Public Agenda
TYPE: Regular Meeting
DATE: 9/6/2022 TIME: 6:30 PM
LOCATION: ASC Board Room
DETAILS:
 
6:30 PM 1.0 OPENING ITEMS
1.1 Call to Order Info
  Summary:
President Theresa Tillery will call the meeting to order.
 
1.2 Roll Call Info
  Summary:
President Theresa Tillery will ask for the roll call.
 
1.3 Pledge of Allegiance Info
  Summary:
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
 
1.4 Agenda Action
  Summary:
President Theresa Tillery will ask for a motion to approve the agenda.
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the agenda as presented.
 
6:35 PM 2.0 CONSENT ITEMS Action
2.1 Approve Consent Agenda Action
  Recommendation:
Approve the Consent Agenda as presented.
 
A) Minutes
2.2 Minutes from the August 16, 2022 Board Meeting
Action
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the minutes from August 16, 2022 Board of Education Meeting.
 
B) Finance
2.3 KNEA-T Membership Dues 2022-2023
Action
  Summary:
Article 26: Payroll Deduction of KNEAT Membership Dues
The KNEAT Membership Chairman shall, on or before September 9th, deliver to the Payroll Department a signed Board approved “Dues Authorization Statement” authorizing deduction of membership dues of the National Education Association, the Kansas National Education Association, and KNEAT

Only active employees on the attached list will be eligible for payroll deduction.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the payroll deductions for the list of KNEA-T Members as presented by Kristen Woodbury, Supervisor of Business Services.
 
C) Service Contracts/Licensing/Purchasing
2.4 Building Trades Interior Flatwork
Action
  Summary:
Bids received for the Building Trades home interior flatwork
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve Pro Crete to complete the interior flatwork at the Building Trades house at $28,200.
 
2.5 Building Trades Plumbing
Action
  Summary:
Bids received for the Building Trades home plumbing
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve iPlumb KC to complete the plumbing at the Building Trades house at $22,375.
 
D) Out-of-State Travel
2.6 MSPMA Conference
Action
  Summary:
Seeking permission to travel to Branson, MO for the MSPMA conference.
 
  Funding:
Expenses for the conference will be paid for with funds from the Facilities Training Budget.
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve out of state travel for the Supervisor of Facilities.
 
2.7 National Family Engagement Summit 2022
Action
  Summary:
Requesting permission to send Parent/Community Liaison, Luke Lee, to the National Family Engagement Summit in Charlotte, North Carolina October 12 - 14, 2022. This conference is sponsored by the National Association for Family, School, & Community Engagement (NAFSCE). More information can be found here: https://nfesummit.com/#host-organizations
 
  Funding:
Registration: $575.00
Hotel: $550.00 before taxes
Travel: $350.00
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve out of state travel to National Family Engagement Summit 2022.
 
2.8 Out of State Travel to Finalsite University 2023
Action
  Summary:
Finalsite University 2023 will take place in Orlando, Florida March 29-31. Lauren Aiello and Melissa Pierce would like to attend the website training.
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve out-of-state travel for Lauren Aiello and Melissa Pierce to attend Finalsite University 2023.
 
2.9 FETC Conference - New Orleans, LA
Action
  Summary:
Requesting permission for the instructional coaching staff and two administrators to travel to New Orleans, LA to attend the FETC Conference January 23-26, 2023. This will replace the METC Conference the group previously attended which has not returned to it's pre-pandemic quality or structure. Information on the conference can be found at the following link: https://www.fetc.org
 
  Funding:
Title I and Title IIA
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve out of state travel to the FETC Conference as presented.
 
2.10 AVID ADL 5 Training - Portland, OR
Action
  Summary:
Requesting permission to send two administrators to AVID District Leadership Session 5 training in Portland, OR November 9-10, 2022. These trainings are sponsored free by AVID so there is no registration fee only travel costs.
 
  Funding:
Title IIA and Title IV
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the out of state travel to AVID - ADL 5 as presented.
 
E) Donations/Grants
2.11 Donation of Eagle to F.L. Schlagle Library at Wyandotte County Lake Park
Action
  Summary:
Turner High School would like to donate the eagle located in the THS Library to F.L. Schlagle Library at Wyandotte County Lake Park.
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve donation of eagle as presented.
 
2.12 THS fundraisers for the Senior Class of 2023, Golf, Football and Volleyball programs.
Action
  Summary:
Ms. Kim Biasella has planned multiple fundraisers for the Senior Class of 2023 to fund Project, Grad, prizes for Project and other items related to graduation.
Mr. Drew Garner has planned multiple fundraisers for golf program.
Mr. Chris Bair has planned a fundraiser for the volleyball teams.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the fundraisers for the THS Senior Class of 2023, Golf, Football and Volleyball programs.
 
2.13 TMS Quick Trip Fundraiser
Action
  Summary:
The TMS Football team will be selling Quick Trip Cards to raise funds for their program.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve as presented.
 
7:03 PM 3.0 COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC
3.1 Public Comments Info
  Summary:
"The board appreciates patrons taking time to talk to us about USD 202 policies and procedures. We set aside this time every meeting to hear from the public. Your comments should be directed toward board policies or the procedures administrators establish to carry out those policies.

This is not an appropriate time or place for patrons to make comments of a personal nature about any district employee or anyone else. Persons making comments that violate the privacy rights of district employees will be asked to terminate their remarks.

Prior to making comments, those who wish to speak need to state their name and address for the record. We would also like to remind those speaking to the board comments shall be no longer than 3 minutes.

If the board refers your concern to an administrator for investigation, the board will hear about it in a future meeting, and you can expect the superintendent or another district employee to make arrangements to meet with you at the appropriate time. Thank you again for taking time to discuss district business with the board".
 
3.2 Turner Recreation Commission Update Info
  Summary:
John Frayer, Board Chair for the Turner Recreation Commission will present updates on Turner Recreation activities.
 
7:13 PM 4.0 RECOGNITION/PRESENTATIONS
4.1 2022 Outstanding Middle School Art Educator of the Year Recognition Info
  Summary:
Kristen Henry has been named the 2022 Outstanding Middle School Art Educator by the Kansas Art Education Association.
 
7:23 PM 5.0 ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
5.1 Building Needs Assessment & State Assessment Review Action
  Summary:
The board will review and evaluate the 2022-2023 needs assessment and use the report during the approval of the budget.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the Building Needs Assessment & State Assessment reports as presented.
 
5.2 31% Local Option Budget (LOB) adoption for 2022-2023 Action
  Summary:
The Board adopts a local option budget authority expressed as a percentage of the district's total foundation aid. We are adopting a LOB budget authority of 31% for the 2022-2023 fiscal year.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to authorize the resolution of a 31% Local Option budget for the 2022-2023 fiscal year.
 
5.3 2022-2023 District Budget Approval Action
  Summary:
Kristen Woodbury, Supervisor of Business Services, will present the 2022-2023 District Budget for approval.
 
 
Attachments:
 
  Recommendation:
After reviewing and discussing the Building Needs Assessment, State Assessment reports, and all supporting data used to guide our Strategic Planning efforts a motion is made to approve the 2022-2023 District Budget as presented.
 
7:33 PM 6.0 STUDENT SERVICES
6.1 Calculator Fee - $2.00 Action
  Summary:
We are purchasing class sets of TI84 Graphing Calculators for all math courses Algebra or higher. These calculators retail for approximately $100. Students will be assigned a calculator to use during math class. These calculators will also be available for juniors taking the ACT. Requesting permission to charge a $2.00 fee for students in Algebra and higher courses at TMS and THS. The fee will be used for upkeep, repair and replacement of these graphing calculators.
 
  Funding:
Fund 55
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the calculator fee as presented.
 
7:43 PM 7.0 SUPERINTENDENTS REPORT
7.1 Superintendent's Report Info
7:53 PM 8.0 BOARD REPORTS
8.1 Bryan Fishbaugh Info
8.2 Steve Russell Info
8.3 Daniel Soptic Info
8.4 Theresa Tillery Info
8.5 Joy Beery Info
8.6 Becky Billigmeier Info
8.7 Jeff Davidson Info
8:03 PM 9.0 EXECUTIVE SESSION
9.1 Executive Session Action
  Summary:
President Theresa Tillery will ask for a motion to enter into executive session.
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to enter into executive session for the purpose of discussing personnel issues pursuant to the non-elected personnel exception under KOMA. The board will return to the open meeting room at 7:25. The board invited Jason Dandoy and Lana Gerber to join them in executive session.
 
8:33 PM 10.0 OTHER ACTION ITEMS
10.1 Personnel Exhibits Action
  Summary:
President Theresa Tillery will ask for a motion on the personnel exhibits.
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to approve the personnel exhibits as presented.
 
8:43 PM 11.0 ADJOURN
11.1 Adjourn the Meeting Action
  Summary:
President Theresa Tillery will ask for a motion to adjourn the meeting.
 
  Recommendation:
Motion to adjourn the meeting at