Pocahontas County Board Of Education Meeting Agenda, Monday, 9-24-18

On Monday, September 24th at 3:00 p.m., the Pocahontas County Board of Education will hold a Local School Improvement Council Meeting at the Marlinton Elementary School followed by its regular meeting at that school with the following agenda.

The regular meeting will begin with approval of the minutes from the September 10th Board of Education meeting.

After approving of this agenda, the Board will hear comments from the public – called “Delegations.”

Next the Board will receive Mr. Beam’s Superintendent’s Report and any Special Recognitions he wishes to offer followed by informational reports from Taylor Tegtmeyer, the Student Representative to the Board of Education;  from Ruth Bland, the Testing Coordinator for the schools; from Ronald G. Hall, the director of Maintenance; and from Teresa Mullen, Teacher of Prostart at PCHS..

The Board will then examine and consider approval of the following financial matters:

Payment of vender claims

Grant awards

Budget adjustments

Payrolls for September 7th and 21st.

Bank reconciliation for August

The 2018-2019 Financial statements

They will then conduct a discussion and possible action on the possibility of reducing the amount of flood/property insurance on the former School Board Building, 926 fifth Avenue in Marlinton and on possibly increasing the amount of property insurance on the current Board Office in Buckeye.

The Board will consider approval of the Grading system Policy for the schools.

They will consider approval of the following bids from Appalachian Signals & Products to install fire alarm systems at the following schools:

Marlinton Elementary at a cost of $23,000.64

Marlinton Middle at a cost of $23,845.75

They will also consider approval of the following

Proposed fundraisers at Marlinton Elementary School for the current school year

Approval to hire Thrasher Architecture Engineering as the Architect for the Major Improvement Project at the Green Bank Elementary-Middle School.

The dates for the work sessions with Central Office Staff and the discussion of the Superintendent’s Goals for the current school year.

A Professional and Service Personnel Agenda which can be found with this story in our website, alleghenymountainradio.org

The Board will conduct a “Matters of the Board” session prior to adjourning.

 

PERSONNEL AGENDA

September 24, 2018

Professional and Service Personnel

PERSONNEL

Marlinton Elementary School:

EMPLOYMENT: -Of the following as After School Tutor at Marlinton Elementary School, at $20 per hour, 1 hour per day, 2 days per week, not to exceed 26 weeks, effective September 26, 2018 through April 30, 2019 (additional planning meetings before program begins):

E. Jamey Weber

Dondi Stemple

Marlinton Middle School:

EMPLOYMENT: -Of the following as After School Tutor at Marlinton Middle School, at $20 per hour, 1 hour per day, 2 days per week, not to exceed 26 weeks, effective September 26, 2018 through April 30, 2019 (additional planning meetings before program begins):

Jessica McLaughlin

Teresa Rhea

Pocahontas County High School:

REQUESTED TRANSFER: -JAN JONESE, from Teacher of English/Language Arts at Marlinton Middle School, to Teacher of English/Language Arts at Pocahontas County High School, effective September 26, 2018 for the remainder of the 2018-2019 school year, at state basic salary.

Pocahontas County Schools:

EMPLOYMENT: -ROSANN ZENI, as After School Coordinator/Career Counselor/Tutor for Pocahontas County Schools, at $25 per hour for a total of 60 hours, not to exceed $1,500, effective September 26, 2018 through April 30, 2019 (additional planning meetings before program begins).

REQUESTED TRANSFER:-STEVEN D. MICK, JR., from Custodian III at Pocahontas County High School, to School Bus Operator for Pocahontas County Schools, at state basic pay, effective September 26, 2018 for the remainder of the 2018-2019 school year, term of employment: 166 days (NOTE: Term of employment shall be 200 days each year thereafter.)

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