The Edon School Board held their meeting on Monday July 12th at 5:30pm. The meeting was called to order followed by roll call and recognition of the visitors. Afterwards the board moved to approve the minutes from the previous meeting on June 14th.
An approval was also given for the financial reports for June 2021. Next the council discussed and approved an amended certificate request from the county auditor and a certificate of the total amount from all sources that are available for expenditures for Fiscal Year 2022.
The board then moved to discuss donations as well as the renewal of the cafeteria software maintenance agreement with Esber Cash Register, the approval of the school’s Medicaid provider for July 1st, 2021, to June 30th, 2022, and July 1st, 2022, to June 30th, 2023.
There was also a discussion regarding employment of substitutes teachers from the June 2021 NWOESC list, the approval of substitute paraprofessionals, and a motion to approve consent agenda items. The board then heard discussions from the treasurer’s report and superintendent report.
The board then moved to action items. A recommendation was made to approve the athletics coaches and athletic handbook as well as the employee handbook.
A recommendation was made to amend contracted days and the associated salary schedule for the position of cafeteria manager from 200 days to 195 days as well as to accept the resignation of Matthew Stechschulte.
A resignation for Jacqueline Hake was also accepted. Recommendations were made to employ Abbey Peters for the position of teacher and Thomas Thompson as a teacher’s aide.
The board discussed supplemental contracts for the 2021-2022 school year that are pending successful completion of licensure requirements. A recommendation was made to approve the following job descriptions, Cheer Advisor, Family and Consumer Science Teacher, and Online Instruction Facilitator.
A list of the 2021-2022 substitute bus and van drivers was discussed as well as a list of substitute cooks, custodians and secretaries. Discussions also took place regarding student fees, sports pass prices, and a contract with Visions Photography. The board then moved to enter an executive session.
Upon return from the executive session, a recommendation was made to approve an administrative contract of three years to Jennifer Ripke as elementary principal and Kayla Lapham as high school principal.
A recommendation was also made to set salaries for the superintendent and treasurer for the 2021-2022 contract year.
The board then moved to adjourn.