Greenview Community Unit School District 200 Board met March 22
Greenview Community Unit School District 200 Board met March 22.
Here is the minutes as provided by the board:
The regular meeting of the Board of Education of Greenview Community Unit School District No. 200 of Menard and Logan Counties, Illinois, was held Thursday, March 22, 2018 at 6:30p.m. In the Greenview District Meeting Room, within the boundaries of the District. Roll call was held with the following members present: James Booth, Norman Hofmann, and Tim Schultz. Phil Watson, Aaron Burlison, Lenny Monroe and Rex Arkebauer.
Administrators present: Tim Turner and Ryan Heavner
Visitors present: DeShea Swaar, Julie Morris, Jolynn Kolves, Bonita Ellis and Bryson Tisdale.
The meeting opened with the Pledge of Allegiance.
Julie Morris presented the agenda for the Senior Trip, and provided a flier on the play, Murder Mystery at the Murder Mystery to be presented by the students on April 13, 2018
Mrs. Morris was nominated by a student to The One in a Billion Champaign. From this nomination she won $500 for her classroom.
Bonita Ellis was presented with a Thank You card and a watch for her over 20 years of service as Greenview CUSD #200 Treasurer. She has been an asset to the district and a loyal employee.
The Consent Agenda consisting of the minutes of the, February 15, 2018 regular meeting, February Imprest Fund, Treasurer’s Report, Investment Reports, Student Activity, and March bills were presented. Watson moved to accept the consent agenda. Booth seconded the motion and it carried unanimously by roll call vote.
Booth made a motion to enter in Closed Session under 5ILCS 120/2c concerning 1) Personnel Matters The appointment, employment, compensation, discipline, performance or dismissal of specific employees; and 10) Matters related to individual students. Schultz seconded the motion which carried unanimously by voice vote.
The Board entered into closed session at 6:43 pm.
The Board returned from closed session at 8:03 pm. Hofmann made a motion to approve the minutes of Closed Session. Monroe seconded the motion and it carried unanimously by voice vote.
Superintendent Heavner provided the following updates:
Building and Grounds:
There have been a few small leaks around the building that are being
addressed. The roof appears to be doing well.
The track has been worked on and is in good condition. Thanks to Mike
Hoerbert and Rick Ishmael.
The WYSE team has done well. Preston Green is advancing to the State
Finals at the University of Illinois, in Computer Science.
The FFA has had their pancake breakfast, traveled to Champaign to tour
the veterinary science program, and competed in the meats contest.
Mag Monroe made all conference scholastic bowl. The team also finished
fourth in the Masonic Tournament.
The district will be hosting the IHSA 1A volleyball Regional in the fall.
There is a High School Basketball Christmas Tournament being planned
with Matt Broch, of Wells Fargo as the major sponsor.
The budget appears to be on track. Two items that were not planned for
this year were the high school boiler and the amount of substitutes that
would be needed this year.
The district received one transportation reimbursement this year to date.
There has been no funds vouchered for special education yet General State
Aid or Evidence based Funding has processed funds for payments. The
district may not receive another Transportation payment this year.
#1 March 9, 2018 a lockdown drill with law enforcement and EMS was held. AAR was very useful in revisions for next year’s Iteration of the Crisis Plan.
#2 I have been working with Chief John Holt on several facets of our Crisis Plan and his expertise was greatly appreciated.
#3 I will be forming a committee to review the student handbook and the staff protocol guide.
#4 I will be meeting with Superintendent Ryan Heavner on the upcoming summer projects.
#5 The Parent Teacher Conferences are on March 15 and 16, 2018.
#6 The Art Club field trip to Chicago will be on March 23, 2018.
#7 The STEM Club will be going to the Science Lab in Edwardsville on April 6, 2018.
#8 The Spring Meeting of the Tomahawk Conference will be coming up in the future.
#9 The students and staff are working hard in preparation of the upcoming school play.
#10 Mr. Reed has done an outstanding job in the planning and execution of the PARCC testing.
#1 District staff will be meeting to review suggested policy changes to the policy and student handbook. There are suggestions that have been made by the School Board Association. One item to be addressed is the cell phone policy.
#2 Projects set for the summer are:
Windows replaced in the Home Ec. Room.
Digging the playground area up to a depth of 6 inches and adding mulch.
Repair bricks and paint wall caps on the outside of the building.
Work to be done with Kevin Handy in regards to an entrance policy and options for access control.
Purchase of a utility cart to be used for yard work.
Hiring two student workers for the summer.
#3 There are two major projects to be considered. The first being the JR/Sr. High boiler replacement and the second being the portable building. Information is being gathered on these items.
#4 A discussions was held on the details of the Senior Class trip.
#5 The school calendar for FY2018-2019 has been completed
#6 This will be the final year for SAPCO, there will be no membership dues this year.
#7 Renewal of the annual district membership in IHSA.
#8 The District is looking for a person to fill the position of School Nurse. This person will work from August to June for a rate of $25.00 an hour
#9 Steve Wallace has resigned as lawn care worker. The position will be posted
#10 Cynthia Clemmens has applied for the dishwasher position.
#11 The Health/PE position is still open.
Watson made a motion to approve the 2018 Senior Trip to St. Louis. Booth seconded the motion and it carried unanimously by voice vote.
Hofmann made a motion to approve the 2018-2019 school calendar Schultz seconded the motion and it carried unanimously by voice vote.
Burlison made a motion to approve the SAPCO membership for one year at no cost to the district. Watson seconded the motion and it carried unanimously by voice vote.
Booth made a motion to approve the IHSA membership. Schultz seconded the motion and it carried unanimously by voice vote.
Watson made a motion to rehire the certified staff as presented. Hofmann seconded the motion and it carried unanimously by roll call vote.
Schultz made a motion to accept the resignation of Steve Wallace as outdoor worker. Burleson seconded the motion and it carried unanimously by voice vote.
Watson made a motion to hire Cindy Clemmens as dishwasher for the district to work three hours day at a rate $8.50 an hour. Monroe seconded the motion and it carried unanimously.
Monroe moved to adjourn at 8:26 p.m. Booth seconded the motion and it carried unanimously by voice vote.