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Policies, Pay On April 18 Coleman School Agenda
Issue Date: April 13, 2022
Among other items on a long set of agendas on Monday, April 18 Coleman School Board is expected to approve filling several coaching and teaching positions, set wages for staff members, and approve first readings of a long, long list of policies after consideration at an hour-long Policy Committee meeting.
The evening for Policy Committee members Joanne Nowak, Barb Vandrisse and Chair Ryan Wendt will begin at 6 p.m. Some policies on the agenda are slated for only technical changes, while others are either new policies or include new provisions. Issues covered include board member behavior, public comment at board meetings, curriculum development, non discrimination on the basis of sex in education programs or activities, human growth and development, graduation requirements, grievance procedures, public records and control of casual contact communicable diseases.
The regular board meeting is to start at 7 p.m., and accepting first readings of the policies is on their agenda. They will be asked to approve the CEA collective bargaining agreement, accept the compensation model for professional staff, approve funding the professional staff compensation, set support staff wage scale with an hourly increase for current support staff, accept a tuition agreement for Tess Rosner, approve the CESA-8 contract, approve health insurance through WEA Trust and Dental Insurance through Delta Dental, set The Peshtigo Times as Official newspaper for 2022-2023, and accept a donation from Tom and Mary Guth.
Approval is expected for hiring of Jason Champagne as an elementary teacher, Carrie Messenger as a 4K teacher, Matthew Polomis as a Phy Ed teacher, Dylan Marquardt as a volunteer golf coach and Principal Pam Berg as a volunteer track coach, and accepting resignations of Darlene Maloney as 7th Grade volleyball coach and Tim Gould as JV Wrestling coach.
Berg is to report on summer school plus March and April events, and Superintendent Doug Polomis, who is also High School principal, will report on the tornado drill, spring summit, state Forensics, Staff Appreciation Week and more.