Pikeville High School
November 11, 2019 4:30 PM
School Based Decision Making Council Meeting
I. Call to Order
II. Public Comment
III. Action/Consent Items
Actions Taken

Motion Passed:  Motion to approve all action/consent items as presented passed with a motion by Mr. Lyle Blackburn and a second by Mrs. Rebecca King and the consensus of the council.

III.a. Approval of Agenda
III.b. Approval of Minutes
III.c. Approve Fundraising Requests
IV. Action/Discussion Items
IV.a. 1st Reading of Writing Plan

Discuss the Review of the Writing Plan.


Mrs. King reported that the only changes to be made to last year's writing plan are specific dates to align with this year's calendar. However, next year will require a more in-depth review due to new standards forthcoming. 

IV.b. 1st Reading of Dance & Court Policy

Several suggestions were made to revise current policy while implementing a new Dance & Court Policy that will minimize the number of policies relating to similar topics. The Gender Equity Committee's suggestions were taken into consideration while discussing the policies. 

V. Information/Review Items
V.a. Budget Report
V.b. Panther Report

Mr. Booher presented several happenings recently at PHS. The Class of 2019 set a new record for the highest ACT average for the last time each student took the test with a 22.9 Composite average. ACT pre-test scores indicate good progress for the Class of 2021 as they approach the Junior ACT date. The Academic team got off to a good start, placing 1st at Martin County in Varsity and JV. Ms. Laura Cooley's KYA trip was a successful experience for students with the group receiving great feedback at the event. 49 new security cameras have been installed at PHS to increase security and clarity. As a reward for great ACT/K-Prep scores, students and staff will be treated to lunch at Texas Roadhouse/Peking. The Boys Cross Country team, under the leadership of Adam Collins, finished as the Class A State Runner-Up which is the highest finish ever for a Pikeville High Cross Country team. Harrison Booher and Drew Hurley made the podium at State by placing 11th and 14th respectively. Harrison Booher was named the KHSAA Cross Country Student Athlete of the Year. The Panther Football team finished the regular season undefeated at 10-0 and ranked #1 in the AP Poll. PHS Volleyball player Kaylee Wells was named 2nd Team All-State after an impressive season. 7th Grader Cameron Roberts was named the Region Player of the Year in Boys Golf. And the Girls Junior High Basketball team won the Pike County Championship for the first time since 1989. 

VI. Closed Session

Enter Closed Session pursuant to KRS 61.810 (1) (f)


No business to discuss in closed session.

VII. Return To Regular Session
VIII. Adjournment
Actions Taken

Motion Passed:  Approval to adjourn the meeting passed with a motion by Mr. Lyle Blackburn and a second by Mrs. Rebecca King and the consensus of the council.