The Bryan City School’s Board of Education held their meeting on Monday, March 14th. The meeting was called to order at 6:09 p.m. followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.
The board first moved to approve the minutes from the previous meeting and organizational meeting that took place on February 14th.
With no public participation taking place, a Four County Career Center report was given followed by an athletics report. Kasey Thormeier then gave a report for the Elementary school.
PBIS committee planned and executed literacy night, had over 400 guests attend. One Book One School movie was Marmaduke.
This played at the Bryan Movie Theater and had 280 guests. Brought in $250 dollars and supplies for the humane society. Right to read week “Reading is out of this world.”
Grandparents’ day is Thursday March 17, 2022. State testing is 3/29-3/31 (ELA), 4/19-4/21 (Math), and 4/26 (Science.) 4th and 5th graders will be competing in the MathCounts competition at the ESC on March 30th.
Brian Arnold spoke next and gave a report for the Middle School and High School. The Williams County school aged team competed at BG on 3/5/22 and was the runner up in their division.
Dawson Moore is the first ever individual from Williams County to join Team Ohio for the National Special Olympics competition. He will be competing in two track events and one field event.
All 3 choirs received a superior rating this weekend at OMEA Large Ensemble contest. The Orchestra received a Superior rating at their OMEA contest on 2/26/22. Tickets for the musical “Little Shop of Horrors” are on sale.
MS Intervention teacher, Coleen Smith, was recently recognized as the Williams County Franklin B Walter Special Education Teacher of the Year Award Winner.
The Treasurers report then proceeded with a motion being passed to approve the following recommendations. Amended permanent appropriations for FY22 as presented.
Approved a $5,000 donation for the Bryan Elementary Grant from the Columbus Foundation and a $250 donation for Mask and Sandal from Christmas with the Toledo Symphony.
The 2023-2024 school calendar was then approved before the board moved to approve the following recommendations from the Superintendent.
Approval for the following students to graduate due to meeting the graduation requirements for Bryan City Schools and the State of Ohio. Marissa Harris, Nakylie Rober, Kyla Day Hemenway, Jonathan Albertson, and Damien Vasquez.
Numerous personnel recommendations were also approved before the board proceeded to discuss the first reading of board policy revisions.
The next BOE meeting will take place on April 11th at 6:00 p.m. in the BE Commons area. With no executive session needed, the board moved to adjourn at 6:50 p.m.