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					                DELAWARE CITY SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION
                             Monday, March 1, 2010
                               Technology Center
                          5:00 p.m. – Executive Session
                           6:53 p.m. Regular Meeting


2010-3R- 1.1 Call to Order and Roll Call

The Delaware City Board of Education met in regular session on Monday, March 1, 2010, at
5:00 p.m. at the Technology Center. Members on roll call were: Mr. Matt Weller, Mr. Ted
Backus, Mrs. Frances O’Flaherty, Mr. Harry Pape, and Mrs. Deborah Rafeld. Absent: Mr. Tyler
Carney-DeBord (student member)

2010-3R-1.3 Adoption of Agenda

Moved by Mr. Backus, seconded by Mrs. Rafeld to adopt the agenda as amended.

Roll call resulted as follows:
                Mr. Backus, yea
                Mrs. Rafeld, yea
                Mrs. O’Flaherty, yea
                Mr. Pape, yea
                Mr. Weller, yea
President Weller declared the motion carried.

2010-3R-1.4 Executive session

Moved by Mrs. O’Flaherty, seconded by Mrs. Rafeld to enter into executive session for the
purpose of discussing personnel.

Roll call resulted as follows:
                Mrs. O’Flaherty, yea
                Mrs. Rafeld, yea
                Mr. Pape, yea
                Mr. Weller, yea
                Mr. Backus, yea
President Weller declared the board in executive session at 5:08 p.m.

President Weller declared the board out of executive session at 6:52 p.m.

Mr. Ted Backus left the board meeting at 6:52 p.m.

2010-3R-1.5 Adoption of Amended Agenda

Moved by Mr. Pape, seconded by Mrs. Rafeld to adopt the agenda as amended to include item
3.4B Contract with Fanning & Howey, and item 5.0 Contract with Finding Leaders, and
removing item 9.0 Executive Session.

Roll call resulted as follows:
                Mr. Pape, yea
                Mrs. Rafeld, yea
                Mrs. O’Flaherty, yea
                Mr. Weller, yea
President Weller declared the motion carried.
2010-3R-2.1–6 Reports
Facilities – Larry Davis Provided information regarding the contract with Fanning/Howey
Associates, Inc. architects—their fee is approximately 11%.

Superintendent –

Federal Programs Audit: Dr. Ashworth reported that the recent audit of our federal programs
and special education programs went well. Auditors for both groups were highly complimentary
of the work that we are doing and the progress that we are making. Superintendent Ashworth
expressed her appreciation to all staff that worked with the audit preparations and review.

Levy Update: Dr. Ashworth reported that levy information will be shared at district events
scheduled over the next several months. She met with all building principals this morning to
share levy information with them.

All Day Kindergarten: Superintendent Ashworth reported that our all day kindergarten waiver
for 2011 has been approved by the State Superintendent.


2010-3R-3.1-3.5 Consent Items Pupils/Personnel/Fiscal/Other

Moved by Mrs. Rafeld, seconded by Mrs. O’Flaherty to approve all of the consent items as
presented.


2010-3R-3.2A 1-4 Approve document with Battelle for Kids as follows:

1.     2010-2011 SOAR Collaborative Agreement

2.     2010-2011 T-CAP Amendment

3.     2010-2012 Battelle for Kids Ohio Value-Added High Schools Amendment

4.     2010-2010 T-CAP/Battelle for Kids Ohio Value-Added high Schools Memo of
       Understanding.


2010-3R-3.3A Accept resignations

Teachers – Effective at the end of the current contract year for retirement purposes
Teresa Heald
Diane Meadows
Ray Myers
Michele Raker-Morris

Assistant principal
Erica Kosiorek           Effective at the end of the current contract year

SACC
Vanessa Jones            Effective 2/26/2010

Superintendent
Mary Anne Ashworth Effective 7/31/2010 for retirement
2010-3R-3.3B Approve employments

Cook/cashier
Amy Santarelli           $11.09hour                       Effective 2/16/2010


Classified substitute 2009-10 - $12.00, substitute bus driver; $9.60, substitute custodian;
$7.20, noon supervisor; $8.60, all other positions

Cherrell Kowalski

Assistant
Marc Wilson              $11.37/hour                      Effective 3/8/2010


2010-3R-3.3C Approve supplemental contract for 2009-2010 school year

Joseph Crouch                Ass’t. Girls Track – Hayes                  $2,700.31
Trisha Holly                 Freshman Softball – Hayes                   $2,700.31
Drew Kirby                   Freshman Baseball – Hayes                   $2,700.31


2010-3R-3.3D Approve second year leave of absence – 2010-2011 school year

Christopher Hoch


2010-3R-3.4A Approve awarding contract for grandstand restrooms at Hayes High School

2K General Co. - $491,000.00


2010-3R-3.4B Approve agreement between Owner and Architect for grandstand project at
Hayes High School as presented


Fanning/Howey Associates, Inc.

Roll call resulted as follows:
                Mrs. Rafeld, yea
                Mrs. O’Flaherty, yea
                Mr. Pape, yea
                Mr. Weller, yea
President Weller declared the motion carried.
2010-3R-5.0 5.0 Approve contract with Finding Leaders

Moved by Mr. Pape, seconded by Mrs. Rafeld to approve a contract with Finding Leaders for
assisting us with a superintendent search due to the retirement of Dr. Ashworth.


2010-3R-6.0 Superintendent’s and Board Comments

Dr. Ashworth expressed her appreciation for approval of her retirement, and her appreciation for the
opportunity to serve our district.
Recent district honors and awards are as follows:
    o Top honors at the All City Spelling Bee – Seamus O’Flaherty won, Tessa Perry was second,
       and Miles O’Flaherty was third.
    o Hayes In the Know placed second and received a $5,000 check to be used for academic
       purposes at Hayes High School.
    o Zach Shoemaker placed sixth in State Diving Competition.
    o Sarah Ressler-Wright, Hayes Language Arts Teacher has been chosen at the Ohio Council of
       English Language Arts ―Teacher of the Year‖.
    o 36 students earned Superior ratings at the Delaware City Schools Science Fair. These
       students have earned the opportunity to compete at District Science Fair in March. More
       than 90 students from Willis, Dempsey and Hayes presented projects.
    o A recent audit of our food service program commended Sally Rathje as an excellent manager
       and coordinator of all aspects involved in operating an efficient meal service program. The
       audit further noted that the number of nutrition focused activities for Delaware City Schools
       students and staff is remarkable.
    o The Orchestra received a superior rating at a recent OMEA contest.
    o The board expressed their sincere appreciation to Dr. Ashworth for everything she has done
       over the last five years.

2010-3R-8.0 Calendar

3/29    Board Meeting – 6:30 p.m. – Technology Center
4/5-9   Spring Break
4/19    Board Meeting – 6:30 p.m. – Technology Center
5/3     Board Meeting – 6:30 p.m. – Technology Center
5/17    Board Meeting – 6:30 p.m. – Technology Center

2010-3R-10.1 Adjournment

Moved by Mrs. Rafeld, seconded by Mr. Pape to adjourn this meeting.

Roll call resulted as follows:
                Mrs. Rafeld, yea
                Mr. Pape, yea
                Mr. Weller, yea
                Mrs. O’Flaherty, yea
President Weller declared the meeting adjourned at 7:20 p.m.



__________________________________          ____________________________________
President                                   Treasurer
                   DELAWARE CITY SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION
                               Tuesday, March 9, 2010
                                 Technology Center
                               6 p.m. Special Meeting

2010-3S-1.1 Call to Order and Roll Call

The Delaware City Board of Education met in special session on Tuesday, March 9, 2010, at 6:00
p.m. at the Technology Center. Members on roll call were: Mr. Matt Weller, Mr. Ted Backus, Mrs.
Frances O’Flaherty, Mr. Harry Pape, and Mrs. Deborah Rafeld (late arrival). Absent: Mr. Tyler
Carney-DeBord (student)


2010-3S-1.2 Adoption of Agenda

Moved by Mr. Pape, seconded by Mrs. O’Flaherty to adopt this agenda as presented.

Roll call resulted as follows:
Mr. Pape, yea
Mrs. O’Flaherty, yea
Mr. Backus, yea
Mr. Weller, yea
President Weller declared the motion carried.


2010-3S-2.0 Executive Session

Moved by Mr. Backus, seconded by Mr. Pape to enter into executive session for the purpose of
discussing personnel.

Roll call resulted as follows:
                              Mr. Backus, yea
Mr. Pape, yea
Mrs. O’Flaherty, yea
Mr. Weller, yea
President Weller declared the board in executive session at 6:05 p.m.

Mrs. Deborah Rafeld entered the meeting at 6:07 p.m.

President Weller declared the board out of executive session at 7:59 p.m.

2010-3S-4.1 Adjournment

Moved by Mr. Backus, seconded by Mrs. O’Flaherty to adjourn this meeting.

Roll call resulted as follows:
                              Mr. Backus, yea
                              Mrs. O’Flaherty, yea
                              Mr. Pape, yea
                              Mrs. Rafeld, yea
                              Mr. Weller, yea
President Weller declared the meeting adjourned at 8:00 p.m.


______________________________               ________________________________
President                                    Treasurer
                  DELAWARE CITY SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION
                              Monday, March 29, 2010
                                 Technology Center
                             6:30 p.m. Regular Meeting


2010-3R2- 1.1 Call to Order and Roll Call

The Delaware City Board of Education met in regular session on Monday, March 29, 2010, at 6:30
p.m. at the Technology Center. Members on roll call were: Mr. Matt Weller, Mr. Ted Backus, Mrs.
Frances O’Flaherty, Mr. Harry Pape, Mrs. Deborah Rafeld, and Mr. Tyler Carney-DeBord.


2010-3R2-1.3 Adoption of Agenda

Moved by Mr. Pape, seconded by Mrs. Rafeld to adopt the agenda as presented.

Roll call resulted as follows:
                Mr. Pape, yea
                Mrs. Rafeld, yea
                Mr. Backus, yea
                Mrs. O’Flaherty, yea
                Mr. Weller, yea
                Mr. Carney-DeBord, yea
President Weller declared the motion carried


2010-3R2-1.4 Approve minutes

Moved by Mr. Backus, seconded by Mrs. Rafeld to approve the minutes of February 8, February 16,
and February 26, 2010 as presented.

Roll call resulted as follows:
                Mr. Backus, yea
                Mrs. Rafeld, yea
                Mrs. O’Flaherty, yea
                Mr. Pape, yea
                Mr. Weller, yea
                Mr. Carney-DeBord, yea
President Weller declared the motion carried.


2010-3R2-1.5 Recognition

District Staff and Students - Award from American Red Cross of Delaware County ―American Red
Cross Champions‖ for all of our efforts toward Haitian Relief.
2010-3R2-2.1–6 Reports

OAPSE – Pam Billow reported that applications are available for a scholarship that will be awarded
to a child or grandchild of an OAPSE member. Election of officers is April 26th. Two or three local
OAPSE representatives will attend the state conference in May.

Legislative – Delaware and Tennessee were the only two states to receive the Race to the Top
Grants. There will be a second round of applications considered in June, 2010.

Facilities –Larry Davis provided information regarding our proposal to purchase electricity through
Direct Energy. Larry also provided an update on the status of the Hayes High School grandstand
restroom project. Transportation items included: bus inspections will start in May, bus routes need
reviewed and options discussed, a transportation operations manual/handbook is forthcoming.

Financial – Christine Blue, Treasurer, reviewed the financial reports as of February 28, 2010, which
include a general fund analysis, financial report by fund, check summary, and an investment report.
She also provided an update on operating revenue and expense levels as of March 29, 2010.

Superintendent –

Federal Programs Audit: Amy Piacentino briefly reviewed the outcome of our recent federal
programs audit which showed the district in full compliance with all federal programs. Ms.
Piacentino expressed appreciation for the hard work provided by staff in preparing for the audit.

Technology Planning: Stan McDonald provided a review of the district technology plan. Our
current technology plan has been in place since 2009. The technology plan is a three year plan
aligned to our district strategic plan. We also have a tech council that provides input to the Director
of Technology on district needs regarding technology. Our primary goal is to integrate technology
into the educational program. We are also using student data to positively impact student
performance. Our plan seeks to integrate technology much like any other tool such as a pen or
pencil, so we need to look at ways to ensure student access.

Enrollment Report: Dr. Ashworth briefly reviewed an updated enrollment report. We are up about
140 students over last year at this time. The greatest enrollment growth this year has taken place at
Willis and Dempsey. Ron Smith will provide updated enrollment projections in May.


2010-3R2-3.1-3.5 Consent Items Pupils/Personnel/Fiscal/Other

Moved by Mr. Pape, seconded by Mr. Backus to approve all of the consent items as presented.


2010-3R2-3.3A Accept resignations

Teachers
Clifton Angela                She has been on a leave of absence for 2 years and is not returning
Louise Ford                   Effective at the end of the current contract year for retirement purposes
Kathleen Gowins               Effective at the end of the current contract year for retirement purposes
Carmella Mitchell             Effective at the end of the current contract year for retirement purposes
Anita Shively                 Effective at the end of the current contract year for retirement purposes
Addison Smith                 Effective at the end of the current contract year
Rhea Williams                 Effective at the end of the current contract year for retirement purposes

SACC
Ashley Mullins                Effective 3/5/10
LMC Specialist
Susan Hough                 Effective at the end of the current contract year for retirement purposes

Secretary
Helen Wharton               Effective at the end of the current contract year for retirement purposes


2010-3R2-3.3B Approve employments

Elementary principal
Paula Jorge         $80,844.30 (Step 7 - ADS 2E) 2 year-215 day contract)


2010-3R2-3.3C Approve renewal of administrative contracts

FIRST        LAST         CONTRACT
NAME         NAME         LENGTH
Sharon       Bechtel      1 year – 260 days
Pamela       Noeth        3 years – 260 days
Jerry        Stewart      3 years – 215 days
Rochelle     Thompson     3 years – 215 days

2010-3R2-3.3D Approve teacher one-year, two-year and continuing contracts

NAME                     BUILDING                 CONTRACT TYPE
Akers, Lauren            Smith Elem.              One-Year
Bartha, Daniel           Hayes High               One-Year
Benson, Bridgette        Hayes High               One-Year
Bowe, Suzan              Woodward Elem.           One-Year
Brickner, Stephanie      Woodward Elem.           One-Year
Clevenger, Joshua        Hayes High               One-Year
DiCarlo, Christine       Carlisle Elem.           One-Year
Frazier, Thomas          Hayes High               One-Year
Giermann, Emily          Dempsey Middle           One-Year
Heinonen, Katherine      Woodward Elem.           One-Year
Hopping, Jeremy          Hayes High               One-Year
Janiga, Kimberly         Carlisle Elem.           One-Year
Kimbleton, Kristen       Dempsey Middle           One-Year
Kraus, Kathleen          Hayes High               One-Year
Lambka, Erin             Willis Inter.            One-Year
Lowry, Heather           Dempsey Middle           One-Year
McLaughlin, Susan        Willis Inter.            One-Year
Mills, DeAnn             Carlisle Elem.           One-Year
Monroe, Amanda           Hayes High               One-Year
Nye, Lisa                Hayes High               One-Year
Piunno, Bradley          Hayes High               One-Year
Raquepaw, Angela         Technology Cntr.         One-Year
Rick, Brianna            Willis Inter.            One-Year
Rieman, Kevin            Willis Inter.            One-Year
Smith, Elizabeth         Woodward Elem.           One-Year
Tighe, Kelly             Willis Inter.            One-Year
Waldron, Amy             Schultz Elem.            One-Year
Woeste, Elizabeth        Smith Elem.              One-Year
Wurm, Kimberly           Hayes High               One-Year
Ahr, Richard A.          Dempsey Middle           Two-Year
Anible, Floyd R.         Hayes High               Two-Year
Bair, Cassandra L.        Woodward Elem.         Two-Year
Baker, Cathy L.           Willis Inter.          Two-Year
Bakunas, Jeffrey          Hayes High             Two-Year
Bauer, Amber C.           Willis Inter.          Two-Year
Blackburn, Jordan R.      Hayes High             Two-Year
Bowen, Mollie             Schultz Elem.          Two-Year
Burns, Erin               Conger Elem.           Two-Year
Carroll, Thomas           Willis Inter.          Two-Year
Cinereski, Tracy          Dempsey Middle         Two-Year
Cook, Khara               Smith Elem.            Two-Year
Curtis, Gail A.           Hayes High             Two-Year
Day, Jennifer             Technology Cntr.       Two-Year
Ekegren, Sarah M.         Willis Inter.          Two-Year
Fitzgerald, Lorianne R.   Carlisle Elem.         Two-Year
Ford, Leanna K.           Administration Bldg.   Two-Year
Franklin, Leslie G.       Carlisle Elem.         Two-Year
Furgiuele, Amanda         Conger Elem.           Two-Year
Giddings, Lisa            Dempsey Middle         Two-Year
Graham, Andrew G.         Hayes High             Two-Year
Gray, Shawn               Hayes High             Two-Year
Grummel, Mary J.          Woodward Elem.         Two-Year
Guarnera, Lauren          Smith Elem.            Two-Year
Hartong, Sarah            Schultz Elem.          Two-Year
Hedien, Heather R.        Willis Inter.          Two-Year
Heffernan, William J.     Hayes High             Two-Year
Hering, Thomas            Hayes High             Two-Year
Hershberger, Shauna       Willis Inter.          Two-Year
Hilgefort, Jill           Dempsey Middle         Two-Year
Howes, Michelle           Hayes High             Two-Year
Johnson, Jamie            Schultz Elem.          Two-Year
Kegley, Jack A.           Smith Elem.            Two-Year
Kelly, Elizabeth          Woodward Elem.         Two-Year
Kilhefner, Chad R.        Carlisle Elem.         Two-Year
Kunkle, Amanda            Conger Elem.           Two-Year
Lehman, Maria B.          Willis Inter.          Two-Year
Lindley, Connie L.        Carlisle Elem.         Two-Year
LoParo, Michael           Hayes High             Two-Year
Lovell, Mary L.           Schultz Elem.          Two-Year
Luksic, Denise            Hayes High             Two-Year
Margraf, Erin M.          Hayes High             Two-Year
Mays, Amanda J.           Carlisle Elem.         Two-Year
McClain, Julieanne        Hayes High             Two-Year
McClen, Christine E.      Schultz Elem.          Two-Year
McCoy, Jennifer B.        Hayes High             Two-Year
McMillan, Megan           Willis Inter.          Two-Year
Meyer, Joanne K.          Dempsey Middle         Two-Year
Miller, Laura A.          Conger Elem.           Two-Year
Morgan, David R.          Hayes High             Two-Year
Morris, Sara G.           Schultz Elem.          Two-Year
Morrison, Scott S.        Carlisle Elem.         Two-Year
Page, Joshua              Willis Inter.          Two-Year
Papa, Jennifer            Schultz Elem.          Two-Year
Peterson, Elizabeth       Hayes High             Two-Year
Pflaum, Shannon L.        Willis Inter.          Two-Year
Provenzano, Jennifer A.   Woodward Elem.         Two-Year
Rederstorff, Amanda K.    Smith Elem.            Two-Year
Reed, Veronica             Smith Elem.             Two-Year
Rogers-Duffy, Eileen       Carlisle Elem.          Two-Year
Roy, Elizabeth             Carlisle Elem.          Two-Year
Ruhlen, Jennifer           Carlisle Elem.          Two-Year
Ryan, Suzette M.           Woodward Elem.          Two-Year
Schmelmer, Keri            Conger Elem.            Two-Year
Schnaars, Sydney J.        Dempsey Middle          Two-Year
Searfos, Polly             Hayes High              Two-Year
Swain, Charles J.          Willis Inter.           Two-Year
Swisher, Kimberley K.      Dempsey Middle          Two-Year
Thrush, Katrina A.         Willis Inter.           Two-Year
Todt, Trista               Dempsey Middle          Two-Year
Waltz, Laura I.            Willis Inter.           Two-Year
Weller, Marie A.           Carlisle Elem.          Two-Year
White, Gregory             Hayes High              Two-Year
Wilch, Nancy M.            Hayes High              Two-Year
Woods, Amanda              Hayes High              Two-Year
Yinger, Michael C.         Hayes High              Two-Year
Abrams, Jeannine T.        Dempsey Middle          New Continuing
Bohrer, Joann              Woodward Elem.          New Continuing
Breakey, Jodi L.           Carlisle Elem.          New Continuing
Dowell, Kelli C.           Conger Elem.            New Continuing
Gardner, Sherene L.        Conger Elem.            New Continuing
Hale, Jaime L.             Schultz Elem.           New Continuing
Heald, Sarah               Schultz Elem.           New Continuing
Kemp, Katherine W.         Carlisle Elem.          New Continuing
Kuhn, Heather D.           Conger Elem.            New Continuing
McGonigle, Jacqueline      Willis Inter.           New Continuing
K.
Myers, Maria L.            Willis Inter.           New Continuing
Shaw, Jennifer S.          Willis Inter.           New Continuing
Stelzer, Ellen M.          Willis Inter.           New Continuing
Waltz, Jeffrey A.          Willis Inter.           New Continuing

2010-3R2-3.3E Approve supplemental contracts for 2009-2010 school

Emily Giermann               Athletic Spring Coordinator                  $1,687.69
                             Dempsey

Amanda Smith                 8th Grade Girls Softball                     $2,025.23
                             Dempsey

2010-3R2-3.3F Approve addendum to the administrative contract for Douglas Behnke as
presented


2010-3R2-3.3G Approve leaves of absence

Hilarie Barry – Intervention Specialist                             For 2010-2011 school year
Jody Everett – Speech-Language Pathologist                          For 2010-2011 school year
Maria Myers – Teacher                                               8/24-2010-1/21/2011

2010-3R2-3.3H Approve ELO teacher
Tiffany Gribble – per diem rate – on as-needed basis
2010-3R2-3.3I Approve Summer Ohio Valley Leadership School instructor pay – per diem
rate

Lieutenant Colonel (Ret) Floyd Anible                              6/12-6/20/10
Master Sergeant (Ret) Thomas D. Frazier                            6/12-6/21/10

The Air Force will reimburse Delaware City Schools 50% of minimum instructor pay through
6/21/10.

2010-3R2-3.3J Approve stipends for SACC nutrition grant

Scott Morrison                 Not to exceed $200 per building
Sally Rathje                   Not to exceed $200 per building
Cathy Sheets                   Not to exceed $350 per building


2010-3R2-3.4A Approve financial reports as of February 28, 2010 as presented


2010-3R2-3.4B Approve financial modifications

From:                              To:                                              Amount:

General Fund – 001
001-2212-490-011                   001-2212-511-011                                  1,500.00
Purch Serv – Enrichment            Testing Supplies - Enrichment

001-2421-640-006                   001-1110-640-006                                    150.00
Prin Equip – Woodward              Inst Equip – Woodward

001-2421-419-006                   001-1110-640-006                                    500.00
Consultants – Woodward             Inst Equip – Woodward

Permanent Imp Fund – 003
003-5600-690-001-010               003-5600-630-009                                 70,000.00
Roofs                              District Building Repairs

003-2840-760                       003-5600-690-001-012                             45,000.00
Buses                              Security Systems – District

SACC Fund – 020-9089
020-1110-560-9089                  020-1110-640-9089                                 3,000.00
Food Supplies                      Equipment

St. Mary’s Auxiliary Fund – 401-9020
401-1237-111-9020                 401-2142-419-9020                                  7,000.00
Salary – Wilson                   Psych Services

401-1237-111-9020                  401-1110-510-9020                                 8,974.16
Salary – Wilson                    Textbooks/Supplies

Title I – 572-9020
572-1270-241-9020                  572-1270-510-9020                                 2,249.89
Health – Dental                    Supplies

572-1270-242-9020                  572-1270-510-9020                                       17.25
Life Insurance                   Supplies

572-1270-510-9020                572-2219-510-9020                25,000.00
Supplies – Title I Instr         Supplies – Fam & Com

Title I-A – 536-9020
536-2219-111-9020                536-2219-241-9020                  173.95
Salaries                         Health/Dental

536-2219-211-9020                536-2219-241-9020                   24.35
STRS                             Health/Dental

536-2219-439-9020                536-2219-241-9020                 3,034.31
Professional Development         Health/Dental

Title II-A - 590-9020
590-1100-241-9020                590-2213-510-9020                 2,327.49
Medical/Dental                   Supplies

Title IV- Drug Free Schools - 584-9020
584-2120-510-9020                  584-2120-412-9020                900.89
Supplies                           Purchased Service

Title VI-B - 516-9020
516-1231-241-9020                516-1231-510-9020                 1,386.87
Health/Dental                    Instr. Supplies MH

516-1231-241-9020                516-1235-510-9020                 1,386.87
Health/Dental                    Instr. Supplies SBH

516-1231-241-9020                516-1236-510-9020                  852.80
Health/Dental                    Instr. Supplies DH

516-1235-241-9020                516-1236-510-9020                  534.07
Health/Dental                    Instr. Supplies DH

516-1235-241-9020                516-1237-510-9020                  134.53
Health/Dental                    Instr. Supplies SLD

516-1236-241-9020                516-1237-510-9020                  668.60
Health/Dental                    Instr. Supplies SLD

516-1239-241-9020                516-1237-510-9020                  583.60
Health/Dental                    Instr. Supplies SLD

516-1239-241-9020                516-1237-510-9020                      .14
Health/Dental                    Instr. Supplies SLD

516-1239-241-9020                516-1239-510-9020                 1,225.50
Health/Dental                    Instr. Supplies Other handicap

516-1247-241-9020                516-1239-510-9020                  161.37
Health/Dental                    Instr. Supplies Other handicap

516-1247-241-9020                516-1247-510-9020                 1,386.88
Health/Dental                    Instr. Supplies SLD
516-1247-241-9020                   516-2219-511-9020                    260.99
Health/Dental                       Supplies /Testing Kits

516-2214-251-9020                   516-2219-411-9020                   9,739.01
Health/Dental                       Supplies /Testing Kits

516-3260-412-9020                   516-3260-111-9020                   8,396.22
Psych Services – St Mary            Salary – A Wilson – St Mary

ARRA – Title VIB - 516-932N
516-3260-412-932N                   516-3260-111-932N                   7,577.94
Services – St. Mary                 Salary – A. Wilson

Appropriation Increases (due to increases in funding)

Delaware Foundation - 007-9003
07-2510-410-9003                    Purch Services – Treasurer      + 5,000.00

Dempsey Chorus – 200-964A
200-4610-891-964A                   Misc Expenses                  + 27,000.00

Hayes Orchestra – 300-902B
300-4670-891-902B                   Misc Expenses                 + 132,195.00

Title I - 572-9020
572-1270-510-9020                   Supplies – Title I              + 1,629.99

Title II-D - 533-9120
533-2219-111-9120                   T-3 Salaries                    +     13.60

St. Mary Auxiliary Funds - 401-9020
401-2419-410-9020                                                    + 464.39
401-1110-510-9020                                                  +11,145.22

Delaware Christian Auxiliary Funds - 401-9120
401-2419-410-9120                                                    + 582.01
401-1110-510-9120                                                   +4,000.00
401-1110-640-9120                                                   +9,968.14

Ohio K12 Connectivity - 451-9020
451-2700-441-9020                                                   + 8,000.00

Appropriation Decreases (due to funding reductions)

Title II-A (590-9020)
590-1100-241-9020                   Med/Dental Ins                  - 394.44

Estimated Revenue Revisions

Dempsey Chorus – 200-964A                                           +13,754.00
Hayes Orchestra – 300-902B                                        + 130,055.00
St. Mary’s Aux. – 401-9020                                         + 11,609.61
Delaware Christian Aux – 401-9120                                  + 14,550.15

Approve New Grant
Power Up Moves - 542-9020
542-3290-119-9020                    Stipends                                            + 1,620.00
542-3290-149-9020                    Stipends                                            + 1,620.00
542-3290-211-9020                    STRS                                                  + 226.80
542-3290-221-9020                    SERS                                                  + 226.80
542-3290-249-9020                    Medicare                                               + 23.49
542-3290-259-9020                    Medicare                                               + 23.49
542-3290-261-9020                    Work Comp                                               + 4.71
542-3290-262-9020                    Work Comp                                               + 4.71
542-3290-519-9020                    Supplies                                            + 5,250.00
542-3290-569-9020                    Food Supplies                                       + 1,000.00


2010-3R2-3.4C Approve resolution for special pay plan

                            BOARD OF EDUCATION FOR THE
                           DELAWARE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

WHEREAS, the Treasurer/CFO of the Board of Education recommends that the Board enter into
special payment plans provided under Internal Revenue Code Sections 401(a) and 403(b) with Valic
Financial Advisors, Inc. and set forth in the attached documents to permit the Superintendent and
Assistant Superintendent following retirement to contribute accumulated sick leave, incentive
payments, special bonuses, and accumulated annual leave payments made by the Superintendent and
Assistant Superintendent and Board to a tax deferred retirement account.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board authorizes the Treasurer/CFO on behalf of
the Board to execute the necessary documents for the Board to enter into special payment plans with
Valic Financial Advisors, Inc.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that it is hereby found and determined that all formal actions of this
Board concerning and relating to the adoption of this resolution were adopted in an open meeting of
this Board, and that all deliberations of this Board and any of its committees that resulted in such
formal action were in meetings open to the public in compliance with all legal requirements,
including Section 121.22 of the Ohio Revised Code.

2010-3R2-3.4D Approve Resolution/Certificate of Authority for On-line Banking with
Delaware County Bank

2010-3R2-3.4E Approve agreement to purchase deregulated electricity as presented

Direct Energy Business, LLC – for the period July 2010 – December 2012

2010-3R2-3.5A Accept donations

$250.00 from the Road Hawgs Motorcycle Club to be used for scholarships for Camp Willson

$400.00 from Jack Kahaian, Delaware, to be used for scholarships for Camp Willson

Med Safes were presented to each school building by Police Chief Russ Martin and Officer Rod
Glazer, Delaware City Police Department, to help in combating Over-the-Counter drug abuse.

$2,400.00 in books from the Literacy Coalition of Delaware County to be divided between the
Conger and Woodward Elementary Schools Summer Reading Programs

$500.00 from K2 Marketing Group, Inc. to be used at Carlisle Elementary
Roll call resulted as follows:
                Mr. Pape, yea
                Mr. Backus, yea
                Mrs. Rafeld, yea
                Mr. Weller, yea
                Mrs. O’Flaherty, yea
                Mr. Carney-DeBord, yea
President Weller declared the motion carried.

2010-3R2-6.0 Superintendent’s and Board Comments
   o Dr. Ashworth reported that students Alex Carpenter and Carly Mungovan are serving on
      United Way’s impact team.
   o Superintendent Ashworth reminded meeting participants to vote for the Liberty Community
      Center playground grant—voting ends Wednesday.
   o A board work session was scheduled for Tuesday, April 20, at 6:30 p.m. at the
      Administration Building.
   o Deb Rafeld shared her experiences from the recent Hayes Orchestra trip. The performance
      was great and our students had a wonderful time.
   o Matt Weller and Jen Ruhe provided a brief update on levy campaign activities.

2010-3R2-8.0 Calendar

       4/5-9   Spring Break
       4/19    Board Meeting – 6:30 p.m. – Technology Center
       4/20    Board Work Session – 6:30 p.m. – Administration Building
       5/3     Board Meeting – 6:30 p.m. – Technology Center
       5/17    Board Meeting – 6:30 p.m. – Technology Center
       5/31    Memorial Day – NO SCHOOL
       6/5     Hayes High School Graduation
       6/7     Board Meeting – 6:30 p.m. – Technology Center
       6/9     Last Day of School for Students
       6/30    Board Meeting – 6:30 p.m. – Technology Center

2010-3R2-9.1 Executive session for the purpose of discussing personnel

Moved by Mrs. Rafeld, seconded by Mr. Pape to enter into executive session for the purpose of
discussing personnel with no action to follow.

Roll call resulted as follows:
               Mrs. Rafeld, yea
               Mr. Pape, yea
               Mr. Weller, yea
               Mr. Backus, yea
               Mrs. O’Flaherty, yea
               Mr. Carney-DeBord, yea
President Weller declared the board in executive session at 7:17 p.m.

President Weller declared the board out of executive session at 7:48 p.m.

2010-3R2-10.1 Adjournment

Moved by Mrs. O’Flaherty, seconded by Mr. Pape to adjourn this meeting.

Roll call resulted as follows:
                Mrs. O’Flaherty, yea
              Mr. Pape, yea
              Mr. Weller, yea
              Mr. Backus, yea
              Mrs. Rafeld, yea
President Weller declared the meeting adjourned at 7:49 p.m.


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