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Bluffton Exempted Village Schools Board of Education Agenda Elementary Media Center November 19, 2012 REGULAR MEETING

1.

7:30 P.M.

CALL TO ORDER: Mr. Fruchey Mr. Lugibihl Mrs. Miller Mr. Scoles Mrs. Smith

2.

APPROVAL OF AGENDA: ______________ moved, seconded by ____________ to approve the agenda as (printed) (modified). Mr. Lugibihl Mrs. Miller Mr. Scoles Mrs. Smith Mr. Fruchey

3.

Passed Failed Vote

APPROVAL OF MINUTES & REPORTS: __________________moved, seconded by __________________the following be approved:  Minutes of the October 15, 2012 regular meeting per copies  October 31, 2012 treasurer’s financial and investment reports as submitted Mrs. Miller Mr. Scoles Mrs. Smith Mr. Fruchey Mr. Lugibihl

4.

INVOLVEMENT OF VISITORS:

5.

TREASURER’S TRANSACTIONS:

Passed Failed Vote

______________ moved, seconded by ______________ the Bluffton Exempted Village Board of Education approve the following transactions:

 Transfers: General Fund to Energy Conservation Loan – H.B. 264 Payment No.______: From: General Fund 001-7200-910-0005 $ 3,925.49 To: Energy Conserv. H.B. 264 Payment 002-5100-000-9002 3,925.49 Due Citizens National Bank PO # _________ Check # __________ Mr. Scoles Mrs. Smith Mr. Fruchey Mr. Lugibihl Mrs. Miller

Passed Failed Vote


6.

ADOPT NEW TEXTBOOK: _______________ moved, seconded by _____________ the Bluffton Exempted Village School Board of Education approve to adopt the following textbook: Building Elementary

Grade Copies 4

95

Name of Textbook Treasures

Department Reading

Mrs. Smith Mr. Fruchey Mr. Lugibihl Mrs. Miller Mr. Scoles

7.

Company McGraw Hill

Copyright 2011

Passed Failed Vote

CONTRACTS, ASSIGNMENTS, RESIGNATION & ETC.: __________________ moved, seconded by __________________ having passed the criminal record check and certification requirement as determined by the State of Ohio Department of Education, the following contracts/assignments, resignation and changes be approved for the 2012-2013 school year:

 Substitute Teacher at $72.00 per day taught: Stephanie DeLong Lisa Youngpeter Sherry Kahle Natalie Winegardner

Andrew Blass Cindy Unruh Jacob Suter Philip Sprunger

Brandon Bucholtz Angela Montgomery Maria Ordonez Moser Jessica Wischmeyer

 Substitute Educational Aide at $9.13 per hour worked: James Lochridge

 Contract – Classified Employee: DeAnn Scott – Bus Driver Step 1 – 1st Contract Year $ 14.46 per hour worked First Day – November 19, 2012

 Student Teaching Assignments: Krista Shorf – Ohio Northern University with Alice Basinger and Kara Gratz January 14 through May 3, 2013 Heather Hardman – Bluffton University with Pamela Heffner January 7 through May 1, 2013 Jillian Siedlecki – Oho Northern University with Jacqueline Bourassa and Natalie Armstrong January 14 through May 3, 2013 Leah Easterling – Ohio Northern University with John George January 14 through May 3, 2013

Virgina Lipp – Ohio Northern University with Elizabeth Cogley January 14 through May 3, 2013

Tyler Wright – Bluffton University with Pamela Riffle January 7 through May 1, 2013


 Resignation: Chris Ackerman – Freshman Boys Basketball – Effective immediately

 Supplemental Contracts: Activity Head Middle School Wrestling Middle School Assistant Cheerleader Advisor Volunteer High School Boys Basketball Volunteer Middle School Boys Basketball

Employee Joshua Falk Chelsea Moran Chris Ackerman Cory Hilty

The Board reserves the right to treat any offer of employment as withdrawn if the contract is not signed and returned within ten (10) business days of mailing. Mr. Fruchey Mr. Lugibihl Mrs. Miller Mr. Scoles Mrs. Smith

8.

Passed Failed Vote

DONATIONS: _______________moved, seconded by _________the Bluffton Exempted Village Board of Education approve the following donations and letters of appreciation be sent: Ford B. Cauffiel Steve Simon

Students For Other Students Wood Stand Holder Mr. Lugibihl Mrs. Miller Mr. Scoles Mrs. Smith Mr. Fruchey

9.

$5,000.00 $ 50.00

Passed Failed Vote

BUS BID ____________ moved, seconded by __________ that the Treasurer designee be authorized to initiate bidding procedures for one 72 passenger transit school bus pursuant to Section 3313.46 and 3327.08 of the revised code. The bids will be opened at 12:00 noon on December 11, 2012 by the Treasurer in the Superintendent’s office. Mrs. Miller Mr. Scoles Mrs. Smith Mr. Fruchey Mr. Lugibihl

10.

Passed Failed Vote

RESOULTION OF NECESSITY: _____________ moved, seconded by ____________ the Bluffton Exempted Village Board of Education approve the following resolution. The Board of Education of the Bluffton Exempted Village School District, Counties of Allen and Hancock, Ohio (the "Board of Education"), met in regular session at 7:30 p.m., on the 19th day of November, 2012, at Bluffton Elementary Media Center, Bluffton, Ohio, with the following members present: ______________________________ moved the adoption of the following resolution:


BLUFFTON EXEMPTED VILLAGE SCHOOL DISTRICT RESOLUTION NO. _______________________ RESOLUTION DECLARING THE NECESSITY OF RAISING $600,000 ANNUALLY FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT PURPOSES WHEREAS, this Board of Education intends to renew its three (3) year school district income tax currently due to expire on December 31, 2013 and collected for the purpose of permanent improvements. BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Education of the Bluffton Exempted Village School District (the "School District"): SECTION 1. That pursuant to the provisions of Section 5748.02 of the Ohio Revised Code as enacted in Substitute Senate Bill 28 of the 118th General Assembly (the "Act"), and as amended, it is necessary to raise $600,000 for school district purposes (as defined in the Act). The income that is to be subject to the tax is taxable income of individuals and estates as defined in divisions (E)(1)(a) and (2) of Section 5748.01 of the Ohio Revised Code. SECTION 2. That pursuant to such Section 5748.02, this board of education hereby applies to the Tax Commissioner of the Ohio Department of Taxation to estimate the property tax rate that would have to be imposed by the School District in the current year to produce the amount set forth in SECTION 1 hereof and to estimate the income tax rate that would have had to have been in effect for the current year as a school district income tax to produce the amount set forth in SECTION 1 hereof. SECTION 3. That the treasurer of this board is hereby directed to certify immediately to the Tax Commissioner of the Ohio Department of Taxation a copy of this resolution. SECTION 4. That it is found and determined that all formal actions of this board of education concerning and relating to the adoption of this resolution were adopted in an open meeting of this board of education, and that all deliberations of this board of education, and of any of its committees that resulted in such formal action, were in meetings open to the public, in compliance with all legal requirements, including Section 121.22 of the Ohio Revised Code, and the rules of this board of education adopted in accordance therewith. _____________________ seconded the motion, and the roll being called upon the question of adoption of the resolution the vote resulted as follows: AYE: NAY: ADOPTED this 19th day of November, 2012.

Treasurer Mr. Scoles Mrs. Smith Mr. Fruchey Mr. Lugibihl Mrs. Miller

Passed Failed Vote


11.

HEARINGS: __________________ moved, seconded by __________________ the following hearings be set: Records Commission Monday, December 17, 2012, at 8:00 P.M. to review the disposal of records as recommended by the treasurer (held in the superintendent’s office). Mrs. Smith Mr. Fruchey Mr. Lugibihl Mrs. Miller Mr. Scoles

12.

Passed Failed Vote

RE-ORGANIZATIONAL/ REGULAR MEETING: _____________ moved, seconded by ____________ the annual Bluffton Exempted Village Board of Education re-organizational/regular meeting be set for January 14, 2013 at 7:30 P.M. in the Elementary Media Center. Mr. Fruchey Mr. Lugibihl Mrs. Miller Mr. Scoles Mrs. Smith

13.

Passed Failed Vote

2013-2014 SCHOOL CALENDAR: _____________moved, seconded by _____________ the Bluffton Exempted Village Board of Education approve the 2013-2014 school calendar. Mr. Lugibihl Mrs. Miller Mr. Scoles Mrs. Smith Mr. Fruchey

14.

Passed Failed Vote

AGREEMENT: __________ moved, seconded by ________ the following agreement be approved as presented: Bluffton Exempted Village School Board of Education approves For Waypoynt TM Medicaid Billing Solution with MSB Consulting Group to provide the Bluffton Exempted Village Schools with Medicaid Billing per agreement. Mrs. Miller Mr. Scoles Mrs. Smith Mr. Fruchey Mr. Lugibihl

15.

APOLLO REPORT:

16.

ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS:

Passed Failed Vote


17.

ADJOURNMENT: At ________ P.M. ____________ moved, seconded by ______________ the meeting adjourn. Mr. Scoles Mrs. Smith Mr. Fruchey Mr. Lugibihl Mrs. Miller

Passed Failed Vote

In order for the Board to fulfill its obligation to complete the planned agenda in an effective and efficient fashion, a maximum of 30 minutes of public participation may be permitted at each meeting. Each person addressing the Board shall give his/her name and address. If several people wish to speak, each person is allotted three minutes until the total time of 30 minutes is used. During that period, no person may speak twice until all who desire to speak have had the opportunity to do so.


Bluffton Exempted Village Schools Board of Education Agenda Elementary Media Center - November 19, 2012 1.

Call to Order

2.

Approval of Agenda

3.

Approval of Minutes and Reports

4.

Involvement of Visitors

5.

Treasurer’s Transactions

6.

Adopt New Textbook

7.

Contracts, Assignments, Resignation & Etc.

8.

Donations

9.

Bus Bid

10.

Resolution of Necessity

11.

Hearings

12.

Re-Organizational/ Regular Meeting

13.

2013-2014 School Calendar

14.

Agreement

15.

Apollo Report

16.

Administrative Reports

17.

Adjournment


November 2012 Bluffton school board agenda