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									                                   Granville Board of Education Committee
                                            MEETING MINUTES

Monday, April 20, 2009

The Granville Exempted Village School District Board of Education met in regular session at the
District Office on this date. The President of the Board Dr. Clarke Berdan II called the meeting to
order at 7:00 p.m. Responding to roll call was: Mr. Anthony Beckerley, Ms. Amy Deeds, Mr. John
Kralovec, Mrs. Nicole Jardell, and Dr. Clarke Berdan II. Also present was Scot Prebles,
Superintendent, and Peg Betts, Treasurer.

Pledge of Allegiance

Commendations

   •   FCCLA Recognition

Superintendent’s Report

   •   Librarians – Sally Gummere, Jana Von Dach, Bridget Mills, Becky Reid

Action Agenda Public Comments

ACTION AGENDA

Approval of the following Action Items as recommended by the Superintendent.

04.09.01 Courses of Study

Moved by Mrs. Jardell, seconded by Ms. Deeds for approval of Sixth Grade Pre-Algebra A, GMS Family
and Consumer Sciences I and II and GHS Physical Science Courses of Study. On vote: Mr. Anthony
Beckerley, aye; Ms. Amy Deeds, aye; Mr. John Kralovec, aye; Mrs. Nicole Jardell, aye; and Dr. Clarke
Berdan II, aye. Motion carried.

04.09.02 Textbook Adoption

Moved by Mrs. Jardell, seconded by Ms. Deeds approve the adoption of the following textbooks: K-5
Everyday Mathematics 3rd Edition; 6-8 Connected Mathematics 2nd Edition; McDougal Littell Algebra
1,2, and Geometry (Ohio Editions); and Key Curriculum Press Discovering Advanced Algebra. On
vote: Mr. Anthony Beckerley, aye; Ms. Amy Deeds, aye; Mr. John Kralovec, aye; Mrs. Nicole Jardell,
aye; and Dr. Clarke Berdan II, aye. Motion carried.



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04.09.03 Home Instruction

Moved by Mr. Beckerley, seconded by Mrs. Jardell for approval for the following teachers to provide
home instruction for students: Michelle Dague, Ellen Wilken, Deb Lancashire and Polly Gorringe. On
vote: Mr. Anthony Beckerley, aye; Ms. Amy Deeds, aye; Mr. John Kralovec, aye; Mrs. Nicole Jardell,
aye; and Dr. Clarke Berdan II, aye. Motion carried.

04.09.04 Wellness Policy

Moved by Mr. Beckerley, seconded by Mrs. Jardell for approval of the Wellness Policy as presented in
the first reading at the March 16, 2009 Board of Education meeting. On vote: Mr. Anthony Beckerley,
aye; Ms. Amy Deeds, aye; Mr. John Kralovec, aye; Mrs. Nicole Jardell, aye; and Dr. Clarke Berdan II,
aye. Motion carried.

04.09.05 NEOLA Policy

Moved by Mrs. Jardell, seconded by Ms. Deeds for approval of the recommended NEOLA Board Policy
Revisions/Additions as presented in the first reading at the March 16, 2009 Board of Education
meeting.

   •   Policy 2220 – Adoption of Courses of Studies – Operational
   •   Policy 2260 – Nondiscrimination and Access to Equal Educational Opportunity – Operational
   •   Policy 2421- Career Technical Education Program – Language
   •   Policy 2464 – Gifted Education and Identification – Operational
   •   Policy 2623 – Student Assessment and Academic Intervention Services – Operational
   •   Policy 3120 – Employment of Professional Staff – Language
   •   Policy 3120.04 – Employment of Substitute Teachers – Language
   •   Policy 3120.06 – Selecting Student Teachers – Language
   •   Policy 3120.07 – Employment of Casual Resource Personnel – Language
   •   Policy 3120.08 – Employment of Personnel for Co-Curricular/Extra-Curricular Activities – Operational
   •   Policy 3120.09 – Volunteers – Operational
   •   Policy 3121 – Criminal History Record Check – Language
   •   Policy 3122 – Nondiscrimination and Equal Employment Opportunity – Language
   •   Policy 3138 – Suspension During Pending Criminal Actions – Operational
   •   Policy 3139 – Staff Discipline – Language
   •   Policy 3140 – Termination and Resignation – Operational
   •   Policy 3160 – Physical Examination – Language
   •   Policy 3210 – Staff Ethics – Language - Aligns with 3120.08 & 3120.09
   •   Policy 3430.01 – Family and Medical Leaves of Absence (“FMLA”) – Language
   •   Policy 4120.04 – Employment of Substitutes – Language
   •   Policy 4120.08 – Employment of Personnel for Co-curricular/Extra-Curricular Activities – Language
   •   Policy 4120.09 – Volunteers – Language
   •   Policy 4121 – Criminal History and Record Check – Language


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   •   Policy 4122 – Nondiscrimination and Equal Employment Opportunity – Language
   •   Policy 4138 – Suspension During Pending Criminal Actions – Language
   •   Policy 4139 – Staff Discipline – Language
   •   Policy 4140 – Termination or Resignation – Language
   •   Policy 4160 – Physical Examination – Language
   •   Policy 4430.01 – Family and Medical Leaves of Absence (“FMLA”) – Language
   •   Policy 5114 – Foreign Exchange Students – Operational
   •   Policy 6460 – Vendor Relations – Language
   •   Policy 7420 – Hygienic Management – Operational
   •   Policy 8141 – Mandatory Reporting of Misconduct by Licensed Employees – Language – aligns with policies 3140 &
       4140
   •   Policy 8142 - Criminal History Record Check for Contracted School Services – Language
   •   Policy 8210 – School Calendar – Operational
   •   Policy 8310 – Public Records – Operational
   •   Policy 8315 – Information Management/Litigation Hold – Operational
   •   Policy 8351 – Security Breach of Confidential Databases – Operational

On vote: Mr. Anthony Beckerley, aye; Ms. Amy Deeds, aye; Mr. John Kralovec, aye; Mrs. Nicole
Jardell, aye; and Dr. Clarke Berdan II, aye. Motion carried.

CONSENT AGENDA

04.09.06 Approval of Routine Business by Consent

Moved by Mr. Beckerley, seconded by Ms. Deeds for approval of routine business by consent items as
recommended by the Superintendent.

Adoption of Minutes - Adopt the minutes of the Regular Meeting of the Board of Education held on
Monday, March 16, 2009.

Acceptance of Donations/Gifts

   •   Acceptance of an anonymous donation for the 8th grade Washington, D.C. trip in the amount
       of $500.

Employment

Certificated Staff

Each person listed will receive a full-time contract unless otherwise noted.




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One Year Contracts (for the 2009-2010 school year)

           Laura Freeman                                  Jessica Mangum
           Vonda McDonald                                 Lindsey Olinger
           Daniel Sansuchat                               Amber Dorchester
           KaSandra Emler                                 Audrey Hager
           Ann Raffay                                     Ceciel Shaw
           Amy Tolbert                                    Andrea Crow
           Ryan Schwaiger                                 Bryan White
           Jennifer Thompson                              Polly Gorringe (Increase from .37 to .74)
           Laura Pleasants

Two Year Contracts (for the 2009-2010, and 2010-2011 school years)

           Ashley Edes                                    Tracey Salinas
           Molly Schneider                                Carrie Jones

Three Year Contracts (for the 2009-2010, 2010-2011, and 2011- 2012 school years)

           Samantha Mastrian                              Jennifer Brecheisen
           Leslie Malecky                                 Rebecca Reid
           Judith Goodman                                 Elizabeth Newell
           Susan Tallentire                               Susan Borchers
           Michelle Dague                                 Ralph Hicks
           Gerald Holmes                                  Brook Roshon
           Don Haven                                      Bob Hollen
           Shane Huck                                     Kim McClanahan
           Renee Runyan                                   J. R. Wait
           Jennifer Walpole                               Erin Weiss Christman
           Tara Parsley (part-time certified)             Julie Richard (part-time certified)

Continuing Contracts

           Theresa Abbott                                 Polly Schneider
           Lisa Stankunas                                 Melissa Richards
           Jill Esh                                       Pam Thompson

One Year Limited Contracts for 2009-2010 (Retire-Rehire)

           Barbara Blatter                                Ed Swope

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Classified Staff

Each person listed will receive a full-time contract unless otherwise noted.

Two Year Contracts (for the 2009-2010, and 2010-2011 school years)

             Lisa Fitch                                    Thomas Sasser
             Tina Washka                                   Janie Carlson
             Janet Oglibee

Continuing Contracts

             Cari Butler                                   Debra Warner
             Shellie Ryan                                  Jill Sturtz
             Mike Morris                                   Terri Corman
             Bobbie Seidell (part-time classified)

One Year Limited Contract for 2009-2010 (Retire-Rehire)

             Kay Eclebery

Supplemental Contract(s) for the 2008-2009 School Year

Employment of the following supplemental contracts pending verification of all licensure requirements
and years of experience calculations.

             Group I                                       Name

             Weight Room Supervisor (.9)           Clint Cox
             (Spring/Summer) Effective date 4-6-09

             Group IV                                      Name

             Piano Accompanist (.35)                        Meredith Needham

Substitute Contracts for the remainder of the 2008-2009 School Year

Employment of the following substitute contracts pending verification of all licensure requirements
and years of experience calculations.


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Substitute Teachers for the remainder of the 2008-2009 School Year

             Tamara Driskill                               Judith Edwards
             Amy Miller                                    Pamela Reamer
             Katherine Duffus

Substitute Secretary/Educational Aide for the remainder of the 2008-2009 School Year

             Mark Edwards

Substitute Bus Driver(s) for the remainder of the 2008-2009 School Year

             Tommy Thompson

Resignations

   •   Ron Roesink, MS Football and Basketball Coach, Group IV, effective the end of the 2008-2009
       school year.
   •   Kristen Snyder, Color Guard Advisor, Group IV, effective the end of the 2008-2009 school year.
   •   E. B. Smith, Literary Magazine, Group VII, effective the end of the 2008-2009 school year.
   •   Jill Esh, 7th Grade Team Coordinator, Group VI, effective the end of the 2008-2009 school
       year.

Overnight Field Trips

   •   Approval for the Granville Intermediate Fourth Grade Discovery students to travel to
       Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to participate in an educational study of Pittsburgh. The students will
       leave at 7:00 a.m. on May 15, 2009 and will return at 4:00 p.m. on May 16, 2009.
   •   Approval for the Granville Middle School Eighth Grade Class and staff to travel to Washington,
       D.C. for their class trip. They will leave Tuesday, May 12 at 5:00 a.m. and return Friday, May
       15 around 11:00 p.m.
   •   Approval for the Granville Intermediate Fifth Grade Discovery students to travel to Camp Ohio
       in St. Louisville. The students will be involved in outdoor education activities. They will leave
       at 9:15 am on Thursday, April 23, 2009 and return to school on Friday, April 24, 2009 at 2:00
       pm.

Volunteer for the remainder of the 2008-2009 School Year

   •   Lee Montgomery, Weight Room Supervisor.


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Extended Time Contracts for the 2009-2010 School Year

   •   Becky Reid, GES Librarian, 5 days *
   •   Bridget Mills, GIS Librarian, 5 days *
   •   Jana Von Dach, GMS Librarian, 5 days *
   •   Sally Gummere, GHS Librarian, 5 days *
   •   Jill Riggs, School Psychologist, 10 days **
   •   Sandy Simon, Speech Language Pathologist, 10 days **
   •   Theresa Abbott, GES Dean of Students, 5 days
   •   Dave Stewart, GMS Social Studies, 3 days
   •   Anne Daly, GMS Guidance Counselor, 15 days
   •   Ann Raffay, GHS Guidance Counselor, 20 days
   •   Amber Dorchester, GHS Guidance Counselor, 20 days
   •   Brandi Cooper, GHS Guidance Counselor, 20 days
   •   Matt Durst, GHS Dean of Students, 20 days
   •   Tara Hartshorn, GHS Special Education Coordinator, 10 days
   •   Kristine Michael, Curriculum Coordinator, 5 days
   •   Melissa Schmidgall, School Psychologist, 10 days
   •   Cindy Shaffer, GHS Family and Consumer Science, 5 days

             * Required by BOE/GEA Negotiated Agreement
             ** Required by employment contract

Unpaid Leave Requests

Approve the following Unpaid Leave Requests

   •   Kathy Crothers, Educational Aide, Granville Middle School, to take April 30, 2009 as a day of
       Unpaid Leave.
   •   Renee Runyan, Granville High School Math Teacher, to take April 24, 2009 as a day of Unpaid
       Leave.
   •   Don Haven, Granville High School Social Studies Teacher, to take May 26, 2009 as a day of
       Unpaid Leave.

On vote: Mr. Anthony Beckerley, aye; Ms. Amy Deeds, aye; Mr. John Kralovec, aye; Mrs. Nicole
Jardell, aye; and Dr. Clarke Berdan II, aye. Motion carried.




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Finances

The Treasurer recommends the acceptance of the following agenda items:

04.09.07 Financial Statements

Moved by Mr. Beckerley, seconded by Ms. Deeds for approval of the March, 2009 financial reports on
file in the treasurer’s office. On vote: Mr. Anthony Beckerley, aye; Ms. Amy Deeds, aye; Mr. John
Kralovec, aye; Mrs. Nicole Jardell, aye; and Dr. Clarke Berdan II, aye. Motion carried.

04.09.08 Authorization to Participate in the OSBA Sponsored Program “PaySchools”

Moved by Mr. Beckerley, seconded by Mrs. Jardell approval of the PaySchools.Com Electronic
Participant Agreement. On vote: Mr. Anthony Beckerley, aye; Ms. Amy Deeds, aye; Mr. John
Kralovec, aye; Mrs. Nicole Jardell, aye; and Dr. Clarke Berdan II, aye. Motion carried.

04.09.09 Authorization to Issue Tax Anticipation Notes

Approval of the following Resolution to issue short-term Permanent Improvement Tax Anticipation
Notes for borrowing from the district’s bond retirement Fund.

                                         BOARD OF EDUCATION
                              GRANVILLE EXEMPTED VILLAGE SCHOOL DISTRICT
                                         LICKING COUNTY, OHIO

        The Board of Education (the "Board") of the Granville Exempted Village School District, Licking County, Ohio (the
"School District") met in regular session on April 20, 2009 at 7:00 p.m., at the offices of the Board, 130 North Granger,
Granville, Ohio 43023, with the following members present:

        Ms Deeds ________________________ introduced the following resolution and moved its passage:


                                         NOTE RESOLUTION

                AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF NOTES IN ANTICIPATION OF THE
                COLLECTION OF THE PROCEEDS OF THE ONE AND SEVEN TENTHS (1.70)
                MILL PERMANENT IMPROVEMENT LEVY APPROVED BY ELECTORS OF THE
                SCHOOL DISTRICT AT THE ELECTION HELD NOVEMBER 4, 2008.

                                           (O.R.C. Sections 133.29; 5705.21)




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        WHEREAS, the electors of the School District approved at the November 4, 2008 election a permanent

improvement levy (the "Levy") in the amount of one and seven tenths (1.70) mills for each one dollar of valuation for the

purpose of making permanent improvements for the School District, for five years; and

        WHEREAS, the County Auditor of Licking County, Ohio, as secretary of the budget commission of such county

(the "Budget Commission"), has certified that half of the amount estimated by the Budget Commission to be received by the

School District during the next five years of the Levy will be Three Million Four Hundred Ninety Three Thousand Two

Hundred Seventy Five ________________________ Dollars ($ 3,493,275 __________________); and 00/100.

        WHEREAS, this Board deems it necessary to borrow in anticipation of the collection of the proceeds of the Levy, in

accordance with the provisions of the Ohio Revised Code, and particularly Section 5705.21 thereof, the amount of not to

exceed Nine Hundred Thousand Dollars ($900,000), which sum does not exceed the amount permitted by Ohio Revised

Code Section 5705.21;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION, GRANVILLE EXEMPTED VILLAGE

SCHOOL DISTRICT, LICKING COUNTY, OHIO, THAT:

       Section 1.       Pursuant to Ohio Revised Code Section 5705.21, and in anticipation of the collection of tax
revenues levied and to be levied by the Board upon the duplicate of the School District for the next five years of the Levy
(Tax Collection years 2010-2014), it is necessary to borrow and there shall be borrowed the principal sum of not to exceed
$900,000, which borrowing shall be evidenced by notes of the School District designated "Granville Exempted Village
School District, Licking County, Ohio Permanent Improvement Levy Tax Anticipation Notes, Series 2009" (the "Notes").
The Notes shall be issued in one lot.

        Section 2.        The Notes shall be issued as fully registered securities, in such denominations as shall be
determined by the Treasurer, but not exceeding the principal amount of Notes maturing on any one date; shall be
numbered consecutively from R-1 upward, as determined by the Treasurer; shall be dated the date determined by the
Treasurer and set forth in the Certificate of Fiscal Officer (as defined hereinbelow) provided for in Section 3 hereof; and
shall bear interest, payable on such dates as determined by the Treasurer (the "Interest Payment Dates") and set forth in
the Certificate of Fiscal Officer, until the principal sum is paid. Interest shall be calculated on the basis of a 360-day year
of twelve 30-day months.

        The Notes shall mature in principal amounts on the dates and shall bear interest at such rates as shall be determined
by the Treasurer and certified to this Board in the Certificate of Fiscal Officer.

        Section 3.        The Treasurer is hereby authorized and directed to execute on behalf of the School District a
Certificate of Fiscal Officer Relating to Terms of Notes (the "Certificate of Fiscal Officer") setting forth the final terms of

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the Notes, which terms, subject to the limitations set forth in this resolution, shall be as determined by the Treasurer. The
Certificate of Fiscal Officer shall indicate the dated date for the Notes, the purchase price for the Notes (which shall be not
less than 97% of the face value thereof), the maturity schedule for the Notes (provided that the maximum maturity date of
the Notes shall not exceed one (1) year), the interest rates for the Notes (provided that the true interest cost for all Notes in
the aggregate shall not exceed five per centum (5.00% per annum), optional redemption provisions if any, and such other
terms not inconsistent with this resolution as the Treasurer shall deem appropriate.

         Section 4.        The Notes shall express upon their faces the purpose for which they are issued and that they are
issued pursuant to this resolution; and shall be executed by the President of the Board (the "Board President") and by the
Treasurer in their official capacities, provided that either or both of their signatures may be a facsimile. No Note shall be
valid or become obligatory for any purpose or shall be entitled to any security or benefit under this resolution unless and
until a certificate of authentication, as printed on the Note, is signed by the Note Registrar (as defined in Section 6 hereof)
as authenticating agent. Authentication by the Note Registrar shall be conclusive evidence that the Note so authenticated
has been duly issued and delivered under this resolution and is entitled to the security and benefit of this resolution. The
certificate of authentication may be signed by any officer or officers of the Note Registrar or by such other person acting
as an agent of the Note Registrar as shall be approved by the Treasurer on behalf of the School District. It shall not be
necessary that the same authorized person sign the certificate of authentication on all of the Notes.

         Section 5.       The principal of and interest on the Notes shall be payable in lawful money of the United States
of America without deduction for the services of the Note Registrar as paying agent. The principal of the Notes shall be
payable upon presentation and surrender of the Notes at the principal office of the Note Registrar. Each Note shall bear
interest from the later of the date thereof, or the most recent Interest Payment Date to which interest has been paid or duly
provided for, unless the date of authentication of any Note is less than 15 days prior to an Interest Payment Date, in which
case interest shall accrue from such Interest Payment Date. Interest on any Note shall be paid on each Interest Payment
Date by check or draft mailed to the person in whose name the Note is registered, at the close of business on the 15th day
next preceding that Interest Payment Date (the "Record Date") (unless such date falls on a non-business day, in which
case the Record Date shall be the preceding business day), on the Note Register (as defined in Section 6 hereof) at the
address appearing therein.

         Any interest on any Note which is payable, but is not punctually paid or provided for, on any Interest Payment Date
(herein called "Defaulted Interest") shall forthwith cease to be payable to the registered owner on the relevant Record Date
by virtue of having been such owner and such Defaulted Interest shall be paid to the registered owner in whose name the
Note is registered at the close of business on a date (the "Special Record Date") to be fixed by the Note Registrar, such
Special Record Date to be not more than 15 nor less than 10 days prior to the date of proposed payment. The Note Registrar
shall cause notice of the proposed payment of such Defaulted Interest and the Special Record Date therefor to be mailed, first
class postage prepaid, to each noteholder, at such noteholder's address as it appears in the Note Register, not less than 10
days prior to such Special Record Date, and may, in its discretion, cause a similar notice to be published once in a newspaper
in each place where Notes are payable, but such publication shall not be a condition precedent to the establishment of such
Special Record Date.

         Subject to the foregoing provisions of this Section 5, each Note delivered by the Note Registrar upon transfer of or
in exchange for or in lieu of any other Note shall carry the rights to interest accrued and unpaid, and to accrue, which were
carried by such other Note.

         Section 6.      The Treasurer is hereby authorized and directed to serve as authenticating agent, bond registrar,
transfer agent, and paying agent for the Notes (the "Note Registrar") or to execute on behalf of the Board a Note Registrar

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Agreement with such bank or other appropriate financial institution as shall be acceptable to the Treasurer, pursuant to
which such bank or financial institution shall agree to serve as Note Registrar for the Notes. If at any time the Note
Registrar shall be unable or unwilling to serve as such, or the Treasurer in such officer's discretion shall determine that it
would be in the best interest of the School District for such functions to be performed by another party, the Treasurer may,
and is hereby authorized and directed to, enter into an agreement with a national banking association or other appropriate
institution experienced in providing such services, to perform the services required of the Note Registrar hereunder. Each
such successor Note Registrar shall promptly advise all noteholders of the change in identity and new address of the Note
Registrar. So long as any of the Notes remain outstanding, the School District shall cause to be maintained and kept by
the Note Registrar, at the office of the Note Registrar, all books and records necessary for the registration, exchange and
transfer of Notes as provided in this Section 6 (the "Note Register"). Subject to the provisions of Section 5 hereof, the
person in whose name any Note shall be registered on the Note Register shall be regarded as the absolute owner thereof
for all purposes. Payment of or on account of the principal of and interest on any Note shall be made only to or upon the
order of that person. Neither the School District nor the Note Registrar shall be affected by any notice to the contrary, but
the registration may be changed as herein provided. All payments shall be valid and effectual to satisfy and discharge the
liability upon the Notes, including the interest thereon, to the extent of the amount or amounts so paid.

        Any Note, upon presentation and surrender at the office of the Note Registrar, together with a request for exchange
signed by the registered owner or by a person authorized by the owner to do so by a power of attorney in a form satisfactory
to the Note Registrar, may be exchanged for Notes of the same form and of any authorized denomination or denominations
equal in the aggregate to the unmatured principal amount of the Notes surrendered, and bearing interest at the same rate and
maturing on the same date.

        A Note may be transferred only on the Note Register upon presentation and surrender thereof at the office of the
Note Registrar, together with an assignment executed by the registered owner or by a person authorized by the owner to do
so by a power of attorney in a form satisfactory to the Note Registrar. Upon that transfer, the Note Registrar shall complete,
authenticate and deliver a new Note or Notes of any authorized denomination or denominations equal in the aggregate to the
unmatured principal amount of the Notes surrendered, and bearing interest at the same rate and maturing on the same date.

        The School District and the Note Registrar shall not be required to transfer or exchange (i) any Note during a period
beginning at the opening of business fifteen (15) days before the day of mailing of a notice of redemption of Notes, and
ending at the close of business on the day of such mailing, or (ii) any Notes selected for redemption, in whole or in part,
following the date of such mailing.

         In all cases in which Notes are exchanged or transferred hereunder, the School District shall cause to be executed
and the Note Registrar shall authenticate and deliver Notes in accordance with the provisions of this resolution. The
exchange or transfer shall be without charge to the owner; except that the Board and Note Registrar may make a charge
sufficient to reimburse them for any tax or other governmental charge required to be paid with respect to the exchange or
transfer. The Board or the Note Registrar may require that those charges, if any, be paid before it begins the procedure for
the exchange or transfer of the Notes. All Notes issued upon any transfer or exchange shall be the valid obligations of the
School District, evidencing the same debt, and entitled to the same benefits under this resolution, as the Notes surrendered
upon that transfer or exchange.

         Section 7.        The Notes shall be sold to the Bond Retirement Fund of the School District at the par value
thereof, and the Treasurer is hereby authorized and directed to deliver the Notes, when executed, to the credit of the Bond
Retirement Fund pursuant to Ohio Revised Code Section 133.29 upon payment of the purchase price and accrued interest,
if any, to the date of delivery. The proceeds of such sale, except any accrued interest or premium thereon, shall be deposited

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in the Treasury of the School District and used for the purpose aforesaid and for no other purpose. The accrued interest
received from such sale shall be transferred to the Bond Retirement Fund to be applied to the payment of the principal of
and interest on the Notes, or other obligations of the School District, as permitted by law. Any premium from the sale of
the Notes shall be deposited into such fund or funds and used for such purposes as shall be specified in the Certificate of
Fiscal Officer.

         Section 8.     The Board hereby covenants that it shall comply with the requirements of all existing and future
laws which must be satisfied in order that interest on the Notes is and will continue to be excluded from gross income for
federal income tax purposes, including without limitation restrictions on the use of the property financed with the
proceeds of the Notes so that the Notes will not constitute "private activity bonds" within the meaning of Section 141 of
the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the "Code"). The School District further covenants that it shall restrict
the use of the proceeds of the Notes in such manner and to such extent, if any, as may be necessary, after taking into
account reasonable expectations at the time the Notes are issued, so that they will not constitute arbitrage bonds under
Section 148 of the Code and the regulations prescribed thereunder (the "Regulations").

         The Treasurer, or any other officer of this Board, including the President, is hereby authorized and directed (a) to
make or effect any election, selection, designation, choice, consent, approval or waiver on behalf of the Board with respect to
the Notes as permitted or required to be made or given under the federal income tax laws, for the purpose of assuring,
enhancing or protecting favorable tax treatment or the status of the Notes or interest thereon or assisting compliance with
requirements for that purpose, reducing the burden or expense of such compliance, reducing any rebate amount or any
payment of penalties, or making any payments of special amounts in lieu of making computations to determine, or paying,
any excess earnings as rebate, or obviating those amounts or payments, as determined by the Treasurer, which action shall be
in writing and signed by the Treasurer, or any other officer, including the President, on behalf of the Board; (b) to take any
and all actions, make or obtain calculations, and make or give reports, covenants and certifications of and on behalf of the
School District, as may be appropriate to assure the exclusion of interest from gross income and the intended tax status of the
Notes; and (c) to give an appropriate certificate on behalf of the Board, for inclusion in the transcript of proceedings, setting
forth the facts, estimates and circumstances, and reasonable expectations of the Board pertaining to Section 148 and the
Regulations, and the representations, warranties and covenants of the Board regarding compliance by the Board with
Sections 141 through 150 of the Code and the Regulations.

         The Treasurer shall keep and maintain adequate records pertaining to investment of all proceeds of the Notes
sufficient to permit, to the maximum extent possible and presently foreseeable, the School District to comply with any
federal law or regulation now or hereafter having applicability to the Notes which limits the amount of bond proceeds which
may be invested on an unrestricted yield or requires the School District to rebate arbitrage profits to the United States
Department of the Treasury. The Treasurer is hereby authorized and directed to file such reports with, and rebate arbitrage
profits to, the United States Department of the Treasury, to the extent that any federal law or regulation having applicability
to the Notes requires any such reports or rebates.

         Section 9.        The officer having charge of the minutes of the Board and any other officers of the Board, or any
of them individually, are hereby authorized and directed to prepare and certify a true transcript of proceedings pertaining
to the Notes and to furnish a copy of such transcript to the Treasurer. Such transcript shall include certified copies of all
proceedings and records of the Board relating to the power and authority of the School District to issue the Notes and
certificates as to matters within their knowledge or as shown by the books and records under their custody and control,
including but not limited to a general certificate of the Treasurer and a no-litigation certificate of the President of the
Board and the Treasurer, and such certified copies and certificates shall be deemed representations of the School District
as to the facts stated therein.

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        Section 10.      It is hereby found and determined that all acts, conditions and things necessary to be done
precedent to and in the issuing of the Notes in order to make them legal, valid and binding obligations of the Board have
happened, been done and been performed in regular and due form as required by law; that the faith, credit and revenue of
the Board are hereby irrevocably pledged for the prompt payment of the principal and interest thereof at maturity; and that
no limitation of indebtedness or taxation, either statutory or constitutional, has been exceeded in issuing the Notes.

         Section 11.     It is hereby found and determined that all formal actions of the Board concerning and relating to
the passage of this resolution were taken in an open meeting of the Board, and that all deliberations of the Board and of
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.

        Section 12.    The Treasurer is hereby directed to forward a certified copy of this resolution to the County
Auditor of Licking County, Ohio.

         Mr. Beckerley ________________ seconded the motion and, after discussion, a roll call vote was taken and the
results were:

        Ayes: Ms. Deeds, Mr. Beckerley, Mrs. Jardell, Mr. Kralovec, Dr. Berdan II

        Nays: None

04.09.10 Bids for Asphalt

Moved by Mrs. Jardell, seconded by Ms. Deeds for approval to request bids for the proposed work
that includes approximately 1200 CY of asphalt concrete overlay and 1000 SY of pavement repair at
various parking lots located in the Granville School District. The estimated cost for this project is
$210,000.00. The Paving Company must be willing to provide a certified check drawn to the order of
the Granville Exempted Village School District, or a bid bond with a surety acceptable to the District,
in the amount of 10% of the bid price. All bonds shall be issued by companies such as will be
acceptable to the District, and which are authorized to transact business in Ohio. Surety companies
must have a Certificate of Authority as an acceptable reinsuring company in accordance with the
latest Treasurer’s Department Bulletin published by the Fiscal Service Company of Surety Bonds.
Sealed bids are to be submitted by May 8, 10:00 AM and the bids will be opened and read at a public
meeting at that time.

On vote: Mr. Anthony Beckerley, aye; Ms. Amy Deeds, aye; Mr. John Kralovec, aye; Mrs. Nicole
Jardell, aye; and Dr. Clarke Berdan II, aye. Motion carried.

Public Comments

Committee Reports

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Board Discussion

04.09.11 Executive Session

Moved by Ms. Deeds, seconded by Mr. Beckerley to enter into Executive Session at 8:55 p.m. to
discuss the appointment, employment, dismissal, evaluation, discipline, promotion, demotion, or
compensation of public employees or regulated individuals, or the investigation of charges or
complaints against a public employee or regulated individual unless such person requests a public
hearing and to prepare for negotiations or bargaining sessions with public employees concerning
their compensation or other terms and conditions of their employment and/or to consider matters
required to be kept confidential by federal law or regulations or state statutes.

On vote: Mr. Anthony Beckerley, aye; Ms. Amy Deeds, aye; Mr. John Kralovec, aye; Mrs. Nicole
Jardell, aye; and Dr. Clarke Berdan II, aye. Motion carried.

The Board President declared the meeting back to open session at 10:42 p.m.

04.09.12 Adjournment

Moved by Ms. Deeds, seconded by Mrs. Jardell to adjourn the meeting at 10:43 p.m. On vote: Mr.
Beckerley, aye; Ms. Deeds, aye; Mr. Kralovec, aye; Mrs. Jardell, aye; Dr. Berdan II, aye. Meeting
adjourned.


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                                                                 Dr. Clarke Berdan II, President




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                                                                 Peg Betts, Treasurer




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