Lincoln County High School
January 14, 2013
The Lincoln County High School Advisory Council met in its regular scheduled meeting on January 14, 2013 in the LCHS Media Center office. The meeting was called to order by principal, Tim Godbey at 4:12 pm.
Members Present: Guests Present:
Tim Godbey Sam Watkins
A. Agenda-The agenda was reviewed and there were no amendments.
B. Review minutes of December meeting-The minutes of the meeting were reviewed and no changes were necessary.
C. Good News Report-The Lady Pats & Patriots played well at the Florida Tournament. They also received comments on how respectful and mature acting our students were in Florida by other coaches, onlookers, etc. In Mrs. Sutton’s Patriot Market class: Sarah Delaney, Devin Middleton, & Chris Luster placed 4th in the annual KACTE Entrepreneurship Project and won $250. They designed a business plan on Solar Plans & submitted an executive summary along with a video. This is the second year LCHS has placed 4th in the class. Two groups out of Mrs. Sutton’s multimedia class won 1st and 3rd place in the video competition for teens and savings. First Southern opened this competition up to the 12 counties they are located in. The first place winners were: Remonica Garr, Hayley Hogue, & Brent Adams ($500) and third place were Caleb Adams, Dalton Godbey, & Christian Poynter ($100). The gym floor has been refinished and looks great. The guest boys’ locker room has also been retiled. At the end of the semester 14 new students were college ready.
E. Public Comment-None
- CSIP-The CSIP must be uploaded to KDE by February 1st. Mr. Godbey provided a worksheet with the Pathway to Proficiency for LCHS. This worksheet will also be handed out at the TAT meeting on Tuesday. The percentage goals were set by the board office, not by the school. Every goal, must have at a least one strategy and one activity.
- Review Financial Statements for December 2012-The finances for December 2012 were reviewed.
- Honors Graduation Policy-The council was presented again with the graduation recognition program for graduating seniors. However there were no changes that state students must meet state benchmarks. Students should not be recognized if they are not meeting the state benchmarks. Both Mrs. Sutton & Mr. Bandura agreed and Mr. Godbey took note of the recommendation. If this policy were to go into effect, there would be students that would graduate not college ready and be recognized on graduation night.
The meeting ended at 5:00.
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