Board of Education Meeting Agenda March 4, 2015 Robinson

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Board of Education Meeting Agenda March 4, 2015 Robinson
Manhattan-Ogden USD 383
Manhattan, Kansas
The mission of the Manhattan-Ogden School District is to education each student
to be a contributing citizen in a changing, diverse society.
Board of Education Meeting Agenda
March 4, 2015
Robinson Education Center
Kirmser Conference Room
2031 Poyntz Avenue
6:30 p.m.
Est.
Time
6:30
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
6.0
Regular Business Meeting
Roll Call
Adoption of Agenda (A) (A=Action Item, D=Discussion Item, I=Information Item)
Pledge of Allegiance
Special Recognition
4.1
Business Professionals of America State Champions (page 3)
4.2
Kansas Master Teacher Award – Barbara Clark (page 4)
Recognition of Visitors and Citizen Comments
2
Consent Agenda (A )
6.1
Minutes
6.1.1 February 18, 2015 (page 5)
6.1.2 February 25, 2015 (page 10)
6.2
Consideration of Bills (page 11)
6.3
Financial Reports for December 2014
6.3.1 Clerk’s Report (page 17)
6.3.2 Treasurer’s Report (page 18)
6.3.3 Activity Report (page 20)
6.4
Human Resources Report (page 25)
6.5
Donations (page 28)
6.6
Business Professionals of America National Conference Trip (page 29)
6.7
MHS Orchestra Trip to Heritage Music Festival in Chicago, IL (page 32)
6:45
7.0
Reports
7.1
Spoken
7.1.1 Superintendent
7.1.2 Manhattan High School Student Council
7.1.3 NEA-Manhattan-Ogden
7.1.4 Board of Education
7.1.5 Space for Families in Transition (FIT) Closet (Stan Ward) (page 38)
7.1.6 Parents as Teachers Program Annual Report (Brandy Kirk) (page 41)
7.1.7 Budget Reduction Planning
7.2
Written
7.2.1 February 20 Military Count (Robert Seymour)
7:45
8.0
Old Business
9.0
New Business
2
9.1
Calendar Adoption 2015-16 (A ) (Robert Seymour) (page 44)
2
9.2
Summer Programs 2015 (A ) (Carol Adams, Jeanne Disney) (page 51)
2
9.3
MHS-E HVAC Loop Pump Replacement (A ) (Keith Noll)
1
MARCH 4, 2015
AGENDA
9.4
9.5
Page 2
2
Resolution for LOB Authority Mail Ballot (A ) (Lew Faust, Robert Seymour)
(page 59)
2
Vacancy for Associate Superintendent Position (A )
10.0
Next Regular Meeting Items – March 25, 2015
10.1
Adult Learning Center/Open Door Facility Lease
10.2
Capital Outlay Budget Planning 2015-16
10.3
Gifted Education Program Annual Report
10.4
Worker Compensation Annual Report
10.5
Bid – Frank Bergman Elementary Reroof
11.0
Future Meeting Items
11.1
Diversity Topics
11.2
ACT/SAT Test Preparation
11.3
District Facilities
11.4
District Salary & Wage Study
11.5
Board Policy IIBF – Acceptable Use Guidelines
11.6
Miller Ranch Property
11.7
Riley County Needs Assessment
11.8
Role of the Manhattan-Ogden Public Schools Foundation
11.9
Innovative Schools Status
12.0
Meeting & Events
12.1
Board of Education Regular Meeting –
Wednesday, March 25, 6:30 p.m., Robinson Education Center
12.2
Board of Education Regular Meeting –
Wednesday, April 1, 6:30 p.m., Robinson Education Center
12.3
Board of Education Regular Meeting –
Wednesday, April 15, 6:30 p.m., Robinson Education Center
12.4
Board of Education Regular Meeting –
Wednesday, May 6, 6:30 p.m., Robinson Education Center
13.0
Executive Session
13.3
Personnel
14.0
Adjourn
2
ITEM 4.1
Manhattan-Ogden Unified School District 383
Special Recognition Form
Name of individual/group to be recommended: Danielle Miller, Sakif Hossain, Emma
Devine, Geri Speaks, Eric Deters
Date: March 4, 2015
Description of this individual’s/group’s achievement or accomplishment:
Congratulations to Manhattan High School students Danielle Miller, Sakif Hossain, Emma
Devine, Geri Speaks, Eric Deters – Business Professionals of America State Champions!
Students can choose from 50 events, some written tests, some presentations in front of
judges, and some computer production to compete in. The following areas from which the
kids can choose are: finance; business administration; management information systems;
digital communication and design; and management, marketing, and communication.
MHS students participated in 20 of the events this year. Twenty-two MHS students
competed, with 14 qualifying for Nationals.
• Advanced Accounting - Danielle Miller 1st: 90-minute written test; of the contestants,
only four made minimum competency—two of those were our students. Contestants
analyze, journalize, and update accounts in order to prepare financial reports/statements
for partnerships and corporations.
• Entrepreneurship - Sakif Hossain 1st: Develop a business plan (no longer than 15 pages, so
it is a major undertaking) and presentation. Sakif had to send in the business plan by
February 1st to be evaluated beforehand. Ten minutes is all the contestants have to present
their product. Competitors are to assume they are presenting their business plan to
potential investors at a bank with the objective of securing financing for their business
venture.
• Financial Analyst Team - Emma Devane, Geri Speaks, Danielle Miller, Eric Deters 1st
Use analytical and problem solving skills to make decisions and recommendations using
financial reports, both internal and external. The team analyzes and interprets computer
reports from a business case study. The team is given a scenario on the spot, they then have
90 minutes to analyze the data, complete & analyze comparative financial statements
including ratio analysis, prepare a technical written report in a specific format, and present
their findings in a PowerPoint presentation.
Congratulations again to Danielle Miller, Sakif Hossain, Emma Devine, Geri Speaks, Eric
Deters and their advisors Glenda Eichman, Debra Kidd, Tiffany Anderson, Kathy Ricketts
and Paige McCarthy – 2015 BPA State Champions – we are proud of you!
3
ITEM 4.2
Manhattan-Ogden Unified School District 383
Special Recognition Form
Name of individual/group to be recommended: Barbara Clark
Date: March 4, 2015
Description of this individual’s/group’s achievement or accomplishment:
Congratulations to Barbara Clark – a 2015 Kansas Master! She is a 4th grade
teacher at Northview Elementary School. Mrs. Clark is the 27th USD 383 teacher to
be named a Kansas Master Teacher.
To be eligible for nomination, each candidate must have served at least five years in
schools in Kansas as a teacher or instructional leader, exemplified teaching or
administrative effectiveness, and demonstrated the attitude and abilities specified in
the National Education Association's Code of Ethics of the Educational Professional.
Qualified candidates demonstrate these qualities by submitting an application
documenting his or her educational philosophy, job performance, outstanding
community service, continuous professional growth, exceptional school service and
participation in professional organizations.
Emporia State University established the Kansas Master Teacher awards in 1953.
The awards are presented annually to teachers who have served the profession long
and well and who also typify the good qualities of earnest and conscientious
teachers. Barb and her fellow Master Teachers will be honored at Emporia State
University on April 1.
Congratulations again to Barbara Clark – 2015 Kansas Master Teacher - thank you
for teaching in Manhattan-Ogden USD 383 – we are proud of you!
4
ITEM 6.1.1
Board of Education Meeting
Manhattan-Ogden
Unified School District 383
Wednesday, February 18, 2015, 6:30 p.m.
Minutes – Regular Meeting
Robinson Education Center – Manhattan, Kansas
1.0
Roll Call
Members present:
Member absent:
Colburn, Dave
Edie, Darell
Estabrook, Aaron
Herrman, Curt
Hudgins, Pat
Fliter, Leah (President – presiding)
Denison, Diane (Clerk)
Rozell, Marcia
Also present were Superintendent Robert Shannon, Associate Superintendent Robert Seymour,
district administrators and staff, community members, students and media.
2.0
Adoption of Agenda
Colburn moved to add Item 6.7 Journalism Trip to National JEA/NSPA Conference to the agenda
and approve the amended agenda. Herrman seconded.
Motion passed 6/0.
3.0
Pledge of Allegiance
4.0
Special Recognition
4.1
MHS students were recognized for winning the 4-Speaker 6A State Debate
Championship. Members include Nathan McClendon, Angel Zelazny, Niroop
Rajashekar, Peter Sang, and Lillian Colburn. The team is coached by Shawn Rafferty.
5.0
Recognition of Visitors and Citizen Comments
None
6.0
Consent Agenda
President Fliter reviewed Consent Agenda items.
Colburn moved to approve the Consent Agenda. Hudgens seconded.
President Fliter opened the floor to public comment. No one came forward. President Fliter
closed the floor to public comment.
Motion passed 6/0.
6.1.
Approved Minutes – February 4, 201
6.2.
Approved Payment of Bills in the Amount of $508,910.08
6.3.
Approved the Human Resources Report
EMPLOYMENT
PARAEDUCATORS, TUTORS, AIDES
Shelly Rosenow, Paraeducator, Eisenhower Middle School
5
$8.00/hour
FEBRUARY 18, 2015
MINUTES
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Gina Thomas, Aide, Amanda Arnold Elem. & Manhattan High School East
Mikel Neil, Aide, Rise Step up Dance, Eisenhower Middle School
Nicholas Wiggins, Aide, Rise Step up Dance, Eisenhower Middle School
Sylvia Milan, Aide, Rise Step up Dance, Eisenhower Middle School
Hally Hayen, Aide, Rise Step up Dance, Eisenhower Middle School
Natalie Torrey, Paraeducator Substitute
Ashley Gericke, Paraeducator Substitute
LUNCHROOM/PLAYGROUND SUPERVISOR
Tara Alayoubi, Lee Elementary
Alyssa Bisagno, Lee Elementary
Kelsi Standlee, Lee Elementary
BLAST FACILITATOR
Trenton Bortz, Bergman Elementary
CHILDCARE ASSISTANT
Erika Chandler, Amanda Arnold Elementary
TRANSPORTATION
Thomas Johnson, Bus Driver
$9.30/hour
$18.00/hour
$18.00/hour
$18.00/hour
$18.00/hour
$7.65/hour
$7.65/hour
$7.25/hour
$7.25/hour
$7.25/hour
$9.00/hour
$8.50/hour
$11.28/hour
RETIREMENTS
Lucinda Nivert
LEAVE OF ABSENCE
Shelly Camba
RESIGNATIONS
Maryssa Gallardo
Gabriela Robles
Tayler Smith
Ronald Jellema
TERMINATIONS
Victoria Lester
Jennifer McLearran
Cordesia Harper
Mark Brungardt
6.4.
Leicha Kennedy
Jennifer Kind
Thomas Sullivan
Jonina Hughes
Erika Dinardi
Courtney Hoyt
Britton Reid
Debra DeVenuto
Heather Emberry
Approved Donations
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7.0
Leigh Stamper
Kassi Chapmen
Sydni Baker
Amanda Ridder
$1,000 cash donation to Northview Elementary School from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas Foundation
to be used for Sixth Grade field trip.
$563.41 cash donation to Northview Elementary School from Sunflower Bank to be used for teacher and
classroom supplies.
$700 grant to Northview Elementary School from Target Field Trips to be used for the Sixth Grade field
trip.
$2,455 cash donation to Manhattan High School from Manhattan-Ogden Public Schools Foundation to
support the choir and music programs.
$2,290 cash donation to Woodrow Wilson Elementary School from Woodrow Wilson Elementary School
PTO to purchase iPads for classroom use.
$1,400 cash donation to Eisenhower Middle School from United Bank and Trust for Eagles of Excellence tshirts.
$18,000 grant to the Food Service Department from the Kansas State Department of Education HUSSC
Mini Grant to purchase kid friendly cookbooks for elementary schools, training for teachers on “brain
breaks”, and to purchase equipment to increase the quality and availability of vegetables to students.
$1,831.81 cash donation to Manhattan High School from the MHS Booster Club to fund activities and
athletics.
6.5.
Approved Head Start and Early Head Start January 2015 Report
6.6.
Approved Contract for District Financial Audit Service
6.7.
Approved Journalism Trip to National JEA/NSPA Conference
Reports
7.1
Spoken
7.1.1 Bluemont Elementary School Site Council Report
Kathy Stitt, Bluemont Elementary Principal, presented the Bluemont Elementary
School Site Council report.
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FEBRUARY 18, 2015
7.2
8.0
MINUTES
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7.1.2
Superintendent
Dr. Shannon commented:
st
 Kindergarten Roundup will be April 21 , 5:45 p.m. – 6:45 p.m.,
 SB 60 – Authorizing participation by less than full-time students in activities
regulated by KSHSAA, and
 Not supportive of the wording of HB 2292 – Development and establishment
of K-12 curriculum standards.
7.1.3
Anthony Middle School Student Council
Parker Wilson, President, and Kristine Gevock, Vice President, reviewed AMS
activities and athletics.
7.1.4
NEA-Manhattan-Ogden
Lisa Heller and Gordon Thornton, Co-Presidents of NEA-Manhattan-Ogden,
commented on:
 Teachers have been asked to keep up with all that is going on at the state
level, and
 Parent/Teacher conferences are over and testing will be starting soon.
7.1.5
Board of Education
7.1.5.1 Partisan School Board Elections
Estabrook testified against the bill. Discussion.
 Herrman thanked Dr. Shannon for speaking at the Ft. Riley Community
Listening Session and thanked the organizing staff of the Little Apple Tech
Fest.
 Colburn commented on the excellent organization of the Ft. Riley Community
Listening Session.
 Estabrook commented on a bill that would regulate who could serve on a
school board by who is in their household.
 Edie commented on the Ft. Riley Community Listening Session.
 Hudgins thanked the KSU classes in attendance and asked them to stay
civically-minded.
 Brodie Herrman, son of Curt Herrman and intern with KASB, updated the
Board on current legislative bills in committee with the Kansas Legislature.
7.1.6
Budget Reduction Planning
Lew Faust, Director of Business Services, updated the Board on the Budget
Advisory Committee meetings. Discussion.
7.1.7
District Technology Annual Report
Dr. Mike Ribble, Director of Technology, presented the District Technology
Annual Report. Discussion.
Written
7.2.1 KSU Partnership/Financial Annual Report
The Board acknowledged the KSU Partnership/Financial Report.
Old Business
None
President Fliter recessed the meeting at 8:26 p.m.
President Fliter reconvened the meeting at 8:35 p.m.
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FEBRUARY 18, 2015
9.0
MINUTES
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New Business
9.1
State Technology Plan
Mike Ribble, Director of Technology, presented the district’s three-year technology plan
to be submitted to the Kansas State Department of Education. Discussion.
Herrman moved to approve the State Technology Plan for the Manhattan-Ogden School
District for the period of July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2018. Edie seconded.
President Fliter opened the floor to public comment. No one came forward. President
Fliter closed the floor to public comment.
Motion passed 6/0.
9.2
Bid – Technology – Cisco Networking Equipment
Mike Ribble, Director of Technology, presented the bids for Cisco switches and access
points. Discussion.
Edie moved to give final approval to the purchase of the Cisco Equipment from Alexander
Open Systems of Overland Park, KS in the amount of $324,859. Estabrook seconded.
Discussion
President Fliter opened the floor to public comment. No one came forward. President
Fliter closed the floor to public comment.
Motion passed 6/0.
10.0
Next Regular Meeting Items – March 4, 2015
Items were reviewed.
11.0
Future Meeting Items
Items were reviewed. Estabrook asked to add Innovative Schools Status.
12.0
Meeting & Events
Meetings and events were reviewed.
13.0
Executive Session
13.1
Personnel
Colburn moved to go into executive session for 45 minutes, to discuss personnel matters
of non-elected personnel in order to protect the privacy interests of the individual to be
discussed, and to return to open session at 9:30 p.m. Edie seconded.
Motion passed 6/0.
Dr. Shannon, Dr. Seymour, Keith Noll, Director of Maintenance and Facilities, and Larry
Liotta, Amanda Arnold Elementary School Principal, joined the Board in executive session.
Dr. Seymour, Keith Noll, and Larry Liotta left executive session at 9:02 p.m.
14.0
Adjourn
Herrman moved to adjourn the meeting at 9:30 p.m. Edie seconded.
Motion passed 6/0.
8
FEBRUARY 18, 2015
MINUTES
Respectfully submitted,
Diane L. Denison, Clerk
USD 383 Board of Education
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ITEM 6.1.2
Board of Education Meeting
Manhattan-Ogden
Unified School District 383
Wednesday, February 25, 2015, 5:15 p.m.
Minutes – Special Meeting – Fall Retreat
Robinson Education Center – Manhattan, Kansas
1.0
Roll Call
Members present:
Colburn, Dave
Edie, Darell
Estabrook, Aaron
Herrman, Curt
Hudgins, Pat
Rozell, Marcia
Fliter, Leah (President – presiding)
Denison, Diane (Clerk)
Also present were Superintendent Robert Shannon, Associate Superintendent Robert Seymour,
district administrators and staff, community members, students and media.
2.0
Manhattan Urban Area Comprehensive Plan - 2035
City of Manhattan employees, Karen Davis, Director of Community Development; Eric Cattell,
Assistant Director of Planning; and Lance Evans, Senior Planner – Long Range; presented an
overview of the Manhattan Urban Area Comprehensive Plan – 2035. Discussion.
President Fliter recessed the meeting at 6:10 p.m.
President Fliter reconvened the meeting at 6:20 p.m.
3.0
Classroom Space Utilization
Robert Seymour presented information regarding classroom space utilization for the elementary
and middle schools. Discussion.
President Fliter recessed the meeting at 7:16 p.m.
President Fliter reconvened the meeting at 7:28 p.m.
4.0
School Budget 2015-2016
Lew Faust, Director of Business Services, presented information about the 2015-2016 School
Budget. Discussion.
5.0
Adjourn
President Fliter adjourned the meeting at 8:21 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Diane L. Denison, Clerk
USD 383 Board of Education
10
ITEM 6.2
MANHATTAN-OGDEN USD 383
CHECK REGISTER TOTALS BY FUND
March 4, 2015
FUND
12
GENERAL FUND
FUND
13
SUPPLEMENTAL GENERAL
FUND
16
VOCATIONAL FUND
FUND
18
AT RISK FUND
FUND
30
SPECIAL EDUCATION
23,564.66
FUND
35
FOOD SERVICE
89,424.28
FUND
40
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION
FUND
45
MANHATTAN VIRTUAL ACADEMY
FUND
48
DRICERS TRAINING
FUND
54
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
FUND
55
CAPITAL OUTLAY
FUND
70
HEAD START
FUND
74
HEARTLAND WORKS
FUND
77
COLLEGE HILL PRESCHOOL
FUND
79
COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTER
FUND
80
TITLE I
FUND
84
MIGRANT
981.09
FUND
86
DODEA MILITARY IMPACT
920.27
FUND
87
TITLE II A TEACHR QUALITY
FUND
90
ALCOHOL PREVENTION
FUND
94
CHILDCARE/PRE-SCHOOL
FUND
96
YES GRANT
FUND
97
BOND CONSTRUCTION $97.5M
FUND
98
SAFE AND SUPPORTIVE SCHOOLS
FUND
99
MINI GRANTS
516,356.01
22,370.91
4,641.56
276.36
1,080.29
818.36
94.98
617.99
134,634.27
1,559.50
31.92
1,292.33
726.65
2,778.00
1,149.58
370.14
1,354.66
396.00
109,313.00
339.93
1,847.56
916,940.30
REPORT TOTAL
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Report Date
02/25/15 11:34 AM
Bank
Check No
01
00138652
01
00138653
01
00138654
01
Amount
UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT #383
Page No
A/P Summary Check Register
FPREG01A
Type
Date
Vendor
869.00
03/04/15
16695
APPLE COMPUTER, INC.
C
1,150.98
03/04/15
7987
BD4 DISTRIBUTING
C
3,722.00
03/04/15
559695 C&C PRODUCE
C
00138655
452,887.00
03/04/15
740
C
01
00138656
1,255.00
03/04/15
573256 CYBERTRON INTERNATIONAL, INC.
C
01
00138657
738.61
03/04/15
564680 FIX-TURKOWSKI, VICKIE
C
01
00138658
3,911.46
03/04/15
569089 FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS, INC.
C
01
00138659
74.09
03/04/15
17219
FOUST, LONA
C
01
00138660
73.00
03/04/15
2917
FREEBY, SCOTT
C
01
00138661
45.00
03/04/15
574880 GEORGE, WHITNEY
C
01
00138662
72.80
03/04/15
41009
HAYS, SIEGLINDE
C
01
00138663
5,868.76
03/04/15
25099
HILAND DAIRY COMPANY
C
01
00138664
264.00
03/04/15
4661
KAGAN COOPERATIVE LEARNING
C
01
00138665
85.00
03/04/15
2127
KANSAS NUTRITION COUNCIL
C
01
00138666
66.48
03/04/15
24430
KIDD, DEBRA
C
01
00138667
43.59
03/04/15
30543
KOLE, NANCY
C
01
00138668
18.48
03/04/15
991325 LAGERMAN, STEPHANIE C.
C
01
00138669
435.85
03/04/15
6320
LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS
C
01
00138670
563.87
03/04/15
578
MANHATTAN MERCURY
C
01
00138671
5.41
03/04/15
29018
CHERYL R MCCORMICK
C
01
00138672
139.98
03/04/15
559920 MIDWEST TRANSIT EQUIPMENT, INC.
C
01
00138673
270.42
03/04/15
9410
MILLER, HELEN
C
01
00138674
11.98
03/04/15
6862
MORTON, CLEION
C
01
00138675
2,970.00
03/04/15
550922 NOVACOAST CORPORATE OFFICE
C
01
00138676
54.00
03/04/15
553077 NYP, KRISTY
C
01
00138677
396.00
03/04/15
10159
OGDEN PTO
C
01
00138678
128.00
03/04/15
36221
OLSON, SARAH
C
01
00138679
41.22
03/04/15
31355
PAYNE, AMY
C
01
00138680
14.78
03/04/15
544957 PECENKA, ALICIA
C
01
00138681
170.00
03/04/15
43762
PROFESSIONAL FIRE ALARM SYSTEM
C
01
00138682
426.70
03/04/15
33475
SCHOOL SPECIALITY-INTEGRATIONS
C
01
00138683
191.84
03/04/15
28392
SCHOOL SPECIALTY
C
01
00138684
64.44
03/04/15
745
SCHOOL SPECIALTY
C
01
00138685
162.40
03/04/15
36783
SMITH, STEPHANIE
C
01
00138686
48.10
03/04/15
9000
SUNFLOWER RESTAURANT SUPPLY
C
01
00138687
12,747.36
03/04/15
27688
SYSCO OF KANSAS CITY
C
01
00138688
1,019.52
03/04/15
1427
THERMAL COMFORT AIR
C
01
00138689
7,258.75
03/04/15
558877 THE THOMPSON CO LLC
C
01
00138690
25.00
03/04/15
13799
AHEC STATEWIDE OFFICE
C
01
00138691
59.50
03/04/15
31015
WASH PALACE
C
01
00138692
43.18
02/17/15
562114 CANON SOLUTIONS AMERICA
C
01
00138693
50.80
02/17/15
562114 CANON SOLUTIONS AMERICA
C
01
00138694
1,885.67
02/17/15
31117
CARD CENTER
C
01
00138695
1,928.72
02/17/15
5093
CITY OF MANHATTAN
C
01
00138696
66.95
02/17/15
11511
LOGAN BUSINESS MACHINES, INC.
C
01
00138697
150.00
02/17/15
575054 MIDWEST CONCRETE CUTTING & CORING LLC
C
01
00138698
563.35
02/17/15
36064
RICOH USA, INC.
C
01
00138699
90.00
02/17/15
8053
SOUTHEAST KANSAS EDUCATION SERVICE CENTE
C
01
00138700
4,169.00
03/04/15
16695
APPLE COMPUTER, INC.
C
01
00138701
49.00
03/04/15
35973
APPLE STORE, THE
C
01
00138702
1,447.54
03/04/15
7145
BEN E. KEITH - OKLAHOMA
C
01
00138703
423.36
03/04/15
9034
BLANCK, BROOKE
C
01
00138704
137.10
03/04/15
571555 BLUE BELL CREAMERIES LP
C
01
00138705
147.00
03/04/15
495
BOB'S GLASS SHOP, INC.
C
01
00138706
147.00
03/04/15
595
BURNETT AUTOMOTIVE
C
CHARLSON-WILSON INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.
12
1
Report Date
02/25/15 11:34 AM
Bank
Check No
01
00138707
01
00138708
01
Amount
UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT #383
Page No
A/P Summary Check Register
FPREG01A
Type
Date
Vendor
76.20
03/04/15
562114 CANON SOLUTIONS AMERICA
C
28.65
03/04/15
3850
CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL SUPPLY
C
00138709
152.48
03/04/15
24277
CARQUEST OF MANHATTAN
C
01
00138710
63.69
03/04/15
31569
CARTRIDGE KING OF KANSAS
C
01
00138711
43.10
03/04/15
561258 CHARLES D. JONES & COMPANY, INC.
C
01
00138712
202.05
03/04/15
1860
C
01
00138713
208.98
03/04/15
569275 KROGER-DILLON'S CUSTOMER CHARGES
C
01
00138714
189.75
03/04/15
27710
EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO'S INC
C
01
00138715
1,491.70
03/04/15
16489
EVCO WHOLESALE FOOD CORP.
C
01
00138716
2,369.90
03/04/15
1343
F & A SALES, INC.
C
01
00138717
136.49
03/04/15
36409
FERGUSON ENTERPRISES, INC.
C
01
00138718
35.00
03/04/15
27852
FIVE STAR VENDING COMPANY
C
01
00138719
1,944.74
03/04/15
569089 FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS, INC.
C
01
00138720
197.29
03/04/15
22795
HARMON, DUKE
C
01
00138721
28.16
03/04/15
23873
HERALD, CHRIS
C
01
00138722
143.81
03/04/15
5218
HOBBY LOBBY
C
01
00138723
400.00
03/04/15
10604
HOWIES ENTERPRISES
C
01
00138724
155.95
03/04/15
25098
IKON
C
01
00138725
13.11
03/04/15
3843
JON MURDOCK INC.
C
01
00138726
306.99
03/04/15
4138
J W PEPPER & SON, INC
C
01
00138727
1,200.00
03/04/15
27999
KA-COMM., INC.
C
01
00138728
176.88
03/04/15
33017
KANSAS TURNPIKE AUTHORITY
C
01
00138729
219.50
03/04/15
2152
KARSMIZKI LOCKSMITH & ALARMS
C
01
00138730
50.40
03/04/15
36690
LANDER, SHANA
C
01
00138731
494.16
03/04/15
3849
MAR KAN SALES CO.
C
01
00138732
188.36
03/04/15
9516
MATHESON TRI-GAS, INC.
C
01
00138733
9,500.00
03/04/15
570648 MID KANSAS COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION
C
01
00138734
279.99
03/04/15
1845
MID-AMERICA OFFICE SUPPLIES
C
01
00138735
67.91
03/04/15
597
MIDWEST ACE HARDWARE
C
01
00138736
29.32
03/04/15
559920 MIDWEST TRANSIT EQUIPMENT, INC.
C
01
00138737
14.50
03/04/15
9448
PAMALA O'NEILL-GRIFFAY
C
01
00138738
307.60
03/04/15
22629
O'REILLY AUTO PARTS
C
01
00138739
592.80
03/04/15
9661
PEPSI COLA BOTTLING CO OF MANHATTAN
C
01
00138740
110.93
03/04/15
4291
PUR-O-ZONE
C
01
00138741
240.01
03/04/15
31709
RAY'S APPLE MARKET #448
C
01
00138742
17.13
03/04/15
551864 REGIER, JENNIFER
C
01
00138743
155.95
03/04/15
36064
C
01
00138744
301.86
03/04/15
541966 SALINA MEDIA GROUP
C
01
00138745
107.92
03/04/15
745
SCHOOL SPECIALTY
C
01
00138746
78.63
03/04/15
1031
STANION WHOLESALE ELEC. CO.
C
01
00138747
488.23
03/04/15
554782 STAPLES CREDIT PLAN
C
01
00138748
112.14
03/04/15
544426 STAPLES ADVANTAGE
C
01
00138749
50.40
03/04/15
571911 SYLVERSTER, DANE
C
01
00138750
673.50
03/04/15
25881
TRUCK PARTS & EQUIPMENT, INC
C
01
00138751
10,562.36
03/04/15
33342
US FOODS
C
01
00138752
694.82
03/04/15
859
USD #383 TRANSPORTATION
C
01
00138753
872.83
03/04/15
29553
VERNIER SOFTWARE & TECHNOLOGY
C
01
00138754
446.58
03/04/15
95087
WALSON INK
C
01
00138755
96.36
03/04/15
16692
WESTERN EXTRALITE COMPANY
C
01
00138756
7,016.00
02/20/15
22110
AT&T INTERNET SERVICES
C
01
00138757
1,570.01
02/20/15
31117
CARD CENTER
C
01
00138758
78.00
02/20/15
31569
CARTRIDGE KING OF KANSAS
C
01
00138759
100.58
02/20/15
553425 MARLIN BUSINESS BANK
C
01
00138760
718.02
02/20/15
28962
QWEST COMMERCIAL SERVICES
C
01
00138761
1,183.73
02/20/15
1193
STAPLES
C
DEMCO, INC.
IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS, INC
13
2
Report Date
02/25/15 11:34 AM
Bank
Check No
01
00138761
01
00138762
01
Amount
UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT #383
Page No
A/P Summary Check Register
FPREG01A
Type
Date
Vendor
-1,183.73
02/20/15
1193
643.97
02/20/15
544426 STAPLES ADVANTAGE
C
00138763
294.12
02/20/15
25881
C
01
00138764
168.31
03/04/15
575100 ADVANCED AUDIOLOGY, INC.
C
01
00138765
9.76
03/04/15
573663 ALTIERI, SHANNA
C
01
00138766
28.84
03/04/15
22924
C
01
00138767
42.22
03/04/15
573345 ANDERSON, ALISON
C
01
00138768
4,530.00
03/04/15
16695
APPLE COMPUTER, INC.
C
01
00138769
49.00
03/04/15
35973
APPLE STORE, THE
C
01
00138770
156.00
03/04/15
7978
ATA BUS
C
01
00138771
148.84
03/04/15
7959
B & H PHOTO-VIDEO
C
01
00138772
33.26
03/04/15
565431 BABCOCK, CRAIG
C
01
00138773
19.99
03/04/15
35888
BAKER DISTRIBUTING
C
01
00138774
449.74
03/04/15
43743
BD DISTRIBUTING, INC.
C
01
00138775
582.87
03/04/15
7987
BD4 DISTRIBUTING
C
01
00138776
1,404.45
03/04/15
7145
BEN E. KEITH - OKLAHOMA
C
01
00138777
274.00
03/04/15
16827
BG CONSULTANTS INC.
C
01
00138778
50.40
03/04/15
553182 BOWEN, ABBY
C
01
00138779
894.02
03/04/15
564869 BUILDING CONTROLS AND SERVICES, INC.
C
01
00138780
318.12
03/04/15
595
C
01
00138781
3,185.00
03/04/15
559695 C&C PRODUCE
C
01
00138782
9,172.00
03/04/15
9548
CAPPER FOUNDATION
C
01
00138783
8.57
03/04/15
3850
CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL SUPPLY
C
01
00138784
1,308.15
03/04/15
31569
CARTRIDGE KING OF KANSAS
C
01
00138785
630.00
03/04/15
22912
CREATIVE MATHEMATICS
C
01
00138786
447.00
03/04/15
5594
CYTEK MEDIA SYSTEMS, INC.
C
01
00138787
1,760.00
03/04/15
7511
EMBERS, PATRICIA
C
01
00138788
1,815.29
03/04/15
569089 FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS, INC.
C
01
00138789
174.16
03/04/15
36280
FOWLER, CYNDI
C
01
00138790
3,645.54
03/04/15
2058
GEARY COUNTY USD 475
C
01
00138791
330.69
03/04/15
1176
GOPHER SPORT
C
01
00138792
785.35
03/04/15
25044
GREAT LAKES SPORTS
C
01
00138793
5,291.31
03/04/15
25099
HILAND DAIRY COMPANY
C
01
00138794
715.70
03/04/15
25098
IKON
C
01
00138795
45.95
03/04/15
1149
JOSTEN'S
C
01
00138796
2,417.60
03/04/15
36384
KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY KSU CONTROLLER'S
C
01
00138797
109,313.00
03/04/15
562394 KNIPP EQUIPMENT/KANSAS TRANE
C
01
00138798
25.00
03/04/15
2795
C
01
00138799
30.31
03/04/15
543608 LAPO, KIMBERLY
C
01
00138800
93.97
03/04/15
555312 LARSON, CORBIN
C
01
00138801
137.77
03/04/15
13418
LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA
C
01
00138802
339.93
03/04/15
98099
MESSER, ANGIE
C
01
00138803
16.80
03/04/15
36886
MESSICK, ASHLEY
C
01
00138804
33.57
03/04/15
1845
MID-AMERICA OFFICE SUPPLIES
C
01
00138805
372.00
03/04/15
31844
MINNESOTA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
C
01
00138806
144.10
03/04/15
24946
NETWORK COMPUTER SOLUTIONS
C
01
00138807
225.00
03/04/15
36862
NORRIS, JANICE
C
01
00138808
34.17
03/04/15
571873 JENNA PADDON
C
01
00138809
52.19
03/04/15
31355
PAYNE, AMY
C
01
00138810
6,500.00
03/04/15
4208
POSTMASTER HASLER
C
01
00138811
30.00
03/04/15
558125 PRATER, CALE
C
01
00138812
3,988.00
03/04/15
7745
THE PRINTERY DBA WORKMAN PRINTING
C
01
00138813
1,983.34
03/04/15
4291
PUR-O-ZONE
C
01
00138814
6,090.90
03/04/15
4291
PUR-O-ZONE
C
01
00138815
33.77
03/04/15
564877 RAPP, JENNIFER
STAPLES
TRUCK PARTS & EQUIPMENT, INC
AMERIPRIDE LINEN AND APPAREL SERVICES
BURNETT AUTOMOTIVE
KSDE/SAFE & PREPARED SCHOOLS
14
CV
C
3
Report Date
02/25/15 11:34 AM
Bank
Check No
01
00138816
01
00138817
01
Amount
UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT #383
Page No
A/P Summary Check Register
FPREG01A
Type
Date
Vendor
347.16
03/04/15
31709
RAY'S APPLE MARKET #448
C
45.90
03/04/15
32237
USD #305/EXCEPTIONAL CATERER
C
00138818
49.00
03/04/15
25710
SCHOLASTIC inc
C
01
00138819
959.11
03/04/15
25610
SCHOOL NURSE SUPPLY, INC.
C
01
00138820
350.00
03/04/15
36624
SEAMAN MIDDLE SCHOOL
C
01
00138821
142.47
03/04/15
554782 STAPLES CREDIT PLAN
C
01
00138822
128.94
03/04/15
554871 STEVE WEISS MUSIC, INC.
C
01
00138823
478.05
03/04/15
9716
SUBS-N-SUCH
C
01
00138824
230.85
03/04/15
36466
SUMMIT TRUCK GROUP
C
01
00138825
225.00
03/04/15
10495
SYLVESTER, BARBARA
C
01
00138826
421.47
03/04/15
27688
SYSCO OF KANSAS CITY
C
01
00138827
552.34
03/04/15
1427
THERMAL COMFORT AIR
C
01
00138828
5,584.52
03/04/15
558877 THE THOMPSON CO LLC
C
01
00138829
740.04
03/04/15
8506
TOLEDO P.E. SUPPLY COMPANY
C
01
00138830
188.60
03/04/15
6705
U.S. SCHOOL SUPPLY
C
01
00138831
1,717.21
03/04/15
7637
UFM
C
01
00138832
3,690.58
03/04/15
859
USD #383 TRANSPORTATION
C
01
00138833
28.67
03/04/15
32193
VOGT, KARI
C
01
00138834
45.00
03/04/15
572730 VOGT, LEVI
C
01
00138835
234.04
03/04/15
36525
VOYAGER FLEET SYSTEMS, INC.
C
01
00138836
649.12
03/04/15
5094
WATERS TRUE VALUE HARDWARE
C
01
00138836
-649.12
03/04/15
5094
WATERS TRUE VALUE HARDWARE
CV
01
00138837
148.34
03/04/15
561908 WOLLENBERG, JANAE
C
01
00138838
1,065.85
02/20/15
1193
STAPLES
C
01
00138839
39.96
03/04/15
7407
ACCREDITED LOCK & SUPPLY
C
01
00138840
23.19
03/04/15
574872 BAILEY, LEIGH
C
01
00138841
14.00
03/04/15
575143 BARBER, MADELINE
C
01
00138842
101.45
03/04/15
7987
C
01
00138843
30.00
03/04/15
571830 BEINS, CAROL
C
01
00138844
491.58
03/04/15
571555 BLUE BELL CREAMERIES LP
C
01
00138845
14.00
03/04/15
575135 BORTZ, TRENTON
C
01
00138846
64.39
03/04/15
24277
C
01
00138847
170.85
03/04/15
561258 CHARLES D. JONES & COMPANY, INC.
C
01
00138848
11.40
03/04/15
8121
C
01
00138849
463.20
03/04/15
563331 COMFORT PRODUCTS DISTRIBUTING
C
01
00138850
466.55
03/04/15
30566
DAWDY, TED
C
01
00138851
57.34
03/04/15
10497
DELONG, JUDITH
C
01
00138852
58.58
03/04/15
19877
DUBOIS, MARIANNE
C
01
00138853
398.01
03/04/15
27710
EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO'S INC
C
01
00138854
45.00
03/04/15
36733
ESPINOZA, ARMANDO
C
01
00138855
4,290.92
03/04/15
16489
EVCO WHOLESALE FOOD CORP.
C
01
00138856
8,876.90
03/04/15
1343
F & A SALES, INC.
C
01
00138857
226.08
03/04/15
574325 FIRST CLASS SIGNS, LLC
C
01
00138858
129,379.50
03/04/15
31126
C
01
00138859
31.92
03/04/15
920303 HANSON, CHRISTINE
C
01
00138860
33.64
03/04/15
1702
C
01
00138861
45.00
03/04/15
999288 HOLLOWAY, BRETT ADAM
C
01
00138862
622.00
03/04/15
35921
IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS
C
01
00138863
708.16
03/04/15
36312
VERMEER BALERS SALES & LEASING
C
01
00138864
189.00
03/04/15
2152
KARSMIZKI LOCKSMITH & ALARMS
C
01
00138865
11.49
03/04/15
30543
KOLE, NANCY
C
01
00138866
856.64
03/04/15
572187 LAWRENCE BATTERY CO.
C
01
00138867
437.12
03/04/15
3849
MAR KAN SALES CO.
C
01
00138868
15.56
03/04/15
27520
MEAD LUMBER
C
01
00138869
92.93
03/04/15
597
MIDWEST ACE HARDWARE
C
BD4 DISTRIBUTING
CARQUEST OF MANHATTAN
CLARK, DIANE
GRAYBAR ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC
HOLIDAY INN AT THE CAMPUS
15
4
Report Date
02/25/15 11:34 AM
Bank
Check No
01
00138870
01
00138871
01
Page No
A/P Summary Check Register
FPREG01A
Type
Date
Vendor
448.50
03/04/15
9511
MIKE'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER SALES AND SERVI
C
17.90
03/04/15
9410
MILLER, HELEN
C
00138872
6.44
03/04/15
36753
MOIR, KIM
C
01
00138873
25.92
03/04/15
7007
MYERS, LARRY
C
01
00138874
386.94
03/04/15
3860
NASCO
C
01
00138875
395.00
03/04/15
36040
NEW BOSTON CREATIVE GROUP
C
01
00138876
5,775.00
03/04/15
550922 NOVACOAST CORPORATE OFFICE
C
01
00138877
20.83
03/04/15
28451
PEARSON EDUCATION, INC.
C
01
00138878
483.80
03/04/15
9661
PEPSI COLA BOTTLING CO OF MANHATTAN
C
01
00138879
325.00
03/04/15
43762
PROFESSIONAL FIRE ALARM SYSTEM
C
01
00138880
34.77
03/04/15
4291
PUR-O-ZONE
C
01
00138881
169.86
03/04/15
31709
RAY'S APPLE MARKET #448
C
01
00138882
1,287.63
03/04/15
4357
REEVES-WIEDEMAN CO., INC.
C
01
00138883
3,097.94
03/04/15
36064
IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS, INC
C
01
00138884
168.89
03/04/15
9064
RILEY COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS DEPT
C
01
00138885
107.52
03/04/15
572705 SCHMITZ, KRSITA
C
01
00138886
435.00
03/04/15
25710
SCHOLASTIC inc
C
01
00138887
17.06
03/04/15
28392
SCHOOL SPECIALTY
C
01
00138888
184.17
03/04/15
745
SCHOOL SPECIALTY
C
01
00138889
14.00
03/04/15
575127 STANDLEE, KELSI
C
01
00138890
222.27
03/04/15
1031
C
01
00138891
65.03
03/04/15
544426 STAPLES ADVANTAGE
C
01
00138892
47.32
03/04/15
17243
C
01
00138893
106.64
03/04/15
561959 UNIFIRST CORPORATION
C
01
00138894
45.98
03/04/15
7392
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE
C
01
00138895
9,102.83
03/04/15
33342
US FOODS
C
01
00138896
189.90
03/04/15
560928 US FOODSERVICE (MHS ACCT ONLY)
C
01
00138897
923.80
03/04/15
859
USD #383 TRANSPORTATION
C
01
00138898
231.68
03/04/15
5094
WATERS TRUE VALUE
C
01
00138899
238.38
03/04/15
16692
WESTERN EXTRALITE COMPANY
C
Total Bank No 01
Amount
UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT #383
STANION WHOLESALE ELEC. CO.
THOMAS, STEPHANIE
916,940.30
.00
Total Hand Checks
Total Computer Checks
Total ACH Checks
918,773.15
.00
Total Computer Voids
-1,832.85
Total Hand Voids
.00
Total ACH Voids
.00
Grand Total:
916,940.30
Batch Yr
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
16
Batch No
001114
001119
001122
001123
001141
001145
001159
Amount
498,350.37
4,778.67
42,839.11
186,643.24
10,495.70
1,065.85
172,842.36
5
ITEM 6.3.1
17
ITEM 6.3.2
18
19
ITEM 6.3.3
20
21
22
23
24
ITEM 6.4
HUMAN RESOURCES
AGENDA BACKGROUND
March 4, 2015
The Administration recommends the following individuals for employment with USD 383:
PARAEDUCATORS, TUTORS, AIDES
Madison Rogers, Substitute Paraeducator
Janelle Farrell, ESOL Aide, Marlatt Elementary
Rebecca Mabrey, Substitute Paraeducator
Michael Sender, Paraeducator, Anthony Middle School
Joel Potter, Paraeducator, Manhattan High School West
Dawn Van Nevel, Substitute Paraeducator
Stephania Nelson, Paraeducator, Frank Bergman Elementary
Andre Cavitt, SMILE Aide, Frank Bergman Elementary
Ashlen Ellison, Paraeducator, Ogden Elementary
Dorian Jester, Substitute Paraeducator
Britton Reid, Substitute Paraeducator
$7.65/hour
$9.20/hour
$7.65/hour
$10.00/hour
$9.10/hour
$7.65/hour
$10.00/hour
$9.00/hour
$9.00/hour
$7.65/hour
$7.50/hour
BLAST FACILITATOR
Mikaela Rader, Frank Bergman Elementary
$9.00/hour
LUNCHROOM/PLAYGROUND SUPERVISOR
Madison Rogers, Theodore Roosevelt Elementary
Thomas Ivey, Northview Elementary
$7.25/hour
$7.25/hour
FOOD SERVICE
Dawn Motley, Cashier, Manhattan High School East
Gene Pixler, Dishwasher, Frank Bergman Elementary
$8.00/hour
$8.00/hour
ASSISTANT GIRLS SWIM COACH
Amanda Scheideman, Manhattan High School
$2,345
TRANSPORTATION
Ronald Jellema, Bus Driver
$11.51/hour
OFFICE PROFESSIONAL
Odette Hatch, Financial Secretary, Anthony Middle School
$9.80/hour
MAINTENANCE
Isabel Munoz, Substitute Custodian
$7.65/hour
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
PARAEDUCATORS, TUTORS, AIDES
Number of Positions:
11
No. of Applicants:
70
Minority:
No. Interviewed:
17
Minority:
No. Recommended:
11
Minority:
BLAST FACILITATOR
Number of Positions:
No. of Applicants:
No. Interviewed:
No. Recommended:
1
11
1
1
Minority:
Minority:
Minority:
25
11
3
0
Women/Non-Minority:
Women/Non-Minority:
Women/Non-Minority:
48
11
6
1
0
0
Women/Non-Minority:
Women/Non-Minority:
Women/Non-Minority:
10
1
1
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March 4, 2015
LUNCHROOM/PLAYGROUND SUPERVISOR
Number of Positions:
2
No. of Applicants:
14
Minority:
No. Interviewed:
5
Minority:
No. Recommended:
2
Minority:
2
2
1
Women/Non-Minority:
Women/Non-Minority:
Women/Non-Minority:
12
2
1
FOOD SERVICE
Number of Positions:
No. of Applicants:
No. Interviewed:
No. Recommended:
Minority:
Minority:
Minority:
2
0
0
Women/Non-Minority:
Women/Non-Minority:
Women/Non-Minority:
6
1
1
ASSISTANT GIRLS SWIM COACH
Number of Positions:
1
No. of Applicants:
1
No. Interviewed:
1
No. Recommended:
1
Minority:
Minority:
Minority:
0
0
0
Women/Non-Minority:
Women/Non-Minority:
Women/Non-Minority:
1
1
1
TRANSPORTATION
Number of Positions:
No. of Applicants:
No. Interviewed:
No. Recommended:
1
5
1
1
Minority:
Minority:
Minority:
0
0
0
Women/Non-Minority:
Women/Non-Minority:
Women/Non-Minority:
1
0
0
OFFICE PROFESSIONAL
Number of Positions:
No. of Applicants:
No. Interviewed:
No. Recommended:
1
9
3
1
Minority:
Minority:
Minority:
2
1
1
Women/Non-Minority:
Women/Non-Minority:
Women/Non-Minority:
1
3
1
1
108
1
1
Minority:
Minority:
Minority:
37
1
1
Women/Non-Minority:
Women/Non-Minority:
Women/Non-Minority:
20
1
1
MAINTENANCE
Number of Positions:
No. of Applicants:
No. Interviewed:
No. Recommended:
2
8
2
2
RETIREMENTS
Mary Morgan, Teacher, has submitted her letter of retirement effective June 1, 2015. Ms.
Morgan began her career with USD 383 in August 1992. Ms. Morgan has twenty-three years of
service to USD 383.
Karen Wilson, Custodian, has submitted her letter of retirement effective June 30, 2015. Ms.
Wilson began her career with USD 383 in March 1977. Ms. Wilson has thirty-eight years of
service to USD 383.
It is the recommendation of the Administration to accept these requests for retirement. Best wishes are extended to Ms.
Morgan and Ms. Wilson.
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RESIGNATIONS
Samantha Balomnbiny, Blast Facilitator, has submitted her resignation effective February 13,
2015. Ms. Balombiny has been with the District since January 2014.
Shelly Rosenow, Paraeducator, has submitted her resignation effective March 12, 2015. Ms.
Rosenow has been with the District since February 2015.
Jane Houghton, Paraeducator, has submitted her resignation effective February 17, 2015. Ms.
Houghton has been with the District since November 2014.
Isabel Munoz, Custodian, has submitted her resignation effective December 09, 2014. Ms.
Munoz has been with the District since June 2014.
Paige Henry, Library Clerk, has submitted her resignation effective March 13, 2015. Ms. Henry
has been with the District since January 2013.
Matthew Riddle, Lunchroom/Playground Supervisor, has submitted his resignation effective
February 20, 2015. Mr. Riddle has been with the District since August 2014.
Rebecca Robinson, Temporary Lead Teacher, has submitted her resignation effective
February 16, 2015. Ms. Robinson has been with the District since January 2015.
Kathryn Bunker, Hearing Screening Technician, has submitted her resignation effective May
21, 2015. Ms. Bunker has been with the District since August 2013.
It is the recommendation of the Administration to approve these resignations.
TERMINATIONS
Mikayla Henderson, Before/After School Supervisor, is recommended for termination effective
August 18, 2014. Ms. Henderson has been with the District since March 2013.
Britannica Smith, Title 1 Aide, is recommended for termination effective June 20, 2014. Ms.
Smith has been with the District since January 2014.
Amber Field, Bus Driver, is recommended for termination effective June 20, 2014. Ms. Field has
been with the District since March 2014.
Caleb Howser, Bus Driver, is recommended for termination effective June 20, 2014. Mr. Howser
has been with the district since January 2014.
It is the recommendation of the Administration to approve these terminations.
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ITEM 6.5
Manhattan-Ogden USD 383
Manhattan, Kansas
Donations
2
Approval (A ) to Accept
3-4-15

$2,455 cash donation to Manhattan High School from Manhattan-Ogden Public Schools
Foundation to support the choir and music programs.

$6,000 cash donation to Manhattan High School from the MHS Football Parents Booster Club to
be used to purchase uniforms, equipment, and supplies for the football program.

Donations totaling $2,892.56 from Target – Take Charge of Education for school and classroom
use:
$1,169.34 – Amanda Arnold Elementary School
$ 206.83 – Lee Elementary School
$ 342.97 – Marlatt Elementary School
$ 131.96 – Northview Elementary School
$ 274.53 – Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School
$ 145.55 – Woodrow Wilson Elementary School
$ 107.73 – Anthony Middle School
$ 56.56 – Manhattan High School-East
$ 457.09 – Manhattan High School-West
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ITEM 6.6
Date:
To:
From:
Re:
March 4, 2015
Board of Education
Superintendent Robert Shannon
Business Professionals of America (BPA) Trip to National Leadership
Conference in Anaheim, CA, May 5-9, 2015
Prepared by:
Greg Hoyt, MHS Principal
Paige McCarthy, MHS Business Teacher and BPA Sponsor
Background Information:
The Office Education Association was created in 1966. In 1988, it became Business
Professionals of America. At MHS, BPA serves students in five career clusters – Arts, A/V
Technology and Communications; Information Technology; Business Management and
Administration; Finance; and Computer Programming, and several pathways within those
clusters. MHS BPA has 36 members this year.
For the past several years, the Manhattan Chapter of BPA has participated in the State
Leadership Conference in Wichita. Competitive events are available to students from the
previously mentioned clusters. Manhattan has traditionally fared well, qualifying annually many
students for the National Leadership Conference. Twenty-two chose to compete at the State
Leadership Conference on February 19-21, 2015. Fourteen qualified for the National Leadership
Conference. We are seeking permission for a group of 15 students and 2 faculty sponsors, Debra
Kidd and Paige McCarthy, to attend the NLC in Anaheim, California, from May 5-9, 2015.
Current Considerations:
Thirteen students will compete against top qualifiers in their event(s) from around the country.
They will get the opportunity to prepare two more months for their event(s), gain lifelong
experiences, meet students from around the country, and represent their school and state.
Qualifiers now have to brainstorm fundraising ideas and carry them out.
BPA is the student organization for content-specific education and competition in business,
technology, and communication. Students will benefit from the convention’s keynote addresses,
workshop sessions instructed by professionals, post-secondary educators and students, and by
preparing and competing in their respective events. The events will help measure how MHS
students compare to other business, technology, and communications students from around the
nation, and how relevant our programs are. The conference will allow students to make contact
with peers from all across the nation, many of which would not get the opportunity to travel
without this BPA competition and conference. Although we hope to get some national top-10
finishers, we will know the program is effective if students prepare to compete and travel to the
southwest, have to be responsible for their money, equipment, and luggage, and act responsibly.
Students will present to the school board to share their experiences, if requested.
District Goals:
6. Schools will accommodate the needs of individual learners while being guided by high
expectations for all students.
7. Lifelong learning experiences will be offered for prekindergarten through adult regardless of
age, gender, ability, race, religion, or economic status.
10. The appropriate use of technology for learning, instruction, communication, and management
will be supported.
14. Partnerships will be maintained and expanded with the broader communities.
Board of Education Policy:
IFC B
Fi e ld Tr i ps
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Benchmarking:
The BPA National Leadership Conference is attended by thousands of post-secondary, high
school and middle school students from across the nation, including several Kansas schools. The
conference offers professional develop for faculty as well as growth opportunities for students.
Financial Implications:
Anticipated cost per student to attend breaks down as:
$ 115 Registration
$ 310 Hotel
$ 550 Transportation
$ 200 Meals and extras (16 meals @ average of $10 each, water, snacks, etc.)
$ 175 Entertainment, tours, parks, etc.
$ 1,350 per student
X
15 Students
$20,250 Total cost
Student Commitment:
$ 350 Transportation
$ 200 Meals and extras
$ 525 per student
$ 100 Entertainment (Participation in BPA group fundraising efforts will need to be a minimum
of $1,500)
$ 625
X
15 Students
$ 9,375
USD 383 Commitment:
$ 8,000 Committed from CTE department (student travel 016-81000-581-40-700-00)
$ 2,875 Committed from BPA activity (earned 4-250-83400-510-40-471-04) fund (fundraising
$10,875 will allow more and less per student contribution to entertainment)
$20,250 total estimated from students and district funds.
Commitment deadline: March 2 (to order airline tickets)
$125 due March 2 (in preparation for conference registration deadline and student commitment)
$225 balance due April 13
Kidd & McCarthy Travel paid for by Carl Perkins Staff Travel Budget (016-81000-610-40-887-00)
$ 115 Registration McCarthy ($80 Kidd as Guest)
$ 578 Hotel
$ 550 Transportation
$ 200 Meals and extras
$ 175 Entertainment, tours, parks, etc.
$ 1,618 McCarthy
$ 1,583 Kidd
$ 3,201 Faculty
Future Considerations:
The conference does not require follow-up work. The eight sophomores and juniors competing
will share their experiences with future and current BPA members. Two students that will be part
of the Leadership Conference will need to follow up with BPA through e-mails.
Recommendation:
2
The administration respectfully recommends the Board give final approval (A ) for business,
technology, and communications students and faculty to attend the Business Professionals of
America National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, California, May 5-9, 2015.
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Recommended Motion:
"I move to give final approval for business, technology, and communications students and faculty
to attend the Business Professionals of America National Leadership Conference in Anaheim,
California, May 5-9, 2015.”
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ITEM 6.7
Date:
To:
From:
Re:
March 4, 2015
Board of Education
Superintendent Robert Shannon
MHS Orchestra Trip to Heritage Music Festival in Chicago, IL
Prepared by:
Greg Hoyt, MHS Principal
Nate McClendon, MHS Orchestra Director
Background Information:
We are seeking permission for a group of 60 students, 3 faculty, and 7 parent chaperones to
attend the Heritage Music Festival of Gold in Chicago, IL, March 27-31, 2015. The MHS
Orchestra program has seen much growth over the last few years, doubling in size and attaining
higher levels of performance. There are now two separate sections and we are on the verge of
needing a third. Students are regularly forming their own ensembles outside of class and
performing in community venues such as churches, weddings, and corporate functions. There
has also been a shift in programming. The orchestra not only performs classic literature but also
music associated with popular culture as evidenced by our winter concerts featuring a rock band
and laser light show, and performances of movie soundtracks such as Star Wars and Pirates of
the Caribbean complete with video show and sound effects. The group has begun traveling and
participating in area music festivals. Last year we participated in the State Large Group Festival
for the first time in over ten years and received the highest score possible. We also traveled to
Dallas, TX to participate in a music festival. The group earned first place and received an
invitation to the national festival.
Current Considerations:
Acceptance into the Festival of Gold program is reserved for groups who have achieved a gold
rating at a World Strides Heritage standard festival, superior rating at a state festival, or by
audition. The orchestra is comprised of high achieving students who are very motivated and
dedicated to their work. Participating in this national festival provides the type of challenge these
students’ desire and need. It establishes a benchmark for a program to adhere to. It also allows
me as the director to assess and challenge myself.
Every Festival of Gold group spends extensive one-on-one time with music professionals who are
at the top of their game and exude a love and passion for music and the performing arts.
Additionally we will attend a performance by the world renowned Chicago Symphony detailing the
history of a legendary composer.
District Goals:
1. The education of all students will be based on high academic standards.
6. Schools will accommodate the needs of individual learners while being guided by high
expectations for all students.
7. Lifelong learning experiences will be offered for prekindergarten through adult regardless of
age, gender, ability, race, religion, or economic status.
8. The district will implement policies and practices to attract and retain quality staff. Regular,
formal, and timely evaluation procedures will be used to improve the effectiveness of
instruction and the performance of personnel.
10. The appropriate use of technology for learning, instruction, communication, and management
will be supported.
14. Partnerships will be maintained and expanded with the broader communities.
Board of Education Policy:
IFC B
F i e ld Tr i ps
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Benchmarking:
Festival of Gold gives the most elite choirs, bands, and orchestras the opportunity to perform in
some of the nation's most exclusive venues and learn under the direction of internationally
acclaimed adjudicators and conductors. The festival will host an honor orchestra for selected
members to participate in and every student will participate in a mass choir to conclude the
festival. The performance experience and exposure/collaboration with other groups from around
the country will be unique and personally enriching. There are currently 22 performing groups
scheduled to participate. This includes schools from Las Vegas, Cincinnati, Los Angeles,
Kentucky, Florida, Alabama, California, and even Puerto Rico.
Financial Implications:
Expenses for staff going on this trip are waived by the festival company. Complimentary travel
expenses are part of the package. See attached document for student expenses.
Future Considerations:
Heritage hosts regional festivals each spring at various locations throughout the U.S. We do plan
on attending future festivals as time and circumstance allows. Finances and specific goals for
current students and the program as a whole will dictate.
Recommendation:
2
The administration respectfully recommends that final approval (A ) be given for the MHS
Orchestra to attend the Heritage Festival of Gold in Chicago, IL March 27-31, 2015.
Recommended Motion:
"I move to give final approval for the MHS orchestra to attend the Heritage Festival of Gold in
Chicago, IL March 27-31, 2015.”
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MHS Orchestra Roster Festival of Gold
March 27, 2015
Ball
Matthew
Pease
Mackenzie
Barton
Audrey
Pickering
Audrey
Beard
Nathaniel
Poulson
Raegan
Belin
Olivia
Poytress
Madison
Blankenau
Nolan
Presley
Moriah
Brase
Emma
Rasheed
Hiba
Bullock
Te'a
Reever
Audrey
Caldwell
Alixandria
Ring
Alexandria
Cantu
Marta
Ross
Hannah
Carley
Susan
Schaub
Benjamin
Chen
Tony
Selman
Leah
Cooper
So Hee
Shirk
Noah
Das
Arnav
Schafer
Bailey
Dixon
Emily
Song
Youna
Dorst
Chloe
Song
Younjin
Downie
Aubrey
Stein
Hannah
Fischer
Lauren
Thompson
Kyle
Fu
Stephanie
Trujillo
Madyson
Gehring
Roxanne
Yoo
Jane
Glymour
Isaiah
Carley
Thelma
Govind
Varun
Pease
Christina
Guevele
Vanessa
Hicks
Gwen
Haus
Joshua
Pennel
Laura
Heskett
Mersadies
Huber
Lydia
Hicks
Koliya
Rasheed
Fatma
Huber
Claire
Ring
Kristi
Joung
Robin
McClendon
Nate
Kim
Kevin
McClendon
Judy
Li
Leon
Toll
Cody
Liu
Duan
Lloyd
Jessica
Manly
Sonia
McClendon
Nathan
Minton
Christina
Montanez
Lea
Nelson
Carter
Nelson
Samuel
Nelson
Luke
Nettles
Kylie
Parish
Thomas
Parish
Dallin
Parish
Lydia
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ITEM 7.1.5
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ITEM 7.1.6
Date:
To:
From:
Re:
March 4, 2015
Board of Education
Superintendent Robert Shannon
Parents as Teachers Program Annual Report
Prepared by: Brandy Kirk, Coordinator of Parents as Teachers
Deb Howser, Executive Director of Special Services
Background Information:
The USD 383 Parents as Teachers program began in the fall of 1990. It is a voluntary educational
program for all pregnant mothers and parents with children up to the age of three years. Additional
grants provide funding for families with children up to kindergarten entry. The program vision is for
all children to learn, grow and develop to realize their full potential, enhancing school success
through cognitive abilities in general knowledge, language, literacy, mathematics, social-emotional
development and academic achievement. Parents as Teachers provides the information, support
and encouragement that parents need to help their children develop optimally during the crucial
early years of life.
The Born to Learn Curriculum, developed in partnership with Washington University School of
Medicine, incorporated neuroscience information. Born to Learn underwent an overhaul in 2011,
resulting in the Foundational Curriculum. It expanded upon the research of the Born to Learn
Curriculum to encompass the whole child and family. The Foundational Curriculum incorporates
the Strengthening Families Approach, which strives to build a strong foundation for each family to
enable them to have the knowledge and access to resources to support healthy growth and child
development. As a research based program, Parents as Teachers supports the No Child Left
Behind Act of 2001, which emphasizes the importance of preparing children to be successful in
school. Educators provide information, support and encouragement to parents in the critical early
years of the child’s development, setting a pattern of parent involvement that carries to the school
years. The Parents as Teachers curriculum covers the four domains of development (cognitive,
motor, social-emotional and language), emphasizing increased parent knowledge of child
development, and focuses on parent-child activities that foster child development. Early literacy
and language development provide a foundation for school achievement. In addition to child
development information provided during each monthly visit, Parents as Teachers provides annual
developmental, vision, hearing and health screenings for each child.
Program goals include:
1. Increase children’s school readiness and school success,
2. Provide early detection of developmental delays and health issues,
3. Increase parent knowledge of early childhood development and parenting practices, and
4. Prevent child abuse and neglect.
Current Considerations:
In 1992, the school began funding the program at $80,000 a year. In fiscal year 2005 through
2008 the Board authorized an additional $25,000 from local sales tax to enlarge the program to
include the many families moving into the community. In fiscal year 2009, the Board of Education
replaced the local sales tax funds with $20,000 of district money. With the additional money and
the Kansas Children’s Initiative Fund match money, the program is able to serve an additional 50
children, and continues to provide playgroup five mornings a week, one evening and one Saturday
each month. An additional playgroup is offered in Ogden on Tuesday mornings.
The number of families and children served by Parents as Teachers has remained relatively
constant in the past few years as indicated in the table below.
Children Served
Families Served
FY 2011
476
356
FY 2012
459
358
FY 2013
419
377
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FY 2014
439
341
FY 2015 to date
305
300
To date the FY15 Parents as Teachers program has served 300 families with 305 children ages
birth to three years. Eight families are on the waiting list for home visits. Forty-five additional
children are served through the 3 years to school entry program. Sixty-six are low-income families,
14 are families where Spanish is the primary language, 45 are English as a Second Language
families, and 18 are single parents, 3 are teen parents. One hundred ninety five children have
been screened with 15 referrals for additional testing or special education services. Fifty-eight
percent of the families served meet at least 1 high needs indicator as defined by the Kansas State
Board of Education.
Several factors have contributed to the slight decline in numbers. Most significantly, the state has
increased the required assessment and data reporting, which has increased the number of hours
assigned to support staff. Locally, our program has increased group connections in order to meet
the state expectations of a higher percentage of family participation in these events. Future
impacts to the number of families served can be expected as Parents as Teachers increases visit
frequency to better meet the needs of high risk families.
Parents as Teachers is working in partnership with College Hill Preschool to provide home visits
for children enrolled in their preschool program. Parents as Teachers is currently serving 20
families with 20 children through this effort.
Effective with fiscal year 2010, the Parents as Teachers program is funded through the Kansas
Children’s Initiative Fund (tobacco settlement money) instead of the State Department of
Education. However, the program continues to be managed by the State Department of
Education.
District Goals:
5. The district will provide support of programs through existing and new resources.
7. Lifelong Learning experiences will be offered for prekindergarten through adult
regardless of age, gender, ability, race, religion, or economic status.
14. Partnerships will be maintained and expanded with the broader communities.
Board of Education Policies:
IA
Philosophy
IDA
Educational Program
Benchmarking:
Similarly sized districts in Kansas have the Parents as Teachers Birth to Three program. Most
programs are smaller than the Manhattan-Ogden USD 383 program because they lack the
additional grants, some of which can be added to local funds, and matched by the Kansas State
Board of Education. In addition, outside grants allow us to serve families with children who are 3
years old to school entry. We work closely with the district’s 4-year-old preschool programs and
Head Start program to encourage qualified families to take advantage of the services they offer.
We also provide families with information and support other preschools in the community.
Financial Implications:
Parents As Teachers Current Funding:
Birth to 3 Budget:
USD #383
Riley Co. Raising Riley Right Grant
Kansas Children’s Initiative matching funds
Total
$ 100,000
38,000
209,000
$ 347,000
Birth to Kindergarten Entry Grants:
Riley County Block Grant
Local Contributions
4,076
1,000
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via Greater Manhattan Community Foundation
______
Total
$
5,076
Total Funding Sources
$ 352,076
USD 383 spends $100,000. Without USD 383 funding, we would not qualify for the additional
grants.
Matched funds in the Birth to Three programs are at a rate of $1.00 of Kansas Children’s Initiative
Fund to $0.65 of local money, which includes USD 383 funding and the Birth to Three parent
education portion of the Riley County Raising Riley Right Grant.
Recommendation: This report is provided for information only.
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ITEM 9.1
Date:
To:
From:
Re:
March 4, 2015
Board of Education
Superintendent Robert Shannon
Calendar Adoption for 2015-16
Prepared by:
Dr. Robert Seymour, Associate Superintendent
Background Information:
The Calendar Committee began its effort to develop the 2015-16 calendar on January 29. The
committee reviewed calendar requirements in the negotiated agreement, state requirements, and
district scheduling past practice. A calendar for 2015-16 based on the 2014-15 calendar was
reviewed and discussed.
Current Considerations:
The attached calendar incorporates the requirements of the current negotiated agreement and is
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based on the current 2014-15 calendar. One major difference is Memorial Day in 2016 is the 30 of
May; Memorial Day 2015 was May 25. The extra days before Memorial Day in 2016 allow the District
to begin the first day of classes on August 18. The first day of school for 2014-15 was August 12. In
addition, 2016 is a leap year, thus February 2016 has 29 days.
The Calendar Committee also explored moving secondary September conferences to the week of
September 28. Committee members felt moving the conferences would not allow students enough
time to bring grades up after Parent-Teacher Conferences before the end of the first quarter. Moving
the end of the first quarter was also explored, however, the change created a significant imbalance in
the number of days in the first quarter and second quarter. Ultimately, the Calendar Committee
determined the conferences would need to remain in the week of September 21.
The Calendar Committee also discussed a full week at Thanksgiving which would match the KSU fall
break. After much discussion on ways this might be accomplished, the Committee recommends this
concept be explored over the next year with stakeholders to determine the advisability of such a
calendar change.
Four calendars are presented to assist in clarifying the schedules of each level, elementary school,
middle school, and high school. A composite calendar then follows which includes the schedule for
all three levels and a summary of calendar dates for 2015-16. All teachers will have a float work day
prior to the date they are to report for the first day of their contract.
High School Calendar
August 12 is scheduled for high school professional development. August 13 will be scheduled by
the district and building, August 14 will be a professional development day, August 17 a preparation
day, and the first half day with students will be August 18.
High School conferences are scheduled to be held on September 23 and 24 with a comp day on
September 25. February conference days are February 10 and 11 with a comp day on February 12.
October 16 and March 11 are grade preparation days. December 21 is designated as the float work
day for preparing quarter and semester grades. February 15 is a professional development day.
Spring break is March 14-18. May 21 and 27 are potential weather makeup days and the last day of
school is May 26.
Middle School Calendar
Middle School teachers would begin their year on August 13 with district and building activities.
August 14 is a professional development day and August 17 is a preparation day. Seven hours of
professional development will be distributed throughout the school year. The first day of school is
August 18.
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Middle school conferences would be held on September 21 and 23 with September 25 as a comp
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day. November conferences would be held on the 16 and 18 with a comp day on November 20.
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February conferences are on the 8 and 10 with a comp day on February 12. Middle School grade
preparation days are October 16 and March 11 with a float preparation day on December 21. The
Middle School would also have a professional development day on February 15. Spring break is
March 14-18. May 21 and 27 are potential weather makeup days and the last day of school is May
26.
Elementary School Calendar
Elementary teachers’ first day would be August 12 for the combined float professional day. August
13 would be a day for district and building activities, and August 14 would be a professional
development day. August 17 would be a preparation day and classes would begin on August 18.
Eight early release days are scheduled for collaboration; the elementary committee recommended
these days be scheduled on Wednesdays: September 9, October 7, November 4, December 9,
January 13, February 24, April 6, and May 4. Eight professional development days were also
recommended and are scheduled as follows: August 12, August 14, September 25, October 12,
November 20, February 15, March 11, and April 15.
Elementary teachers will have October 16 and February 5, to prepare grades, followed by
conferences on October 21 and 22 and February 10 and 11. Elementary students will not be in class
October 22 and 23 and February 11 and 12 for conference and comp days. Spring break is March
14-18. May 21 and 27 are potential weather makeup days and the last day of school is May 26.
District Goal:
1. The education of all students will be based on high academic standards.
Board of Education Policy:
AEA
School Calendar
Financial Implications:
There are no additional financial implications.
Recommendation:
1
The administration respectfully recommends the Board accept (A ) August 18, 2015 as the opening
day and May 26, 2016, as the closing day of the 2015-16 school year; and accept the proposed
academic calendar for the 2015-16 school year subject to negotiations.
Recommended Motion:
"I move to accept the administration’s recommendation of August 18, 2015 as the opening day and
May 26, 2016, as the closing day of the 2015-16 school year; and to accept the proposed academic
calendar for the 2015-16 school year subject to negotiations.”
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2015-2016 HIGH SCHOOL CALENDAR A 189 DAYS
Subject to Negotiations
New Teachers Report Aug 7
HS Teachers Report August 12
July 31‐August 11 Float Prep Day
2015
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M
T
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
S
M
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
JULY
W
1
8
15
22
29
T
2
9
16
23
30
F
3
10
17
24
31
S
4
11
18
25
OCTOBER
T W T
1
6
7
8
13 14 15
20 21 22
27 28 29
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2
9
16
23
30
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3
10
17
24
31
S
M
2
9
16
23
30
3
10
17
24
31
S
M
1
8
15
22
29
2
9
16
23
30
AUGUST
T W T
F
4
11
18
25
6
13
20
27
S
M
7
14
21
28
S
1
8
15
22
29
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
NOVEMBER
T W T
F
S
S
3
10
17
24
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
FEBRUARY
T W T
F
S
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
MAY
W T
F
5
12
19
26
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
SEPTEMBER
T W T
1
2
3
8
9 10
15 16 17
22 23 24
29 30
F
4
11
18
25
S
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
DECEMBER
T W T
F
1
2
3
4
7
8
9 10 11
14 15 16 17 18
21 22 23 24 25
28 29 30 31
S
5
12
19
26
S
M
MARCH
T W T
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
1
8
15
22
29
S
S
M
6
7
13 14
20 §21
27
§ 28
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
M
2016
S
M
JANUARY
T W T
3
10
17
24
31
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
S
M
T
3
10
17
24
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
APRIL
W T
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
F
1
8
15
22
29
S
2
9
16
23
30
F
1
8
15
22
29
S
2
9
16
23
30
S
M
7
14
21
28
1
8
15
22
29
2
9
16
23
S
M
T
1
8
15
22
29
2
9
16
23
30
3
10
17
24
31
3
10
17
24
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
2
9
16
23
30
3
10
17
24
31
JUNE
W T
1
2
7
8
9
14 15 16
21 22 23
28 29 30
T
F
S
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
F
3
10
17
24
S
4
11
18
25
School Not in Session
1/2 Day of School
Teacher Preparation
Professional Development
No MHS Classes
§
Weather Day
Parent Conferences
46
43
2015-2016 MIDDLE SCHOOL CALENDAR A 189 DAYS
Subject to Negotiations
New Teachers Report August 7
MS Teachers Report August 13
July 31‐August 12 Float Prep Day
MS Float Professional Development Day During the Year
2015
S
M
T
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
S
M
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
JULY
W
1
8
15
22
29
T
2
9
16
23
30
F
3
10
17
24
31
S
4
11
18
25
OCTOBER
T W T
1
6
7
8
13 14 15
20 21 22
27 28 29
F
2
9
16
23
30
S
3
10
17
24
31
S
M
2
9
16
23
30
3
10
17
24
31
S
M
1
8
15
22
29
2
9
16
23
30
AUGUST
T W T
F
4
11
18
25
6
13
20
27
S
M
7
14
21
28
S
1
8
15
22
29
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
NOVEMBER
T W T
F
S
S
3
10
17
24
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
FEBRUARY
T W T
F
S
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
MAY
W T
F
5
12
19
26
4
11
18
25
SEPTEMBER
T W T
1
2
3
8
9 10
15 16 17
22 23 24
29 30
F
4
11
18
25
S
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
DECEMBER
T W T
F
1
2
3
4
7
8
9 10 11
14 15 16 17 18
21 22 23 24 25
28 29 30 31
S
5
12
19
26
S
M
MARCH
T W T
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
1
8
15
22
29
S
S
M
5
6
7
12 13 14
19 20 §
21
26 §
27 28
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
5
12
19
26
M
2016
S
M
JANUARY
T W T
3
10
17
24
31
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
S
M
T
3
10
17
24
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
APRIL
W T
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
F
1
8
15
22
29
S
2
9
16
23
30
F
1
8
15
22
29
S
2
9
16
23
30
S
M
7
14
21
28
1
8
15
22
29
2
9
16
23
S
M
T
1
8
15
22
29
2
9
16
23
30
3
10
17
24
31
3
10
17
24
4
11
18
25
2
9
16
23
30
3
10
17
24
31
JUNE
W T
1
2
7
8
9
14 15 16
21 22 23
28 29 30
T
F
S
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
F
3
10
17
24
S
4
11
18
25
School Not in Session
1/2 Day of School
Teacher Preparation
Professional Development
No EMS & AMS Classes
§
Weather Day
Parent Conferences
47
44
2015-2016 ELEMENTARY CALENDAR A 189 DAYS
Subject to Negotiations
8 Days Elementary Collaboration Early Release
8 Days Elementary Professional Development
New Teachers Report August 7
Elementary Teachers Report August 12
July 31‐August 11 Float Prep Day
2015
S
M
T
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
S
M
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
JULY
W
1
8
15
22
29
T
2
9
16
23
30
F
3
10
17
24
31
S
4
11
18
25
OCTOBER
T W T
1
6
7
8
13 14 15
20 21 22
27 28 29
F
2
9
16
23
30
S
3
10
17
24
31
S
M
2
9
16
23
30
3
10
17
24
31
S
M
1
8
15
22
29
2
9
16
23
30
AUGUST
T W T
F
4
11
18
25
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
S
1
8
15
22
29
6
13
20
27
NOVEMBER
T W T
F
S
S
3
10
17
24
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
FEBRUARY
T W T
F
S
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
MAY
W T
F
5
12
19
26
4
11
18
25
SEPTEMBER
T W T
1
2
3
7
8
9 10
14 15 16 17
21 22 23 24
28 29 30
F
4
11
18
25
S
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
DECEMBER
T W T
F
1
2
3
4
7
8
9 10 11
14 15 16 17 18
21 22 23 24 25
28 29 30 31
S
5
12
19
26
S
M
T
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
1
8
15
22
29
S
S
M
T
5
6
7
12 13 14
19 20 §21
26 §27 28
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
5
12
19
26
S
M
M
2016
S
M
JANUARY
T W T
3
10
17
24
31
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
S
M
T
3
10
17
24
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
APRIL
W T
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
F
1
8
15
22
29
S
2
9
16
23
30
F
1
8
15
22
29
S
2
9
16
23
30
S
M
7
14
21
28
1
8
15
22
29
2
9
16
23
S
M
T
1
8
15
22
29
2
9
16
23
30
3
10
17
24
31
3
10
17
24
4
11
18
25
MARCH
W T
F
S
2
9
16
23
30
3
10
17
24
31
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
JUNE
W
1
8
15
22
29
T
2
9
16
23
30
F
3
10
17
24
S
4
11
18
25
School Not in Session
1/2 Day of School
Teacher Preparation
Professional Development
No Kdgn - 6th Classes
§
Weather Day
Collaboration-Early Release
48
45
2015-2016 CALENDAR A 189 DAYS
New Teachers Report August 7
Subject to Negotiations
HS & ES Teachers Report August 12
8 Days Elementary Collaboration Early Release MS Teachers Report August 13
8 Days Elementary Professional Development
July 31‐August 11 Float Prep Day
MS Float Professional Development Day During the Year
2015
S
M
T
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
S
M
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
JULY
W
1
8
15
22
29
T
2
9
16
23
30
F
3
10
17
24
31
S
4
11
18
25
OCTOBER
T W T
1
6
7
8
13 14 15
20 21 22
27 28 29
F
2
9
16
23
30
S
3
10
17
24
31
S
M
2
9
16
23
30
3
10
17
24
31
S
M
1
8
15
22
29
2
9
16
23
30
AUGUST
T W T
F
4
11
18
25
6
13
20
27
S
M
7
14
21
28
S
1
8
15
22
29
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
NOVEMBER
T W T
F
S
S
3
10
17
24
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
FEBRUARY
T W T
F
S
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
MAY
W T
F
6
13
20
27
§
5
12
19
26
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
SEPTEMBER
T W T
1
2
3
8
9 10
15 16 17
22 23 24
29 30
F
4
11
18
25
S
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
DECEMBER
T W T
F
1
2
3
4
7
8
9 10 11
14 15 16 17 18
21 22 23 24 25
28 29 30 31
S
5
12
19
26
S
M
MARCH
T W T
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
1
8
15
22
29
S
S
M
7
14
21
§
28
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
M
2016
S
M
JANUARY
T W T
3
10
17
24
31
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
S
M
T
3
10
17
24
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
APRIL
W T
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
F
1
8
15
22
29
S
2
9
16
23
30
F
1
8
15
22
29
S
2
9
16
23
30
S
M
7
14
21
28
1
8
15
22
29
2
9
16
23
S
M
T
1
8
15
22
29
2
9
16
23
30
3
10
17
24
31
3
10
17
24
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
2
9
16
23
30
3
10
17
24
31
JUNE
W T
1
2
7
8
9
14 15 16
21 22 23
28 29 30
T
F
S
4
11
18
25
5
12
19
26
F
3
10
17
24
S
4
11
18
25
Elementary Collaboration - Early Release
Elementary Professional Development
School Not in Session
Secondary Conferences
Administrative Offices Closed
Elementary Preparation
1/2 Day of School
Elementary and High School Professional Development
No Kdgn - 6th Classes
No EMS & AMS Classes
No MHS Classes
Teacher Preparation
Professional Development K-12
§
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Weather Day
CALENDAR SUMMARY
CALENDAR SUMMARY
LEGEND
LEGEND
E
ELEMENTARY
E
M
MIDDLE
M
MIDDLE
H
HIGH SCHOOL
H
HIGH SCHOOL
K-12
ALL STUDENTS
K-12
ALL STUDENTS
LEVEL
CALENDAR EVENT
LEVEL
CALENDAR EVENT
K-12
NEW TEACHERS REPORT
DATE
ELEMENTARY
DATE
8/7/15
E
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
8/12/15
E
EARLY RELEASE
1/13/16
H
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
8/12/15
K-12
MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY
1/18/16
K-12
DISTRICT/BUILDING ACTIVITIES
8/13/15
K-12
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
8/14/15
E
WORK DAY - GRADE PREP
2/5/16
K-12
WORK DAY
8/17/15
M
PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES
2/8/16
K-12
K-12
E
K-12
M
M
H
H
M
H
E
E
FIRST 1/2 DAY CLASS; 1/2 WORK DAY
LABOR DAY
EARLY RELEASE
SEPTEMBER 20 COUNT DAY
PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES
PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES
PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES
PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES
CONFERENCE COMP DAY
CONFERENCE COMP DAY
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
EARLY RELEASE
8/18/15
9/7/15
9/9/15
9/21/15
9/21/15
9/23/15
9/23/15
9/24/15
9/25/15
9/25/15
9/25/15
10/8/15
E
M
H
E
E
H
E
K-12
K-12
K-12
E
E
PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES
PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES
PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES
PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES
NO K-6 CLASSES
PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES
NO K-6 CLASSES
CONFERENCE COMP DAY
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
MILITARY COUNT DAY
EARLY RELEASE
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
2/10/16
2/10/16
2/10/16
2/11/16
2/11/16
2/11/16
2/12/16
2/12/16
2/15/16
2/22/16
2/24/16
3/11/16
E
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
10/12/15
M
WORK DAY - GRADE PREP
3/11/16
K-12
E
E
E
E
E
M
M
M
E
K-12
K-12
K-12
E
K-12
K-12
WORK DAY - GRADE PREP
PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES
PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES
NO K-6 CLASSES
NO K-6 CLASSES
EARLY RELEASE
PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES
PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES
CONFERENCE COMP DAY
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
10/16/15
10/21/15
10/22/15
10/22/15
10/23/15
11/4/15
11/16/15
11/18/15
11/20/15
11/20/15
11/25/15
11/26/15
11/27/15
12/9/15
12/21/15
12/21/15
H
K-12
E
E
E
K-12
K-12
K-12
WORK DAY - GRADE PREP
SPRING BREAK
EARLY RELEASE
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
EARLY RELEASE
WEATHER DAY
LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
WEATHER DAY
THANKSGIVING
THANKSGIVING
THANKSGIVING
EARLY RELEASE
WINTER BREAK STARTS
FLOAT WORK DAY
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3/11/16
3/14/16
4/6/2016
4/15/2016
5/4/2016
5/21/2016
5/26/2016
5/27/2016
ITEM 9.2
Date:
To:
From:
RE:
March 4, 2015
Board of Education
Superintendent Robert Shannon
Summer Programs 2015
Prepared by:
Carol Adams, Executive Director of Teaching and Learning; Dr. Debora Howser,
Executive Director of Special Education; Jeanne Disney, Director of Secondary
Education; Greg Hoyt, Manhattan High School Principal; Andrea Tiede, Theodore
Roosevelt Principal; Kathy Stitt, Bluemont Principal; Cleion Morton, Northview
Principal; Elisabeth Nelson, College Hill PreSchool; Lori Martin, Frank Bergman
Principal; Jim Armendariz, Ogden Principal; Nancy Kole, Lee Principal; Larry
Liotta, Amanda Arnold Principal; Lucas Loughmiller, Director of Library
Services/Instructional Media; Brad Wille, Driver’s Education Lead Instructor
Background Information:
The goals of the Secondary Summer School Program are to provide:
 opportunity for students to recover credits and develop skills in core courses (i.e., Math,
Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science);
 an extended school year as needed for some Special Education students;
 for English as a Second Language support as needed for some ELL students;
 an opportunity for students to complete Driver’s Education; and
 opportunities for students to enroll in elective classes.
The goals of the Elementary Summer School Program are to provide:
 an extended school year as needed for some Special Education students;
 for English as a Second Language support as needed for some ELL students;
 opportunities for summer learning for some students.
st
The goals of the 21 Century CLC programs, STEM Institute, and Flinthills Summer Fun Camp, are to
provide:
 enrichment opportunities for students.
 focused activities to enhance reading, math, technology skills.
 opportunities to learn and to explore post-secondary options.
 partnerships with local agencies and institutions.
Appendix A illustrates the 2014 Summer Programs.
Current Considerations:
While budget concerns exist for funding summer programs, Manhattan-Ogden USD 383 has been
successful in continuing to provide quality summer learning for K-12 students. Numerous grants,
partnerships, and fee structures provide support for a variety of students’ learning needs and interests.
An overview of the seventeen (17) Summer Programs 2015 proposal is illustrated in the following chart:
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Program
Location
Dates
Success Options for
MHS Students
MHSW
June 1 – June 26
Driver’s Education
MHSE
Session I
May 26 – June 19
Session 2
June 22 – July 17
Length of
Session
8:00 – Noon
M-F
8:00 – 10:00
10:00 – 12:00
1:00 – 3:00
M-F
Field Biology
MHSW
June 29 – July 21
9:00 – 4:00
Pre-K ESY
College Hill
June 1 – June 26
Elementary ESY
OG & FB
June 1 – June 26
Secondary ESY
MHSW & AMS
June 1 – June 26
Flint Hills Summer
Fun Camp
BL
June 1 – June 26
June 29 – July 24
8:30 – 4:00
M-Th
Fees, grants,
fund raising
KSU; STARBASE;
MATC
June 1 – June 26
8:30 – 11:30
M - Th
DoDEA STEM
grant & Fees
AA Summer Program*
AA
June 1 – July 24
7:00 – 6:30
M-F
Fees
BLAST Summer Camp
Frank Bergman
June 1 – July 31
7:30 – 5:30
M-F
Fees & CCLC
Grant
LE – Boys & Girls Club
LE
May 26 – July 31
7:30 – 6:00
M-F
Fees & CCLC
Grant
TR – Boys & Girls Club
LE
May 26 – July 31
7:30 – 6:00
M-F
Fees & CCLC
Grant
BL – Boys & Girls Club
LE
May 26 – July 31
7:30 – 6:00
M-F
Fees & CCLC
Grant
Panther Camp
OG
June 1 – July 31
7:30 – 5:30
M -F
Fees and CCLC
Grant
Northview Summer
Camp
NV
June 1 – June 26
July 6 – July 31
7:30 – 5:30
M-F
Fees & Title I
Funds
Preschool Summer
Program
College Hill
May 26 – August 6
M-F
Fees
USD 383
Summer Reading
Tentatively – LE,
NV, OG, FB
June 1 – June 26
10:00 – 2:00
M - Th
Kirmser Literacy
Fund
STEM Summer Institute
8:30 – 10:30
M-F
8:30 – 10:30
M-F
8:30 – 10:30
M-F
Financial Source
Fees
Fees
Student
responsibility
Required
Required
Required
*Appendix B outlines the details and proposal to add a Summer Program at Amanda Arnold
Elementary.
The focus of Summer Programs 2015 will be to:
 Provide credit recovery for secondary students who have insufficient credits in core courses in
order to graduate with their cohort class;
 Meet the needs of Special Education and ELL students who require an extended school year;
 Provide opportunities for students to participate in enrichment activities of their interest (e.g.,
Driver’s Ed, Field Biology).
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 Enrich learning with opportunities funded through 21 Century Community Learning Centers and
Department of Defense Education Activities STEM grants.
Success Options for MHS Students (Credit Recovery)
 Manhattan High School uses A+ Virtual Prescriptive Learning (VPL) curriculum for core content
courses.
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High school students enroll in courses failed during the school year and/or courses needed for
graduation.
Transportation is not provided for these students. Transportation is the responsibility of the parent
and/or student.
Student
Population:
Students in grade 9 who have insufficient number of credits to advance to grade 10 may
be required to attend.
Students in grades 10 –12 in need of credit recovery will be encouraged to
attend and they will be required to pay summer fees as outlined in this report.
ELL students identified for extended year will attend at the appropriate campus.
Special Education students with extended school year IEP’s will attend at the appropriate
campus.
Parent
Notification:
Parents of students in grade 9 who will be required to attend will receive letters in April
and May with summer school recommendations.
Concerns about budget are reflected in the recommendation that summer school 2015 be conducted only
at the high school level. The rationale for this recommendation is that summer school at the high school
level is most directly connected to progress towards graduation. Without the summer school program at
the high school level, many of the students who would have attended will not have the opportunity to
make-up credits needed. As a result several of these students would fail to acquire the necessary credits
to graduate with their cohort class. This impacts the graduation rate and jeopardizes annual measurable
objectives for Manhattan High School.
Schools, with summer programs, eligible as a summer feeding site: Bluemont, Lee, Northview,
Ogden, Manhattan High School East Campus
District Goals:
1. The education of all students will be based on high academic standards.
6. Schools will accommodate the needs of individual learners while being guided by high
expectations for all students.
7. Lifelong learning experiences will be offered for pre-kindergarten through adult
regardless of age, gender, ability, race, religion, or economic status.
Board of Education Policy:
AEB
Extended School Year
Financial Implications:
Proposed fees for summer programs 2015 are as follows:

Manhattan High School Credit Recovery:
Academic Courses – High School
$ 166.00 regular fees
$ 83.00 reduced fee status
$ 61.00 free fee status
$ 249.00 out-of-district
Driver’s Education:
$ 300.00 regular fees
$ 200.00 reduced fee status
$ 100.00 free fee status
$ 450.00 out-of-district
 Flint Hills Summer Fun Camp: $250 for each two-week session; $1,000 for all 8 weeks; Students
who receive ESY services during the morning pay no fees.
 BLAST Summer Camp (Frank Bergman CLC) - $30 - $150 weekly. Program limited to 90
students.
 Boys & Girls Club (Lee, Bluemont, Theodore Roosevelt CLC) – $75/week; limited scholarships
will be available.
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 Northview Camp - Fees are structured on a sliding scale based on free/reduced lunches and
range from $120-$584 per month.
 Panther Camp (Ogden CLC) - $130 - $250/month; limited scholarships available.
 STEM Summer Institute 2015: $100 with scholarships available for students who need them.
 Preschool Summer Program: Program Fees
 No fees are charged for ESY.
The following table illustrates the 2014 summer programs budget and the projected budget for 2015:
2014
Revenue
MHS Credit Recovery
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Salaries and Benefits

Fees
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MHS Driver’s Education
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Salaries and Benefits
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Fees
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State Aid
Summer Reading
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Salaries and Benefits
General Education Total
General Education Balance
2014
Expenditures
2015
Projected Budget
$ 11,254
$ 11,500
$ 26,820
$ 29,000
$ 10,644
$ 38,074
$ 11,000
$ 51,000
$ 81,223
$ 100,000
$ 28,026
$ 109,249
$ 25,000
$ 125,000
$ 6,728
$ 27,380
$ 8,191
$ 42,299
$ 4,225
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Special Education
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Pre K, Elementary and
Secondary ESY (Certified and
Classified Salaries & Benefits)

Categorical Aid
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Transportation – 80%
Special Education Transportation
Special Education Total
Special Education Balance
$ 95,183
$ 22,420
$117,603
$ 8,354
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Driver’s Education funded through current summer fees and state aid.
Categorical aid payments cover the summer school expenses of ESYstudents. This includes 80% of
transportation costs.
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Recommendation:
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The administration respectfully recommends that final approval (A ) be given for Summer Programs 2015.
Recommended Motion:
“I move to give final approval to the Summer Programs 2015 proposal.”
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Appendix A – 2014 Summer Programs
Program
Location
Dates
Length of
Session
# of Students
Financial
Source
Staffing
MHS Credit
Recovery
MHSW
June 3 – June 28
8:00-12:00
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Fee-based
1 Principal
2 Certified
2 Classified
4 Paras
Driver’s
Education
MHSE
May 28 – June 21
June 24 - July 19
8:00-10:00
10:00-12:00
1:00-3:00
87
Fee-based
4 Certified
iQ Academy
Kansas
Online
June 3 – July 26
Anytime
29
Fee-based
9 Certified
Pre-K ESY
AA or
College Hill
Pre-School
June 3 – June 27
8:30-11:30
M-Th
20
Required
3 Certified
9 Paras
Elementary ESY
OG & Lee
June 3 – June 28
8:30-10:30
M-Th
90
Required
8 Certified
24 Paras
Secondary ESY
MHSE &
AMS
June 3 – June 28
8:30-11:30
M-Th
25 – Middle School
32 – High School
Required
7 Certified
24 Paras
Flint Hills
Summer Fun
Camp
Northview
June 3 – July 26
8:30-3:30
60
Fee & Grantfunded
1 Coordinator
8 Certified
18 Paras
Lifelong Learners
Summer
Program
Northview
June 3 – June 28
8:00– 12:00
M-F
29 – K-6
11 - preK
Title I Funds
1 Coordinator
4 Certified
2 Aides
STEM Summer
Institute
Bluemont
Hall KSU;
STARBASE;
MATC
June 3 – June 27
8:30-11:30
M-Th
191
DoDEA 2 –
STEM Grant and
Fee-based
Frank Bergman
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21 CCLC
Frank
Bergman
June 3 – August 2
7:30-5:30
M-F
91
CLC Grant and
Fee-based
Lee Elementary
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21 CCLC
Lee
May 28 – July 26
7:30-6:00
M-F
65 – a.m. Program
60 – Full Day*
CLC Grant and
Fee-based
Theodore
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Roosevelt 21
CCLC
Theodore
Roosevelt
May 28 – July 26
7:30-6:00
M-F
53 – a.m. Program
31 – Full Day*
BGC operating
budget and Feebased
Ogden
June 3 – July 26
7:30-5:30
M-Th
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CLC Grant and
Fee-based
Northview Before
and After School
Programs
Northview
June 3 – July 26
7:30-5:30
M-F
101
CLC Grant and
Fee-based
College Hill
PreSchool
College Hill
Preschool
June 3 – August 9
7:00-6:00
M-F
40
Fee-based
Summer Reading
Lee, NV, TR,
OG
June 3 – June 28
16
hours/week
for each
school
1500**
ManhattanOgden USD 383
Foundation
Ogden 21
CCLC
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Total Summer
Program
Participation
1,037
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1 Admin.
13 Certified
4 Staff
2 KSU Prof.
41 KSU PreService Teachers
6 MATC Teachers
1 Coordinator
4 Certified
7 Staff
1 –a.m. Coordinator
8 –a.m. Certified
Full day – B/G Club
7 Certified
4 Staff
1 Coordinator
7 Certified
9 Staff
9 Certified
19 Classified
1 Volunteer
1 Admin
3 Certified
12 Classified
3 Certified
Librarians
1 Classified Library
Clerk
Appendix B
Amanda Arnold Summer Program
Date:
To:
RE:
March 4, 2015
Dr. Robert Shannon, Superintendent
Summer Amanda Arnold Childcare Program
Prepared by: Larry Liotta (Principal), Jamie Tyler (Childcare Director)
Background Information:
For several years the parents of Amanda Arnold have inquired about extending the current before and
after school childcare program to the summer months. Due to construction and changes in the director, it
was not possible. A survey was given that indicated approximately thirty families of forty children want to
attend. Parents are requesting a summer childcare program that would provide their children academic
and leisure opportunities at Amanda Arnold.
Goals:
To provide a fun and safe environment for the students at Amanda Arnold to learn and to grow over the
summer.
Current Considerations:
Amanda Arnold Child Care Program is a state licensed program that runs congruent with the school year.
Parents have requested a summer childcare program that would provide activities for their children from
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June 1 through July 24 , 7:00 am to 6:00 pm daily. A copy of a typical day and schedule is attached.
Students will be allowed to use technology and academic programs used during the school year that
should reduce regression. The program will be self-supporting and funded by monthly or weekly fees that
parents pay to participate in the program (see budget below).Children from other schools are welcome to
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attend in grades Kindergarten through 6 grade (students must have completed a year of Kindergarten to
be able to attend). The director and staff will utilize current materials and equipment. The program will
utilize spaces that are licensed; cafeteria, gym, library and computer lab. Students will be bussed to Lee
Elementary daily to participate in the Free Meal Program. Parents will be surveyed at the end of the
summer and feedback will be used to improve the program.
District Goals:
5. The district will provide support of programs through existing and new resources.
14. Partnerships will be maintained and expanded with the broader community.
Benchmarking:
A variety of district elementary summer programs are supported through grants and or Boys and Girls
Club.
Financial Implications:
The program will be funded and supported by fees.
$400.00 /month/child
$110.00/week/child
$ 60.00/1/2 day option/week/child
Budget:
 Salaries:
(1) Director/Administrator- $4,000
(2) Program Designee- $3,200
(3) Program Leaders- $4,712 total for both
(4) Program Assistants- $6,684 total for all
Total Salaries: $18,596
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Supplies and Materials:
Snacks- $1,000 for whole summer
TransportationLunch- $1,400 (to and from Lee)
Field Trips- $200
Total expenditures: $21,196
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Revenue: 30 full time students x 2 months = $24,000
40 full time students x 2 months = $32,000
Future Considerations:
Approximately 30 families (40 students) have indicated an interest in a summer childcare program at
Amanda Arnold. Student to staff ratio will be 15:1. The school is licensed for a maximum of 74 students.
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Proposed Summer Activities – Amanda Arnold
7:00-8:00
8:00-8:30
8:30-9:00
9:00-9:30
K-1
Wake-up time (board games/drawing/building)
Breakfast
Team Building
Art
Group 2-6
Wake-up time (board games/drawing/building)
Breakfast
Team Building
Recess/ Gym due to weather
9:30-10:00
10:00-10:30
10:30-11:00
11:00-11:30
11:30-12:30
12:30-1:00
Recess/ Gym due to weather
Dramatic Play
Music
Board Games
Lunch 1130-1200/Recess 1200-1230
Math- Games/ Practice
Art
Music
Dramatic Play
Board Games
Lunch 1200-1230/Recess 1130-1200
Gym
1:00-1:30
1:30-2:00
2:00-2:45
2:45-3:00
3:00-3:45
3:45-4:00
Work out- Yoga, Zumba for kids etc.
Gym
Writing/ Creative/ Journaling
Bathroom/Check out- Get ready for reading
Reading
Snack
Math- Games/ Practice
Work out- Yoga, Zumba for kids etc.
Writing/ Creative/ Journaling
Bathroom/Check out- Get ready for reading
Reading
Snack
4:00-4:30
4:30-5:00
5:00-5:30
5:30-6:00
Recess/ Gym due to weather
Special
Kinect
Free Time
Kinect
Recess/ Gym due to weather
Special
Free Time
Specials
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Possible Field
Trips
Geography (library)
Technology- iPads/Computers/Internet safety
Science (cafeteria)
Photography (library)
Field Trip- Could go any part of the day or be all
day
Fishing at Anneburg
Discovery Center
Public Library
Splash Park
Cico Pool
Movie at Manhattan Theater
Oz Museum
C.L. Hoover Opera House
Topeka Zoo
MAC
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Manhattan-Ogden USD 383
Manhattan, Kansas
RESOLUTION 1415-13
RESOLUTION TO ADOPT A LOCAL OPTION BUDGET
WHEREAS, the Board of Education of Unified School District No. 383, Riley County,
Kansas, currently has authority to adopt a local option budget of 30.00 percent of the general
fund for use by the district; and
WHEREAS, the Board of Education of Unified School District No. 383, Riley County,
Kansas, has determined that a local option budget of 33.00 percent of the general fund would be
in the best interests of the district; and
WHEREAS, the Board of Education of Unified School District No. 383, Riley County,
Kansas, is authorized by K.S.A 72-6433 and K.S.A. 72-6434, as amended, to adopt such a local
option budget in an amount not to exceed 33% of the state financial aid determined for the district
in the current school year; and
WHEREAS, the adoption of the amount of local option budget in excess of 30% shall be
effective only if submitted to and approved by a majority of the qualified electors of the School
District at a mail ballot election called and held in the manner provided by K.S.A. 10-120 and
amendments thereto; and
WHEREAS, the Board of Education of Unified School District No. 383, Riley County,
Kansas, has determined to exercise the authority vested in it by said law;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Education of Unified School
District No. 383, Riley County, State of Kansas, shall be authorized to adopt a local option budget
in any school year in an amount not to exceed 33% of the amount of state financial aid
determined for the current school year, and that this authorization shall be continuous and
permanent. The local option budget authorized by this resolution may be adopted, after approval
by a majority of the qualified electors of the School District at a mail ballot election called and held
thereon.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT, the Board of Education of Unified School
District No. 383, Riley County, Kansas, does hereby call for a mail ballot election on the following
question and requests that said question be placed on the ballot for an election tentatively
scheduled for June 2, 2015.
BALLOT LANGUAGE
“Shall the Board of Education of Unified School District No. 383, Riley County, Kansas, be
authorized to increase its local option budget authority by an additional 3% (from 30% to 33%) of
its state financial aid?”
To vote in favor, vote “YES”
To vote against, vote “NO”
ADOPTED by the Board of Education of Unified School District No. 383, Riley County,
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Kansas, on the 4 day of March, 2015.
President, Board of Education
Manhattan-Ogden USD 383
Clerk, Board of Education
Manhattan-Ogden USD 383
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Board of Education Meetings
2014-2015 OPERATIONAL CALENDAR
MONTH
AUGUST
1ST MEETING
Budget
Board Committee Assignments
2ND MEETING
8-6-14 Board Operational Calendar
Preliminary Enrollment
OTHER
8-20-14 Authorization to Publish Budget
Budget Hearing
*Donations & Grants Received 2013-14
SEPTEMBER PDC Handbook
IDP Point Approval (consent)
Future Agenda Items Review
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
*Middle School Athletic & Activity Annual Report
9-3-14 ALC/OD Program Annual Report
9-17-14
Student Transfer Report
Flint Hills Job Corps Contract (expires 10-31-14)
Celebration of Freedom Week (rpt & proclamation)
Select KASB Delegate
KASB Legislative Issues
*Overtime Annual Report
Summer Programs Summary
10-1-14 State Assessment District Overview
10-15-14 10-22-14 Board Retreat 5:15 p.m.
Enrollment Report
Head Start Federal Report (consent)
Facility Use Fee Review/Revision
On-Line Enrollment
*Maintenance Costs-Athletic Fields-Annual Report
Superintendent Evaluation (Ex.Ssn)
*Professional Development Annual Report
*Federal/State Grant Funding/At-Risk Annual Report *Transportation Annual Report
Facility / Capital Outlay Report
11-5-14 New Course Proposals 2015-16
11-19-14 11-12-14 Site Council Reports Site Council Members & Meeting Dates (Consent)
Financial Audit Report
AA, FB, TR, AMS, EMS, MHS
Manhattan Virtual Academy Annual Report
Communications Annual Report
@ REC 5:30 p.m.
*Fort Riley Partnerships Annual Report
*ESOL Annual Report
State Technology Plan
12-3-14 KASB Convention Rpt (Board Comments) 12-17-14
Bully Prevention Annual Report
Martin Luther King, Jr. Proclamation
1-7-15 Head Start Federal Report (consent)
Review NEA Manhattan/BOE Agreement (Ex.Ssn)
Legislative Update
Mid-Year Enrollment Report
Superintendents' Contracts
*MHS Mid-Year Graduates List
*Mentoring Program Annual Report
* Written Report Only
*MHS CTE Program Report
2-4-15 Administrator Contracts
District Technology Plan Annual Report
Summer Programs 2015
1-21-15 1-28-15 Site Council Reports BL, LE, MR, NV, OG, WW
@ REC 5:30 p.m.
2-18-15 2-25-15 Board Retreat 5:15p.m.
*KSU Partnership/Financial Annual Report
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Board of Education Meetings
2014-2015 OPERATIONAL CALENDAR
MONTH
MARCH
APRIL
MAY
JUNE
JULY
1ST MEETING
Calendar Adoption 2015-16
3-4-15
Mid-Year 2014-15 Finance Report
*Parents as Teachers Program Annual Report
*Feb. 20 Military Count
Capital Outlay Summer Projects
4-1-15
Textbook Adoption 2015-16
Special Education Program Annual Report
Head Start Personnel Handbook (consent)
Head Start Program Annual Report
Early Childhood Program Annual Report
Budget Prioritization and Preparation
5-6-15
Elementary Handbooks (consent)
School Start/End Times 2015-16
Teacher Contract Renewal/Nonrenewal
Head Start Policy Manual (consent)
*Substance Abuse Prevention Annual Report
Budget Development 2015-16
6-3-15
Summer Programming Update
2ND MEETING
Capital Outlay Budget Planning 2015-16
OTHER
3-25-15
*Gifted Education Program Annual Report
*Worker Compensation Annual Report
Secondary Handbooks (consent)
4-15-15
Student Fees &Textbook Rental 2015-16
Head Start Quarterly Report (consent)
*Maintenance & Custodial Annual Report
*Library Media/Instr. Technology Annual Report
Safety and Security Annual Report
5-20-15
School Meal Prices 2015-16
*Evaluation of 2014-15 New Courses
Budget Development 2015-16
6-24-15
ALC /Open Door Handbooks (consent)
Board Member Interest in Officer Positions
Professional Learning & Collaboration Report
Superintendent's District Annual Report
*Warehouse Annual Report
*Graduation Lists-MHS, MAHS, MVA, ALC, MOD
*Health Services Annual Report
*MAHS Annual Report
*Manhattan-Ogden Public Schools Foundation
*MHS Student Athletic & Activities Participation
Annual Report
Annual Report
Reorganization of the Board
7-1-15 Budget Development 2015-16
7-15-15
Audit GAAP Waiver
Authorization to Publish Budget
Memberships (KASB)
Legislative Policies & Positions - Chamber of
Vehicle Mileage Reimbursement Rate
Commerce
Destruction of District Financial Records
Head Start Federal Report (consent)
Classified Handbooks (consent)
*Food Service Annual Report
* Written Report Only
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Board of Education
2014-15 Committee Assignments
COMMITTEE/BOARD
2014-2015
PURPOSE
Chamber of Commerce Public Affairs (1)
District Curriculum & Assessment Council (2)
Dave Colburn
Darell Edie
Curt Herrman
Address political issues and advocate at various governmental levels
Provide perspective on district curriculum
District Finance Committee (2)
Darell Edie
Marcia Rozell
Review financial audit and special finance topics
DODEA Grant Oversight (1)
District Wellness Committee (1)
Facilities and Growth (3)
Pat Hudgins
Curt Herrman
Dave Colburn
Darell Edie
Leah Fliter
Required by terms of grant. To participate in planning discussions.
Head Start Policy Council (1)
Intergovernmental (2)
KASB Governmental Relations Network (2)
Negotiations (2)
(alt)
Parks & Recreation Advisory Board (2)
Professional Development Council (1)
Technology (2)
Aaron Estabrook
Pat Hudgins
Leah Fliter
Dave Colburn
Leah Fliter
Marcia Rozell
Aaron Estabrook
Dave Colburn
Marcia Rozell
Pat Hudgins
Curt Herrman
Aaron Estabrook
Leah Fliter
State regulations require a Board member on this committee
Work with administration on capital projects and construction projects
Advisory committee required by federal regulations
Discuss issues among the City, County, KSU and USD 383
Represent the Board on KASB Governmental Relations Network
Contract Negotiations between BOE and NEA
Advise City Commission on Manhattan Parks & Recreation issues
Oversees professional development and reviews IDP proposals
District Technology Committee member
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AGENDA PLANNING
SCHEDULE
2014-2015
8:00 a.m.
(unless otherwise noted)
Robinson Education Center
AGENDA PLANNING DATE
July 8, 2014
July 22, 2014
August 12, 2014
August 26, 2014
September 9, 2014
September 23, 2014
October 7, 2014
October 14, 2014 (if needed)
October 28, 2014
November 11, 2014
November 20, 2014
December 9, 2014
December 18, 2014
January 13, 2015
January 27, 2015
February 10, 2015
February 17, 2015 (if needed)
February 24, 2015
March 12, 2015
March 24, 2015
April 7, 2015
April 28, 2015
May 12, 2015
May 26, 2015
June 16, 2015
June 23, 2015
TIME
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DAY
Tuesday
Tuesday
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Tuesday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Thursday
Tuesday
Thursday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Thursday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Tuesday
MEETING DATE
July 16, 2014
August 6, 2014
August 20, 2014
September 3, 2014
September 17, 2014
October 1, 2014
October 15, 2014
October 22, 2014 -retreat
November 5, 2014
November 19, 2014
December 3, 2014
December 17, 2014
January 7, 2015
January 21, 2015
February 4, 2015
February 18, 2015
February 25, 2015-retreat
March 4, 2015
March 25, 2015
April 1, 2015
April 15, 2015
May 6, 2015
May 20, 2015
June 3, 2015
June 24, 2015
July 1, 2015
PARTICIPANTS
Leah Fliter
Marcia Rozell
Leah Fliter
Darell Edie
Leah Fliter
Dave Colburn
Leah Fliter
Pat Hudgins
Leah Fliter
Aaron Estabrook
Leah Fliter
Curt Herrman
Leah Fliter
Pat Hudgins
Leah Fliter
Marcia Rozell
Leah Fliter
Marcia Rozell
Leah Fliter
Darell Edie
Leah Fliter
Dave Colburn
Leah Fliter
Pat Hudgins
Leah Fliter
Aaron Estabrook
Leah Fliter
Curt Herrman
Leah Fliter
Aaron Estabrook
Leah Fliter
Marcia Rozell
Leah Fliter
Marcia Rozell
Leah Fliter
Darell Edie
Leah Fliter
Dave Colburn
Leah Fliter
Pat Hudgins
Leah Fliter
Aaron Estabrook
Leah Fliter
Curt Herrman
Leah Fliter
Marcia Rozell
Leah Fliter
Darell Edie
Leah Fliter
Dave Colburn
Leah Fliter
Marcia Rozell
The Superintendent’s office will call or e-mail a reminder to scheduled participants on Thursday before
the meeting.
Underscored name = Agenda setting participant also appearing on KMAN - In Focus for that meeting date.
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2014-2015 Special Meetings for Board Retreat
October 22
February 25
Wednesday Wednesday -
5:15 p.m.
5:15 p.m.
- @ Robinson Education Center
- @ Robinson Education Center
2014-2015 Special Meetings – Site Reports
November 12
Wednesday -
5:30 p.m.
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School Site Council Reports
Amanda Arnold, Frank Bergman,
Theodore Roosevelt, Anthony Middle School,
Eisenhower Middle School, Manhattan High School
@ Robinson Education Center
January 28
Wednesday -
5:30 p.m.
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School Site Council Reports
Bluemont, Lee, Marlatt, Northview, Ogden,
Woodrow Wilson
@ Robinson Education Center
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School Board Member Ethics
(Board Policy BH)
As a member of my local Board, I will strive to improve public education, and to
that end I will:
Attend all regularly scheduled Board meetings insofar as possible and
become informed concerning the issues to be considered at those meetings;
Recognize that I should endeavor to make policy decisions only after
full discussion at publicly held Board meetings;
Render all decisions based on the available facts and my independent
judgment, and refuse to surrender that judgment to individuals or special interest groups;
Encourage the free expression of opinion by all Board members, and
seek systematic communications between the Board and students, district staff,
and all elements of the community;
W ork with other Board members to establish effective Board policies
and to delegate authority for the administration of the schools to the Superintendent;
Communicate to other Board members and the Superintendent expressions of public reaction to Board policies and school programs;
Support the employment of those persons best qualified to serve as
district staff;
Avoid being placed in a position of conflict of interest and refrain from
using my Board position for personal or partisan gain;
Respect the confidentiality of information that is privileged under applicable law; and
Remember that the first and greatest concern must be the educational
welfare of the students attending the public schools.
ADOPTED:
5/05
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