Public Agenda
TYPE: Regular Board Meeting
DATE: 7/27/2021 TIME: 6:00 PM
LOCATION: Wapakoneta Elementary School
DETAILS:
Wapakoneta City Schools Board of Education
 
1.0 CALL TO ORDER
1.1 Call to Order Info
2.0 ROLL CALL OF MEMBERS
2.1 Roll Call Info
3.0 PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
3.1 Pledge of Allegiance Info
4.0 REPORTS TO THE BOARD
4.1 Update on Ohio Senate Bill 210 - Lori McKean-Brace Info
4.2 R. A. Horn Award Presentation to Kaleb Feathers Info
5.0 EDUCATIONAL REPORTS
5.1 Educational reports are presented by administrators Info
6.0 REPORTS FROM THE BOARD
6.1 Reports are presented from the Board Info
7.0 HEARING OF THE PUBLIC REGARDING ITEMS ON THE AGENDA
7.1 Hearing of the Public Regarding Items on the Agenda Info
8.0 ROUTINE BUSINESS Action
A) Adoption of Routine Business
8.1 Approve the following routine business items: Minutes - Monthly Financial Reports - FY '22 Temporary Appropriation Modifications - Donations - Speech and Language Pathology Services Contract - Inter-District Open Enrollment Policy
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B) Minutes
8.2 Approve minutes from the meetings held June 29, 2021, and July 13, 2021.
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C) Financial Matters
8.3 Approve monthly financial reports
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8.4 FY 22 Temporary Appropriation Modifications - Approve the following FY 22 Temporary Appropriation Modifications: Early Childhood Education Expansion Grant - 439-9222 - $124,000; Making Middle School Grades Work - 461-9222 - $8,000; Student Wellness and Success Fund - 467-9220 – ($800,092.32); ESSER II Federal Grant - 507-9222 - $1,399.99; Expanding Opportunities for Each Child Non-Competitive Grant - 572-9322 - $11,770.32; LSTA CARES Act Federal Grant - 599-9221 - $159.44
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D) Acceptance of Donations/Scholarships
8.5 Accept donations from the following: $100 from Kenneth Clark for the Athletic Department; $100 from Amy Kentner/RoadRunner for the Track Team
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E) District Contracts/Agreements
8.6 Speech and Language Pathology Services Contract - Approve a contract whereby Wapakoneta City Schools agrees to provide speech services for St. Marys students that are being served in the Auglaize County Educational Service Center (ESC) units housed in Wapakoneta City Schools' buildings and at the ESC Annex. St. Marys City Schools will pay for speech services quarterly at the rate of $62 per hour. The contract will be in effect for the 2021-22 school year. (copy attached)
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F) Open Enrolled Students
8.7 Inter-District Open Enrollment Policy - Approve continuation of Policy 5113 (Inter-District Open Enrollment) for the 2021-22 school year, accepting students from any district in Ohio.
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9.0 PERSONNEL MATTERS Action
A) Adoption of Personnel Matters
9.1 Approve the following personnel matters: Resignation - Employee Leave - Employment of New Paraeducators, Half-Time Preschool Intervention Specialist, Substitutes, Athletic Event Workers, Supplemental Contracts, and Summer School Workers - Revision of Salary Schedules
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B) Resignations/Retirements
9.2 Accept the following resignation: MICHELLE JOSEPH - effective at the end of the 2020-21 school year
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C) Employee Leaves
9.3 Approve the following employee leaves: EMILY METZ - 6 weeks beginning approximately 8/19/21
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D) Employment of Regular Staff
9.4 Employment of New Paraeducators - Employ the following paraeducators on a limited contract for the 2021-22 school year, pending satisfactory completion of all required paperwork: EMILY AILES - Cridersville Elementary School - Step 1 - $14.56 per hour - 4 days per week at 6.5 hours per day; 1 day per week at 3.5 hours per day; MAGDALENE SCHULTZ - Cridersville Elementary School - Step 1 - $14.56 per hour - 5.92 hours per day
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9.5 Employment of Half-Time Preschool Intervention Specialist - Employ ALYSSA RUPPERT as a half-time preschool intervention specialist for the 2021-22 school year - Bachelors Degree - Step 0 - $20,497.
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E) Employment of Substitutes
9.6 Employ the following substitutes for the 2021-22 school year, pending satisfactory completion of criminal records checks: DACODA HINEGARDNER - Teacher: ELIZABETH HORMAN - Teacher; DEBORAH BEST - Paraeducator; TIANNA THOMPSON - Paraeducator; DEBORAH VANTILBURG - Paraeducator; KYLEA WALKER - Paraeducator
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9.7 Employ the following Speech Language Pathologist substitute for the 2021-22 school year: JANE LAIRD - $39.73 per hour
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F) Employment of Athletic Workers
9.8 Athletic Event Workers - Employ the following athletic event workers beginning with the 2020-21 school year and continuing until terminated by either the worker or Wapakoneta City Schools: LAURA FOLGER; KELLY MAURER; LAYNE REX; CHARLOTTE SCHNIPPEL; JENNIFER ZWIEBEL
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G) Supplemental Contracts
9.9 Employ the following on supplemental contracts: LINDSAY FISHER - Volleyball-Middle School - Step 2 - $3,115.54; MARGARET ROETH - Elementary Music Programs - Step 4 - $1,885.72
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H) Employment of Summer School Workers
9.10 Approve the following summer school coordinator for the summer of 2021: High School - KERRY ASCHETTINO - $1,000
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9.11 Employ the following Instructional Student Intern for the summer of 2021 at the rate of $12 per hour: ERICA KLOPFENSTEIN
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9.12 Employ the following Instructional Staff Member for the summer of 2021 at the rate of $115 per day: KYLEA WALKER
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I) Salary Schedules
9.13 Revision of Salary Schedules - Approve revisions to the following salary schedules, effective July 1, 2021: Cafeteria Manager Salary Schedule; Supervisors/IT Coordinator/Director of Special Education Salary Schedule; Central Office Staff Salary Schedule
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10.0 ADDITIONAL PERSONNEL ITEMS
10.1 WCA Contract Renewal Corrections: Approve corrections to the recently-adopted collective bargaining agreement between the Wapakoneta City Board of Education and the Wapakoneta Classified Association, in effect from July 1, 2021, through June 30, 2024. Action
11.0 ANNOUNCEMENTS
11.1 The next regular meeting will be held on Tuesday, August 24, 2021, at 7:00 p.m. at the Board Office. Info
12.0 HEARING OF THE PUBLIC
12.1 Hearing of the Public Info
13.0 EXECUTIVE SESSION
13.1 Adjourn to Executive Session for the following purpose(s): ( ) Level III grievance hearing with Wapakoneta Education Association, pursuant to Ohio Revised Code 4117.21; ( X ) appointment or employment of public employee, official, licensee, or regulated individual, unless the public employee, official, licensee, or regulated individual requests a public hearing; ( ) purchase of property for public purposes or sale of property; ( ) conference with attorney; ( ) preparing for, conducting, or reviewing negotiations with public employees; ( ) matters to be kept confidential by federal law or rules or state statutes; ( ) security arrangements and emergency response protocols; with no action to be taken. Action
14.0 ADJOURNMENT
14.1 The meeting is adjourned at ______ p.m. Action