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Monroe Local School Board Meeing Minutes October 25, 2010
Friday, November 19, 2010 2:52:18 PM - Monroe Ohio

These minutes were just released by the school board via Lauree Kaiser, Secretary MLS

RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS
MONROE LOCAL BOARD OF EDUCATION

Minutes of October 25, 2010 Regular Meeting

The Board of Education of the Monroe Local School District in the County of Butler, State of Ohio, held its regular meeting on the 25th day of October 2010 in the Monroe Elementary Cafeteria, located in Monroe, Ohio.


Mr. Mike Lane, President, called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.
The Treasurer, Mrs. Kelley Thorpe, recorded the minutes.
Roll Call — showed the following members present: Mr. Mike Lane, Mr. Brett Guido, Mr. Chris Snyder, Mr. John MacDonald, and Mrs. Leslie Stone. Also present were Superintendent, Dr. Elizabeth Lolli, Treasurer, Mrs. Kelley Thorpe, and guests as listed in Appendix ―A‖, which is attached and becomes an official part of these minutes.
A recording of this meeting on Compact Disk is available in the Treasurer’s Office for review, reference tape # 102510.
All presentations/documents presented to the Board are available in the Treasurer’s Office, as referenced in the body of these minutes.


Resolution No. 10-209 Approval of Consent Agenda
Mr. MacDonald moved and Mr. Guido seconded the motion to approve the Consent Agenda as modified.
ROLL CALL: AYES: (5) Mr. Guido, Mr. Lane, Mr. Snyder, Mrs. Stone, Mr. MacDonald
NOES: (0)
The president declared the motion carried.


Presentations
Mrs. Judy Lavash, school nurse, and Mrs. Carla Bidlack, Butler County ESC school liaison for the Success Program, spoke to the board and shared information about the LensCrafters OneSight program. On October 14, LensCrafters in Monroe, provided eye exams and new glasses to 20 Monroe students in grades 1 through 10. McDonald’s of Monroe provided free lunch to all of the participating students. The Board honored LensCrafters, McDonald’s, Mrs. Lavash, and Mrs. Bidlack by presenting each of them with a certificate of appreciation.
The Board recognized Denise WiIson, reporter the Pulse Journal, for being named to the OSBA Media Honor Roll. Mrs. Wilson was presented with a Monroe pin, copies of the OSBA Journal naming her to the honor roll, and a plaque from OSBA.

Presentation – Treasurer’s Business
Treasurer Kelley Thorpe presented the September Financial Report and the Five-Year Forecast to the board. Both documents are attached and available in the Treasurer’s Office.
Resolution No. 10-210 Treasurer’s Business
Mrs. Stone moved and Mr. Guido seconded the motion to approve the Treasurer’s Business as follows:
 Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting of September 27, 2010, the Special Meeting of October 7, 2010, Special Meeting of October 12, 2010, and Special Meeting of October 18, 2010.
 Approval of Permanent Appropriations
ROLL CALL: AYES: (5) Mr. Guido, Mr. Lane, Mr. Snyder, Mrs. Stone, Mr. MacDonald
NOES: (0)
The president declared the motion carried.


Resolution No. 10-211 Treasurer’s Business
Mr. Snyder moved and Mr. MacDonald seconded the motion to approve the Treasurer’s Business as follows:
 Approval of the Five-Year Forecast for October, 2010.
ROLL CALL: AYES: (5) Mr. Guido, Mr. Lane, Mr. Snyder, Mrs. Stone, Mr. MacDonald
NOES: (0)
The president declared the motion carried.

Resolution No. 10-180 Superintendent’s Business
Mrs. Stone moved and Mr. MacDonald seconded the motion to approve the Superintendent’s Business as follows:

Approve certificated contract adjustments as listed:
Shannon Kelly  from Master's, Step 10 to Master's+20, Step 10
Ashley Warren from Bachelor's, Step 0 to Bachelor's +30, Step 0
Kelly Kaiser frp, Bachelor's, Step 1 to Bachelor's + 20, Step 1

Approve certificated contracts as listed:
William Stewart Substitute Principal for Mr. Millisor $225.00 per day

Approve non-certified supplemental contracts as listed:
Tyler Wright Asst. Football, Jr. High $1359.14

ROLL CALL: AYES: (5) Mr. Guido, Mr. Lane, Mr. Snyder, Mrs. Stone, Mr. MacDonald
NOES: (0)
The president declared the motion carried.

Resolution No. 10-212 Superintendent’s Other Business
Mr. Guido moved and Mrs. Stone seconded the motion to approve the Superintendent’s Other Business as follows:
 Approve NEOLA policy;
 Approve Amended School Resource Office Agreement;
 Approve Hamilton County Service Agreement for Early Childhood Special Education trainings.
ROLL CALL: AYES: (5) Mr. Guido, Mr. Lane, Mr. Snyder, Mrs. Stone, Mr. MacDonald
NOES: (0)
The president declared the motion carried.

Informational
 Dr. Lolli announced a high school choir concert on Tuesday, October 26.
Discussion and Comments from the Board

Legislative – Mr. MacDonald encourage the board and attendees to ―Get out and vote‖ in the upcoming election.
Student Achievement –Mrs. Stone shared that the Junior High concert last week was very good. Mrs. Mueller’s art students will be showcased at the upcoming OSBA Student Achievement Fair in Columbus during Capital Conference. Both boys’ and girls’ soccer teams had very successful seasons and will be participating in post-season playoff games.
Butler Tech – Mr. Guido shared information from Butler Tech’s All-Board’s meeting. He has a packet of information that he will pass around to the other board members outlining changes in Butler Tech’s program offerings. Monroe received a plaque from Butler Tech for being a participating district. Mr. Guido delivered the plaque to the Administration Offices for display.
Finance – Mrs. Thorpe presented each board member with a copy of the recently approved tentative agreement between the Board and the Monroe Education Association.
Facilities – None
MEA – None

Resolution No. 10-213 Executive Session O.R.C. 121.22
Mrs. Stone moved and Mr. Guido seconded the motion to adjourn to executive session at 7:47 p.m. for the appointment, employment, dismissal, discipline, promotion, demotion, or compensation of public employees or regulated individuals, or the investigation of charges or complaints against a public employee or regulated individual unless such person requests a public hearing and to consider the purchase of property or the sale of property, if premature disclosure of information would give an unfair competitive bargaining advantage to a person whose private interest is adverse to the general public interest.
ROLL CALL: AYES: (5) Mr. Guido, Mr. Lane, Mr. Snyder, Mrs. Stone, Mr. MacDonald
NOES: (0)
The president declared the motion carried.

The meeting resumed at 9:50 p.m.

Resolution No. 10-214 Adjournment
Mr. MacDonald moved and Mr. Guido seconded the motion to adjourn at 9:51 p.m.
ROLL CALL: AYES: (5) Mr. Guido, Mr. Lane, Mr. Snyder, Mrs. Stone, Mr. MacDonald
NOES: (0)
The president declared the motion carried.

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