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BOARD MEETING MINUTES                                                          January 16, 2006

Crow High School English Room                                       7:00 PM


Board Chair Approval:__________________________________ Superintendent:___________________



6:30 PM            Executive Session (Non Public) Session.  Session under the authority of ORS 192.660 (1) Personnel Issues (2) Evaluation


7:00 PM            1.0        Call to Order


                        Board Chair, Jeff Ramp called the meeting to order at 7:16  Present were Directors, Paul Atkinson, Mike Wiederhold, Dean Livelybrooks, and Andy Stahl Wellborn.  Staff Present: Superintendent, Eileen Palmer, Administrative Assistant, Lee Ann Hartwig, Principals: Ron Osibov, and Kathi Holvey, Krin Hunt and Josephina Zile.  Guests and Patrons: Earl Ford, Tim Webb, Deborah Mar, Rochelle Crockett, Bob Crockett, Molly Crist, Cherie Fuller, Travis Fuller, Rodney Raudebaugh, Aley Fuller, Tammy Johnson, Brian Johnson, Marilon Logan, Kathy Logan, Carrie Pederson, Edith Ruiz and Gabe Ruiz. West Lane News Reporter


1.1               Call to Order and Flag Salute

1.2               Review and acceptance of Agenda

1.3               Approval of Minutes Regular Board Meeting, December 12, 2006


Moved by Paul Atkinson, seconded by Mike Wiederhold and carried 5-0 to accept the December Board Minutes as presented to the board.


1.4               Next Board Meeting February 13th, 2006, Crow High School, English Room



1.5               Introduction and Comments of Guests and Representatives


a.       Cascade Military Academy – Tim Webb spoke to the board regarding the rental of the old district office.  Cascade Military Academy is interested in renting the building to house its private school.  They would like to rent until June 06 and then reevaluate their situation.

b.       The board directed Superintendent Palmer, to go ahead and set up a rental agreement with Cascade Military Academy when the following conditions are met.

·         Rental to be on a Month-to-Month Lease, First and Last Months rent paid up front.

·         Currently paid and up to date Insurance Binder


Moved by Andy Stahl Wellborn, seconded by Paul Atkinson and carried

5-0 to accept into an agreement with Cascade Military School for the

Rental of the old district office at $660.00 per month plus utilities when all

above conditions are met.


c.       Patron, Earl Ford spoke with the board regarding his recent fall from the bleachers while attending a basketball game.  He felt the board should make this a priority due to the liability issue that could arise if someone was seriously hurt.  (See attached letter from Mike Proffitt)


1.6               Board Chair Report


a.                   No report at this time


Prior to staff reports the board and patrons took a break in honor of

Board appreciation and had cake with guests and patrons. 

Board reconvened at 8:00 PM


1.7               Staff Reports


a.       Superintendent, Eileen Palmer, spoke to the board and patrons in attendance regarding Division Standards for Public Elementary and Secondary Schools.  She discussed our strengths and areas not yet in compliance.

Her concerns were on the following areas:

·         OAR 581-022-0405 Each School district shall implement plans for career education Grades K-12

·         OAR 581-022-1210 (2) a planned K-12 Instructional Program

·         OAR 581-022-1510 District Guidance and Counseling.


b.       Principal, Ron Osibov (see attached report)

c.       Principal, Kathi Holvey (see attached report)

d.       Athletic Report (see attached report)


Moved by Andy Stahl Wellborn, seconded by Dean Livelybrooks to

Co-Op with Willamette High School and send our students interested in

Softball to receive these services from Willamette High School.  Motion

Carried 5-0.


2.0               Review and Correspondence to Board


a.                   None at this time


3.0               Consent Agenda


The following procedures for the consent agenda are established by Policy.  The Superintendent recommends adoption by single consent motion the following listed items which are identified on the agenda by a double **.  Any of these items may be removed from the consent agenda by the director notifying the Superintendent at least 24 hours prior to the meeting that the director will request that the item be considered separately and as regularly listed on the agenda.  Items that remain on the consent agenda will be acted upon following the “Preliminary Business.”


The affected individual, organizations or institutions shall be notified that the item has been removed from the consent agenda and informed of the approximate time for consideration.  Persons who request an opportunity to address the board prior to action shall be granted 15 minutes for such presentations.  If a director request the removal of an item at the next meeting without prior notifications, that item will be considered at the next regular board meeting.



4.0               Financial (see attachments F)


4.1               General Fund Financial Summary

4.2               District Accounts

4.3               Check Register Payment of Claims Against the District

4.4               Student Body Accounts

4.5               Athletic Accounts


Moved by Dean Livelybrooks, seconded by Mike Wiederhold and carried

To accept the reported agenda items 4.1,4.2,4.3, 4.4, and 4.5 and further

Further approves the payment of claims against the district listed in

In agenda item 4.3.


5.0               Curriculum


a.       Homes Project was discussed and Dean Livelybrooks will be working on getting a Brochure done showing the vision of the HOMES project.  Superintendent, Eileen Palmer will be meeting with LCC on the 20th of January for further discussion of their possible involvement in the project

b.       Graduation requirements were discussed and the board agreed to make the following changes in curriculum at the high school


Moved by Andy Stahl Wellborn, seconded by Paul Atkinson and

Carried 5-0 to change the following class credits to 1 credit of math 

 thus increasing the Math program to a 3-year program.

·         ½ credit for Careers

·         ½ credit for Computer


c.       Moved by Dean Livelybrooks, seconded by Paul Atkinson to start the

Next fall with the 3 years required Math program at CHS. (Freshman class of 2010).  Motion carried 5-0.


6.0               Transportation, Building and Maintenance


a.                   New Maintenance Vehicle


Moved by Dean Livelybrooks, seconded by Andy Stahl Wellborn and

To approve the purchase of a new district pickup for the Maintenance

Department, at $11,965.00.  Motion carried 5-0.


7.0               Policies


The following patrons, and employees have expressed interest in being

On the Wellness Committee:

Lee Ann Hartwig, Lee Ann Eastlick, Andy Stahl Wellborn, Darren Willits,

Paul Atkinson, Annett Scallion, Mary Houle’, Patty Morrow, Rod Cooper

And Georgann Squire.


8.0               Personnel

a.                   No report at this time


9.0            Items for Next Agenda


a.                   Lane ESD Resolutions

b.                   Anita Lavassaur, Audit Report


9.0               Coming Events

a.                   Homecoming January 30th

b.                   March Casino Nite

c.                   Movie Nite for Kids