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School The Sundance Times Page 8 Thursday, March 28, 2013 Crook County School District #1 Board of Trustees CALL TO ORDER - The reg- ular meeting of the Board of Trustees of Crook County School District No. One was held in Moorcroft, WY, Mon- day, March 18, 2013, at the hour of 6 p.m. at the Moorcroft Secondary School. ROLL CALL - The meeting was opened with the follow- ing present - Chairman Tracy Jones; Trustees Dena Mills, Thayne Gray, Ken Rathbun, Wayne Jordan, Bud William- son, Keith Haiar, and Josie Pearson. Trustee absent - Steve Blakeman. Administra- tors present - Jeffrey Carrier, Interim Superintendent; Tere- sa Brown, Director of Curricu- lum; Sandra Neiman, Direc- tor of Special Education; Beth Lougee, Hulett School Princi- pal; Linda Wolfskill, Moorcroft Elementary Principal; Dale Petersen, Moorcroft Elemen- tary Associate Principal; Jeff Rieckman, Moorcroft Second- ary Principal; Brian Hartwig, Sundance Elementary Prin- cipal; Mark Broderson, Sun- dance Secondary Principal; and Dave Lougee, Bear Lodge High School Principal. No ad- ministrator absent. APPROVAL OF MINUTES - Motion was made by Trustee Gray and seconded by Trustee Pearson to approve the min- utes of the last regular meet- ing. Motion carried. ADOPTION OF AGENDA - Motion was made by Trustee Mills and seconded by Trust- ee Haiar to adopt the agenda. Motion carried. VISITORS - Melissa Hatling presented a $5000 check, a donation from the Norwex Company, to Moorcroft Ele- mentary's Blessing in a Back- pack program. No other visitors addressed the board. FINANCIAL - Pamela Gar- man, Business Manager, in- formed board members that 271 employees (about 80%) participated in the blood draws last week; gross sala- ries for all employees will be published this month; she will email different cost options to publish activity calendars; and the HRA amendment on the consent agenda is per fed- eral requirements. Motion was made by Trustee Rathbun and seconded by Trustee William- son to approve the financial reports as submitted. Motion carried. CONSTRUCTION - Tom Necklason, Moorcroft Elemen- tary Owner Rep, gave an up- date on the new Moorcroft Elementary School project. He informed board members that the commissioning agent chosen for the project is Engi- neering Economics, Inc from Golden, CO. There is a meet- ing this Friday at 9 a.m: with architects and engineers; the bid letting is planned for late May, with the bid opening to be the end of June. Other projects include design services for the installation of video surveillance systems at the schools and access con- trol for doors; major mainte- nance money will be used for these projects. Also, Tom and several principals will attend Crisis Management trainings in Riverton and Sheridan this weekend. BOCES - Trustee Pearson re- ported one student from Crook County is currently enrolled at BOCES; the contract will be approved later in this meet- ing. Trustee Haiar reported there lum, showed board members the plaque and banner from AdvancED, awarded to Crook County SD# 1 at the NCA Con- ference in Casper, which com- mends the district for its suc- cess in being fully accredited. She also gave board members information about instruc- tional and technology facilita- tors and the type and amounts of stipends received by staff members for additional du- ties. PRINCIPALS - Linda Wolf- skill, Moorcroft Elementary Principal, handed out and is an opening for a community went over demographics and education secretary at Sun- data information with board dance High School. members. SPECIAL PROGRAMS - Tere- Jeff Rieckman, Moorcroft sa Brown, Director of Curricu- Secondary Principal, went over demographics and data Crook County School District No. 1 - April 2013 CCSl shes to r all staff and dors that the use of tobaeco ' is pb on all school prol. E ER N=A N:=HuOL ALLJuNIuR AC! S! REGISTRATION COMMONS 8:00AM 3 4 IjHTLKNEWCOR ,.LL.  7 14 A.TE FA uNVN- Ti' uN A Nu,N STATEFFACON'N. TION JH TR @ UPTON (A)* HS GOLF @ FLKHORN (A} Award Bn:e  dan.e, jV GUL" @ HILLS A) ' ACT TEST CASPER A# WRIGHT CA) FOR ALL.JUNIORS 28 29 ........ ArF W,R uAY NL, ,.., uOL ,,,,- I I OPTIONAL FOR SENIORS, FFA BANQUF, HS GOLF DEI TOWER(A) t0 C :g , r, TAT. E A vNV:N- TION t STA-E'=ACONVEN TION , HS TR NEv'VCAS. TLE(A) 117 18 J jHTR@CUSTER(A),H! 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Mr. Rieckman spoke about the 2013 Job Skills Symposium held last Friday; Govemor Mead was a special guest speaker. He also spoke about the blood draw; the CTE (Career Technical Education) piece added to the Hathaway Curriculum; and informed board members parent/teach- er conferences will be held at the end of this week. SUPERINTENDENT Jeff Carrier, Superintendent, in- formed board members Central office employees and building tech facilita- tors will help employees input health assessment data re- sults from the blood draw on Friday Superintendent applica- tions will be reviewed at the April 8 work session; there- fore it will need to be a special board meeting so board mem- bers can go into executive ses- sion to review applications and develop interview questions Because superintendent ap- plicants will be interviewed the week of April 15-19, the regu- lar board meeting scheduled for April 15 will be Changed to April 22 so a superintendent can be hired; Trustee Rathbun will be out of state but he will be able to vote on a superin- tendent candidate, via confer- ence call, should it be neces- sary He will start asking Super- intendent's Council members if they are able to be on the interview team and attend ev- ery interview; if not, someone else from their building will be asked to join the interview team. He will be in Casper on Thursday to attend a School Facilities Department meeting, where he will give information to the SFD about the property See Board l Page 9 Sundance Sports Schedule :::High School Trock UB:; March 28 at Gilleffe Invite Sundance School Menu C CSD l shes to nd all staff and tors that  use of toba is prohibed on all chool prope BREAK Naonai B,a,d tn{o.ma- ton s;on4pm-m 3 Hottsh0ts spring spore p,G ., Elementary Vocal concert, ;n the p.m, ; ,. , 6th graders u  I e,.. Camp!ex, HST Queen City invite 9:r AM B 7 14 I     V NAT NA I,., WEEK APR.iS-19 ALL TCHERS TBA  V vA NE uENN::S APR22 "NO SCHOOLSTAgF WORKDAY F, A .,ate Co ,v nton @ 6 JH'T Upton Invi:e cro 7pm MS/HS SPRING CONCERIHCC (rming heir fivai SO!Oi [ 'r" . C. "  r, A btate  venion U !Cheyenne test sessions L&I, Fe- s Hs .11th/i2th Grd F, A State nv ti,n @ Choy.no E.:iAEN- TARY PRING uN.ER , HST Race'c :he Ba,i nwte 3 "- " ....... , ,% Natlon 9-COAM 18 19 0020 ",, o F n., J March 7:C Wash o HST uot0n iavite #raw,-gam., Mao,can I State A Symposiu,r, in  State A! Sym:,osium in r ,, I L [] cts I L ! asDer, HbT .ack-lq:s L.-11.asp t, EXPLoRE TEST  '" ' ,,, o.. m.', mar@, =nv, 9, A=,/ times of events are subje00',t to change 1 Breakfast Mar. 28 - Breakfast wrap, whole wheat cinnamon toast, fresh strawberries, milk variety Mar. 29 - No School Today Apr. I - No School Today Apr. 2 - French toast sticks, bacon sliced, fresh strawberries, milk variety Apr. 3 - Breakfast on a stick, applesauce milk variety Lunch Mar. 28 - Soft shell taco, whole grain, shredded lettuce, toma- toes, steamed cam, tasty fresh fruit salad, milk variety Mar. 29 - No School Today Apr. 1 - No School Today Apr. 2 - Hamburger on a whole wheat bun. steamed broccoli, oven fries, watermelon chunks, milk variety Apr. 3- Taco salad, romaine salad, tomatoes, refried beans, fruit combo, whole grain bread stick, milk variety