Texas City Independent School District




Скачать 134.62 Kb.
НазваниеTexas City Independent School District
Дата02.10.2012
Размер134.62 Kb.
ТипДокументы
Minutes of Board Recognition


The Board of Trustees

Texas City Independent School District


Members Present: Hal Biery, Board President

Pam Apffel

Tom Prouty

Bryan Thompson

Manuel Guajardo, Board Vice President

Melba Anderson


Absent: David Moss


Also Present Susan Myers, Assistant Superintendent for Elementary Education

Diane Martin, Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Education

Liz Payne, Assistant Superintendent for Business and Operations

Terri Watkins, Assistant Superintendent for Support Services

Adriana Lyle, Superintendent/Board Secretary

Marcus Higgs, Director of Human Resources

Melissa Tortorici, Director of Communications

Steve Shields, Director of Technology

Cynthia Peltier, Director of Special Education

Terri Burchfield, Director of Special Programs

Jack Haralson, Director of Facilities

Joe Figarelli, Director of Performing & Visual Arts

William Roblyer, Director of Nutrition

Leland Surovik, Director of Athletics


Also Present (See Attached)


A Board Recognition of the Board of Trustees of Texas City Independent School District was held Tuesday, May 22, 2012, beginning at 6:30 PM in the Texas City High School 1431 9th Avenue North.




1.

Call to Order

A meeting was called to order at 6:30 P.M. by Mr. Hal Biery President of the Board of Trustees.




2.

First Order of Business




A.

Announcement by the president whether a quorum is present, that the meeting has been duly called and notice of the meeting has been posted for the time and manner required by law.




3.

Pledge & Invocation

Tate Burchfield led the pledge to the U.S. Flag. Diego is a first grade student at Kohfeldt Elementary.

Liberty Hall led the pledge to the Texas Flag. Isabella is a fourth grade student at Heights Elementary





4.

Board Recognition


The Board of Trustees recognizes the following:


Texas City Independent School District

Board Recognition Ceremony & Reception

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

6:30 p.m.

Texas City High School Auditorium


HUSSC Gold Award of Distinction

The Healthier US School Challenge (HUSSC) is a voluntary certification initiative established in 2004 to recognize those schools participating in the National School Lunch Program that have created healthier school environments through promotion of nutrition and physical activity. In Texas there are 1,400 school districts. Of those, 42 school districts received awards ranging from Bronze, Silver, Gold and Gold Award of Distinction. Out of 42 school districts, 499 schools received these awards with only 19 (4%) that received the Gold Award of Distinction. Out of those 19, four (21%) were from Texas City ISD for the 2010-2011 school year. Texas City ISD received the HUSSC Award for all four elementary schools – Heights Elementary, Kohfeldt Elementary, Northside Elementary and Roosevelt-Wilson Elementary.

Each school received the highest award possible - the Gold Award of Distinction. Nutrition


JOANNE LLOYD - Nutrition Supervisor

AYNUR HODGE - Roosevelt-Wilson Elementary

TERESA LARA - Heights Elementary

MELISSA MARCUM - Northside Elementary

CATHY MIRANDA - Kohfeldt Elementary


Gold Ribbon Awards

Six cafeterias in Texas City ISD received a Gold Ribbon from the Galveston County Health

District for exemplary food operation of a food service establishment last month. Gene Roblyer is the Director of Nutrition Services and JoAnne Lloyd is the Child Nutrition Supervisor.


BARBARA BLAIR - Blocker Middle School

MARIA GAMBLE - Levi Fry Intermediate

AYNUR HODGE - Roosevelt-Wilson Elementary

TERESA LARA - Heights Elementary

MELISSA MARCUM - Northside Elementary

CATHY MIRANDA - Kohfeldt Elementary


Duck Derby Poster Contest Winner

The Foundation for the Future recently held a Poster Contest for the upcoming Duck Derby. Levi Fry student Dillon Bullock was the winner.

Lola Rios is his art teacher.


DILLON BULLOCK


Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction

Texas City High School science teacher Laura Clark was selected as a Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction by The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS).

Distinction award recognizes teacher role models who have made a lasting difference in their classroom by encouraging students to strive for excellence.

LAURA CLARK


Duke University Talent Identification Program

Duke TIP's 7th Grade Talent Search is the largest program of its kind in the nation.

The 7th Grade Talent Search identifies academically talented seventh graders based on standardized test scores achieved while attending elementary or middle school. Candidates are invited to take the ACT or the SAT college entrance exam as seventh graders, which allow them greater insight into their academic abilities.

Fourteen Blocker students took the SAT. Two students had high enough scores to qualify for the Duke TIP Academy for Summer Studies.

One student also had high enough scores to qualify for State Recognition.


TREVAUZHAE WEBB - Academy for Summer Studies

KELVIN ZHOU - State Recognition & Academy for Summer Studies


Galveston County Fair & Rodeo Cowgirl & Cowboy Contests

The Galveston County Fair & Rodeo annually has Lil’ Miss Cowgirl & Lil’ Mister Cowboy and Tiny Miss Cowgirl and Tiny Mister Cowboy contests. Two Roosevelt-Wilson students and one Pre-K students won titles at the 2012 contests.


Barney Glen Kelley - Tiny Mister Cowboy

Marrizza Kelley - Lil’ Miss Cowgirl

Kayden Quebe - Most Talented Lil’ Miss Cowgirl

CERTIFICATE


Punt, Pass & Kick Finalists

Students in Texas City ISD annually compete in the local NFL Punt, Pass & Kick competition. Two Northside students excelled at both the local and regional competitions to allow them to advance to the Houston Texans Team Championships. Brooklyn Spencer won 1st Place in her division at the Texans vs. Browns game. Tavery Ortiz won 4th Place in her division at the same game. This was Tavery’s second year in a row to compete at this level. Both girls were highlighted during the Texans halftime. Their coaches are Aaron Welch and Melissa Morris.


TAVERY ORTIZ

BROOKLYN SPENCER


Jump Rope for Heart Fundraisers

Three students at Heights Elementary and one student at Northside raised the most money at their schools for the annual Jump Rope for Heart. Together, these four students raised more than $900 for the American Heart Association. The physical education team at Heights is made up of Jacob Hon and Sara Riske. The Physical Education team at Northside is Melissa Morris and Aaron Welch


NATALIE ALVAREZ

NATHAN CUNNINGHAM

JISELLE DIXON

DYLAN KIMSEY


TCHS District UIL One-Act Play Honors


The TCHS Theatre Department was named Zone Alternate Advancing Play in the District UIL One Act Competition for their play Is He Dead?

Several students received individual recognition for their roles in the

performance.


AUSTIN ABERNATHY - All-Star Cast

TYLER CONTI - Honorable Mention All-Star Cast

JESSICA HARPER - All-Star Cast

CAILEY MILLER - Honorable Mention All-Star Cast


TCHS Basketball Honors

The Texas City High School Basketball team earned a playoff spot for the first time in several years. Their head coach is Chris Mason.


David Richardson - 1st Team All District; 1st Team All County

Keenan Bell - 2nd Team All District; 2nd Team All County

Murquell Smith - 2nd Team All District

Phillip Jones - Honorable Mention

Armanti Foreman - Honorable Mention


Lady Stings Soccer Playoffs

Congratulations to the Lady Stings Soccer team that advanced to the Regional Quarterfinals this year with a record of 18-6-1. This was the fourth year in a row for the Lady Stings to make the playoffs. Tonight, the team will be represented by the seniors. Their headfoot coach is Steve Allen.


CHELSEY COFFEY

KATIE MCDEARMON

CHANDLER MITCHELL

TORI NORAMBUENA

CANDICE WALTON


TCHS Future Problem Solvers State Bowl

The Texas City High School Future Problem Solvers qualified for the State Bowl which was held in Austin on April 13-15, 2012. Future Problem Solvers stimulates critical and creative thinking skills, encourages students to develop a vision for the future, and prepares students for leadership roles. Their teacher sponsor is Jackie Durio.


CASEN ASKEW, Mentor

JONATHAN ENGLE

DAVID GRACIA

LEO ROMERO

XAVIER SALAZAR

CHRISTOPHER WELCH


TCHS Symphonic Band Division I Ratings

The Texas City High School Symphonic Band competed at UIL Band contest on April 10th. The band received 1st division Superior ratings for their concert and sight-reading performances and earned the prestigious Sweepstakes Award. The Texas City Band has earned Superior ratings for concert performance the last two years but it has been 12 years since the band has earned Superior ratings in both areas. The Sting Band also performed in Orlando, Florida at Downtown Disney. The band was awarded the “Mickey Mouse Magical Performance Trophy” for an outstanding performance. This event marks the first time in 16 years since the band has performed on Disney property. Band directors are Brian Moreno, Barbara Figarelli, Vincent Gumkowski, Matthew Butler, and David Richard.


BROOKE BAKER

ALLIE DEVASIER

LINDSEY PEPPERS

DAKOTA ROBINSON

JOSEPH RODRIGUEZ

CHRISTIAN ROQUE

CHRISTOPHER WELCH


Blocker Symphonic Band Division I Ratings

The Blocker Middle School Band competed at UIL Band contest on April 12th. The band received 1st division Superior ratings for their concert and sight reading performances and earned the prestigious Sweepstakes Award. The Blocker Band has earned Superior ratings for concert performance the last two years but it has been 12 years since the band has earned Superior ratings in both areas. Band directors are: Barbara Figarelli, Brian Moreno, Vincent Gumkowski, Matthew Butler, and David Richard.


THOMAS ARMSTRONG

KENNETH BROWN

AMAYA GONZALES

JENSINE GRANT

EVETTE MEJIA

KEONI MILUTIN

ALYSSA PLASEK

ISIDORO RAMOS

DAKOTA RENKEN

JUDSON SCHAPER

BRENNA SERVANTES


First Tee Tournament

Texas City ISD participated in the First Tee program again this year. Fourth grade students from each of the elementary schools competed at the First Tee National School Program Champions Challenge in Houston. Out of 12 school districts and 327 students, Heights students finished 1st Place on the Blue Course, Northside finished 3rd Place on the Orange Course and Kohfeldt student Alondra Gonzales was the 3rd Place individual winner. The coaches involved with the program are Jacob Hon and Sara Riske from Heights; Jeff Faircloth and Jodi Thompson from Kohfeldt; Melissa Morris and Aaron Welch from Northside; and Polly Mora and Curtis Jackson from Roosevelt-Wilson.


Heights Elementary - 1st Place Team

JISELLE DIXON

ANAYA LONGORIA

BRANDON ROSE


Kohfeldt Elementary

AARON CANTU

ALONDRA GONZALES - 3rd individually


Northside Elementary - 3rd Place Team

GINNY ROTH

RAVEN WISE


Roosevelt-Wilson Elementary

NATHAN BROOKS

ISABELLA DEKELAITA

NEVAEH DIAZ


Blocker Varsity Girls Choir Division 1 Ratings

On March 7, the Blocker Middle School Varsity Girls Choir participated in UIL concert and sight reading contest. The girls received straight Division I ratings for the concert portion of their performance from all three judges. Their director is Kimberly Dillow. Representing the choir tonight are:


EMILY BEREND

VICTORIA HANNA

KAYELIE HARVEY

ATHENA KING

LAUREN MCFATRIDGE

JADE MORENO

RILEY MOSS

MADI RHODES

CHEYANNE TUCKER

AMY WADDING


UIL Academics Meet Winners

This spring, eight Texas City High School students placed in their competitions at the UIL Academics District Meet. The Journalism Team placed 1st by winning five medals and 4 ribbons. Casen Askew, Jonathan Engle and Samantha Burdick each advanced to Regionals. Casen won his competition at Regionals to advance to State.


CORY ALLEN, 5th Place Editorial Writing

CASEN ASKEW, 2nd Place Headline Writing, 1st Place Editorial Writing; 1st in Headline

Writing at Regionals; State competitor

BROOKE BAKER, 5th Place Feature Writing

SAMANTHA BURDICK, 1st Place Feature Writing (Regionals)

JONATHAN ENGLE, 2nd Place Feature Writing, 1st Place Headline Writing (Regionals)

KRISTEN GUNDERMANN, 6th Place News Writing

JUSTIN RAINEY, 6th Place Prose Interpretation

XAVIER SALAZAR, 6th Place Calculator Applications, 5th Place Headline Writing


United Way Gold Community Leadership Award

Texas City ISD received the Gold Community Leadership Award for the Education Division for the contributions from employees during the 2011 campaign from the United Way Galveston County Mainland. TCISD employees donated $16,384 of their own money to the United Way. The campaign chaired by Human Resources Director Melissa Tortorici.


DALIA CHAPA - TCHS

DONNA CLAWSON - HEIGHTS

CHRISTIAN DUNN - BLOCKER

NANCY EVANS, NORTHSIDE

BECKY FULLER - ADMINISTRATION

BRANDY GARCIA - WOODROW WILSON

SARA HUBERTUS - KOHFELDT

HOLLY LAROE - LEVI FRY

CINDER LOPEZ - TRANSPORTATION

POLLY MORA - ROOSEVELT-WILSON

MICHAEL SANCHEZ - BLOCKER

MELISSA TORTORICI - TCISD CHAIR

JOANNE LLOYD - NUTRITION


Texas City Arts Festival Winners

Four TCISD students placed in the Texas City Arts Festival last month, and 13 others received Honorable Mention honors. Their art teachers are Lola Rios at Levi Fry, Ada Martin at Blocker, Desiree Haddock at TCHS and Terrissa Grassi at

TCHS.


Sculpture Winners

Grade 6- Grade 8

1st Place - MARIA MERCADO 3rd Place - Blocker Middle School

Honorable Mention Grades 6-12: LEAH BEAR and JENNIFER TREVINO from Blocker and LILIANA ADAME and SAM HOWARD from TCHS.


Flat Art Winners

Grade 3 - Grade 5

2nd Place - KEELAN WILLIAMS, Levi Fry

3rd Place - HAILEE PIRE Levi Fry

Grade 6 - Grade 8

2nd Place - PATRICK KENNEDY, Blocker

Honorable Mention Grades 3-12: VANESSA BETANCOUR, MADISON CABARUBIO, BRANDON

DROPE, CHRISTINA LOPEZ, DAMMYANA MOSES, MADAYLYNN MOY and BOBBY SERDA from Levi Fry; KLAYTON KLINE and KASSIE RANJEL, TCHS.


High School Track at Regional Track Meet

Texas City High School track team members placed high enough at the District Track Meet to advance to the Region Track Meet. The girl’s team placed 3rd at District and the boy’s team placed 5th at District. Five members of the track team also had some of the best times at Regionals to advance to the State Track Meet in Austin where they placed. Lance Dale is the head boy’s track coach and Denise Callis is the head girl’s track coach.


FRANKLIN BRANCH - 4 x 100 m Relay District 3rd Place; 4 x 200 m Relay District Champion

ARMANTI FOREMAN - 4 x 100 m Relay District 3rd Place; 4 x 200 m Relay District Champion

D’ONTA FOREMAN - 4 x 200 m Relay District Champion

DONALD LYNCH - 4 x 100 m Relay District 3rd Place

MARCUS PINKNEY - 110 m Regional Alternate

DESHAUN RAWLS - 4 x 100 m Relay District 3rd Place

WILL STARK - District & Regional Champion 110 m hurdles; District Champion 300 m hurdles;

5th Place at State in 300 m hurdles and 7th Place in State in 110 m hurdles

ADRIAN WEST - 4 x 200 m Relay District Champion

RACHEL ANDERSON - 1600 m Relay Team

ALICIA CHARLES-HOLLIS - 4 x 1 and 4 x 4 Relay Alternate

LAWREN CRAWFORD - 1600 m Relay Team

ASA GARCIA - Triple Jump; Long Jump; 1600 m Relay Team

KEYANNA MORRIS - 4 x 100 m Relay District Champion & 6th Place at State

AERIAL SMITH - 100 m hurdles District Champion; 2nd Place 300 m hurdles

MELICHA SMITH - 100 m District Champion; 4 x 100 m Relay District Champion & 6th

Place at State

CYMONE TOOLE - 4 x 100 m Relay District Champion and 6th Place at State

BREESHAY WILLIAMS - 1600 m Relay Team

CARMEN WHITE - 100 m 3rd Place; 4 x 100 m Relay District Champion & 6th Place at State


Blocker Middle School Heart of Texas Trip

Blocker Middle School took 20 students on their first Heart of Texas trip this spring. They visited many sites and learned about history.

Sponsors included Melissa Patrick, Michael Sanchez, Amy Taber and assistant principal Thad Spears.


RICHARD CAHANAP

ISAAC CHRISTMAN

REBEKAH CHRISTMAN

BERENICE DAVILA

ALEXANDRA DELEON

MARISSA GARZA

JOEL GRACIA

CRESHON HALL

CHRIS HARMON

JENTRY HERRIN

TORI KIMLING

MARISSA MARTINEZ

ABELARDO MEDINA

MARLENE MONTALVO-TOMASSINI

MIRELISE MONTALVO-TOMASSINI

MARIAH RUIZ

CONNOR SAVOY

RAYVEN TOLER

KOBE WALKER

KELVIN ZHOU

TCHS UIL Solo & Ensemble winners & Sweepstakes Awards

TCHS choir students competed in UIL Solo and Ensemble Contest and UIL Concert and Sight reading Contest this spring. Of the 41 students that competed, 32 students earned Division 1 ratings and 26 of those students competed in Class I solos. They will compete at Texas State Solo and Ensemble Contest at the University of Texas on May 28th. Choir Directors are Janie Ray and Kathy Skinner.

Some students are here tonight to represent their choirs. The students advancing to the State Solo and Ensemble competition include:


COLIN ABERNATHY

CLARE ABRAMS

JACOB ANGEL

MEAGHANN APPLING

TIFFANY BLAIR

AUSTEN BURD

HANNAH CAMBIANO

SHOMARI COTTON

JACOB CRISP

TAYLOR DORATY

THOMAS DOYLE

LUCAS EATON

MELANIE GALVAN

BRENDA GARCIA

SAMANTHA GOBERT

BAILEY IRVIN

DEY’SHREON LYNCH

MADISON MONROE

LINDSEY NOLTE

WILL ROBERTS

KIERRA SAM

ALYSSA SIFUENTES

CHRISTOPHER ST CLAIR

MICHELLE VARGAS

MARISSA VASQUEZ

VICTORIA WEBBER


Blocker Tennis wins at District

Blocker Middle School 7th and 8th Grade tennis boys and girls both won District

Championships for the third year in a row. The girls had 7 gold wins and 3 silver wins. The boys won the District Championship with 7 gold wins, 4 silver wins and 1 bronze win. Students received individual awards for doubles and singles play. Their coaches are John Chvatal and Polly Mora.


7th Grade Girls

ANA RAMIREZ - Gold

MADISON CHITTENDEN - Gold

JORDAN GRACIA - Gold

ALYSSA CASTILLO and SUMMER MILLER - Gold Doubles

VANESSA TORRES and DESTANY SAUCEDA - Silver Doubles


7th Grade Boys

DOMINICK CHALUPA - Gold

ISAIAH SWEED - Silver

JENTRY HERRIN and ROMAN WARNER - Silver Doubles


8th Grade Girls

TRESLYN ORTIZ - Gold

ANALISA RUIZ - Silver

KAYELIE HARVEY and EMILY BEREND - Gold Doubles

ASHLEY HYKEL and STEPHANIE HYKEL - Gold Doubles

TAYLOR CLAUSSEN and KATELYNN DEVASIER - Silver Doubles


8th Grade Boys

GREG GOETSCHIUS - Gold

RILEY FINN - Gold

DANIEL HERNANDEZ - Gold

NORMAN ARTIMORE - Bronze

JULIAN GARCIA and RILEY HARPER - Gold Doubles

PARKER JOHNS and COLTEN HOUSTON - Gold Doubles

DEMARCO BATTLES and SHANE PARLER - Gold Doubles

MASON MANNIE and COLLIN COLE - Silver Doubles

ALEX STILL and DAKOTA RENKEN - Silver Doubles


Fair & Rodeo Winners

The Texas City Future Farmers of America (FFA) had a successful competition at the Galveston County Fair & Rodeo and Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo. These students represent every school in Texas City ISD. In most of these categories, there more than 50 competitors. The FFA sponsors are Nikki Ashcraft and Steven Tatsch.


Breeding Beef - GCF&R

CLARE ABRAMS, 3rd Place

DELISA GARCIA, Breed Champion

KAYLA HAM, 3rd Place

GAVIN HARRIS, 3rd Place

SAVANNAH MARTIN, Class Champion

HAIDEN PEREZ, Breed Champion

ZANDER STEVENS, 2nd Place


Commercial Heifers - GCF&R

TRISTAN CHAMBERS, 4th Place

CONNOR CLARK, 3rd Place

RYAN GERHARDT, 7th Place

IMERIE KELLEY, Breed Champion

STEPHANIE KELLEY, 6th & 7th Places

ALEXA TAYLOR, Class Champion


Market Steers - GCF&R

TIMOTHY MULL, 6th Place

Market Exotic County Bred Steer - GCF&R

ALISSA TAYLOR, Breed Champion

CRYSTYN WILSON, Class Champion


Market Rabbits - GCF&R

SHANE BAKER, 38th Place

Market Broilers - GCF&R

ALLISON BOYD, 29th Place

KELSEY BOYD, 23rd Place

ALISSA ENGLE, 18th Place

STEPHEN HALL, 41st Place

KARA JALUFKA, 30th Place

ZANDER STEVENS, 34th Place


Market Swine - GCF&R

VICTORIA BARBIN, 4th Place

ALLISON BOYD, 10th Place

KATHERYN SEFCIK, 6th Place

JORGE WOOLEY, 8th Place


Market Sheep - GCF&R

CLARE ABRAMS, 8th Place

VICTORIA BARBIN, 6th Place

KARA CRAIG, 4th Place

ZACHARY GLAZENER, 10th Place

LIBERTY HALL, 3rd Place

BAILEY IRVIN, 5th Place

MEGAN PETTIGREW, 9th Place

PEYTON QUIGLEY, 6th Place


Market Goats - GCF&R

HALEY BULLOCK, 9th Place

CONNOR CLARK, 3rd Place

CHERYL LIEING, 6th Place

JAVONNE POOL, 2nd Place

KELSEY THOMAS, 8th Place


Steer Saddling Champions - GCF&R

DRAKE CHAMBERS

TREY TEMPLE

DAKOTA WHITEHEAD

JORGE WOOLEY


Mutton Bustin’

LEXI ASHCRAFT, 4th Place Overall


Pee Wee Pig Showmanship 5-6 Year Division

LEXI ASHCRAFT, 3rd Place

TAVA OBUNGU, 5th Place


Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Results

CLARE ABRAMS, 35th Place Dairy Judging

CHRISTIAN ARMSTRONG, Calf Scramble

Winner

CAITLIN HILL, 6th Place Heifer

STEPHANIE KELLEY, 7th Place Heifer

HAIDEN PEREZ, 7th Place Heifer

KENNEDY PEREZ, 9th Place Market Steer





5.

Closed Meeting




A.

Closed meeting will be held for the purposes authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code Section 551.071 et seq. concerning any and all purposes permitted by the Act, including but not limited to the following sections and purposes: Texas Government Code Sections:
          




B.

551.071 For the purpose of a private consultation with the board's attorney on all subjects or matter authorized by law.




1.

when the governmental body seeks the advice of its attorney about:




a.

pending or contemplated litigation or




b.

a settlement offer; or




2.

on a matter in which the duty of the attorney to the governmental body under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas Clearly conflicts with this chapter




3.

Consider legal advice regarding the purchase and sale agreement for the purchase of land related action items




4.

Consider legal advice regarding personnel issues




C.

551.072 For the purpose of discussing the purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property.




1.

Review purchase and sale agreement for the purchase of land




2.

Review detachment and annexation of territory




D.

551.073 For the purpose of discussing negotiated contracts for prospective gifts or donations.




E.

551.074  For the purpose of considering the appointment, employment, resignation, evaluation,   
reassignment, duties, discipline or dismissal of a public officer or employee




1.

Consider hiring professional and non-professional personnel




2.

Consider renewals, non-renewals and terminations of contracts for professional and non-professional personnel




F.

551.076  For the purpose of considering the deployment, specific occasions for, or implementation of, security personnel or devices




G.

551.082  For the purpose of considering discipline of a public school child, or complaint or charge against personnel




H.

551.0821  For the purpose of considering a matter regarding a public school student where personally  
identifiable information about the student will necessarily be revealed by the deliberation




I.

551.083  For the purpose of considering the students, guidelines, terms, or conditions the board will follow, or will instruct its representatives to follow, in consultation with representative of employee groups




J.

551.084  Excluding witness for a hearing




6.

Reconvene from Closed Meeting

A closed meeting was not held at this time.




7.

Consider Action on Items Discussed in Closed Session




A.

Consider Board Approval of Hiring Professional Personnel.




B.

Consider Board Approvals of Renewals, Non-Renewals and Terminations of Contracts for Professional and Non- Contract Personnel.




8.

Future Business




A.

Future Agenda Item




B.

Report by Superintendent and/or Board Member Regarding Previous or Upcoming Activities for Board Members:




1.

May 28            Memorial Day  - Student and Staff Holiday




2.

May 31            Last Day of School - Early Release




3.

June 1            Graduation - 8:00 P.M. Stingaree Stadium




4.

June 5            Special Called Board Meeting




9.

Adjournment






Ms. Melba Anderson, Board member, moved to adjourn the meeting at 7:22 P.M; the motion was seconded by Ms. Pam Apffel, Board member, and the motion carried unanimously.


Approved:


_______________________________ __________________

Hal Biery, President Date

TCISD Board of Trustees


_______________________________ __________________

Adriana Lyle, Secretary Date

TCISD Board of Trustees


Похожие:

Texas City Independent School District iconAps district high school health curriculum framework c ourse Title: P. O. W. E. R. – Philosophy of Wellness that Enriches Relationships District Course Number: 063TF

Texas City Independent School District iconA collaborative effort of the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired And Texas Commission for the Blind Winter 2003 volume 8, No, 1

Texas City Independent School District iconGeologic map of the Boise City 30  X 60  quadrangle, Cimarron and Texas Counties, Oklahoma

Texas City Independent School District iconPublic District School Board Writing Partnership

Texas City Independent School District iconAps district high school science curriculum framework

Texas City Independent School District iconWoodland Hills School District Suggested Summer Reading List

Texas City Independent School District iconTexas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law Library

Texas City Independent School District iconTexas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law Library

Texas City Independent School District iconU. S. Supreme Court school district of abington township V. Schempp, 364 U. S. 298 (1960)

Texas City Independent School District iconYour Week 2 assignment allows you the opportunity to explore the policies and procedures in place in your school and district relating to human resources

Разместите кнопку на своём сайте:
Библиотека


База данных защищена авторским правом ©lib.znate.ru 2014
обратиться к администрации
Библиотека
Главная страница