MINUTES

 

POINTE COUPEE PARISH SCHOOL BOARD

337 Napoleon Street

New Roads, LA 70760

 

REGULAR MEETING

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

 

The Pointe Coupee Parish School Board met in a regular session on Wednesday, April 20, 2011, at 337 Napoleon Street, New Roads, LA.  Mr. Chad Aguillard, President, called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m.    

 

Board members present when the roll was called were: Chad Aguillard, Frank R. Aguillard, Brandon Bergeron, Leslie Grezaffi, Kevin Hotard, and Thomas A. Nelson.

 

Board Member Anita LeJeune was absent.

 

Mr. Brandon Bergeron led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America.

 

Mrs. Karen Holmes-Shaw was requested to offer the invocation.

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Recognition of Teachers of the Year.  Superintendent Linda D'Amico and President Chad Aguillard presented a Certificate of Recognition to the 2011 Pointe Coupee Parish School Board Teachers of the Year and each teacher was provided with a $500.00 purchase order form for classroom supplies for their respective classroom.  The following teachers were recognized as 2011 Teachers of the Year:

 

Shanika Martin, Elementary School Level Teacher of the Year, Valverda Elementary School;

 

Audrea Stuart, Junior High/Middle School Level Teacher of the Year, Livonia High School; and

 

Lucy Boley-Thompson, High School Level Teacher of the Year, Livonia High School. 

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Recognition of Student Kayla Mims. Kayla Mims, a student at Livonia High School, was recognized by the School Board for being selected as an essay contest winner sponsored by Pointe Coupee Electric Membership Corporation and NRG, Louisiana Generating.  Kayla won an all expense-paid trip to the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association's Youth Tour Conference in Washington, D.C..  President Chad Aguillard commended Kayla and mentioned that he, too, had participated in this contest whenever he was a student at Pointe Coupee Central High School and mentioned that he enjoyed the learning opportunity afforded to him when he went on the trip to Washington.  He further stated that he is pleased to know that these companies are still sponsoring this great program.

 

Superintendent D'Amico announced that after the Executive Committee meeting she had received a letter from the Louisiana State Department of Education informing her that a total of 427 schools across Louisiana had achieved Recognized or Exemplary Academic Growth based on their 2010 School Performance Scores.  The letter stated that it was with great pride and appreciation that they congratulate our district and Valverda Elementary for having earned the distinction of Recognized Academic Growth.  Superintendent D'Amico requested that the School Board consider adding an item to tonight's agenda to recognize Valverda for their accomplishment.

 

Added Agenda Item.  On a motion by Mr. James Cline, seconded by Mr. Frank Aguillard, the Board voted unanimously to add an item to the agenda regarding the Presentation of a Flag and Certificate to Valverda Elementary.

 

Presentation of Flag and Certificate to Valverda Elementary's Principal.  Superintendent D'Amico presented Mr. Major Swindler, Principal of Valverda Elementary, with a flag and certificate provided by the Louisiana State Department of Education for having earned the distinction of Recognized Academic Growth for their 2010 School Performance Scores.  
 

Mr. Swindler, along with all staff and teachers were commended for their accomplishment.

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                                                                  Consent Agenda

 

The following items are considered to be routine and are enacted with one motion. 

Mr. Thomas Nelson made a motion, seconded by Mr. Brandon Bergeron, to approve the following consent agenda items.  Unanimously carried.

 

 

                                                             End of Consent Agenda

 

Adoption of a Resolution Supporting the Coalition of Louisiana Public Education.   Superintendent D'Amico stated the Superintendent's organization has been discussing the newly formed Coalition of Louisiana Public Education.  This organization, consisting of representation from LSBA, LASE, LASS, LAE, LFT, LRTA, etc., would allow educational representation at the Legislature regarding basic tenets of education policy with intentions to educate our children by providing adequate and equitable funding.  Superintendent D'Amico read excerpts of the proposed Resolution for consideration of adoption by the School Board.  President Chad Aguillard stated that there must be some reason why this Coalition felt the need to get together.  Mrs. D'Amico mentioned that pooling people, organizations, and resources together provide strength.

 

                                                                    RESOLUTION

                                                                          of the

                                             POINTE COUPEE PARISH SCHOOL BOARD

                                                                             IN

                              SUPPORT OF COALITION FOR LOUISIANA PUBLIC EDUCATION  

 

RESOLUTION

 

WHEREAS, the Coalition for Louisiana Public Education firmly believes that every child in Louisiana deserves the opportunity for an excellent education; and

 

WHEREAS, the Coalition for Louisiana Public Education firmly believes that for Louisiana to invest in its own future, for best results the state must use only proven, effective methods in public education, and must adequately and equitably fund the public school districts to carry out those proven methods; and

 

WHEREAS, the Coalition for Louisiana Public Education firmly believes that every parish school district in Louisiana deserves equitable and adequate funding from the state, to help provide the education opportunities for these children; and

 

WHEREAS, the Coalition for Louisiana Public Education defines equitable and adequate funding for education to exclude the following discriminatory funding practices: all unfunded mandates from the state onto public school districts; any stagnation or decrease to the Minimum Foundation Plan (MFP); the repeated freezing of the growth factor in the MFP year after year;  the state mandate of unproven methods such as Student-based Budgeting; and the state's inequitable provision of the same level of funding for virtual schools as those schools which have actual physical facilities and staff, and thus carry the burden of far greater expenses, such as food service and transportation; and

 

WHEREAS, the Coalition for Louisiana Public Education further believes that educational decision-making and instruction should be child-centered, guided by credentialed professionals whose background, training and experience are in the field of Education and inter-related areas; and further

 

WHEREAS, the Coalition for Louisiana Public Education firmly believes that locally-elected governance provides the best educational decision-making on matters of curriculum and instruction, which best benefit the parents and business community in its particular area; and 

 

WHEREAS, the Coalition for Louisiana Public Education also firmly believes that general governance in education policy-setting and decision-making are best carried out at the local level, by locally-elected school board members, in order to maintain transparency and direct accountability to the taxpayers who elected them; and

 

WHEREAS, the Coalition for Louisiana Public Education firmly believes that true accountability for all education instruction, decisions and policy-setting should extend to the many partners in education decision-making at all levels, based on appropriate methods of evaluation, and based on relevant criteria, from the classroom teacher and other education professionals, to the principal, the superintendent, local and state school board members, the school districts, the state superintendent, the legislature, and the governor; and

 

WHEREAS, the Coalition for Louisiana Public Education firmly believes in working together with other education stakeholders across the state to reach consensus to ensure instruction and funding equity for all districts, in order to propel Louisiana to national pre-eminence in public education; 

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Pointe Coupee Parish School Board does fully support the positions and goals presented here by the Coalition for Louisiana Public Education in its endeavors to enhance public education in the state of Louisiana.

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this Resolution be sent to the Coalition for Louisiana Public Education for their records.

 

RESOLUTION OFFERED BY:      Mr. Thomas Nelson

 

RESOLUTION SECONDED BY:  Mrs. Leslie Grezaffi

 

The vote, in open meeting on the resolution was as follows:

 

YEAS:              Chad Aguillard, Frank Aguillard, Jr., Brandon Bergeron, James Cline, Leslie Ann Grezaffi, Kevin Hotard, and Thomas Nelson
 

NAYS:              None
 

ABSENT:          Anita LeJeune

 

Adopted at the regular meeting of the Pointe Coupee Parish School Board on this 20th day of April, 2011.

                                                                                                                              

Linda D. D'Amico, Superintendent                       Mr. Chad A. Aguillard, President

Pointe Coupee Parish School Board                    Pointe Coupee Parish School Board

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Head Start Supervisor's Monthly Report.  Mrs. Shaw reminded everyone that Federal Monitoring will begin the first week in May. 

 

Mr. James Cline made a motion, seconded by Mr. Kevin Hotard, to accept the Head Start Supervisor's Monthly report as prepared and presented by Mrs. Karen Shaw.  The motion carried.

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Permission Granted to Advertise Bids for Janitorial/Paper Supplies for the 2011-2012 School Year.  Mr. Thomas Nelson made a motion, seconded by Mr. James Cline, to grant permission to advertise bids for janitorial/paper supplies for the 2011-2012 school year.  The motion carried.

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Request Granted to Advertise Bids for School Food Service Department.  On a motion by Mr. Brandon Bergeron, seconded by Mr. Kevin Hotard, the Board approved the request to advertise bids for bread/bread products; milk; equipment; non food items/supplies; dry food/processed food and frozen food for the school food service department.  The motion carried.

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Approval of Summer Feeding at All Public School Sites.   It was stated that if a school has fewer than 80 students for summer remediation, the school will receive satellite lunches or students will have to be transported to another school site because of staffing.  Mr. Bergeron questioned transportation funding.  Superintendent D'Amico stated that general fund dollars are not used; it is federally funded by the 21st Century Community Learning Center (21st CCLC).  She also stated that in past years the Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) grant funded part of the program.  Mr. Frank Aguillard stated that students should be fed at all school sites and that they should not be transported to other school sites.

 

On a motion by Mr. Thomas Nelson, seconded by Mr. Frank Aguillard, the Board voted to approve summer feeding at all public school sites.  The motion carried.

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Monthly Financial Information.  Chief Financial Officer Jared Gibbs presented monthly financial information reflective of March 2011.  Mr. Kevin Hotard reported that monthly sales taxes are down.  It was stated that the next budget revision is planned for May 2011. 

 

Mr. Thomas Nelson made a motion to approve the monthly financial information.  Mr. Kevin Hotard seconded the motion.  Unanimously carried.

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Contract Awarded for Phase IV QSCB-Funded Projects and Discussion/Action Regarding the Proposed Baseball Facility at Livonia High School.  Chief Financial Office Jared Gibbs prepared and provided School Board members with a report as of April 18, 2011, reflecting expenses for projects that have been completed and paid with funding from the Qualified School Construction Bond (QSCB).  The Bond allocated $2,401,000.00 to the Pointe Coupee Parish School Board for construction projects prioritized in several different phases.  Board members were asked to review the bids received and consider awarding contracts on the Phase IV QSCB-funded projects (mini-split a/c units and related supplies; mini split a/c upgrades at Rougon, Rosenwald and Upper Pointe Coupee; renovations and additions to the existing athletic facility located on the campus at Livonia High School), and to also discuss and consider taking action regarding the proposed baseball facility at Livonia High School.  Superintendent D'Amico yielded to David Mougeot, of Mougeot Architecture.  Mr. Mougeot stated that he had received several bids since the last meeting and the following information was provided to the Board: Project: Renovations and Additions to the Existing Livonia High School Athletic Facility resulted in six bidders. Bids were opened on April 14, 2011.  His recommendation was to award the project to Wayne Torres Construction with the low base bid of $138,878.00 and accepting Alternate No. 1 in the amount of $79,468.00 for a total bid of $218,346.00;  Project: PCPSB Miscellaneous classroom air-conditioning upgrade: bids for units and materials were opened on April 5, 2011, and on April 14, 2011 for installation of air-conditioning units and related supplies for Rosenwald, Rougon, and Upper Pointe Coupee Elementary School.  Mr. Mougeot's recommendation was to award the project to Public Construction Inc. (PCI) with the low base bid of $73,950.00.  Mr. Gibbs also noted that the total allocations for Phases I, II, and III, along with miscellaneous change order expenses, miscellaneous flooring and canopies, as well as architectural fees were $1,692,510,03; thus leaving $531,710.05 left to spend, if no change orders are received on projects.  Finance Chairperson Kevin Hotard stated that he is of the opinion that the baseball field should be paid out of the grant money, too.  It was stated that an organization of people formed the Extra  Innings Club and raised money.  Board Member Leslie Grezaffi stated that she feels that the Board needs to find money to match what the club has already received in donations.  Mrs. Grezaffi also stated that QSCB money should be spent on the a/c units, the athletic facility, and if any money is left, use it for the baseball field.  Mr. Mougeot announced that he had requested that the low bidder, Mr. Torres, to attend tonight's meeting. Coach Jason Lemoine, Head Baseball Coach at Livonia High School, was in attendance. Coach Lemoine had made a previous presentation to the Board concerning the condition of the baseball field and the need for restrooms rather than port-a-potties, dressing rooms, lack of storage, dug outs, etc.  The School Board had requested quotes for the project; the quote received was $56,000.00.  Mr. Frank Aguillard stated that although he understands that fund raisers have generated money for the Extra Innings Booster Club to be used for the baseball facility at Livonia High School, Rougon Elementary has leaking toilets on the second floor that need to be fixed.  He further stated that principals were asked to give top priority for projects needed at their school and a/c units were on their priority list; he mentioned that he had promised a/c units and this is what he is going to do.  Superintendent D'Amico reviewed what had been done with the QSCB funding.  Mr. Hotard questioned if money will be available for a gym roof at UPCE?  It was stated that the Louisiana Rural Association (LRA) money expected from the Police Jury will be used to pay for generators, tying down temporary buildings as part of hardening buildings, roofs on gyms, and dressing rooms at UPCE and Rosenwald.

 

Mr. Frank Aguillard made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Leslie Grezaffi to award contracts for Phase IV QSCB-funded projects to Mr. Wayne Torres for renovations and additions to the existing athletic facility located on the campus at Livonia High School, and to award the contract to Wayne Torres Construction with the low base bid of $138,878.00 and accepting Alternate No. 1 in the amount of $79,468.00 for a total bid of $218,346.00; and to award the contract to Public Construction Inc. (PCI) with the low base bid of $73,950.00, for the installation of air-conditioning units and related supplies for Rosenwald, Rougon, and Upper Pointe Coupee Elementary School.   A roll call vote resulted in the following:

 

YEAS:              Chad Aguillard, Frank Aguillard, Jr., Brandon Bergeron, James Cline, Leslie Ann Grezaffi, and Thomas Nelson
 

NAYS:              Kevin Hotard
 

ABSENT:          Anita LeJeune

 

The motion passed by a 6-1 vote.

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Four-Day Summer School/Work Week 2011.  On a motion by Mr. Kevin Hotard, seconded by Mrs. Leslie Grezaffi, the Board unanimously approved a four-day 2011 summer work schedule for Pointe Coupee Parish School Board employees.

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                                                                  PUBLIC NOTICE

 

2011 SUMMER WORK SCHEDULE

FOR

POINTE COUPEE PARISH SCHOOL BOARD EMPLOYEES

 

                                           Closed Memorial Day, Monday, May 30, 2011

 

THE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM WILL BE CLOSED ON MONDAY, MAY 30, 2011

IN OBSERVANCE OF MEMORIAL DAY AND WILL REOPEN ON TUESDAY, MAY 31, 2011

 

 

Monday - Thursday

7:30 a.m. - 4:45 p.m. (2 hr. for lunch)

June 6- June 9, 2011

June 13 - June 16, 2011

June 20-June 23, 2011

June 27-June 30, 2011

*

July 11-July 14, 2011

July 18- July 21, 2011

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CLOSED ON FRIDAYS

 (WITH THE EXCEPTION OF FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 2011 & FRIDAY, JULY 8, 2011)

 All POINTE COUPEE PARISH PUBLIC SCHOOLS

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                                          SCHOOL SYSTEM OFFICES WILL BE CLOSED:

                                                               Friday, June 10, 2011

                                                               Friday, June 17 2011

                                                               Friday, June 24, 2011

                                                                Friday, July 1, 2011

                                                                              *

                                                               Friday, July 15, 2011

                                                               Friday, July 22, 2011

 

*           Since the school system will be closed on Monday, July 4, 2011 (4th of July Holiday), employees will work 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. from Tuesday, July 5 through Friday, July 8, 2011. The abbreviated summer schedule of 7:30 a.m. - 4:45 p.m. will resume on Monday, July 11 through Thursday, July 14, 2011; the summer  schedule will end on Friday, July 22, 2011.  Regular hours of 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. will resume on Monday, July 25, 2011.

 

                                                                                         Publish: May 19, 2011 & June 2, 2011


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Personnel Actions.  Ms. Lisa Huffaker, Supervisor of Personnel, presented Personnel Actions to be considered -Agenda Item #18 (A-F).  Mr. Chad Aguillard stated that he would like to recuse himself from agenda item #18-F. 

 

Mr. Thomas Nelson made a motion to adopt personnel actions 18A-E, seconded by Mr. James Cline; 18-F recusal by Mr. C. Aguillard.  Motion carried.

 

A.  Retirements:
 

Sylvia Cook, bus driver, Catholic School of Pointe Coupee, effective 05.27.11;

Karen Davis, school nurse, Valverda Elementary, effective 05.27.11;

Cathy Harris, certified teacher, central office, effective 05.27.11; and

Linda Jarreau, certified teacher, Rosenwald Elementary, effective 05.05.11.

 

B.  Resignations:
 

Donita Yvette Jack, paraprofessional, Valverda Elementary, effective 10.20.11;

Megan McCrone, librarian, Upper Pointe Coupee Elementary, effective 05.27.11; and

Andrew Stern, certified teacher, Upper Pointe Coupee Elementary, effective 05.27.11

 

C.  Extended Sick Leave:
 

Ashley Chatman, certified teacher, Rosenwald Elementary, effective 03.29.11 (2 day);

Patricia Christopher, SFS technician, Valverda Elementary, effective 04.06.11, 03.2311, 03.30.11;

Cliff Comeaux, certified teacher, Livonia Elementary, effective 03.23.11-03.25.11;

Susan Hoffman, certified teacher, Rougon Elementary, effective 05.02.11-05.27.11;

Martha LaCour, certified teacher, Itinerant, effective 03.28.11;

Donna Mars, clerk, central office, effective 03.30.11 (.62), 03.31.11 (.73), 04.01.11

Creasy Martin, paraprofessional, Livonia High, effective 04.19.11;

Shanika Martin, certified teacher, Valverda Elementary, effective 03.24.11 (2 hrs.), 04.01.11;

Franchesca Seiferth, clerk, central office, effective 04.12.11, 04.19.11;

Pearl Smit,h certified teacher, Upper Pointe Coupee Elementary, effective 03.23.11;

Misty Vosburg, certified teacher, Valverda Elementary, effective 03.31.11 (.44) -005.06.11;

Doris Washington, paraprofessional, Livonia High, effective 03.28.11-04.01.11, 04.13.11-04.15.11,04.19.11; and

Tamala Wilkerson, certified teacher, Rosenwald Elementary, effective 04.04.11

 

D.  Sabbatical Leave (Professional & Cultural Improvement):
 

Benjamin Scherrer, certified teacher, Rosenwald Elementary, effective 1st semester of 2011-2012.

 

E.  Leave Without Pay:
 

Benjamin Scherrer, certified teacher, Rosenwald Elementary, effective 2nd semester of 2011-2012 through 10.31.2012

 

Mr. Chad Aguillard once again stated that he would like to recuse himself from voting for agenda item number 18F.  Mr. Thomas Nelson made a motion, seconded by Mr. Frank Aguillard, to approve agenda item number 18F.  The motion carried.

 

F.  Family and Medical Leave Without Pay:
 

Dawn Cobb, certified master teacher, Rosenwald Elementary, effective 03.18.11-05.02.11.

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Discussion/Action Regarding the Retirement Incentive Pay Survey.  Superintendent D'Amico stated that she had conducted a survey of certificated retiree/rehire employees and certificated employees eligible to retire, as requested by the School Board, and  announced that thirty-four responses were received.  Two (2) employees indicated that they are interested in the Retirement Incentive Pay Option ; Twenty-four (24) employees indicated that they are not interested in the Retirement Incentive Pay Option and that they plan to continue working; Eight (8) employees indicated that they are considering participation in the Retirement Incentive Pay Option, but cannot give a firm answer at this time. Superintendent D'Amico stated that her recommendation would be not to offer the Retirement Incentive Pay Option at this time.  Mr. James Clines stated that he would like Mrs. D'Amico to continue working on this project.  President Chad Aguillard stated that he appreciated the Superintendent's efforts with regard to conducting the survey.

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Adoption of a Resolution Scheduling a Tenure Hearing. 

RESOLUTION OF THE POINTE COUPEE PARISH SCHOOL BOARD CALLING  A TENURE HEARING IN ACCORDANCE WITH L.R.S. 17:493 TO DETERMINE WHETHER OR NOT MS. VIRGINIA LEJEUNE SHOULD BE DISMISSED OR DISCIPLINED AS A BUS OPERATOR IN THE POINTE COUPEE PARISH SCHOOL SYSTEM

 

                                                                    RESOLUTION

 

WHEREAS, L.R.S. 17:493 provides that tenured bus operators may be dismissed or disciplined for one or more of a number of charges including, but not limited to, willful neglect of duty; and

 

WHEREAS, the Superintendent has received information suggesting that Ms. Virginia LeJeune may be guilty of willful neglect of duty and/or incompetency;

 

WHEREAS, the Superintendent has reviewed such information and the employee's response to same and feels that this Board should call a tenure hearing in accordance with the provisions of L.R.S. 17:493 for the purpose of determining whether Ms. LeJeune should be dismissed or otherwise disciplined as a bus operator in this school system; and

 

WHEREAS, the Superintendent has prepared written charges against Ms. LeJeune and has provided School Board members with copies of those charges; and

 

WHEREAS, the School Board has reviewed the written charges brought by the Superintendent against Ms. LeJeune and finds those charges to be of sufficient seriousness to warrant a tenure hearing;

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Pointe Coupee Parish School Board in regular session duly convened that a tenure hearing be called and held in accordance with L.R.S. 17:493 on May 16, 2011 at 5:30 p.m., and continuing at 5:30 p.m. on May 17, 2011, if necessary, to determine the truth or falsity of such allegations against Ms. Virginia LeJeune and to determine whether or not such allegations, if true, warrant her dismissal or discipline as a bus operator for the Pointe Coupee Parish School Board.

 

            BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution signed and certified by the Superintendent of Schools and the President of the Board be forwarded to Ms. LeJeune and that the Superintendent advise her in writing that this Board will hold a tenure hearing on May 16, 2011, at the Pointe Coupee Parish School Board office in New Roads, Louisiana, beginning at 5:30 p.m., and continuing on May 17, 2011 at 5:30 p.m, if necessary, to consider the aforementioned charges and to determine whether or not she should be dismissed from her employment or otherwise disciplined as a tenured bus operator in this school system.  Further, the Superintendent is directed by the Board to inform Ms. LeJeune in writing that the hearing may be public or private at her option and that she may be represented by legal counsel and may present any witnesses or other evidence that she desires on her behalf, all in accordance with L.R.S. 17:493.  The Superintendent is further authorized and directed to advise Ms. LeJeune  in writing at least twenty (20) days in advance of the hearing of the specific reasons for the charges against her and of the names of witnesses who may be called to testify against her at said hearing.


RESOLUTION OFFERED BY:    James Cline

 

RESOLUTION SECONDED BY: Brandon Bergeron

 

The vote, in open meeting on the within resolution was as follows:

 

YEAS:              Chad Aguillard, Frank Aguillard, Jr., Brandon Bergeron, James Cline, Leslie Ann Grezaffi, Kevin Hotard, and Thomas Nelson
 

NAYS:              None
 

ABSENT:          Anita LeJeune

 

The motion passed by a 7-1 vote of the Board.

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Remarks from the Superintendent. Superintendent D'Amico announced that State Assessment (LEAP, iLEAP, and GEE ) testing has been completed.  She thanked the principals and teachers for their hard work and diligent effort in preparing the students for the tests.  Superintendent D'Amico mentioned that the students are to be commended for their effort and perseverance through the testing session and thanked the parents for their support.  Mrs. D'Amico further stated that students and parents are to be praised for the excellent rate of student attendance during testing periods and that she wished that the attendance would continue at this rate throughout the school year. Superintendent D'Amico commended Ms. Lisa Huffaker for training, organizing and monitoring all testing sessions and materials; there were no major concerns or irregularities.  She also thanked Ms. Mary Wells for her help with testing students with special needs. 

 

Superintendent D'Amico announced that the Easter Holidays/Spring Break will begin on Friday, April 22, 2011. The School Board office will be closed from Friday, April 22, 2011 through Tuesday, April 26, 2011.  The office will reopen on Wednesday, April 27, 2011. 

 

Several central office staff and maintenance employees have requested vacation during this time.  She mentioned that she plans to be in the office on Wednesday and Thursday and may take a vacation day on Friday, April 29, 2011.

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Adjournment.  On a motion by Mr. Thomas Nelson, seconded by Mr. Frank Aguillard,  the meeting adjourned at 6:49 p.m.

 

POINTE COUPEE PARISH SCHOOL BOARD

 

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Chad Aguillard, President

 

 

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Linda D. D'Amico, Superintendent

Secretary-Treasurer