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Page Te  The Carlisle Citizen • Thursday, August 29, 2013 , OFFICIAL PUBLICATION MINUTES CARLISLE COMMUNITY SCHOOL Regular Board Meeting Monday, August 12, 2013 ,7:00 p.m. Carlisle Community School District Board Room President Judisch called to order the August 12 board meeting at 7:02 p.m. Directors Present: John Judisch, President, Rob Joiner, Vice Presi- dent, Mark Cowan, Susan James. Di- rector Absent: Michelle Tish. Also Present: Bryce Amos, Superinten- dent, Jean Flaws, Board Secretary/ Business Manager . Motion by Joiner to approve the agenda as presented. Seconded by Cowan. Motion carried unanimously. Motion by Cowan to approve the minutes of the July 8 regular board meeting and the August 7 board re- treat/work session as submitted. Seconded by James. Motion carried unanimously. Visitors No Visitors Board Communication - No Board Communication IASB Communication - No IASB Communication Updates/Information A. AcademicAssessment Informa- tion, Dana Lillis and Bryce Amos Dana Lillis presented Iowa Assess- ment information for reading and math for the 2012-2013 school year. The Iowa Assessments are given one time per year. The assessments pro- vide documentation for showing pro- ficiency as all students are to be pro- ficient by 2014 and also allow the dis- trict to monitor student growth. Norm referenced tests compared students to other students as data was shown for the years 2011-12 and 2012-13. Standard scores were presented which help measure student growth over time, by student and by grade level. The assessment data along with other data points (such as Benchmark, Dibels, PLAN, ACT, and ASVAB) are used as tools for learn- ing. B. Athletic Field Update Mr. Amos reported that the commit- tee met with three turf vendors who provided information about turf prod- ucts. The committee will be visiting several districts to view their turf fields and find out more information about the vendor that was used. The goal is to put a bid together by the beginning of September and move forward with the process. C. Building Security Updates The district has invested approxi- mately $100,000 in security upgrades for the middle school, high school and elementary buildings. There will be secure entrances in all buildings with the upgrades. The doors will be open from 7:30 a.m. - 8:10 a.m. and then will be locked dudng the school day. There will be a camera installed at the 5 = Street Elementary entrance. Business/Action Items A. Second Reading of Intervention Policy Code, 603.11 A question was asked if there has been any feedback from the interven- tion policy code. Mr. Aylsworth said the feedback received has been mostly supportive. There was a meeting regarding the math lab be- fore the board meeting. Five parents attended the meeting. Motion by James to approve the second reading of Intervention Policy Code, 603.11. Seconded by Cowan. Motion carried unanimously. B. Board Policy Code Review, Se- ries 100 and 200 The board reviewed series 100 and 200 of the board policy code. Sev- .eral changes were discussed on the following policy codes: 103.R1 - change compliance office to Brandon Eighmy; 105 - remove the sentence regarding a community wide meeting facilitated by Heartland AEA; 106 - change the person re- sponsible for handling anti-bullying/ harassment complaints to Brandon Eighmy with the alternate investiga- tor to be Keri Schlueter. 200.2E1 - update boundaries of the director districts; 206.3 - amend to state the appointment of the secre- tary-treasurer shall be no later than Sept. 30; 207 - edit to note that each board member is able to contact le- gal counsel without board authoriza- tion should the need arise; 210.3 - delete the statement that the board needs to turn in the board policy manual upon the conclusion of their term. 211.2 - note that the board meeting date and time will be set at the annual/organizational meeting; 211.5 - add that the meeting notice will be posted on the distdct's website and strike the words bulletin board; 215 - allow the board members to ask questions of the speakers with- out the board president's permission; 217.2 - the board doesn't hire but approves hires recommended by ad- ministration; 219.1 - eliminate the mandate of the board to be a mem- ber of IASB but will be a member of organizations the board deems to be a benefit; 219.2 - eliminate the sen- tence that the board shall work with IASB on the Better Boardmanship Award program; and 220 - if the board would like to visit a building (as a board member), they need to make arrangements with the building/dis- trict administrator (not the adminis- trative office). C. Resignations for 2013-2014 Julie Nation, Elementary Counselor, Step 6 Lane 4; Kyler Morgan, Ass't Football Coach, Step 1 Group 4. D. New Hires for 2013-2014 Barb Hillebrand, Silver Cord Advisor; Karen Martens, 6  Gr. LanguageArts, Step 0 Lane I; James Flaws, MS Cross Country Coach, Step 0 Group 6; Bdan Kinney, Asst Football Coach, Step 0 Group 3; Justin Hagedom, 9 = Gr. Football Coach, Step 0 Group 4 The silver cord advisor will moni- tor the silver cord program which tracks student volunteer efforts. Motion by Joiner to approve the res- ignations and new hires for 2013- 2014 as presented. Seconded by Cowan. Motion carded unanimously. E. Progress Monitoring Schedule for 2013-14 Mr. Amos presented a schedule of when the board will receive updates regarding student achievement, en- rollment, climate-& culture and pro- fessional development implementa- tion. At)he September meeting more detailed information wilt be provided about the specific data to be pre- sented and discuss how the board members would like the data pre- sented (format to be used). The board decided they don't need to take action on this item but will further dis- cuss the information to be provided at the September board meeting. Motion by Joiner to table this item for further discussion. Seconded by James. Motion carried unanimously• Motion by James to approve the bills in the amount of $904,996.97. Seconded by Cowan. Motion carried unanimously. Motion by Cowan to approve the July 2013 financial reports as pre- sented. Seconded by James. Mo- tion carded unanimously. Mr. Amos's Report *The building trades home will have an inspection by the buyers on Tues- day with the closing date set for the end of August. *The enrollment for the 2013-2014 school year at the time of the board meeting is 2,119 which is up from last year. There will continue to be new student's registering and being with- drawn before the first day so that number will fluctuate some. *All the teachers will return on August 13. Mr. Amos invited the board mem- bers to a breakfast that morning at 8:00 a.m. which is sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce• Mr. Amos's welcome back talk will follow the breakfast. The teachers will be in- volved in building and district-wide professional development and work time in their rooms the rest of the week. Open House will be held Thursday, August 15. *The first Wildcat Weekly went out noting important school information. *August 19 th is the first day of school. The principals and teachers have been working hard and will be ready for students to return• Mr. Amos is looking forward to the first day with students. *Mr. Amos provided a laminated copy of the district's Mission and Vision Statements and Goals. This will be posted in each building and be the guide for the distdct this school year. The Organizational Meeting will be held Monday, September 16, 2013, 7:00 p.m. in the Cadisle Community School District Board Room. The next Regular Meeting will be held Monday, September 16, 2013, after the Organizational Meeting in the Carlisle Community School Dis- tdct Board Room. Motion by Joiner to adjourn the Au- gust 12 board meeting. Seconded by James. Motion carded unanimously. Meeting adjourned at 9:36 p.m. John Judisch, President Attest: Jean Flaws, Board Secretary/ Business Manager www.cadisle.k These minutes will be presented for approval at the September 1  board meeting. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Medical  Professional - Services - Emergency Numbers City of Carlisle 195 North 1st Street - Carlisle Iowa 50047 989-3224 - Ruth Randleman, Mayor Nell Ruddy, City Administrator City Council Meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Mondays of every month at 6:30 pm in the Council Chambers. Everyone is invited to attend. Which college savings plan is right for you? Joseph H Schettler Financial Advisor 90 Hwy 5 Carlisle, IA 50047 515-989-4100 Edward Jones MAKING SENSE OF INVESTING Member SIPC Carlisle Veterinary Clinic Peggy Baber, D.V.M. Kylie Sloan, D.V.M. Men thru Fri - 7:30am to 5:30pm Saturday 8 am to 12 noon CLOSED Sunday 989-4075 Mercy Carlisle Family Practice Clinic Jennifer Olson, DO Liada Robinson, DO Marvin Huff, DO Lindsay Kain, PA-C 125 School St - Carlisle 989-3221 MTO Lawn Maintenance Landscaping & Turf Maintenance Mike Olson 989-3529 or 979-8179 Free Estimates Woodhouse & Lee Construction Concrete Contractors Free Estimates 989-3893 / :lilt| |B iiltK Great Western Bank NEW YEAR NEW HOURS NEW FREE CHECIONG ACCOUNT MAIN BANK Mon-Thurs: 9 am to 4 pm Fdday: 9 am to 5 pm Saturday: 9 am to Noon DRIVE-UP Mon-Fd: 8:30 am to 6 pm saturday: 8:30 am to Noon Member FDIC Full Service Bank 24 Hour ATM 989-3255 PHARMACY. Open to Serve You Mon - Friday 9am to 6pm Saturday 9am to l:30pm 800 School St - Carlisle 989-3261 )ental Professional, P˘ 65 School St., Box 372, Cadisle 989-3180 or 961-8411 Gary Jacobsen, D.D.S. Jeremy Pins, D.D.S. John Vespa, D.D.S. Jennifer Main, D.D.S. Iowa Elevator Systems & Service PO Box 195 - Carlisle, IA 989-0679 Bubba's Washboard (Laundromat) 7 am to 9 pm 125 South Garfield 971-6017 SAUTER AUTOMOTIVE General Auto Repair 11 School Street Carlisle, IA 50047 515-989-0089 Avondale Veterinary Healthcare Complex Dennis Woodruff, DVM and Associates 4318 SE Army Post Road 262-6111 "We Care and We Let it Show" Visit us at www.avondaleveLcom HEATING - COOLING " PLUMBING 515-989-0106 .Ceople$ Bank LOBBY DRIVE-UP Mon-Thurs 8:30am to 5pro 8:30am to 5pm Friday 8:30am to 5 pm 8:30am to6pm Saturday 8:30 to Noon 8:30 to Noon 2720 Gateway Drive ° Carlisle, Iowa 50047 Member FDIC 515-989-3600 Equal Housing Lender OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES OF WARREN COUNTY Drs. Winjum, O'Meara & Anderson General Optometry & contact lenses 55 School St 989-0889 225 W Ashland, Indianola 961-5305 1226 Sunset Dr Norwalk IA 981-0224 Lisa's Dog Grooming e Lisa Olander 435 Lindhardt Carlisle, IA 515-989-4380 Professional Roofing GaragesoDeckseAdditions Remodeling*Seamless Gutters*Roofing 515-202-2831 McCARTY ROOFING & REPAIR For all your roofing needs. Fully insured. Mark 515-490-9681 qandstone ,.J MANAGEMENT Earthwork-Site Utilities www.sandstonemgmLcom 15 School St - 989-0557 Brandon Van Vleet, President Police ~ 911 989-4121 961-6911 STEVE CURRY SAWS 65 V'me St • Carlisle 989-4175 HOURS Tues-Fri: 9am - 5pm Saturday: 8 - Noon • Sales-Service*Installation 24 Hour Service Residential-Commercial LOCALLY OWNED - FULL SERVICE BANK - VISIT ANY ONE OF OUR LOCATIONS NORWALK • INDIANOLA • LUCAS • FORT DES MOINES • NEWTON 515.961•5880 Carlisle Dental Office Philip West, DDS 500 S. 2nd Street - Carlisle 989-0447 City of Hartford Council Meetings 2nd Tuesday of every month at 6:30pm Multi-Craft, LLC Roofing Big & Small Jobs Fully Insured Mark Prall • 515-494-7915 Carlisle Center for Independent Living Carlisle) Center for Wellness and Rehab 515-989-0871 "Caring is our integrity, Our people make the difference" Fire ~ 911 989-3311 961-6911 BEN'S CUSTOM  WINDOWS Windows - Doors • Siding • Decks Ben Burgin 515-577-1007  • Free EsUmates *Licensed and Insured • Better Business Burea Accredited Business • Quality Products and WoW, manship Free Estimates  Licensed Insured Troy Ohnemus 202-1805 2740 183rdAvenue • Carlisle Wildcat ABC 405 School St Carlisle IA 50047 515-989-3972 CARLISLE CITIZEN HOURS: Mon & Wed - Closed Tuesday - 9 to12 Thursday & Fdday - 9 to 1 P.M. 515-989-0525 PETERSON FUNERAL HOME Carlisle, Iowa 989-3510 Guaranteed Prepaid Funerals Available Advertising rates for the Business Directory is $3.50 per column inch with a minumum of 13 weeks. 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