Dayton Independent
August 26, 2020 6:00 PM
Dayton Independent Board of Education
1. Call to Order
Rosann Sharon
2. Pledge of Allegiance/Mission Statement
3. Roll Call
4. Recognition
4.A. Graduation of Destiny Clark
5. Approval or Rejection of the Consent Agenda
Actions Taken

Motion Passed:  Approval of the Consent Agenda as presented passed with a motion by Mr. Bernie Pfeffer and a second by Mrs. Lori Peterson.

Member Votes
Mrs. Carrie Downard Yes
Mrs. Diane Huff Yes
Mrs. Lori Peterson Yes
Mr. Bernie Pfeffer Yes
Mrs. Rosann Sharon Yes
5.A. Prior Meeting Minutes
Attachments
5.B. Authorization for Payment of All School Board Employees as Scheduled and When Due
5.C. Monthly Financial Report of the District
Attachments
5.D. Payment of All Bills as Listed on Orders of the Treasurer
Attachments
5.E. Credit Cards/Travel Expenses/Time Sheets
Attachments
5.F. Monthly Financial Reports for DHS and LES
Attachments
5.G. Personnel Notifications of the Superintendent
Attachments
5.H. Approval of 20-21 Employee Handbook
Attachments
5.I. Approval of FY20 Unaudited Annual Financial Report
Attachments
5.J. Approval of Pediatric Therapy Specialists and Dayton Independent Schools Service Contract for 2020-2021
Attachments
5.K. Approval of Service Contract with Procare Psychologist Services for 2020-2021
Attachments
5.L. Approval of Service Contract between Dayton Independent Schools and Movin' Om for the 2020-2021 School Year
Attachments
6. Reports
6.A. DHS Principal's Report
Scott Meyers
Attachments
Discussion

Scott Meyers reported:



  • Orientation/Device pick-up is happening this week.  The turnout has been great and so good to see the kids back in the school building.

  • There are 37 juniors and seniors taking dual credit classes at Gateway, which started on August 17th.

  • Students attending the CCATC will begin classes virtually on August 31st.

  • Jesse Herbst and Georgia Harris have been delivering welcome signs to all incoming 7th graders.

6.B. LES Principal's Report
Attachments
Discussion

Heather Dragan reported:



  • Orientation meetings are taking place this week where all students are receiving their electronic devices.  Attendance has been great and the feedback from parents has been very positive.

  • Great feedback from teachers as well.  They have been working hard on their Google classrooms and showing students how to navigate it.

  • The new math curriculum is up and running with teachers having had their initial training.  Rave reviews so far.

6.C. District Monthly Activities
Rick Wolf
Attachments
Discussion

Rick Wolf reported:



  • LES and DHS just completed their three teacher work days and three PD days.  The focus of these days was to plan for the 2020-2021 school year.  LES teachers participated in a webinar on Envision Math 2020 and Wonders Reading.  DHS teachers spent time planning instruction and meeting in PLC's.

  • ACT makeup test for any junior who missed the State testing day is October 6.

  • MAP, CASE, and CERT will need to be administered during virtual learning and we are working with these folks to make that happen.

6.D. Attendance/Energy Management/Student Services/Transportation
Ron Kinmon
Attachments
Discussion

Ron Kinmon reported:



  • Custodians have done a great job over the past several months cleaning and preparing the building to bring students back.

  • This year KDE will be tracking participation instead of attendance.  Data will be pulled from Infinite Campus 4 times during the school year.

  • We will be using attendance data from 2019-2020 to determine amount of  SEEK money our district receives for 2020-2021.

6.E. Special Education/Early Childhood/Day Care
Nicole Ponting
Rationale

No daycare report this month

Attachments
Discussion

Nicole Ponting reported:



  • Very appreciative of all of the work Ron Kinmon has done to the daycare building to get it up and running with all of the COVID restrictions.

  • Early childhood screenings are talking place and finding that some parents are opting to keep their children home amid COVID.

  • Preschool will begin September 8th.  All preschoolers will be given IPADs for virtual learning.

  • Brigance testing is being waived by KDE for this school year.

  • Dayton Schools Medicaid application has been approved.

6.F. Food Service
Attachments
Discussion

Jay Brewer Reported:

  • Food Service continues to reinvent itself with the way that meals are getting to our families
  • The National Guard helped with meal delivery
  • The balance at the end of July was $121,000.00

7. Action Items
7.A. PII Data Review
Attachments
Actions Taken

Motion Passed:   passed with a motion by Mr. Bernie Pfeffer and a second by Mrs. Diane Huff.

Member Votes
Mrs. Carrie Downard Yes
Mrs. Diane Huff Yes
Mrs. Lori Peterson Yes
Mr. Bernie Pfeffer Yes
Mrs. Rosann Sharon Yes
7.B. Approval of resolution authorizing COVID-19 related emergency leave
Attachments
Actions Taken

Motion Passed:  Approval of resolution authorizing COVID-19 related emergency leave passed with a motion by Mr. Bernie Pfeffer and a second by Mrs. Carrie Downard.

Member Votes
Mrs. Carrie Downard Yes
Mrs. Diane Huff Yes
Mrs. Lori Peterson Yes
Mr. Bernie Pfeffer Yes
Mrs. Rosann Sharon Yes
7.C. Motion making agenda and attachments part of the official board meeting records.
Actions Taken

Motion Passed:   passed with a motion by Mr. Bernie Pfeffer and a second by Mrs. Diane Huff.

Member Votes
Mrs. Carrie Downard Yes
Mrs. Diane Huff Yes
Mrs. Lori Peterson Yes
Mr. Bernie Pfeffer Yes
Mrs. Rosann Sharon Yes
8. Communications
9. New Business
10. Unfinished Business
11. Informational Items
11.A. SBDMC - DHS and LES
Attachments
12. Hearing of Citizens and Delegations
13. Adjournment
Rosann Sharon
Actions Taken

Motion Passed:  Approval to adjourn the meeting passed with a motion by Mr. Bernie Pfeffer and a second by Mrs. Lori Peterson.

Member Votes
Mrs. Carrie Downard Yes
Mrs. Diane Huff Yes
Mrs. Lori Peterson Yes
Mr. Bernie Pfeffer Yes
Mrs. Rosann Sharon Yes