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School Board Highlights

March 10, 2009

 

 

Recognition of Eagle View Elementary Staff:  Superintendent Charlie Nelson took a moment to express appreciation for the outstanding educational growth and improvement in the positive learning culture being built by the staff and administration at Eagle View Elementary.

 

Approval of 004.0200 Purchasing Policy(1st & 2nd Reading)  A motion was made by JoAnn Cowan to approve Policy 004.0200 as presented on first and second reading.  Allen Huber seconded the motion; motion carried unanimously.

 

Board Leeway:  Tabled.

 

Report on Ashley Elementary Class Sizes:  Superintendent Nelson reported that steps have been implemented for this school year to help alleviate the student overcrowding in the 3rd and 5th grades at Ashley Elementary.  The Superintendent will prepare a written report for the public and Board of Education.

 

Energy Management Presentation:  Kevin Dyreng, from Utah Controls, talked to the Board about an energy saving plan offered by Utah Controls. 

 

Personnel:  The following individuals were approved for appointment by the Uintah School District Board of Education:

            Kelly Heaton, Connections, Eagle View

            Mallory McGinnis, Connections, Ashley

            Nelson Ahrnsbrak, Connections, Ashley

            Judith Huber, Reading/Math Tutor, Lapoint

            Shaleen Petty, Reading/Math Tutor, Lapoint

            Becky Hancock, Reading/Math Tutor, Lapoint

            Robyn Lyman, Reading/Math Tutor, Lapoint

            Darci Lira, Connections, Eagle View

 

Resignation of Personnel: Letters of Resignation have been received from the following employees:

            Elizabeth Goode, Teaching Aide, Naples – effective March 1, 2009

            Angela Bradley, Connections – effective February 25, 2009

            Brycie Klein, Teacher, Eagle View – effective May 31, 2009