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					                        LITTLE AXE BOARD OF EDUCATION
                                    MINUTES
                        RESCHEDULED REGULAR MEETING
                                  JUNE 20, 2009

The Little Axe Board of Education met in rescheduled regular session Saturday, June 20,
2009 at 8:00 a.m. in the Elementary School Cafeteria. The President, David Gray, called
the meeting to order. Kay Bolles, Board Clerk, posted the agenda and meeting notices at
3:00 p.m., Wednesday, June 17, 2009. Roll call was made with the following members
present:

       David Gray – President                 Beverly Felton – Vice President
       Al Heitkamper – Member                 Ron Palmer – Member
       Jim Gard – Member

Let the minutes reflect there was a quorum.

Mr. Gray led the flag salute.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES FROM PREVIOUS MEETINGS

On motion made by Mr. Palmer, and seconded by Mrs. Felton, the Board voted to
approve the minutes from the May 9, 2009 regular meeting.

       Mr. Gard-aye                  Mr. Palmer-aye
       Mr. Heitkamper-abstain        Mrs. Felton-aye
       Mr. Gray-aye

On motion made by Mr. Gard, and seconded by Mr. Palmer, the Board voted to approve
the minutes from the May 12, 2009 special meeting.

       Mr. Gard-aye                  Mr. Palmer-aye
       Mr. Heitkamper-aye            Mrs. Felton-abstain
       Mr. Gray-aye

RECOGNITION OF VISITORS AND READING OF CORRESPONDENCE

On motion made by Mr. Palmer, and seconded by Mr. Heitkamper, the Board voted to
enter into executive session at 8:08 a.m.

       Mr. Gard-aye                  Mr. Palmer-aye
       Mr. Heitkamper-aye            Mrs. Felton-aye
       Mr. Gray-aye

The board returned to open session at 9:45 a.m.




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Mr. Gray announced there were no votes taken while in executive session.

Consider a request to vote to enter into executive session to discuss affirming the
resignations from Kristi Stephens, High School Counselor, effective immediately and
Dawn Kulpa, Middle School Math Teacher, effective immediately, so the Board may
return to open session and vote to affirm the resignations from Kristi Stephens, High
School Counselor, effective immediately and Dawn Kulpa, Middle School Math Teacher,
effective immediately. O.S. Section 307 (B)(1).

On motion made by Mr. Heitkamper, and seconded by Mr. Palmer, the Board voted to
affirm the resignations from Kristi Stephens, High School Counselor, effective
immediately and Dawn Kulpa, Middle School Math Teacher, effective immediately.

       Mr. Gard-aye       Mr. Palmer-aye
       Mr. Heitkamper-aye Mrs. Felton-aye
       Mr. Gray-aye

Consider a request to vote to enter into executive session to discuss employing the
following Middle School Teachers for the 2009-2010 school year, subject to assignment,
on temporary contracts, pending results from drug testing and background checks, so the
Board may return to open session and vote to employ or not employ the following Middle
School Teachers for the 2009-2010 school year, subject to assignment, on temporary
contracts, pending results from drug testing and background checks. 25 O.S. Section 307
(B)(1)

              a. Debbie Self - Middle School Language Arts teacher

On motion made by Mr. Palmer, and seconded by Mr. Heitkamper, the Board voted to
employ Debbie Self as Middle School Language Arts teacher for the 2009-2010 school
year, subject to assignment, on a temporary contract, pending results from drug testing
and background checks.

       Mr. Gard-aye                  Mr. Palmer-aye
       Mr. Heitkamper-aye            Mrs. Felton-aye
       Mr. Gray-aye

Consider a request to vote to enter into executive session to discuss employing the
following High School teachers for the 2009-2010 school year, on temporary contracts,
subject to assignment, pending results from drug testing and background checks, so the
Board may return to open session and vote to employ or not employ the following High
School teachers for the 2009-2010 school year, on temporary contracts, subject to
assignment, pending results from drug testing and background checks. 25 O.S. Section
307 (B)(1).

              b. Shaff Elkouri – High School Physical Education Teacher
              c. Jason Wheeler – High School Social Studies Teacher



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On motion made by Mr. Palmer, and seconded by Mr. Gard, the Board voted to employ
Shaff Elkouri as high school Physical Education teacher and Jason Wheeler as high
school Social Studies teacher, both on temporary contracts, subject to assignment,
pending results from drug testing and background checks.

       Mr. Gard-aye       Mr. Palmer-aye
       Mr. Heitkamper-aye Mrs. Felton-aye
       Mr. Gray-aye

Consider a request to vote to enter into executive session to discuss employing the
following Elementary School Teachers, on temporary contracts for the 2009-2010 school
year, subject to assignment, pending results from drug testing and background checks, so
the Board may return to open session and vote to employ or not employ the following
Elementary School Teachers, on temporary contracts for the 2009-2010 school year,
subject to assignment, pending results from drug testing and background checks. 25 O.S.
Section 307 (B)(1).

               d. Julia Strauss – Math/Reading Resource Teacher for 1st and 2nd grade -
                  Stimulus funds available for two years.
               e. KaSondra Foster – 5th grade

On motion made by Mr. Gard, and seconded by Mrs. Felton, the Board voted to employ
Julia Strauss as Math/Reading Resource Teacher for 1st and 2nd grade- Stimulus funds
available for two years and KaSondra Foster as 5th grade teacher, both on temporary
contracts, subject to assignment, pending results from drug testing and background
checks.

       Mr. Gard-aye       Mr. Palmer-aye
       Mr. Heitkamper-aye Mrs. Felton-aye
       Mr. Gray-aye


Consider a request to vote to enter into executive session to discuss employing support
personnel for the 2009-2010 school/fiscal year, subject to assignment, as per attached list,
so the Board may return to open session and vote to employ or not employ support
personnel for the 2009-2010 school/fiscal year, subject to assignment, as per attached list.
25 O.S. Section 307 (B)(1).

On motion made by Mr. Gard, and seconded by Mr. Palmer, the Board voted to employ
support personnel for the 2009-2010 school/fiscal year, subject to assignment, as per
attached list.

       Mr. Gard-aye       Mr. Palmer-aye
       Mr. Heitkamper-aye Mrs. Felton-aye
       Mr. Gray-aye




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Consider a request to vote to enter into executive session to discuss a request from Teel
Oswald, Special Education Director, for a leave of absence beginning December 1, 2009,
ending June 30, 2010, so the Board may return to open session and vote to approve or not
approve a request from Teel Oswald, Special Education Director, for a leave of absence
beginning December 1, 2009, ending June 30, 2010. 25 O.S. Section 307 (B)(1).

On motion made by Mr. Palmer, and seconded by Mr. Gard, the Board voted to approve a
request from Teel Oswald, Special Education director, for a leave of absence beginning
December 1, 2009, ending June 30, 2010.

       Mr. Gard-aye       Mr. Palmer-aye
       Mr. Heitkamper-aye Mrs. Felton-aye
       Mr. Gray-aye

Consider a request to vote to enter into executive session to discuss appointing Kay
Bolles, Board Clerk/Minutes Clerk; LaDonna Cockerham, Encumbrance Clerk; Redena
Miller, Payroll Clerk; and Tammy Smith, Activity Fund Custodian, all for the 2009-2010
fiscal year, so the Board may return to open session and vote to appoint or not appoint
Kay Bolles, Board Clerk/Minutes Clerk; LaDonna Cockerham, Encumbrance Clerk;
Redena Miller, Payroll Clerk; and Tammy Smith, Activity Fund Custodian, all for the
2009-2010 fiscal year. 25 O.S. Section 307 (B)(1).

On motion made by Mr. Gard, and seconded by Mrs. Felton, the Board voted to appoint
Kay Bolles, Board Clerk/Minutes Clerk; LaDonna Cockerham, Encumbrance Clerk;
Redena Miller, Payroll Clerk; and Tammy Smith, Activity Fund Custodian, all for the
2009-2010 fiscal year.

       Mr. Gard-aye       Mr. Palmer-aye
       Mr. Heitkamper-aye Mrs. Felton-aye
       Mr. Gray-aye

CONSENT DOCKET

On motion made by Mr. Heitkamper, and seconded by Mr. Palmer, the Board voted to
appoint the Superintendent as designated, authorized representative for the following
state and federal programs for the 2009-2010 fiscal year: Title I, Title VI, Vocational
Education (Tech Connect, Business and Information Tech, and Family and Consumer
Science), Alternative Education, JOM, Staff Development, Parents As Teachers, Title
VIII-874 Impact Aid, Title II, Title IV Drug Education, Child Nutrition, Carl Perkins,
IDEA-B Flow Through and Flow Through Preschool, Advanced Placement, Reading
Sufficiency, Gifted and Talented, Title VI, Title VII, Summer Academy Reading
Program, ARRA Title I, ARRA IDEA Flow Through, ARRA IDEA preschool, and any
other state or Federal grant the district would receive; approve supplemental
appropriations (form 307 and 308) 2008-2009 fiscal year; enter into a contract agreement
with Crossroads Youth and Family Services, Inc. Head Start/Early Head Start




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(Crossroads HS/EHS) to serve eligible Little Axe children with disabilities ages three
through five who are served in the Head Start Program for the 2009-2010 school year;
enter into a contract agreement with the Center for Education Law to provide legal
services for the 2009-2010 fiscal year; enter into a contract agreement with Alcohol and
Drug Testing Inc. for the 2009-2010 fiscal year; enter into a contract agreement with
Municipal Accounting Systems, Inc. for technical support, use of software systems, and
software updates for the 2009-2010 fiscal year; join the Oklahoma State School Board
Association for the 2009-2010 fiscal year; approve the renewal of the lease-purchase of
Gym Equipment for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010 as required under the provisions
of the Equipment Lease/Purchase Agreement dated October 13, 2001 and Zion’s First
National Bank. (payoff November 22, 2009); enter into a contract agreement between the
Little Axe Board of Education and Ross Transportation inc. for the lease of 10 school
buses for the 2009-2010 school year; enter into contract agreements with the following
independent contractors for the 2009-2010 school year: Shawn Gable – Occupational
Therapist, James Richardson – Physical Therapist, Angela Smith – Speech Therapist,
Janet Harp – Speech Therapist; declare the following item surplus and direct the
Superintendent to dispose of said item according to Board Policy. (1) Sony Cybershot
DSC-W150/R-Red Camera; approved proceeds within the Superintendent’s
Administrative Account #842 from sell of Coca Cola products, snack machines and
donations from outside sources to be used for the following for the 2009-2010 fiscal year:
Community service, board and central office supplies, graduation expenses, dues, fees,
expenses from various student organizations that require assistance, small equipment,
software, consulting services, instructional supplies, and other administrative expenses as
they occur; approve proceeds within the Superintendent’s Administrative Account # 917
from interest earned from Activity Accounts or donations from outside sources to be used
for the following for the 2009-2010 fiscal year: Receptions, luncheons, dinners, flowers,
graduation expenses, dues, fees, expenses from various student organizations that require
assistance, small equipment, software, consulting services, instructional supplies, and
other administrative expenses as they occur; approved expenditures with the Special
Education Activity Account # 871 as follows for the 2009-2010 school year: Staff,
faculty, and/or volunteer recognition effort, community service, student behavior
incentives, school climate improvement efforts, materials and/or supplies for special
program for Special Olympics field trips for daily living expenses, and classroom
materials/instructional supplies; approved expenditures within the Elementary Activity
Account # 844 for the 2009-2010 school year as follows: Staff, faculty, and/or volunteer
recognition efforts, community service, student behavior incentives, bereavement/illness
expenses, school climate improvement efforts, materials and/or supplies for special
programs, Reading Proficiency Program, Student Council, Great Expectations, classroom
and office supplies and furniture; approved expenditures within the High School Activity
Accounts # 847 and # 904 for the 2009-2010 school year as follows: Classroom and
office supplies, furniture, staff, faculty, and/or volunteer recognition efforts, community
services, graduation expenses, student recognition, teacher recognition, assemblies,
awards, receptions, bulletin board expenses, bereavement/illness expenses, lunch
expenses for non-employed testing monitors and volunteers, end of year class trip, and
yearbook expenses; approve expenditures within the Middle School’s activity Account #
845 for the 2009-2010 school year as follows: Paying student admissions for 100% Club



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field trips; providing lunch and drinks for “No Tardy” Club parties; provide awards for
student assemblies throughout the year; community service projects; teacher/student
appreciation activities, bereavement/illness expenses; bulletin board materials; special
student classroom projects; art projects; lunch for testing monitors during testing week
(non-employees-volunteers) student planners; prizes for General Knowledge activity;
office supplies, and refreshments for receptions, luncheons, and dinners; expenses for
summer school; 8th grade dinner/dance/end of year trip; and CRT incentive prizes;
approved use of funds within the Child Care Activity Account # 862 for the 2009-2010
school year as follows: snacks, purchase of toys, supplies, car seats, community service
projects and in-service fees for the workers; approved use of funds by Parents as
Teachers Account # 882 for enrollment fees for Step-Up-To-School pre-school program
for the 2009-2010 school year as follows: supplies, toys, snacks for group meetings;
training for parents and staff and community service; approve use of funds within the
Athletic Activity Account # 801 for the 2009-2010 school year as follows: fund-raisers
and donations to the athletic department. Funds will be spent on community service,
meals for athletes, equipment/supplies and incidental expenses that occur during the
athletic year; approved a request to void outstanding unclaimed checks from the Activity
Fund accounts and authorize the Superintendent to deposit said monies back into the
original accounts; approved the following fund raisers for the 2008-2009 school year:
(i) Fireworks stand and Banner advertisement, and donations from players’ parents by the
Little Axe Line Drive Club to raise funds for equipment, team clothing, team meals, and
coaches clothing; (ii) Girls High School 3-3 Tournament by the High School Basketball
team to raise funds for travel gear, embroidery on new bags, sweats, senior gifts, t-shirts,
meals, wind suits, and equipment. (iii) Cookie dough and pizza sale by the High School
Football team to raise funds for equipment, clothing, supplies, meals, and clinic fees.
(iv) donations for High School scholarships by the High School account to raise funds for
2008-2009 scholarships. (v) Collection of admission to Athletic Banquet by the Athletic
Department to raise funds to cover expenses for banquet. (vi) collection of fees for
athletic physicals by the Athletic Department to cover cost of physicals. (vii) Sale of
candles by the Touchdown Club to raise funds for meals, clinics, supplies, uniforms, and
equipment; voted to approve the following fund raisers for the 2009-2010 school year:
(i) Sale of soft drinks by the High School Assistant Principal’s office to raise funds to
cover expenses for the Christmas Ball, Spring Bling and office supplies. (ii) Banner
advertisement and fireworks stand by the Line Drive Club to raise funds for equipment,
team clothing, team meals, and coaches clothing. (iii) Sale of cookie dough and pizzas by
the High School Football team to raise funds for equipment, clothing, supplies, meals,
and clinic fees. (iv) Sale of Drawstring book/athletic bags by the Middle School
Community Service account to raise donations for Susan G. Komen organization. (v)
Sale of Parking Permits by the High School Assistant Principals office to raise funds to
replace parking decals yearly. (vi) Student/faculty volleyball or donkey basketball game,
spaghetti dinner, balloon bouquets for birthdays/special occasions, Santa Grams with
candy, fall dance with concession, silent auction, sale of wooden roses, sale of
cookbooks, spring dance with concession, Halloween Carnival with various booths and
concession, sale of t-shirts, jackets, and teacher/student shirts by the Middle School
National Junior Honor Society to raise funds for teacher/student appreciation, dues, fees,
food, field trips, t-shirts, technology for classrooms, decorations, concession items,



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donations, and decorations. (vii) Sale of brochure items, cookie dough, and trinkets by
the Elementary School to raise funds for teacher/staff supplies, school supplies and
incentive awards.(viii) Elementary School talent show, sale of concession items, DVD
sales, snacks and Elementary School Dance by the Elementary School Show Choir to
raise funds for Show Choir supplies, costumes, music, decorations and competitions.
(ix) Sale of raffle tickets, open High School Cheer tryouts, Summer Cheer Clinic K-6th
grade, concession sales, Carnival booths, car wash, Sonic Car Hop, sale of candles,
Elementary Dance/Lockin, and sale of spirit items by the High School Cheerleaders to
raise funds for cheer dues, uniforms, safety equipment, homecoming, spirit items,
uniform articles, decorations, food, travel and lodging fees, camp fees, charity
contributions, competition fees, and awards.(x) Sale of Fun Friday concessions, t-shirts
(Indians For a Cure), Silicone Bracelets, Skate Night, and Skate Night Concessions by
the Middle School to raise funds to donate to the Susan Komen Foundation. (xi) Frisbee
Tournament, Punt-Pass-Kick Competition, and Hotshot Basketball Shoot by the Middle
School PE and Health Club to raise funds for PE and gym equipment. (xii) Collection of
miscellaneous donations from Target, Wal-Mart, Sam’s, and other businesses by the
Elementary School for teacher/student/staff appreciation and incentives, miscellaneous
office supplies, and classroom materials. (xiii) Sale of nutritional snacks and drinks on
Fun Friday by the Elementary Fun Friday account to raise funds for student incentives,
rewards, teacher/staff appreciation, classroom supplies and materials. (xiv) Sale of
class/graduation DVDs, roses at Valentines, Mother’s Day Specialty pencils and other
novelty items to raise funds for reading program materials and supplies, and student
incentives for reading achievement. (xv) Sale of pizza, Blue and Gold products by the
Middle School to raise funds for CRT incentives, “No Tardy” parties, “100% Club” field
trips, Academic and/or PE related field trips, student appreciation, “Great Day Citation”/
“General knowledge” incentives, Community Service projects, Academic and/or PE
classroom resources, office supplies, CRT/Test snacks, and academic related Site
licenses. (xvi) Collection of dues by the Class of 2013 to raise funds for class funds,
prom/graduation expenses, and senior trip. (xvii) Sale of class shirts, pizza, football
shirts, prom accessories, shirts, frames, glasses, candles, food from Taco Bell, snow
cones at three football games and scrimmages, bake sales, car wash, Bobby Hicks
remembrance decals/shirts, and Fall Carnival games, food items and drinks, and
collection of dues by the Class of 2011 to raise funds for prom expenses. (xviii) Sale of
“Axe Pack” t-shirts and sale of water and hamburgers before graduation, sale of
concession items/drinks, and collection of “Care Bucks” from Country Boy Market by
the High School office account to raise funds for teacher/student awards, supplies, food
supplies and supplies for “Teacher of the Year” expenses. (xix) Car wash and room
cleaning by the Class of 2010 to raise funds for prom expenses. (xx) Two activities each
semester which include plays, lip-syncs, scenes, talent shows and skits, by the high
school Speech class to raise funds for speech entry fees, play supplies, Regional and State
expenses. (xxi) Booth at Homecoming Carnival, sale of spirit items, silent auction of 10
reserved parking spaces in student parking at the start of each semester by the High
School Student Council to raise funds for OASC/NASC dues and student council
activities. (xxii) Collection of aluminum cans throughout the year and “Car Smashing”
booth at Homecoming Carnival by the High School Environmental Science Class to raise
funds for field trips and Environmental Science equipment. (xxiii) Sale of sweats,



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hoodies, jackets, t-shirts, posters and senior booklets by the High School BPA Club to
raise funds for equipment for class, software, textbooks, printing supplies, field trips,
contests fees, scholarships, and charitable donations. (xxiv) Sale of High School
yearbooks and dedication pages by the High School Yearbook Class to raise funds for
publication of yearbooks. (xxv) Sale of water by the High School National Honor Society
to raise funds for NHS Scholarship and induction ceremonies. (xxvi) Sale of “Powder
Puff t-shirts at Homecoming Day by the Class of 2010 to raise funds for graduation
expenses. (xxvii) Sale of popcorn, used book sale, and school supplies by the High
School Library to raise funds for Library books and equipment. (xxviii) Collection of
“Care Bucks” from Country Boy Market by the High School Choir/Show Choir to raise
funds for travel expenses and competitions. (xxix) Sale of teacher lunches (baked
potatoes/salads/sandwiches) by the High School Special Education Life Skills class to
raise funds to replenish food items to sell back to the teachers. (xxx) Collection of funds
to purchase graduation cords and cover cost of dues by the Tri-M Music Honor Society to
raise funds to purchase graduation cords and club expenses. (xxxi) Sale of t-shirts by the
Middle School Choir to raise funds for uniforms for performing group. (xxxii) Collection
of funds from High School Show Choir students to purchase uniforms for performing
groups. (xxxiii) Collection of funds from High School Choir students to purchase t-shirts,
sweats, dresses and tuxedos for High School Choir students. (xxxiv) Charge of admission
to the High School Winter Concert and Dessert Cabaret, sale of brochure gifts/candy by
the High School Choir/Show Choir to raise funds for travel and competitions. (xxxv) Sale
of brochure items by the High School Tri-M Club to raise funds for Christmas gifts for
“adopted” veterans at Norman Veterans Center. (xxxvi) Collection of donations by the
High School FCCLA to raise funds to purchase needed club items, donations to “Feed the
Children”, crush pop/gifts for officers and STAR Events competition. (xxxvii)Sale of
cookie dough and FCCLA member t-shirts, sale of crush pop/helium balloons/curling
ribbon, potato bags, embroidered items (hats, shirts, bags etc.) by the High School
FCCLA to raise funds to encourage healthy relationships and positive student interactions
used for Valentine’s Day gifts for State Convention, to help students understand the
economy (supply and demand) supplies, classroom equipment, pledges from adults to
sponsor “Feed the Children Flats” and food for the FCCLA Christmas party, incentives to
join FCCLA, purchase cards for graduating seniors, fund STAR event projects,
scrapbook, dues, t-shirts, and door prizes. (xxxviii) Fireworks stand by the High School
Wrestling team to raise funds for wrestling expenses throughout the school year.(xxxix)
Sale of candles by the Touchdown Club to raise funds for meals, clinics, supplies,
uniforms, and equipment. (xL) sale of cookie dough and pizza by the High School
football team to raise funds for meals, clothing, clinics, equipment, and uniforms (XL1)
Sale of pizza by the Athletic Department to raise funds for entry fees and weight
equipment.

       Mr. Gard-aye       Mr. Palmer-aye
       Mr. Heitkamper-aye Mrs. Felton-aye
       Mr. Gray-aye




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REQUESTS

Consider a request to vote to enter into a contract agreement with David Harbison as
Treasurer for the Little Axe School District for the 2009-2010 fiscal year.

On motion made by Mr. Gard, and seconded by Mr. Palmer, the Board voted to enter into
a contract agreement with David Harbison as Treasurer for the Little Axe School District
for the 2009-2010 fiscal year.

       Mr. Gard-aye       Mr. Palmer-aye
       Mr. Heitkamper-aye Mrs. Felton-aye
       Mr. Gray-aye

Consider a request to vote to approve or not approve the 2009-2010 Student Handbooks.

On motion made by Mr. Heitkamper, and seconded by Mr. Palmer, the Board voted to
approve the 2009-2010 Student Handbooks.

       Mr. Gard-aye       Mr. Palmer-aye
       Mr. Heitkamper-aye Mrs. Felton-aye
       Mr. Gray-aye

REPORTS

There were no items listed under Reports.

DISCUSSION

There were no items listed under Discussion.

FINANCE

On motion made by Mr. Heitkamper, and seconded by Mrs. Felton, the Board voted to
approve 2008-2009 General Fund Encumbrances for Approval Purchase Orders 249-279
2008-2009 General Fund Warrant Register 05-01-09 through 05/31/09 (Report Date: 06-
15-09); 2008-2009 Child Nutrition Warrant Register 05-01-09 through 05-31-09;
2008-2009 Building Fund Encumbrances for Approval Purchase Orders 51-56;
2008-2009 Building Fund Warrant Register 05-01-09 through 05-31-09; 2008-2009 maps
Fund Encumbrances for Approval Purchase Order 8-10; 2008-2009 MAPS Fund Warrant
Register 05-01-09 through May 31, 2009 and voted to approve expenditures for the
Activity Fund for the 2008-2009 school year as listed in the June 20, 2009 Board record
book.

       Mr. Gard-aye       Mr. Palmer-aye
       Mr. Heitkamper-aye Mrs. Felton-aye
       Mr. Gray-aye



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NEW BUSINESS

There was no New Business presented at the meeting.

ANNOUNCEMENTS, COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS

Mr. Damrill announced that there has been a lot of dirt moved at the corner of Highway 9
and the school road. The replacement of the high school roof will begin soon. There are
approximately five companies wanting to bid the project.

Mr. Damrill also announced that Engineer, Skip Landes, is working with us on a grant to
secure funds to add capacity to our existing lagoon system. The County is working on
the lagoons by removing the cattails.

The City of Norman has informed us that they do not have a problem with the erection of
a new marquee as long as we keep it off the right-of-way.

Mr. Heitkamper asked if there will be extra funds left over from the bond issue for
landscaping.

Mr. Damrill said that the PTA is planning on doing some landscaping. We are planning
on having the high school parking lot and road to the ball field repaved.

Mr. Heitkamper asked if a sign could be made to advertise the construction of the new
daycare.

Mr. Heitkamper also asked if the new computer desk have been installed. He said he
would like to take a look at them after they have been placed in classrooms.

Mr. Damrill announced that the computer tech has installed two new file servers that will
help greatly in the operations of our computer system.

Mr. Damrill announced that the recent auction went very well.

On motion made by Mr. Palmer, and seconded by Mr. Gard, the Board voted to adjourn
at 10:14 a.m.

       Mr. Gard-aye       Mr. Palmer-aye
       Mr. Heitkamper-aye Mrs. Felton-aye
       Mr. Gray-aye

Respectfully submitted,


Kay Bolles
Board Clerk



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APPROVAL OF MINUTES

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