TrekNorth School Board Minutes

TrekNorth High School
Board of Directors Meeting Agenda
August 16, 2005

Board Attending: Shane Corning, Dan Hawkins, Julia Conlon, Dan McKeon, Jim Walker
Absent: Bob Bernstrom
Staff Attending: Mike Munson, Kari Munson, Erica Haynes

Reading: Lisa Peterson

Meeting called to Order: 6:10 P.M.
Reading of the Mission Statement: “Preparing young people to make a positive difference in their local and global communities.”

I. CONSENT AGENDA

  1. Minutes from June 30, 2005 Special Meeting
  2. 2005-2006 Teacher contracts
    M/S/C — Motion to approve the consent agenda items: Hawkins, second Corning
    Motion passes unanimously
    M/S/C — Motion to amend minutes from July 12, 2005 to add Dan McKeon to attendance record: Peterson, second Hawkins
    Motion passes unanimously

II. OLD BUSINESS: Carried forward from August 9, 2005

  1. Executive Director Search
    1. Review of Transition Proposal/ Director Search Review
      Hiring process is still continuing: There have been two interviews; two more are scheduled next Tues. There was a consensus of the Board to take the Hiring Committee's recommendation on the hiring of the new director.
      M/S/C — Motion to authorize management team as appointed by executive director before he stepped down to act as director of school until such time when director position is filled: Hawkins, second Walker
      Motion passes unanimously
      M/S/C — Motion to offer Mike Munson a contract for $49,500 plus benefits ($3,800.00) beginning August 15, 2005 prorated until June 30, 2006: Walker, second Hawkins
      Motion passed unanimously
  2. Gym Space for Extra-Curricular Activities
    Boys/ Girls Club Gym Space: discussion
    Extra-curricular activities in general: discussion
    Discussion moved to September 13, 2005 meeting

III. NEW BUSINESS

  1. Technology Plan
    M/S/C — Motion to approve Tech plan for 2005-2008 and appendices A-H: Peterson, second Hawkins
    Motion passes unanimously

IV. ADJOURNMENT

M/S/C — Motion to adjourn: 8:27 P.M.: McKeon, second Corning
Motion passes unanimously

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