5-21-2012

 

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MINUTES

REGULAR MEETING OF THE ALLEGHANY COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD

May 21, 2012

The Alleghany County School Board held its regular meeting on May 21, 2012 at 6:00 p.m. in the Gleason Forum Hall at Clifton Middle School, Covington, Virginia.

PRESENT: R. Joe Anderson; William W. Angle; T. Troy Barbour, Vice Chairman; Stacey P. Bryant, Chairman; Robert A. Fridley; Patsy G. McKinney; and Norman L. Persinger. Also present: Dr. Sarah T. Campbell, Superintendent/Clerk and Lorie C. Bess, Deputy Clerk.

ABSENT:

Chairman Bryant called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. The call to order was followed by a moment of silence and the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance.

Chairman Bryant announced the following addition to the agenda:

1. Agenda item 12-291, “Budget Update” is an information item and will be inserted after agenda item 12-281.

2. Agenda item #12-286, Closed Session, will include discussion of Legal Matters, pursuant to Section 2.2-3711.A.7 of the Code of Virginia

(12-257) APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF APRIL 2, 2012 REGULAR MEETING

MOTION: That the Board approve the minutes of the April 2, 2012 regular meeting.
MOTION:Mr. Barbour
SECOND: Mr. Fridley
ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous

(12-258) APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF APRIL 16, 2012 WORK SESSION

MOTION: That the Board approve the minutes of the April 16, 2012 work session.
MOTION: Mr. Barbour
SECOND: Mr. Fridley
ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous

COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION

(12-259) OPENING REMARKS AND WELCOME BY FRED VAUGHAN, PRINCIPAL, ALLEGHANY HIGH SCHOOL Mr. Vaughan read the following statement: “Chairman Bryant, School Board members, and Dr. Campbell: On behalf of the students, staff, and greater community, welcome and good evening. As you know, we have three Blue Ridge District tournament events being held at the high school this evening. On any given night, Alleghany High School is a vibrant and active school with athletic events, the arts, and extended learning opportunities. Next week 210 students will graduate from Alleghany High School. These students represent yet another reminder of the dedication and hard work of many who have influenced their schooling to date. They are a group we can all be proud of. This group has now earned over $700,000 in local and college scholarships as they extend their training. As we close the year, let me thank you for your continued support of our school and school community.”

(12-260) REMARKS BY ROBERT TUCKER, ALLEGHANY HIGH SCHOOL PTSO REPRESENTATIVE

Mr. Tucker thanked the School Board for its support and stated Clifton Middle School is a perfect symbol of the commitment from the School Board and Board of Supervisors to the future of the children of Alleghany County. He stated he understands the School Board is dealing with a difficult budget year and tough decisions must be made, but the PTSO will continue to support them.

(12-261) REMARKS BY LACY MEYER, ALLEGHANY HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR CLASS REPRESENTATIVE

Ms. Meyer welcomed everyone to the meeting and stated there are many school events taking place at Alleghany High School, including the senior assembly, picnic, and prom this weekend. She stated students were very appreciative of the many scholarships they received during Senior Awards Night.

(12-262) SCHOOL BOARD COMMENDATIONS

SELECTIONS FOR GIRLS’ STATE CONFERENCE: Kassie Hall, Lacy Shifflett,
and Jordan Spraker
SELECTIONS FOR BOYS’ STATE CONFERENCE: Eric Barbour, Austin Cole,
and George Taylor
SELECTIONS TO SUMMER RESIDENTIAL GOVERNOR’S SCHOOL: Eric Barbour
and Shane Clarke

ALLEGHANY HIGH SCHOOL REPRESENTATIVE FOR HUGH O-BRIAN YOUTH
LEADERSHIP SEMINAR
: Courtney Glover

FIRST PLACE IN VIRGINIA DECA STOCK MARKET COMPETITION: Daniel McCormick
and Brandon Rice

(12-263) SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER COMMENTS

Mr. Persinger thanked everyone for attending the meeting and congratulated everyone on their commendations.

Mr. Angle congratulated the students on their achievements.

Mr. Fridley thanked all employees for another outstanding academic year and stated he was proud to be a member of this community.

Mrs. McKinney thanked everyone for attending the meeting and commended the students on their awards.

Mr. Anderson stated the division has remarkable students. He stated he was glad to see good attendance for the meeting.

Mr. Barbour thanked Mrs. Siple for hosting the meeting on short notice.

Dr. Campbell informed the Board members they had a draft of the Teacher Performance Evaluation document at their seats to review for an upcoming meeting. She commended the students and staff for their accomplishments. She congratulated upcoming graduates and stated it is the goal and hope for all students to reach that milestone. She thanked the Alleghany High School staff for their dedicated work although they are not in favorable conditions without having air conditioning. She thanked everyone for attending the meeting.

Mrs. Bryant thanked Board of Supervisors members Cletus Nicely and Shannon Cox for attending the meeting. She noted the recent budget meetings and work sessions of the School Board were open to the public, although no one attended. She thanked everyone for giving the School Board an opportunity to give accurate information and taking time out of their busy schedules to attend.

BUDGET AND FINANCE

(12-264) BUDGET REPORT

School Operating Fund

$1,697,265.02

School Textbook Fund

$924,033.35

Alleghany Foundation Nursing Grant

$53,356.84

Governor’s School

$40,304.53

Scholarship

$81,561.31

Alleghany Foundation Mental Health Initiative

$10,791.00

School Capital

$1,750,370.99

Medicaid Reimbursement

$505,617.15

Grand Total

$5,063,300.19

 

(12-265) PAYMENT OF BILLS

MOTION: That the Board approve the payment of bills, as presented.
MOTION: Mr. Angle
SECOND: Mrs. McKinney
ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous

(12-266) MARCH 31 STUDENT MEMBERSHIP REPORT

Dr. Campbell reported that the final submission date to the Virginia Department of Education for our March 31, 2011 average daily membership (ADM) was May 1, 2012. The average daily membership is a cumulative average of our division-level enrollment from the first day of school through March 31. It incorporates prorated membership for students who leave or enroll in the division during the year. The March 31, average daily membership is a major component in the process by which the Virginia Department of Education computes our annual funding. Our final March 31, 2012 average daily membership for the division was 2,659.06 which reflects a decrease in membership of 68.35 (2.51%) from one year ago. Our 2012 budget was based upon 2,685.

(12-267) CAFETERIA REPORT

Mr. Kenny Higgins, Director of Administrative Services, presented the cafeteria report. He reported an ending cash balance of $479,503 for March and $542,919 for April.

PUBLIC COMMENT

(12-268) STEVE ARTHUR

Mr. Arthur thanked the School Board for the opportunity to express his concern. He informed the Board that a local business, which is located directly beside Boiling Spring Elementary School, is trying to obtain an on-premise ABC license. He stated, “Having a beer joint that close to an elementary school is inappropriate.” He stated anything the School Board could do to stop this would be appreciated. Chairman Bryant thanked him for his comments and stated the Board would take it into consideration. He further stated he is willing to help in any way to keep Boiling Spring Elementary School from closing.

SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORTS & RECOMMENDATIONS

(12-269) CALENDAR INFORMATION
Dr. Campbell reminded the Board of the following meetings

- June 1 – VSBA Workshop: School Law Update at Charlottesville Omni

- June 2, 10:00 a.m. – Alleghany High School graduation at DSLCC
- June 25, 6:00 p.m. – Regular meeting at Central office complex
- June 26, 12:00 p.m. – Joint Board of Control at JRTC (Dr. Campbell reported that
this meeting was changed to June 19)
- July 9, 6:00 p. m. – Year-end close-out, annual organizational, and regular meeting at Central office
- June monthly calendar

(12-270) AUTHORIZATION OF SIGNATURES IN ABSENCE OF SUPERINTENDENT

Dr. Campbell explained that the Virginia Department of Education requires the School Board to annually designate two individuals to sign forms in the absence of the superintendent. Dr. Campbell recommended Ms. Jan Hobbs, Director of Human Resources and Pupil Personnel, and Mrs. Mary Jane Mutispaugh, Director of Instruction, to be authorized to sign state reports in the superintendent’s absence.

MOTION: That the Board approve Ms. Jan Hobbs and Mrs. Mary Jane Mutispaugh to serve as signature designees in the absence of the superintendent.
MOTION: Mr. Fridley
SECOND: Mr. Barbour
ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous

(12-271) APPROVAL OF LOCAL PLAN FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE GIFTED

Mrs. Mutispaugh presented the Local Plan for the Education of the Gifted for Board approval. It was reviewed and approved by the ACPS Local Advisory Committee for the Education of the Gifted.

MOTION: That the Board approve the Local Plan for the Education of the Gifted, as presented.
MOTION: Mr. Barbour
SECOND: Mr. Angle
ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous

(12-272) APPROVAL OF ENGLISH / LANGUAGE ARTS TEXTBOOK PURCHASE

Mrs. Mutispaugh presented a list of textbooks for adoption and purchase at a total cost of $268,021.93.

MOTION: That the Board approve the purchase of the English/Language Arts textbooks at a total cost of $268,021.93 as presented.
MOTION: Mr. Fridley

SECOND: Mr. Anderson

ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous

(12-273) APPROVAL OF ELEMENTARY SELF-CONTAINED SPECIAL EDUCATION CLASSROOM

Dr. Elizabeth Heath, Director of Special Education, presented information regarding the creation of an elementary level self-contained special education classroom. The class will serve students in elementary grades that meet or will meet the requirements for the aligned standard curriculum. This class will also serve students impacted by autism who need early intensive intervention to enable them to succeed in the public school. This setting will enable the division to provide appropriate services for elementary students with high level service needs within the parameters of budget decreases and reduced staffing.

MOTION: That the Board approve the elementary self-contained special education classroom,
as presented.
MOTION: Mr. Anderson
SECOND: Mr. Barbour
ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous

(12-274) APPROVAL OF CONTRACT FOR BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS SERVICES FOR 2012-2013

Dr. Elizabeth Heath presented information regarding a rate quote from Centra Health for provision of behavior analysis services for the 2012-2013 school year. Behavior analysis services are required to provide appropriate programming and staff development for working with students with Autism Spectrum Disorders and students with behavior problems with other identified disabilities. The rates are as follows: Board Certified Behavior Analyst/Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst: $125 per hour; Candidate/Trainer (Intern): $75 per hour; Travel: $75 per day.

MOTION: That the Board approveCentra Health for behavior analysis services, as presented.
MOTION: Mr. Fridley
SECOND: Mr. Angle
ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous

(12-275) APPROVAL OF PROPERTY INSURANCE PROVIDER

Dr. Campbell stated two proposals were received. She recommended Virginia Association of Counties (VACo) be approved as the property insurance provider at a total cost of $142,329.

MOTION: That the Board approve Virginia Association of Counties (VACo) as the property
insurance provider for 2012-2017, as presented.
MOTION: Mr. Barbour
SECOND: Mr. Anderson
ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous

(12-276) APPROVAL OF CONTRACT FOR COPIERS

Dr. Campbell recommended that Ricoh USA, Inc. (formerly IKON Office Solutions) be awarded the three-year contract for the provision of digital copiers and related service effective July 1, 2012. She noted that Ricoh is our incumbent provider and we have received excellent service from them for the past six years.

The annual cost is $67,491.65, which provides service for 13 digital copiers.

MOTION: That the Board approve Ricoh as the provider for copier services, as presented.
MOTION: Mr. Fridley
SECOND: Mr. Barbour
ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous

(12-277) APPROVAL OF SCHOOL BUS PURCHASES

Mr. Higgins stated three quotes were received for two 77-passenger buses. He recommended purchasing the two buses from Kingmor Supply at a total cost of $161,960.

MOTION: That the Board approve the purchase of two 77-passenger buses from Kingmor
Supply at a cost of $161,960.00, as presented.
MOTION: Mr. Angle
SECOND: Mr. Fridley
ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous

(12-278) APPROVAL OF BUS FUEL MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT

Mr. Higgins recommended the fuel mileage reimbursement rate of $1.25 per mile for 2012-2013.

MOTION: That the Board approve the bus fuel mileage reimbursement rate at $1.25 per
mile for 2012-2013, as presented.
MOTION: Mr. Anderson
SECOND: Mrs. McKinney
ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous

(12-279) APPROVAL OF VEHICLE FUEL AND HEATING OIL BIDS FOR 2012-2013

Mr. Higgins presented the bid results for the provision of fuel and heating oil for 2012-2013. Three sealed bids were received with James River Petroleum being the lowest responsive bidder. Mr. Higgins recommended approval of James River Petroleum with an estimated annual cost of $790,871.

MOTION: That the Board approve James River Petroleum for the provision of fuel and heating
oil for 2012-2013, as presented.
MOTION: Mr. Barbour
SECOND: Mr. Anderson
ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous

(12-280) APPROVAL OF SALE OF SURPLUS PROPERTY

Mr. Higgins presented a recommendation to dispose of a 1978 Chevrolet dump truck with snow plow and heavy duty trailer via sealed bid.

MOTION: That the Board approve the sale of said surplus property, as presented.
MOTION: Mr. Fridley
SECOND: Mr. Anderson
ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous

FIELD TRIP REQUESTS

Chairman Bryant requested the three field trips be approved under one motion. There were no objections from Board members.

(12-282) 40 PLAYERS OF AHS FOOTBALL TEAM TO HAGERSTOWN, MD, JULY 15-18, 2012

(12-283) 5 AHS FFA STUDENTS TO STATE FFA CONVENTION, VA TECH, JUNE 18-21, 2012

(12-284) 5 AHS YEARBOOK STUDENTS TO GETTYSBURG COLLEGE, GETTYSBURG,
PA, JULY 15-19, 2012

MOTION: That the Board approve the three field trip requests, as presented.
MOTION: Mr. Angle
SECOND: Mr. Barbour
ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous

(12-285) COMMUNICATIONS

Dr. Campbell stated the following meeting notes were provided in the packet for information purposes:

-Classified Advisory Committee
-Parent Advisory Committee
-Minority Advisory Committee
-Teacher Advisory Committee
-JRTC Monthly Report

(12-281) CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND OPERATIONAL MAINTENANCE UPDATE

Mr. Higgins stated the maintenance department has been very busy completing work orders. He commended Rick Bradshaw for fixing the water problem at Mountain View Elementary and Clifton Middle School so that SOL testing could resume the normal schedule.

(12-291) budget update

Dr. Campbell reviewed the attached PowerPoint presentation. She emphasized the primary goal of the proposed budget is to protect the instructional program for students. She noted the local composite index (LCI) increased this year, which resulted in a decrease in funding. She also noted the division did not meet its student enrollment projection. She reminded everyone that school employees have not had salary increases in four years.

Following Dr. Campbell’s budget presentation, Chairman Bryant read the following statement: “As Chairman of the Alleghany County School Board, it is my recommendation that we direct Dr. Campbell to set up a public hearing to close two schools; Boiling Spring Elementary and Sharon Elementary. This decision was not made quickly, easily, or with little thought. In fact, there have been many sleepless nights attributed to this budget. As you all know, there are always two sides to every story. Therefore, I will recall the last few months for you and give you the background information as to how we got here this late in the year. In February, we had a Communication Committee meeting with the Board of Supervisors. That meeting was attended by Steve Bennett, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors; Carolyn Barnette, Vice-Chairman of the Board of Supervisors; John Strutner, County Administrator; Susan Meyers, County Financial Director; myself; Troy Barbour, Vice-Chair of the School Board; Dr. Sarah Campbell, Superintendent; and Keven Rice, School Financial Director. In that meeting, we informed them that the school board would be making a request to the Board of Supervisors in the amount of $1.7 million dollars. A few things were made clear to the school board during that meeting. First, the Board of Supervisors would have to raise taxes by 17 cents to account for our deficit, someone needs to stand-up and be a leader and Clifton Forge has closed all of its schools and has done just fine in the end, do what need you need to do.I began having conversations with Steve Bennett, and we worked together to find the best resolution to our dilemma. I let him know immediately that we would have to close two schools in order to balance our budget if they were unable to provide additional funding to us. He seemed to understand our needs. I told him we had a work session scheduled soon and that Dr. Campbell would prepare a budget presentation and it would include closing two schools. Again, I was told, “Do what you need to do.” On the day of our work session, I was asked to hold off on the school closings for right now. The Board of Supervisors would see what they could do for us. I made it clear that it was urgent that we begin to notify our Board and the public of our intentions to look into closing schools. However, on good faith, I had very strong hope and reason to believe the Board of Supervisors would find a way to fund our budget gap for one year, knowing that schools would have to close the following year. In March, we unanimously passed a proposed budget with a $1.7 million shortfall. We presented that budget to the Board of Supervisors a week or so later. I begged and pleaded with them the urgency of the money requested, and that we had nowhere else to turn to cover this shortfall. We would not have made an unprecedented request of this amount if it were not completely necessary. I continued my conversations with Mr. Bennett, keeping him informed and updated that we needed to close two schools to balance the budget if they were unable to help us. He again provided me with hope and strong reason to believe that the money would be available for one year to keep the schools open. He and I discussed and agreed on standing united and presenting a restructuring of Alleghany County Public Schools, which would include the closing of two elementary schools. We talked about getting ahead of the student population loss and finding a permanent solution that causes the least damage to the least amount of people. Several of us attended a recent work session held by the Board of Supervisors where they discussed providing the School Board with additional funds of $300,000. That was it, the best they could provide, unless they significantly raised taxes and dipped into their general fund balance. Mr. Bennett finally asked me for a final bottom dollar amount that we would need to keep the schools going for one more year. I responded with another amount that was significantly less than the original $1.7 million request, and it included elimination of the employee pay raises and reduced funding to JRTC. At this point, it became very clear that there was hope that we would be spared one year to allow us plenty of time to prepare the public and plan out the school closures in a timely manner. I met with Dr. Campbell and Troy Barbour to discuss the latest budget updates, and was more than hopeful that we would receive the funding we needed from the Board of Supervisors. We had a work session scheduled the following Monday. Mr. Angle was the only one that had indicated earlier that he would not be available to attend the work session. Because of the volatile nature of school closures, we needed to inform Mr. Angle immediately of the budget update. Dr. Campbell and I met with him in her office and relayed the new budget information to Mr. Angle. We did not want to add an element of surprise to him, knowing he would be gone during the night of the work session. On the afternoon of our work session, Mr. Bennett called to let me know that $300,000 was the best he could do and that taxes would be raised to generate the funds to provide additional money to the School Board. I thanked him for all of his efforts and did tell him that the School Board would move forward on its plan to close schools, this year. During our work session that night, I delivered this same story to the School Board. After much discussion, all six of us attending the meeting unanimously agreed to direct Dr. Campbell in going forward with closing the schools at the end of this school year. I followed up with Mr. Bennett the next morning. I told him the direction the School Board planned to move forward on, and he said he understood. I pointedly asked him if he told his Board our plans to look into closing schools this year and he indicated that yes his Board knew, understood, didn’t like it, but knew we had to do what we had to do. There was no intention of being secretive or trying to hide from the truth. I had only hoped that our students and employees could be protected until we could work out a solution. If you know me, you will know that I am one of the most fair and truthful persons you will ever meet. I am not placing blame on the Board of Supervisors as they are quite generous to our school division. I suppose some of you may blame us, the School Board. But the blame lies directly on job loss to our area, with Lear and AET having closed several years ago, it left many families without work. Without work, families have no choice but to leave our area. Without jobs, there are no additional tax revenues available to the local governments. We can blame the federal government, the State of Virginia; the list goes on and on. Nevertheless, the reality is, this is where we are. We have lost approximately 400 students since 2005. That number equals more than half the population of Mountain View Elementary or more than 2 of the smaller elementary schools. This has not been a political game, using our students to gain funding or to get your attention. Keep in mind the smaller elementary schools were built to educate our students in grades K-7, not K-5 as they are today. Those of you that spend time at our schools will recognize there are many empty classrooms.I want to thank each one of you for taking the time out of your busy schedules to attend tonight’s meeting. I would like to remind you all that our meetings and budget work sessions are open to the public, unless otherwise stated. Please feel free to attend them anytime. Also, a Public Hearing will be held on Monday, June 4 at 6 pm at Gleason Hall to discuss closing Boiling Spring Elementary and Sharon Elementary. Following that hearing, the Board will take formal action on closing the schools and approving the final budget for the fiscal year 2012-2013. Thank you for your time.”

Mr. Barbour stated Dr. Campbell was asked to research what closing the two schools would save, and that is the information she gave. He noted when the Board was notified they would be receiving level funding plus $300,000 from the Board of Supervisors they were forced to look into the “catastrophic” budget reduction category, which included eliminations.

Mr. Fridley thanked everyone for coming to the meeting and stated this has been the most challenging budget year in his twelve year history on the Board. He stated the Board of Supervisors supports the school system but they also are having a difficult budget year. He stated the Board is not willing to compromise on the desperate needs of Alleghany High School to balance the budget.

Mr. Angle requested the record show that he was on vacation during the work session on May 14. He stated he does not support closing the two elementary schools. He said he would like to keep the schools open one more year to allow people to adjust. He stated he understands the Board of Supervisors is also limited but he hopes they can give more funding to the schools.

Mr. Persinger stated the main goal of the Board is to put the kids first but that we are unable to sustain what we currently have. He stated it is unfortunate to have to make these decisions but there are no other options. He stated he supports closing the two schools in an effort to sustain quality education in the division as a whole.

Mrs. McKinney agreed with Mr. Fridley’s comments and stated she doesn’t see any other way to balance the budget besides closing the two schools.

Mrs. Bryant reminded everyone of the public hearing on June 4 at 6:00 p.m. at Gleason Forum Hall. The Board will further discuss closing the two schools and will take a vote at the end of the hearing, she noted.

CLOSED SESSION

(12-286) CODE OF VIRGINIA: PERSONNEL 2.2-3711.A.1, STUDENT MATTERS, AND LEGAL MATTERS

MOTION: That the School Board enter closed session to discuss Personnel Matters,
Student Matters and Legal Matters, as authorized by the Code of Virginia Sections
2.2-3711A.1 and 2.2-3711.A.2 and 2.2-3711.A.7.
MOTION: Mr. Angle
SECOND: Mr. Anderson
ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous
TIME: 7:50 p.m.

MOTION: That the School Board return to open session from closed session.
MOTION: Mr. Angle
SECOND: Mr. Barbour
ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous
TIME: 9:05 p.m.

CERTIFICATION OF EXECUTIVE SESSION

The Chairman requests a motion to certify that to the best of each member’s knowledge:

  1. Only public business matters lawfully exempted from opening meeting requirements by Virginia law were discussed in the closed meeting to which this certification applies; and
  2. Only such public business matters as were identified in the motion convening the closed meeting were heard, discussed or considered by the School Board.

MOTION: Mr. Barbour
SECOND: Mrs. McKinney
ROLL CALL VOTE: Mr. Anderson - YES Mr. Fridley - YES
Mr. Angle - YES Mrs. McKinney - YES
Mr. Barbour - YES Mr. Persinger - YES
Mrs. Bryant – YES
7 -YES 0 - ABSENT 0 - NO

TIME: 9:10 p.m.

____________________________________ _______________________________

Chairman, Alleghany County School BoardClerk

PERSONNEL

(12-287) PERSONNEL ACTIONS

MOTION: That the Board approve all personnel actions, as recommended by the Superintendent.
MOTION: Mr. Anderson
SECOND: Mr. Fridley
ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous

(12-288) SUMMER SCHOOL STAFF APPOINTMENTS

MOTION: That the Board approve all summer school staff appointments, as recommended by the Superintendent.
MOTION: Mr. Anderson
SECOND: Mr. Angle
ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous

(12-289) APPROVAL OF REVISIONS TO JOB DESCRIPTIONS

MOTION: That the Board approve the revisions to job descriptions for the Executive Secretary
to Director of Human Resources and Pupil Personnel, the Executive Secretary to the Director
of Special Education, and the Executive Secretary to the Director of Instruction, as recommended
by the Superintendent.
MOTION:Mr. Anderson
SECOND: Mr. Angle
ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous

PUPIL PERSONNEL

(12-290) DISPOSITION OF PUPIL PERSONNEL CASES

MOTION: That the Board approve the disposition of the pupil personnel cases, as
discussed in closed session and recommended by the Superintendent.
MOTION: Mr. Anderson
SECOND: Mrs. McKinney
ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous

OTHER BUSINESS

(12-288) ADDITIONS to agenda

ADJOURNMENT

MOTION: That the May 21, 2012 regular meeting of the Alleghany County School
Board be adjourned.
MOTION: Mr. Angle
SECOND: Mr. Barbour
ROLL CALL VOTE: Unanimous
TIME: 9:20 p.m.

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Chairman, Alleghany County School Board Clerk