CRAWFORD CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
Instructional Support Center
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
NOTICE: No official action will be taken during the Committee of the Whole Meeting. The business of this Meeting is merely to discuss and deliberate information that may be placed on the Agenda for the Voting Meeting to be held on April 24, 2017.
PUBLIC COMMENTS REGARDING THE AGENDA OF APRIL 18, 2017
SECONDARY CURRICULUM – Jeffrey L. Deardorff, Chairperson
1. Discussion regarding the First Reading of the following curriculum:
- General Social Studies, Grades 9-10, MASH (Attachment)
- Honors Biology II, Grades 11-12, CJSHS (Attachment)
2. Discussion regarding the First Reading of Schedule J’s – Textbook Adoption:
- Social Studies, grades 7-8 at Meadville Area Middle School and Cochranton Jr.-Sr. High School (Attachment)
- Science, grades 7-8 at Meadville Area Middle School and Cochranton Jr.-Sr. High School (Attachment)
3. Discussion regarding the Second and Final Reading of Schedule J – Textbook Adoption – Elementary Functions, Meadville Area Senior High School (Attachment)
4. Discussion regarding the 2017 graduation classes for Meadville Area Senior High School and Cochranton Jr.-Sr. High School
5. Secondary Curriculum Update
ELEMENTARY CURRICULUM – Donald F. Sacco, Chairperson
1. Discussion regarding the revision of the school day for West End Elementary School beginning with the 2017-2018 school year
2. Elementary Curriculum Update
EXTRACURRICULAR – Katrina M. Proctor, Chairperson
1. Discussion regarding the Meadville Area Senior High School Forensics Team traveling to Louisville, Kentucky to compete in the Forensics National Competition on May 25-27, 2017, at a cost to the District of $3,394.20
2. Discussion regarding the robotics classes at Cochranton Jr.-Sr. High School traveling to California, Pennsylvania to compete in the National Robotics Competition on May 19-20, 2017, at a cost to the District of $3,694.28
3. Extracurricular Update
TECHNOLOGY – Melissa Burnett, Chairperson
1. Technology Update
SPECIAL SERVICES – Donald F. Sacco, Chairperson
1. Special Services Update
BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS – Frank J. Schreck, Chairperson
1. Discussion regarding Schedule K #414 – Bids for Carpet Replacement at Neason Hill Elementary
2. Discussion regarding the Agreements Between Owner and Contractor for the Cochranton Jr.-Sr. High School Stadium Renovation Project
3. Buildings and Grounds Update
TRANSPORTATION/FOOD SERVICE – Delwood J. Smith, Chairperson
1. Discussion regarding the 2017-2018 Budget for Nutrition Inc.
2. Transportation Update
3. Food Service Update
FINANCE – Jeffrey S. Rose, Chairperson
1. Discussion/Update regarding the 2017-2018 General Fund Budget (Handout)
2. Discussion regarding awarding the District’s auditing service to McGill, Power, Bell & Associates, LLP, for a five (5) year period beginning with fiscal year 2016-2017, at a yearly cost of $22,500
3. Discussion regarding the 2017-2018 Woodring Security Service Proposal (Attachment)
4. Discussion regarding leasing equipment for the Secondary Learning Program (Handout)
5. Discussion regarding Schedule L – Budgetary Transfers (Attachment)
6. Finance Update
PERSONNEL/POLICY– Jan A. Feleppa, Chairperson
1. Discussion regarding summer work schedule
2. Discussion regarding the review of Crawford Central School District Policy #918 – Title I District-Wide Parental Involvement
3. Discussion regarding the Personnel Recommendations
4. Personnel Update
Board Debriefing on Core Values
1.How did we do at keeping our definition of success firmly in mind as we discussed our agenda items?
a. What specifically did we do well?
b. What could we have done better?
2. Did we as a Board do exceptionally well at living by any of our Core Values? What specific examples demonstrated those Core Values?
3. Does any individual Board Member deserve recognition for living by a Core Value? If so, please take a moment to provide positive feedback to that individual in SBI format.
4. Does any individual Board Member need some feedback about violating any of the Core Values? If so, please take a moment in private to provide that feedback using SBI format. In providing that feedback be sure to live by the Core Values yourself and in receiving that feedback be sure to keep an open mind!
Question of the Month
6. Integrity – Does anyone deserve feedback (positive or negative) around:
a. Sharing complete, truthful, and accurate information with the best intent?
Executive Session – Labor Relations/Personnel