Lincoln County
December 14, 2017 5:30 PM
Regular Meeting
1. Welcome
2. Call To Order
3. Set the Meeting Agenda
Actions Taken

Order #83. - Motion Passed:  Setting the meeting agenda passed with a motion by Ms. Yolanda Smith and a second by Mr. Marvin Wilson.

Member Votes
Mr. Tom Blankenship Yes
Mr. Alan Hubble Yes
Ms. Theresa Long Yes
Ms. Yolanda Smith Yes
Mr. Marvin Wilson Yes
4. Public Comment
5. Superintendent and Staff Reports
5.a. Monthly Personnel Action Report
5.b. Report on Superintendent's Non-Contract and Out-of-District Days
5.c. Monthly SBDM Meeting Agendas and Minutes from Schools
5.d. Monthly Attendance Percentages
5.e. Early Childhood Communication: December Newsletter, November Policy Council Minutes, and October Program Information Report.
Rationale


5.f. Monthly Financial Statements, Accounts Payable, Payroll and School Activity Funds
6. Consent Agenda
Actions Taken

Order #84. - Motion Passed:  Approval of the consent agenda items passed with a motion by Mr. Marvin Wilson and a second by Ms. Yolanda Smith.

Member Votes
Mr. Tom Blankenship Yes
Mr. Alan Hubble Yes
Ms. Theresa Long Yes
Ms. Yolanda Smith Yes
Mr. Marvin Wilson Yes
6.a. Approve minutes of the November 9, 2017 Regular Meeting and the November 9, 2017 Executive Session
6.b. Approve purchases over $20,000
Rationale

  • U.S. Bank 2010 Bond Series (Refunding 2001 LCHS Vo-Tech)    $43,612.50
  • U.S. Bank 2012 Bond Series (Refunding 2005 6th Grade Ctr.)    $60,520.05

 

6.c. Approve the Superintendent's Travel
6.d. Approve Facility Requests
Rationale

  • First Priority Club to use the LCHS Auditorium & Library on Jan. 14, 2018 for Abstinence Program - proof of insurance pending 

6.e. Field Trip Request
Rationale

  • Student Trip for Elem.  Gifted & Talented Students to the Thomas D. Clark History Center in Frankfort on March 21, 2018
  • Student Trip for Elem.Gifted & Talented Students to WKYT in Lexington on January 18, 2018
  • Student Trip for Elem.  Gifted & Talented Students to the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington on Feb 16, 2018
  • Overnight Student Trip for LCHS Beta Club Students to attend the Beta Club State Convention at the Lexington Center on January 28 & 29, 2018.

6.f. Accept Donations
Rationale

  • Donation of $100 from Critchfield & Critchfield, CPAs for Hustonville Archery
  • Donation of $3,500 from Promax Inc., for Hustonville Staff and Student Christmas or any other items approved by the principal
  • Donations for Waynesburg Elem Archery and School (as listed)

6.g. Approve Fundraising Activities
Rationale

  • Sale of Roby's Country Gardens produce to benefit LCHS FFA students
  • Sale of various baskets of goods and items donated by parents to benefit LCHS Band students
  • Sale of handmade string bracelets (constructed by students) to benefit LCHS FCCLA students

6.h. Permission to Apply For and Implement Grants
Rationale

  • Lincoln County Middle to apply for and implement a Kentucky University Partnership for Environmental Education sub-grant
  • Exceptional Child Services to apply for and implement a WHAS Crusade for Children Grant
  • Highland Elem., to accept $1600.00 in grants funds from Feed the Mind Kentucky Partners grant

7. Discussion Items
7.a. Updates From the Academic Division
7.b. District Cell Phones
7.c. District Vehicle Usage Report
Rationale

Below is list of employees with permission to drive a district owned vehicle to their home. 

  • Darren Yaden—Chief Operations Officer—facility, technology, bus, food service emergencies
  • Donnie Leigh—Director of Transportation—bus/safety emergencies
  • Larry Carrier—bus garage manager—bus emergencies 
  • Randy Yocum—mechanic—bus emergencies
  • Greg Messer—mechanic—bus emergencies 
  • Eric East—mechanic—bus emergencies
  • Tracy Elliot--mechanic—bus emergencies

All of these employees are “on call” 24-7 for any emergency that may arise.

Vehicles are used for school business only. 

7.d. Employee Attendance Incentatives
7.e. Board Goals
8. Action Items
8.a. Approve New Substitute Pay Schedule For Custodians, Food Service & Instructional Assistants (Classified)
Rationale

The recommended changes are as follows:

Custodian – from $7.25/hr to $10.16/hr

Food Service – from $7.25/hr to $9.88/hr

Instructional Assistants – from $7.25/hr to $9.66/hr

The newly approved salary schedule for the above referenced substitute positions will take effect January 1, 2018.

Actions Taken

Order #85. - Motion Passed:  Approve New Substitute Pay Schedule For Custodians, Food Service & Instructional Assistants (Classified) passed with a motion by Ms. Theresa Long and a second by Mr. Marvin Wilson.

Member Votes
Mr. Tom Blankenship Yes
Mr. Alan Hubble Yes
Ms. Theresa Long Yes
Ms. Yolanda Smith Yes
Mr. Marvin Wilson Yes
8.b. Abolish the Position of Director of Teaching & Learning (effective January 1, 2018)
Rationale

The position was originally created during a Special Called Board Meeting on August 21, 2014.

Below is an expert of the board minutes:

Board Order No. 78 Rescind Chief Deputy Positions and Create Seven Director Positions

Upon a motion by Tim Jackson and seconded by Theresa Long, the Board voted to rescind the Chief Deputy positions and create full-time positions for addressing the Instructional Core and support systems:  the Director of Student Information Systems/School Nutrition; the Director of Technology/Facilities; the Director of School Finance; the Director of Transportation/School Safety; the Director of Student Services; the Director of Human Resources; and the Director of Teaching and Learning.

Mr. Kelley, Mr. Jackson, Mr. Blankenship, Ms. Long and Mr. Hogue voted yes.

Actions Taken

Order #86. - Motion Passed:  Abolish the Position of Director of Teaching & Learning, Director of Student Services, Buildings & Grounds Coordinator, Director of Technology/Facilities/Buildings , and Grounds, Director of Student Information Systems/School Nutrition (effective January 1, 2018) passed with a motion by Ms. Theresa Long and a second by Ms. Yolanda Smith.

Member Votes
Mr. Tom Blankenship Yes
Mr. Alan Hubble Yes
Ms. Theresa Long Yes
Ms. Yolanda Smith Yes
Mr. Marvin Wilson Yes
8.c. Approve an Underage Kindergarten Enrollment
Actions Taken

Order #87. - Motion Passed:  Approve an Underage Kindergarten Enrollment passed with a motion by Mr. Marvin Wilson and a second by Ms. Theresa Long.

Member Votes
Mr. Tom Blankenship Yes
Mr. Alan Hubble Yes
Ms. Theresa Long Yes
Ms. Yolanda Smith Yes
Mr. Marvin Wilson Yes
8.d. Approve the 2018-19 Nonresident Student Contracts
Actions Taken

Order #88. - Motion Passed:  Approve the 2018-19 Nonresident Student Contracts passed with a motion by Ms. Theresa Long and a second by Ms. Yolanda Smith.

Member Votes
Mr. Tom Blankenship Yes
Mr. Alan Hubble Yes
Ms. Theresa Long Yes
Ms. Yolanda Smith Yes
Mr. Marvin Wilson Yes
8.e. Approve the 2018-2019 School Calendar
Actions Taken

Order #89. - Motion Passed:  Approve the 2018-2019 School Calendar passed with a motion by Mr. Marvin Wilson and a second by Ms. Theresa Long.

Member Votes
Mr. Tom Blankenship Yes
Mr. Alan Hubble Yes
Ms. Theresa Long Yes
Ms. Yolanda Smith Yes
Mr. Marvin Wilson Yes
9. Addendum Items
9.a. Approve Medical Leave for LCHS Certified Staff Beginning Dec. 5, 2017 Until Feb. 1, 2018
Actions Taken

Order #90. - Motion Passed:  Approve Medical Leave for LCHS Certified Staff Beginning Dec. 5, 2017 Until Feb. 1, 2018 passed with a motion by Ms. Theresa Long and a second by Ms. Yolanda Smith.

Member Votes
Mr. Tom Blankenship Yes
Mr. Alan Hubble Yes
Ms. Theresa Long Yes
Ms. Yolanda Smith Yes
Mr. Marvin Wilson Yes
9.b. Approve Flexing the Instructional Resource Funds to Operation Expenses
Actions Taken

Order #91. - Motion Passed:  Approve Flexing the Instructional Resource Funds to Operation Expenses passed with a motion by Ms. Theresa Long and a second by Ms. Yolanda Smith.

Member Votes
Mr. Tom Blankenship Yes
Mr. Alan Hubble Yes
Ms. Theresa Long Yes
Ms. Yolanda Smith Yes
Mr. Marvin Wilson Yes
10. Adjourn