Greenup County
October 25, 2021 5:30 PM
Monthly Board Meeting
I. Roll Call
II. Point of Order - Girls Golf Team
III. District Update - Strategic Plan Update
IV. Delegations
V. Acknowledgement of Personnel Action
VI. Approval of Consent Items
Actions Taken

Order #2021-849 - Motion Passed:   passed with a motion by Ms. Linda Wellman and a second by Ms. Sandy Mosser.

VI.1. Minutes from 9-27-2021
VI.2. Fund Raising Requests & Building Use Requests
VI.3. Acknowledgement of Principal Approved Field Trip Requests
VI.4. Claims and Payroll as directed from the Treasurer
VI.5. Attendance Report
VI.6. Financial Reports
VI.7. Superintendent Monthly Expenses
VI.8. Food Service Report
VI.9. Maintenance Report
VI.10. Technology Report
VI.11. Student Services Report
VII. New Business
VII.1. Review School Calendar Proposals
VII.2. District Vehicle/Bus Purchase Update
VIII. Non-Consent Agenda
VIII.1. GCHS Boys Basketball Overnight to Allen County
Actions Taken

Order #2021-850 - Motion Passed:  Please consider the recommendation of Superintendent Moresea to approve GCHS Boys Basketball Overnight to Allen County Scottsville, KY 12/27-12/30/2021 traveling by school bus. passed with a motion by Mr. Carl Cotton and a second by Mr. Lance Warnock.

VIII.2. GCHS Varsity Cheerleaders Overnight to Florida
VIII.3. Girls Basketball Overnight to Charleston, SC
Actions Taken

Order #2021-851 - Motion Passed:  Consider the recommendation of Superintendent Moresea to approve the Girls Basketball overnight trip to Charleston, SC - December 27 - 31st. passed with a motion by Mr. Carl Cotton and a second by Mrs. Mary Kay McGinnis-Ruark.

VIII.4. KYA overnight to Louisville, KY
Actions Taken

Order #2021-852 - Motion Passed:  Consider the recommendation of Superintendent Moresea to approve KYA to Louisville November 18th - 19th. passed with a motion by Mr. Lance Warnock and a second by Mrs. Mary Kay McGinnis-Ruark.

VIII.5. Create GCHS Special Education Instructional Asst.
Actions Taken

Order #2021-853 - Motion Passed:  Please consider the recommendation of Superintendent Moresea to approve the creation of Special Education Instructional Asst. at GCHS at 7 hours per day and 183 days per school year due to student need; paid for by Special Education funds. passed with a motion by Mr. Carl Cotton and a second by Ms. Linda Wellman.

VIII.6. Approval Shortened Day for Student
Actions Taken

Order #2021-854 - Motion Passed:  Consider the recommendation of Superintendent Moresea to approve a shortened day for student based on medical need, required paperwork to be kept on file at Greenup County Board of Education. passed with a motion by Ms. Linda Wellman and a second by Ms. Sandy Mosser.

VIII.7. Trane Contract Approval
Actions Taken

Order #2021-855 - Motion Passed:  Consider the recommendation of Superintendent Moresea to approve the contract with Trane as submitted. passed with a motion by Mr. Carl Cotton and a second by Mrs. Mary Kay McGinnis-Ruark.

VIII.8. Approve BG-1 - Greenup County High School Bleacher Replacement and Repair
Actions Taken

Order #2021-856 - Motion Passed:  Consider the recommendation of Superintendent Moresea to approve the BG-1 as submitted. passed with a motion by Mr. Lance Warnock and a second by Mrs. Mary Kay McGinnis-Ruark.

VIII.9. Approve Owner-Architect Agreement
Actions Taken

Order #2021-857 - Motion Passed:  Consider the recommendation of Superintendent Moresea to approve the Owner-Architect agreement as submitted. passed with a motion by Mr. Carl Cotton and a second by Mrs. Mary Kay McGinnis-Ruark.

VIII.10. Booster Approvals
Actions Taken

Order #2021-858 - Motion Passed:  Consider the recommendation of Superintendent Moresea to recognize the 2021-2022 Greenup County Booster Clubs as submitted. Greenup County Affiliated Booster Clubs representing: Band Football Cheer Dance Boys Basketball Girls Basketball Baseball passed with a motion by Mr. Lance Warnock and a second by Mrs. Mary Kay McGinnis-Ruark.

IX. Adjournment
Actions Taken

Order #2021-859 - Motion Passed:   passed with a motion by Ms. Sandy Mosser and a second by Mrs. Mary Kay McGinnis-Ruark.