The Board of Training of Neighborhood Unit College District #three, Fulton County met in an everyday assembly Tuesday, Feb. 18 within the Center/Excessive College Library.
President Sue McCance known as the assembly to order at 6:30 p.m. with Mr. Corsaw, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Deakin, Mr. Gorsuch, Mrs. McCance, Mr. Wallace and Mrs. Wilson answering roll name.
President Sue McCance led the board within the Pledge of Allegiance.
Whereas recognizing the general public, Mrs. Rachel Hanson spoke to the Board on behalf of the After-Promenade Committee about using buses to move college students to After-Promenade.
David Pistorius from First Mid State, offered the brand new 2020 bond schedule. The funds might be used for repairs on the elementary constructing. He famous the tax fee will go from 76.1% to 41.three% and the District would have three years to make use of the funds to finish the challenge.
Underneath communications, Mrs. Simmons-Kenser shared attendance stories from each buildings.
Through the Principal’s report, Mr. Braun introduced Elizabeth Markley was the Senior of the Month for February.
The District Spelling Bee was held Jan. 27. The winner was Kacie White, fifth grade; runner-up was Dalen Bradford, fifth grade; and alternate was Washita Bradford, eighth grade.
The Canton VFW honored 5 college students for getting into the Voice of Democracy contest. Raytheon Jones, Dayzi Barker, Graci Scharping, Abbi Corsaw, and Emma Utsinger earned money prizes for his or her essays.
The Nationwide Honor Society has new members: Abigail Corsaw, Graci Scharping, Miranda Viano, Quentin Gilpin and Emma Utsinger.
There are 24-eight man soccer groups dedicated to the upcoming season.
Mrs. Simmons-Kenser introduced the January Buzzy Bee winner was Izabella Stambaugh from Mrs. McLean’s class.
The elementary was effectively represented within the District Spelling Bee.
First place winner was Kacie White and Dalen Bradford took second place. Each are college students in Mrs. Hughes’ fifth grade class.
Kacie positioned second on the County Spelling Bee held Feb. 10 in Lewistown.
The Board went into government session at 7:49 p.m.
Following the closed session the Board took a number of motion gadgets.
The common session minutes and closed session minutes for the Jan. 13 assembly had been authorised as amended.
The payments of the varsity district for January and February had been authorised within the quantity of $136,810.91.
Different gadgets authorised beneath the consent agenda had been:
•Designation of depository of District funds for the 2020-21 college 12 months
•The Superintendent was directed to hunt gas/oil merchandise, bread and milk bids for the 2020-21 college 12 months
•The primary studying of Board coverage updates took place-approve the proposed 2020-21 college calendar
•Launch of the earlier six months of closed session minutes
•FCCLA State Convention in Springfield
•FFA District Proficiency Interviews in Jacksonville
•FFA Ladies in Ag Convention in Decatur
•FFA State Meals Vet and Science Journey to Joliet
•FFA State Awards Day in Champaign
Underneath the Superintendent’s report, Mrs. Simmons-Kenser offered the standing of the FY 20 funds.
FOIA requests by Good Procure and Illinois Retired Lecturers had been each dealt with as required.
Dialogue of the highschool health club ground refinishing, updating requirements and design was mentioned. It was determined the highest two designs can be given to the coed physique and they’d be the deciding issue as to which one might be chosen.
The District utilized for the Property Tax Aid Grant. Out of 233 candidates, 39 had been chosen, however the District was not certainly one of them.
Underneath new enterprise, the Board accepted the resignation of BJ McCullum, Excessive College PE trainer.
The Board additionally prolonged MS/HS Principal Braun’s contract by means of June 30, 2025; rehired Jay Brenner as Assistant Principal for the Center/Excessive College for the 20-21 college 12 months; rehired Bridgette Dennis as Particular Training Administrator for the 2020-21 college 12 months; prolonged Angela Simmons-Kenser’s contract by means of 2025.
Raymond Younger was authorised as volunteer for the Excessive College baseball program.
The Board adopted a decision offering for the problem of Common Obligation College Bonds, Collection 2020 of the District for the aim of altering and reconstruction of faculty buildings and buying and putting in gear therein for fireplace and security, vitality conservation and faculty safety functions, offering for the levy of a direct annual tax ample to pay the principal and curiosity on mentioned bonds, and authorizing the sale of bonds to the purchaser thereof.
The assembly was adjourned at 11:10 p.m.
The following common assembly might be held Monday, March 9, 6:30 p.m. within the Elementary Library, 652 East Major Avenue, Cuba.