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Gilmer County Board of Education Regular Meeting Minutes

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MINUTES
REGULAR MEETING
The Board of Education of the County of Gilmer
Monday, September 24, 2018 – 5:00 p.m.
Central Office

CALL TO ORDER/ROLL CALL

The meeting was called to order by Doug Cottrill, President, at 5:00 pm. Members present: Devin Shackleford, Tammy Stewart, Dave Ramezan and Secretary, Patricia A. Lowther. R.W. Minigh, Absent. Others present: Joe Frashure, Warren Chesser, Toni Bishop, Steve Shuff, Terri Stalnaker, Shelly Mason and Myra Miller.


PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Doug Cottrill led the Pledge of Allegiance.


DELEGATIONS

None - At this time, Mr. Shuff and Mrs. Bishop shared information with the board concerning activities since the beginning of the new school year.


CONSENT AGENDA


Minutes:

The minutes of the September 4th and September 10th, 2018 were approved on a motion by Dave Ramezan and seconded by Tammy Stewart. Motion passed 4-0.


Student Transfers:

Transfers were approved on a motion by Doug Cottrill, seconded by Devin Shackleford. Motion passed 4-0. Field Trips (Out-of-state): There were no out-of-state field trips.


Volunteers:

Volunteers were approved on a motion by Dave Ramezan seconded by Doug Cottrill. Motion passed 4-0.


Treasurer’s Report:

Mr. Chesser appeared before the board and gave information on the balance sheets. The report was approved on a motion by Tammy Stewart, seconded by Devin Shackleford. Motion passed 4-0.


Professional Leave Requests (Out-of-state):

There were no out-of-state leave requests.


NEW BUSINESS


Policy 2120 was approved

Policy 2010 and 2080 was placed on a 30-day review and on a motion by Doug Cottrill, seconded by Tammy Stewart with motion passing 4-0.


Van purchase:

The board gave permission for Mr. Frashure to check options for a new Van purchase and to bring the information back to the board at the next meeting. The motion that was made by Doug Cottrill, seconded by Dave Ramezan, passed 4-0.


Driver’s Education Car:

Superintendent Lowther was given permission to pursue information for the lease/purchase of a driver’s education car, to share with the board at the next meeting, on a motion by Doug Cottrill, seconded by Tammy Stewart. Motion passed 4-0.


OLD BUSINESS

None


Executive Session:

At 5:39 p.m. a motion to go into executive session was made by Doug Cottilll and seconded by Tammy Stewart. Motion passed 4-0.  At 7:00 p.m. the board returned from executive session on a motion Tammy Stewart seconded by Doug Cottrill. Motion passed 4-0.


PERSONNEL

A motion was made by Doug Cottrill, seconded by Devin Shackleford to approve the following personnel agenda, with motion passing 4-0:


SERVICE PERSONNEL

Terri Stalnaker Classroom/Transportation Aide, GCES, 2018-2019.  Caitlyn Walker Rescission of Termination and acceptance of resignation.  At 7:00 p.m, Dave Ramezan left the room and Tammy Stewart moved that the following extracurricular position be approved. Motion was seconded by Devin Shackleford. Motion passed 3-0. Mr. Ramezan returned to the meeting at 7:01 pm.


EXTRACURRICULAR

Janette Ramezan After-School Tutor, GCHS, 2018-2019


ADJOURN

The meeting was adjourned at 7:07 pm on a motion by Devin Shackleford seconded by Tammy Stewart . Motion passed 4-0.

Thanks Mrs. Lowther and the BOE for providing meeting minutes for the public to read.

Those of us who voted for the levy would appreciate receiving specific information for what is being done at the grade school and the high school to make needed improvements for college and career readiness.

Could a current overview and updates throughout the school year be provided to the public?

Why not put the details on websites of the two schools to give the principals a chance to shine?

Comment by Levy Supporter  on  10.16.2018

GULMER COUNTY BOE. It is time for me to let you know some issues that is going on at the High school.  I’m hoping this will be addressed at the next board meeting. 1. It should not matter if an employee has a second job or run a business. The priority job is for the board. One should not be allowed to use any time from the board to run your business. There is going on
If they want to run your business than go but not on the boards time. I would like for all employees be treated the equal. They should not be allowed to use the time the board gives them for other jobs.

Comment by Jo Ann conrad  on  11.11.2018

Unprofessional issues,rude commentsand rolling eyes at the high school has become an issue. Being on cell phone talking to boyfriends,when parents etc.going into the office. Since the teachers were ask not to be on them while students in the classroom. The one in the office should not be allowed to talk personal to her boyfriend, or whoever. Also, I hope this is corrected, the personal days, etc that the board provides to staff shouldn’t be allowed to use to work or operate a second job. Let’s get the priorities straight.

Comment by Jo Ann conrad  on  11.11.2018
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