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Page Eight The Carlisle Citizen Thursday, May 22, 2014 Carlisle Area Historical Society httwJ/cahs.webs.com] SENIOR CLASS 1948 Back row: Bob Preston, Bud Schrer, Junior Shaw, Joe Pegram, Ray Chambers, George Justus, Bob Foulke. Middle row: John Henrichs, Glenn Petre, Dale Shawhan, Barbara Prall, Margaret Love, Jerry Crouse, Beverly Gamble. Front row: Eleanor Palmer, Patty Bunce (Knowles,) Lueva Dillman, Betty Chambers, Twyla Rawson, Cherry Patterson (Mott .) Thanks to Anne Underwood for the picture and information. Submitted by Carol Murphy at Carmrphy6@msn.com Memorial Day Activities Memorial Day graveside services will be held Mon- day, May 26th at the following locations: 8:45 a.m. Middle River Church 9:00 a.m. Hartford, honoring Dr. H. Doane Hakes 9:30 a.m. Palmyra, honoring Larry V. Futrelle 10:00 a.m. Carlisle (Allen Township), honoring Lyle Garnett 10:30 a.m. Scotch Ridge, honoring George E. Finch 10:45 a.m. Elm Grove (Army Post & Indianola), honoring David T. Smith 11:15 a.m. Avon, honoring Andrew (Jim) Jr. Stephens The Carlisle American Legion and Carlisle VFW Post 2099 will hold a memorial service at each of the seven (7) listed cemeteries. Times listed are approximate and the service will in- clude taps, rifle volley and prayer. 11:50-12:00 Noon - Prayer Service and return flag to full staff at the Honor Roll Site, North Park. Submitted by Dan Lewis Things can happen ... unexpectedly Beyond the expected. TM OFFICIAL PUBLICATION MINUTES CARLISLE COMMUNITY SCHOOL Regular Board Meeting Monday, May 12, 2014 6:00 p.m. Cadisle Community School Board Room President Joiner called to order the May 12 regular board mooting at 6:03 p.m. Directors Present: Rob Joiner, President, Susan James, Vice Presi- dent, Jenny Foster, John Judisch. Di- rectors Absent: Michelle "fish. Also Present: Bryce Amos, Supednten- dent, Jean Flaws, Board Secretary/ Business Manager. Motion by Judisch to approve the agenda as presented. Seconded by James., Motion carried unanimously. Motion by Judisch to approve the minutes of the April 14 and 28 meet- ings. Seconded by James. Motion carded unanimously. Visitors No Visitors Board Communication President Joiner received a request to look into the possibility of estab- lishing an equestrian program like they have at Indianola. The high school is looking into this and will report back at the next meeting. IASB Communication - The school board members Rob Joiner, Susan James, Jenny Foster, John Judisch an d Michelle "rish were recognized with certificates for their years of ser- vice in honor of Iowa School Board Recognition month. This year's theme is Educate! Advocate! Cet- ebratef Board Recognitions - Hartford stu- dents competed in the Battle of the Books statewide competition. The students created teams and each team was to read 25 books and then take a test over each book. Twenty teams competed statewide and the 4 = grade team whose members in- cluded Mackenzie Johnson, Kladssa Burgess, Abook Dok, Ethan Robinson, Jack Lenhart, and Jack- son Barry was the state champion while another 4 th grade team took third place. Then the board recog- nized the middle school history fair state winners in the junior group per- formance division. The group, com- prised of Hunter Oppedal, Nate Rowray, Alyssa Brown, Sydney Uhlman and Nicole Hintz, performed their play Asch to Ashes: They will be competing at the national level in Washington D.C. this summer. Con- gratulations to both teams and good luck to the students headed to Wash- ington D.C. Athletic Field Update - The land bridge has been removed and the track underneath looks pretty good. The carpet began being laid on May 6 th. Once the carpet is laid, the hash marks, center logo and soccer lines will be installed. The process will end with the installation of sand and rub- ber. June I st is still the target comple- tion date. UUBusiness/Action ItemsUU A. 6-12 Literacy Curriculum Adop- tion The Carlisle ELA (English, Lan- guage Arts) teachers and district leadership are recommending the adoption and implementation of Springboard curriculum for grades 6- 12 for the 2014-2015 school year. Kristy Stills, Sara Grieme, Jon Wright, Kelly Ashworth and John Burris spoke in support of this rec- ommendation. _They are excited about the Springboard curriculum. It provides flexible framework, align- ment to the iowa Core, differentiation for all levels, multi-media resources and vertical alignment. The students will each have a workbook to use in which they can wdte in, highlight and work in. The total projected cost for the next six years is $119,222. There is an initial cost of $24,787 for the first year with an additional $6,000 for professional development and then an annual cost of $17,687 for the purchase of workbooks. This was presented at the SIAC meeting. The parents liked the idea of using a work-. book and the implementation plan. They asked good questions and pro- vided positive feedback. Mr. Amos noted that this has been a well thought out and comprehensive se- lection process. Motion by Judisch to approve the 6-12 Literacy Curriculum adoption with Springboard. Seconded by James. Motion carded unanimously. B.Graduatin9 Senior Class List for Approval Alist of 138 students was presented for approval of which 130 will receive regular diplomas and 8 will receive core diplomas. Graduation will be Sunday, May 19 at 2:00, with the doors opening at 12:30. Live stream- ing of the graduation ceremony will be provided. The awards night is Thursday, May 15. Motion by Judisch to approve the 2013-2014 graduating senior class list as presented. Seconded by James. Motion carded unanimously. C.Approve the Iowa Association for Educational Purchasing Con- tract This contract is used for purchases for the nutrition program. . Motion by Judisch to approve the Iowa Association for Educational Pur- chasing contract. Seconded by James. Motion carded unanimously. D.Approve 2014-2015 Application for Whole Grade or Cooperative Sharing Agreement, IGHSAU The agreement is for participation in gids swimming and diving with Des Moines Lincoln and Norwalk during the 2014-2016 school year. Motion by James to approve the 2014-2015 application for Whole Grade or Cooperative Shadng Agree- ment, IGHSAU. Seconded by Judisch. Motion carried unani- mously. E.Approval of Agreement for School-Based Supervision Pro- gram The distdct is in the third year of a three-year agreement with DHS Ju- venile Court Services for a liaison officer shared with Southeast War-' ren. DHS will contribute $21,482.00 to the program for 2014-2015 with Cadisle and Southeast Warren split- ting the remaining amount 60/40. Motion by Judisch to approve the agreement for school-based super- vision program. Seconded by Fos- ter. Motion carried unanimously. RApproval of Agrooment for Coop- eration with Central College stu- dent teaching program The agreement would allow stu- dent teachers from Central College in the Carlisle Schools should the opportunity present itself. Student teachers are accepted if a teacher in the requested area of study volun- teers. Motion by Judisch to approve the agreement for Cooperation with Cen- tral College student teaching pro- gram. Seconded by Foster. Motion carried unanimously. G.Approve Meal Prices for 2014- 2015 The district is proposing an in- crease to the student and adult lunch prices per federal regulations. Stu- dent lunch prices will increase $0.10 to $2.25 and adult lunch prices will increase $0.10 to $3.30. All other prices will remain the same. Motion by James to approve the meal prices for 2014-2015. Sec- onded by Judisch. Motion carried unanimously. H.Approval of 2014-2015 salaries for administrators, non-certified/ non-union employees The district is recommending ap- proximately a 3% package increase for administrators, supervisors, sec- retaries, food service workers, tech- nology assistant, liaison officer, full- time sub and $0.30/hr. increase for associates. Motion by Judisch to approve the 2014-2015 salaries for administra- tors and non-certified/non-union em- ployees. Seconded by James. Mo- tion carried with 3 ayes and President Joiner abstaining. I.Firet Reading of Policy Code, Se- ries 800 and 900 Changes were recommended for the following policies to make board policy and practice equal: 801.7, 801.9, 802.2, 802.9, 803.1, 804.1, 804.6, 902.3, 903.4, 904.2, 906.1, 906.2 and 906.4. There was an in- quiry about having a policy for volun- teers and background checks. Mr. Amos will put together a policy and bring to the June board meeting. Motion by Judisch to approve the first reading of policy code series 800 and 900 with changes discussed. Seconded by James. Motion carried unanimously. J. Resignations for 2014-2015 Connor'fipping, Instrumental Band Teacher , Step 2 Lane 1; Thomalu Elliott, 7 = Gr Language Arts Teacher, Step 31 Lane 3; Kelly Myers, 8 = Gr Science Teacher, Step 7 Lane 2; Angeia Cardamon, ELLTeacher, Step 11 Lane 4;. Christopher Kula, Asst Varsity Wrestling Coach, Step 4 Group 3; Rhonda Ray, Advisor: Mentodng Program. Motion by Judisch to approve the resignations for 2014-2015 as pre- sented. Seconded by James. Mo- tion carded unanimously. K. New Hires for 2014-2015 Jim Gordon, 9 = Gr. Football Coach, Step 4 Group 4; Jason LaPage, MS Football Head Coach, Step 4 Group 5; Matt Hesse, MS Football Asst Coach, Step 1 Group 6. Motion by James to approve the new hires for 2014-2015 as pre- sented. Seconded by Judisch. Mo- tion carded unanimously. Motion by Judisch to approve the bills as presented in the amount of $481,609.12. Seconded by Foster. Motion carried unanimously. Motion by James to approve the Apdl 2014 financial reports as pre- sented. Seconded by Judisch. Mo- tion carded unanimously. Mr. Amos's Report >Data Teams Training will be pro- vided by The Leadership and Learn- ing Center on Aug. 4 and 5. The cost for the two day training for up to 60 participants is about $13,000 to be paid with dropout preVention funds. >Ten administrators and ten teach- ers will attend the PLC Institute June 5-7. Teachers will have time to work with administrators using the distdcfs data including the Iowa As- sessment scores. Mr. Amos shared some initial data with the board show- ing impl'ovement. A more detailed presentation will be given to the board this summer. >A reception honoring the four re- tiring teachers will be Wednesday, May 14 at 4:00 p.m. in the high school commons. >Mr. Amos proposed his evaluation tool to be the same as that used for the 360 evaluation with a rubric for- mat. Mr. Amos will email the form to the board members along with sup- porting documentation to help the board members comllete his evalu- ation. Each board member will com- plete the evaluation and emall it to President Joiner so that he can com- pile the results before Mr. Amos' evaluation at the June board meet- ing. >Mr. Amos thanked the board mem- bers for all they do as a school board member. The next regular school board meeting is Monday, June 9, 2014, 6:00 p.m., Carlisle School Board Roor. Motion by Judisch to adjourn the May regular board meeting. Seconded by James. Motion carded unanimously. Meeting adjourned at 8:55 p.m. Rob Joiner, Board President Attest: Jean Flaws, Board Secretary/Business Manager www.carlisle.kl 2.ia.us These minutes will be presented for approva/ at the June 9, 2014 school board meeting. You can rest assured that should the unexpected happen - your coverage is complete with Homeowners Insurance from Pekin Insurance TM and your local Pekin Insurance Agency. They will explain all your coverage options to you.thoroughly, so there is no worrying and no mistaking. Ask about premium-reducing discounts that will trim your monthly budget costs. Call your local Pekin Insurance Agency today for Homeowners Insurance that's Beyond the expected. TM Goodhue-Nolte Insurance Agency 100 Highway 5 Carlisle 989-3200 www.pekininsurance.com Annual Alumni Banquet Reservation Form June 14 th, 2014 High School Commons/Auditorium 4:30 Social Hour 6:00 Dinner 7:00 Program YHMust R.S.V.P. by June 1B- To Box 3, Cad 50047 or carllslelaalumnl@gmalLcem Name . Spouse/Guest Address Please use this reservation form for donations to the operating funds, endowment funds, or scholarship funds. Maiden Year graduated Year graduated, if a CHS Grad Email address Enclosed: __$20 per person to attend the banquet Donation to CCA (operating fund) Donation to endowment fund Donation to scholarships Total __ Please apply to the honor roll .... Please apply to the honor roll __ Please apply to the honor roll (Honor Roll is $500 over 5 years) 'L