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					Mustang Public Schools Regular Board Meeting Agenda October 8, 2008 The order of business for the regular meeting of the Board of Education for the Mustang Public Schools, Mustang Education Center/George P. Morris Alternative Education Center, 400 North Clear Springs Road, Mustang, Oklahoma, 7:00 p.m. shall be as follows: The Board may vote to convene in executive session to discuss any matter on this agenda for which an executive session may be held under Oklahoma Law. The Board may discuss, make motions and vote upon all matters appearing on this agenda. Such votes may be to adopt, reject, reaffirm, rescind or take no action on any agenda matter. A. Invocation and Flag Salute B. Roll Call (may be silent): C. Superintendent’s Report:      Citizens of Character API Scores Fall Sports Report/ Planning Spring Sports/Facility Issues OSSBA District 10 Meeting, November 8, 2007, Cherokee Restaurant in Calumet Out of State Competitions

D. Correspondence: E. Public Participation: F. Board Report: G. Treasurer Reports: H. Consent Agenda: All the following items, which concern reports and items of a routine nature normally approved at board meetings, will be approved by one vote, unless any board member desires to have a separate vote on any or all of these items. The consent agenda consists of discussion, consideration and action on the following items that the Superintendent recommends be approved. 1. Approval and signing of the minutes for the regular board meeting on Monday, September 10, 2007. 2. Transfer of $240.00 from Activity Account # 829, Mustang Middle School Athletics, to Activity Account # 885, Mustang Middle School’s Builders Club, for the Builders Club members working in the basketball concessions during the 2006-2007 season. 3. Transfer of $50.00 from Activity Account # 829, Mustang Middle School Athletics, to Activity Account # 844, sub account # 909, Mustang North Middle School Athletics, to pay Mustang Middle School’s yearly dues to the Metro Middle School Athletic Conference account that the athletic director at Mustang North Middle School is chair.

4. Transfer of $100.00 from Activity Account # 888, Mustang Creek Elementary School’s Activity Account, to Activity Account # 950, Mustang Centennial Elementary School’s Activity Account, due to the opening of the new school. 5. Transfer of $1,000.00 from Activity Account # 950, Mustang Centennial Elementary School’s Activity Account, to Activity Account # 952, Mustang Centennial Elementary School’s Staff Activity Account. These funds were awarded by Wal-Mart to a 2006-2007 site teacher of the year, not raised by students. 6. Approval to establish an activity account for the following: Boys Basketball – Mustang Mid-High School Receipts: Approved fundraisers, interest, t-shirt sales, entry fees and donations Disbursements: Purchase of athletic supplies/equipment, travel expenses, team meals, lodging, mileage, first aid supplies, fundraiser expenses, awards, clinic, professional magazines, coaches clothes, team t-shirts, trainer/lay coach fees and sports banquet expenses Mustang Trails Elementary School Student Council Receipts: Approved fund raising campaigns in the name of the organization, interest, donations, school/spirit supply sales, t-shirt sales, food sales Disbursements: Awards, fundraising supplies/expenses, field trips relating to student council, school spirit/pride expenses, student motivation/reward expenses, t-shirt sales expenses, community projects, student council projects, food/food sales expenses/supplies, travel expenses for student council members, refreshments for meeting and activities relating to student council 7. Approval to accept the donation to Mustang Centennial Elementary School of landscape plants from Lowes Inc. Value of the plants is approximately $1,000.00. 8. Approval to declare as surplus the list of computers, monitors and peripheral components from the Technology Department from Mustang Elementary School, Mustang Valley Elementary School, Mustang Creek Elementary School and Mustang Mid-High School. They are of no value to MPS. 9. Approval of the continuing contract between the Oklahoma State Department of Career and Technology Education and MPS for the 2007-2008 school year. 10. Approval of the “Use of Facility” request from Oklahoma Force Softball to use the softball fields at Mustang North Middle School, beginning October 9, 2007, and ending June 30, 2008 two times a week, at no cost. 11. Approval of the “Use of Facility” request from the Mustang Youth Soccer Association to use the outdoor soccer field at Mustang Trails Elementary School, beginning October 9, 2007, and ending June 1, 2008 from 5-8 p.m., at no cost. 12. Approval of the “Use of Facility” request from The City of Mustang Parks and Recreation for the After School Program for the 2007-2008 school year. 13. Approval for DECA sponsor, one (1) additional certified personnel and approximately thirty (30) students to attend the DECA Fall Competition in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, November 12-13, 2007. The students will pay for their expenses; expenses for the certified employees will be paid for by activity account # 864 and Marketing Incentive money. 14. Approval for the DECA sponsor to attend the ACTE Convention and Career Tech Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada, December 12-16, 2007. Expenses will be incurred by Oklahoma ACTE, Oklahoma Marketing Education Teachers (OMET) and Marketing Incentive funds.

15. Approval for DECA sponsor, two (2) additional certified personnel and approximately forty (40) students to attend the DECA State Career Development Conference in Tulsa, Oklahoma, February 25-27, 2008. The students will pay for their expenses; expenses for the certified employees will be paid for by activity account # 864 and Marketing Incentive money. 16. Approval for DECA sponsor, qualifying students and additional certified personnel as needed, to attend the International DECA Career Development Conference in Atlanta Georgia, April 25-30, 2008. The students will pay for their expenses; expenses for the certified employees will be paid for by activity account # 864 and Marketing Incentive money. 17. Approval for the Mustang High School JROTC to participate in the Top of Texas invitational Drill competition in Wichita Falls, Texas, October 13, 2007. Expenses will be incurred by the JROTC booster club and the cadets. 18. Approval for the Mustang High School band to attend “Fiesta-Val” band contest in Atlanta, Georgia, April 17-20, 2008. Student expenses will be paid for by fundraisers and/or personally. Expenses for sponsors will be paid for by the Band Activity Account. I. Activity Fund Reports, Approval or Disapproval of Encumbrances and Discussion of the Budget: 19. The Board will discuss, consider and/or act upon the Year 2006-2007 General Fund (11) encumbrances # 835-1098; payroll encumbrances # 50789-50926; Building Fund (21) # 16-18; Food Service (22) encumbrances # 184-227; payroll encumbrances # 50078-50102; OKC MAPS Trust (24) # 52; Bond Fund (32) # 16-28; Bond Fund (36) # 51-56; and change orders. J. Business: 20. The Board will discuss, consider and/or act upon the approval of the resolutions for the annual school board member election for board position number three (3). 21. The Board will discuss, consider and/or act upon the approval of the legal notice and press release for the annual school board member election for board position number three (3). 22. The Board will discuss, consider and/or act upon the revision for Board Policy # AR3130, Educational Field Trip (Regulations) waiving the thirty (30) day consideration. 23. The Board will discuss, consider and/or act upon the recommendation to increase the pay scale for Law Enforcement Officers that provide security for the athletic events at MPS to $25.00 per hour, with a 4-hour minimum. The only exception will be home varsity football games and officers will be paid a 5-hour minimum. 24. The Board will discuss, consider and/or act upon Change Order # 1 from Markwell Paving for $385.00 at Mustang Valley Elementary School for the south entry of the school’s sidewalk. This is a decrease. 25. The Board will discuss, consider and/or act upon Change Order # 2 from W. E. B, Construction, Inc., for the 10” sewer line extension at Mustang Trails Elementary School for $5,756.25. This is an increase. 26. The Board will discuss, consider and/or act upon the revisions to the Crisis and Management Plan (CAMP). 27. The Board will discuss, consider and/or act upon the approval of the 2007-2008 Support Personnel Handbook.

28. The Board will discuss, consider and/or act upon the creation of a new certified position for “Director of Personnel.” 29. The Board will discuss, consider and/or act to establish $2,000.00 to be paid annually to each JROTC instructor for after school and weekend competitions. Base salary for these positions is mandated by the Department of Defense. L. New Business: M. Executive Session: The Board may vote to go into Executive Session to discuss personnel identified in Items # 30-56 pursuant to Oklahoma Statute Title 25, Section 307 B1. The Board will vote to acknowledge that the Board has returned to Open Session. N. Personnel Consent: 30. Resignation of Charles Bradley as an unassigned assistant principal for MPS for the 2007-2008 school year, effective at the end of the work day on Monday, October 8, 2007. 31. Resignation of John Bohn as a maintenance worker for the Maintenance Department for MPS for the 2007-2008 school year, effective Thursday, October 4, 2007. 32. Resignation of Barbara Coffman as secretary to the Director of Operations for the 2007-2008 school year, effective October 9, 2007. 33. Resignation of Nicole Groves as a 3 hour hostess at Mustang Centennial Elementary School, effective September 21, 2007. 34. Resignation of Randi Pena as a bus driver for the Transportation Department of MPS for the 2007-2008 school year, effective September 14, 2007. 35. Resignation of Laura Smith as a bus driver for the Transportation Department of MPS for the 2007-2008 school year, effective September 27, 2007. 36. Employment of the following certified personnel on a supplemental contract for the 2007-2008 school year, per the negotiated 2007-2008 school year: Justin Ediger – vocal music at Mustang High School Tim Catlett – assistant vocal music at Mustang High School Elanna Killackey – speech/debate at Mustang High School Roger Sharp – instrumental music at Mustang Middle School Belinda Watson – instrumental music at Mustang Middle School Elizabeth Olsen – co-sponsor student council at Mustang Middle School Pamela Shade – professional development committee member, Mustang Centennial Elementary School David French – professional development committee chairperson Elizabeth Olsen – assistant volleyball at Mustang Middle School Kathy Stevens – intermediate team leader at Mustang Centennial Elementary School 37. Employment of Melinda Matthews as an unassigned 8-hour custodian for the Custodial Department of MPS for the 2007-2008 school year, on a probationary contract beginning October 2, 2007, and ending June 30, 2008. 38. Employment of Lisa Traca as an unassigned 8-hour custodian for the Custodial Department of MPS for the 2007-2008 school year, on a probationary contract beginning October 3, 2007, and ending June 30, 2008.

39. Employment of Kimberly Van Aken as a teacher assistant at Mustang Creek Elementary School for the 2007-2008 school year, on a probationary contract beginning September 25, 2007, and ending May 22, 2008. 40. Employment of Hillary Marquez as a special education teacher assistant at Mustang Trails Elementary School for the 2007-2008 school year, on a probationary contract beginning September 17, 2007, and ending May 22, 2008. This is a new position. 41. Employment of Alice Paul as a special education teacher assistant at Mustang High School for the 2007-2008 school year, on a probationary contract beginning September 10, 2007, and ending May 22, 2008. 42. Employment of Misti Rosebrook as a special education teacher assistant at Mustang Centennial Elementary School for the 2007-2008 school year, on a probationary contract beginning September 4, 2007, and ending May 22, 2008. This is a new position. 43. Employment of Donald White as a 4.5-hour cafeteria assistant at Lakehoma Elementary School for the Child Nutrition Department of MPS for the 2007-2008 school year, on a probationary contract beginning September 10, 2007, and ending May 23, 2008. 44. Employment of Geneva Williams as a 3-hour cafeteria assistant at Mustang High School for the Transportation Department of MPS for the 2007-2008 school year, on a probationary contract beginning September 17, 2007, and ending May 23, 2008. 45. Employment of Robert Burkle as a 3-hour cafeteria assistant at Mustang Mid-high School for the Child Nutrition Department of MPS for the 2007-2008 school year, on a probationary contract beginning September 19, 2007, and ending May 23, 2008. 46. Employment of Ginger Magill as a 3-hour cafeteria assistant at Mustang Trails Elementary School for the Child Nutrition Department of MPS for the 2007-2008 school year, on a probationary contract beginning September 18, 2007, and ending May 23, 2008. 47. Employment of Kathy Dunn as a 3-hour cafeteria assistant for the Child Nutrition Department of MPS, for the 2007-2008 school year, on a probationary contract beginning September 27, 2007, and ending May 23, 2008. 48. Employment of Leo Hardie as a 4-hour bus driver for the Transportation Department of MPS, on a probationary contract for the 2007-2008 school year, beginning October 3, 2007, and ending May 22, 2008. 49. Employment of Peggy Anderson as a crosswalk guard at Mustang Elementary School for the 2007-2008 school on a probationary contract, beginning October 5, 2007, and ending May 22, 2008. 50. Reassignment of Randi Pena as a 2-hour office assistant for Mustang Middle School/Mustang North Middle School to a 7.5-hour site secretary at Mustang North Middle School for the remainder of the 2007-2008 school year, on a probationary contract beginning September 17, 2007, and ending June 2, 2008. 51. Reassignment of Amy Feurborn as a teacher assistant at Mustang Elementary School to a special education teacher assistant at Mustang Creek Elementary School, effective September 25, 2007. 52. Employment of the following personnel as Child Nutrition substitutes for the 2007-2008 school year, pending documentation for employment: Ginger Magill, effective 9-11-07 Susan Myers, effective 9-11-07 Robert Burkle, effective 9-13-07 Kathy Dunn, effective 9-14-07 Sherril White, effective 9-14-07 53. Employment of Peggy Anderson as a call in as needed bus aide for the Transportation Department of MPS for the 2007-2008 school year, effective September 25, 2007.

54. Employment of Cindy Hamilton on a temporary substitute contract at Mustang Creek Elementary School beginning October 24, 2007, and ending December 21, 2007, or upon the return of the teacher, at the rate of $180.86 per day. 55. Employment of the following personnel as substitutes for the 2006-2007 school year, pending proper documentation for employment:  Support substitute at $40.00 per day, unlimited number of days per school year: Deborah Booth LeAnn Brock Vicky Dean Ronette Drye Jeanna Forsythe Kendra Hale Crystal Hooper Jana Malone Sherri McClure Mary Miller Babita Nayyar Linda Rankin Jennifer Reed Krystal Rose-Arabaci Tara Weinrich Tara Williams Vicki Wilson Kelly Zepeda  Non-certified, non-degreed substitute at $50.00 per day, 70 days per school year: LeAnn Brock Vicky Dean Ronette Drye Blake Dworshak Jeanna Forsythe Kendra Hale Sherri McClure Mary Miller Dana Park Gina Paxton Linda Rankin Amanda Tyson Mary Walker Tara Weinrich Thomas Wilcox Vicki Wilson  Non-certified, degreed substitute at $50.00 per day, 100 days per school year: Janice Bowman Michael Buckley Crystal Hooper Amanda Kniskern Jana Malone Jeff Mussman Babita Nayyar James Perry Maria Ramos Jennifer Reed Clement Stang Dane Towery Tara Williams  Certified substitute at $60.00 per day, unlimited number of days per school year: Debera Baker Carol Brimm Amanda Grace Amber McKaig Krystal Rose-Arabaci Kelly Zepeda O. Personnel: 56. The Board will discuss, consider and/or act upon the employment of Lisa LeClair as a 5th grade teacher at Mustang Creek Elementary School on a temporary contract for the 2007-2008 school year, beginning August 22, 2007, and ending May 23, 2008, pending proper certification and/or release from her current employer. P. Adjournment:


				
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