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					KOKOMO-CENTER TOWNSHIP
CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL CORPORATION
                    POB 2188 Kokomo, IN 46904-2188 Phone 765 455-8000 Fax 765 455-6851

                            MINUTES OF THE MEETING
                       OF THE BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES
                           KOKOMO-CENTER TOWNSHIP
                      CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL CORPORATION
                               MAY 7, 2007 6:00 P.M.


    MEMBERS PRESENT                                      OTHERS PRESENT

Joe Dunbar, President                           Thomas J. Little Jr., Superintendent
Frank Bellamy Jr., Vice President               Allen Essig, Assistant Superintendent
Karen Sosbe, Secretary                          Dee Lohman, Executive Director
Jim Callane, Member                             Pennye Siefert, Director of Human Resources
Thomas Reed, Member                             Eric Rody, Director of Business Affairs/Treasurer
Theodore Schuck, Member                         David Barnes, Community Liaison
 Kevin Summers, Member                          Karla Dain, Board Secretary
                                                Thomas Hilligoss, School Attorney
                                                Kasey May, Student Advisor
     OTHERS PRESENT                             Om Srivastava, Student Advisor
Marilyn Ritchie                                 Lisa Fipps, Kokomo Perspective
Linda Campbell                                  Doug Arnold
Jack Lazar                                      Sandi Quinton
Tom Roache                                      Cynthia Evans
Nanette Bowling                                 Dwight Cline
David Buckalew                                  Chris Lagoni
Claudette Renfro                                Cheryl Harshman
Sharon Hahn                                     Misty Bowling
Bob Connor                                      Douglas Carter
Grant Sinning                                   George Delon
Glenda Delon                                    Derek Shelley
Stephanie Moss                                  Torie Bowling
Elizabeth Davis                                 Abby Deck
Debbie Glass                                    Gregg Glass
Corey Anderson                                  Daniel Hofer
Alan Anderson                                   Jamie Ramos
Dan Smith                                       Patrick Bynum
John Bundy                                      Cassandra Trent
Kevin Moore                                     Ashley Cobb
Alexandra Glenn                                 Dana Davis
Jack Glenn                                      Jill Parry
Julie Wallyn                                    David Hannum
Art Anderson                                    Bette Anderson

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Philip Stavroff                            Becky Moulder
Monica Carter                              Gina Beechy
Whittney Beechy                            Dave Blanton
Mark Willhite                              Kim Willhite
Maria Lawrence                             Addie McKinney
Jay Lawrence                               Jan Stark
Frank McDorman                             Rick Sutton
Rick Hagenow                               Michael Julian
Amelia Lawrence                            Tyler Willhite
James Little                               Gerri Smalling
Kay Kinder                                 Jacquelyn Thomas Miller
Brian VanBuskirk

A regular meeting of the Board of School Trustees of the Kokomo-Center Township
Consolidated School Corporation was held in the Board Room of the Administrative Service
Center 100 West Lincoln Road, Kokomo, Indiana, at the hour of 6:00 p.m. pursuant to notice
duly given to all members of the Board in accordance with IC 20-26-4-3, IC 20-5-14-1.5, and the
rules of the Board.

The meeting was called to order by President Dunbar.

Minutes of the regular meeting on March 26, 2007, the executive session on April 23, 2007 and
the work sessions on March 22, 2007 and April 11, 2007 were adopted on a motion by Vice
President Bellamy, seconded by Member Summers and unanimously carried.

President Dunbar recognized the two Kokomo High School students, Kasey May and Om
Srivastava, who served as student advisors for the Board during 2006-2007 school year.

The Kokomo High School Winter Guard was honored for earning a 4th place performance at the
2007 Class A State Finals of the Indiana High School Color Guard Association competition.
These students honored were seniors Barbara Bitner (Captain), Ashlee Douglas (Manager),
Jessica Dunn (Captain), Chelsea Tolley, and Katherine Wideman (Captain); juniors Joanna
Brewer (Captain), Tisha Morgan, Stephanie Moss, Jackie Schrauben, and Tamaja Watson;
sophomores Abbie Deck, Cyndal Favors, Faith Minor, and Mariah Wieske-Ormsby; freshmen
Torie Bowling, Ashley Cobb, Elizabeth Davis, Kacy Douglass, Alexandra Glenn, Kasey Herren,
Gaby Meza, and Kevin Moore. A Resolution of Appreciation and Commendation was adopted
on a motion by Secretary Sosbe, seconded by Member Schuck and unanimously carried.

On a motion by Secretary Sosbe, seconded by Member Schuck and unanimously carried, the
Board adopted a Resolution of Appreciation and Commendation for Kokomo High School All
State Band members Nick Bailey, Aimee Kegler, and Michael Wallyn for earning All State Band
honors.

Kokomo High School student Patrick Bynum was honored for winning a $5,000 scholarship in
the Dr. Maya Angelou / Alltel Wireless “Words of Wisdom: Lessons in Courage” essay contest.
A Resolution of Appreciation and Commendation was adopted on a motion by Secretary Sosbe,
seconded by Member Reed and unanimously carried.


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Kokomo High School student Corey Anderson was honored for being a 2007 National Merit
Scholarship Finalist. A Resolution of Appreciation and Commendation was adopted on a motion
by Secretary Sosbe, seconded by Member Reed and unanimously carried.

Bon Air Middle School students Amelia Lawrence and Tyler Willhite were honored for winning
the “Judges Award” at the 2006 Lego League State Tournament. A Resolution of Appreciation
and Commendation was adopted on a motion by Secretary Sosbe, seconded by Member Schuck
and unanimously carried.

The Kokomo High School members of the “KACC Close-Up” Production crew were honored
for earning second place in the Indiana Association of School Broadcasters statewide
competition. These students included Producer Cassandra Trent, Assistant Producer Douglas
Carter, Segment Producer Destinee McNeil, Reporters Kelby Chesshir, Ashley Duncan, Kyle
Kennedy, Sarah Scott, and Grant Sinning, and Graphics Editor Audriana Flager. A Resolution of
Appreciation and Commendation was adopted on a motion by Secretary Sosbe, seconded by
Vice President Bellamy and unanimously carried.

The teachers of Kokomo-Center Schools were honored in recognition of National Teachers
Appreciation Week, May 7 – 11, 2007. A Resolution of Appreciation and Commendation was
adopted on a motion by Secretary Sosbe, seconded by Member Schuck and unanimously carried.

In the first item of Unfinished Business, Mr. Eric Rody, director of business affairs / treasurer,
discussed the results of the School Property Tax Control Board hearing that was held on April
19, 2007 where the KHS/KACC building project was presented along with the request for
permission to sell bonds. He said they received the order for the bond sale from the
Commissioner of the Department of Local Government Finance on May 1, 2007. Mr. Rody
stated that June 5, 2007 had been set as a date to receive bids for the construction part of the
building project and June 6, 2007 as the date for the bond sale. He stated that June 13, 2007 had
tentatively been set for a special board meeting to award bids. Mr. Rody requested permission
from the Board to proceed with the advertisement for bids for this building project. Permission
was granted on a motion by Vice President Bellamy, seconded by Secretary Sosbe and
unanimously carried.

Mr. Rody presented the bid results for the Building Security Project. He said that five bids were
received for this project. He recommended that the Board reject the bid from Mobile Radio of
Kokomo due to incomplete documentation enclosed with the bid. He then recommended the bid
of Esco Communications be awarded as the lowest responsible and responsive contractor with
their base bid of $389,400 along with alternates of 1 and 3 for a total contract of $417,120.00.
He also recommended acceptance of all unit prices submitted. He also recommended that the
superintendent and/or the director of business affairs be authorized to execute documents
accordingly. The recommendations were approved on a motion by Secretary Sosbe, seconded by
Member Schuck and unanimously carried.

Mr. Rody presented the bid results for supplies for the Central Store. He asked the Board to
reject bids from Quill Corporation and ICC Business due to not meeting bid specifications and to
approve the following vendors as the lowest and best responsible and responsive bidders for the
purchase of supplies for the Central Store: Bye-Mo’r, $95,887.43; Cannon IV, $3,162.40; Paper
101, $58,510.54; School Specialty, $1,742.77; Standard Stationary, $18,194.95; Tree House,

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Inc., $120,568.46; Ricoh Corporation, $2,223.22; National Arts, $13,274.88, for a total of
$313,564.65. These recommendations were approved on a motion by Member Schuck, seconded
by Secretary Sosbe and unanimously carried.

Mr. Rody presented the bid results for custodial supplies. Mr. Rody asked the Board to reject
bids from Interboro Packaging Corporation due to the absence of a bid bond or a check equal to
5% of the total bid. He asked the Board to approve the following vendors for the purchase of
custodial supplies: Acorn Distributors, Inc., $2,883.60; HP Products, Corp., $26,491.31; RD
Filip, Inc., $73,805.54; Schnaible Service & Supply Co., $38,984.86; and W. W. Grainger, Inc.,
$1,554.18, for a total of $143,719.49. These recommendations were approved on a motion by
Member Callane, seconded by Vice President Bellamy and unanimously carried.

In the final matter of Unfinished Business, Dr. Dee Lohman, executive director of PreK–12
Instructional Services, asked the Board to approve Zaner-Bloser Handwriting for elementary K-3
handwriting adoption for Kokomo-Center Schools during the next six years beginning with the
2007 - 2008 school year. Approval was granted on a motion by Member Summers, seconded by
Member Schuck and unanimously carried.

In the first matter of New Business, Mr. Rody asked the Board to approve the architectural
service agreements for the Kokomo High School Maintenance Storage Building and the
McKinley HVAC Piping Insulation Projects. He described the KHS Maintenance Storage
Building project which would consist of constructing a new pre-engineered steel building located
on the KHS athletic complex for storage of various pieces of maintenance equipment used in
maintaining all of the grounds of the KHS/KACC complex. He said the estimated cost of the
building was approximately $350,000. He asked the Board to approve the architectural services
of MSKTD for their design work, plans and specifications, bidding, and construction monitoring
for a total fee of $21,270 for the base building, and an additional $1,490 for the addition of the
engineering to install a wash bay to maintain the equipment. Mr. Rody then described the
McKinley HVAC Piping Insulation Project which would consist of the proper re-insulation of all
chilled water system piping to correct condensation problems currently experienced in the
building. He stated that the estimated cost of the total re-insulation project was estimated to be
approximately $100,000. He asked the Board to approve the services of MSKTD to properly bid
the project for a total fee of $5,000. Mr. Rody also recommended that the superintendent and/or
director of business affairs be authorized to execute the contracts for both projects accordingly
and allow MSKTD to proceed with the designing and bidding of each project accordingly.
Approval of these recommendations was granted on a motion by Member Callane, seconded by
Vice President Bellamy and unanimously carried.

Mr. Rody presented the Capital Projects Fund Plan Amendment. He explained that in order to
fund the construction of the maintenance storage facility for the Kokomo High School athletic
grounds, it would be necessary for the corporation to amend its 2007 Capital Projects Fund Plan.
He said this amendment would move budgeted funds from one building to another. He
recommended that the Board approve the transfer of $450,000 from the 2007 Administrative
Service Center Building Improvement account to the 2007 Kokomo High School Building
Improvement account. Approval was granted on a motion by Member Schuck, seconded by
Member Callane and unanimously carried.



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Mr. Rody presented the recommendation for this year’s summer food service program. He said
that free lunches, either hot or cold, would be served to children at Carver Community Center,
Central Middle School and Garden Square Apartments between June 11, 2007 and July 20, 2007.
He stated that the goal was to serve 3,500 meals or more to children who otherwise might not
have the opportunity to obtain a nutritious meal during the six-week program. The
recommendation was approved on a motion by Vice President Bellamy, seconded by Member
Schuck and unanimously carried.

Mr. Rody presented the recommendation to complete transfers of appropriation within the
Capital Projects Fund. He asked the Board to transfer $900,000 from the Administrative Service
Center’s Computer Lease Payment account to the Computer Hardware/Software account. He
said the monies would be used to purchase infrastructure equipment for the entire district.
Approval was granted on a motion by Member Schuck, seconded by Secretary Sosbe
and unanimously carried.

Dr. Lohman reviewed the Reading and Language Arts committee’s work this year in preparation
for textbook adoption for the next school year. She shared the rubrics that would be used to
review the samples of reading and language arts textbooks during the adoption process.

Dr. Lohman asked the Board to approve an agreement with Educational Services Company
(ESC) that would assign a consultant to work with KASEC and Kokomo-Center Schools on a
special education study. She said that ESC would review the current financial organizational
structure for KASEC and Kokomo-Center Schools. Dr. Lohman stated that the goal is to realign
and reassign the funding allocation provided to Kokomo-Center Schools and review the joint
services agreement. She said the cost would be $180.00 per hour for the consultant with the
estimated length of time for the project at 65 hours. The total cost of approximately $11,700
would be paid through special education grant monies. Approval was granted on a motion by
Vice President Bellamy, seconded by Member Schuck and unanimously carried.

Dr. Lohman, on behalf of Mrs. Nanette Bowling, director of Head Start, asked the Board to
approve three items for Head Start. She presented the Head Start Performance Standards that are
required to be revised annually with input from the Head Start management team members and
staff. Next, she presented the Head Start Strategic Plan that is required to be updated annually.
She said this plan was updated by the Head Start staff, Policy Council, management team, and a
Board member. She then presented the annual Head Start Community Assessment. Dr. Lohman
stated that this comprehensive assessment is due every three years with annual updates. She
shared that the information in the assessment was gathered from meetings with community
partners from all areas of the Head Start delivery service. Approval for all three items was
granted on a motion by Member Summers, seconded by Member Reed and unanimously carried.

In the final matter of New Business, Dr. Lohman presented a power point presentation on behalf
of Mr. Harold Canady, principal of Kokomo High School, and Mr. Rick Hagenow, assistant
principal of Kokomo High School, that detailed the plans for the Kokomo Achievement Team
(KAT) program at Kokomo High School. She stated that this program would address the needs
of incoming ninth grade student who are experiencing academic difficulties. She said the KAT 9
Team would focus primarily on students who have failed both English and Math on the ISTEP+.
Member Schuck shared that it is scary for 8th graders transitioning to high school. He said he was
glad to see some pro-active preparation for the GQE test as opposed to reacting after students fail

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the test. He commended everyone responsible in the development of this program. He further
stated that he was glad to see that the children will be monitored throughout their years at
Kokomo High School. President Dunbar asked how changes in the administration of the
program would be handled. Dr. Lohman stated that Mr. Hagenow would be the project director
and is committed to this program. President Dunbar then asked about the evaluation process.
Dr. Lohman responded that they had a listing of the different types of data that they wanted to
evaluate. She said that with the use of technology, it should be easier than it has been in the past.
She explained that the buildings are currently using red, yellow, green, and turquoise data. Dr.
Lohman said that pre and post assessments would be used, along with tracking other types of
data such as attendance. She further explained that they have people in place to compile all of
the different types of data, and Mr. Hagenow will be maintaining this data. Mr. Summers
inquired if there were any plans for a program at the 6th grade level. Dr. Lohman responded
that the decision was made to start with a KAT 9 program, but that there would be no reason not
to eventually expand to a KAT program at other grade levels. Approval was granted on a motion
by Member Schuck, seconded by Member Reed and unanimously carried.

The following Consent Agenda items were approved on a motion by Member Reed, seconded by
Secretary Sosbe and unanimously carried.

   Field Trip Requests:

   1. Sycamore Elementary is requesting an overnight trip to Camp Tecumseh in
      Brookston, Indiana on May 24 & 25, 2007 for the fourth grade KEY students.
      The students will participate in the Pioneer Heritage Program.

   2. Sycamore Elementary is requesting an out of state trip to Kings Island in Cincinnati,
      Ohio on May 11, 2007 for the fifth grade KEY students. Students will be attending Math
      and Science Day at Kings Island.

   Donations:

   1. $50.00 from Elizabeth and Michael Miles to Maple Crest Middle School for 8th Grade
      Party

   2. $184.60 from Elder Beerman Department Store to Kokomo High School Future Business
      Leaders of America
   3. Ten computer software items valued at $100.00 from Linda Maskel to Wallace
      Elementary School

   4. $113.56 from Target – Take Charge of Education to Maple Crest Elementary School
      Student Activities Fund

   5. Three $10.00 Qdoba Mexican Grill prize packs valued at $30.00 from Aztec Partners
      LLC to Maple Crest Middle School for 8th Grade Class Party




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   6. $97.99 from Target – Take Charge of Education to Boulevard Elementary School

   Facility Use Requests:

   1. A request from Jeremy Peele on behalf of the Haynes Apperson Festival Parade to use
       the parking lot at Central Middle School for the Haynes Apperson Parade line up on June
       30, 2007 from 12:00 – 5:00 p.m., with a waiver of rental and custodial fees.

   2. A request from Wayne Luttrell on behalf of Partners in Education in Howard County to
      use Memorial Gymnasium the afternoon of October 29, 2007 and the entire day on
      October 30, 2007 for Living in the Real World, with a waiver of rental and custodial fees.

   3. A request from Larry Kirkman on behalf of the Kokomo Park Band to use the auditorium
      at Kokomo High School for their summer concerts in the event of inclement weather with
      payment of any audio visual fees and a waiver of rental and custodial fees.

   4. A request from Doug Kline on behalf of Kokomo Parents Babe Ruth League to use the
      Kautz Field practice facility from March through the middle of July 2007 for baseball
      practices, with a waiver of rental and custodial fees.

   5. A request from Terri Hunt on behalf of Family Service Association and CAM and Matt
      Bolinger on behalf of Comprehensive Planning Corporation to use the Kokomo High
      School auditorium as a back-up site in case of inclement weather for a concert on June
      14, 2007 to raise money for Family Service Programs and a concert on June 21, 2007 for
      a benefit for CAM, with a waiver of rental and custodial fees.

Mrs. Pennye Siefert, director of human resources, brought the following Personnel Matters to the
Board for consideration: retirements from Julie Catt effective December 31, 2007, and
retirements from Robert Connor, Sharon Foland, Betty Mauermann, Freda Russell effective at
the end of the 2006-07 school year; resignations from Deborah Dougherty, LaTasha Fowler, Eric
Nelson, Tiffany Rose, Sheri Scherger, Carol Shutt; request for leaves of absence from Kenneth
Canady, Julie Catt, Laura Cavanaugh-Pinnamaneni, Vickie Getz, Jennifer Greene, Jessica Rhum,
Patricia Ryan; certified recommendation of Harold Canady as summer school principal (1/2) at
Kokomo High School, Kimberly Dunlap as temporary learning disabled teacher at Washington
Elementary School; classified recommendations of Patricia Bordner as cook at Maple Crest
School, Christine Crousore as cafeteria worker at Maple Crest School, Delores Cunningham as
cafeteria worker at Maple Crest School, Deborah Dishon as cafeteria worker at Lafayette Park
School, Leetta Dowden as cafeteria worker at Lafayette Park School, Khristopher Dunn as
cafeteria worker at Pettit Park Elementary School, Constance Gunnell as cafeteria worker at
Boulevard Elementary School, Barbara Kingseed as cafeteria worker at Wallace Elementary
School, Carol Maggart as technology systems engineer at Kokomo High School, Ralph Murdock
as cafeteria worker at Maple Crest School, Michael Rodgers as cafeteria worker at Maple Crest
School, Darlene Smith as cafeteria worker at Maple Crest School, Terri Steele as cafeteria
worker at Maple Crest School, Michael Tjapkes as paraprofessional at McKinley Alternative
School; administrative recommendation of Deborah Glass as assistant superintendent of PreK-12
operations; contracts processed; extra-curricular contracts processed; superintendent’s
recommendation to re-employ licensed, certified personnel and acceptance of conflict of interest
statements.     All Personnel Matters except extra-curricular contracts, superintendent’s

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recommendation to re-employ licensed, certified personnel, and conflict of interest statements
were approved on a motion by Member Schuck, seconded by Member Reed and unanimously
carried. Extra-curricular contracts were approved on a motion by Member Schuck, seconded by
Member Reed and unanimously carried. The superintendent’s recommendation to re-employ
licensed certified personnel was approved on a motion by Vice President Bellamy, seconded by
Member Summers and carried with six votes. Member Schuck abstained from voting. Conflict
of Interest Statements from A through R were accepted on a motion by Member Schuck,
seconded by Member Summers and carried with six votes. Member Reed abstained from voting.
Conflict of Interest Statements from S through Z were accepted on a motion by Vice President
Bellamy, seconded by Member Reed and carried with four votes. Member Schuck, Secretary
Sosbe, and Member Summers abstained from voting.

Mr. Rody presented the Fund Report for March and April 2007.

Mr. Dan Smith of the Kokomo Parks and Recreation Department presented an update on the
Walk of Excellence. He shared that this project is proceeding reasonably well. He explained
that an Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) project requires 29 steps that take
approximately three and a half years to complete. He said that the Walk of Excellence project is
currently at 27.5 in this process. Mr. Smith explained that they are currently doing the bids for
the new maintenance building that will be located on Kautz Field. The design efforts are
underway for two new basketball courts. He said they hope to begin clearing obstacles from the
property around the middle of June 2007. Mr. Smith further stated they are surveying the tennis
courts for possible replacement. They are hoping to begin work on the property doing primary
layouts by the end of June 2007.

All claims were allowed and ordered paid on a motion by Member Schuck, seconded by
Secretary Sosbe and unanimously carried.

During Items Brought Up By Visitors, Mrs. Gina Beechy, 711 W. Boulevard, said she was
representing herself, her family, and her daughter. She asked if she could distribute a packet of
information to the Board. President Dunbar said that she could leave them, and the packets
would be given to the Board. She began reading a statement regarding their family’s conflict
with Principal Harold Canady. She indicated that their legal action would be continuing.
President Dunbar stated that if there was legal action pending that she should go no further with
her statement to the Board. He thanked her and encouraged her to speak with Dr. Little
regarding her situation. She responded that she had already spoken with Dr. Little. Mrs. Beechy
gave President Dunbar the packets of information, and he told her that each of the Board
members would receive a packet.

During Items Brought Up By Board Members, Member Schuck commended the Indiana Reading
Association (IRA) for sponsoring the Young Author’s Conference at Indiana University
Kokomo. He then commended the Howard County Historical Society for their efforts with
Pioneer Days for 4th grade students. He said this was certainly taking learning beyond the
classroom walls, and the students thoroughly enjoyed it. He specifically commended Kelly
Karickhoff and Susan Luttrell and everyone else involved in this event. Member Schuck said he
saw one of the benefits of the Parent Assisted Learning Grant that the Board approved a few
months ago. He saw packets being put together for students to take home over the summer. He
said these packets should help children maintain their skills. Member Schuck then said as a

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representative of the Library Board, he wanted to remind everyone about the summer reading
program starting June 4 through August 4. He said that the theme this year was “Paws and Read,
Relax and Have A Doggone Good Time.” Member Reed said that he wanted to acknowledge
and thank the 8th grade science students at Lafayette Park Middle School for their letters to the
Board regarding the use of biodiesel fuel for Kokomo-Center Schools’ buses. He said that Dr.
Little did investigate the use of biodiesel fuel, but it was determined that it would not work out
well for our buses. Member Reed commended the Wellness Committee for their work and
accomplishments in feeding healthy food to students. He said he recently visited a school
cafeteria, and the food was delicious.

Mr. Srivastava said he appreciated the opportunity to serve as student advisor to the Board this
year. He said it was interesting following all of the different projects involving the schools.

During Items Brought Up By The Superintendent, Dr. Little encouraged Board members to read
through the Staff Development Opportunities brochure and review the classes that will be
available for staff this summer. He said this would be a tremendous learning opportunity for
Board members and would also give them an opportunity to informally interact with staff
members. He said that if they were interested, they could contact Mrs. Kay Kinder, director of
professional development and grant administration. President Dunbar said instructions were also
in the brochure on how to register on-line. He commended Mrs. Kinder and Mr. Mike Watson,
director of information and technology services, for their work with this project. Dr. Little then
welcomed Mrs. Glass to the administration team at the central office.

Thereupon, there being no further business to come before the meeting, on motion duly made,
the meeting thereupon adjourned at 7:58 p.m.



______________________________                                    ______________________________
Joe Dunbar, President                                             Jim Callane, Member

______________________________                                    ______________________________
Frank Bellamy Jr., Vice President                                 Thomas Reed, Member

______________________________                                    ______________________________
Karen Sosbe, Secretary                                            Theodore Schuck, Member

                                   ______________________________
                                   Kevin Summers, Member




             Our mission is to provide a quality education for all students in a safe and secure environment.


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