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May 5, 2014 Lower Dauphin School Board Regular Meeting/Work Session Minutes

May 5, 2014 Lower Dauphin School Board Regular Meeting/Work Session Minutes

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May 5, 2014 Lower Dauphin School Board Regular Meeting/Work Session Minutes
May 5, 2014 Lower Dauphin School Board Regular Meeting/Work Session Minutes

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LOWER DAUPHIN SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF SCHOOL DIRECTORS Regular Meeting/Work Session Minutes May 5, 2014 I. CALL TO ORDER:
The Lower Dauphin School Board met this evening at 7:00 p.m. for a Regular Meeting/ Work Session at the District Administration Center with President Todd M. Kreiser  presiding.
II. OPENING CEREMONY
The meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance.
III. ROLL CALL
Responding to Roll Call were Board Members, Mr. Todd M. Kreiser, Mrs. Dana A. Barry, Mr. Kevin J. Busher, Ms. Debra J. Macut, Mrs. Marcela D. Myers, Mr. Keith E. Oellig, Mrs. Laurie N. Reichert, Mr. Eric M. Samples, and Mrs. Kerry L. Wolfe, as well as Dr. Sherri L. Smith, Superintendent. Staff members present included Dr. Robert Schultz, Assistant Superintendent; Mrs. Michelle Shuler, Business Manager; Mrs. Angela Hepner, Director of Human Resources; Mr. Andrew McCrea, Director of Pupil Services; Mr. James Hazen, Community Relations Coordinator; Mrs. Melanie Shaver-Durham, Director of Elementary Education; Mr. David Marshall, Supervisor of Operations & Maintenance; Dr. Kevin White, Director of Information & Technology Services; Mr. Todd Neuhard, High School Principal; Mr. Dan Berra, Middle School Principal; Mr. Edward Gnall, Mr. Justin Hanula, Dr. Michael Lausch, Mr. Gary Messinger and Dr. Douglas Winner, Elementary Principals. Also in attendance were press representatives from The Patriot, The Press and Journal, and The Sun.
IV. APPROVAL OF AGENDA
It should be noted that public notice was given for this meeting in accordance with Act 84 of 1986.
The agenda was submitted for the Board’s approval.
Motion:
Mrs. Reichert and Ms. Macut moved to approve the agenda as indicated.
Vote:
All nine (9) members approved the motion.
 
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V.
 
RECOGNITION OF GUESTS AND SCHEDULED SPEAKERS
Dr. Smith welcomed the many parents, students, and guests in the audience. 1.
 
Dr. Smith introduced high school music teacher, Liz Colpo, who directed the High School Chamber Singers in performing a song for the Board and guests. Mr. Kreiser thanked them for their wonderful performance and read a  proclamation that was presented to each member for their accomplishment of  being
selected to perform at the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association’s
 State Conference. 2.
 
Dr. Smith then introduced Christopher Brian. Mr. Kreiser read a proclamation honoring Christopher for being selected as a member of the Pennsylvania Music
Educators Association’s All
-State Chorus. 3. Ceremonial Signing of Diploma (Placeholder) 4. The meeting was turned over to Mr. Dan Berra, Middle School Principal, who recognized nine middle school students for their outstanding scholarship and school citizenship. A video of interviews with the students was shown followed  by introductions of the students and their parents. The students who were recognized are: Kayley Brookes, Alexis Goddard, Ella hickey, Rory Klingensmith, Pauliina Malinen, Abby Mauger, Chiara Meyers, Melissa Salli, and Clay Spencer. Certificates were presented with congratulations from Dr. Smith, Mr. Berra, Mr. Szobocsan, Mrs. Coller.
Motion:
 Mrs. Myers and Mrs. Reichert moved to place the names of the list of students and their accomplishments into the official minutes of the meeting.
Vote:
 All eight (8) members approved the motion. The meeting was recessed at 7:35 for photo opportunities and refreshments. President Kreiser called the meeting to order at 8:00 p.m.
VI.
 
REPORTS A.
 
COMMUNITY RELATIONS COORDINATOR
Mr. Hazen reported:
 
 
The spring concert season has begun with sixth grade kicking things off on May 7; Conewago and South Hanover on May 8; High School and seventh and eighth grade orchestras will have a joint concert on May 13; Londonderry on May 14; High School and seventh and eighth grade bands will have a joint concert on May 15; Seventh and eighth grade chorus will join their high school counterparts on May 21; East Hanover an Nye on May 22; and Mr.
 
5/5/14 Regular Meeting/Work Session Minutes Page 3 of 9 Hutchinson will have a special outdoor concert with his band on May 30, at 7:30 p.m. in borough park where they will be playing selections from the Wizard of Oz with the movie to follow in conjunction with board of recreation.
 
 
Our student artists are also busy. Alicia Thomasson has work featured in a gallery in Lancaster this month. The annual senior art show kicks off on May 16 at the Rail Community Center with art on display and for sale.
 
 
Fifth graders will all be heading to Camp Hebron this month.
 
 
Sixth graders will be having their DARE graduation ceremony on May 23.
 
 
Senior awards night is May 22.
 B. FEDERAL PROGRAMS
Mrs. Shaver-Durham reported:
 
The reading center event,
 Read, Write, Draw
 – 
 Comics are Cool!
, held on April 16 at Nye Elementary was a great success. There were 159 students and  parents in attendance. They have received great feedback from the  participants.
C. SUPERINTENDENT
Dr. Smith reported:
 
The bids for the field house came in last week 25% above the estimates so it was decided to rebid.
 
The work on the tennis courts continues. They have to recoat part of the driveway then grass and trees can be planted.
 
Senior awards night is May 22, 6:45 at the high school. It is one of the most rewarding and inspirational nights to see the successes of the students.
VII. ITEMS FOR BOARD ACTION
By notice of the President, the following action items suggest a roll call vote. You will be
recorded as voting in the affirmative for the motion unless you say “nay” or “I abstain”.
Board Members are further advised that they must publicly announce and disclose the nature of any conflict of interest before the vote on the matter is taken and file the appropriate form with the Secretary of the Board.
A.
 
FISCAL 1. PERMISSION TO RE-BID Motion:
 Mrs. Reichert and Mr. Samples moved to reject all bids for the
 project known as “Lower Dauphin Field House Project”, dated April 29, 2014,
and authorize the Architect (EI Associates) and Administration to prepare and issue contract documents for re-bid.
Vote:
All nine (9) members approved the motion.

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