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April 2013 Minutes

Lincoln County High School

Advisory Council

April 22, 2013

 

The Lincoln County High School Advisory Council met in its regular scheduled meeting on April 22, 2013 in the LCHS Media Center office. The meeting was called to order by principal, Tim Godbey at 4:00 pm.

 

Members Present:                                                                 Guests Present:                     

Tim Godbey                                                                             Sam Watkins 

Brad Petrey                                                                             Jim Ward

Natalie Sutton                                                                        

Doc Spangler

Jennifer Kaiser

 

 

Opening Business

A. Agenda-The agenda was reviewed and there were no amendments.

B. Review minutes of March & Special Called meeting-The minutes of the meetings were reviewed and the following changes needed to be made. One Social Studies teacher will be cut and adjustments will be made to PE.

C. Good News Report-Prom was a success.  Nate Brock will attend Rogers Scholar.  Mallory Bridgeman & Gentry Lewis will attend GSP.  Josh Gooch was accepted to West Point Leadership.  The LCHS Band made it the state competition for the first time ever.  The Bass Fishing Team has two students that qualified for state.  The high school had a completion rate of  94.44%.  Judy Hammons was given the Apple Award from the Chamber of Commerce.   

E. Public Comment-None

 

Student Achievement

  1. Review of 150 Day Plan-Mr. Godbey reviewed the 150 day plan.  All additions to are currently being worked or have been completed.  Items J & K under Rock 5 will be combined and it has not been started.
  2. ACT Data/Graduation Data-Mr. Godbey stated that they feel the ACT scores will be around 19.1.  The CCR rate will be well above 50%, however the graduation rate will fall from 88%-80%.  Students are counted as 4 years.  If it takes a student 5 years to graduate then we cannot count them. 
  3. PAS Data-The PAS data for ninth graders shows us that males are outperforming the females, which is unusual.  Math numbers are still a concern. Mr. Ward noted that math scores from around the district are a concern.  The district hopes to purchase a Tier 1 Program and implement in the elementary schools soon.  Eleventh grade special education has as many in Level 1 as they do in Level 4.   The administration hopes to pinpoint why there are so many gains in English and copy what they are doing into the math department.  The administration has also scheduled a PAS conference call to find out the difference in the three tests that are given.
  4. EOC/AP Testing-Mr. Godbey provided a copy of the testing schedule and locations.

 

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  1.  Teacher Professional Growth & Effectiveness (TPGES) update-The following teachers will be participating in this project:  Donita Brock, Kevin Bandura, Paula Playforth, Amanda Coffman, & Kristen Story.   This will be a week long training.  There will also be a principal growth planning plan as well.
  2. Professional Development at LCHS 2013-2014-Mr. Godbey will present the PD opportunities for the next school year in June.  He also provided the council with the worksheets that were given to the staff on the last staff workday (Priority Pyramid & PLPS).
  3. Master Scheduling-There is a rough draft of the master schedule for next year; however there are gaps due to special education.  Mr. Godbey and Mrs. Griffin will be meeting with Mrs. Ralston on Tuesday to find out what cuts will take place. This is a student generated schedule and most student needs were met.
  4. June 1st Quarterly Report-Mr. Ward presented a rough draft of the report that will be sent to the state department on the presenter.  He noted that all elementary schools in the district will have to complete a quarterly report next year.

 

Budget Report

 

  1. Review Financial Statements for March 2013-The finances for March 2013 were reviewed.   We still have some carryover from 2012 and will be using it for paper costs and teacher needs for the next school year.  There will also be another 100 red chairs bought for graduation this year. 

 

Committee Reports

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Review

  1.  SBDM Policies & By-laws-Mr. Fannin (KDE) provided Mr. Godbey with a list of required policies that must be in the SBDM book.  These policies will be looked at starting in May.   

 

Old Business

None

 

New Business

            None

 

 Adjourn

            The meeting ended at 5:03.

 

Minutes submitted by:

Natalie Sutton

 

 

Lincoln County High School

Advisory Council

April 29, 2013

 

The Lincoln County High School Advisory Council met for a special called meeting on April 29, 2013 in the LCHS Media Center office. The meeting was called to order by principal, Tim Godbey at 4:00 pm.

 

Members Present:                                                                 Guests Present:                     

Tim Godbey                                                                             Sam Watkins 

Brad Petrey                                                                             

Natalie Sutton                                                                        

Doc Spangler

Jennifer Kaiser

 

 

Opening Business

A. Agenda-The agenda was reviewed and there were no amendments.

B. Discuss LCHS Staffing Allocation from April 23rd board Meeting-All teachers will be cut one staff work day  for the 2013-2014 school year.  All 260 day employees will lose 5 days a year until they are all at 239 total contract days. All 185/183/182 day employees will be cut a day year until they all are at 180 days.  A secretary position that was paid out of food services and the general fund will now be paid out of just food services.  One classified secretary will lose their job at Stanford.  The special education allocation was reviewed with Mr. Godbey.  LCHS will lose three special education assistants.  LCHS will be able to retain two special education teachers by doing the following:  LCHS allocation for the 2013-2014 is 57.9 employees.  LCHS cannot have an employee at .9, however after speaking with Mrs. Hatter the board will find .10 to retain one special education teacher.  To retain the second special education teacher Mrs. Ralston will pay for half the salary and Mr. Godbey will have funds available to pay for the other half of the salary.

 

 Adjourn

            The meeting ended at 4:30.

 

Minutes submitted by:

Natalie Sutton

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