Bryan City Schools Board Of Education Discusses Financial Recommendations

The Bryan City Schools Board of Education held their meeting on Monday July 12th at 7:00pm. The meeting was called to order followed by the Pledge of Allegiance and roll call.

The board then moved to approve the minutes from the previous meeting in June. Afterwards the board then allowed any public that was present to bring up any issues.

Communications followed with a report given regarding Four County Career Center for the coming year. In the Treasurers report several financial recommendations were made for the 2021-2022 change funds.

These changes were as listed, $2,000.00 for Chad Savage, HS Athletics, $200.00 for Brian Arnold, JH Athletics, $250.00 for Marissa Lupo, Concessions, $200.00 for Shelley Oberlin, Cafeteria, $200.00 for Amy Dominique, PK-5 Office, $50.00 for Steve Alspaugh, 6-12 Office, $100.00 for Mark Rairigh, Field House.

There were also petty cash funds issued for $500.00 to Kevin Schafer, General fund and $4000.00 to Chad Savage, HS Athletics. There were also discussions regarding cash reconciliation, a financial summary, and the check register.

There were also discussions for the amended permanent appropriations for the fiscal year of 2022 and procedures regarding Medicaid for 2022 and 2023.

There was a return of a $100,000 advance from the food service fund to the general fund as well as a transfer of $150,000 from the general fund to the food service fund.

A contract for speech services with the Stryker school district was discussed as well as the MCHA athletic training agreement and David Betts Double Play Diamond agreement.

In old business, a resolution to proceed with the substitute levy on the November 2021 ballot was put forward.

Moving to superintendent’s recommendations, a resolution was made to formally recognize District Support Organizations of the Bryan City School District such as the Bryan Athletic Boosters, Bryan Music Boosters, Bryan Academic Boosters, and Bryan Elementary PTO.

Bus stop locations were discussed as well as authorization given to the transportation director to relocate school bus stop locations.

Payment in lieu of transportation at the rate established by the Ohio Department of Education for the 2021-2022 school year in the event transportation by the school is impractical within the meaning of the Ohio Revised Code was also discussed.

The board then discussed personnel recommendations regarding the hiring, resignation, and transferring of staff.

Discussions then followed regarding policy items such as the spending of federal grants, the procurement of federal grants and funds, property inventory, the accounting system for capital assets, nondiscrimination and equal employment opportunity, section 504 for the ADA prohibition against disability discrimination based in employment, anti-harassment, non-discrimination and access to equal educational opportunity, and care of students with diabetes.

The board then entered into an executive session and adjourned upon their return.


 

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