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Minutes-5/29/14 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kelli Usrey   
Friday, 11 July 2014 09:15

MINUTES REGULAR MEETING OF SCHOOL BOARD

                   OF BLOOMFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT &

                   OPEN PUBLIC WORK SESSION

                    

                   May 29, 2014

                                   

The Board of School Trustees of the Bloomfield School District, of Greene County, Indiana, met in regular session on May 29, 2014, in the jr/sr high school conference room in Bloomfield Junior/Senior High School, 501 West Spring Street, Bloomfield, Indiana. The following school board members were present: Bill Bond, John Combs, Steve Dowden, Dwayne Hostetter, Matt Miller, Eric Moody and Sandy Parkes. President Dowden called the public work session to order at 6:30 p.m. followed by the regular board meeting at approximately 7:00 p.m. The following order of business was transacted with President Dowden presiding:

 

1. Public Work Session. A public work session walk through was made concerning an issue with the Bloomfield Jr/Sr High School Mechanical room roof.

 

2. Recognitions. Mary Jane Vandeventer thanked students, teachers and parents for a successful 2013-2014 school year. Mr. Dean said Mrs. Julie Evans hosted an Algebra I and ECA boot camp recently with 45 students attending, said he’d received words of praise from Shawnee Theatre president Jack Terrell for students who helped clean and get the Theatre ready for the upcoming season and spoke about the recent Project Lead the Way competition. Mr. Dean also expressed his amazement at the amount of scholarship money Bloomfield seniors collected on awards day, talked about the Rotary banquet, VIP breakfast, NJROTC Award banquet and the FFA banquet. He said student finals were completed and hopes were for successful scores. Mr. Dean said Miss Lauren Bohnert was chosen as Teacher of the Year by students in grades 7 through 12 and Mr. Chris Mattox was chosen as the most memorable teacher by the senior class. He said all senior activities went well, told those present that 67 students graduated from Bloomfield Jr/Sr High School. Superintendent Sichting added that the 2013-2014 had been a great school year with students being well behaved and teachers doing an outstanding job. Mr. Sichting also recognized retirees Darla Bent, Donna Fields, and Susie Goodman along with Mrs. Linda Mattox who was the recipient of the James Harvey monetary award.

 

3. Approval of Minutes. The Board had been provided with minutes of a regular school board meeting held on April 24, 2014, which had been prepared by corporation recording secretary Kelli Usrey. Eric Moody made a motion to approve the minutes beginning with the sentence: “The Board of School Trustees of the Bloomfield School District, of Greene County, Indiana, met in regular session on April 24, 2014… ” and ending with the sentence: “The meeting was then adjourned by a 6-0 vote.” Dwayne Hostetter seconded the motion, which passed by a 6-0-1 vote. Sandy Parkes abstained for voting because she was not present at the April 24th meeting.

 

4. Treasurer’s Report. The Board had been provided with the Treasurer’s Report, prepared by corporation treasurer Stacey Robinette. Dwayne Hostetter made a motion to approve the April 29, 2014 claims listing beginning with voucher number 340 to Bloomfield State Bank and ending with voucher number 454 to Bloomfield School Flex, the April 30, 2014 appropriation report beginning with Fund 0100 through Fund 7965 and the April 30, 2014 Bank Statement. Matt Miller seconded the motion, which passed by a 7-0 vote.  

 

5. Additional Appropriation Hearing. Bloomfield School District held an additional appropriation hearing. The Department of Local Government Finance sets the maximum appropriation level for taxing units in each fund. In January, Bloomfield School District received 2014 appropriation levels from the Department of Local Government Finance. The appropriation levels for General Fund and Capital Projects are not sufficient. A budget period consists of eighteen months. The 2014 budget consists of the period of time from July 1, 2013 to December 31, 2014. The appropriation levels were set looking at revenue and expense projections provided by Bloomfield School District. The expense projections for the period of July 1, 2013 to December 31, 2013 were overstated. This process is intended to protect Bloomfield School District from an unforeseen expense that might develop in the last six months of a budget cycle. In other words, a boiler might need an emergency repair. Also, our student enrollment might be larger than anticipated requiring the employment of additional teachers. Overstating line #2 (expenditures from July 1st to December 31st) protects Bloomfield School District. One of the negatives from overstating line #2 is it results in a reduced appropriation for the period of January 1st to December 31st of the eighteen month budget cycle. Bloomfield School District hasn’t overspent resulting in the need for the additional appropriation. Realistically, Bloomfield School District has maintained expenditure levels less than the 2013 budget appropriation levels. The funds for the additional appropriations in Capital Projects and General Fund came from appropriation levels not utilized for the period of July 1, 2013 through December 31, 2013. As part of the Additional Appropriation process, Bloomfield School District advertised in the Greene County Daily World on April 22, 2014 and April 29, 2014. After advertising for the additional appropriation, Bloomfield School District must hold a hearing to take public input on the request for an additional appropriation.   At this point, the Bloomfield School District Board of School Trustees asked for any public testimony on the request for an additional appropriation for the General Fund, Capital Projects Fund, and Rainy Day Fund. There being none board members voted 7-0 to approve the Additional Appropriation.

 

6. May Indiana Department of Education State Aid 544 Report. Bloomfield School District received the May Indiana Department of Education SA 544 Basic Grant payment on May 15, 2014. Bloomfield School District received four hundred fifty eight thousand six hundred twenty four dollars and sixty-eight ($458,624.68) cents. The May Indiana Department of Education SA 544 Basic Grant payment was ten dollars and ninety-six ($10.96) cents less than the April Indiana Department of Education SA 544 Basic Grant payment. The reduction was due to Medicaid reimbursement Bloomfield School District received in the amount of $85.00. Treasurer Stacey Robinette will transfer ten dollars and ninety-six ($10.96) cents from the Medicaid fund to the General Fund. Bloomfield School District made a projection for Average Daily Membership and Full Day Kindergarten enrollment on May 14, 2014.   This will be the source of funding for July, 2014 through October, 2014. An adjustment will take place in November based on the September, 2014 Average Daily Membership count if the estimate was high or low. In 2010, Bloomfield School District was receiving six hundred seventeen thousand eight hundred eighty four dollars ($617,884) more in calendar year funding. The anticipated loss of five hundred forty two thousand four hundred two dollars ($542,402) brings the total loss of state funding to over one million thirty eight thousand seven hundred thirty eight dollars ($1,038,738) since 2010. Bloomfield School District has lost 14% of funding. The loss of funding is due to a drop in student enrollment along with the loss of the Small Schools Grant and Rural Schools Grant.   In comparison, Bloomfield School District has lost 16% of the student enrollment.

 

7. 2014 Graduation Qualifying Examination Remediation Grant. Bloomfield School District submitted a notice of intent to participate in the Graduation Qualifying Examination Remediation Grant on May 12, 2014. As per the grant, Bloomfield School District will receive $3,430.08 from the Indiana Department of Education to assist in the remediation of students failing to pass the Algebra I End-of-Course Assessment or the English 10 End-of-Course Assessment.   Bloomfield School District intends to provide remediation to students who fail the Graduation Qualifying Examination before school, during school, and after school. Bloomfield School District has received the following revenue from the Graduation Qualifying Exam Remediation Grant in the past:

 

  • 2013-$4,776.48
  • 2012-$6,073.59
  • 2011-$6,211.29
  • 2010-$5,168

The decline in revenue from the Graduation Qualifying Examination Remediation Grant

is a result of fewer students needing remediation. In other words, more students are passing the End-of-Course Assessments in Algebra I and English 10 on the first attempt.

 

8. 2014 Remediation and Preventive Remediation Grant. Bloomfield School District submitted the 2014 Remediation and Preventive Remediation Grant application to the Indiana Department of Education on May 12, 2014. The Remediation and Preventive Remediation Grant is for providing remediation for students who are unsuccessful in passing the ISTEP+ exam in grades 3-8. Bloomfield School District will receive two thousand two hundred thirty one dollars and thirty two ($2,231.32) cents in 2014 Remediation and Preventive Remediation Grant funds. Bloomfield School District has received the following revenue from the Remediation and Preventive Remediation Grant in the past:

  • 2013-$7,001.00
  • 2012-$3,196.84
  • 2011-$6,259.84
  • 2010-$3,129.92
  • 2009-$11,266.00

The amount of revenue received from the Remediation and Preventive Remediation

Grant has declined proportionately with the number of students in grade 3-8 who are successfully passing both the English/Language Arts and mathematics sections of the ISTEP+ examination.

 

9. Bloomfield School District Compensation Model Review by the Indiana Department of Education. Bloomfield School District received notification from the Indiana Department of Education on May 1, 2014 of the Bloomfield School District Compensation Model which was negotiated and made a part of the 2013-2015 Master Teaching Contract between the Bloomfield Teacher’s Association and the Bloomfield School District of School Trustees was in compliance with the legal requirements set forth in IC 20-28-9 as the compensation model was implemented. Superintendent Sichting provided board members with a copy of the Memorandum received from the Indiana Department of Education. (See Attached)

 

10. 2014 Estimated Summer School Reimbursement. The Indiana Department of Education announced on May 9, 2014 the 2014 Estimated Summer School Reimbursement level for summer school programs. (See Attached) Bloomfield School District has submitted a request for reimbursement from 2014 summer school funding. The Indiana Department of Education announced on May 9, 2014 the estimated 2014 Summer School Reimbursement level would be sixty-two percent (62%) of projected costs for Category I courses. It is estimated there will be no reimbursement for Category II and Category III courses. During the 2013 Summer School session, all Category I classes were reimbursed at 105%. Category II and Category III courses were reimbursed at 100%. Past history would indicate the final reimbursement percentage for 2014 Summer School courses would be at a level greater than the estimated levels from the Indiana Department of Education.

 

11. Reduction in Force Notification. It was recommended the Board’s approval to issue Reduction in Force Notices to one (1) certified employee and one (1) non-certified employee by Superintendent Dan Sichting for the 2014-2015 school year. John Combs moved to approve the recommendation. Matt Miller seconded the motion. Superintendent Sichting said school districts in Indiana are funded on a per pupil basis. Bloomfield School District’s Class of 2014 had an enrollment of sixty-seven (67) students. Currently Bloomfield School District has thirty-nine (39) students enrolled in Kindergarten for the 2014-2015 school year. He said typically, Bloomfield School District picks up an additional ten (10) to fifteen (15) students prior to the start of the school year in August. Mr. Sichting said the Reduction in Force Notifications will allow Bloomfield School District to take a step toward reducing expenses for the 2014-2015 school year if enrollment remains at the current level. The recommendation passed by a 7-0 vote.

 

12. Title I Planning Allocation. It was recommended the Board approve the participation of Bloomfield Elementary in the 2014-2015 Title I Grant program. (See Attached) Dwayne Hostetter moved to approve the recommendation. Eric Moody seconded the motion. Mr. Sichting said Bloomfield received a cut in funding and stated he had questions with no good answers as to the reason for the cut. He said he was told that the cut in funding was due to the State of Indiana being cut by the Federal government and also that it could be because the census changed. He said he anticipates Bloomfield School District will see a reduction in Title I funding from 2013-2014 to 2014-2015 of $8,732.03. He stated that as a result of the reduction in funding, Bloomfield School District would not be able to offer as many Title I services during the 2014-2015 school year. The motion passed by a 7-0 vote.

 

13. Retirement Resignation Approved. It was recommended the Board approve the retirement resignation of Mrs. Darla Bent as a Family and Consumer Science teacher at Bloomfield Jr.-Sr. High School effective Friday, May 23, 2014. (See Attached) Bill Bond made a motion to approve the recommendation. Sandy May seconded the motion. Superintendent Sichting said Mrs. Bent was hired as a Family and Consumer Science teacher at Bloomfield Jr.-Sr. High School on August 11, 1987 and had taught in that same position for twenty-seven (27) years. The administration and Board of School Trustees of Bloomfield School District would like to thank Mrs. Bent for her twenty-seven (27) years of service to Bloomfield School District. Mr. Sichting wished Mrs. Bent the best of luck as she enters a new chapter in her life. The motion passed by a 7-0 vote.

 

14. Bloomfield Jr/Sr High School Maternity Leave Approved. It was recommended the Board approve a maternity leave for Mrs. Ashlea Dunkerly from on or about August 13, 2014 to on or about Friday, October 10, 2014. (See Attached) Mr. Sichting said that Mrs. Dunkerly teaches English/Language Arts at Bloomfield Jr.-Sr. High School. Sandy May moved to approve the recommendation. Matt Miller seconded the motion, which passed by a 7-0 vote. Superintendent Sichting wished Mrs. Dunkerly best of luck and a healthy baby.

 

15. ECA Recommendation Approved for 2013-2014. It was recommended the Board approve ECA recommendation for the 2013-2014 school year. Mr. Dean recommended Mark Bartlow as High School Science Club Sponsor. Sandy May made a motion to approve the recommendation. Bill Bond seconded the motion, which passed by a 7-0 vote.

 

16. Board Approves Overnight Redliner Dance Team Field Trip to Vincennes University. It was recommended the Board approve an overnight Field Trip for the Bloomfield Jr/Sr High School Redliner Dance Team to attend Camp at Vincennes University from June 9, 2014 through June 12, 2014. (See Attached) Eric Moody made a motion to approve the field trip as requested. Sandy May seconded the motion, which passed by a 7-0 vote.

 

17. NJROTC Overnight and Out-of-State Field Trip to Great Lakes, Illinois Approved. It was recommended the Board approve an overnight and out-of-state field trip for the Bloomfield Jr/Sr High School NJROTC unit to Great Lakes, Illinois to attend the Advanced Leadership Academy from June 14, 2014 through June 21, 2014. (See Attached) Dwayne Hostetter made a motion to approve the field trip as requested. Bill Bond seconded the motion, which passed by a 7-0 vote.

 

18. Board Approves Overnight Field Trip for Girls Varsity and Junior Varsity Basketball Teams. It was recommended the Board approve an overnight field trip for members of the Bloomfield Jr/Sr. High School Girls Varsity and JV Basketball teams to travel to Evansville, Indiana from June 20, 2014 through June 22, 2014. (See Attached) Sandy May moved to approve the field trip as requested. Matt Miller seconded the motion, which passed by a 7-0 vote.

 

19. Overnight NJROTC Field Trip to Crane Approved. It was recommended the Board approve an overnight field trip for the Bloomfield Jr/Sr High School NJROTC unit to Crane, Indiana from June 23, 2014 through June 27, 2014. (See Attached) Dwayne Hostetter moved to approve the field trip as requested. Matt Miller seconded the motion, which passed by a 7-0 vote.

 

20. Freshmen and Junior High Girls Freshmen and Junior High Basketball Team Camp Field Trip (Overnight). It was recommended the Board approve an overnight field trip for girl basketball players in the 7th, 8th, and 9th grades to Hanover, Indiana for the Hanover College Basketball Camp from June 28, 2014 to June 29, 2014. (See Attached) The team and coaches will depart from Bloomfield on June 28, 2014. The players and coaches will stay overnight at Hanover College on June 28, 2014.   Players and coaches will return to Bloomfield at the conclusion of camp activities on June 29, 2014. The players and coaches will be transported to Hanover, Indiana via two (2) Bloomfield School mini-buses. The field trip expenses including camp registration and fuel will be paid for by the participating player’s parents. Mr. Sichting said the players will be supervised during the field trip by Mr. Trent Frady and Mrs. Ruth Ann Floyd. Sandy May made a motion to approve the recommendation. Matt Miller seconded the motion, which passed by a 7-0 vote.

 

21. Bloomfield Jr.-Sr. High School NJROTC Donation. It was recommended the Board approve the following donation for the Bloomfield Jr.-Sr. High School NJROTC Unit:

 

  • American Legion Post #196-$5,500

 

Bloomfield School District Board of School Trustees has adopted policies for implementation for the school district. The Bloomfield School District Board of School Trustees Policy #9510 requires all gifts, bequests, or donations to be approved by the Bloomfield School District Board of School Trustees. The Bloomfield School District Board of School Trustees, administration, staff, and students would like to thank American Legion Post #196 for their continued support of the Bloomfield Jr.-Sr. High School NJROTC Unit. Dwayne Hostetter moved to approve the donations. Matt Miller seconded the motion, which passed by a 7-0 vote.

 

22. Bloomfield Elementary School Sea Perch Donation. It was recommended the Bloomfield School District Board of School Trustees approve the following donation to the Bloomfield Elementary School Sea Perch extra-curricular account:

 

  • Levi Strauss and Company-$200

 

Bloomfield School District Board of School Trustees has adopted policies for implementation for the school district. The Bloomfield School District Board of School Trustees Policy #9510 requires all gifts, bequests, or donations to be approved by the Bloomfield School District Board of School Trustees. The Bloomfield School District Board of School Trustees, administration, staff, and students would like to thank Levi Strauss and Company for their support of the Bloomfield Elementary School Sea Perch program.

Sandy May made a motion to approve the recommendation. John Combs seconded the motion, which passed by a 7-0 vote. Mr. Sichting explained that Levi Strauss and Company matches any donation one of their employees makes. He said there is a grandparent of a Bloomfield Elementary student who makes a donation and then Levi Strauss and Company makes a matching donation. Mr. Sichting thanked the grandparent for their donation, as well.

 

23. Bloomfield Elementary Extra-Curricular Account Purchase. It was recommended the Bloomfield School District Board of School Trustees approve a purchase of two thousand nine hundred ninety nine dollars ($2,999) from the Bloomfield Elementary School Extra-Curricular Account for the purchase of “Math Facts in a Flash” an educational learning tool which will be used by classroom teachers to remediate and enrich student master of academic standards. (See Attached) Eric Moody moved to approve the recommendation. Bill Bond seconded the motion, which passed by a 7-0 vote.

 

24. Bloomfield Elementary Extra-Curricular Account Purchase. It was recommended the Bloomfield School District Board of School Trustees approve a purchase of two thousand ninety-five dollars ($2,095) from the Bloomfield Elementary School Extra-Curricular Account for the purchase of software licensing for “BrainPop” an educational learning tool teachers can use to remediate deficiencies in student knowledge and /or skill in terms of mastery of academic standards at each grade level. (See Attached) Dwayne Hostetter moved to approve the recommendation. Matt Miller seconded the motion, which passed by a 7-0 vote.

 

25. Out-of-School Suspension Program. Superintendent Sichting explained that Bloomfield School District had partnered with Eastern Greene School Corporation, Linton-Stockton School Corporation, Metropolitan School District of Shakamak, and White River Valley School District on an out-of-school suspension program and junior high school alternative education program in the past. He said the consortium of schools ended with decisions by the Metropolitan School District of Shakamak and Linton-Stockton School Corporation to end their participation. He recommended approving Bloomfield School District’s participation with Eastern Greene School Corporation and White River Valley School Corporation in an Out-of-School Suspension program for the 2014-2015 academic terms for grades 6-12. Dwayne Hostetter moved to approve the recommendation. Sandy May seconded the motion. Bloomfield School District would be partnering with Eastern Greene and White River Valley School Corporation during the 2014-2015 academic term to continue the Out-of-School Suspension program. Currently, no Junior High Alternative School program has been established. Mr. Sichting said discussions are on-going with Judge Chip Allen to mandate student participation in the out-of-school suspension program. He said he is hopeful Bloomfield School District will be able to offer an Alternative School approach to Junior High students that struggle with the normal schedule and attendance. Bloomfield School District is planning on using credit recovery courses available through the Knoy Learning Center for this purpose or in purchasing additional software licenses for Junior High students.   The recommendation passed by a 7-0 vote.

 

26. Southern Indiana Education Service Center Curriculum Consortium. It was recommended the Board approve Bloomfield School District’s participation in a curriculum consortium through the Southern Indiana Education Service Center to prepare for the implementation of Indiana’s College and Career Ready Academic Standards. Matt Miller made a motion to approve the recommendation. Sandy May seconded the motion. In late May, the Indiana State Board of Education adopted a new set of academic standards for the state of Indiana. Indiana’s new academic standards are referred to as Indiana’s College and Career Ready Academic Standards. Bloomfield School District students will take assessments on the current academic standards and also two sets of pilot assessments for Indiana’s College and Career Ready Academic Standards for the 2014-2015 school year. During the 2015-2016 school year, students at Bloomfield School District will be assessed on mastery of Indiana’s College and Career Ready Standards by new assessments that have yet to be developed. The Indiana Department of Education is in the process of releasing a “Request for Proposals” for development of the new assessments to be used during the 2015-2016 school year. The Southern Indiana Education Service Center is developing a “Curriculum Development Consortium” to assist schools in preparing for Indiana’s College and Career Ready Academic Standards. Two teams of teachers from school corporations in southern Indiana will work in a consortium to complete the following:

 

  • Prioritize the academic standards
  • Develop units of study on central themes
  • Assign standards as priority standards or supporting standards
  • Prepare a pacing calendar for grade levels in terms of mastery of the standards
  • Construct a unit planning organizer
  • Develop “Big Ideas” and “Essential Questions”
  • Create formative and summative assessments
  • Identify additional key vocabulary, interdisciplinary options, and link to 21st Century Learning Skills
  • Plan engaging learning experiences for students
  • Gather instructional resources
  • Develop Progress Monitoring Checks
  • Develop Weekly Plan; Design the Daily Lesson
  • Develop Professional Development Plans
  • Review data results in teams and individualize district plans going forward after weaknesses are identified by data

 

School districts participating in the consortium will have two teams (i.e.-English/Language Arts and Math) with a building administrator. The cost of participation will be one thousand three hundred ten ($1,310) dollars for the school district. The recommendation passed by a 7-0 vote.

 

27. Project to Polyurethane Waterproofing of Bloomfield Jr/Sr High School Mechanical Room Roof. It was recommended the Bloomfield School District Board of School Trustees authorize Superintendent Dan Sichting to solicit quotes and award a contract to waterproof the roof of the Bloomfield Jr.-Sr. High School Mechanical Room. (See Attached) Sandy May moved to approve the recommendation. John Combs seconded the motion. The Bloomfield Jr.-Sr. High School Mechanical Room has a concrete deck room which also serves as a pedestrian walkway for students and patrons entering the east side of Bloomfield Jr.-Sr. High School. Currently the concrete roof has been caulked but moisture still leaks into the mechanical room. Bloomfield School District is currently replacing boilers, pumps, water heaters in the Mechanical Room. Bloomfield School District would contract with Erny and Associates, P.C. to develop specifications and plans for a waterproofing substance to be added to the concrete deck. The estimated cost of the project is twenty-five thousand ($25,000) to thirty-five thousand ($35,000). Superintendent Dan Sichting utilizing the services of Erny and Associates would solicit three (3) quotes for this project. The project would be awarded and the contract be brought to the Bloomfield School District Board of School Trustees meeting for approval. The motion passed by a 7-0 vote.

 

28. Administrative Guideline, 2nd Reading. The following Administrative Guideline was presented for the second time: (See Attached)

 

  • 3131-Staff Reduction

 

                The Staff Reduction Administrative Guideline meets the State requirements. The Staff Reduction Administrative Guideline was reviewed by legal counsel for alignment with the intent of Indiana Code. Discussion of the Staff Reduction Administrative Guideline took place in March and April with the Bloomfield Teacher’s Association. The Staff Reduction Administrative Guideline was discussed with the Bloomfield Teacher’s Association during April and May Discussion meetings. Administrative Guidelines do not require board approval. Administrative Guideline #3131-Staff Reduction will be effective immediately.

 

29. Board Policies, New and Revised, 1st Reading. The following policies are being presented for the first time. Two of the policies are current Bloomfield School District policies and are being amended. One of the policies is a new policy to Bloomfield School District.

 

  • 3772, Firearms and Dangerous Weapons, Revised
  • 9150.1, Firearms and Dangerous Weapons, Revised
  • 5630.1, Use of Seclusion and Restraint with Students, New

 

Policies are read publically twice prior to adoption. Mr. Sichting said these policies would be brought back to a later meeting for second reading and board approval.

 

30. 1:1 Computer Initiative Update. Superintendent Sichting told board members that presently quotes were being sought for a VDI, which would give Mrs. Mattox the ability to set up virtual workstations or tablets. He said then people who bring their own devices to school would be able to connect to that virtual tablet. Mr. Sichting said work is continuing to find the best solution and specifications will be gotten out to parents on what the minimum specifications needed are. Board discussion was held.

 

31. School Fundraisers: Child Nutrition Programs’ Instruction. Superintendent Sichting shared information received from the Indiana Department of Education concerning school fundraisers and the ability to exempt certain fundraisers from state policy on nutritional guidelines. (See Attached) Mr. Sichting said basically the school has the right to exempt two fundraisers that do not meet nutritional standards from being sold during school hours.

 

32. 2014 Summer School. Superintendent Sichting said he was happy to report that Summer School numbers are strong. He said there were 46 students taking driver’s education this summer. Mr. Sichting continued that there were 39 students signed up for Health, 17 Credit Recovery students along with 24 Supervised Ag students.

 

33. Preliminary 2014 ISTEP+ and End-of-Course Assessment Data. Mr. Sichting said the 2014 ISTEP+ data had not been received yet, but would be posted on the Parent Network beginning May 30th. He said letters have gone out to parents reminding them of their log-in information so that they could go in and view those results. Mr. Sichting said ECA scores are back and stated that he was very pleased with the results.

 

34. Comments and Information from the Public. Mr. Dean had a few recognitions to add. He shared that Alli Workman was headed to state competition in track, Emily Bucher was still competing in singles tennis play in the state tournament, and added that baseball, boy’s and girl’s track along with softball had successful seasons.

 

35. Adjournment. There being no further business Eric Moody moved to adjourn. Sandy May seconded the motion. The meeting was then adjourned by a 7-0 vote.

 

 

   BLOOMFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT – BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES

 

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President                                                        Member

 

 

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Vice-President                                               Member

 

 

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Member                                                          Member

 

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Attest: Secretary                                           Superintendent of Schools

 

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