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									JULY 20, 2010                       A closer look at decisions made by the Angleton ISD Board of Trustees

  PERSONNEL
  New Hires
  The Board approved the hiring of Nina Alborzi, Tracy Beasley, Roberto Espinosa, Patricia Hinton,
  Kevin Mitchell Hippensteal, Jennifer Istre, Willard Johnson, Kathren May, Tonia Nelson, Benjamin
  Pomales, Alice Perales, Katy Scarborough, Jayme Stubbs, Laura Villarreal and Christina Widner as
  teachers for the 2010-2011 school year at the 2010-2011 AISD Salary Schedule.

  The Board approved the hiring of Mary Davila Griffith and Denese Bienek as assistant principals.

  Christopher Kocurek was named Principal of Rancho Isabella Elementary School.



  BUSINESS
  Construction Related Issues
  Project Status Report—
  Roy Montalbano and Manny Torres of PBK and Durotech representatives provided the Board with an
  update of ongoing bond construction projects.

  Furniture/supplies
  Piano
  The Board approved the purchase of a Steinway B Piano for Angleton High School.

  Science supplies
  The Board approved the request for science equipment for Angleton High School. The request
  includes materials, supplies and chemicals needed to accommodate four new science centers, equip
  science prep rooms with required chemical storage cabinets, satisfy new science TEKS requirements
  in regards to mandatory lab-based projects.

  Revised 2010-2011 School Calendar
  The Board approved the revised 2010-2011 school calendar. Fair week will be held the third week of
  October. The October 15 in-service day was moved to October 22 to fall within fair week.

  Selection of delegate and alternate to the Texas Association of School Boards Delegate Assembly
  Regina Bieri was nominated as delegate and Dana Tolbert was nominated as alternate to represent
  Angleton ISD on the Texas Association of School Boards Delegate Assembly.

  Memorandum of Understanding between Child Development Council (Head Start Program) and
  Angleton Independent School District
  The Board approved the memorandum of understanding between the Child Development Council
  (Head Start Program) and Angleton Independent School District. The program serves 4-year olds in
  designated Angleton ISD classrooms on the Central Elementary Campus identified as Head Start
  Children in both morning and afternoon sessions.
JULY 20, 2010                        A closer look at decisions made by the Angleton ISD Board of Trustees

  BUSINESS (Cont’d)
  Consider entering engagement for legal services with Thompson & Horton LLP
  The Board approved the engagement for legal services with Thompson & Horton LLP and authorized
  Dr. Patricia Montgomery to sign the engagement letter.

  Worker’s Compensation Renewal
  The Board approved the worker’s compensation renewal for the 2010-2011 school year with the
  Texas Association of School Boards Risk Management Fund.

  Authorized AISD Representative Amendment Forms
  The Board approved the signature updates on financial accounts to reflect the names and signatures
  of current employees, the future Director of Finance and board members.

  District Server Equipment
  The Board authorized the purchase of server equipment from PCPC Direct of Houston. The purchase
  will enable the district to retire several existing/older servers, as well as, provide room to grow and
  the ability to add/create new servers as needed.


  REPORTS
  District Effectiveness Reports
  Child Nutrition Department
  Amy Barta, Director of Child Nutrition, provided the board with a brief summary of the Child
  Nutrition Department. The department provides a variety of nutritious and appetizing meals served
  at breakfast, lunch and for after school snacks to students and staff in the district offering multiple
  entrée choices with a variety of fruits, vegetables, whole grains and low fat/skim milk.


  Public Information
  Hanna Chalmers, Public Information Officer, provided the board with a brief summary of the
  responsibilities of the Public Information Office. The Public Information Office provides support for
  the Board of Trustees, Administration and faculty/staff through two-way communications with our
  external and internal publics. Activities fall into five main areas: Media, Program Support,
  Community Relations, Publishing and Electronic Media and Special Events.

  Quarterly Investment Report
  John Davis, Interim Director of Finance, provided the board with the quarterly investment report for
  the quarter ending May 31, 2010.
JULY 20, 2010                      A closer look at decisions made by the Angleton ISD Board of Trustees

  INSTRUCTION
  Student Code of Conduct
  The Board approved the Student Code of Conduct for the 2010-2011 school year.

  Student handbooks
  Student handbooks for all campuses were presented to the board for review.


  GENERAL BUSINESS/CONSENT AGENDA
  The following General Business/Consent Agenda items were approved:
             Minutes of regular meeting held on June 15, 2010
             Expenditures for June, 2010
             Acceptance of gifts
                   Rancho PTO—$550.00 for student travel
                   AMS Student Council—$1,350.00 for field trip transportation
                   AHS Student Council—$36.00 for custodial fees
                   Southside Activity Account—$478.92 for Millionaire Club
                   AHS Cheerleaders—$488.00 for charter bus for camp
                   AHS FFA—$77.00 for custodial fees
                   AHS ID Account—$1,710.00 for student council leadership
                   AIS Library Activity—$2,290.00 for field trip
                   AIS Student Activity—$200.00 for perfect attendance awards
                   AIS Student Activity—$500.00 for Olympics

								
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