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									                                                   August 3, 2006

       A regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of School Directors of South Eastern School District was
held Thursday, August 3, 2006 in the Community Room at the South Eastern School District Administration
Building. After a 35 minute Executive Session, the meeting was called to order at 7:40 p.m. by Vice-President
Sue T. Glenn.

Roll Call Attendance:        Richard L. Wilson, President - absent
                             Sue T. Glenn, Vice-President
                             John J. Bach
                             Richard A. Hushon
                             Todd H. Lowe
                             Rebecca D. Reynolds
                             Bruce C. Thomson - absent
                             Karl E. Wickman - absent
                             Ann M. Wilson

Others in Attendance:        Tracy S. Shank, Acting Superintendent
                             Leah G. Pritchett, Board Secretary/Business Manager
                             D. Reed Anderson, Esquire/Solicitor
                             Mary A. Ragland, Stewartstown Elementary Principal
                             Dr. Richard Hupper
                             Margie Lavin
                             Sandra Haulsee
                             Deb Kossiakoff
                             K. Shenk
                             Maurice J. Kleiin
                             Jackie Hrubovcak
                             Damon Boughamer
                             Betty Faw

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

       On a motion by Mr. Bach seconded by Mr. Hushon, the minutes of July 20, 2006 were approved by
voice vote, all in favor.

AMENDMENT TO AGENDA

       Action Agenda – Business Operations         Added #15 – “It is recommended that the Board authorizes
                                                   the solicitor to release a tax lien on a South Eastern School
                                                   District taxable property.

APPROVAL OF AMENDED AGENDA

         On a motion by Mr. Bach seconded by Mr. Hushon, the Amended Agenda was approved by voice vote,
all in favor.

COMMENTS FROM THE BOARD
       Teacher Recognition

              Congratulations to Pamela Pepper-Holzer, first grade teacher at Stewartstown Elementary
       School, for being recognized by Keystone State Reading Association (KSRA) for her countless
       volunteer hours, enthusiasm and dedication to the local KSRA. Thanks and recognition to Ms. Pepper-
       Holzer for her educational leadership in helping our students and district.

COMMENTS FROM THE STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES

       None

PRESENTATION

       None

PUBLIC COMMENT ON AGENDA RELATED ITEMS

        Mrs. Haulsee wanted to know if bids were solicited for the contracts. Emergency repair guidelines are
followed. The district works with Pennsylvania Department of Education and Stock & Leader and solicits
quotes.

                                            CONSENT AGENDA

         On a motion by Mr. Hushon seconded by Mr. Lowe, the Consent Agenda was approved by voice vote,
all in favor.

SCHOOL-RELATED PROGRAMS

       Field Trips
       The following requests were submitted and approved:

                           Group           Event/Funded         Place                 Date/Time
                           7th Grade       Enrichment           Washington, D.C.      Nov. 30, 2006
                           Gifted          Student Activities                         7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
                                           Account
                           7th & 8th       Enrichment           Delta, PA             Oct. 24, 2006
                           Grade Gifted    Student Activities                         8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
                                           Account
                           5th Grade       Enrichment           WGAL                  Sept. 20, 2006
                           Gifted          Student Activities   Lancaster, PA         7:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
                                           Account
                           6th Grade       Enrichment           Washington, D.C.      Nov. 30, 2006
                           Gifted          Student Activities                         7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
                                           Account
                           5th & 6th       Enrichment           Delta, PA             Oct. 24, 2006
                           Grade Gifted    Student Activities                         8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
                                           Account
    Use of School Facilities
    The following applications were processed and approved:

                        Organization            Purpose                 Facilities/Date/Time
                        Travel Soccer           Soccer Practice         Old Field Hockey Field
                                                                        July 24-Nov.r 17, 2006
                                                                        Mon.-Fri.:
                                                                        6:00-8:00 p.m.
                                                                        July 30-Nov. 18, 2006
                                                                        Sat.:
                                                                        9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
                                                                        Sun.:
                                                                        12 noon-6:00 p.m.

    District Elementary Student Handbook
    It was recommended that the District Elementary School Student Handbook be approved.
    (ATTACHMENT IX.C)

END OF CONSENT AGENDA

                                           ACTION AGENDA

BUSINESS OPERATIONS

    Major Purchases
    Purchase orders exceeding $2,500 have been issued to the following:

                                                                                        Grant/
                         Vendor              Description                  Amount        General Fund
                         York County         2006-2007 Regular            $832,626.00   General
                         School of           Program                                    Encumbrance
                         Technology          Tuition/Learning
                                             Support Tuition
                          Stewartstown       Printing Customized          $4,150.00      General
                          Printing           School District Forms
                          Company
                          Advanced           Bus Tracks                   $2,500.00      General
                          Management         License/Support July 1,
                          Software           2006-June 30, 2007
                          Kunkle Lawn        July Mowing Services         $8,800.00      General
                          Kare
                          Rutters Farm       June – Hash and Colvin       $3,349.55      General
                          Store              Bus Companies
                          Singh              Operations/maintenance       $3,621.00      General
                          Operational        Service for wastewater
                          Services, Inc.     treatment plant for June
                            Seven Springs     KSRA Conference           $5,220.00        General
                            Mountain          Travel
                            Resort
                            2006 KSRA         Registration              $2,500.00        General
                            Conference

                                            ACTION AGENDA

PRESENTATION

       None

POLICY

        On a motion by Mr. Hushon seconded by Mr. Lowe, the following policies were approved by voice
vote, all in favor. (ATTACHMENT XII.1)

       217                  Graduation Requirements
       217 Attachment       Application for Diploma
       218                  Student Discipline
       218.1                Weapons
       218.2                Terroristic Threats/Act
       219                  Student Complaint Process
       220                  Student Expression Distribution and Posting of Materials
       221                  Dress and Grooming
       222                  Tobacco Use
       223                  Use of Motor Vehicles
       224                  Care of School Property
       225                  Relations with Law Enforcement Agencies
       226                  Searches
       227                  Controlled Substance Paraphernalia
       227 Attachment       Reasonable Suspicion-Drug Testing of Individual Students
       228                  Student Government
       229                  Student Fundraising
       230                  Public Performances by Students
       231                  School Events and Class Trips
       233                  Suspension and Expulsion
       234                  Pregnant Student
       235                  Student Rights/Surveys
       236                  Student Assistance Program – Care Teams
       237                  Electronic Devices
       239                  Foreign Exchange Students
       241                  Early Admission to College
       247                  Hazing
       248                  Harassment
       248 Attachment       Report Form For Complaints of Harassment
       250                  Student Recruitment
       251                   Homeless Students

       The following policy was presented for review and first reading. (ATTACHMENT XII.2)

       820    Universal Precautions

SCHOOL-RELATED PROGRAMS

     Conferences
     The following list of staff members were approved to attend conferences by voice vote, all in favor.
(ATTACHMENT XIII.A)

BUSINESS OPERATIONS

       WellSpan Employee Assistance Program
       On a motion by Mrs. Wilson seconded by Mr. Lowe, the agreement between South Eastern School
       District and WellSpan Employee Assistance Program, WSEAP, for confidential health services effecting
       employee job performance was approved with 6 yes roll call votes. Those members voting were Mrs.
       Glenn, Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. Bach, Mr. Hushon and Mr. Lowe. The District cost is based
       on $18.00 per supervisor referral/employee not to exceed $7,020.00 for the 2006-2007 school year. The
       service is free of charge to employees and their families. (ATTACHMENT XIV.1) (GF)

       Newspapers
       On a motion by Mr. Lowe seconded by Mrs. Wilson, The York Newspaper Company and the Delta Star
       were designated as the official newspapers of the South Eastern School District by voice vote, all in
       favor.

       Compressor Repair
       On a motion by Mrs. Wilson seconded by Mr. Hushon, approval was granted to solicit bids for the Air
       Conditioning Compressor repairs for the SEMS-West air conditioning system by voice vote, all in favor.
       Cost is estimated at approximately $40,000.00 and should complete the major repairs to the system.
       (ATTACHMENT XIV.3) (CP)

       Service/Maintenance Agreement
       On a motion by Mr. Hushon seconded by Mr. Lowe, the service/maintenance agreement with G. R.
       Sponaugle Service, Company, LLC for the SEMS-West and Kennard-Dale High school cooling tower &
       water heat exchange was approved with 6 yes roll call votes. Those members voting were Mrs. Glenn,
       Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. Bach, Mr. Hushon and Mr. Lowe. The agreement is for the time
       period July 1, 2006-June 30, 2007; cost not to exceed $9,804.00. (ATTACHMENT XIV.4) (GF)


       Adams/Hanover Counseling Services, Inc.
       On a motion by Mr. Hushon seconded by Mrs. Wilson, the Letter of Agreement between
       Adams/Hanover Counseling Services, Inc. and the South Eastern School District for the Student
       Assistance Program Services for the 2006-2007 school year was approved by voice vote, all in favor.
       (ATTACHMENT XIV.5)
SEMS-West Boiler Repairs
On a motion by Mr. Hushon seconded by Mr. Lowe, the emergency repair proposal with G. R.
Sponaugle Service, Company for the SEMS-West boiler system repairs (Hauch value (oil
pressure/volume control) was approved with 6 yes roll call votes. Those members voting were Mrs.
Glenn, Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. Bach, Mr. Hushon and Mr. Lowe. Cost not to exceed
$1,134.00. (ATTACHMENT XIV.6) (GF)

Kennard-Dale High Barometric Dampers
On a motion by Mr. Lowe seconded by Mr. Hushon, the service agreement with G. R. Sponaugle
Service Company for Kennard-Dale High School to supply and install 3 new Barometric Dampers for
the boilers was approved with 6 yes roll call votes. Those members voting were Mrs. Glenn, Mrs.
Reynolds, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. Bach, Mr. Hushon and Mr. Lowe. Cost not to exceed $3,500.00.
(ATTACHMENT XIV.7) (GF)

Treatment Facility Repairs
On a motion by Mrs. Wilson seconded by Mr. Hushon, the service agreement with Gettle Incorporated
to replace blower motors and rewire existing blower control panel and voltage surge protection for the
Treatment Facility was approved with 6 yes roll call votes. Those members voting were Mrs. Glenn,
Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. Bach, Mr. Hushon and Mr. Lowe. Cost not to exceed $10,675.00.
(ATTACHMENT XIV.8) (GF)

SEMS-West Hot Water Mix Station
On a motion by Mrs. Wilson seconded by Mr. Lowe, the service agreement with G. R. Sponaugle
Service Company for SEMS-West to supply and install one hot water mix station, supply and install
one 140° domestic hot water system was approved with 6 yes roll call votes. Those members voting
were Mrs. Glenn, Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. Bach, Mr. Hushon and Mr. Lowe. Cost not to
exceed $24,490.00. (ATTACHMENT XIV.9) (CP)

SEMS-East Air Cooled Water Chiller
On a motion by Mr. Lowe seconded by Mrs. Wilson, the service agreement with Carrier Commercial
Service for SEMS-East to repair 30 GYN air cooled water chiller was approved with 6 yes roll call
votes. Those members voting were Mrs. Glenn, Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. Bach, Mr. Hushon
and Mr. Lowe. Cost not to exceed $5,800.00. (ATTACHMENT XIV.10) (CP)

Davis Vision
On a motion by Mr. Lowe seconded by Mr. Hushon, the agreement between South Eastern School
District and Davis Vision, Inc. for the employee vision benefit program was approved by voice vote, all
in favor. The District cost is $0.39 per employee per month for Administrative Services. (GF)

SEMS-West Well Tank
On a motion by Mrs. Wilson seconded by Mr. Lowe, the service agreement with G. R. Sponaugle
Service Company for SEMS-West to remove/replace the coldwater well tank was approved with 6 yes
roll call votes. Those members voting were Mrs. Glenn, Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. Bach, Mr.
Hushon and Mr. Lowe. Cost not to exceed $12,241.00. (ATTACHMENT XIV.12) (CP)

Aramark Management Services
On a motion by Mr. Lowe seconded by Mr. Hushon, the agreement between South Eastern School
District and Aramark Management Services Limited Partnership to provide supervisory/management
services for custodial services, plant operations and maintenance, and ground maintenance were
    approved with 6 yes roll call votes. Those members voting were Mrs. Glenn, Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs.
    Wilson, Mr. Bach, Mr. Hushon and Mr. Lowe. The agreement is for a three (3) year time period
    beginning August 7, 2006, at an annual fee of $268,730.00. (ATTACHMENT XIV.13)

    Fuel Tanks Lease
    On a motion by Mr. Lowe seconded by Mrs. Wilson, the form of the base lease for the transportation
    fuel tanks with Gemmill, Colvin, Hash, and EDW, Inc. was approved by voice vote, all in favor. The
    base lease is for the time period of August 14, 2006 through June 30, 2007.

    Tax Lien Release
    On a motion by Mr. Hushon seconded by Mr. Lowe, approval has been given to the solicitor to release a
    tax lien on a South Eastern School District taxable property by voice vote, all in favor.

PERSONNEL

    Appointments

    Teacher
    On a motion by Mr. Hushon seconded by Mr. Lowe, Laura M. Wolschleger, 2383 Slater Hill Lane East,
    York, Pennsylvania was appointed as Health and Physical Education Teacher at Kennard-Dale High
    School at an annual salary of $36,487 (Level BAC - Step B) effective August 8, 2006, pending receipt
    of emergency permit or pending certification with 6 yes roll call votes. Those members voting were
    Mrs. Glenn, Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. Bach, Mr. Hushon and Mr. Lowe. (Replacement)
    (Emergency Permit/Certified) (Shepherd University)

    Secretary/Receptionist
    On a motion by Mrs. Wilson seconded by Mr. Lowe, Wendy J. Crothers, 317 Garvine Mill Road, Fawn
    Grove, Pennsylvania was appointed as Secretary/Receptionist at the Administration Building at a
    beginning hourly rate of $10.32 (Range II – Step 1) at 260 – 8 hour days, effective August 1, 2006, for a
    probationary period not to exceed 60 days by voice vote, all in favor. (Replacement)

    Elementary Teacher
    On a motion by Mr. Lowe seconded by Mr. Bach, Vickie L. Keesee, 309 Chestnut Street, Delta,
    Pennsylvania was appointed as Elementary Teacher at Delta-Peach Bottom Elementary at an annual
    salary of $36,487 (Level BAC – Step B) effective August 8, 2006 with 6 yes roll call votes. Those
    members voting were Mrs. Glenn, Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. Bach, Mr. Hushon and Mr. Lowe.
    (Replacement) (Certified) (York College of Pennsylvania)

    Learning Support Teacher
    On a motion by Mr. Hushon seconded by Mr. Lowe, Christine E. Mowry, 6781 Lake Road, York,
    Pennsylvania was appointed as Learning Support Teacher at Kennard-Dale High School at an annual
    salary of $44,169 (Level M/ME – Step E) effective August 8, 2006 with 6 yes roll call votes. Those
    members voting were Mrs. Glenn, Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. Bach, Mr. Hushon and Mr. Lowe
    (Replacement) (Certified) (York College of Pennsylvania)

    Physical Education Teacher
    On a motion by Mr. Bach seconded by Mr. Hushon, Tera B. Neideigh, 133 Cooper Street, Spring Mills,
    Pennsylvania, be appointed as Physical Education Teacher at South Eastern Middle School – West at an
    annual salary of $35,207 (Level BAC – Step A) effective August 8, 2006 with 6 yes roll call votes.
Those members voting were Mrs. Glenn, Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. Bach, Mr. Hushon and Mr.
Lowe. (Replacement) (Certified) (Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania)

Learning Support Teacher
On a motion by Mr. Hushon seconded by Mrs. Wilson, Christopher W. Sparks, 855 Delta Road, Red
Lion, Pennsylvania was appointed to a Learning Support Teacher at Kennard-Dale High School at an
annual salary of $35,207 (Level BAC – Step A) effective August 8, 2006 pending intern certification
program acceptance with PDE with 6 yes roll call votes. (Replacement) (Pending Intern Certificate )
(Lycoming College)

Resignations
On a motion by Mr. Bach seconded by Mr. Lowe, the following resignations approved by the Board
Secretary were accepted by voice vote, all in favor:

Tammy L. Grove - Elementary Teacher at Delta-Peach Bottom Elementary - accepted by the Board
Secretary effective July 31, 2006

Joyce N. Webb - Cafeteria Helper at South Eastern Middle School – WEST - accepted by the Board
Secretary effective July 25, 2006

Substitutes
On a motion by Mr. Hushon seconded by Mrs. Wilson, the following names were approved to be added
to the list of approved substitutes by voice vote, all in favor:

Matthew M. McGuigan - 99 South Pine Street, Red Lion, Pennsylvania - Teacher (Certified) (York
College of Pennsylvania)

Judy G. Simon - 54 N. White Pine Trail, Delta, Pennsylvania - Support Staff

Howard J. Smith - 497 Torbert Road, Fawn Grove, Pennsylvania - Teacher, pending emergency permit
(Emergency Permit) (Juniata College)

Long-Term Substitute
On a motion by Mr. Hushon seconded by Mr. Lowe, Sarah E. John, 30 West Main Street, Fawn Grove,
Pennsylvania was appointed as a long-term substitute for a Second Grade Teacher at Delta-Peach
Bottom Elementary for a child rearing leave beginning August 21, 2006 and ending November 10, 2006
by voice vote, all in favor. Salary will be pro-rated. (Emergency Permit) (Salisbury University)

Extracurricular Positions
On a motion by Mr. Bach seconded by Mrs. Wilson, the following individuals listed below were
appointed to the extracurricular positions as listed with compensation rate as determined by the
Collective Bargaining Agreement by voice vote, all in favor:

       Name                                            Position
       Ray Myers                                       Class Advisor – 11th Grade
       Jason Daryman                                   Envirothon Advisor – EAST
       Melissa Campasino                               K-12 Dept Chairperson – Mathematics
       Jodi Gantz                                      K-D Dept Representative – Medical Service
       David Corbin                                    K-D Dept Representative – Technology
           Patricia Hans                                     Team Leader – Delta
           Renee Harris                                      Student Council – KD
           Lisa Marsteller                                   Assistant Softball Coach

    Superintendent Intern
    On a motion by Mr. Lowe seconded by Mrs. Wilson, the following Superintendent intern has been
    approved to be placed in our district by Immaculata University for the Fall semester by voice vote, all in
    favor:

           Name                   Supervising Administrator            Subject
           Shelton L. Mooney, Jr. Dr. Tracy S. Shank                    K-12

    Student Nurse
    On a motion by Mr. Bach seconded by Mr. Hushon, the following student nurse has been approved to be
    placed in our district to replace the student nurse approved at the July 20, 2006 Board Meeting by
    Millersville University for the Fall semester of the 2006-07 school year by voice vote, all in favor:

           Name              Cooperating Nurse           School         Subject
           Ann Maire Doherty Joanne Kefauver             Stew.          Nursing
                              Susan Kirkpatrick          WEST           Nursing
                              Lynn Keeny                 EAST           Nursing
                              Jodi Gantz                 K-D            Nursing

    Substitute Calling
    On a motion by Mrs. Wilson seconded by Mr. Lowe, Cathy McDonald, Secretary at SEMS-West, was
    appointed as the District Substitute Teacher Caller for the 2006-2007 school year at an annual stipend of
    $3,000.00 by voice vote, all in favor.

    Leave
    On a motion by Mr. Hushon seconded by Mr. Bach, Candice Suarez, Guidance Counselor at Delta-
    Peach Bottom Elementary was granted child rearing leave without pay from the second half of the day
    on November 30, 2006 through January 26, 2007 by voice vote, all in favor.

OTHER BUSINESS

    Meetings

    A Community Extracurricular Meeting will be held on Monday, August 7, 2006 beginning at 7:00
    p.m. in the Community Room at the Administration Building.

    A Regional Planning Committee Meeting will be held on August 31, 2006 beginning at 7:00 p.m. in
    the Kennard-Dale High School Library.

    A Transportation Committee Meeting will be held on October 16, 2006 beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the
    Community Room at the Administration Building.

    A Financial Meeting will be held on August 23, 2006 beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Community
    Room at the Administration Building.
Informational

District–wide Staff Development
August 21, 2006      Refreshments (7:30 A.M.)   8:00 A.M.–3:00 P.M. @ Kennard-Dale High

Kennard-Dale Freshman Orientation and New Students Orientation
August 24, 2006   9:00 A.M - 11:00 A.M.     Kennard-Dale Auditorium

First Day of School for Students
August 29, 2006

Fawn Area Elementary (Kindergarten, Grade 1 & 2) Back to School Night
August 23, 2006   6:00 P.M -6:45 P.M.

Fawn Area Elementary (Grades 3 & 4) Back to School Night
August 24, 2006       6:00 P.M.-6:45 P.M.

Delta-Peach Bottom Elementary (A.M. Pre- Kindergarten, A.M. Kindergarten, Extended
Kindergarten, Grades 1 & 2) Back to School Night
August 23, 2006         6:00 P.M.-6:45 P.M.

Delta-Peach Bottom Elementary (P.M. Pre- Kindergarten and P.M. Kindergarten, Back to School
Night
August 23, 2006        7:00 P.M.-7:45 P.M.

Delta-Peach Bottom Elementary (Grades 3 & 4) Back to School Night
August 24, 2006        6:00 P.M.-6:45 P.M.

Stewartstown Elementary (Grade 2) Back to School Night
August 22, 2006        6:30 P.M.-7:15 P.M.

Stewartstown Elementary (Grade 3) Back to School Night
August 23, 2006        6:00 P.M.-6:30 P.M.

Stewartstown Elementary (Grade 1) Back to School Night
August 23, 2006        6:30 P.M.-7:30 P.M.

Stewartstown Elementary (Grade 4) Back to School Night
August 24, 2006        6:00 P.M.-6:30 P.M.

Stewartstown Elementary (Kindergarten) Back to School Night
August 24, 2006        6:00 P.M.-8:20 P.M

SEMS-West (Grade 5) Back to School Night
September 6, 2006     6:00 P.M.-8:00 P.M.

SEMS-West (Grade 6) Back to School Night
September 12, 2006    6:00 P.M.-8:00 P.M.
       SEMS-East (Grade 7 & 8) Back to School Night
       September 19, 2006    6:00 P.M.-8:00 P.M.

       Kennard-Dale High School Back to School Night
       September 14, 2006    7:00 P.M.

       SEMS West (Grade 5) Open House
       August 22, 2006   4:00 P.M.-7:00 P.M.

       SEMS West (Grade 6) Open House
       August 24, 2006   1:30 P.M.-4:30 P.M.

       SEMS East (Grade 7 & 8) Open House
       August 24, 2006   4:00 P.M.-7:00 P.M.

COMMITTEE REPORTS TO THE BOARD

       York County School of Technology
       They are projecting opening on time.

       Lincoln Intermediate Unit
       The new Executive Director was a former Superintendent at Eastern York School District. An invitation
       is extended from him to meet with the School Board.

       Sports Boosters
       Working on tax exempt status. Met on 8/2/06. Planning a bit beef sale at Saubel’s in Stewartstown on
       8/5/06 from 10:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

PUBLIC COMMENT ON NON-AGENDA RELATED ITEMS

       Ms. Jacqueline Hrubovcak was present to comment that she was unhappy about having the Lord’s
Prayer removed from the start of the School Board Meetings.

       Mrs. Haulsee asked a question about the tax study commission and reallocating additional state revenue
received by the District.

       A resident of the District had a question regarding how many employees are in the district.
Administration responded by indicating that the district has approximately 350 employees. She also
commented about the cost of the Aramark contract and what it includes. It was noted that all building and
grounds hourly employees would remain on the District’s payroll and that Aramark would be assuming the
supervisory responsibilities in that department. In addition, she asked about the status of the repairs to the
Kennard-Dale High School gym floor. Administration responded by stating that the school solicitor received
correspondence from the company saying the floor was dry and they now need to evaluate the status of the
floor.

ADJOURNMENT

       A motion was made to adjourn the meeting by Mrs. Wilson seconded by Mr. Lowe at 8:55. An
Executive Session followed.
Respectfully submitted,



Leah G. Pritchett
Secretary to the Board

								
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