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2018-04-18 - Board Minutes

The Fostoria Board of Education met for a regular meeting at 6:06 p.m. on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 at the Fostoria Junior/Senior High School.

The meeting was called to order by President Dr. Thomas Guernsey with the following members present: Mr. P. Grine, Mr. T. Grine, Mrs. Kauffman, Ms. Stannard, and Dr. Guernsey

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE & MOMENT OF SILENT REFLECTION

RECOGNITION OF SPECIAL GUESTS
Riley Elementary students recognized for their “Why I am Proud to be a Redmen” essay:

Mrs. Gaunt’s 1st Grade
 Alaina Caudill
 Lily Hutchinson
 Taylor O’Leary
 Manuel Valero

Mrs. Marlowe’s 1st Grade
 Grayson Bauman
 Cecilia Bringman
 Aliyah Grine
 Tinley Holman
 Avalon Sprang

Mrs. Davoli’s 2nd Grade
 Haley Edwards
 Tay Harrison
 Jordan Preble
 Sophie Schmidt

Mrs. Kieffer’s 2nd Grade
 Izzy Engle
 Adelayde Guernsey
 Carlito Hernandez
 Ariyah Leaf
 Mikela Sauval

Mrs. White’s 2nd Grade
 Annie Kopp
 Gabby Lydston
 Marisol Sarmiento
 AntJuan Scott
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON AGENDA ITEMS - None

ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS
Sue E. Lehmann, Treasurer
Andrew R. Sprang, Superintendent

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

MOTION NO. 18-057 POLICY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:
Mr. P. Grine moved to approve the first reading to adopt the following revised/new Board policies*:

Policy # Policy Policy Status
1520 Employment of Administrators Revision
2105 Vision and Mission of the District Revision
4120.05 Employment of Substitute Educational Aides New
4121 Criminal History Record Check Revision
4162 Drug and Alcohol Testing of CDL License Holders Revision
5111 Eligibility of Resident/Nonresident Students Revision
5112 Entrance Requirements Revision
5136 Personal Communication Devices Revision
5200 Attendance Revision
5330 Use of Medication. Revision
5530 Drug Prevention Revision
6233 Amenities for Participants at Mtgs. and/or Other Occasions Revision
6680 Recognition Revision
7300 Disposition of Real Property/Personal Property Revision
7530 Lending Board-Owned Equipment Revision
7540 Technology Revision
7540.01 Technology Privacy Revision
7540.02 Web Content, Services and Apps Revision
7540.03 Student Technology Acceptable Use and Safety Revision
7540.04 Staff Technology Acceptable Use and Safety Revision
7540.05 District-Issued Staff E-Mail Account New
7540.06 District-Issued Student E-Mail Account New
7542 Access to District Technology and/or Information Resources from Personal Communication Devices New
7543 Utilization of the District's Website and Remote Access to the District's Network New
8305 Information Security New
8400 School Safety Revision
8600.04 Bus Driver Certification Revision
9141 Business Advisory Council New

*The above policies are available for review at the Administration Office, 1001 Park Avenue, Fostoria, OH 44830.

Ms. Stannard seconded the motion and on roll call the vote was: Mr. P. Grine, aye; Ms. Stannard, aye; Mr. T. Grine, aye; Mrs. Kauffman, aye; and Dr. Guernsey, aye. The President declared the motion passed.

MOTION NO. 18-058 TREASURER RECOMMENDATIONS:
Mrs. Kauffman moved to approve the following Treasurer recommendations:

A. Motion to approve the minutes of the following Board of Education meetings:

(1) Work Session of March 14, 2018
(2) Regular Meeting of March 21, 2018

B. Motion to approve the following Financial Statements for March 2018 as submitted:

(1) Cash Reconciliation
(2) FINSUM (Financial Summary)
(3) General Fund Report - March
(4) All Checks Report
(5) Amended Appropriations
(6) AppSum

C. Motion to approve the Five Year Forecast and Assumptions for FY18-22 as submitted.

D. Motion to accept, and thank, Mr. Craig McKenzie, Tiffin, OH, for the donation of ten (10) pre-tuned frame drums and mallets to the Fostoria City Schools music department.

Mr. T. Grine seconded the motion and on roll call the vote was: Mrs. Kauffman, aye; Mr. T. Grine, aye; Mr. P. Grine, aye; Ms. Stannard, aye; and Dr. Guernsey, aye. The President declared the motion passed.

MOTION NO. 18-059 SUPERINTENDENT RECOMMENDATIONS:
Mrs. Kauffman moved to approve the following Superintendent recommendations:

A. Motion to approve the following personnel items:

(All employment of personnel is pending completion of all required documentation/licensure requirements.)

1. RETIREMENT - CLASSIFIED
Individual Position Effective
Mary Bringman Paraprofessional 06/01/2018
25 years of dedicated service to Fostoria City Schools students.

2. RESIGNATION - CLASSIFIED
Individual Position Effective
Robyn Holman Food Service I 04/18/2018

3. EMPLOYMENT - CLASSIFIED
Individual Position Effective
Chelsea Lambright Elementary Secretary (225 Day 2 Yr. Ltd. Contract-FIES 04-30-2018
Ashley Oestreich Business/Fiscal Secretary/Receptionist (260 Day Secretarial Continuing Contract) 04/30/2018

4. EMPLOYMENT – CLASSIFIED SUBSTITUTE
Individual Position Effective
Beth Kiehl Custodian 2017-2018

B. Motion to approve Hollis Reinbolt, Food Service Supervisor, to be compensated at the rate of $200.08 per diem (not to exceed 15 days), per time sheet submitted, for facilitation of the 2018 Summer School Food Service Program.

Mr. P. Grine seconded the motion and on roll call the vote was: Mrs. Kauffman, aye; Mr. P. Grine, aye; Mr. T. Grine, aye; and Ms. Stannard, nay; Dr. Guernsey, aye. The President declared the motion passed.

MOTION NO. 18-060 SECRETARIAL RESIGNATION
Mrs. Kauffman moved to accept Ashley Oestreich’s resignation from her 220 Day Secretarial Continuing Contract (Intermediate Elementary School) effective April 30, 2018.

(Pending approval of employment as Business/Fiscal Secretary/Receptionist – 260-day contract)

Mr. T. Grine seconded the motion and on roll call the vote was: Mrs. Kauffman, aye; Mr. T. Grine, aye; Mr. P. Grine, aye; Ms. Stannard, aye; and Dr. Guernsey, aye. The President declared the motion passed.

MOTION NO. 18-061 COOPERATIVE PROGRAMMING AGREEMENT
Mr. P. Grine moved to approve The Cooperative Programming Agreement between the Board of Education and the North Central Ohio Educational Service Center for the 2018-2019 school year, as needed, which may include the following:

(1) Audiological Services
(2) Educational Aide for the Deaf/Interpreter
(3) Hearing Specialist Services
(4) Low Incident Classrooms (MD & Behavior)
(5) Occupational Therapy Services
(6) Vision Specialist Services
(7) Intervention Specialist (McManus)

Mr. T. Grine seconded the motion and on roll call the vote was: Mr. P. Grine, aye; Mr. T. Grine, aye; Mrs. Kauffman, aye; Ms. Stannard, aye; and Dr. Guernsey, aye. The President declared the motion passed.

MOTION NO. 18-062 ADDITIONAL ELECTIVES
Ms. Stannard moved to approve the additional electives for the 2018-2019 school year listed below:

(1) Theatre
(2) Music Theory I, II
(3) Basic Instrumental Music

Mrs. Kauffman seconded the motion and on roll call the vote was: Ms. Stannard, aye; Mrs. Kauffman, aye; Mr. P. Grine, aye; Mr. T. Grine, aye; and Dr. Guernsey, aye. The President declared the motion passed.

MOTION NO. 18-063 COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS
Ms. Stannard moved to approve the 2018-2019 agreement listed below:

(1) Agreement between the Seneca Board of Developmental Disabilities and Fostoria City Schools.
(2) Agreement between Vanguard and Fostoria City Schools to Participate in Excess Costs of Satellite Programs (Marketing/DECA)

Mr. P. Grine seconded the motion and on roll call the vote was: Ms. Stannard, aye; Mr. P. Grine, aye; Mr. T. Grine, aye; Mrs. Kauffman, aye; and Dr. Guernsey, aye. The President declared the motion passed.

MOTION NO. 18-064 MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH WSOS
Ms. Stannard moved to approve the Memorandum of Understanding between Fostoria City Schools and WSOS to identify plans to collaborate and coordinate Head Start program activities.

Mrs. Kauffman seconded the motion and on roll call the vote was: Ms. Stannard, aye; Mrs. Kauffman, aye; Mr. P. Grine, aye; Mr. T. Grine, aye; and Dr. Guernsey, aye. The President declared the motion passed.

MOTION NO. 18-065 OVERNIGHT TRIPS
Mr. P. Grine moved to approve the following overnight trips for athletes to attend Eastern Ohio Camp:

(1) Jr. H.S. Basketball – June 7-9, 2018
(2) H.S. Basketball – June 13-15, 2018
(3) Football – July 10-12, 2018

Mrs. Kauffman seconded the motion and on roll call the vote was: Mr. P. Grine, aye; Mrs. Kauffman, aye; Mr. T. Grine, aye; Ms. Stannard, aye; and Dr. Guernsey, aye. The President declared the motion passed.

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS
• Erica Nye asked whether that had been a decision on busing Bridges students for the 2018-2019 school year.
o Mr. Sprang replied that he thought it was unlikely due to the shortage of drivers. He hopes to have something out next month.

MOTION NO. 18-066 ADJOURNMENT
There being no further business Mr. P. Grine moved to adjourn the meeting at 6:51 p.m.

Mrs. Kauffman seconded the motion and on roll call the vote was: Mr. P. Grine, aye; Mrs. Kauffman, aye; Mr. T. Grine, aye; Ms. Stannard, aye; and Dr. Guernsey, aye. The President declared the motion passed.

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