persons interested in attending the Regularly Scheduled School Board
Meeting for Collinsville Public Schools, Independent District I-6, should
make plans to attend the meeting at the following date, time and place
to wit: Date: Aug. 7, 2006 -- Time: 7:00 p.m.
Place: Education Service Center, 1119 West Broadway, Collinsville OK
The following appeared on the agenda at the above scheduled meeting
NOTE: The Board of Education may discuss, vote to approve, vote to disapprove,
vote to table or decide not to vote on any item on this agenda.
1) Call to Order and Roll Call of Members.
2) Record of Members Present and Absent. -- all
present except Ted Clark.
3) Presentation by the Constituency.
4) Reading of Minutes - July 10, 2006 Regular Meeting.
5) Approval of Purchase Orders and Payment of Purchase Orders - FY2007
General, Building Funds and Building Bond 2006 and FY06 General, Building
Fund Reserves and All District Funds - Approval of Budgets, Reports,
Allocations and Investments.
6) Discussion and Vote to Approve Activity Fund Fund-raisers.--
7) Resignation of Board Member, Post #4. -- The
resignation of Ted Clark was "reluctantly" accepted by the
remaining board (Joe Hampton, Wendell Johnson, Memory Ostrander and
Donna Sears). Ted's letter is below and the planned replacement process
is discussed under the Superintendent's Report.
3, 2006 -- To The Collinsville School Board Of Education
It has been my pleasure to serve in the capacity of board member
for the past several years.
I have enjoyed being a part of the educational process and the business
portions of the district. I have also enjoyed working closely with
other board members, administration and staff of the schools.
It is with regret that I must tender my resignation from the board
at this time.
I would not choose to end this tenure, except that my sister has
taken a teaching position, and I feel she will be a credit to the
With that in mind, please accept this resignation and be certain
that I will continue to be a major supporter of Collinsville schools.
-- Ted Clark
8) Discussion and Vote to Accept Transportation Bid for School Year
2007. -- Herb Weaver's State Farm bid was the
only bid and was accepted (~$20K) and also coveres the three new buses
which will hopefuuly arrive just in time for school start.
9) Resignations: -- accepted
--a) Mary Beth Lykins, H.S. English
--b) Tina Kirkpatrick, M.S. Math
--c) Peggy Peterson, H.S. Chemistry; Amended
10) Vote to Approve School District Accreditation and School Improvement
Status Report from State Departmentt of Education. --
The report was accepted.
11) Discussion and Vote to Approve Terry Due as Authorized Official
and Certified Authority for All Local, State and Federal Funds. --
12) Proposed Executive Session to Discuss Negotiations for Certified
and Support Personnel, Pursuant to Section 307 (B)(2) and Hiring of
Personnel, Pursuant to Section 307 (B)(1) of the Open Meeting Law so
the Board May Return to Open Session and Vote to Approve or Not Approve
Working Agreements for Certified and Support Personnnel for FY2007 and
Hiring of Personnel..
13) Vote To Convene in Executive Session.
14) Vote To Acknowledge Return of Board to Open Session.
15) Executive Session Minutes Compliance Announcement.
16) Discussion and Vote to Approve Working Agreement for FY2007 Certified
Personnnel. -- The multi-page agreement was approved
by the board and included the following topics:
* the pay increase approved by the legislature was added to current
* $55 stipend for each unused personal day
* add step 30 (but not 31) to the salary schedule
* increase homebound/homebase pay to $7.50 per half hour (from $6.25).
* increase non--absence incentive days to 120 payable when a teacher
leaves the district or retires.
* increase compensation range to $2200-$2750 (from $2200-2500) for a
teacher teaching a sixth hour (on their planning period).
* increase the National Honor Society compensation range to 500-750
17) Discussion and Vote to Approve Working Agreement for FY2007 Support
Personnnel. -- approved
18) Discussion and Vote to Hire Personnel: --
--a) High School English. -- Keli Harrell
--b) Middle School Math. -- Melody McCoy
--c) Special Education-Severe/Profound.. -- n/a
--d) Choral Music. -- n/a
--e) Middle School English/Social Studies. --
--f) M.S. Reading Literacy Lab Teacher's Aide. --
--g) Wilson Elementary School Secretary. -- Joyce
--h) Wilson Elementary Cafeteria Manager. -- Ruth
--i) FT CNP Cook. -- Perryetta Metzger
--j) FT CNP Cook. -- Patricia Hunt
--k) Wilson Elementary Para T.A's - -- Sara Green
19) Discussion and Vote to Increase Substitute Teacher Pay.--
20) Assistant Superintendent's Report.
Terry Due reported on the following topics:
* Multi Clean will be used for custodial service at ECC and the Middle
* putting in drains at track this week ... hit rock at about 5 feet
... had expected at about 7 feet
* ECC footings dug ... hit fiber optics at about 3 feet which were spec'd
to be at 5 feet ... back on schedule now.
21) Superintendent's Report.
Pat Harrold reported on the following topics:
* With the resignation of post #4 board member
(Ted Clark) the board has 60 days to either appoint a replacement or
call a special election. Boards typically make an appointment to avoid
the cost and delay of an election. Advertisements with qualifications
and the post 4 boundaries will be advertised in the Aug 16th and 23rd
newspaper editions. Interested/qualified candidates need to pick up
information packets at the Education Service Center (1119 W. Broadway)
and return their application by August 31 to be considerd for the appointment.
* New teachers will report this Friday
* Oklahoma State University (OSU) has released information comparing
9 CHS graduates in the Spring 2006 class with 2980 total OSU freshman
(the CHS grads had a 3.301 first semester GPA while the overall group
had a 2.740 GPA). The CHS ACT scores were greater to or equal to each
of the overall group's scores. In a comparison of the 35 CHS grads who
are undergraduates at OSU verses a 17,155 total, the CHS group still
faired well with their 2.965 GPA vs 2.996 for the total group.
* Two long standing transportation court cases have settlements reached
which matched State Farm's original offers for medical bills only.
23) New Business. 2 additional resignations came
in Aug, 7th and were accepted: Lori Stout (reading lab) and Patrice
This notice being given and displayed by the authority of the School
Board of Independent District, I-6, acting by and through the undersigned.
Pat Herald, Superintendent
Posted Aug. 3rd
(on the door of the Education Service Center at 1119 W. Broadway)