PUTNAM COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Winfield, West Virginia

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1 Page State of West Virginia County of Putnam, to-wit Winfield, West Virginia PUTNAM COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Winfield, West Virginia The Putnam County Board of Education met in a statutory meeting pursuant to WVC c on Tuesday, April 19, 2016, at 7:00 p.m. at the Central Office in Winfield, West Virginia. Flag Salute Members present. William Legg, Dr. Sam P. Sentelle, Jack Coyner, G. Robert Cunningham, Dr. Craig Spicer, and Harold Hatfield, Secretary, were present. Approval of Minutes Motion by Jack Coyner, seconded by Rob Cunningham, to approve the minutes of the meeting of April 4, 2016, as read. Motion carried. Vote: 5 ayes 0 nays. Delegations Levy Order Pursuant to WVC and 12 the Board on March 7, 2016, had ascertained the fiscal affairs of the district and ordered levy rates be proposed for the year ending June 30, Said rates having been duly published by the Secretary of the Board and approved in writing by the Tax Commissioner, and such statement herewith duly entered by reference in the record of proceedings together with the written approval, motion by Craig Spicer, seconded by Jack Coyner, to enter the levy for pursuant to WVC a. Motion carried. Vote: 5 ayes 0 nays. This meeting being a continuation of that of March 7, 2016 pursuant to WVC , motion by Jack Coyner, seconded by Sam Sentelle, to adjourn the levy meeting and reconvene in regular session. Motion carried. Vote: 5 ayes 0 nays. Old Business

2 Page New Business 1. High School Math Waiver. Motion by Jack Coyner, seconded by Rob Cunningham, to approve a West Virginia Department of Education waiver for high school math for the school year. Motion carried vote: 5 ayes 0 nays. 2. Textbook adoptions. Motion by Jack Coyner, seconded by Sam Sentelle, to approve the following textbooks upon recommendation of the textbook selection committees, said textbooks having been placed on public review as required by Putnam County Schools policy Motion carried. Vote: 5 ayes 0 nays. SCIENCE: Elementary School: Foss Kit -Kindergarten -Animals 2x2 Foss Kit-First Grade Plants + Animals Foss Kit-Second Grade-Insects+ Plants Foss Kit-Third Grade-Structures Life Foss Kit-Fourth Grade-Environments Foss Kit-Fifth Grade-Living Systems Middle School: Achieve 3000, e-science Grade 6 Achieve 3000, e-science Grade 7 Achieve 3000, e-science Grade 8 High School: McGraw-Hill School Education, LLC Earth Science McGraw-Hill School Education, LLC Physical Science McGraw-Hill School Education, LLC Physics, Principles and Problems McGraw-Hill School Education, LLC Environmental Science: A Global Concern McGraw-Hill School Education, LLC Anatomy: Hole s Essentials of Human Anatomy McGraw-Hill School Education, LLC Zoology Pearson, Biology Science, Miller and Levine Pearson, Chemistry Pearson, Forensics Science Pearson AP Biology Mastering Biology (Pearson, Campbell), Grades 9-12 Pearson AP Environmental Environmental Science: Toward a Sustainable Future (Wright/Beorse) Grades 2-12

3 Page Pearson AP Chemistry Chemistry: The Central Science (Brown/Lemay) Grades 9-12 Pearson AP Physics Physics for Scientists and Engineers (Pearson) Grades 9-12 MUSIC: Elementary School Quaver s Beyond Marvelous WV K-5 General Music Middle School: McGraw-Hill School Education, LLC -- Music Studio: Spotlight On Music, Grade 6 McGraw-Hill School Education, LLC -- Music Studio: Spotlight On Music, Grade 7 McGraw-Hill School Education, LLC -- Music Studio: Spotlight On Music, Grade 8 Make Music, Smart Music, Grade 6-8 High School: McGraw-Hill School Education, LLC -- Music Studio: Music! Its Role and Importance in Our Lives, Grades 9-12 SOL UT Press Basic Music Theory: how to Read, Write, and Understand Written Music Grades 9-12 Hal Leonard Publishing Co. Hal Leonard Guitar Tab Method, Books 1 & 2 Combo Edition Grades 9-12 Make Music, Smart Music, Grade 9-12 ART: Middle School: Davis Publications, Inc. Explorations in Art, Grade 6-8 High School: Davis Publications, Inc. The Visual Experience, Grades Budget amendments. Motion by Craig Spicer, seconded by Rob Cunningham, to approve budget transfers and supplements as shown subject to approval by the West Virginia Department of Education. Motion carried. Vote: 5 ayes 0 nays. 136,856, Total Operating budget - April 4, , Faculty Senate Interview 31, Land/Architect/Debt Service 8, Local Projects 16, Food Service 136,916, Total Operating budget - April 19, 2016

4 Page Personnel internal transfers - April 19, , Hosted Software 3, Media - Library Service Energy/Safety Management 175, Medicaid Additional Reimbursement 1, Step 7 5, General Fund - CTE 159, Bilingual - ESOL 1. Resignations. Motion by Sam Sentelle, seconded by Jack Coyner, to approve the following resignations. Motion carried. Vote: 5 ayes 0 nays. professional location, job, date J. Stephen Brooks Hurricane Middle, tchr-pe/athletic director (P1828), 200 days, 30 JUN 16 (retirement) Lexie Damous Poca Elem., principal (P379), 220 days, 30 JUN 16 (retirement) Carmella DeRaimo County, tchr-spanish, 13 APR 16 (retirement) William Roth County, substitute teacher, 13 APR 16 extracurricular James Clendenin Buffalo High, SAP coord., 30 JUN 16 Carmella DeRaimo Buffalo High, homebound site coord./tchr, 13 APR 16 Carmella DeRaimo Buffalo High, tutor facilitator-credit recovery, 13 APR 16 Katherine Dolin Hurricane Middle, girls tennis, 13 APR 16 Charles Hartley Poca Middle, head football, 11 APR 16 Laura McCloud Buffalo High, adv. placement coord., 30 JUN 16 Marjorie Snyder G. W. Middle, team leader/pe-related arts, 30 JUN 16 service Mary Benear County, substitute cook, 05 APR 16 William Bryant III County, substitute custodian, 20 APR 16 Roger L. Casto County, substitute bus op, 15 APR 16 supplemental Charles Absten Winfield Area, bus op, SR132 - pre-school special needs Eastbrook Elem., 15 APR 16

5 Page Johnny Sargent Itinerant, bus op, SR140 - PCTC nursing students to CAMC/Devonshire/Genesis/ Regency Place 2 nd semester pm, 19 APR Employment and assignments. Motion by Craig Spicer, seconded by Jack Coyner, upon recommendation of the Superintendent, to approve the following employment and assignments (pending clearance and certification). Motion carried. Vote: 5 ayes 0 nays. extracurricular location, job, date Whitney Allen Hurricane Middle, intramural dir. II, sch yr, (436) Whitney Allen Hurricane Middle, team leader-health and pe, sch yr, (437) Linda Bedway Hurricane High, dept. head-world lang., sch yr, (448) Audrey Campbell Winfield High, yearbook advisor, sch yr, (452) Jonathan Carr G. W. Middle, asst. boys basketball, sch yr, (434) Adam Chapman G. W. Middle, asst. football, sch yr, (432) Eliza Davis County, all county middle school choral coord., sch yr, (459) Joshua Isaacs Buffalo High, golf, sch yr, (443) Adam Jones Winfield High, adv. placement tutor-math, sch yr, (457) Ronald McDade G. W. Middle, head boys basketball, sch yr, (433) Kristin Parrigan Hurricane High, asst. volleyball, sch yr, (446) M. Todd Pauley Winfield Middle, golf, sch yr, (352) Jeffrey Pitchford G. W. Middle, head girls basketball, sch yr, (435) Kendra Ragle Poca Elem., sys op, sch yr, (429) William Ramsey Poca Middle, referral officer II, sch yr, (439) Kelley Rogers Winfield High, asst. cheer, sch yr, (451) Patrick Stewart Winfield High, referral officer II, sch yr, (454)

6 Page service William Bryant III Winfield Elem., custodian c (S1865), 200 days, 20 APR 16, (462) Regina King Poca Area, ½ day bus op d1, bus #2004 (S1925), TEMPORARY, 20 APR 16, (465) substitute secretary, as needed, school year Beverly Cochran 3. Transfers and changes. Motion by Jack Coyner, seconded by Rob Cunningham, upon recommendation of the Superintendent, to approve the following transfers and changes. Motion carried. Vote: 5 ayes 0 nays. professional to job, date, from, posting G. Ryan Arrowood Mountain View Elem., tchr-physical education (P1517), 200 days, 15 AUG 16, Poca Elem., tchr-physical education (P397), 200 days, (402) Gary Cook Central Office, asst. superintendent for personnel and pupil svcs. (P1686), 261 days, 01 JUL 16, Central Office, director of secondary education (P53), 261 days, (383) Whitney Cox West Teays Elem., tchr-kindergarten (P474), 200 days, 15 AUG 16, Scott Teays Elem., tchr-kindergarten (P439), 200 days, (406) Sarah Krause Hurricane High, tchr-english/lang. arts (P1922), 200 days, 15 AUG 16, transfer unassigned, (419) Shawn Lucas Winfield High, tchr-math/physical education (P1923), 200 days, 15 AUG 16, Winfield Middle, tchr-math (P1598), 200 days (425) Joshua Sharp Poca Elem., tchr-music (P1381), 200 days, 15 AUG 16, Confidence/Hometown Elem., tchr-music (P1893), 200 days, (397) Staci Wallace G. W. Middle, tchr-spanish (P1464), 200 days, 15 AUG 16, Winfield Middle, tchr-spanish (P1239), 200 days, (409) Alison Warner Rock Branch Elem., 4 th grade (P424), 200 days, 15 AUG 16, Conner Street Elem., tchr-kindergarten (P1883), 200 days, (398)

7 Page Hannah Weddington service Brenda Doss Rock Branch Elem., tchr-kindergarten (P1387), 200 days, 15 AUG 16, Conner Street Elem., tchr-5 th grade (P225), 200 days, (399) Conner Street Elem., sec/acct e (S240), 210 days, 20 APR 16, Poca Elem.,(1/2 day)sec/acct e (S404), 200 days, (460) D. Adam Dunlap Winfield Area, bus op d1, bus #1201 (S140), TEMPORARY, 20 APR 16, Hurricane Area, bus op d1, bus #1504 (S96), 200 days, (466) Joann Maddox Libby Morgan Dale Scott Melissa G. Smith County, sec/acct f (S69), 250 days, 01 JUL 16, Eastbrook Elem., sec/acct f (S270), 210 days, (467) Rock Branch Elem., café manager (S730), 200 days, 20 APR 16, Rock Branch Elem.,cook b (S432), 200 days, (461) Winfield High, custodian c (S1036), TEMPORARY, 20 APR 16, Rock Branch Elem., custodian c (S702), 206 days, (464) Buffalo High, café manager (S836), TEMPORARY, 20 APR 16, Poca Middle, cook b (S1867), 200 days, (463) 4. Leave-of-absence. Motion by Craig Spicer, seconded by Rob Cunningham, upon recommendation of the Superintendent, to approve a leave-of-absence as indicated, in accordance with policy Motion carried. Vote: 5 ayes 0 nays. professional type, action, location/job, date Erica Divita FMLA, Itinerant, counselor (P1550), intermittent, effective 06 APR 16 Teresa Forbis FMLA, Poca Middle, tchr-social studies (P720), 18 APR 16 Rebecca Graham-Young IMLOA, Mountain View Elem., tchr-kindergarten (P1501), 05 APR 16 Laura Hensley FMLA, Hurricane Town Elem., tchr-kindergarten (P1483), 26 APR 16 Jami Saunders FMLA, Poca High, tchr-choral/show choir (P939), 20 APR Create positions. Motion by Sam Sentelle, seconded by Craig Spicer, to create positions as shown below. Motion carried. Vote: 5 ayes 0 nays.

8 Page summer positions, as needed professional tchr(s), 2 LA and 2 Math -adolescent level summer school, June 17-July 29, 2016 Hurricane Middle/Poca High tchr(s), Drivers Education -adolescent level summer school, June 20-July 29, 2016 Poca High librarian(s) (2), county, June 21-Aug 5, 2016 school nurse(s), summer training, June 20 August 17, 2016 school nurse (s) itinerant-summer programs(esy-summer academy), July 5-29, 2016 psychologist, early entrance assessment, June 18 July 29, 2016 tchr/administrator, extended school year/summer academy, June 27-July-29, 2016 ½ day tchr (s), collaborative summer reading camp, ½ day prep June 22, 2016, ½ days June 23 August 5, 2016 supervisor, STEAM camp, Mountain View Elem., June 27-29, 2016 extended sch yr - Winfield Elementary-prep day July 5- July 6-28, 2016, as needed tchr(s), Multicat/AU itinerant tchr(s), PSN/MI/AU itinerant tchr(s), SMI/MI/AU itinerant tchr(s), hearing impaired students speech/lang pathologist (s) energy express G. W. Middle prep day June 22 June 23 August 5, 2016, - ½ day prep August 8, 2016 as needed tchr (s) energy express G. W. Middle prep day June 22 June 23 August 5, 2016, as needed tchr, ESL Japanese immersion camp Scott Teays Elementary July 11-15, 2016, as needed school nurse (s) supervisor summer academy Winfield Middle prep day July 8 - July 9-29, 2016, as needed tchr(s), computers/science/math tchr(s), music/dance/theater tchr(s), art service as needed painters/general maintenance e (18), June 27-Aug 12, 2016

9 Page custodian(s) c (8), June 27-Aug 12, 2016 carpenters/general maintenance e (7), June 27-Aug 12, 2016 roofers/general maintenance f (3), June 27-Aug 12, 2016 bus/garage d1, cleaning and degreasing (2), June 14-Jul 29, 2016 cook b(s), summer feeding program, June 14-Aug 12, 2016 ½ day custodian c, adolescent summer school, itinerant/hms/phs, June 21-July 29, 2016 custodian, STEAM camp, Mountain View Elem, June 27-29, 2016 bus op d1, (1), Tri-County YMCA summer program bus op d1, (1), Forest Burdette Latchkey summer program bus op d1, (1), Lighthouse Baptist summer program bus op d1, (1), Teays Valley Child Development summer program bus op (s) d1, collaborative summer reading camp, prep day June 22 June 23-Aug. 5, 2016 summer academy Winfield Middle prep day July 8 - July 9-29, 2016, as needed ½ day custodian c ½ day classroom monitor/aide male ½ day classroom monitor/aide female extended sch year - Winfield Elementary School, prep day July 5, July 6-28, 2016, as needed monitor/classroom aide(s) monitor/classroom aide (male) aide/custodian aide/sign support specialist (s) bus op (s) d1 energy express G. W. Middle June 23 August 5, 2016, as needed monitor/classroom aide bus op (s) d1 energy express G. W. Middle June 22 August 8, 2016, as needed custodian c Japanese immersion camp Scott Teays Elementary July 11-15, 2016, as needed custodian c 6. Suspension Motion by Jack Coyner, seconded by Rob Cunningham Upon recommendation of the Superintendent to approve the two day suspension without pay of said employee

10 Page Misty Burdette for insubordination. Motion carried. Vote: 5 ayes 0 nays General Business Consent agenda Motion by Craig Spicer, seconded by Jack Coyner, to approve the following consent agenda items. Motion carried. Vote: 5 ayes 0 nays. 1. Requests for trips. The following overnight or out-of-state trips are presented for Board review. school/group transportation, destination, date LES/5 Charter bus, Cincinnati Museum Of Science and Natural History & Newport Aquarium, Cincinnati, OH 9 May 2016 BES/K Charter bus, Explorium of Lexington, KY Horse Park, 31 May 2016 BHS/Math/Physics/9-12 Bus, King s Island, Mason, OH, 13 May 2016 EES/5 Charter bus, King s Island, Cincinnati, OH, 3 June 2016 HHS/DECA 9-12 Charter bus, DECA International Career Dev. Conference, Nashville TN, April 2016 PHS/DECA 9-12 Charter bus, DECA International Career Dev. Conference, Nashville TN, April 2016 RBES/5 Charter bus, King s Island, Mason OH 19 May 2016 WTES/2 Bus, Carter Caves State Park, Olive Hill KY, 27 May 2016 WHS/DECA Charter bus, DECA International Career Dev. Conference, Nashville TN April Volunteer coaches. Pending clearance, the following individuals are recommended to serve as volunteer coaches. name location, sport, date Samuel Richard Savilla, II PMS/softball/ Discussion

11 Page Executive Session Motion by Sam Sentelle, seconded by Craig Spicer, to enter executive session to discuss personnel matters as provided by WVC 6-9A-4. Motion carried. Vote: 5 ayes 0 nays. The Board entered into executive session at 7:12 p.m. and returned at 7:58 p.m. Motion by Sam Sentelle, seconded by Jack Coyner, to leave executive session. Motion carried. Vote: 5 ayes 0 nays. Adjournment Motion by Jack Coyner, seconded by Craig Spicer, that the Board adjourn until May 2, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. at the Board office in Winfield. Motion carried. Vote: 5 ayes 0 nays. The meeting adjourned at 8:00 p.m. President Secretary kj

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