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					                              RECORD OF BOARD PROCEEDINGS
                                       (MINUTES)

                                                                        Georgetown, Ky., June 12, 20 12
 The Scott County Board of Education met at Great Crossing Office Complex at 5:30 o'clock
 P.M. on the 12th  day of June , 20 12, with the following members present:

      (1)       Rebecca W. Sams           (2)     Luther Mason                 (3)     Phyllis Young
      (4)       Robert H. Conway          (5)     Dr. Roger Ward


                                    REGULAR BOARD MEETING
                                          (Meeting #10)

 1.     CALL TO ORDER: The meeting was called to order by Chair Phyllis Young.

 2.     WELCOME: Ms. Young said welcome to all staff and guest.

 3.     VISION STATEMENT: Vice-Chair Rebecca Sams shared, “we exist to ensure the best
        education for every student in Scott County Schools and to create a collaborative culture
        to ensure student learning”.

 4.     APPROVE AGENDA: Ms. Young explained the addition of Consent Item: EE) Federal
        Grant Participation. Upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, it was moved by
        Mr. Mason and seconded by Dr. Ward that the Board approve the agenda as presented.
        Motion carried unanimously.

 5.     FINANCIAL STATEMENT: Randy Cutright gave a brief overview.

                                Summary of Cash Activity for April, 2012


                                                                                     Net
                                                                                Receivables/     Ending Balance
                      Beginning Balance (Cash                                     Payables/         (Cash &
                           & Investments)         Receipts      Expenses          Transfers       Investments)
General Fund                    $10,701,901.74 $3,703,333.97 $3,622,087.54       -$319,351.48      $10,463,796.69
Special Revenue Fund              -$270,191.46   $790,758.00     $682,946.64      -$15,451.68        -$177,831.78
Capital Outlay Fund                $472,067.14          $8.26          $0.00             $8.25        $472,083.65
Building Fund                    $3,399,762.77          $0.34          $0.00   -$3,521,926.85        -$122,163.74
Construction Fund               $19,496,761.70         $14.88    $255,608.57            $91.67     $19,241,259.68
Debt Service Fund               -$2,131,996.38          $0.00 $1,315,280.89     $3,521,927.19          $74,649.92
Food Service Fund                $1,186,239.98   $369,178.44     $294,640.32        -$4,987.17      $1,255,790.93
Enterprise Fund                       $3,526.24     $7,150.00      $7,112.86             $0.00          $3,563.38
Fiduciary Fund                      $26,145.60          $6.65      $1,015.00             $6.92         $25,144.17
                                $32,884,217.33 $4,870,450.54 $6,178,691.82       -$339,683.15      $31,236,292.90
                     Less Investments                                                              $29,392,900.00
                     Less Funds Held by Bond Paying Agent                                              $74,649.95
                                                       Cash Balance                                 $1,768,742.95
                                             Schedule of Investments
                                    Certificates of Deposits with KENTUCKY BANK
   Investment Date     Rate of Interest                    Investment Period                         Investment Amount
      12/9/2011                   0.43%                        6 Months                                          $7,500,000.00
      1/11/2012                   0.30%                        4 Months                                          $2,000,000.00
       3/1/2012                   0.25%                        3 Months                                            $700,000.00
      4/24/2012                   0.49%                        6 Months                                            $500,000.00
      4/24/2012                   0.35%                        4 Months                                            $900,000.00
                                                           Total Certificates of Deposits with Kentucky Bank    $11,600,000.00


On February 14, 2012, proceeds from the Scott County School District Finance Corporation School Building Revenue
Bonds, Series 2012 in the amount of $18,992,900 were invested in a Repurchase Agreement with Bayerische Landesbank.
Funds invested in this Repurchase Agreement are collaterized by securities that are backed by the fulll faith and credit of
the United States Government at a minimum ratio of 103%. These securities are held in trust for the Scott County Board of
Education by Wells Fargo Bank N.A.

Investment summary:
April 30,2012          Repurchase Agreement - Bayerische Landesbank                    .36%/annum        $   17,792,900.00


 6.      APPROVAL OF CURRENT BILLS: Upon the recommendation of the Superintendent,
         it was moved by Ms. Sams and seconded by Dr. Ward that the current bills be paid as
         listed below.
         Motion carried unanimously.
         Check #’s                        Amount
         652654-652663                   10,038.91
         65058-65066 EFT’s                1,904.70
         652665-652695                 686,543.44
         652696                          84,756.00
         65067-65071 EFT’s                1,504.68
         652698-652732                   21,978.36
         652733-652751                   64,395.50
         65072-65081 EFT’s                2,784.63
         652752-652773                   39,945.13
         652785                           2,069.28
         652786-652977                 696,145.74
         652978-652988                 974,308.71
         652989-652998                 237,145.35
         652999-653018                      663.20

         FOOD SERVICE
         Check #’s
         652653                                        28,324.15
         652664                                        20,484.61
         652697                                         6,493.40
         652774-652784                                 36,079.76

         VOIDED CHECKS
         Check #’s
         652694                                        84,756.00
         652760                                         1,054.89
7.   SPOTLIGHT – End of Course Assessment: Director of Secondary Education Chip
     Southworth shared handout showing raw data of student’s End of Course 2011-2012
     results. The students did a great job. They were multiple choice standardize test and
     every school in the state had these test. Students taking the test for U. S. History 45% are
     Proficient; for English II 85% are Proficient; for Algebra II 63% are Proficient; and for
     Biology 90% are Proficient. There was 99.9% pass rate on first year of End of Course in
     all four areas. Superintendent Patricia Putty added the students and teachers did an
     outstanding job and it is reflected in these scores.

8.   PERSONNEL REPORT: EMPLOYED: (Certified) – Brittany Baxter, Spanish Teacher
     at SCHS; Emily Liles, Teacher at RSMS; Heather Brown, FMD Teacher at RSMS; Katie
     Price, Science Teacher at SCMS; Lindsey Wood, Family Consumer Science Teacher at
     SCHS; Alex Mendez, LBD Teacher at Southern; Brittany Davidson, Cheerleading Coach
     at SCMS; Mark Fields, PT Music Teacher at Northern; David Curtis, Special Ed Teacher
     at Northern; Luke Watts, Speech Therapist for District; Toni Elliott, Teacher at Southern;
     Celeste Lehr, English Teacher at RSMS; Jennifer Rase, Teacher at Stamping Ground;
     Summer School Special Ed Teachers at Northern - David Curtis & Jennifer Caudill;
     School Psychologist Interns – Rachel DeMers & Jennifer Bowling; Ruth Gray, Migrant
     Summer Camp Advisor; ESL Summer Camp – Ruth Gray & Clare Zabalza; Ann Stevens,
     Tutor @ 9th Grade; ESS Summer School at 9th Grade – Corey Herlihy, Susan Hall, Leigh
     Baird, Nelda Hisel, Seth Jones, Nathan Peniston, Cathy Cannada; James McKee,
     Saturday Detention Supervision at SCHS; Carol Ann Morrison, Home Placement
     Services at RSMS; Brooke Bruins, ESS Teacher PT; Samuel Coleman, Music Teacher at
     SCMS; Catherina Wiley, Chemistry Teacher at SCHS; Jeremy Thompson, Social Studies
     Teacher at RSMS; Brittany Davidson, Social Studies Teacher at SCMS; Elizabeth Utley,
     Math/Science Teacher at 9th Grade; Emily Barnett, English Teacher at ECS; Andrew
     Burgoon, Social Studies Teacher at 9th Grade; Christopher Reed, Special Ed Teacher at
     9th Grade; Charlotte Robinson, ESS Teacher at SCHS; Kathleen Butler, Summer School
     Teacher at Cardinal Academy; Ryan Wilson, EBD Teacher at RSMS; Christina Ellison,
     Academic Team Coach at AME; Josephine Neff, Math Teacher at 9th Grade; Carrie Wise,
     Academic Team Coach at Northern; Robin Lowe, RTI Coordinator at AME. (Classified)
     – Students (Temporary) at ECS for Gateway Academy – Katelyn Miller, Erik Mudrak,
     Major Robertson, Melanie Sandoval, Holly Ubellacker; Substitute Custodians – Miron
     Christopher, Matthew Perry, Aurora Marroguin, Leon (Larry) Kimball, Zeke Riley,
     Steven Vifquain; Catering – Becky Robinson, Jean Vest, Cynthia Turner, Gretchen Rice;
     Phillip Mays, Bus Driver; Taylor Freudenthal, PT Corral Counselor at Southern; Sonita
     Fryman, Substitute Aide; Summer School Para Educators at Northern – Katherine
     Hampton & Delilah Mullins; Larry Jones, Substitute Custodian; James Flynn, Head
     Custodian Elementary Split Shift; Patti Burger, Temporary for Summer in Payroll
     Department; Danele Kuta, Migrant Tutor for Students; Candace Hutchison, PT Summer
     STC for District; Lori Drumheller, PT Summer Day Care at Garth; Ashley Farno, Day
     Care Director at Garth; Carrie Apple, FRYSC Coordinator for District. (Level Changes
     for Custodians) - Deborah Evans, Temporary Head Custodian Certified II at Eastern;
     Mark Gregory, Custodian Certified Level II; Jacqueline Hobbs, Custodian Certified
     Level II; Martha Taylor, Custodian Certified Level II; Clarissa Shell, Custodian Certified
     Level I; Grover Shell, Custodian Certified Level I; Ben Riddle, Custodian Certified Level
     I. (Summer Enrichment Camp at Southern) - Ann Revel, Jamie Harrod, Marla Fox,
     Susan Stevens, Kimberly Brown, Scott Fields, Rebecca Ashcraft, Kasey Standridge
     Helen Lanier, Dana Fletcher. Patti Burger, Temporary for Summer in Payroll
     Department; Danele Kuta, Migrant Tutor for Students; Ben Riddle, Custodian Certified
Level I; Candace Hutchison, PT Summer STC for District; Lori Drumheller, PT Summer
Day Care at Garth; Ashley Farno, Day Care Director at Garth. (Camp TLC at Southern
For Summer) - Jennifer Dove, Director; Amy Vinson, Speech; Counselors - Emily
Kennedy, Clyde Wilkins, Carol Parker, Cynthia Long, Kimberly Dant, Dianna Mitchell,
Terra Gillispie; Assistant Counselors – Sandra Pribble, Delores Vinegar, Selena
Thompson, Susan Stivers, Betty Caines, Nickea Tye, Kimberly Skinner, Bridgette King,
Megan Brady, Christina Crace; Leslie Lowry, OT; Tanya Robinson, OT; Summer Feed
for District – Carmecia Winston-Burnett, Sharon Corman, Gretchen Rice.
TRANSFERS: (Certified) – Pam Lewis, from Math Teacher at SCHS to SCMS; Sarah
White, from Science Teacher at 9th Grade to RSMS; Seth Jones, from Aide at 9th Grade to
Social Studies Teacher at Cardinal Academy; Dana Stokesbary, from Aide to Teacher at
AME; Corey Herlihy, from Teacher at 9th Grade to ECS; Christie Bray, from RTI
Teacher at ESL Teacher for the District; Lori Beth Mays, from Dean of Students at
SCMS to Eastern; Jennifer Jackson, from RTI Teacher to Teacher at Southern; Megan
Carr, from Teacher at RSMS to Substitute Teacher; Kathleen Butler, from Teacher at
SCHS to Substitute Teacher; Melanie Flynn, from Special Ed Teacher at RSMS to 9th
Grade; Johnna Scogin, Teacher from 9th Grade to ECS; Rhonda Schornick, from RTI
Coach/District Title IX Coordinator to Principal of Georgetown Middle School; Tracy
Yost, from Teacher at RSMS to Substitute Teacher. (Classified) – Michelle Fightmaster,
from Substitute Aide/Secretary to Secretary at Northern; Ashley Stephens, from Food
Service at Stamping Ground to After School Day Care at Eastern; Christian Cole, from
Substitute Aide to Kindergarten Aide at Northern; Tina Whitt, from Assistant Director to
Director of Extended Day Program at Northern; Megan Brown, from RSMS Youth
Service Center Coordinator to SCMS YSC Coordinator; Jeri Thomas, from Bookkeeper
at RSMS to Substitute Aide; Ruth Jane Rusch, from PT Aide/Secretary to Fulltime
Secretary at RSMS; Misty Black, from Attendance Clerk to Bookkeeper at RSMS;
Angela Bryant, from PT Aide/Secretary to Fulltime Attendance Clerk at RSMS; Rita
Mattingly, from Special Ed Aide at RSMS to 9th Grade; Erica Green, from Fulltime
Bookkeeper to .57 at Northern; Karen Sawyer, from Fulltime RTI Aide to .57 at
Northern; Tina Whitt, from Assistant Day Care Director to Director at Northern; David
Christopher, from Bus Aide to Special Ed Aide at SCMS. MOA WITH KDE FOR
2012-2013 SCHOOL YEAR: Billie Travis. MEDICAL LEAVE OF ABSENCE:
Dona Kelley, Teacher at Southern (4- 23, 24, 25 -12); Tamara White, Food Service at
AME (5-9-12 to 5-21-12). MEDICAL LEAVE OF ABSENCE FOR 2012-2013
SCHOOL YEAR: Ann Marie Keeney, Teacher at RSMS; Teresa Robinson, Teacher.
RESIGNATIONS: Robert Richard, Substitute Custodian (5-29-12); Etta Peifer, Food
Service (5-23-12); Andy Megargel, SCMS Football Coach only (5-20-12); Carrie
Spellman, Speech/Language Pathologist for District (6-8-12). RESIGNATIONS AT
THE END OF THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR: (Certified) – Stephanie Stefanic,
Teacher at 9th Grade; Matt Foster, Teacher at RSMS; Tania Sharp, Teacher at RSMS and
Volleyball Coach at RSMS; Melinda Caldwell, Library Media Specialist at Northern;
Kelly Helton, Teacher at RSMS; Tommy Hurt, Principal at GMS; Erin Gish, Teacher at
SCMS; David Goins, Teacher at SCHS; Diana Brooker, Head Volleyball Coach at
SCHS; Megan Carr, Teacher at RSMS; Whitney Davis, Teacher at 9th Grade; Tracy Yost,
Teacher at RSMS. (Classified) - Ashley Stephens, Food Service at Stamping Ground;
MegAnn Leigh, Family Resource Coordinator at AME. RETIREMENTS AT THE
END OF THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR: (Certified) – Cynthia Karrick, Gifted &
Talented Teacher for District; Linda Cornett, Teacher at 9th Grade; James Wysong,
Teacher at Cardinal Academy; Jane Stritesky, Teacher at Northern; Sandra Rees,
Counselor at Garth; Dedria Newcomb, Teacher at Northern; Kathy Hill, Teacher at
Eastern; William Billings, ROTC Teacher at SCHS; Mary Anne Enoch, Speech Teacher
at Eastern; Lisa Lair, Teacher at Southern; Susan Koebcke, Teacher at SCMS; Rebecca
Saager, Teacher at SCMS; Artie Janow, Technology Specialist at 9 th Grade; Diana
Waddle, Director of Center for Lifelong Learning. (Classified) – Virginia Walker,
Family Resource Service Center at SCMS; Diann Blansette, Secretary at Northern; Zelma
Walker, Aide at 9th Grade. NON-RENEWAL OF CONTRACTS: (Certified) - Anna
Gumm, Teacher at 9th Grade; Nathan Peniston, Teacher at 9th Grade; Cheryl Zimmerman,
Teacher at AME; Edwin Casper, Substitute Teacher; Jennifer Radford, Teacher at
Eastern; Elizabeth Alexander, Teacher at GMS; Kristin Wemyss, Teacher at Northern;
Brittany Bennett, Teacher at RSMS; Belinda Minor, Speech Teacher at Preschool;
Kathleen Butler, Teacher at SCHS; Lawrence Kelly, Teacher at SCHS; Devin Coats,
Teacher at SCMS; Melissa Grigsby, Teacher at SCMS; Richard Jones, Teacher at SCMS;
Kathryn Reed, Teacher at Stamping Ground; Hannah Weckman, Teacher at Stamping
Ground; April Cooper, Teacher at Western; Regina Finch, Teacher at Garth; Kelly
Bryant, Teacher at Southern; Lisa Dutra, Teacher at Northern; Stephanie Eslick, Teacher
at Western; Lyann Fannin, Teacher at GMS. (Classified) - Elizabeth Cool, Aide at 9th
Grade; Betty Joyce Criscillis, Adult Ed Instructor; Mary Anne Iwankovitsch, Adult Ed
Instructor; Garnett Jones, Adult Ed Instructor; Helen Lanier, Adult Ed Instructor;
Rebecca Mammen, Adult Ed Instructor; Tina Whaley, Adult Ed Instructor; Corinda
Brannock, Aide at AME; Sonita Fryman, Aide at AME; Melvin Burnett, Substitute
Custodian; Tara Gravitt, Aide at Northern; Joyce Scott, Aide at RSMS; Lora Utterback,
Aide at RSMS; Maurice Willard, Aide at SCMS; Larry Jones, Bus Driver; Nelda Hisel,
Aide at 9th Grade; Kristin Pumphrey, Aide at Garth; Etta Peifer, Food Service. Non-
renew PT Teachers to Remain on Substitute Teacher List - Nancy Ping, Ann Leigh,
Rowena Duke, Donna Kerns. REASONABLE ASSURANCES: (Substitute Teachers)
- Deborah Abbott, Mitzi Adams, Kiva Adkins, Shaun Anderson, Carrie Apple, Donna
Atkins, Travis Baney, Michelle Barclay, Amy Barmore, Cynthia Baumgardner, Amanda
Belcher, Deborah Bender, Marsha Benton, Patsy Berry, Tracy Biddle, Erica Bilotta,
Marla Blair, Darlene Bland, Courtney Blankenship, Roxana Blevins, Ross Bowen, Reid
Bowling, Jack Bowman, Vivian Bowman, Joann Brandenburg, Melinda Bredwood,
Kaye Breeding, Leslye Brent, Becky Brock, Edith Brock, Diana Brooker, Brenda
Brundage, Stephanie Burkich, Dorothy Butler, Rosalie Calloway, Tammy Carr, Danna
Carr, Matthew Castle, Jennifer Celestino, Rebecca Chappell, Lynn Christian, Rebecca
Collins, Trevelin Conn, John Conn, Phillip Cook, Doris Cooper, William Corkins, Virgil
Covington, Carlos Cracraft, Toni Craig, John Crigler, Ellen Cronin, Nancy Cronin, Frank
Crossman, Stacey Cruse, Rosemary Culbertson, Paula Cull, Kevin Curren, Kari Dascher,
Alixandra Davidson, Malinda DeFoor, Sheila Donaldson, Nina Durr, Karen Duvall, Toni
Elliott, Erin Faherty, Janet Felts, Angela Ferguson, Katherine Ferrebee, Michelle
Fightmaster, Lesley Floccare, Gerald Florence, Jessica Flores, Amanda Floyd, Kimbal
Ford, Marla Fox, Christopher Gast, Judith Gatling, Amanda Glass, Rachael Gott, Betty
Graves, Debra Gray, Sabrina Green, Carlene Gregory, Lynda Griffin, Jennifer Gullett,
Charlene Hackworth, Suzanne Haders, Holly Hardesty, Stewart Hardy, Sarah Harney,
Raychel Harrison, Kris Hart, Samantha Harvey, Connie Hastings, Stacy Hawkins, Sheila
Hensley, Elizabeth Hicks, Billy Hicks, Veronica Holt, Mary Hortman, Kristine Hoskins,
Regina House, Vanessa Howard, Jeremy Hughes, Erica Janszen, Heather Johnides, Mary
Johnson, Stephanie Johnson, Kane Johnston, Jason Jones, Kayla Jones, Joan Jones,
Sandy Jors, Robert Karam, Lacee Karsner, Mattie Katz, Paula Keith, Kathryn Kelly,
Amie Kincaid, Mitzi King, Richard Krebs, Debra Kumar, Danele Kuta, William Labach,
Amie LaHue, Ann Lankford, Morgan Law, Anne Leader, Jennifer Lee, Debra Leonard,
Mary Leveridge, Michael Lewis, Katherine Loar, Jacqueline Lockard, Whitney Logan,
Heather Lovell, Tracee Lyon, Marietta Lyons, Paulette Mason, Terry Mastin, Dudley
Mattingly, Jason Mays, Meghan McCourt, Allison McDowell, Delores McIntosh,
Edward McIntyre, Lindsay McKenney, Carolyn McKinney, Jessica McQuade, Matthew
Meek, Patricia Merritt, Jeremy Miller, Cynthia Milligan, Adella Mink, Ginger Miranda,
Ann Mitchell, Douglas Mobley, Paula Montgomery, Joan Mullen, Debra Myers,
Nicholas Napier, Jamie Norton, Daniel Oberg, Teresa O’Connor, Brenda Oldfield, Janet
Olver, Margaret Omlor, Jo Ortiz-Webb, Donna Oser, Wayne Paling, Whitney Payne,
Nancy Ping, Julia Pinkston, Tanya Poer, Angela Poposki, Matthew Popp, Julie Popp,
Emily Porter, Cynthia Prater, Tyler Pratt, Stephanie Preece, Lisa Price, Bryan Proctor,
Eleanor Ratliff, Reanna Read, Phyllis Rekieta, Ryan Rennecker, Daphne Riddle, Robert
Riney, Michael Ritchie, Kevin Robb, Margaret Roberts, Joshua Robinson, Sharon
Roggenkamp, Tina Romano, Bruce Rose, Dawn Ross, James Russell, Jessica Ryan,
Douglas Saunders, Jean Scaravilli, Catherine Schott, Valerie Sewell, Rhett Shirley, Alicia
Short, Angie Simpson, Camille Singer, Jessica Southworth, Daneen Spohr, Darla Stacy,
Linda Stakelin, Stephen Standiford, Kasey Standridge, Matthew Stephens, Kevin
Stephens, Susan Stevens, Kaitlin Stout, Dale Stowe, Kelly Stull, Michell Stull, Jon
Sullivan, Tara Sword, Michael Tackett, Amanda Tallant, Breona Taul, Barbara Teague,
John Tetzlaff, John Thompson, Kelly Thornberry, Lana Tilley, Robin Timmons, John
Turner, Jennifer Vanderpool, Robert Vanleer, Daniel Volpe, Jessica Von Schlutter,
Taylor Wade, Mary Walker, Matthew Walls, Jude Walters, Tamera Ward, Jennifer
Warfe-Williams, Thomas Wechman, Edward Wells, Angela Wells, Wendy White, Donna
Whitehouse, Sandra Wickline, Anna Wieczorek, Christopher Wilhite, Leslie Williams,
Geralyn Williams, Malaika Williams, Kelli Willis, Lydia Wilson, Craig Wink, Jessie
Yeager, Sandra Young, Kandi Young. (Substitute Aides) – Tonya Allen, Sherri
Anderson, Jennifer Barrett, Rosalind Bauer, Connie Bayes, Jane Bentley, Mary Birdsong,
Rosey Bowling, Jessica Bowling, Nicole Brandenburg, William Brown, Crystal Burge,
Kayla Burger, Thomas Castle, Angela Chissom, Crystal Claycomb, Christian Cole, Birgit
Combs, Linda Coots, Martha Cotterell, Tara Czarnecki, Kimberly Davis, Gregory Davis,
Judy Easley, Vickie Edwards, Tracy Faul, Barbara Floyd, Kayla Floyd, Carolyn Green,
Samelle Green, Mary Hamilton, Katherine Hampton, Brenda Hillstrand, Melinda
Hoffman, Rhiannon Holloway, Kimberly Humphrey, Brenda Hymer, Linda Keeton,
Mary Kegley, Judy Kelty, Danielle Kirby, Lorie Lainhardt, Amy Ledford, Paula
Lipscomb, Rhonda Long, John Long, Shana Manning, Sabrina Martin, Shathan McCoy,
Debra McKenney, Verner McKenney, Reba Metts, Leisa Miracle, Natasha Mosher,
Brittany Mowery, Megan Muth, Michelle Poole, Steven Popp, Sherri Prine, Melissa
Rehm, Colleen Rice, Carol Ross, Brittany Salyer, Susan Scott, Jamie Seivers, Connie
Settles, Darcy Shepard, Katherine Stadig, Roberta Stone, Crystal Stone, Etta Tackett,
Rhonda Varney, Priscilla Walls, Stefani Whaley, Dorothy Willhoit, Teresa Williams,
Carolyn Wilson, Michelle Wood, June Young. (Substitute Custodians) - Melissa
Catron, Dorsie Sargent, Samuel Marroquin, Herman Jackson, Carmecia Winston-Burnett,
Ronald Blackburn, Clyde Underwood, Robert Richard. (Substitute Food Service) –
Rachel Weatherly, Sharon White, Michelle Hensley, Angela Mann, Sandra Marti, Vicki
Darnell, Donna Wilbur, Sandra Wagner. FAMILY MEDICAL LEAVE: Diana Thomas,
3-28-12 to 5-1-12; Lorie Wise, 4-18-12 to 4-28-12; Dona Kelley, 3-27-12 to 4-25-12;
Kristy Collins, 2-15-12 to 5-9-12; Debra Hayes, 4-1-12 to 5-15-12; Amanda Burrows, 3-
1-12 to 5-8-12; Leon Coffman, 4-23-12 to 5-4-12; Krystina Lawson, Intermittent days
(59) between 5-31-11 to 5-31-12; Sandra Rees, 4-17-12 to 5-21-12; Suellyn Warring, 3-
19-12 to 4-20-12; Michele Haynes, 5-3-12 to 5-22-12.
     Director of Human Resources Randy Napier commented on the lengthy report showing
     Reasonable Assurances and hiring for next school year.

9.   CONSENT ITEMS: A motion was made by Mr. Conway and seconded by Dr. Ward to
     pull Consent Item W) Superintendent’s Contract to have a separate vote. Motion failed.
     Upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, it was moved by Ms. Sams and
     seconded by Mr. Mason that the Board approve Consent Items A) through EE) as
     submitted.
     Motion carried 4-1 (Conway).
     A) APPROVAL OF MINUTES FOR REGULAR BOARD MEETING #8 (5-8-12)
     B) APPROVAL OF MINUTES FOR SPECIAL BOARD MEETING #9 (5-29-12)
     C) APPROVE JOB DESCRIPTIONS: Recommendation: Approve job descriptions for
           Gifted & Talented Teacher and Guidance Specialist.
     D) FIRST READING OF 2012 KSBA BOARD POLICY UPDATE (#35)
     E) APPROVE CONTRACT WITH SCOTT COUNTY FISCAL COURT:
           Recommendation: Board approve the school system entering into this contract with
           the Scott County Fiscal Court for a donation of $1,710.00 to the school system’s
           DARE program. The funds will be used for instruction and to purchase DARE T-
           shirts and student incentives as related to the DARE program.
     F) APPROVE ACTIVITY FUND BUDGETS FY13: Recommendation: Approve
           Activity Fund Budgets FY 2013 as submitted.
     G) APPROVE CARRY OVER OF SCHOOL ALLOCATIONS TO FY 2012-2013:
           Recommendation: Approve carry-over of unencumbered school allocations as of
           June 30, 2012 to be used for the projects as outlined.
     H) APPROVE AFJROTC AGREEMENT: Recommendation: Board renew the
           “Agreement for the Establishment of an Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training
           Corps Unit” for FY13.
     I)    APPROVE LEASE AGREEMENT BETWEEN KENTUCKY COMMUNITY
           AND        TECHNICAL          COLLEGE          SYSTEM        (KCTCS)/BLUEGRASS
           COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE (BCTC) AND THE SCOTT
           COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION: Recommendation: Approve replacing the
           KCTCS/BCTC MOA approved by the Board on June 14, 2011 (effective August 1,
           2011 to June 30, 2012) with the Lease Agreement between Kentucky Community
           and Technical College System (KCTCS)/Bluegrass Community and Technical
           College (BCTC) and the Scott County Board of Education and extending the
           agreement for FY13.
     J) APPROVE COMMON CARRIER TO TRANSPORT GIFTED STUDENTS TO
           CHICAGO: Recommendation: Board approve the use of common carrier services
           (Ohio Valley Travel) to provide transportation for Gifted students to Chicago,
           Illinois on September 5-7, 2012, due to the distance of the trip.
     K) APPROVE DONATION TO GEORGETOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL:
           Recommendation: Board approve the donation of $500 from Frank Shoop
           Chevrolet to be used for behavior awards in the PASS program.
     L) APPROVE DONATION TO ROYAL SPRING MIDDLE SCHOOL:
           Recommendation: Board approve the donation of travel bags, with a value
           exceeding $100, from White, Greer and Maggard to support their cheer team.
     M) APPROVE DONATION TO SCOTT COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL CHORAL
           DEPARTMENT: Recommendation: Board approve the donation of $500 from
           KSBA to supplement the cost of expenses to attend and perform at the KSBA Energy
           Meeting.
N)   APPROVE DONATION TO SCOTT COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL FFA:
     Recommendation: Board approve the donation of $884 from Scott County FFA
     Alumni to be used to supplement the cost for students to attend the State FFA
     Convention.
O)   APPROVE DONATION TO SCOTT COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL AFJROTC:
     Recommendation: Board approve the donation of $249 from Mr. Phillip Hughes to
     be used to supplement the cost of equipment for cadets in the AFJROTC program.
P)   APPROVE DONATIONS TO SCOTT COUNTY 9TH GRADE SCHOOL:
     Recommendation: Board approve the donations of 2 Kindle Fires, 2 Kindles, $450
     Cash and 1 Poster/Banner Printer from Scott County 9th Grade PTSO to support
     the 9th Grade School.
Q)   APPROVE SCHS FUNDRAISER: Recommendation: Board approve the
     fundraiser (school pictures) for Scott County High School to be conducted during
     school year 2012-13 as presented.
R)   APPROVE EMPLOYEE FIDELITY BOND: Recommendation: Board approve
     the Employee Fidelity Bond in the amount of $500,000 at an annual cost of
     $1,741.80 for FY13.
S)   APPROVE AUTHORIZED CHECK SIGNORS AT KENTUCKY BANK:
     Recommendation: Board approve the requested changes to authorized signors on
     the Scott County Activity Accounts at Kentucky Bank.
T)   APPROVE WORKERS’ COMPENSATION: Recommendation: Board approve
     the bid as submitted by Kentucky Employers Mutual Insurance to provide Workers’
     Compensation Coverage for FY 2013 at the projected premium of $189,263.36.
U)   APPROVE GASB 54: Recommendation: Board approve the following categories
     as “Committed Funds” in accordance with the GASB 54 reporting requirement,
     with the actual balance of each to be established at the July meeting of the Board
     and designate the Superintendent and the Director of Business & Finance the
     authority to classify amounts as “Assigned Fund Balance”:
      SBDM – Carry-Over Funds
      Vocational Funds
      Sick Leave
      Textbook Purchases
      Future Personnel Costs
      Internal Service Account
      Occupational License Tax Refunds
V)   DECLARE ASSETS TO BE SURPLUS: Recommendation: Board declare listed
     assets as surplus goods and approve the sale or disposal of these units.
W)   APPROVE SUPERINTENDENT’S CONTRACT: Recommendation: Board
     approve contract as submitted and authorize its signature by the Chairperson.
X)   APPROVE SECRETARY FOR THE BOARD: Recommendation: Board approve
     Secretary for the Board of Education in accordance with KRS 160.440 and
     authorize Chairperson to execute that contract with Superintendent Patricia Putty
     as the Board Secretary.
Y)   APPROVE 2012-2013 COMPREHENSIVE DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT PLAN
     ASSURANCES: Recommendation: Board approve Comprehensive District
     Improvement Plan Assurances stating that we will be in compliance with all state
     laws related to funds the school district receives from the federal and state
     governments and have the superintendent submit the statement of compliance to
     KDE for the 2012-2013 school year.
Z)  APPROVE ASPHALT PAVING AT SCOTT COUNTY MIDDLE AND HIGH
    SCHOOL: RECOMMENDATION: Approve the proposal submitted by Hamilton-
    Hinkle Paving Company, a Division of Nally Gibson Georgetown, LLC, utilizing
    the KYDOT Master Agreement ID No. MA 605 1200000636 1, in the amount of
    $273,965.80 for in-place asphalt paving to pave and stripe the SCHS front and
    rear lots and the SCMS bus lot;
    Authorize Board designee to execute the proposal and any other documents
    required by KDE, and;
    Authorize staff to contact KDE to make financial changes to the KDE Capital
    Funds Request Form, staying within the funds approved, $446,607.00.
AA) APPROVE COOLING TOWER REPLACEMENTS AT NORTHERN AND
    WESTERN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS: RECOMMENDATION: Board approve
    the bid and award the contract to the low bidder, Thermal Equipment, in the
    amount of $71,231.02, for the Cooling Tower Replacement at Northern and
    Western Elementary schools, per approved BG# 12-225;
    Approve design contract with KTA Engineers at an hourly rate, not to exceed
    $5,000, plus reimbursable expenses, authorizing the Board designee to execute;
    Approve the Cooling Tower Replacement specifications for submission to KDE;
    Authorize the Board designee to execute any additional documents required to
    attain KDE approval to execute the contract;
    Authorize the Board designee to execute the Construction Contract upon KDE
    approval;
    Authorize staff to contact KDE to make financial changes to the KDE Capital
    Funds Request Form, staying within the funds approved, $446,607.00; and
    Approve the BG#1 revised financial page to coincide with actual expenditures,
    authorizing the Superintendent, Finance Officer and Board Chair to execute the
    document for submission to KDE, should KDE request revising the BG# 12-225
    financial page.
BB) APPROVE ENERGY IMPROVEMENTS @ VARIOUS SCHOOLS:
    RECOMMENDATION: Board approve a BG# 1 for district-wide energy efficiency
    projects, in the amount of $500,000, to be funded by a KISTA-KSBA bond sale and
    authorize the Superintendent, Finance Officer and Board Chair to execute the
    document for submission to KDE;
    Approve design contract with KTA Engineers at an hourly rate, not to exceed an
    amount to be determined by staff after the project scope requiring a design
    professional is determined by KDE, plus reimbursable expenses, and authorize the
    Board designee to execute the contract;
    Approve the KISTA-KSBA Energy Savings For Schools Program Participation
    Resolution, “A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION (“BOARD”)
    AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF AN EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES LEASE
    (“LEASE”) WITH THE KENTUCKY INTERLOCAL SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION
    ASSOCIATION (“KISTA”) TO IMPLEMENT THE BOARD’S PARTICIPATION IN
    KISTA’S POOLED FINANCING FOR ENERGY CONSERVATION PROJECTS
    (“ECP”) THROUGH THE ISSUANCE OF KISTA’S EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES
    LEASE REVENUE CERTIFICATES OF PARTICIPATION (“CERTIFICATES” OR
    “COPS”)”, and authorize the Board Chair and Superintendent to execute the
    Participation Resolution document; and
    Authorize the Board designee to execute any documentation required to attain KDE
    approval.
CC) APPROVE CHANGE ORDERS FOR 9TH GRADE CAFETERIA ADDITION:
          RECOMMENDATION: Board approve the following change order(s) and
          amount(s). Authorize the Board designee to execute the change order(s) less than
          $7,500 for submission to the Kentucky Department of Education which do not
          require prior approval, or submit the proposed change order(s) in excess of $7,500
          to KDE for their review and approval and execute the change order(s) upon receipt
          of the KDE approval.
          CO#       Bid Pkg.       Contractor                                      Amount
          8         270-02         NewTech Systems                                 $ 1,929.70
          9         030-01         Woodford Builders                               $ 4,940.00
      DD) APPROVE CHANGE ORDER FOR NEW EASTSIDE ELEMENTARY:
          RECOMMENDATION: Board approve the following change order(s) and
          amount(s). Authorize the Board designee to execute the change order(s) less than
          $7,500 for submission to the Kentucky Department of Education which do not
          require prior approval, or submit the proposed change order(s) in excess of $7,500
          to KDE for their review and approval and execute the change order(s) upon receipt
          of the KDE approval.
          CO#              Bid Pkg.               Contractor                       Amount
          10               030-02                 BCD, Inc.                        $ 9,315.00
      EE) APPROVAL FOR FEDERAL GRANT PARTICIPATION: Recommendation:
          Scott County Board of Education approve Scott County Schools to serve as a
          collaborative community partner for development of a competitive grant proposal
          to seek federal funding for School Based Health Centers. There is no obligation to
          the Board at this time other than to participate in local efforts to design a proposal.

10.    APPROVE RESOLUTION EMPLOYING ATTORNEYS: Upon the recommendation
       of the Superintendent, it was moved by Mr. Conway and seconded by Ms. Sams that
       the Board approve the Resolution Employing Attorney.
       Motion carried unanimously.
           WHEREAS, under the provisions of KRS 160.370, the Superintendent is the
       executive agent of the Board of Education of Scott County and the professional adviser
       to the Board in all matters, and
           WHEREAS, the Board of Education, under the provisions of KRS 160.290(1), has
       general control and management of the Scott County Schools, as well as of all school
       funds, and
           WHEREAS, the Superintendent of the Scott County Schools has requested this
       Board to authorize her to employ, for legal services as needed, for and on behalf of the
       Board of Education/Scott County Schools, and for assisting and advising her in
       relation to her duties and responsibilities, and others employed in the School District
       as authorized by her, the Chenoweth Law Office; and the Board of Education is the
       client under this resolution and retains the ultimate right to limit the incurring of
       liability for professional services.

           On motion of Haley Conway, and seconded by Rebecca Sams , BE IT RESOLVED:

           The Chenoweth Law Office is employed as legal counsel to represent, assist, and
        advise the Board of Education of the Scott County Schools and Superintendent on
        behalf of the Board of Education and to render such legal services as may be requested
        or required on an as needed basis. This resolution is not intended to replace or
        supplant any other contract, agreement, or resolution by which the Board of Education
        has determined or will determine to retain or utilize any other legal counsel on an
        ongoing, periodic, specific, or as needed basis.
        The Chenoweth Law Office is to be paid the sum of One Hundred Twenty Five Dollars
        ($125.00) per hour for legal services rendered and for travel time, and to be
        reimbursed for any reasonable expenses incurred. Mileage is to be reimbursed at the
        same rate as that for State employees. Itemized bills for legal services rendered, travel
        and expenses incurred are to be submitted periodically by the Chenoweth Law Office
        for payment by the Scott County Board of Education. These bills for legal services and
        expenses shall not be submitted for a period of less than one (1) month, unless
        otherwise requested.
        This 12th day of June, 2012.

        BOARD MEMBER VOTE:
        Phyllis Young, Chair        Yes
        Rebecca W. Sams             Yes
        Robert H. Conway            Yes
        Luther Mason                Yes
        Dr. Roger Ward              Yes

11.   APPROVE ENERGY MANAGEMENT POSITION RENEWAL:                               Upon the
      recommendation of the Superintendent, it was moved by Mr. Conway and seconded by
      Dr. Ward that the Board approve the renewal of Energy Management position.
      Motion carried unanimously.

12.   SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORT: The Superintendent reported on the following:
      a. Haley Conway made the suggestion to reopen Georgetown High School back up. Mr.
         Conway would like the board to consider.
      b. Superintendent Putty introduced the new principal at Georgetown Middle School
         Mrs. Rhonda Schornick. Mrs. Schornick brings vast experience from teacher, Dean,
         Title IX and RTI Coach. Ms. Putty commended GMS Site Base Council and they did
         a very nice job. Congratulations!
      c. Ms. Putty said over 300 teachers and not all of them from Scott County were at
         RSMS for Technology Jubilee today. The Jubilee was a great success.
      d. SCHS girls softball team went to State and represented Scott County well. We want
         to recognize them and the coach at some point.
      e. Task Force Committee would like to bring their suggestions to the Board for a new
         high school. The Board agreed to have a Special Board Meeting so the Task Force
         Committee could present their recommendations on June 25th at 5:30 p.m.
         Superintendent Putty will send an email to Task Force Committee members of the
         date and time and email Board Members the suggestions.
      f. Mike Luscher gave an update on the cafeteria addition being on schedule and will be
         ready when school starts. The new elementary is moving along well with water and
         electric soon.
      g. Assistant Superintendent of Student Learning Matt Thompson shared we have 135
         teachers working on common assessments and will throughout the summer. The
         teachers will work together four days. Every teacher has access to Continuous
         Instructional Improvement Technology System (CIITS) across the state. Teachers
         can create a test from our loaded information. Superintendent Putty said having the
         vision over the last 3-4 years we have been building, working, sharing ideas and
         giving best practice. We commend our teachers for the foundation we laid over the
         last few years. We wouldn’t have these kinds of scores for the End of Course
         Assessments without the hard work of our teachers. They analyze the work and see
         that our kids are mastering those standards. Next year we will be looking at new
         science standards. We just can’t say enough to the Board on how important it is and
         how we are changing to a collaborative culture. We praise our teachers,
         administrators and central office staff as we continue to work this summer; as we
         continue to make the vision a reality.

13.   CLOSED SESSION: Closed session pursuant to KRS 61.810 (1)(c) to discuss pending
      or threatened litigation and possible Board action following closed session and
      evaluations.

      Mr. Chenoweth said we do not need to meet tonight.

14.   ADJOURNMENT: There being no further business to discuss, it was moved by Mr.
      Conway and seconded by Dr. Ward that the meeting be adjourned.
      Motion carried unanimously.




                                         Chairman, Board of Education




                                         Secretary, Board of Education

				
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