Agenda For Upcoming Meeting

SOLANCO SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF SCHOOL DIRECTORS

Meeting Agenda
December 17, 2018
7:30 PM
121 South Hess Street – Quarryville, PA 17566

Mr. Steven Risk, Board President
Dr. Brian A. Bliss, Superintendent

1.   Call to Order, Roll Call, Pledge of Allegiance, Moment of Silence and Invitation to Speak on Agenda Items

2.   Current Areas of District Focus

2.1   Study growth in the district and its impact on facilities
2.2   Maintain a strong financial base for the district
2.3   Continue to develop and maintain a strong K-12 academic program

3.   Guests/Presentations

3.1   2018 Christmas Card – Tyler Allen
3.2  Mrs. Tucker – Overview of the 2019-2020 Budget

4.   Approval of Board Minutes

4.1   November 19, 2018 General Business Meeting
4.2   December 3, 2018 Reorganization/Agenda Meeting

5.   Business/Finance/Motions

5.1   Financial Reports/Motions

5.1.1    General Fund Report (Summary, Detailed Activity, Investments, Check Runs)

 5.1.2   Capital Project Fund Report (Summary, Investments)

5.1.3    Cafeteria Report

5.1.4    Swift/Clermont Borrowing Update (Mrs. Tucker)

5.1.5    Solicit Bids – A motion is requested for approval to solicit bids for the attached list of equipment for the new auditorium at G. A. Smith Middle School.

5.1.6    Black Rock Retreat – A motion is requested to approve the attached contract with Block Rock for student retreats.

5.1.7    Used Piano – A motion is requested to approve the purchase of a used piano.

6.    Personnel

6.1    Resignations

6.1.1    Kelly Smith, Elementary School Part-time Counselor, Bart-Colerain Elementary School
With the District Since 03/2018
Reason: Accepted position elsewhere
Effective: Up to 60 days from December 6, 2018

6.1.2    Lisa Deibler, High School Phys Ed Teacher
With the District Since 08/2003
Reason:  Retirement
Effective:  End of the 2018-2019 School Year

6.1.3    Amanda Barr, Special Education Classroom Aide, Quarryville Elementary School
With the District Since 03/2014
Reason: Accepted position elsewhere
Effective: December 10, 2018

6.1.4    Renee McCullough, Special Education Classroom Aide, Quarryville Elementary School
With the District Since 01/2006
Reason: Accepted position elsewhere
Effective: December 19, 2018

6.1.5    Betty Mendez, Classroom Aide, Swift Middle School
With the District Since 08/2008
Reason: Retirement
Effective: November 27, 2018

6.1.6    Sandra Porter, Emotional Support Classroom Aide, Providence Elementary School
With the District Since 11/2018
Reason: Personal
Effective: December 14, 2018

6.2    Employment

6.2.1    Lauren Lefever, Classroom Aide, Bart-Colerain Elementary School
Replaces: Kelly Wallace
Effective: November 19, 2018

7.    Discussion Items

8.    Buildings and Grounds Committee

9.    Extra-Curricular Committee

10.    Curriculum Committee

10.1    Reports

10.1.1    Elementary Class Size Report
10.1.2    Monthly Enrollment Report
10.1.3    Total Student Placement Report
10.1.4    Enrollment Trends w/Charts, ES Chart , MS Chart, HS Chart
10.1.5    Charter School Summary

10.2    2019-2020 Ed Plan Guide- A motion is requested to approve the 2019-2020 Educational Planning Guide. (Course Guide Changes)

11.    Transportation Committee

12.    Dates to Remember

December 24, 2018 thru January 1, 2019 – Schools Closed, Christmas/New Year’s holiday
January 7, 2019 – Agenda Meeting, 7:30 PM, G.A. Smith Middle School
January 21, 2019 – Schools Closed for Students (Teacher In-Service)
January 22, 2019 – Schools Closed for Students (91st Day subject to change)
January 28, 2019 – General Business Meeting, 7:30 PM

13.    Reports

Superintendent’s Report
Assistant Superintendent’s Report
Bart-Colerain Elementary School
Clermont Elementary School
Quarryville Elementary School
Providence Elementary School
G. A. Smith Middle School
Swift Middle School
Solanco High School
Business Manager

Director of Community Relations

14.    Executive Session (If necessary, a purpose will be announced)

15.    Adjournment

"The mission of the Solanco School District is to develop responsible citizens and life-long learners by providing opportunities to maximize student academic performance in a safe and secure environment"