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Check the WEB EXTRAS on the right for a downloadable version of the April 23, 2008, agenda for the Eagle County Board of Education meeting. BOARD OF EDUCATION AGENDA April 23, 2008 BOARD MEMBERS Mr. Scott Green, President Mrs. Connie Kincaid-Strahan, Vice-President Mr. Brian Nolan, Secretary/Treasurer Mr. Andy Arnold Mr. Jason Benderly Mrs. Carrie Benway Mrs. Jeanne McQueeney John D. Pacheco, Interim Superintendent Page 1 of 2 042308BDAGN P.O. BOX 740 EAGLE, COLORADO 81631 970.328-6321 FAX 970.328.1024 John Pacheco Interim Superintendent N O T I C E OF M E E T I N G Eagle County School District RE 50J BOARD OF EDUCATION At District Office, 757 E. Third Street, Eagle Wednesday April 23, 2008 Regular Session Begins @ 6:00 P.M. Estimated Time: 3.5 hours A. General Functions Call to Order. 04-23-1 Executive Session. (5:00 6:00 P.M.) Negotiations. 04-23-2 Regular Open Session. (6:00 P.M.) B. Public Participation of Board Meeting. (5-minute limit, please) Questions and comments are welcomed at this time. Each person shall normally have five minutes to address the Board on consent or non-agenda items, but the time can be adjusted at the discretion of the Board or the Board President. Persons may speak on any agenda item for 3 minutes at the time of the specific agenda item. The Board is not obligated to respond to items even though the information has been presented by a participant and the Board may also ask for this item to be placed on a future agenda. 04-23-3 Approval of Consent Agenda Items.* (2 min) Action. Items of a routine and non-controversial nature are placed on the Consent Agenda to allow the Board of Education to focus on other items contained in a lengthy agenda. An item may be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered separately by any member of the Board of Education. 04-23-5* Approval of Agenda. 04-23-6* Approval of Minutes. 04-23-12* Personnel List. 04-23-4* Approval of Agenda. (Consent) Action. 04-23-5* Approval of Minutes. (Consent) Action. Minutes from April 9, 2008 BOE Meeting. C. Report of Superintendent. (20 min) D. Board Reports. (15 min) E. Public Interest Items for Discussion. 04-23-6 Performance Pay Committee Report. (15 min) Action. (Jason Glass presenting.) (Attachment 04-23-6) 04-23-7 DAAC Report. (15 min) Action. (John Pacheco presenting.) (Attachment 04-23-7) Page 2 of 2 042308BDAGN 04-23-8 BMHS Substance Abuse Task Force (45 min) Info. (Mike Gass presenting.) (Attachment 04-23-8) F. Business and Operations. 04-23-9 Urban Land Institute Presentation. (30 min) Info. (Phil Onofrio presenting.) (Attachment 04-23-9) 04-23-10 Budget Recommendations. (30 min) Info. (Phil Onofrio presenting.) (Attachment 04-23-10) G. Board Policies and Administrative Regulations. 04-25-11 Appointment of Board Members to the Partnership for Education. (15 min) Info Fiscal Management. (John Pacheco presenting.) (Attachment 04-12-11) H. Employee Relations. 04-23-12* Personnel List. (Consent) Action. (Jason Glass presenting.) (Attachment 04-23-12*) I. General Administration. 04-23-13 New/Old Business. J. Discussion Items. 04-23-14 Feedback and Evaluation of Meeting. (5 min) Info. A. Evaluate Decisions of this BOE Meeting in Terms of Governance Policies. 04-23-15 Input for Next Meeting. (5 min) Info. 04-23-16 Adjournment. UPCOMING BOE MEETINGS: The Work Session scheduled BOE meeting is Monday, May 5, 2008, 12:00 P.M. at District Office in Eagle The Work Session of the next regularly scheduled BOE meeting is Wednesday, May 14, 2008, 3:00 P.M. at District Office in Eagle Minutes April 9, 2008, Meeting Page 1 of 4 P.O. BOX 740 EAGLE, COLORADO 81631 970.328-6321 FAX 970.328.1024 Eagle County School District RE 50J BOARD OF EDUCATION AT DISTRICT OFFICE, 757 E. THIRD STREET, EAGLE Wednesday, April 9, 2008, 3:00 P.M. MINUTES Board Members Present Administration Present Carrie Benway Heather Eberts Scott Green Mike Gass Connie Kincaid-Strahan Phil Onofrio Jeanne McQueeney John Pacheco Brian Nolan Board Members Absent Administration Absent Andy Arnold Jason Benderly A quorum was present, and due notice had been published. (All Attachments listed are available for review at the District Office.) A. General Functions The meeting was called to order at 3:10 p.m. 04-09-2 Work Session. 1. Discussion with County Commissioners. The Board and Arn Menconi, Sara Fischer and Peter Runyon, County Commissioners, met to discuss various issues including the achievement gap, open space and the district land recently purchased and the round about on Miller Ranch Road. The Board and Commissioners discussed meeting quarterly in order to continue to work together. 04-09-1 Executive Session. At 5:04 P.M., Scott Green moved to adjourn into Executive Session pursuant to Section 24-6-402(4)(f) for the purpose discussing teacher negotiations and a personnel issue. John Pacheco, Mike Gass, Phil Onofrio and Jason Glass were invited to attend. Carrie Benway seconded the motion. All members present voted aye on a roll call vote to adjourn into Executive Session. (5-0) (Motion carried.) 04-09-3 Regular Open Session. The meeting was reconvened at 6:07 P.M. The Board participated in the Pledge of Allegiance. B. Public Participation at Board Meeting. There was no public input at this time. 04-09-4 Approval of Consent Agenda Items.* 04-09-5* Approval of Agenda. 04-09-6* Approval of Minutes. 04-09-11* Approval of Monitoring Report for Governance Policy EL-8, Fiscal Management. 04-09-12* Approval of Monitoring Report for Governance Policy EL-17, Student Conduct and Discipline. 04-09-13* Personnel List. Minutes April 9, 2008, Meeting Page 2 of 4 Connie Kincaid-Strahan moved to approve the consent agenda. Brian Nolan seconded the motion. All members present voted aye on a roll call vote. (5-0) (Motion carried.) 04-09-5* Approval of Agenda. This Agenda Item was approved under the Consent Agenda. 04-09-6* Approval of Minutes. This Agenda Item was approved under the Consent Agenda. C. Report of Superintendent John Pacheco recognized the EVHS students and coaches of the Alpine Ski Team, Nordic Ski Team and Wrestling Team. These Academic Team Champions proved they are not only athletically talented, but academically inclined as well, by achieving a 3.4 GPA or higher as a team. Scott Green stated that the Board would not be making a decision on the work of the compensation committee this evening as the Board is in need of additional information regarding the funding for the proposal. Erika Donahue and several other teachers spoke on in support of the work of the compensation committee, raising the pay for teachers and the need for better benefits for staff. John Pacheco introduced John Condie, Dianne Lefly and Jeanette Cornier of the Colorado Department of Education (CDE). Mr. Pacheco stated that the District has been invited by the State to partner with them to work to close the achievement gap. Mr. Pacheco reviewed the PowerPoint presentation that was delivered by the CDE at a recent meeting that outlined the initiative, the vision and next steps. Mr. Condie stated that the District was invited to participate because of the positive things happening in Eagle County. Brian Nolan moved to approve an agreement with CDE for the closing the achievement gap grant. Connie Kincaid-Strahan seconded the motion. All members present voted aye on a roll call vote. (5-0) (Motion carried.) Traci Wodlinger presented the April TIF newsletter to the Board, which will be sent out to teachers on Friday, April 11. She informed the Board that ECS received the remaining $100,000 of the grant and we are ready to move forward with distributing this money to teachers. D. Board Reports. Brian Nolan stated that the Battle Mountain High School building use committee has completed their work and Phil Onofrio is working on a report that will come to be the Board in the next few weeks. Carrie reported that the June Creek Informational Meeting at Singletree Pavilion on April 2 went extremely well. Brooke and Heather did a great job of planning and facilitating the meeting, where parents and community members were provided with accurate information on JCES and an opportunity to meet the staff that will make up the new elementary school. Mrs. Benway also stated that she thought it would be a good idea to have the Board travel as a group to tour the individual schools in order to check up on current conditions and recommend any possible improvements. Scott Green stated that the Board will not be discussing the additional projects this evening but it will be brought back before the Board at a future meeting. Mr. Green stated that solid numbers will be available after May 1 and then it will be possible to move forward. The Board decided to hold a special meeting on May 5 to review the funds available and the projects so that a final decision can be made at the May 14 Board meeting. E. Public Interest Items for Discussion. 04-09-7 Pre-Collegiate Academic Presentation. Robin Santoro and Nancy Gamble provided an update on a course for 8th grade students at Eagle Valley Middle School (EVMS) on planning for the future. The students explore their interests and abilities using Minutes April 9, 2008, Meeting Page 3 of 4 collegeincolorado.org and other college guidebooks, this is an opportunity for students begin to plan their future beyond high school. (Attachment 04-09-7) Madeline Pell and Kimberly Parra, EVMS students provided a look at their finial projects for this class 04-09-8 EVHS Summer Construction Calendar. Mark Strakbein, Cathy Casper, Eric Mandeville and Cliff Zehring of Eagle Valley High School (EVHS) addressed the Board regarding the need for a special construction calendar at EVHS. Mr. Strakbein reviewed the process and the work that the staff has done to develop this calendar. Scott Green moved to approve the EVHS Summer Construction Calendar as presented. Carrie Benway seconded the motion. All members present voted aye on a roll call vote. (5-0) (Motion carried.) 04-09-9 Approval of Superintendents Contract. Scott Green presented the contract for Sandra Smyser. Scott Green moved to approve the Superintendents Contract with Sandra Smyser. Connie Kincaid-Strahan seconded the motion. All members present voted aye on a roll call vote. (5-0) (Motion carried.) F. Business and Operations. 04-09-10 Construction Update. Tim Breckel provided an update on June Creek Elementary School, Battle Mountain High School, Eagle Valley High School remodel, District Office remodel and the Miller Ranch road. G. Board Policies and Administrative Regulations. 04-09-11* Approval of Monitoring Report for Governance Policy EL-8 Fiscal Management. This Agenda Item was approved under the Consent Agenda. 04-09-12* Approval of Monitoring Report for Governance Policy EL-17, Student Conduct and Discipline. This Agenda Item was approved under the Consent Agenda. H. Employee Relations. 04-09-13* Personnel List. This Agenda Item was approved under the Consent Agenda. 04-09-14 Performance Pay Committee Report. Phil Onofrio stated that the payout that is being proposed is adjustable based on the funds that are available. Brian Nolan was concerned over the sustainability of this program and with the need for changes in health insurance that the funds that we have available will be depleted more quickly than is good for the District. The Board was uncomfortable moving forward this approval of this recommendation until they receive information on the sustainability of the program. Scott Green moved to table the approval of the recommendations of the Performance Based Compensation Committee to April 23, 2008. Brian Nolan seconded the motion. All members present voted aye on a roll call vote. (5-0) (Motion carried.) I. General Administration. 04-09-15 New/Old Business. Scott Green asked if there is capacity within the budget to fund a grant writer. The Board and staff discussed this position and staff will bring this back as a proposal within the budget. J. Discussion Items. Minutes April 9, 2008, Meeting Page 4 of 4 04-09-16 Feedback and Evaluation of Meeting. 04-09-17 Input for Next Meeting. There was no additional input. 04-09-18 Adjournment. There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 10:07 p.m. ______________________________ Scott Green, ECSD Board President ______________________________ Brian Nolan, Secretary/Treasurer of the Board of Education ______________________________ Tiffany Myers, Administrative Assistant Attachment 04-23-6 BOARD OF EDUCATION AGENDA ITEM BOARD MEETING OF:` April 23, 2008. SUBJECT: Performance Pay Committee Report. GOVERNANCE POLICY: EL-9. ACTION/INFO: Action TIME NEEDED: 15 min PERTINENT FACTS: 1. Questions/answers from the Board on the long-term modeling of the proposed performance pay system. RECOMMENDATION/ MOTION: Move to approve the recommendations of the Performance Pay Committee as presented. ORIGINATOR: Jason Glass APPROVED: DATE: AGENDA REQUEST Long Term Budgetary Modeling for the Proposed Performance Pay System Phil Onofrio Chief Financial Officer & Jason E. Glass Director of Human Resources April 16, 2008 Introduction A major goal of the Performance-Based Compensation Steering Committee was to reform the Eagle County Schools compensation system into a more simple and competitive system. To create a system that rewarded excellence, improved morale and that could be sustained over time. While not perfect, we believe the proposed system is fair, competitive, and more flexible than both the prior system and the traditional step and level system. We live in an industry which compensates teachers based on experience and longevity with little acknowledgment of performance. A fundamental charge to the committee was to base increases in compensation on performance as well as to compete against districts that reward aging with salary increases. Analyzing the Competitive Systems As we compete against standard step and level, or lock-step, systems we will briefly explain how increases are generally calculated in those systems. First, a standard step and level system increases pay at between 2.0% and 2.5% annually for each year a person is employed as a teacher in the district. This step refers to the difference between (for example) year 3 and year 4 on a typical salary schedule. In addition to this amount, inflation is added annually – usually adding between 2% and 3% on top of the step increase. Finally, the district negotiates with the teachers union for an additional increase, generally between 1% and 3%. Negotiations between the district and the union usually begin with inflation as a base since this is generally not considered an increase (or raise) but just keeps the system up with changes in the economy. The total of these three components can easily exceed 6% – none of which are based on performance. To sum up, in the typical system the step and level increase and the inflation increase are generally expected – only the negotiated increase is identified as a raise. After a district settles with teachers the union, representatives from both sides issue a press release saying they negotiated an increase of 2.2% for all teachers. In reality, an individual teachers salary could increase by over 6% annually. A specific example from an actual step and level system is shown below. For example, a teacher with a BA making $34,948 in their first year moves to $36,420 in the second year. This accounts for the step for this teacher. Next, the whole table is adjusted for a negotiated component (shown here at 2.2%) which brings a second year teacher to $37,221, an increase of $2,273 (or 6.5%) for getting rehired. However this is commonly referred to as a 2.2% raise. The following tables are from actual step and level systems demonstrate these increases with a 2.2% inflation adjustment and result in annual increases of over 6%. Current Year Next Year $ Increases % Increases BA 36Increase Step BA 14 BA 28 1 34,948 35,421 35,997 2 36,420 36,965 37,566 3 37,892 38,509 39,135 4 39,364 40,053 40,704 BA 36 With 2.2% Negotiated 2 37,221 37,778 38,392 3 38,726 39,356 39,996 1 2,273 2,357 2,395 2 2,306 2,391 2,430 3 2,338 2,425 2,464 1 6.50% 6.70% 6.70% 2 6.30% 6.50% 6.50% 3 6.20% 6.30% 6.30% Table 1: Salary Increases in the Typical Step and Level System Increase 1 35,717 36,200 36,789 BA 14 BA 28 Actual $ and % Increases BA 14 BA 28 BA 36 4 40,230 40,934 41,599 In order to remain competitive, we must develop a system that will allow our teacher pay to keep up with other districts with which we compete for teaching talent. However unlike other districts, our pay increases are performance based and are not experience based. School Finance Amendment 23 to the Colorado Constitution guarantees an increase in revenue for school districts at a rate of inflation plus 1%, at least until 2011. While it is fortunate to have this guarantee in the constitution compared to other programs the state must fund, this is not a growth formula and generally the increase school districts get from the state is between 2% and 4% per pupil. Additional dollars come to the district from student growth (increasing enrollment), but this does come at some cost because more students mean more expenses. Staff turnover also helps in cost control, effectively allowing the district to replace higher paid teachers with lower paid teachers but again this comes at the cost of losing better qualified instructors. Over all, this funding mechanism is not considered sufficient to maintain programs and experienced staff over the long term. The solution has been to ask voters for additional funds through override elections or have budget cuts. Typically, a district will spend reserves until fund balance reaches a trigger point and then the district will ask voters for an override. If successful, revenue and fund balance increases, then spending on program and salaries increase over a few years until expenditures exceed revenues. Fund balance decreases until the trigger point is reached and another election is held. If the override election is not passed, then the district must make budget cuts. However, the cycle of seeking overrides cannot continue indefinitely. The School Finance Act of 1994 limits overrides to 20% of total program funding. Several districts have reached this point and can no longer ask for overrides. Even though these districts have more funding than other districts they continually reduce programs to fund salaries. Eagle County Schools currently has 17% of the available 20% funding from voter overrides. The New System We have designed (and believe) the new performance pay system to be better suited to meet the school finance pressures of the future while staying market competitive for teaching talent than either the step and level system or the previous performance pay system. As has been previously presented, it contains a number of variable components that will allow the district to make annual adjustments so that we remain competitive, sustainable and performance based. This new compensation program features an annual bonus based on student performance and salary increases based on market conditions and individual performance. There is no performance bonus in traditional step and level system. The new system has an education component only for obtaining a Masters degree not increases for additional hours of college credit. Both systems have a negotiated component. This allows us to adjust with the economy and market conditions. Both systems have an annual increase. The annual increase in the proposed system is based on evaluation and individual performance. In a step and level system the step increase is guaranteed. Table 2 shows a side by side comparison of the components of the Proposed System and the step and level system. Table 2: Comparing the Proposed Performance System and the “Step and Level” System Proposed Performance System Standard Step and Level System Bonus 0 to 4% None Negotiated Increase 0 to 4% Based on Market, Inflation 0 to 4% Based on Negotiations Salary Increase 0 to 4% Based on Performance 4% Guaranteed Step Increase For the Proposed System, while there is a range in of 0% to 6% possible for salary increases, the average increase is expected to be 4.1% for this year. The Proposed System also features an annual bonus between 0% and 4% based on student achievement, but the expected average amount to be awarded is 2.5%. The traditional step and level system does not have this feature at all. Each of these average payouts can be adjusted annually in consideration of future conditions. Table 3: Comparing Proposed, Previous, and Standard School Compensation Systems Proposed Performance System Previous Performance System Standard Step and Level System Inflation or Market Adjustment Yes No Yes Education Credit Yes No Yes Experience Credit No No Yes Performance Bonus Yes Yes No Annual Increased Performance Based Yes 0% – 4% Yes 1% – 4% No 0% Market Competitive Yes No Yes Estimated Annual Increase 4% – 6% 2% – 4% 4% -6.5% We will next consider three long range scenarios. First, aligning raises with increases in additional revenue, which closely mirrors the track the district has been on for the past several years and has been increasing salaries by approximately 3.2% per year. As Figure 1 displays, while the fund balance as a percentage of expenditures begins to level out, the total value of fund balance will continue to grow each year. We will end up with millions more dollars the taxpayers gave us to educate students in our bank account. We hold that the district already has an excessive fund balance and it is not responsible to continue on a track that would add to this. Also, as the board has directed us to spend down this fund balance at a reasonable pace not to fall below 10% of revenue, this scenario does not meet those requirements. Figure 1: Adjust Salary Increases Where Revenue = or>Expenses 0 5,000,000 10,000,000 15,000,000 20,000,000 25,000,000 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% Fund Balance in $ FB % of Expenditures The second scenario shows the effect of trying to increase salaries by 6% – 7% annually where we are allowing raises and programming to exceed new revenue by a large and significant amount. Figure 2 below should be considered a worst case scenario but one many school districts in fact face. In 2013 Expenditures would exceed Revenue by almost $2,000,000. At that time, an override election or significant budget cuts would be necessary to stabilize fund balance. Even under this scenario fund balance would exceed the board goal for a 10% reserve until 2015. Figure 2: Adjust Salary so Expensitures Exceed Revenues, Compounding $0 $2,000,000 $4,000,000 $6,000,000 $8,000,000 $10,000,000 $12,000,000 $14,000,000 $16,000,000 $18,000,000 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% Fund Balance in $ FB % of Expenditures We argue for an approach which would be a healthy balance between the two scenarios demonstrated above. We believe that the Proposed Performance Pay model we have presented previously puts us on a healthy and sustainable track for the foreseeable future as it increases salaries at a 4% pace but keeps us competitive through performance based bonus opportunities. Figure 3 below demonstrates such a moderate approach that the Proposed System would yield. Figure 3: Moderate Approach, Proposed Performance Pay System – 2,000,000 4,000,000 6,000,000 8,000,000 10,000,000 12,000,000 14,000,000 16,000,000 18,000,000 20,000,000 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% Fund Balance in $ FB % of Expenditures The Proposed System is more adjustable than the step and level system and more competitive than the previous system. The district can control annually the in salary increase, which accounts for 85% of district expenditures. Steps are guaranteed under union contract. We would be in a better place to adjust to the economy and local conditions than traditional systems. The district, however, would not be exempt from the funding issues and restrictions that all Colorado districts face. But since we have a healthy fund balance we are in an excellent position to control and adjust as conditions change. Finally, modeling of the Proposed System shows that using this new system we can spend down the fund balance at a slow and deliberate pace and still be far above the boards directive to maintain a 10% fund balance. Closing In sum, the professional staff have evaluated the Proposed System and modeled several long term budget projections using this system. We continue to hold that this model both a significant improvement over the existing system and over a step and level system. We also hold that this system, with reasonable care taken over future budgeting, is sustainable over the long term for Eagle County Schools. Attachment 04-23-7 BOARD OF EDUCATION AGENDA ITEM BOARD MEETING OF:` April 23, 2008. SUBJECT: DAAC Report. GOVERNANCE POLICY: EL-12. ACTION/INFO: Action TIME NEEDED: 15 min PERTINENT FACTS: 1. The District Advisory Accountability Committee was appointed by the Board in September and began meeting monthly on the first Thursday of each month during the 2007-08 school year. Members of the Committee represented each school accountability committee, teachers, administrators and students in the District. 2. The Committee met with each of the school principal and each program coordinator/director for a report and to answer the questions that are provided for your review. The monthly work plan for the year is attached along with the roster of committee members. Also attached is the statutory requirement that directs the establishment of this committee. 3. As has been the practice every school year, the Committee is appearing before the Board to make its presentation and recommendations as required by State Statute. The Committee will be represented by a smaller committee of members. RECOMMENDATION/ MOTION: Move to approve the monitoring report for Governance Policy EL12, Commitment to Accomplishment and Accountability, DAAC End-of-year report and thank the Committee for their service. ORIGINATOR: John Pacheco APPROVED: DATE: AGENDA REQUEST Eagle County Schools District Advisory Accountability Committee Report and Recommendations April 2008 District Wide Recommendations Due to the fact that this is one of the greatest challenges for all schools, we are recommending, more support for the retention and recruitment of teachers. o Revise pay for performance and salary scale o Revise benefits package: health insurance, housing support, loan forgiveness, child care for staff FTE support for Master and Mentor teachers, as requested by all school principals ECSD Social worker to help with the many social and poverty issues in our schools ECSD Grant writer to help fund innovative programs Facility upgrades Early Childhood and Elementary Recommendations Preschool Increase Early Childhood Education o More classroom space available for program o Further education for preschool staff Elementary Revise standards based report cards to make them meaningful FTE support for high needs kids Full funding for Avon Elementary Schools extended year program Middle and High School Recommendations Middle School Support College in Colorado.org and other College prep programs in all Middle Schools Transition programs for Elementary to Middle and Middle to High School High School Support for BMHSs substance abuse program College and career counselor for EVHS Focus on College preparation starting in 9th grade Special Departments Technology Technology rotation, 3-year cycle Training for teachers to utilize technology when implemented Effective utilization of technology Gifted and Talented GT director position with GT training experience Education for classroom teachers K-12 program Increase FTE allocation Early identification In class support District mandated individual school programs English Language Acquisition Additional personnel for department Staff training and development Paid parent liaisons in high needs schools Special Education Increase staff for SPED department Early identification and intervention, focus on K/1 Staff training and development Continued education for classroom teachers In class support DAAC Work Plan 2007-2008 Revised 10/18/07 Revised 12/6/07 September 13, 2007 Orientation Welcome Overview of DAAC purpose, roles and responsibilities Review and approve revisions to DAAC by-laws Recap of 2006-07 DAAC recommendations and 2007-08 Charge October 11, 2007 2007 CSAP, NWEA and ACT Results and assessment schedule for 2007-08 Heather Eberts & Mike Gass 2007-08 Assessment Schedule Heather Eberts & Mike Gass 2007-08 School SIPs Analysis of Results Heather Eberts & Mike Gass Special Education Update Bonnie Pottorff Technology Plan Update John Kuglin Board of Education Report 2006-07 Follow-up discussion November 1, 2007 High School Principals Presentation and Discussion Review SIP 2007-08 TAP Update Traci Wodlinger, Liz Qualman & Jacque Flyr Recommendation for Expenditures of District Monies for 2008-09 December 6, 2007 Middle School Principals & Principal of New America School Presentation and Discussion ELA Update Jennifer Shank Recommendation for Expenditures of District Monies for 2008-09 Presentation to Board December 12 January 3, 2008 4 Elementary School Principals & ECCA Principal Presentation and Discussion Early Childhood Update Kristen Ramstad ECSD Funding and Budget Process (Phil Onofrio) Recommendation for Expenditures of District Monies for 2008-09 February 7, 2008 4 Elementary School Principals Presentation and Discussion Eagle-G/T Update Recommendation for Expenditures of District Monies for 2008-09 March 6, 2008 Update/report to BOE Begin Work on Charge for 2008-09 Begin work on End-of-the-year report to Board Other items that arise April 3, 2008 Continue Work on Charge for 2008-09 Begin work on End-of-the-year report to Board Successes and Celebrations May 1, 2008 Finalize Charge for 2008-09 Finalize End of the Year Report End of Year Report to BOE at May 14, 2008 business meeting (if DAAC is ready) Successes and Celebrations June 5, 2008 Meeting scheduled only if necessary School DAAC Rep. Term Exp. Phone Address City, State, Zip Email Address Please Sign In AES Susan Moran June 30, 2008 376-4722 PO Box 409 Avon, CO 81620 smoran@vail.net BCES Lisa Ponder June 30, 2009 328-2007 PO Box 1326 Eagle, CO 81631 lponder@gallegoscorp.com BCMS Doreen Somers June 30, 2008 376-0299 PO Box 332 Edwards, CO 81632 dosomers@centurytel.net BMHS Bev Rasmussen June 30, 2008 926-2174 PO Box 1457 Edwards, CO 81632 brasmussen@eagleschools.net ECCA Cari Dietz June 30, 2008 926-3963 PO Box 1543 Edwards, CO 81632 caridietz@aol.com EES Connie Gardner June 30, 2009 845-7422 2121 N Frontage Rd W # 217 Vail, CO 81657 tacklerock@aol.com EVES Lori Hixon June 30, 2009 328-3494 PO Box 3568 Eagle, CO 81631 lori@nwmaestro.com EVMS Julie Stoxen June 30, 2009 328-4362 P.O. Box 3452 Eagle, CO 81631 jmstoxen1957@yahoo.com GCMS Teresa Cirkovic June 30, 2009 524-9558 PO Box 1711 Gypsum, CO 81637 Cirkovic@aol.com GES Karen Nulle June 30, 2009 524-3665 PO Box 839 Edwards, CO 81632 kmn@vail.net GES Mary Stephens June 30, 2009 billstephensjr@earthlink.net MMES Jeff Borel June 30, 2009 926-2396 13 Roundup Edwards, CO 81632 jeffborel@msn.com MMS Holly Woods June 30, 2008 331-1639 PO Box 2995 Avon, CO 81620 holly@safe2speak.com RCHS Lori Cuno June 30, 2008 PO Box 751 Gypsum, CO 81637 lori.cunol@elamconstruction.com RHES Carrie Larson June 30, 2009 524-2166 (h) P.O. Box 4378 Gypsum, CO 81637 carrie.larson@gmail.com RSES Laurie Caradonna June 30, 2008 926-4381 PO Box 1617 Edwards, CO 81632 EVHS Deb Sheehy June 30, 2008 328-5234 PO Box 3235 Eagle, CO 81631 djsheehycpa@centurytel.net EVHS Stu Ashley Rohweder June 30, 2009 524-7832 PO Box 36 Gypsum, CO 81637 ashleyrohweder@yahoo.com EVHS Stu Peter Cirkovic June 30, 2009 524-9558 PO Box 1711 Gypsum, CO 81637 sk8erdude180@aol.com BMHS Stu Briton Bock June 30, 2008 845-7140 PO Box 2511 Vail, CO 81658 BMHS Stu Devon Abbot June 30, 2009 926-3852 PO Box 1499 Edwards, CO 81632 East Teacher Jason Pyle June 30, 2009 688-1737 PO Box 1060 Avon, CO 81620 jason.pyle@eagleschools.net West Teacher Richard Hicks June 30, 2008 949-9083 PO Box 8883 Avon, CO 81620 dhicks@eagleschools.net Comm. Rep June 30, 2009 BOE Carrie Benway November, 2009 926-1654 PO Box 2438 Edwards, CO 81632 carrie.benway@eagleschools.net Elementary Rep. Anne Heckman June 30, 2009 328-8974 P.O.Box 4630 Eagle, CO 81631 aheckman@eagleschools.net Secondary Rep. Robert Cuevas June 30, 2009 328-2969 P.O.Box 1416 Edwards, CO 81632 rcuevas@eagleschools.net Eagle County School District DAAC Membership2007-08Eagle County School District District Advisory Accountability Committee BY LAWS Article I – Name The official name of the organization shall be the Eagle County Schools Advisory Accountability Committee and shall be referred to as the District Advisory Accountability Committee (DAAC). Article II – Purpose Section 1 The Accountability Committee is a legally constituted committee, appointed by the local Board of Education to act in an advisory capacity to assist and support the local school improvement planning process. The Accountability Committee of the Eagle County School District serves in an advisory capacity to the Board of Education on all matters related to the Educational Accountability Act of 1971, the Colorado Department of Educations, August 2002 Rules for the Administration of the Accreditation of School Districts, and related policies of the Board of Education of the Eagle County School District Re-50J (AE, GP-7). The DAAC will operate in ways consistent with the Board of Education direction and intent. Section 2 The purpose of the District Advisory Accountability Committee is to advise the Board relative to the effectiveness, adequacy and efficiency of its educational programs and accountability programs as provided in the Educational Accountability Act and the rules and regulations pertaining thereto. Its role is: 1. To measure the quality of education. 2. To make recommendations to the Board of Education concerning the goals for students achievement at the elementary and secondary levels. 3. To make recommendations to the Board of Education concerning the evaluation of the adequacy and efficiency of the districts educational programs in achieving its stated goals and objectives. 4. To make recommendations to the Board of Education relative to priorities for expenditures of district funds to support the Districts student achievement priorities (CRS 22-7-105). 5. To review the school improvement plans (SIP), which shall include: (a) Adoption of school goals in the SIP and the means to attain them each school year; (b) Capability of goals and plans to improve graduation rates, attendance and educational achievement; (c) Use of school performance profiles; (d) Measurability of goals and progress toward goals including removal of consistent patterns of performance discrepancy between different student groups. 6. Recommend to the Board of Education certain charges which it shall pursue for the upcoming school year, followed by a report in the spring. Article III – Membership Section 1 Members of the District Advisory Accountability Committee shall consist of one representative from each school. The representatives shall consist of: 1 teacher from each end of the valley, 1 principal, and the remaining representatives shall be parents. In addition, a community member and one student from each high school shall sit as members of the board. Teacher representative positions will be filled by teachers serving on school accountability committees. When vacancies occur these positions will be posted. If no parent committee member can be found to represent a school, a staff member may sit on the committee as an interim member until a parent representative is selected by the SAAC. The board of education shall be represented by a rotating membership to act as liaison to and from the board. Section 2 All members shall be appointed by the Board of Education. School representatives shall be nominated and selected by the School Advisory Accountability Committee (SAAC). They shall be a member of his/her school’s SAAC with the responsibility for conveying and reporting information to both groups. Section 3 Membership expectations: (a) Attend all DAAC and subcommittee meetings that are scheduled. If a member must miss a meeting, he/she should contact any officer or the Administrative Resource Person for an excused absence. (Any member having two consecutive absences from regularly scheduled meetings will be contacted by the Co-Chairperson to see if that person wishes to remain on the DAAC). (b) Participate on at least one subcommittee and/or serve as an elected DAAC officer. Each member shall notify the Chairperson of his/her preference for a subcommittee. 1. Maintain communication with the local School Advisory Accountability Committee, including serving as a two-way conduit for information and ideas. Article IV – Term of Office Section 1 Members shall serve a two-year term. The term shall expire in an “odd – even” year pattern as indicated in the schedule below. The term of office shall be from July 1 – June 30. Members shall be appointed a maximum of two (2) terms on the committee, not to include a partial term. Section 2 The School Advisory Accountability Committee shall nominate every other year by June 1 a representative for appointment to the DAAC. Membership shall conform to the following schedule: AES two year term on even years BCES two year term on odd years ECCA two year term on even years EES two year term on odd years EVES two year term on odd years GES two year term on odd years MMES two year term on odd years RHES two year term on odd years RSES two year term on even years BCMS two year term on even years EVMS two year term on odd years GCMS two year term on odd years MMS two year term on even years BMHS two year term on even years EVHS two year term on even years RCHS two year term on even years Principal two year term on odd years E. Teacher two year term on odd years W. Teacher two year term on even years Comm. Rep. two year term on odd years BOE Rep. two year term based on election cycle In the event that a DAAC member finds it necessary to resign, the Chairperson of the DAAC and the SAAC must be notified in writing of this intent. The Chairperson will communicate this action to the Administrative Liaison who will request that the local SAAC nominate a representative for approval by the Board of Education for the duration of that term. Section 3 Members shall be appointed a maximum of two (2) terms on the Committee, not to include a partial term. Article V – Officers Section 1 The Officers of the DAAC shall be the Chairperson, the Co-Chairperson, and the Secretary. They shall be elected at the last regularly scheduled meeting in May of each year and shall serve as officers for one year, with the opportunity for reelection. Section 2 A nominating committee will present a slate of candidates for each office. Further nominations may be accepted from the floor. Those nominated for office should have been members of the DAAC for at least one year and should have one year remaining in their terms. Election will be by secret ballot or by a unanimous verbal vote of all members attending the meeting. Section 3 The newly elected officers term of one year shall commence at the first regular meeting after July 1. No member may serve as an officer of the DAAC for more than two terms. Section 4 In the event of a resignation of any officer, the DAAC will, after notification of the whole committee, at the next regular or special meeting, elect a new officer to the vacant office for the duration of the term. Section 5 The specific duties of the officers shall be as follows: THE CHAIRPERSON: Shall preside over all meetings, be the official representative of the DAAC, have the authority to appoint members to subcommittees as necessary and be responsible for seeing that all business is transacted in a timely way. The chairperson shall be responsible for working directly with the Board of Education and reporting to the Board of Education the actions and recommendations of the Committee. THE CO-CHAIRPERSON: Shall preside as the Chairperson in the event of his/her absence from the meeting, work with the SAAC to ensure representation from all SAAC to the DAAC, collect all School Improvement Plans from the Committees Administrative Resource Person and prepare them for review by the DAAC. He/she shall also maintain a list of the current membership and shall inform the Chairperson when a vacancy exists. SECRETARY: Shall be responsible for recording minutes of all meetings including meetings of the Executive Board, keeping attendance reports, and sending minutes to all Committee members no later than the second Monday after the DAAC meeting. THE ADMINISTRATIVE RESOURCE PERSON(S): Is a non-voting member of the DAAC. Shall assist with facilitating the meeting and providing information and materials to the Committee in a timely way. The resource person(s) shall also assist in the preparation of any reports and documentation compiled by the Committee. Article VI – Subcommittees Section 1 The only standing subcommittee of the DAAC shall be the Executive Board. Section 2 The composition of the Executive Board shall be: The elected officers of the DAAC, the Administrative Resource Person(s), the Board of Education Liaison, and the Subcommittee Chairpersons. Section 3 The Executive Board shall meet as necessary. Section 4 Other ad hoc subcommittees shall be appointed as necessary. Article VII – Meetings Section 1 Regular meetings of the DAAC are held the first Thursday of each month, September through June, unless otherwise posted. The Executive Board will develop a calendar of additional meetings. Section 2 Special meetings may be called by the Chairperson. Subcommittee meetings will be called by the subcommittee Chairperson. Section 3 Consensus, a general feeling of the majority, may guide decisions of the DAAC. Voting may be used when an issue has received a motion and a second. Those in attendance who are appointed members may vote. Draft reports will be reviewed at a regular DAAC meeting, before they are sent to the Board of Education. Dissenting reports will be encouraged when there is a strong disagreement. Section 4 A quorum of at least 40% (7 members ) of the current membership and two officers must be present to conduct DAAC business. Section 5 Board of Education-DAAC work sessions will be scheduled as necessary to permit substantive discussions of DAAC activities, findings and recommendations. Section 6 All meetings will be open to the public. Meeting notices will be advertised and posted in the District Office, one week in advance and will be sent to the local news media. Section 7 Those attending meetings, as guests are to be present only as observers with the following exceptions: (a) The Committee has invited them to share information and/or interact with the Committee. (b) The guests have contacted the committee chair at least one week before the meeting for the purpose of being included on the agenda. 2. The Board of Education requests that they or their representatives be allowed to share information with the committee. Article VIII – Parliamentary Authority The rules contained in the current edition of Roberts Rules of Order, Newly Revised shall govern Committee procedure in all cases not provided by these bylaws. Article IX – Bylaw Changes Section 1 Proposed bylaw changes will be submitted to the Chairperson of the DAAC at least two weeks before a regularly scheduled meeting for circulation to DAAC members. Changes or additions to the bylaws will then be discussed at the next regular meeting. There must be a two-thirds vote of those in attendance to approve changes of bylaws. Section 2 These Bylaws were last revised and approved by the Committee on September 15, 2005. DAAC Principal Questions 2007-08 1. Tell us a little bit about your school 2. What has been your greatest success? 3. What programs have you implemented that have been successful? 4. What are your greatest areas of challenge? 5. What more do you need from ECSD to be successful? 6. What do you need from DAAC? Attachment 04-23-8 BOARD OF EDUCATION AGENDA ITEM BOARD MEETING OF:` April 23, 2008. SUBJECT: BMHS Substance Abuse Task Force. GOVERNANCE POLICY: E-3. ACTION/INFO: Info TIME NEEDED: 45 min PERTINENT FACTS: 1. Attached is a presentation from the BMHS Drug Task Force. This presentation is the work of a year long task force focusing on improving the supports for parents and students. The presentation contains recommendations that are new to education and innovative. All recommendations have been extensively reviewed by ECS Administration and legal counsel. RECOMMENDATION/ MOTION: ORIGINATOR: Mike Gass APPROVED: DATE: AGENDA REQUEST Prepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant Principal Battle Mountain High School Battle Mountain High School TEEN SUBSTANCE ABUSE TEEN SUBSTANCE ABUSE TASK FORCETASK FORCE Presentation April 23, 2008 AgendaAgenda Process, Purpose & Participants Background & Data Overview Proposed Policies & Procedures Student Assistance Program Overview Proposed Drug Testing Protocol Eagle County Parent Network Budget Additional Speakers Conclusion, Next Steps & Q&APrepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant Principal ProcessProcess Who are the Participants How we got here Accountability initiated Community Forum in Nov 2007 Purpose to bring together community experts to address teen substance abuse. Task Force Purpose Eagle County Parent Network Purpose Task Force PurposeTask Force Purpose To research, evaluate, recommend policy and procedure change involving substance abuse prevention strategies in Eagle County Critical Dates April 2008 – Present new policy & procedure proposal to the EC School Board and other schools in Eagle County. May 2008 Board meeting to approve proposal. May 2008 BMHS to disseminate new policy and procedures before the end of school year. June 2008 Hire Student Assistance Coordinator August 2008 -New Policies implemented prior fall 2008-09 sports/activity season. Prepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant Principal BMHSBMHS Substance Abuse Prevention Task ForceSubstance Abuse Prevention Task Force Brian Hester, BMHS Principal Phil Qualman, BMHS Assistant Principal Rich Houghton, BMHS Athletic Director Jeanne Hennessy, BMHS Guidance Counselor Tony Karr, BMHS Coach, Industrial Tech Teacher Kimberly Rowland, BMHS Accountability Chair Lori Brown, BMHS Super Booster President Toni Boush, Minturn Middle School Principal Ellen Eaton, Eagle County Parent Network Greg Schlossinger, Athletic Trainer, Vail Summit Orthopedics Ted Eichholz, BMHS Resource Office, ECO Sherriff’s Office Catherine Tallerico & Richard Lyons, ECSD Legal Counsel Mike Gass, ECSD Director Secondary Education Chris Morton, Community Counselor Sage Nelson, Student Council Sponsor Prepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant Principal Who we are… 697 students from 10 countries. Gender Ethnicity Males 52%Females 48% White 53% Hispanic 45% * Other = 2%Prepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant Principal Since August 2006, 82 students committed substance related offenses Including drugs, alcohol, and tobacco 6 student have been expelled for substance related offenses Substance Abuse SummarySubstance Abuse Summary Prepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant Principal Summary of Drug OffensesSummary of Drug Offenses 51 students earned 62 referrals for drug offenses Since August 2006 53 for Marijuana, 7 for Over the Counter Medications, and 2 for paraphernalia (empty glass pipes). Who got busted: 77% Male and 23% Female 71% White and 29% Hispanic 52% involved in extra-curricular activities (August 2006 to April 2008)Prepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant Principal 18 students earned 20 suspensions for alcohol related offenses since August 2006 66% Male 34% Female 78% Hispanic 22% White 30% involved in extra-curricular activities Summary of Alcohol OffensesSummary of Alcohol Offenses (August 2006 to April 2008) Prepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant Principal 11 Students earned 11 suspensions for tobacco violations 79% Male 21% Female 42% Hispanic 58% White 15% involved in extra-curricular activities Summary of Tobacco OffensesSummary of Tobacco Offenses (August 2006 to April 2008) Prepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant PrincipalPrepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant Principal College Entrance Implications College Entrance Implications The number of college applicants is the highest in history. Colleges are more selective than ever before. This spring BMHS had 2 seniors rejected from CU because of high school suspensions related to drugs/alcohol. Prepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant Principal Current Discipline PolicyCurrent Discipline Policy BMHS discipline offenses only accumulate over a single school year. 1st Offense: 5 days OSS, administrative discretion regarding police charges 2ndOffense: 10 days OSS, mandatory police charges, mandatory counseling 3rdOffense: Expulsion Recommendation Prepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant PrincipalPrepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant Principal Athletic / Activity CodeAthletic / Activity Code Athletic Code violations accumulate over an entire four year high school career. 1st Offense: 20% season suspension 2ndOffense: 50% season suspension, counseling required 3rdOffense: High School Career suspension Prepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant Principal Question:Question: Should BMHS adopt a 2-strike rule, instead of a 3-strike rule, regarding substance abuse offenses? YES = 58% NO = 42% BMHS Parent Survey ResultsBMHS Parent Survey Results Prepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant PrincipalPrepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant Principal Question:Question: Should BMHS require students to consent to random drug tests as a prerequisite to participation in athletics/activities? YES = 79% NO = 21% Prepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant Principal Proposed Polices & ProceduresProposed Polices & Procedures 1st Offense School Related 5 day OSS with incentive to return after 3 days 20% suspension from sport/activity with carry over. 1st Offense Non-School related, Sports and Activities 20% suspension from sport/activity with carry over. Prepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant Principal Proposed Polices & ProceduresProposed Polices & Procedures 2ndOffense School Related Recommendation for expulsion 2ndOffense Non-School related, Sports and Activities One calendar year activities suspension, OR student participant may return to competition after 6 months given a negative test and community service. Proposed Polices & ProceduresProposed Polices & Procedures 3rdOffense Non-School related, Sports and Activities Loss of all participation for high school career. Note: Athletes currently under a third violation, may be reinstated in Fall 2008 with full eligibility according to strict guidelines.Prepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant Principal Prepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant Principal Proposed Drug Testing Proposed Drug Testing Protocol & ProcedureProtocol & Procedure Statement of Drug Testing Purpose Definitions Drug Testing Research & Resources Drug Testing Alternatives Suggested Protocol/Procedure for Initial Testing ProgramPrepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant Principal Drug Testing Purpose Provide for the health & safety of all Students in extracurricular activities. Undermine the effects of peer pressure Provide good reasons to refuse illegal drugs. Encourage students using drugs to participate in drug treatment programs. Definitions Drug Any substance considered illegal by Colorado Statute or controlled by the Food & Drug Administration. Student Extracurricular Participant Student participating in extracurricular programs sponsored by Eagle County Schools.Prepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant Principal Drug Testing Research & Resources Greg Schlossinger Athletic Trainer, Vail Summit Orthopedics Jeanne Hennessy BMHS Counselor & Athlete Ignacio School District Ignacio High School Administrators ECSD Legal Counsel Drug Testing Alternatives Urine, Hair, Blood, Oral Fluids Propose beginning testing with urine Per Greg Schlossinger & Jeanne Hennesy High assurance of reliable results Least expensive Able to test for more drugs in urine Double positive at school and lab will be requiredPrepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant Principal Suggested Protocol/Procedure for Initial Testing Program Male/Female Designated testing guidelines Test results secured in confidential files Released to school on a need to knowbasis NOT to be shared with law enforcement, nor used for imposing discipline, nor used for any academic consequences. Weekly Random Testing -6 male, 6 female Students enrolled in extracurricular activities Positive school test will be confirmed by lab Eagle County Parent NetworkEagle County Parent Network ECPN mission is to promotes positive youth development through Education, Prevention & Support. ECPN collaborates with community organizations, businesses, schools & teens. ECPN supports youth & parents to prevent the use of alcohol, tobacco & other drugsPrepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant Principal Budget 2008 Budget 2008 –20092009 Student Assistance Program $60k Hire Coordinator Drug Testing Program 20k Teacher Training & Workshops 10k . Total $90k Measuring SuccessMeasuring Success Extracurricular Infractions Discipline referrals 10thGrade Michigan study Law Enforcement StatisticsPrepared by Philip Qualman, Assistant Principal Additional SpeakersAdditional Speakers Coaches Athletic Directors Activity Directors Middle School Principals Law Enforcement ConclusionConclusion Final Comments: Mike Gass and Janet DeClark Next Steps Question & AnswersBattle Mountain High School Task Force Proposed Drug Testing Protocol & Procedure Submitted for Approval April 16, 2008 Statement of Purpose: 1) To provide for the health and safety of all Students participating in extracurricular activities 2) To undermine the effects of peer pressure by providing a legitimate reason to refuse illegal substances. 3) To encourage students who use drugs to participate in drug treatment programs. Definition Drug any substance considered illegal by Colorado Statute or which is controlled by the Food and Drug Administration. Student extracurricular participant – Any student participating in extracurricular programs sponsored by the Eagle County Schools. Drug Testing Research & Resources Greg Schlossinger, Athletic trainer with Vail Summit Orthopedics Jeanne Hennessy, BMHS Counselor & Athlete Ignacio School District and Ignacio High School administrators ECSD Legal Counsel Drug Testing Alternatives: Urine, Hair, Blood, Oral Fluids – Greg Schlossinger & Jeanne Hennesy recommended that we begin the drug testing program with urine testing High assurance of reliable results Least expensive: Additionally, Ellen Eaton reported that Dr. Jon Feeney would help BMHS purchase the tests at his cost. Able to test for more drugs Double positive will be the norm Suggested Protocol/Procedure for Initial Testing Program: Male/Female Designated testing with clear guidelines on authorized personnel to administer tests. Same sex monitors will wait outside a closed restroom stall for the student to produce a sample and listen for the normal sounds of urination in order to guard against tampered specimens and to insure an accurate chain of custody. (U.S. Supreme Court in Board of Education of Independent School District No. 92 of Pottawatomie County v. Earls, 536 US 822 (2002)) The test results are to be secured in confidential files separate from a students other education records and released to school personnel only on a need to know basis. Test results are not to be shared with law enforcement and are not to be used for the purpose of imposing school related disciplinary measures (separate from Athletic Handbook infractions) or lead to any academic consequences. Random testing will be done once a week. 6 male and 6 female students enrolled in extracurricular activities, excluding Band & Pro Start, will be randomly selected and tested each week from the extracurricular participant pool for the season of participation. Initiate program with a computer generated random selection process. Generate list from outside school database. i.e.: accounting firm Double blind Positive test (at school site) must be confirmed by second positive test (at lab) Testing kits will be purchased in bulk to minimize expense Student and parents must sign a drug testing authorization form for every extracurricular activity each school year to be eligible to participate. THC (Marijuana) stays in the body a minimum of 30 days, therefore, a student testing positive to a drug test, whether the student used the drug during the activity season or before starting the season, will be considered positive and be suspended from that sport. Reward program for team with a clean season will be implemented. No private/offsite testing/testing will be authorized by BMHS or the District. A student testing positive will be referred to the SAP coordinator and will be subject to consequences as outlined in the BMHS Policies and Procedures related to the Athletic Handbook. Protocol Specifications Procedures for Student Athletes Consent: Each student wishing to participate in any interscholastic athletic program and the students custodial parent or guardian shall consent in writing for every sport, every season, to drug testing pursuant to the districts drug testing program. Written consent shall be in the form attached to this policy as Exhibit A. No student shall be allowed to participate in any interscholastic athletic program without such consent. Student Selection: At the option of the district, all student athletes may be drug tested at any time during the athletic season. Selection for random testing will be by lottery drawing from a pool of all student athletes participating in interscholastic athletic programs in the school at the time of the drawing. The Principal, Athletic Director or his designee(s) shall take all reasonable steps to assure the integrity, confidentiality and random nature of the selection process, including but not necessarily limited to, assuring that the person drawing names has no way of knowingly choosing or failing to choose particular students for the testing, assuring, that the identity of students drawn for testing is not known to those involved in the selection process by at least two adults. A student may also be referred for testing by the athletic department, principal, or a recommendation of a coach if there is a reasonable suspicion to suspect a violation. Sample Collection: Samples may be collected at a mutually convenient time on the same day the student is selected for testing or, if the student is absent on that day, on the day of the students return to school. If a student is unable to produce a sample at any particular time, the student will be allowed to return later that same day to provide the sample. Prescription Meds: Students who are taking prescription medication may provide a copy of the prescription or a doctors verification in a sealed envelope to school personnel at the time a sample is collected. That envelope will be forwarded unopened to the testing lab with the sample, with instructions for the lab to consider the students use of such medication to assure the accuracy of the result. Such information provided by the student will not be disclosed to any school official. Students who refuse to provide verification and test positive will be subject to the actions specified below for positive tests. Scope of Tests: The testing lab will be instructed to test for the following drugs: amphetamines, marijuana, cocaine, opiates, and barbiturates. The Principal, Athletic Director or designee may test for additional illegal drugs, to begin with the subsequent extracurricular season; but in no event shall that determination be made after selection of students for testing. Student Athlete samples will not be screened for the presence of any substances other than an illegal drug or for the existence of any physical condition other than drug intoxication. Limited Access to Results: The testing lab will be authorized to report results only to the Principal, Athletic Director, or to such person as the Principal may designate. Procedures in the Event of a Positive Result: Whenever a Student Athletes test result indicated the presence of illegal drugs (positivetest), the following will occur: 1. The student will be asked to provide another sample as soon as possible. If the student refuses to provide another sample, or unduly delays in providing such sample, the results of the first sample shall be accepted as accurate. 2. The second sample will be submitted to the testing lab for testing; 3. If the second sample tests negative, the student will not be notified and no further action will be taken. If the second test is positive, a custodial parent or legal guardian will be notified and a meeting will be scheduled with the Principal or Athletic Director, the student, and the custodial parent or legal guardian. In addition to imposing the sanctions appropriately tied to extracurricular participation, the student will be referred to the SAP for an initial assessment which could involve additional counseling for the student (see Substance Abuse Policy for non-school related infractions). Suggestions for Next Phase/Longer Term Testing Program: Including voluntary testing for non-extracurricular students: voluntary opt in for random testing. Staff training Battle Mountain High School Task Force Proposed Polices & Procedures Submitted for Approval April 16, 2008 1st Offense School Related 5 day OSS with incentive to return after 3 days with the following: 1) Required parent readmit conference 2) The student must voluntarily submit to an assessment/evaluation. The child or his or her parents will pay for such assessment/evaluation. Only the evaluators recommendations must be shared. 3) The student will voluntarily enter a course of counseling appropriate to the findings of the assessment/evaluation. Confidential information from the evaluation will not be sent to the District. The counselor will send the school regular confidential reports of the progress of counseling. The District is interested in regular attendance and good faith efforts on the part of the student and his/her family. 4) A parent education course Student will not be readmitted without the above. While the counseling need not be completed, a good faith effort to complete the recommended course of counseling must be demonstrated. Classes, sports and extracurricular are included as well. 5) Sports & Activities-20% suspension from sport/activity with carry over. Plus the following as directed by school administration: a) Relevant community service b) Presentation to peers c) Negative result on a drug test administered by the school. d) The student will voluntarily enter a course of counseling appropriate to the findings of the assessment/evaluation. Confidential information from the evaluation will not be sent to the District. The counselor will send the school regular confidential reports of the progress of counseling. The District is interested in regular attendance and good faith efforts on the part of the student and his/her family. 1st Offense Non-school related – Sports and Activities 20% suspension from sport/activity with carry over. 1) Student participant may return to competition upon a negative drug test. 2) Drug testing for remainder of school year. 3) The student will voluntarily enter a course of counseling with parental participation appropriate to the findings of the assessment/evaluation. Confidential information from the evaluation will not be sent to the District. The counselor will send the school regular confidential reports of the progress of counseling. The District is interested in regular attendance and good faith efforts on the part of the student and his/her family. 2nd Offense – School Related Recommendation for expulsion – Non-school related – Sports and Activities One calendar year suspension from activities to the beginning of the next season of participation OR student participant may return to competition after 6 months given a negative test and upon completing community service requirements. 3rd Offense – Non-school related – Sports and Activities Removal from all high school athletic/activity programs for the remainder of his/her high school career. Note: Student-athletes currently under a third violation, may be reinstated for full eligibility beginning in the Fall of 2008, according to the following: 1) Written appeal to Athletic Council. 2) Must have served completed period of suspension from a previous sport 3) Signed agreement to submit to random drug testing 4) Approval of BMHS administration. 5) A negative result on a drug test. Attachment 04-23-9 BOARD OF EDUCATION AGENDA ITEM BOARD MEETING OF:` April 23, 2008. SUBJECT: Urban Land Institute Presentation. GOVERNANCE POLICY: EL-9. ACTION/INFO: Info TIME NEEDED: 30 min PERTINENT FACTS: 1. John Nichols from Eagle-Vail Metro District will present a request for funding for a study by the Urban Land Institute pertaining to the land at the Old Battle Mountain site. RECOMMENDATION/ MOTION: ORIGINATOR: Phil Onofrio APPROVED: DATE: AGENDA REQUEST Attachment 04-23-10 BOARD OF EDUCATION AGENDA ITEM BOARD MEETING OF:` April 23, 2008. SUBJECT: Budget Recommendations. GOVERNANCE POLICY: EL-8. ACTION/INFO: Info TIME NEEDED: 30 min PERTINENT FACTS: 1. We are presenting preliminary budgets for the General Fund, Bond Fund, Building Fund and Capital Reserve Fund. The General Fund shows expenditures exceeding revenues by $664,846. Capital Reserve also shows a use of reserves of $2,898,000. The ending fund balance in these two funds is $15,830,515 in the General Fund and $3,526,524 in Capital Reserve. RECOMMENDATION/ MOTION: ORIGINATOR: Phil Onofrio APPROVED: DATE: AGENDA REQUEST 2006-07 2007-08 2007-08 2008-09 Actual Revised Budget Estimated Budget Revenue: Property taxes 32,805,347$ 35,176,776$ 42,626,843$ 43,174,325$ Specific ownership taxes 2,802,578 2,670,000 2,972,535 3,018,582 State and federal revenue 7,878,012 9,352,161 1,765,340 2,924,815 Interest income 846,965 649,293 858,019 846,965 Other local revenue 1,922,240 1,228,756 2,237,976 1,997,537 Total revenue 46,255,142 49,076,986 50,460,713 51,962,224 Expenditures: Salaries 28,326,777 32,560,186 31,493,379 33,596,097 Benefits 5,858,326 7,063,152 6,418,695 7,112,201 Purchased services 2,927,436 3,422,900 3,404,669 645,030 Supplies 3,246,892 3,726,257 3,217,464 6,557,986 Debt service Capital outlay Depreciation/amortization Transfers 4,308,136 2,209,942 4,715,756 4,715,756 Total expenditures 44,667,567 48,982,437 49,249,962 52,627,070 Net income (loss) 1,587,575 94,549 1,210,751 (664,846) Beginning Fund Balance 14,242,938 15,830,513 15,830,513 15,830,515 Use of Reserves Ending Fund Balance 15,830,513$ 15,925,062$ 17,041,264$ 15,165,669$ Appropriation 67,792,739$ EAGLE COUNTY SCHOOLS Eagle, Colorado Budget Year 2008-2009 General FundEAGLE COUNTY SCHOOLS Eagle, Colorado BOND REDEMPTION FUND 2006-07 2007-08 2007-08 2008-09 Actual Revised Budget Estimated Budget Beginning Fund Balance $5,680,629 11,065,708$ 11,049,384$ 10,599,253$ Revenue: Property taxes 14,856,303 15,500,000 14,971,295 15,000,000 Total Revenue 14,856,303 15,500,000 14,971,295 15,000,000 Funds Available 20,536,932$ 26,565,708$ 26,020,679$ 25,599,253$ Expenditures: Principal 4,140,000$ 6,465,000$ 6,465,000$ 6,150,000$ Interest 5,346,655 8,954,426 8,954,426 8,684,794 Paying agent fees 893 2,000 2,000 2,000 Total Expenditures 9,487,548 15,421,426 15,421,426 14,836,794 Appropriated Reserve (EFB) 11,049,384 11,144,282 10,599,253 10,762,459 Appropriation 26,565,708$ 26,020,679$ 25,599,253$ Mill Levy 7.090 5.710 5.123 5.008 Assessed Valuation $2,125,308,501 $2,715,302,586 $2,922,368,820 $2,995,428,041 121EAGLE COUNTY SCHOOLS Eagle, Colorado BUILDING FUND 2006-07 2007-08 Project 2007-08 2008-09 Actual Budget Budget Estimated Budget Beginning Fund Balance -$ 120,000,000$ -$ 126,593,616$ 98,745,224$ Revenue: Bond proceeds 127,422,126 – 128,370,000 – – Bond premium 9,484,872 – 9,484,872 – – Interest 3,147,832 3,500,000 7,401,667 3,000,000 1,254,776 Total Revenue 140,054,830 3,500,000 145,256,539 3,000,000 1,254,776 Funds Available 140,054,830$ 123,500,000$ 145,256,539$ 129,593,616$ 100,000,000$ Expenditures: New Battle Mountain High School 1,037,359 28,160,000 64,600,000 8,000,000 53,100,000 Renovate Eagle Valley High School 254,410 9,700,000 25,200,000 862,555 17,837,445 New Red Canyon High School East 152,548 700,000 2,952,559 2,000,000 952,559 June Creek Elementary 1,326,335 15,000,000 20,173,000 12,000,000 6,173,000 Miller Ranch Road Improvements – – 2,000,000 200,000 1,800,000 Battle Mountain High Renovation – – 3,000,000 – 3,000,000 Facility repair projects 226,109 7,900,000 8,881,665 6,000,000 881,665 Technology 2,464,163 2,040,000 4,400,000 1,785,837 150,000 Land 7,000,290 – 7,000,290 – – Bond issuance costs 1,000,000 – 1,000,000 – – Total Expenditures 13,461,214 63,500,000 139,207,514 30,848,392 83,894,669 Appropriated Reserve 126,593,616 60,000,000 6,049,025 98,745,224 16,105,331 Appropriation 140,054,830$ 123,500,000$ 145,256,539$ 129,593,616$ 100,000,000$ Staff: Construction Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 121EAGLE COUNTY SCHOOLS Eagle, Colorado CAPITAL RESERVE FUND 2006-07 2007-08 2007-08 2008-09 Actual Budget Estimated Budget Beginning Fund Balance 2,530,360$ 3,963,120$ 3,963,120$ 2,357,360$ Revenue: Property tax allocation 3,937,892 1,303,386 1,421,924 1,567,164 General fund transfer – Other local income 137,813 – 2,500,000 Total Revenue 4,075,705 1,303,386 1,421,924 4,067,164 Funds Available 6,606,065$ 5,266,506$ 5,385,044$ 6,424,524$ Expenditures: Facility improvements 1,158,093$ -$ 330,978$ 500,000$ Charter school facility projects 76,702 200,000 19,618 80,000 Buses 443,040 300,000 299,610 558,000 Activity buses – – 126,580 – Cars, truck and suburbans 165,661 80,000 81,275 130,000 District Office 1,800,000 700,000 Instructional computers 669,049 – 369,623 730,000 Americans with Disabilities 130,400 – 200,000 Total Expenditures 2,642,945 580,000 3,027,684 2,898,000 Reserve 3,963,120 4,686,506 2,357,360 3,526,524 Appropriation 5,300,881$ 5,266,506$ 5,385,044$ 6,424,524$ Other Local Income is an equal offset of the cost the new distrist office from the proposed sale of land in Gypsum. 121Attachment 04-23-11 BOARD OF EDUCATION AGENDA ITEM BOARD MEETING OF:` April 23, 2008. SUBJECT: Appointment of Board Members to Partnership for Education. GOVERNANCE POLICY: GP-7. ACTION/INFO: Info TIME NEEDED: 15 min PERTINENT FACTS: 1. At the last meeting with the County Commissioners the Partnership for Education was discussed and the Board needs to appoint two members to this committee so that a meeting can be scheduled. RECOMMENDATION/ MOTION: ORIGINATOR: John Pacheco APPROVED: DATE: AGENDA REQUEST NEW HIRES: Name Position School/ Department Type of Allocation Effective Date Bower, Anne Elementary Teacher MMES Budgeted 8/21/2008 Brazelton, Alana 2nd/3rd Grade Teacher RHES Budgeted 8/21/2008 Brown, Bridget Language Arts Teacher MMS Budgeted 8/21/2008 Brown, Scott Language Arts Teacher BMHS Budgeted 8/21/2008 Cochran, Kay Bus Driver Trainee Transportation Budgeted 4/21/2008 Derse, Lisa 1st Grade Teacher RHES Budgeted 8/21/2008 Fink, Zachary 2nd/3rd Grade Teacher RHES Budgeted 8/21/2008 King, Mark Bus Driver Trainee Transportation Budgeted 4/21/2008 Leibig, Katie Kindergarten Teacher (Bilingual) EES Budgeted 8/21/2008 Monahan, Alicia Permanent Substitute Teacher RHES Budgeted 9/2/2008 Prieto, Mariela 1st Grade Teacher (Spanish) EES Budgeted 8/21/2008 Schauble, Ruth Music Teacher RHES Budgeted 8/21/2008 Wick, Kathryn Affective Needs Paraprofessional IV EVMS Budgeted 4/17/2008 ADDITIONAL POSITIONS: Name Position School/ Department Type of Allocation Effective Date Bair, Peggy Long-Term Substitute Teacher (2nd Grade) BCES Budgeted 4/7/2008 Donahue, Erika 0.5 Master Teacher EES Budgeted 8/6/2008 REHIRES: Name Position Effective Date Berens, Hannah Interim Moderate Needs Teacher 8/21/2008 Boyd, Christina Cognitive Needs Paraprofessional IV 4/22/2008 Delles, Emily 0.5 Media Teacher 8/25/2008 TRANSFERS: Name From Effective Date Baskins, Sarah Substitute Teacher – District Wide 8/21/2008 Emmer, Andrea 1st Grade Teacher – BCES 8/25/2008 Erickson, Jennifer Moderate Needs Teacher – RHES 8/4/2008 Gutierrez, Antonia Custodian – EES 4/17/2008 Potts, Heather Preschool Teacher – AES 8/25/2008 Sokup, Shannon ELA Teacher – RHES 8/25/2008 RESIGNATIONS: Name Position Effective Date Boker, Bridgette Cafeteria Manager 4/25/2008 Lindow, Richard Affective Needs Paraprofessional IV 4/18/2008 Cafeteria Manager – EES School/Department P.O. BOX 740 EAGLE, COLORADO 81631 970.328.6321 FAX 970.328.1024 Personnel List April 23, 2008 Attachment 04-23-12* Governance Policy: EL-4(2) School/Department RHESGES JCES To 1st Grade Teacher – JCES Art/Physical Education Teacher – MMS 0.4 Assistant Principal/0.6 Moderate Needs Teacher – RHES Kindergarten Teacher – RHES Kindergarten Teacher – RHES EES EVMSShank, Jennifer Director 7/31/2008 Van Sloun, Rachel Kindergarten Teacher 6/5/2008 TERMINATIONS: Name Position Effective Date N/A RETIREMENTS: Name Position Effective Date Alley, Ronald Lead Custodian 6/27/2008 FMLA LEAVES: Name Position School/Dept. Date From Date To Archibeque, Stephanie 0.5 ELA Teacher BMHS 4/4/2008 6/5/2008 Hychalk, Zuzana ELA Teacher EVMS 4/18/2008 6/5/2008 Mallow, Lloyda Bus Driver Transportation 3/6/2008 4/11/2008 Stephens-Metcalf, Linda 2nd Grade Teacher BCES 3/31/2008 6/5/2008 Williams, Johnna 4th Grade Teacher (Mentor) GES 4/14/2008 5/30/2008 EXTENDED LEAVES OF ABSENCE: Name Position Effective Date N/A DISTRICT VACANCY LIST: Name Professional/Support Position Type of AllocationReplacing Posted Date District Wide Director of English Language Learning (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted J. Shank 4/17/2008 Master Teacher(s) (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted New Allocation 2/26/2008 Mentor Teacher(s) (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted New Allocation 2/26/2008 Special Education Counselor Contract Pending Professional Budgeted K. Hansel 8/29/2006 Substitute Teacher(s) Budgeted Continuous Substitute Bus Driver(s) Budgeted Continuous Substitute Cafeteria Manager(s) Budgeted Continuous Substitute Cook(s) Budgeted Continuous Substitute Custodian(s) Budgeted Continuous Human Resources No Openings Maintenance No Openings Technology No Openings Avon Elementary Preschool Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted H. Potts 4/16/2008 School/Department School/Department RSES School/Department EESEnglish Language LearningKindergarten Teacher – Bilingual Preferred (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted J. Pierluissi 4/9/2008 Kindergarten Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted J. Brock 4/16/2008 5th Grade Teacher – Bilingual Preferred (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted F. Boone 4/9/2008 Mentor Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted F. Boone 4/9/2008 0.5 Title I Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted New Allocation 4/16/2008 Crossing Guard (2.5 hrs/wk) Support Staff Budgeted T. Berns 2/26/2008 Moderate Needs Paraprofessional IV – Bilingual Preferred Support Staff Budgeted New Allocation 4/17/2008 Brush Creek Elementary Preschool Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted J. Barton 3/6/2008 4th Grade Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted L. Ronzio 3/31/2008 ELA Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted L. Pena 3/6/2008 0.8 Science Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted New Allocation 4/9/2008 (3) Cognitive Needs Paraprofessional(s) IV (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted New Allocation 4/9/2008 Eagle Valley Elementary Kindergarten Teacher – Bilingual Preferred (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted C. Botheras 3/6/2008 2nd Grade Teacher – Bilingual Preferred (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted New Allocation 3/6/2008 Guidance Counselor (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted Anticipated 4/9/2008 Edwards Elementary 0.5 Kindergartern Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted New Allocation 4/16/2008 1st Grade Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted R. Smith 3/26/2008 Spanish Reading Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted C. Valderamma 2/26/2008 0.5 Special Education Spanish Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted New Allocation 3/27/2008 Building Paraprofessional IV Support Staff Budgeted New Allocation 3/6/2008 Cognitive Needs Paraprofessional IV Support Staff Budgeted J. Dauphinais 4/9/2008 Gypsum Elementary 1st Grade Teacher – Bilingual Preferred (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted M. Stalnaker 4/16/20082nd Grade Teacher – Bilingual Preferred (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted B. Wurtsmith-Lubbers 4/16/2008 4th Grade Teacher – Math/Science Preferred (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted New Allocation 4/16/2008 5th Grade Teacher – Mentor Preferred (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted R. Valdez 2/26/2008 5th Grade Teacher – Mentor Preferred (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted New Allocation 2/26/2008 0.5 ELA Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted R. Cuevas 3/6/2008 ELA Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted New Allocation 4/16/2008 Media Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted L. Birk 2/26/2008 June Creek Elementary 0.5 4th Grade Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted New Allocation 4/9/2008 Permanent Substitute Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted New Allocation 4/9/2008 0.6 Building Paraprofessional IV Support Staff Budgeted New Allocation 3/6/2008 Cafeteria Manager Support Staff Budgeted New Allocation 4/10/2008 Cook Support Staff Budgeted New Allocation 4/10/2008 0.5 Custodian Support Staff Budgeted New Allocation 3/6/2008 Lead Custodian Support Staff Budgeted New Allocation 3/6/2008 Meadow Mountain Elementary 4th Grade Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted Anticipated 2/13/2008 5th Grade Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted Anticipated 2/13/2008 Master Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted L. Miller 2/19/2008 Moderate Needs Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted Anticipated 4/9/2008 0.4 Physical Education Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted G. Thorpe 2/19/2008 Red Hill Elementary 1st Grade Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted P. Retrum 3/27/2008 Art Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted Anticipated 4/9/2008 ELA Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted K. Cook 2/26/2008 Master Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted M. Molloy 3/12/2008 Building Paraprofessional III (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted New Allocation 2/26/2008 Red Sandstone ElementaryKindergarten Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted N. Allen 3/26/2008 Master Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted H. McQueeney 4/2/2008 Berry Creek Middle 6th Grade Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted K. Gronberg 4/7/2008 Language Arts Teacher (7th Grade) (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted K. Texler 3/26/2008 Master Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted K. Gardner 4/10/2008 Eagle Valley Middle 0.5 Assistant Principal/0.5 Master Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted New Allocation/B. Romersheuser 4/16/2008 Language Arts Teacher (8th Grade) (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted G. Coffey 4/10/2008 Science Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted M. Hinrichs 4/10/2008 Spanish Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted New Allocation 4/16/2008 Cafeteria Manager Support Staff Budgeted Anticipated 4/10/2008 Office Manager Support Staff Budgeted D. Valdez 3/26/2008 Gypsum Creek Middle Mathematics Teacher (7th Grade) (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted T. Baker 4/9/2008 Science Teacher (6th Grade) (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted D. Birk 3/12/2008 Moderate Needs Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted D. Long 4/16/2008 Minturn Middle Mathematics Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted J. McKay 4/9/2008 0.5 Permanent Substitute Teacher Professional Budgeted New Allocation 12/12/2007 0.5 Building Paraprofessional IV/0.5 Moderate Needs Paraprofessional IV Support Staff Budgeted S. Richards 2/26/2008 Battle Mountain High Cognitive Needs Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted S. Clauss 4/9/2008 0.5 Foreign Language Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted E. Landgraff 4/9/2008 Science Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted R. Parish 3/26/2008 Vail Ski & Snowboard Academy Mathematics Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted New Allocation 4/9/2008Vail Ski & Snowboard Academy 0.5 Spanish Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted E. Landgraf 4/9/2008 Head Cross Country Coach (For 2008-09 SY) Support Staff Budgeted Coaching Allocation 3/27/2008 Head Football Coach (For 2008-09 SY) Support Staff Budgeted Coaching Allocation 4/9/2008 Head Boys Track & Field Coach (For 2008-09 SY) Support Staff Budgeted Coaching Allocation 3/27/2008 Head Nordic Ski Coach (For 2008-09 SY) Support Staff Budgeted Coaching Allocation 2/7/2008 Assistant Nordic Ski Coach (For 2008-09 SY) Support Staff Budgeted Coaching Allocation 2/7/2008 Eagle Valley High Art Teacher Contract Pending Professional Budgeted S. March 6/27/2007 Auto Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted Anticipated 4/9/2008 Consumer & Family Studies Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted Anticipated 4/9/2008 Mathematics Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted M. McCann 4/9/2008 Red Canyon High No Openings Eagle County Charter Academy Assistant Principal (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted B. O’Riley 3/27/2008 Interim 2nd Grade Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted T. Willis 3/27/2008 4th Grade Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted T. Plain 3/27/2008 5th/6th Grade Science Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted D. Kipp 3/27/2008 7th/8th Grade Science Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted J. Squires 11/30/2007 Special Education Teacher (For 2008-09 SY) Professional Budgeted L. Butzko 3/27/2008 Head Start/CPP 0.5 Office Manager Support Staff Budgeted E. Schlegel 12/18/2006


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