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1 454 S. Harvey Plymouth, Michigan Regular Meeting/Special Workshop Session - March 14, 2017, 7 p.m Meeting Calendar Calendar of Board Meetings 2017.pdf (p. 3) 6:30 p.m. - Closed Session - Attorney-Client Privilege Matter 7 p.m. - Call The Regular Meeting to Order Roll Call Pledge of Allegiance Adoption of Agenda/Approval of Consent Agenda Action Item # Human Resources Leaves, Resignations and Retirements Leaves, Resignations, Retirements.pdf (p. 4) Tenure Recommendations Recall Tenure Recommendation.pdf (p. 5) Recall.pdf (p. 7) 2. Approval of Minutes Regular Meeeting - February 28, 2017.pdf (p. 8) Special Meeting - March 2, 2017.pdf (p. 12) 3. Field Trips Overnight Out of State Field Trips.pdf (p. 13) Packet page 1 of 13

2 Celebrating Success West Middle School/Liberty Middle School Crossover Basketball Event Learn-Prepare-Thrive News Board Committee Reports/Action Finance and Operations Committee - Patrick Kehoe Next Meeting: TBD Communication, Legislation & Partnerships Committee - Kate Borninski Next Meeting: TBD Policy Committee - Kim Crouch Next Meeting: Tuesday, March 14, 2017, 5:30 p.m. Educational Excellence Foundation (EEF) Report - Kate Borninski President's Report Citizens' Comments Adjournment to a Special Workshop Session on Michigan Association of School Boards (MASB) Superintendent Evaluation Training - Part 2 Packet page 2 of 13

3 PLYMOUTH-CANTON COMMUNITY SCHOOLS E. J. McClendon Educational Center 454 S. Harvey, Plymouth, Michigan Meetings of the Board of Education (subject to change) DATE TIME MEETING/TOPIC LOCATION March 14, p.m. Regular Meeting E. J. McClendon Ed. Center March 28, p.m. Regular Meeting E. J. McClendon Ed. Center April 11, p.m. Regular Meeting E. J. McClendon Ed. Center April 25, p.m. Regular Meeting E. J. McClendon Ed. Center May 9, p.m. Regular Meeting E. J. McClendon Ed. Center May 23, p.m. Regular Meeting E. J. McClendon Ed. Center June 13, p.m. Regular Meeting E. J. McClendon Ed. Center June 27, p.m. Regular Meeting E. J. McClendon Ed. Center July 11, p.m. Regular Meeting E. J. McClendon Ed. Center August 8, p.m. Regular Meeting E. J. McClendon Ed. Center August 22, p.m. Regular Meeting E. J. McClendon Ed. Center September 12, p.m. Regular Meeting E. J. McClendon Ed. Center September 26, p.m. Regular Meeting E. J. McClendon Ed. Center October 10, p.m. Regular Meeting E. J. McClendon Ed. Center October 24, p.m. Regular Meeting E. J. McClendon Ed. Center November 7, p.m. Regular Meeting E. J. McClendon Ed. Center November 21, p.m. Regular Meeting E. J. McClendon Ed. Center December 12, p.m. Regular Meeting E. J. McClendon Ed. Center Regular meetings of the Board of Education of the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools, Wayne and Washtenaw Counties, Michigan, shall be held on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month (except there will be no meeting on the fourth Tuesday in July; no meeting on the second and fourth Tuesday in November (November will be the first and third Tuesday), and no meeting on the fourth Tuesday in December.) Any person with a disability who needs accommodation for participation in this meeting should contact the Superintendent s Office at at least five days in advance of the meeting to request assistance. Video recording of any open meeting is permitted with prior approval of the Superintendent. Updated Packet page 3 of 13

4 Action Item Board Meeting: March 14, /2017SCHOOL YEAR NAME, ASSIGNMENT, DATE OF HIRE REASON, EFFECTIVE DATE LEAVES LIP, LINDSEY ELEM. CLSRM. ERIKSSON 05/07/04 MOLLICK, KIMBERLY ELECTIVE-PROJ BASED LRN LIBERTY 08/25/05 Child Care Leave of Absence effective for the 2017/2018 school year. Child Care Leave of Absence effective for the 2017/2018 school year. NEUHALFEN, JENNIFER Short Term Child Care Leave of Absence OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY (HOME) effective May 8, 2017 through May 22, FARRAND 03/26/12 OZOG, TERESA ELEM. CLSRM. FARRAND 08/26/04 Child Care Leave of Absence effective for the 2017/2018 school year. REGNER, KELLI Child Care Leave of Absence effective for (0.5) ELEM. CLSRM. JS W/ R DOW the 2017/2018 school year. ISBISTER 12/08/03 RESIGNATIONS REID, TARYN Resignation effective March 22, ASST DIR OF COMMUNICATIONS AND MARKETING ADMIN. BLDG. 06/01/15 RETIREMENTS KALASZ ENNIS, MARY Retirement effective June 16, CO TCH WITH GEN ED TEACHER CANTON 11/19/85 08/26/04 MOTION: AUTOMATICALLY ACCEPTED AS PART OF THE CONSENT AGENDA ACTION. "Move that the Board of Education approve the above Leaves, Resignations and Retirements as listed above. H:\E\BRDFORMS\LOABRD Packet page 4 of 13

5 ACTION ITEM Board Meeting: March 14, 2017 PLYMOUTH-CANTON COMMUNITY SCHOOLS Plymouth, Michigan RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TENURE SCHOOL YEAR 2016/17 School (s)/ Admin(s) Recom. Date of NO. Name Assignment for Tenure Hire Effective Date 10. Lauren Medley Language Arts 3/9/12 3/9/17 West "Move that the Board of Education approve the tenure recommendation for Number 10 upon the effective date." MOVED SECONDED VOTE Board of Education Form B Packet page 5 of 13

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7 Action Item: Board Meeting: /14/17 RECALL FROM LAYOFF 2016/17 School Year NAME Jennifer Wolf STATUS Recalled Automatically accepted as part of the Consent Agenda MOTION: "Move that the Board of Education approve the recall of those employees listed above." Moved Seconded vote I ' Packet page 7 of 13

8 PLYMOUTH-CANTON COMMUNITY SCHOOLS Plymouth, Michigan BOARD OF EDUCATION REGULAR MEETING MINUTES February 28, 2017 The Board of Education of the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools, Wayne and Washtenaw Counties, Michigan, met in a Regular Meeting on Tuesday, February 28, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. at the E. J. McClendon Educational Center, 454 S. Harvey Street, Plymouth, Michigan, Vice- President Borninski called the meeting to order at 7:01 p.m. in the boardroom. Present: Members Borninski, Brooks, Kehoe, McCoin, Mullen and Sidhu Absent: Member Crouch Administrators Present: Ms. Monica Merritt, Superintendent Ms. Kay Elaster, Assistant Superintendent, Teaching and Learning Dr. Jeremy Hughes, Interim Chief Academic Officer Ms. Pamela Anstey, Interim Chief Finance and Operations Officer Mr. Kurt Tyszkiewicz, Executive Director of Student Services Mr. Nicholas Brandon, Director of Communications Mr. Clint Smiley led the Pledge of Allegiance. Adoption of the Agenda/Approval of Consent Agenda: Action Item # : It was moved by Member Kehoe and seconded by Member McCoin to adopt the Agenda and the Consent Agenda as presented. The Consent Agenda consisted of a New Hire, Regular Meeting Minutes dated February 14, 2017, and Field Trips. New Hire Sinclair, Sean Leadership Pro Based Lrn./History Plymouth H.S. Effective February 27, 2017 Approval of Minutes The Regular meeting minutes of February 14, 2017 were approved as presented. Field Trips Key Club Leadership Conference, Lansing, MI, Grades 9-12, Salem High School State Culinary Competition, Frankenmuth, MI, Grades 11-12, Salem High School Boy s Lacrosse Tournament, Grand Rapids, MI, Grades 9-12, Plymouth High School Band Performance, Mackinac Island, MI, Grade 8, West Middle School Cedar Point to explore consumer math/time mgmt./money mgmt., Sandusky, OH, Grades 9-12, Salem H.S. Ext. Day Summer Camp to Mud Hen Game, Toledo, OH, Grades 2-8, Tonda Elementary School Ayes: Members Borninski, Brooks, Kehoe, McCoin, Mullen and Sidhu The motion carried Packet page 8 of 13

9 Celebrating Success Member McCoin presented the Mary Beth Carroll Extra Miler Award to Gallimore Elementary School third grade teacher, Dave Turrill for his efforts leading the Toys for Tots toy collection and money donation campaign this past December. All Gallimore students and staff participated in the drive collecting two large boxes of toys and nearly $3,000 which the students used to purchase more toys at Target. Gallimore principal, Aimee Bell, was in attendance along with several Gallimore students who spoke about Mr. Turrill s efforts. School Improvement Highlights Elizabeth Mosher, Director of Secondary Education, introduced Clint Smiley, Principal, West Middle School and Rania Hammoud, Assistant Principal, West Middle School who spoke on West s School Improvement Initiatives. Learn-Prepare-Thrive News Board Members offered comments regarding various events, programs, and miscellaneous activities throughout the district. Board Committee Reports/Action *Administrative Liaison to the Board Committee Meetings will be held at the E. J. McClendon Educational Center Finance and Operations Committee Patrick Kehoe, Chair; *Pamela Anstey Member Kehoe stated the committee met on Friday, February 24, 2017 and reviewed the bid packages which are being presented this evening. Also reviewed were suggestions and feedback pertaining to the budget process. Action Item # : It was moved by Member Kehoe and seconded by Member Mullen to award contracts totaling $3,337, for Bid Package 9, Remodeling Projects. The funding from these projects is from the 2013 Bond Series II. Ayes: Members Borninski, Brooks, Kehoe, McCoin, Mullen and Sidhu The motion was carried 6-0. Action Item # : It was moved by Member Kehoe and seconded by Member McCoin to award contracts totaling $1,039, for Bid Package 10, Site Upgrade Projects. The funding from these projects is from the 2013 Bond Series II. Ayes: Members Borninski, Brooks, Kehoe, McCoin, Mullen and Sidhu The motion was carried 6-0. Communication, Legislation & Partnerships Committee (CLP) -, *Nicholas Brandon Member Borninski stated the committee has not yet met. Next meeting date to be determined. Policy Committee Kim Crouch, Chair; *Kurt Tyszkiewicz Member McCoin stated that the next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, March 14, 2017, 5:30 p.m. 2 Packet page 9 of 13

10 Educational Excellence Foundation (EEF) Member Borninski stated that the EEF had their annual meeting and elected new officers. Mary Ann Foss is the new Chair. She gave a reminder of the Wine Tasting Event on April 21, President s Report No Report. Citizens Comments: None Administrative Reports/Recommendations Superintendent s Report Ms. Monica Merritt Action Item # : It was moved by Member Kehoe and seconded by Member Sidhu to approve the enrollment of non-resident applicants for the school year pursuant to schools of choice, Section 105C. The proposal for is a minimum of one seat for kindergarten through 8 th grade with a maximum of 250 seats; minimum of one seat for IB Academy at P-CEP for 9 th and 10 th grade. Board members thanked administration for all the data that was presented that allowed them to make the decision. Ayes: Members Borninski, Brooks, Kehoe, McCoin, Mullen and Sidhu The motion passed 6-0. Action Item # : It was moved by Member Kehoe and seconded by Member Sidhu to approve the enrollment of non-resident students of Plymouth-Canton Community School district employees for the school year, under the provisions of the School Aid Act. Ayes: Borninski, Brooks, Kehoe, McCoin, Mullen and Sidhu The motion was passed 6-0. Finance and Operations Pamela Anstey Budget Community Forum Member Kehoe presented a Budget Community Forum Overview which included suggestions submitted by the District s stakeholders including but not limited to school personnel, citizens, the Board of Education and online forms for the budget year. Citizens Comments: None Action Item # : It was moved by Member Kehoe and seconded by Member Sidhu to approve a Cooperative Education Program Agreement for the Goals Program between Plymouth-Canton Community Schools and Northville Public Schools for the school year (final reading). Ayes: Members Borninski, Brooks, Kehoe, McCoin, Mullen and Sidhu The motion was carried Packet page 10 of 13

11 Discussion Items Board Meeting Schedule Superintendent Merritt and Board Members discussed the Board meeting structure. Follow-up Board Questions The portion of the agenda summarizing the action items discussed. Outstanding Items: Data requested from the Summer School report as follow-up o Will be provided in Board Notes once available Plan to address the Third Grade Reading Bill o In progress Growth data for school of choice students Will be provided in Board Notes Number of school of choice students who left and moved into the district Will be provided in Board Notes Outstanding Items from the February 28, 2017 Meeting: None It was moved by Member McCoin and seconded by Member Brooks to adjourn the Regular Meeting. Ayes: Members Borninski, Brooks, Kehoe, McCoin, Mullen and Sidhu The motion was carried 6-0. Vice-President Borninski adjourned the Regular Meeting at 8:48 p.m. Anupam Chugh Sidhu Secretary, Board of Education 4 Packet page 11 of 13

12 PLYMOUTH-CANTON COMMUNITY SCHOOLS Plymouth, Michigan BOARD OF EDUCATION SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES March 2, 2017 The Board of Education of the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools, Wayne and Washtenaw Counties, Michigan, met in a Special Meeting on Thursday, March 2, 2017, at 6 p.m. at the E. J. McClendon Educational Center, 454 S. Harvey Street, Plymouth, Michigan, President Crouch called the Special Meeting to order at 6:02 p.m. in the boardroom. Present: Members Brooks, Crouch, Borninski, Kehoe, Mullen & Sidhu Absent: Member McCoin Administrators Present: Ms. Monica L. Merritt, Superintendent Ms. Kay Elaster, Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning Others Present: John Kava, Collins & Blaha, P.C. Lorie Steinhauer, Collins & Blaha, P.C. Citizens Comments: None *Member McCoin arrived at 6:21 p.m. *Member Crouch left at 6:50 p.m. SPECIAL MEETING TOPIC: Workshop on Student Discipline and Restorative Justice It was moved by Member Kehoe and seconded by Member McCoin to adjourn the Special Meeting. Ayes: Members Brooks, Borninski, Kehoe, McCoin, Mullen and Sidhu The motion was carried 6-0. Member Borninski adjourned the Special Meeting at 8:15 p.m. Anupam Chugh Sidhu Secretary, Board of Education Packet page 12 of 13

13 Overnight / Out of State Field Trips Grade Building Destination of Trip Purpose # of students # of chaperones Transportation 9-12 P-CEP Grand Rapids, MI MASC State Leadership Conference 80 4 Indian Trails 9-12 Plymouth Tampa, Florida Baseball Spring Training 25 5 Getaway Tours 9-12 Plymouth Dayton, Ohio Winter Percussion Competition Continental Charters 8 West Sandusky, OH Cedar Point - students to explore laws of physics in motion GTS Grand Travel 6 East Jackson, Mi YMCA Storer Camp Trinity 9-12 Plymouth Costa Rica Authentic cultural and language experiences ACIS 9-12 Plymouth Athens, Greece Supports curriculum in Humanities, AP World History & Lit TBD 9-12 Salem Italy View;discuss Art in enviornment rich history 24 5 Educational Tours 8 Discovery Washington, DC 8th Grade trip to enhance social studies curriculum Trinity March 14, Board Meeting