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Breathitt County Board of Education Regular Advisory Board Meeting
September 24, 2019 5:00 PM
Highland Turner Elementary School

Video Teleconference 

Graduates Prepared For College, Career, and Community

               

Breathitt County Schools will accomplish this vision by:

1.  Putting students FIRST in ALL decision making,

2.  Setting high expectations for student achievement,

3.  Advocating for every child,

4.  Promoting growth for students and staff,

5.  Actively engaging community stakeholders, and

6.  Promoting positive school/community culture.


I. Call to Order.
A. Roll Call
B. Pledge of Allegiance/Mission and Vision
C. Review of Commissioner's ApprovalsMike Murphy
D. Adopt Agenda
II. Presentations/Reports
A. Student Recognitions
1. Academic Showcase
a. Art Winners
1. Brooklynn Davis-Grade 1 (Sebastian)
2. Jacey Shepherd-Grade 2 (Sebastian)
3. Jared Hurt-Grade 3 (MRC)
4. Billie Helton-Grade 4 (HTS)
5. Alexis Pelfrey-Grade 5 (Sebastian)
6. Paige Amis-Grade 6 (HTS)
2. Mathematics Challenge Winners
a. Anna Watts-Grade 3 (Sebastian)
b. Jaxton Hall-Grade 4 (HTS)
c. Kylan Combs-Grade 5 (MRC)
d. Wyatt Spencer-Grade 6 (Sebastian)
e. Katelyn Terry -Grade 8 (BHS)
f. Courtney Bowling- Grade 11 (BHS)
3. Spelling Bee Winners
a. Ashton Segraves-3rd Grade (HTS)
b. Brystal Allen-4th Grade-(MRC)
c. Hunter Barrett-5th Grade (Sebastian)
d. Madison Strong-7th Grade(BHS)
e. Mariah Kjellesvig-10th Grade (BHS)
f. Hayley Oaks-11th Grade (BHS)
4. Writing Winners
a. Katelyn Terry-8th Grade(BHS)
5. Art-Runner-up
a. Willow Howard-Grade 1(Sebastian)
b. Ibby Perkins-Grade 2(MRC)
c. Addyson Hall-Grade 6 (Sebastian)
6. Mathematics Challenge Runner-Up
a. Ava Neace- 3rd Grade (Sebastian)
b. Sophia Jiang-5th Grade (Sebastian)
c. Addie Salyers-6th Grade (HTS)
d. Erin Thorpe-7th Grade (BHS)
e. Ben Wooton-8th Grade (BHS)
f. Tim Dousay-9th Grade (BHS)
g. Breana Lovins-11th Grade (BHS)
7. Spelling Bee Runner-up
a. KoKo Kincaid-3rd Grade (MRC)
b. Natilee Turner-5th Grade (HTS)
c. Audrynn Hamilton-6th Grade (Sebastian)
d. Carly Taulbee-7th Grade (BHS)
e. Ben Wooton-8th Grade(BHS)
f. Mason Rogers-9th Grade (BHS)
B. Staff Recognitions
C. Reports
1. Superintendent ReportPhillip Watts
2. Attendance ReportSusan Watts
3. Energy ReportHarshaw Trane
III. Student Learning and Support Items Recommended for Approval
A. CONSENT ITEMS
1. Approval of Use Property Requests
a. Consider approval of MRC PTO using the gymnasium and classrooms for Fall Festival on Oct 3rd and 4th.
b. Consider approval Anchor Ridge using Breathitt High School or LBJ for Kentucky Mountain Christmas(Community giveaway event) in December 2019.
c. Consider approval of Jackson Women's Club Downtown Christmas using the Breathitt High School parking lot on 12/07/2019.
2. Consider approval of Kentucky New Skills for Youth Sustainability MOA.
3. Consider approval of the KVEC Membership Agreement for the 2019-2020 school year.
4. Consider approval of MOA between HCTC and Breathittt County Schools for the Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education Program (IECE) for 2019-2020 school year.
5. Consider approval of MOA with Berea College for Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Program (GEAR-UP) for 2019-2020 school year.
6. Consider approval of the following fundraiser request.
a. MRC PTO Fall Festival and Haunted House contingent on not interfering with instructional time.
b. MRC Fundraiser T-Shirt sales.
c. Sebastian Elementary PTO to sell Team Colton/Bobcat T-shirts.
d. Sebastian Elementary PTO Back to School Dance on 09/27/2019 at LBJ/Sebastian.
e. Sebastian Elementary PTO Haunted House at LBJ October 25, 2019-October 31, 2019.
f. Sebastian Elementary PTO Fall Festival 10-3-2019 contingent on not interrupting instruction time.
g. Sebastian Elementary Subway Discount Cards.
B. DISCUSSION ITEMS
1. Consider approval of minutes of August 27, 2019 regular meetings.
2. Consider approval of September 2019 bills for payment.
3. Consider approval of the August Treasurer's Report.
4. Consider approval of the 2019-2020 working budget.
5. Consider approval of the District Assurances for the 2019-2020 school year.
6. Consider approval of second and final reading of KSBA 02.4331 policy school staffing and allocations.
7. Consider approval to purchase the Leveled Literacy Intervention materials and professional development for grades K-2 utilizing the $41,000 Steele Reese grant award.
8. Consider approval of the district submission of an Early Care and Education Provider Quality Improvement Grant application for up to $45,000 and the Early Care and Education Provider Quality Improvement Alumni Grant for up to $15,000.
9. Consider approval of the Work Ethic Seal and Criteria for attainment.
10. Consider approval for shortened school day for student ID#1951462074.
11. Consider approval of the 2019-2020 Energy Plan.
12. Consider approval for emergency certification for employee # 4689.
13. Consider approval of 2019-2020 email Redbook support agreement for activity fund, district activity fund and external account/booster club questions or guidance with Ron Flannery.
14. Consider approval of submitting an application for e-rate funding and developing an RFP for high speed data connection lines (lit fiber) to schools.
15. Consider approval of Board Members attending the KSBA Winter Conference on November 22-23, 2019.
16. Consider approval of the updated Organizational Chart.
IV. Personnel Notifications
V. Informational Items
A. Communication/Sharing (All Present)
B. School Financial Reports
1. School SBDM Reports
C. Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program
D. Sebastian Elementary School Renovation Schedule Summary
VI. State Management Report and Recommendation
VII. Adjournment

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