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Renovation Tour On Coleman School Board June 18 Agenda
Issue Date: June 14, 2018
Coleman School District's Leadership Team will be in the spotlight for the School Board meeting starting t 7 p.m. on Monday, June 18.
Once again the referendum project for school renovations and safety improvements will occupy much of the meeting. There is to be a renovation tour, the board will be asked to approve contracts with Bray Architects and Miron Construction for the referendum projects, and will be provided by Superintendent Doug Polomis with additional information on referendum borrowing.
AGR grade level goals for 2017-2018 and 2017-2018 budget revisions will be discussed. Board approval of the recommended budget revisions is likely.
The board will also review and probably approve the professional staff compensation model (salary schedule) for the 2018-2019 school year.
Board action is expected on the resignation of Fritz Weidner as assistant softball coach; resignation of Jill King as Reading Center aide and hiring of Victoria Loos to fill that position.
Other anticipated hirings include Brittany Story as Middle School teacher, Betty Beschta and Sarah Thomas as Mentors, Joni Kotecki as JV Volleyball Coach, Becky Rhode and Laurie St. Louis as Co-Prom Advisors, and Jamie Slawinski as a student teacher for the first semester of 2018.
Near the start of the meeting the M&M Community Foundation will make a grant presentation, and later in the meeting the board is expected to accept grants from Coleman-Pound Booster Club, Cougar Booster Club, North Wood Flooring, Culver's and Parkway Golf Course.
There will be second readings and probable approval of several policies that were discussed during first readings at the board meeting in May.
Renewal of the district's WIAA membership for 2018-2019 is expected.
The agenda allows possible acton on other hirings, resignations and donations that may come up before the meeting.
Polomis, as superintendent, will announce a retirement recognition, a Safety Grant, restroom and storage bids, referendum borrowing, an Energy Efficiency project, Swat Team meeting and the Summer Math Institute. He will also present information on the Bray and Miron contracts connected with the referendum project that are to come up for board approval near the end of the meeting.
In his dual role as High School Principal Polomis will report on academic recognitions, senior recognition, graduation, spring sports team highlights, FBLA Nationals and the All Sports meeting.
Elementary/Middle School Principal Yvette Marshall will report on state recognition of the elementary school for behavior and reading, this year's summer school program, and the Positive Behavior Intervention System.
After other business is completed the board will go into closed executive session to review Polomis' contract and performance as superintendent and high school principal and discuss a contract addendum. They will then return to open session with the possibility of action before adjourning.
The next regular board meeting will be at 7 p.m. Monday, July 16.