October Board recap

The AEA 267 Board of Directors met October 2, 2013 at 6 p.m. at the AEA 267 Clear Lake office for their regular meeting. During the meeting, board members were recognized for their dedicated service to AEA 267 this past year. The board then adjourned the final meeting of the 2012-13 Board of Directors.

Immediately following, the board called to order their first meeting of 2013-14 during which time the board:

  • Elected Charlotte Upah as President and Roberta Kraft-Abrahamson as Vice President and Kerri Wilson administered the oath of office for all members.
  • Appointed Kerri Wilson as board secretary and Dave Nicholson as board treasurer and administered the oath of office to each.
  • Heard a program review from Dave Nicholson, AEA 267’s Director of Finance, regarding a financial update and the final Certified Annual Report.
  • Set meeting dates and times for the 2013-14 board meetings. Meetings will be held the first Wednesday of each month with the exceptions of December 2013, January and August 2014, which will be held the second Wednesday.
  • Approved appointments to the AEA Legislative Committee, the AEA Executive Committee, the AEA Audit Committee, the IEC Committee, and the IAEP Committee.
  • Approved Wells Fargo Bank as the depository bank and established financial limits.
  • Appointed Steve Weidner as legal counsel for 2013-14.
  • Approved reciprocal transportation agreements for the following school districts:
    1. Clear Lake and Forest City
    2. Clear Lake and Ventura
    3. Central Springs and Osage.
  • Approved an agreement with Marshalltown Community Schools for assistance with the Ladders to Learning program for 2013-14.
  • Approved a contract with Waste Management for services at the Clear Lake office.
  • Approved the first reading of the following board policies:
    1. 507.1-Student Wellness
    2. 401.3-Employee Background Checks
  • Approved a contract with Solution Tree for RtI Coaching Academy.
  • Tabled a request to accept bids and approve the purchase of Media vans.
  • Heard a variety of reports from directors and board members.
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