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Regular 8.22

BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING
I. CALL TO ORDER/ROLL CALL

The Board of Education of Erie Community Unit School District No. 1 met in regular session on
August 22, 2011, at 6:30 P.M. in the Administrative Office. The following members answered
roll call: Charles Brown, Mike Heun, Thomas Pons, Joe Weaver and Gail Young. Rhonda
Pannier and Tammy Tegeler were absent.
II. CONSENT ITEMS:

Member Young, seconded by Member Heun made the motion to approve the July 25, 2011,
regular and closed minutes. All members voted in agreement. Motion carried.
Member Young, seconded by Member Heun made the motion to accept the Treasurer’s Report.
3 yeas, 1 nay. Motion carried.
Member Young, seconded by Member Heun made the motion to approve the payment of bills.
Roll Call: Brown, yea; Heun, yea; Pons, yea; Weaver, nay; Young, yea.
All members voted in agreement to approve the activity account. Motion carried.
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III. PUBLIC COMENTS: Mr. Bill Weaver addressed the board asking why they were going
to do a district survey on the building of a swimming pool when the voters already voted down
this issue. President Brown stated that the survey wasn’t about building a swimming pool and
that the issue that was voted down was to form another taxing body and that had nothing to do
with the school district.



IV. REPORTS

Administrative Reports: Superintendent Cox reported that enrollment was stable
and that the preschool was already at capacity, which is good as this year’s kindergarten and first grade classes have the smallest enrollment running at approximately 34 and 33 respectively. Superintendent Cox distributed a Finance Executive Summary handout and reported on the trends for the last five years and answered questions. Presidents: None

V. DISCUSSION:

A. Wind Turbine: Member Weaver stated he had asked for this item to be put on the
agenda, so as to be kept updated on the charge of selling the turbine that President Brown had
given Superintendent Cox at the last meeting. Superintendent Cox stated that he had contacted
Exelon Wind and that they would like to continue the discussion.
Superintendent Cox also reported that he had heard back from JCI and that they are not going to
pay for any shortfalls as they felt there were none. President Brown stated that many months ago
JCI promised them monthly reports and to date have not seen a thing.

VI. EXECUTIVE SESSION
Closed Session to Discuss Employment & Compensation of Personnel.
Member Weaver, seconded by Member Heun made the motion to go into Closed Session for the
stated reasons.
Time: 6:48 P.M.
Roll Call: Heun, yea; Pons, yea; Weaver, yea; Young, yea; Brown, yea.
Member Pons, seconded by Member Weaver made the motion to come out of Closed Session.
All members voted in agreement. Time: 6:54 P.M.

VII. OLD BUSINESS.

A. Approval of the Board Goals.

Died for lack of a motion.
B. Approval of Phone Survey.

Died for lack of a motion.
VIII. NEW BUSINESS

A. Acceptance of Resignation of High School Assistant Cook.
Member Weaver, seconded by Member Heun made the motion that the Board accept the
resignation of Mrs. Cheryl Farmer as High School Assistant Cook effective immediately.
Roll Call: Pons, yea; Weaver, yea; Young, yea; Brown, yea; Heun, yea.
B. Acceptance of Resignation of School Nurse.

Member Pons, seconded by Member Weaver made the motion that the Board accept the
resignation of Mrs. Marci Miner as School Nurse effective September 9, 2011.
Roll Call: Weaver, yea; Young, yea; Brown, yea; Heun, yea; Pons, yea.
C. Approval of Renewal of Boys and Girls Cross Country Coop with Prophetstown.
Member Pons, seconded by Member Weaver made the motion that the Board approve the
renewal of the Boys and Girls Cross Country Coop with Prophetstown as recommended.
Roll Call: Young, yea; Brown, yea; Heun, yea; Pons, yea; Weaver, yea.
D. Approval of High School Girls Basketball Volunteer.
Member Weaver, seconded by Member Heun made the motion that the Board approve Mr. Scott
Miner as High School Girls Basketball Volunteer Coach as recommended.
Roll Call: Brown, yea; Heun, yea; Pons, yea; Weaver, yea; Young, yea.
E. Approval of Employment of Student Council Sponsor.

Member Weaver, seconded by Member Heun made the motion that the Board approve the
employment of Mr. Jonathan Schlagheck as High School Student Council Sponsor at Step 0 and
a salary of $1,414 for the 2011-2012 academic year as recommended.
Roll Call: Heun, yea; Pons, yea; Weaver, yea; Young, yea; Brown, yea.

F. Approval of Employment of Van Driver.
Member Pons, seconded by Member Young made the that the Board approve the employment of
Mrs. Heather Fuller as Van Driver at Step 0 and a salary of $14.58 per hour for the 2011-2012
academic year as recommended.
Roll Call: Pons, yea; Weaver, yea; Young, yea; Brown, yea; Heun, yea.
G. Approval of Employment of High School Asst. Cook
Member Young, seconded by Member Heun made the motion that the Board approve the
employment of Mrs. Jennifer Cole as High School Asst. Cook at Step 1 and a salary of $10.76
per hour as recommended.
Roll Call: Weaver, yea; Young, yea; Brown, yea; Heun, yea; Pons, yea.
H. Approval of Budget Hearing Date and Tentative FY12 Budget.
Discussion followed regarding the deficit spending and balancing the budget.
Member Young, seconded by Member Heun made the motion that the Board approve the Budget
Hearing date of September 26, 2011, at 6:30 p.m. in the Administrative Office and Tentative
FY12 Budget as presented.
Roll Call: Young, yea; Brown, yea; Heun, yea; Pons, nay; Weaver, nay. Motion carried.
I. Approval of Title I Job Description.
Member Pons, seconded by Member Weaver made the motion that the Board approve the Title I
Job Description as presented. All members voted in agreement. Motion carried.
IX. PUBLIC COMMENTS: Mrs. Ella Bright asked how much would the turbine be sold for.
President Brown stated that they didn’t have a clue at this time exploring possibilities. Mrs. Jane
Keag asked if could sell something that was partially funded by a grant. President Brown stated
that he wasn’t sure, but would have to find out.
Mrs. Jane Keag asked what the technology expenditures were for 06-08 and for 08-12?
Superintendent Cox stated that 06-08 was approximately $81,000 and 08-12 the average
spending was $466,000. Mrs. Keag asked if this would continue to be the trend. Mr. Chad
Miner asked if he could explain how this has benefited the students. Superintendent Cox stated
that one example would be that the math test scores went up 15% last year and contributes this to
the laptop usage. He continued that previously there was under spending in the technology area.
President Brown stated that this area needed a real overhaul in order to catch up to where other
districts were. Mrs. Keag asked if felt would continue with the $466,000 yearly spending.
Superintendent Cox stated that this year it might be less, but it would probably average out to
approximately that amount.
President Brown appointed Member Heun secretary pro tem.

X. ADJOURNMENT:

Member Weaver, seconded by Member Heun made the motion to adjourn. All members voted
in agreement. TIME: 7:25 P.M
PRESIDENT:______________________________

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