Lincoln County High School
May 19, 2015
The Lincoln County High School Advisory Council met in its regular scheduled meeting on May 19, 2015 in the LCHS Media Center office. The meeting was called to order by principal, Tim Godbey at 2:15.
Members Present: Guests Present:
Tim Godbey Leisa Dickerson
A. Agenda-The agenda was reviewed and there were no amendments.
B. Review minutes of April-There were no changes necessary to the minutes.
C. Good News Report-Royce Cummins and Tiandra Hocker qualified for state track meet. Third year in a row that more AP tests were given. On-Demand AP testing went great. Adie Hogue and the Kaiser sisters won at state and qualify for national competition in Chicago.
D. Public Comment-None
A. KPREP Testing Update-Testing has went well. EOC will take place over the next two weeks.
A. Principal Selection Process-Set Training Date for Sara Evans/Q&A-Mrs. Hatter does not have to use the advisory council in the principal selection process, however she has chosen to include the advisory council. Training dates have been scheduled for June 1. The training is three hours at the school board. Here are a few questions for Mrs. Hatter.
1. Who is in charge on during the interim period?
2. Who will be hiring new personnel during interim period (Hatter or Interim Principal)?
3. Will the Advisory Council behave like the SBDM choosing the next principal?
4. Has principal position been posted, if not when?
5. Who leads Advisory Council in the absence of head principal? We have not selected a vice-chair since we are not a SBDM.
- Review Financial Statements for April-There were no changes necessary made to the budget.
- Review of 2015-2016 Section 6 Allowances-Mr. Godbey presented the section 6 allowance to the advisory council. The Budget Committee allocated the budget at 95%
- SB Grading Policy-More Questions? There are still questions about this policy. The PD committee met and are bringing questions back to each individual department. The PD committee would like to have training at the beginning of the year.
A. Performance Based Assessment-Health and PE-The district would write a policy that would model KSBA. In any KHSAA sponsored sport event including Band and Rugby, students will not have to take Health and PE. Students must meet the standards of the rubric. Students will be awarded a whole credit for Health and PE. This frees up the master schedule. This does not reduce the number of positions. You can also realign the master schedule to free up more elective courses.
The meeting ended at 3:01pm.
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