East Washington School Board recognizes the High School Science Research Team PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 25 June 2009 00:00
     At the recent East Washington School Board meeting the board recognized the High School Science Research Team for advancing from the Regional Fair to the Hoosier Science and Engineering Fair and having three projects advance to the International Science and Engineering Fair in Reno, Nevada.
    Superintendent Dr. Amick recommended the board to approve the change of Financial Institutions to First Harrison Bank, the members agreed unanimously.
    The board received two bids for the Administration building from Temple Construction with a bid of $141,000 and Cottongim Enterprises with a bid of $110,000. Dr. Amick recommended the board take the bids under construction until next school board meeting, the board approved.
    The previous minutes along with claims and payroll were approved. Amick and the board agreed to approve the Resolution to transfer appropriations in the amount of $11,626.39 and a resolution to transfer funds.
    The overview of 2010 bus replacement, capital projects plan, debt service, school pensions and transportation was presented to the board with no motion made.
    The board will continue through July 13 accepting bids for dairy items, bakery items, fuel and the paving of the high school parking lot. A five year leave with Better Quality Business Systems, Inc for the entire school district was approved.
    The following personnel was approved: Andrew Smith, Alternative School position;Micki Alexander, School to Work grant ans assistant tot he Alternative School position; Myra Hildreth, Kim Fleming and Christy Fisher at $9.95 per hour to clean and prepare buses for inspection; Andrew Smith, High School assistant football coach and Clinton Blankenbaker, High School assistant football coach  
    The following resignations were approved:
    Suzanne Bennett, High School Drama Sponsor; Sherry Wade, High School English teacher;Denise McNew, eighth grade volleyball coach and Mark Olesh as High School assistant track coach.
    Superintendent Amick reported tot he board about the recent legislation regarding expanded criminal background checks that will be required for all new employees. Amick will bring a recommendation back to the next school board meeting after investigating how they will be performed and the cost that will be involved.
    The board approved the Title One grant for 2009-2010; a special activity bus driver paying up to $60 now required by law effective July 1.
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