, Asst. Softball
Kiser, Justin Jr. H.S. Wrestling
Moore, Clayton Head Softball, Girls' Asst. Varsity Basketball
Ottney, Ryan Varsity Asst. Football, Boys' Asst. Varsity Basketball
Papenfus, Tracie Assistant Cross Country
Parker-Dukes, Jamie Jr. HS Cheerleading
Robbins, Jeremy Freshmen Football
Smith, Cydell Co. Jr. HS Football
Stahl, Tony Co. Jr. H.S. Football
Tucker, George Varsity Asst. Football, Girls' Asst. Varsity Basketball,
Asst. Boys'/Girls' Track
Velazquez, Jose Assistant Volleyball
Wedge, Zeb Jr. H.S. Wrestling
Wilson, Cami Football Cheerleading Advisor, Basketball Cheerleading Advisor
Wilson, Carla LPDC-Secretary
Classified Substitutes
Banks, Chana Custodian
Bertog, Sherry Custodian
Bishop, Michelle Bus Driver
Bowers, Judy Custodian
Brennamen, Pam Custodian
Bush, Susan. Food Service
Butcher, Tom Custodian, Maintenance
Clark, Cindy Custodian
Cleveland, Sharon Food Service
Cofer, Leslie Food Service
Cook, Tina Custodian
Coughenour, Mary Bus Driver
Crosby-Lowery, Ellen Custodian, Food Service, Food Service Van Driver
Dyer, Catherine Custodian
Elchert, Donna Custodian
Elems, Ruth Custodian
Emahiser, Tracy Custodian
Filliater, Ed Custodian
Fry, Robert Custodian
Gunder, Frankie Custodian
Hay, Jon Bus Driver
Hunker, Vickie Custodian, Food Service
Hunter, Cynthia Custodian, Food Service, Food Service Van Driver
Huss, Lisa Custodian
Ireland, Virgil Food Service, Food Service Van Driver
Jones, Evelyn Food Service
Jurrus, Sandra Bus Driver, Custodian, Food Service, Food Service Van Driver
Litton, Terrie Bus Driver
Magrum, Dan Bus Driver
Myers, Lynnlee Bus Driver
Oswald, Elaine Bus Driver
Pace, Brenda Custodian
Pahl, Jeremy Custodian
Reinhart, Gerald Food Service, Food Service Van Driver
Scott, George Custodian, Food Service Van Driver, Maintenance
Sheets, Sheryl Food Service
Smith, Katie Bus Driver, Food Service
Souder, Joe Bus Driver
Stahl, Jim Maintenance
Stannard, Nicole Bus Driver
Swartzmiller, Alicia Bus Driver
Ward, Johnathan Custodian, Food Service

3. Non-renew the following 2014-2015 Limited Teacher Contracts:

First Name Last Name First Name Last Name
Irene Banks Derek Kidwell
Jessica Bartz Nikkole Kleba
Kelly Bates Chad Krukemyer
Amy Baxter Cristine Linhart
Elizabeth Bellavia Alicia Lovett
Stephanie Beucler Katharine Mankin
Sarah Binkley Stephanie Marlowe
Amy Blakely Amy Masterson
Laura Buchanan Jaclyn Nelson
Catherine Bucher Kandra O'Donnell
Pamela Burrow Hannah Podach
James Clevenger Drew Romigh
Lisa Click Amanda Ross
Meghan Davis Debra Self
Lisa Donelson Dustin Smith
Shawn Earl Kristen Soldner
Tabatha Elson Sheryl St. Clair
Pamela Engelmann Amy Stultz
Courtney Fleming Tiffany Swartz
Marlene Gillig Janelle Tanner
Alexandria Gillis Nichole Terres
Stephanie Golamb Terica Vaughn
Sarah Green Peggy Ward
Drew Hanley Jessica Warren
Jerome Haupert Michelle Weber
Tammy Helberg Ryan Whipple
Tracy Hushour Kelly White
Christine Jennison Carol Wines

GRINE___; SHEAK___; STANNARD ___; THOMPSON___; DR. GUERNSEY ___

Motion Passed: _____ Motion Failed: _____

4. Non-renew the following 2014-2015 Supplemental Contracts for Home Instruction (including personnel hired in March, April, May, and June of 2015):

Home Instruction
Burrow, Pamela
Elson, Tabatha
Grine, Kathy
Guernsey, Gayle
Hay, Diann
Lucadello, Toni
Reinhart, Ashley
Roach, Sherry
Rutter, Lisa
Stultz, Amy
Tanner, Janelle
Ward, Peggy
Wines, Carol

GRINE___; SHEAK___; STANNARD ___; THOMPSON___; DR. GUERNSEY ___

Motion Passed: _____ Motion Failed: _____

XI. Motion to approve the employment of Nicole Stannard as a bus driver effective March 4, 2015.

GRINE___; SHEAK___; STANNARD ___; THOMPSON___; DR. GUERNSEY ___

Motion Passed: _____ Motion Failed: _____

XII. Motion to approve the employment of David Hossler as Transportation Director effective March 16, 2015 - June 30, 2017.

GRINE___; SHEAK___; STANNARD ___; THOMPSON___; DR. GUERNSEY ___

Motion Passed: _____ Motion Failed: _____

XIII. Motion to approve the employment of Jennifer Abell as Director of Student Services effective February 23, 2015 – July 31, 2017.

GRINE___; SHEAK___; STANNARD ___; THOMPSON___; DR. GUERNSEY ___

Motion Passed: _____ Motion Failed: _____

XIV. Motion to approve the employment of Drew Bauman as FJSHS Principal effective August 1, 2015 – July 31, 2018.

GRINE___; SHEAK___; STANNARD ___; THOMPSON___; DR. GUERNSEY ___

Motion Passed: _____ Motion Failed: _____

XV. Motion to accept the resignation from Jennifer Abell as School Psychologist effective February 23, 2015 (pending employment as Director of Student Services effective February 23, 2015).

GRINE___; SHEAK___; STANNARD ___; THOMPSON___; DR. GUERNSEY ___

Motion Passed: _____ Motion Failed: _____

XVI. Motion to accept the resignation from Drew Bauman as FJSHS Assistant Principal effective July 31, 2015 (pending employment as FJSHS Principal effective August 1, 2015).

GRINE___; SHEAK___; STANNARD ___; THOMPSON___; DR. GUERNSEY ___

Motion Passed: _____ Motion Failed: _____

XVII. Motion to approve the 2015-2016 service agreement between the Seneca County Board of Developmental Disabilities and the Fostoria City School District.

GRINE___; SHEAK___; STANNARD ___; THOMPSON___; DR. GUERNSEY ___

Motion Passed: _____ Motion Failed: _____

XVIII. Motion to approve the Redmen Pride Marching Band trip to Chicago, IL to participate in the McDonald’s Thanksgiving Day Parade November 22-24, 2016.

GRINE___; SHEAK___; STANNARD ___; THOMPSON___; DR. GUERNSEY ___

Motion Passed: _____ Motion Failed: _____

XIX. Motion to approve the 2015-2016 College Credit Plus program agreement with the following colleges/universities:

1. Owens Community College
2. Terra State Community College
3. Tiffin University
4. University of Findlay

GRINE___; SHEAK___; STANNARD ___; THOMPSON___; DR. GUERNSEY ___

Motion Passed: _____ Motion Failed: _____

XX. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS

XXI. Motion to go into Executive Session for the purpose(s) of:

_____ a) consideration of the appointment, employment, dismissal, discipline, promotion, demotion or compensation of an employee, student, or school official

_____ b) investigate charges or complaints against a public employee, official, licensee, or student unless such employee, official, licensee or student requests a public meeting; except that consideration of the discipline of a Board member for conduct related to the performance of his/her duties or his/her removal from office shall not be held in executive session

_____ c) consideration of the purchase of property for public purposes, or sale of property at competitive bidding, if premature disclosure of information would give an unfair competitive or bargaining advantage to a person whose personal, private interest is adverse to the general public interest

_____ d) discussion, with the Board’s legal counsel, of disputes involving the Board that are the subject of pending or imminent court action

_____ e) preparing for, conducting, or reviewing negotiations or bargaining sessions with public employees concerning their compensation or other terms and conditions of employment

_____ f) matters required to be kept confidential by Federal law or rules or state statutes

_____ g) specialized details of security arrangements and emergency response protocols where disclosure might reveal information that could jeopardize the District’s security

_____ h) consideration of confidential information related to the marketing plans, specific business strategy, production techniques, trade secrets, or personal financial statements of an applicant for economic development assistance, or negotiations with other political subdivisions respecting requests for economic development assistance, provided that both of the following conditions apply:

1. the information is directly related to a request for economic development assistance that is to be provided or administered under one of the statutes referenced in R.C. 121.22(G)(8)(1), or that involves public infrastructure improvements or the extension of utility services that are directly related to an economic development project, and

2. a unanimous quorum of the Board or its subcommittee determines, by a roll call vote, that the executive session is necessary to protect the interests of the applicant or the possible investment or expenditure of public funds to be made in connection with the economic development project

GRINE___; SHEAK___; STANNARD ___; THOMPSON___; DR. GUERNSEY ___

Motion Passed: _____ Motion Failed: _____

Time In: ___________ Time Out: _________

XXII. Motion for Adjournment

GRINE___; SHEAK___; STANNARD ___; THOMPSON___; DR. GUERNSEY ___

Motion Passed: _____ Motion Failed: _____