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Monroe Local School District Agenda June 22, 2009
Thursday, June 18, 2009 8:37:18 AM - Monroe Ohio

MONROE LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

231 Macready Avenue

Monroe, Ohio 45050

 

 

REGULAR MEETING

June 22, 2009

7:00 p.m.

Monroe Elementary Cafeteria

 

I.                   CALL TO ORDER - Mr. Tom Leeds, President

A.     Roll Call

1.       Tom Birdwell                _____

2.       Mike Irwin                    _____

3.       Mike Lane                    _____

4.       Tom Leeds                   _____

5.       Chris Snyder                 _____ 

 

B.     Pledge of Allegiance

 

II.                CONSENT AGENDA � Mr. Tom Leeds, President

Recommend the Board approve the Consent Agenda

MOTION:                    _____

SECOND:                    _____

 

Birdwell A/N    Irwin A/N      Lane A/N      Leeds A/N     Snyder A/N

 

Approved    _____       Not Approved   _____     Other Action   _____

 

III.             COMMUNICATIONS

A.     Comments from the Public

 

IV.              TREASURER�S BUSINESS � Mrs. Kelley Thorpe

Recommend the Board approve the minutes and other Treasurer�s business as listed.

A.        MINUTES of the Regular Meeting of  May 26, 2009 and Minutes of the Regular meeting of June 8, 2009, Att. 1A & 1B

 

B.        MONTHLY FINANCIAL REPORT, May 2009, Att. 2

 

MOTION: _____

SECOND: _____

 

Birdwell A/N    Irwin A/N      Lane A/N      Leeds A/N     Snyder  A/N

 

Approved  _____       Not Approved   _____     Other Action   _____

 

C.        Resolution Determining to Proceed with Submission of a Substitute Tax Levy

 

WHEREAS, this Board of Education at its meeting on the 26th day of May, 2009, by resolution duly adopted, determined the necessity of levying a substitute tax in excess of the ten-mill limitation for the benefit of the Monroe Local School District (the "District:") for the purpose of providing for the necessary requirements of the District, in an minimum amount of $3,549,698 per year for a continuing period of time, and provided that the question of levying said substitute tax shall be submitted to the electors of said District at an election to be held on November 3, 2009; and

 

WHEREAS, the county auditor has certified to this Board of Education that the total current tax valuation of the District is $ ____________ and that the estimated average annual levy (assuming that the amount of the tax list of this District remains throughout the life of the levy the same as the amount of the tax list for the current year) required to produce said annual amount is ___________ (______) mills for each one dollar ($1.00) of valuation, which amounts to _____________________cents ($0.______ ) for each one hundred dollars ($100.00) of valuation;

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Education of the Monroe Local School District:

 

SECTION 1. That it is hereby determined to proceed with the submission to the electors of the question of levying the substitute tax described in the preambles hereto at the election to be held on November 3, 2009, under authority of Section 5705.199 of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

SECTION 2. That the Treasurer of this Board of Education be and is hereby directed to certify the following to the Board of Elections: (a) the Resolution of this Board of Education Determining the Necessity of said substitute tax and said election; (b) this Resolution; (c) the total current tax valuation of the District and the amount of the average tax levy, expressed in dollars and cents for each one hundred dollars ($100.00) of valuation as well as in mills for each  one dollar ($1.00) of valuation, as calculated and certified by the County Auditor, and (d) the number of years said levy is to run and to notify said Board of Elections to cause notice of such election to be given as required by law.

 

SECTION 3. That the form of ballot, upon which the question of levying said substitute tax shall be submitted to the electors, shall be substantially as follows:

 

PROPOSED SUBSTITUTE TAX LEVY

MONROE LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

 

A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage.

 

Shall a tax levy substituting for existing levies be imposed by the Monroe Local School District, Counties of Butler and Warren, Ohio for the purpose of providing for the necessary requirements of the school district in the initial sum of $3,549,698, and a levy of taxes be made outside of the ten-mill limitation estimated by the county auditor to require _______________ (_________) mills for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to ___________________________________ cents ($0._________) for each one hundred dollars of valuation for the initial year of the tax, for a continuing period of time, commencing in 2009, first due in calendar year 2010, with the sum of such tax to increase only if and as new land or real property improvements not previously taxed by the school district are added to its tax list? If approved, any remaining tax years on any of the three existing levies will not be collected after tax year 2008 collection year 2009.

 

FOR THE TAX LEVY

 

AGAINST THE TAX LEVY

 

SECTION 4: That it is found and determined that all formal actions of this board of education concerning and relating to the adoption of this resolution were adopted in an open meeting of this board of education; and that all deliberations of this board of education and of any of its committees that resulted in such formal action, were in meetings open to the public, in compliance with all legal requirements including Section 121.22 of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

MOTION: _____

SECOND: _____

 

Birdwell A/N    Irwin A/N      Lane A/N      Leeds A/N     Snyder  A/N

 

Approved  _____       Not Approved   _____     Other Action   _____

 

D.        To approve the following resolutions:

 

1.          Be it resolved, the Board of Education approves the appropriation modifications as necessary to close the 2009 Fiscal Year in accordance with requirements of the Ohio Auditor of State.

 

2.          Be it resolved, the Board of Education approves the transfers and advances necessary to close the 2009 Fiscal Year in accordance with requirements of the Ohio Auditor of State.

 

3.          Be it resolved, the Board of Education approves the temporary operating budget necessary to open the 2010 Fiscal Year in accordance with requirements of the Ohio Auditor of State.  This establishes the authority for the organization to conduct business and expend funds beginning July 1 for the 2009-10 fiscal year.

 

4.          Be it resolved, the Board of Education authorizes the treasurer to request advances as necessary from the county auditor as necessary during the 2010 Fiscal Year in accordance with requirements of the Ohio Auditor of State.

MOTION: _____

 

SECOND: _____

 

Birdwell A/N    Irwin A/N      Lane A/N      Leeds A/N     Snyder  A/N

 

Approved  _____       Not Approved   _____     Other Action   _____

V.                 SUPERINTENDENT�S BUSINESS � Dr. Elizabeth Lolli

Recommend the Board approve items as listed.

A.        PERSONNEL

1.          To approve the Entry Year Mentor Stipends, Att. 3A

 

2.          To approve the non-certificated resignations listed. Att. 4B

 

3.          To approve certificated supplemental contracts.  Att. 5A

 

4.          To adopt the following Resolution:

 

Part 1. WHEREAS the Monroe Local School District Board of Education has offered the following positions:

            Girls Volleyball Assistant

WHEREAS,  a vacancy exists in the positions listed; and

WHEREAS,  the positions listed have been offered to the current employees of the Monroe Local School District who have a license issued under Section 3319.22 of the Ohio Revised Code and no such person whom the Board of Education considers to be qualified for the position has applied for and accepted the position; and

WHEREAS,  the positions listed have been advertised as available to any individual not employed by the Monroe Local School District who has a license issued under Section 3319.22 of the Ohio Revised Code, and no such person whom the Board of Education considers to be qualified for the position has applied for and accepted the position; and

WHEREAS,  those listed, who do not hold a license issued pursuant to Section 3319.22 of the Ohio Revised Code, have applied for the position, and the Board of Education has determined that those listed are qualified for the position. 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT those listed be employed in the above named positions for the 2009/2010 school year.

5.          To approve hiring of non-certificated supplemental contracts. Att. 5B

 

6.          To approve class overload payment per Master Agreement, Att. 6A

 

MOTION: _____

 

SECOND: _____

 

Birdwell A/N    Irwin A/N      Lane A/N      Leeds A/N     Snyder  A/N

 

Approved  _____       Not Approved   _____     Other Action   _____

 

B.        SUPERINTENDENT�S OTHER BUSINESS

Recommend that the Board approve other Superintendent�s business as listed.

1.          To approve an increase in pay to play fees as discussed at the June 8, 2009 board meeting.

 

2.          To accept the following donations:

   Eleanor Yeager Stewart  - $200 for baseball team

 

MOTION: _____

 

SECOND: _____

 

Birdwell A/N    Irwin A/N      Lane A/N      Leeds A/N     Snyder  A/N

 

Approved  _____       Not Approved   _____     Other Action   _____

 

VI.              DISCUSSION AND COMMENTS FROM THE BOARD

A.        Legislative

B.    Student Achievement

C.    Finance

D.    Facilities

E.    Butler Tech

G.    MEA

VII.           OTHER BUSINESS

A.        EXECUTIVE SESSION -  O.R.C. 121.22

For the following:

1. 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.

MOTION: _____

 

SECOND: _____

 

Birdwell A/N    Irwin A/N      Lane A/N      Leeds A/N     Snyder  A/N

 

Approved  _____       Not Approved   _____     Other Action   _____

 

VIII.        ADJOURNMENT

MOTION: _____

 

SECOND: _____

 

Birdwell A/N    Irwin A/N      Lane A/N      Leeds A/N     Snyder  A/N

 

Approved  _____       Not Approved   _____     Other Action   _____

                       

THE BOARD OF EDUCATION � CITIZEN PARTICIPATION

Meetings of the Board of Education shall be open to the public.  All citizen communications to the Board shall be addressed to the Board of Education.  Citizens who wish to present any matter of concern to the schools shall make written request to the Board of Education prior to the meeting.  This shall come under Public Participation on Agenda Items.  The Board may, in case of emergency, by majority vote, give visitors who have not presented a written request, an opportunity to present problems to the Board.  They may table action on unexpected business until proper study can be made.  Visitors who wish to speak must be recognized by the President of the Board or the presiding officer.  Recognized citizen should rise and give his/her name before addressing the Board.  Per Policy 0169.1, any visitor wishing to speak must be a resident of the district. The president shall allot a visitor, at the appropriate time, not more than three minutes unless the time is increased or decreased by a majority vote of the Board.

         Executive Sessions may be proposed at any time during the meeting by any Board Member for any purpose authorized by law.

 

         Per Policy 0166, public complaints about district personnel may be heard in Executive Session.

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