The board also examined, and approved, a job description for a preschool director, which the district currently does not have, said the superintendent. She explained the district is working with the Head Start program to partner that position, with each entity taking financial responsibility for half. Currently, the position is funded by Head Start.
At last week's meeting of the Board of Education (BOE), Superintendent Dr. Michelle Johnstone reported that of the 559 or 13 percent received as of the meeting on Tuesday, more than 49 percent or 250 plus, contained comments, which have been read multiple times.
Board members also approved a new mission statement for the district that reads, "Our mission is to provide a Prada Sunglasses White Arms safe educational environment for students and staff while inspiring in becoming the premier school district in Colorado, ensuring that each student has solid roots and agile wings to attain any dream."
If the measure is placed on the ballot and approved by voters, it could raise between $950,000 to $1 million for the Brush district.
The superintendent also reported that, in its first week, all buildings in the district were reporting good attendance in the summer school program. The program continues this week, takes a one week break and continues July 8 19.
She also noted the district is moving ahead with its security measures, with Maintenance Director Barry Quinlin measuring buildings for wiring.
"It's a duplication of effort to have one for us and one for Head Start," Johnstone told the board.
entity is back up and doing construction.
The survey also asked voters if the district should move forward with placing the MLO on the November ballot. Of those returned, 80 or 14.3 percent strongly agree, while 111 or 19.9 percent agree. Those disagreeing with placing the issue on the ballot stood at 106 or 19 percent, with 237 or 42.4 percent strongly disagreeing. Another 25 or 4.4 percent had no opinion.
work going into school improvement and all the goals we have for the district," Dillehay stated.
Board members also approved the transfer of Aaron Cummings from Thomson to the middle school as the physical education teacher and Ellen Simmons from Beaver Valley to a language arts teaching position at the middle school, as well as the retirement of Judith Hepner, middle school computer applications teacher, effective August 31.
been serving approximately 70 for lunch.
BOE members also approved Dixon's application for consideration to continue as a member of the EAGLE Net Alliance board.
When asked whether voters agreed with MLO, which would help recover a portion of the reduction in state funding and provide adequate opportunities for Brush students, 191, 34.1 percent agreed, 325, 58.1 percent disagreed with the proposal. Another 43 or 7.8 percent had no opinion either way.
Majority opposes Brush mill levy override
Board member Warren Walker asked for an update on the summer lunch and breakfast program. "The number are much higher at the park than we originally anticipated," Johnstone said. According to her report, the district has Prada Sling Bag 2017
Buyers from the June 8 auction came from all over including Akron, Greeley, Fort Collins and New Mexico.
Oberg also provided a brief update on the auction of district items held recently at Brush Middle School.
The board acknowledged and thanked Greg McKenzie for assisting with the evaluation of Johnstone, with Walker commenting, "If you have ever tried it the old way, this way is a breath of fresh air."
Mike Dixon, who also serves on the board for EAGLE Net Alliance, reported that after being shut down for a brief period of time, the Prada Wallet Clutch
"We were very happy with the turnout," he commented, adding that final numbers will be available at the next board meeting.
In other financial matters, board members approved resolutions regarding the Pupil Activity Agency Fund, as well as the Beginning Fund Balance. Both, according to Oberg, are required by state statute.
"Brush is hooked up. There have been a lot of challenges with that, but it looks like you've got a good project," board president Don Dillehay commented.
Of more than 4,200 surveys mailed to voters in the Brush School District recently, district administration had received more than 250 public comments regarding a mill levy override (MLO).
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Additional action included employment of Kim Kraich as the high school head girls basketball coach and Randall Pfeiffer as a bus driver.
With one change, board members approved the consensus agenda that included the employment of Amelia Baltazar as English as a second language teacher and Natasha Ray, preschool teacher at Thomson Primary School. Employed at Beaver Valley Elementary School were Michelle Stockham, third grade teacher and Sarah Brunkhardt as a Special Education paraprofessional. New faces at Brush Middle School include Dana Smith, seventh grade language arts, Sharon Rutz, ESL/Reading Intervention and Cary Holman in math intervention.
"All of the buses went for more than we anticipated. We anticipated between $1,300 and $1,500 per bus, but they went for $1,900 to $2,100 each," he explained. "We were definitely pleasantly surprised."
After brief discussion and agreement to add an assistant science fair sponsorship stipend for the middle school at Step 11 ($3,300), board members approved a resolution to adopt the 2013 14 annual budget, with Oberg reminding BOE members that the audit begins July 1. on Monday of this week.
New personnel at Brush High School will be Jamie Blatter, family and consumer science, Bradley Bass, social studies, and Travis Minne, math teacher.
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