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									             Argillite Elementary School Site Based Decision Making Council
                                      Minutes of the Regular Meeting
                     Tuesday, August 28, 2012 4:00 p.m. Location: Library/Media Center


Members Present:
Tom Crump, Chairperson                                             Donna Bentley
Clare Nemeth                                                       Meredith Hall
Lisa Blevins                                                       Felicia Burnham

Members Absent

Guests and Staff Present:
Bette Parks, Secretary


I.     OPENING COMMENTS
       Welcome by Tom Crump. Bette Parks called roll.


II.    READING AND APPROVAL OF AGENDA
       Following distribution and review Tom Crump recommended Council accept the August
       28, 2012 Agenda as written. Donna Bentley made the motion to accept. Lisa Blevins
       seconded the motion. Council reached consensus to accept the Agenda as written.


III.    ANNOUNCEMENTS
        Fall Pictures will be on Wednesday, August 29.      Kindergarten and 5th grades will
       sponsor a Dance on Friday, August 31.          There will be no school on Monday,
       September 3(Holiday – Labor Day.        There will be a Lockdown Drill on Thursday,
       September 6. The Annual Fall book Fair will be Monday, September 10 – Friday,
       September 14. The Annual Grandparents’ Breakfasts will be on Tuesday, September 11
       for Kindergarten through 2nd Grade and on Wednesday, September 12 for Grades 3 – 5.
       On Thursday, September 13, there will be a fire drill.         AR Family Night/Book
       Fair is Thursday, September 13.          Agriculture Day is Friday, September 14. *
               During Monday Morning Assembly at 7:45 a.m. on Monday, September 17.
       Mr. Simmons and the 5th grades will perform for Constitution Day.          Spirit Week is
       Monday, September 24 – Thursday, September 27.            Five Staff members and one
       Parent will be attending the KASC Conference in Louisville on Tuesday, September 25
       and Wednesday, September 26.                  Spirit Night at GCHS is on Thursday,
       September 27.       Jump Rope for Heart is scheduled for Friday, September 28.


IV.    READING AND APPROVAL OF MINUTES
       Tom Crump recommended that the Minutes of the July 17, 2012 meeting be approved as
       written. Clare Nemeth made the motion. Meredith Hall seconded it. The minutes were
       approved as written by consensus of Council.




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V.     BUDGET/ACTION ITEMS
       Budgets
       SBDM
       Account Analysis Report
       Extended School Services Allocations
       Professional Development Budget
               Tom Crump presented the financial reports, explaining the SBDM rollover toward
       salaries. He stated that we must redo and resubmit fundraising and field trips and Tammy
       Justice ordered juice mix for the dance. Members discussed all students getting an Ag
       Day t-shirt. Tom Crump will take care of this. Julie Kitchen will send a note to all
       teachers to get their students shirt sizes ASAP. He will email teachers reminding them to
       implement Agriculture and integrate it into their curriculum. Lisa Blevins suggested
       preparing a Hallway Bulletin board. Tom Crump stated that Sherri Nickel would pull out
       the poster used at the Greenup County Fair for him to use to make a banner for Ag Day.
       Bette Parks and Janet Baldridge will make two backboards and man the Ag Day sign in
       booth. Lisa explained to Council members that the Paramount will bring programs to
       the school for about $1,000.00 and we could charge students $3.00 each to pay for it.
       Tom Crump will see that t-shirts or certificates will be purchased for Earobics. Clare
       Nemeth will submit a field trip request to take students to Wolf Pen.
       ESS funds will be moved to PD. Donna Bentley asked for a Reading PD by Angela
       Hildebrandt. Members discussed doing this Countywide to share cost. Tom Crump will
       check on this. Donna Bentley asked that a PD on our copier is needed for all teachers so
       they can use all of the extra features. Tom Crump declared that the next PD would be
       RTI with Wurtland and Greysbranch Elementaries. Tom Crump recommended budgets
       be accepted as written. Clare Nemeth made the motion to accept as is and Lisa Blevins
       seconded the motion. Consensus was reached to do so.


VI.    DELEGATIONS
       Clare Nemeth stated that she was representing several teachers presenting this proposal.
       She suggested that we have a yearlong theme to pump students up for testing – Wild
       About Learning, and recognizing students during morning assembly for As (grades) on
       chapter tests and other classroom activities from Kindergarten through 5th grade. Tom
       Crump recommended this be done. Meredith Hall made the motion to do so and Felicia
       Burnham seconded the motion. Consensus was reached to adopt this yearlong theme.


VII.   COMMITTEE/PROGRAM REPORTS
       Home School Relations - Component Manager, Janie Barney
       Student Achievement       - Component Manager, Clare Nemeth
       Reducing Barriers         - Component Manager, Lisa Blevins/Beth Spencer
       Lisa Blevins stated that she would like to step down as Co Manager of the Reducing
       Barriers Component. Tom Crump reiterated that the CSIP and 30/60/90 Day Plan would
       be combined. Members decided the 3 new component titles would be Curriculum,
       School culture, and community Relations. The CSIP has long-term goals and the
       30/60/90 Plan has short-term goals.




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VIII. OLD BUSINESS
      Policies and By Laws Review
      Bette Parks distributed both packets to each member and reviewed Matt Baker’s email
      and a copy of the sample By Laws that he sent. We are in compliance. Bette parks will
      change a typographical error on Policy 2.08. The date of the first reading should read
      1995. It has already been changed on the AES website. Clare Nemeth made the motion
      that Policies and By Laws remain as is with the above exception. Lisa Blevins seconded
      the motion. Council reached consensus to do so.


IX.    NEW BUSINESS
       KASC Conference
       Bette Parks distributed Session descriptions to all members. All registrations have been
       faxed for the six people who will be attending and Bette Parks will get the hotel
       confirmation numbers from tom Crump. He expressed the hope that the test scores will
       be in for members to analyze while attending the conference.


XII.   ITEMS FOR NEXT MEETING
       The next regular meeting will be at 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 18, 2012 in the
       AES LMC due to being gone for the regular meeting date of Tuesday, September 25.


XI.    ADJOURNMENT
       Lisa Blevins made the motion to adjourn. Felicia Burnham seconded the motion. The
       meeting was adjourned at 5:09 p.m.

                                                           Respectfully submitted,
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                                                           Chairperson
                                                           ___________________
                                                           Secretary




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