Aline-Cleo School Board members tackled a host of rehires for the 2021-22 School Year during their regular meeting May 5.
After calling the meeting to order and recording members present, board member Kalei Cell was administered the Oath of Office for Deputy Clerk.
Meeting then moved to Executive Session at 7:04 p.m., for the purpose of discussing employment, renewal, nonrenewal, appointment, promotion, demotion, discipline, resignations and salaries of certified and noncertified personnel for the 2021-22 school year.
After an Executive Session of just under two hours, members voted to reconvene into Open Session at 9:02 p.m.
Members then voted to approve the renewal of the following staff for the 2021-22 school year: Kirsten Harrison; April Cosper and Morgan Glover for extra duty as summer custodial duty; Shawna Clepper; Gena Davis; Stephanie Ewald; Charles Frech; Morgan Glover; Hope Hamen; Ryan Hammer; Hunter Haworth (Reames); Christy Kerfoot-Tidwell; Karan Meyer; Randy Pullan; Nola Beth Smith and Rebecca Warfield for certified personnel.
The following Support Personnel were also renewed for the 2021-22 school year: April Cosper, Misty Lawrence, Maria Navarro, Kristy Schroeder, Teresa Skinner, Sherri Sloan and Dacia Wallace.
A motion to approve or disapprove entering into a contract with OKES for the 2021-22 school year was tabled until the next meeting.
An agreement between the school district and the Major County Treasurers Office for pro rated shares of interest was approved. It was noted the item is approved on a yearly basis.
The Aline-Cleo Schools Procurement Plan and Child Nutrition Program for the 2021-22 school year was approved. It was noted the procurement is required to be updated every three years.
General Fund Encumbrances 120-121 in the amount of -$1,182.02; Child Nutrition Fund Encumbrances 7-19 in the amount of $1,074.80; and Building Fund Total Encumbrances in the amount of -$7,937.09 were approved. It was noted the process to close out the current school year is underway, which is why the accounts reflect a negative figure.
Superintendent Barry Nault then presented his report to the board. He stated the district was able to get rock donated for the elementary and high school parking lots. New riding mowers are here and in use.
Times for Baccalaureate and Graduation were then discussed before the meeting adjourned.