Recap of September board meeting

The AEA 267 Board of Directors met at 6:00 p.m. on September 3, 2008 at the AEA 267 Conference Center in Cedar Falls for their regular meeting.

During the meeting, the board:

Heard a review of AEA 267 finances for 2007-2008 from Director of Finance, Dennis Scudder.

  • Accepted with regret the retirement of Lois Hoffman, Work Experience/Transition Specialist (Waverly-Shellrock), effective December 31, 2008 and the resignation of Barbara Gransee (Eldora), School Psychologist, effective as soon as a suitable replacement is found. Motioned to hire Cassandra Wheeler, 1.0 FTE Teacher of Multi Disabilities (Gladbrook-Reinbeck MS); Lacey Brakebill, 1.0 FTE Teacher of Early Childhood Sp Ed (Denver Elem.)
  • Heard and approved the Second Reading of Board Policy # 405.10: Adoption Leave
  • Heard and approved the Second Reading of Special Education Policy Revisions; updates of a  variety of AEA 267 Board Policies related to special education
  • Renewed the Partner Contract with Exceptional Persons for the provision of Early Access Services
  • Approved the agreement with Mercy Medical Center-North for Educare Instructional Programs in which AEA 267 provides a special education teacher and an instructional assistant for the Educare classroom on a part-time basis
  • Approved LEA Transportation agreements
  • Approved the agreement with Grant Wood AEA for support of E2T2 projects
  • Accepted a grant from the R. J. McElroy Trust
  • Selected Charlotte Upah as delegate and Daryl Lind as alternate to the IASB Delegate Assembly.
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1 Response to Recap of September board meeting

  1. Harold J Colsch says:

    Congratulations to Lois Hoffman on her retirement from AEA 267. She has been a fabulous work experience/transition specialist! Her steadfast dedication to building positive working relationships between employers, students, and teachers will long be remembered by the students she served and those of us who worked with her.

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