February board recap

The Board met February 9 at 6 p.m. in the Cedar Falls Conference Center for a Public Hearing on the proposed 2011-12 AEA 267 budget. After adjourning the Public Hearing they returned to the regular board meeting agenda.

During the meeting, the board:

  • Heard a presentation by Dr. Anne Sullivan (with assistance from Administrative Cabinet members) on a proposed remote and temporary worksite program pilot.
  • Accepted with regret the retirements of Linda S. Williams, Special Education Principal (Castle Hill & Coordinator of Birth-3) effective May 31, 2011; Diane Eilers, Itinerant Teacher of Hearing Impaired (Marshalltown); Sandy Pippert, Teacher of Behavioral Disorders (Four Oaks, Mason City- Gerard); David Kobes, School Psychologist (Belmond-Klemme Jr/Sr High School); Terry Eygabroad, Consultant for Mathematics (Marshalltown), all effective end of 2010-11 school year.
  • Accepted with regret the resignations of Moria Brown, Teacher of Art (Bremwood School); Dana Drum, Teacher of Behavioral Disorders, (Bremwood); and Sylvia Phommalinh, Teacher of Early Childhood Special Education (Castle Hill).
  • Motioned to hire Susan Doehrmann, Teacher of Multi-Disabilities/SCI (Clarksville Jr/Sr).
  • Approved the 2011-12 AEA 267 Budget.
  • Approved the agreement for Administrative Services of AEA 267’s 403B Plan.
  • Approved the 28E agreement for the Statewide Online Professional Development System.
  • Heard a reading of Amended Board Policies:
  • Minor changes were recommended in their policies: 1.) 101.2 – Comprehensive Equity Policy; 2.) 101.2R1 – Comprehensive Equity Complaint Procedure.
  • Noted the receipt of letters from Clarksville, Tripoli, and Allison-Bristow/Greene  Community School Districts, indicating their desire to discontinue as a member of the Special Education Pool, effective June 30, 2011.
  • Approved SBRC application for 2011-12 prepared by Dennis Scudder.
  • Heard a variety of reports from directors and fellow board members.
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