B O A R D A G E N D A
December 15, 2008
1. Roll Call
3. Accept minutes dated November 17, 2008
4. Hearing of delegations and communications
5. Adoption of agenda
6. Unfinished business
7. New business
A. Consider student transfer requests.
B. Presentation of financial statement and bank reconcilement for the month of November, 2008.
C. Approve payment of payrolls and bills and accounts for the month of December, 2008.
D. Approve new account at Troy Bank and Trust in the name of Goshen High School for the purpose of maintaining the P.A.U.L. Scholarship Fund.
E. Approve 2009 board meeting schedule.
F. Approve English Language Arts textbook adoption committee for 2008-2009.
G. Approve the sale of two surplus buses to Alabama Buses Unlimited at $6,250 each.
H. Award bids for the sale of CNP surplus equipment.
I. Award bid for off lease/refurbished computers.
J. Approve obtaining student email accounts through Gaggle.Net.
K. Approve request by Coach Thornton to allow the Goshen High School football staff to attend a coach's clinic in Nashville, Tennessee, on January 18-20, 2009, at no cost to the board except mileage reimbursement.
8. Personnel action
A. Approve employment of Ucella Jones as Indian Education instructional assistant.
B. Approve employment of Jennifer Pollard as CNP floater.
C. Approve employment of Sylvia Sipper as a bus driver.
D. Accept the resignation, effective December 5, 2008, of Kimberlee Williams from her position as special needs bus aide.
E. Approve employment of Candice Brunney as special needs bus aide.
F. Terminate employment of a probationary support staff member.
9. Business by members of the board and superintendent of education not included on the agenda.
Additional items for board agenda, December 15, 2008:
1. Approval for Joy Taylor to attend the Legislative Action Conference in Washington, DC, on March 1-4, 2009.
2. Approve Judy Mobley as a contract consultant at Pike County High School for the purpose of remediation for the Alabama Graduate Exam.
3. Accept Barbara Lampley's resignation for retirement from her position as custodian at Pike County High School.