MINUTES

 

POINTE COUPEE PARISH SCHOOL BOARD

337 Napoleon Street

New Roads, LA  70760

 

REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETING

Thursday, April 28, 2016

 

 

The Pointe Coupee Parish School Board met for their regular monthly meeting on Thursday, April 28, 2016, at 337 Napoleon Street in New Roads, Louisiana 70760.  President Anita LeJeune called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m.

 

Mrs. Leslie Grezaffi was requested to offer the invocation.

 

Mr. James Cline led everyone in the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America.

 

Board members present when the roll was called were: Frank Aguillard, Brandon Bergeron, James Cline, Leslie Grezaffi, Bobby Jarreau, Anita LeJeune and Thomas Nelson.

 

Board Member Chad Aguillard arrived at 5:40 p.m.

 

School System Administrative Staff in attendance were: Kevin Lemoine, Superintendent; Lacey Bueche, Director of Accountability/IT; Lisa D’Aquila, Director of Human Capital; Donald Fuselier, Supervisor of Operations; Stephen Langlois, Chief Fiscal Officer;  Karla Jack, Chief Academic Officer;  Samantha Slim, Designee of Principal Natalie Aguillard of Rosenwald Elementary; Carolyn Wells, Assistant Principal of Upper Pointe Coupee Elementary; Kim Canezaro, Principal of Valverda Elementary; Brandi Forbes, Designee of Principal Marcie Cazayoux of Rougon Elementary; Aiman Bayoumi, Designee of Stacy Gueho, Principal of Livonia High School, and Rob Howle, Chief Administrator of the STEM Magnet Academy of Pointe Coupee. 

 

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Office of Superintendent – Special Recognitions/Remarks Superintendent Lemoine recognized Owen Thompson, a senior at Livonia High School, for being awarded a full scholarship to attend Milsaps University in Jackson, Mississippi; he signed a letter of intent to play Division III football where he will play on the offensive line.  Superintendent Lemoine stated he wanted to wish him the very best of luck and everyone will be watching to see his name called in four or five years at the NFL Draft.  Owen was asked to introduce any family members in attendance and he introduced his mother, Lucy Boley, who had accompanied him to the meeting.

 

Mr. Lemoine announced that testing week went extremely well, there were no test irregularities; he complimented school administrators, teachers and central office staff for their hard work.

 

Superintendent Lemoine reported that he had testified at the Capitol in opposition to HB 833, which would restrict teachers and principals from enforcing discipline consequences. The attempt of the bill is to have the LDOE track out-of-school suspensions/expulsions and if they are disproportionally high, districts would have consequences that may be costly to their system.  This bill was tabled until the first week in May. 

 

Superintendent Lemoine prepared a PowerPoint comparing discipline information for school years 2014-15 and 2015-2016. 

·        53% reduction in expulsions (from 17 students in 2014-2015 to 8 students in 2015-16)

·        72% reduction in the number of days students were suspended out of school  (from 562 days in 2014-15 to 157 days in 2015-2016)

·        40% reduction of in-school suspensions (from 566 students in 2014-15 to 341 students in 2015-16)

Mr. Lemoine stated that after reviewing data, some of the safest schools in the state are in our school district.  The reduction of expulsions and suspensions may be a result of parents that have been inconvenienced by making sure their child attends an off-site campus, thus making them more aware of their child’s disciplinary behavior at school.

 

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Consent Agenda.  On a motion by Mr. Thomas Nelson, seconded by Mrs. Leslie Grezaffi, the following consent agenda items were adopted by an 8-0 unanimous vote of the Board.

 

Approval of the minutes from the regular School Board meeting of Thursday, March 24, 2016.

 

Approval of the minutes from the special School Board meeting of Thursday, April 21, 2016.

 

PROCLAMATION

 

Whereas, teachers play vital roles in the renewal and regeneration of our democratic society; and

 

Whereas, teachers shape the future by helping to influence and train tomorrow’s workforce for the demand of a rapidly changing and increasingly competitive and technological society; and

 

Whereas, teachers have chosen a profession, which is a demanding one, requiring not only mastery of the subject matter to be taught, but underlying patience and an overriding concern for the well-being of the students’ minds and bodies as well; and

 

Whereas, teachers transform lives through their work; and

 

Whereas, teachers give of themselves by imparting knowledge to help others learn.

 

Be it resolved that the Pointe Coupee Parish School Board proclaims May 2-6, 2016 as Teacher Appreciation Week & Tuesday, May 3, 2016 as Teacher Appreciation Day.

 

Be it further resolved that the Pointe Coupee Parish School Board encourages all citizens and schools to take time to remember those individuals who inspire children to learn.

 

This resolution was adopted at the regular meeting of the Pointe Coupee Parish School Board on this 28th day of April, 2016.

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Kevin Lemoine, Superintendent                                      Anita LeJeune, President

Pointe Coupee Parish School Board                               Pointe Coupee Parish School Board

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Expression of Sympathy.  On a motion by the entire Board and seconded by the entire Board, condolences were offered to the family of:

 

Charles Gordon Chauvin, a retiree of the Pointe Coupee Parish School Board; the father of Stacy Gueho, Principal of Livonia High School and Adair Robinson, a teacher at Livonia High School.

 

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Individual School Presentations.    The following individuals presented information regarding what is happening on their school campus:  Ms. Samantha Slim, Designee of Natalie Aguillard, Principal of Rosenwald Elementary; Mrs. Carolyn Wells, Assistant Principal of Upper Pointe Coupee Elementary; Kim Canezaro, Principal of Valverda Elementary; Brandi Forbes, Designee of Marcie Cazayoux, Principal of Rougon Elementary and Aiman Bayoumi, Designee of Stacy Gueho, Principal of Livonia High School.

 

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Receive Head Start Supervisor’s Monthly Report.    Mr. Frank Aguillard made a motion, seconded by Mr. Brandon Bergeron, to receive the Head Start Supervisor’s monthly report prepared by Mrs. Bridget Berry.  The motion carried by an 8-0 vote of the School Board.

 

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Approval of a Job Description for Head Start Health Manager.   Mr. James Cline made a motion, seconded by Mr. Brandon Bergeron to approve a job description for a Head Start Health Manager.  The motion carried by an 8-0 vote of the School Board.

 

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Discussion and/or Action Regarding Head Start Governing Body Screener.   

Mr. Thomas Nelson made a motion, seconded by Mr. James Cline, to approve a Head Start Governing Body Screener.  The motion carried by an 8-0 vote of the School Board.

 

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Monthly Financial Information.  Mr. Brandon Bergeron made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Leslie Grezaffi, to approve the monthly financial information as prepared by Chief Fiscal Officer Stephen Langlois.  The motion carried by an 8-0 vote of the School Board.

 

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Granted Request to Advertise Bids for Child Nutrition Program.  Mr. Chad Aguillard made a motion, seconded by Mr. Bobby Jarreau, to grant the request to advertise bids for the Child Nutrition Program for the 2016-2017 school year, including food, bread, milk and supplies.

 

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Request Granted to Conduct Summer Feeding.    On a motion by Mrs. Leslie Grezaffi, seconded by Mr. Chad Aguillard, the request was granted to conduct feeding during the summer of 2016 at Valverda Elementary, Livonia High, Rosenwald Elementary, Rougon Elementary and Upper Pointe Coupee Elementary.  The motion carried by an 8-0 vote of the School Board.

 

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Permission Granted to Advertise bids for Janitorial/Paper Supplies for the 2016-2017 School Year.  On a motion by Mrs. Leslie Grezaffi, seconded by Mr. Thomas Nelson, permission was granted to advertise bids for janitorial/paper supplies for school year 2016-2017.  The motion carried by an 8-0 vote of the School Board.

 

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Approval Granted to Rescind Priority 5 Funding for the State Capital Outlay Central Office Addition Project.  Superintendent Lemoine mentioned the Legislature is looking for dollars to offset the state’s current budget deficit.  The Pointe Coupee Parish School Board had previously been approved to receive allocated Capital Outlay Priority 1 (FP&C Project No. 50-S39-10-01) funding from the State of Louisiana due to the relocation of the central office in the aftermath of Hurricane Gustav. Mr. Lemoine went to the House Ways and Means Committee meeting on Monday, April 25, 2016.  Superintendent Lemoine explained for the Pointe Coupee Parish School Board to accept the 3.3 million dollar allocation for central office renovations requires a 25% match from the school system.  He stated matching funds in the estimated amount of $400,000 have already been used for renovations for the 1.8 million (real money) allocations. However, Superintendent Lemoine and Chief Fiscal Officer Stephen Langlois are proposing that the Board not accept the non-cash 1.5 million in allocations because the school system would have to come up with an estimated additional $400,000 in matching funds for Priority 1 funding and our current general fund budget doesn’t have the funds required for a match.   Our local legislators are confident the state will not pull the money since the work has already begun.  Superintendent Lemoine stated to complete the project for the money already expended, he recommends rescinding the non-cash portion of the allocation.

 

Mr. Thomas Nelson made a motion, seconded by Mr. Bobby Jarreau, to suspend the non-cash portion of Priority 5 Funding for the State Capital Outlay Central Office Addition Project.  The motion carried by an 8-0 vote of the School Board.

 

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Permission Granted to Award Contract for Purchase of Chromebooks and Carts to Winning Vendor.  Mrs. Lacey Bueche announced that eight (8) companies submitted quotes for Chromebooks and carts; bids were opened, evaluated, scored and compared with state contract pricing.  She announced that the state contract promotional price of $212.32 has a 1 year manufacturer warranty and does not include the management console ($29.00), asset tagging ($12.00), enrollment services ($12.00) and no accidental damage protection. Mrs. Bueche stated that Trinity 3 was the only vendor to propose a 4-year accidental damage warranty. Their price of $242.00 includes enrollment, asset tagging, cart wiring and shipping; the vendor also pays for shipping for warranty claims and was highly recommended by references; carts are $1,099.  Mrs. Bueche’s recommendation to the Board is to award the contract to Trinity 3.

 

Mr. Brandon Bergeron made a motion, seconded by Mr. Thomas Nelson, to award the Chromebooks and Carts to Trinity 3.  The motion carried by an 8-0 vote of the School Board.

 

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School Colors for STEM Magnet Academy of Pointe Coupee.    The Board is being requested to vote on school colors for the STEM Magnet Academy of Pointe Coupee. Mr. Rob Howel, Chief Academic Officer of STEM, presented a sample “polo style” shirt (dark purple with an orange STEM Academy logo) to be worn with khaki pants.

 

Mr. Frank Aguillard made a motion to approve a purple shirt with an orange STEM Academy logo for the shirt and khaki pants as the school colors for the STEM Magnet Academy of Pointe Coupee.   Mrs. Leslie Grezaffi seconded the motion.  A roll call vote resulted in the following:

 

YEAS:              Frank Aguillard, Brandon Bergeron, James Cline, Leslie Grezaffi, Bobby Jarreau, Anita LeJeune, and Thomas Nelson

NAYS:              Chad Aguillard

ABSETENTIONS:  None

 

On a 7-1 vote of the School Board, the motion carried.

 

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Dress Code Policy Changes for Livonia High School.  The Executive Committee received a letter from a student, Tyler Bergeron, requesting permission to appear on the April School Board agenda to address the Board regarding proposed changes to the dress code policy for seniors at Livonia High School.  Tyler stated he is currently a junior at Livonia High School and would like the Board to consider allowing seniors, those with 17 or more high school credits, to wear gold colored shirts for the upcoming school year 2016-2017.  He announced that a survey was conducted and the results from 676 ballots were 551 for (81.5%) and 125 (18.5%) opposed.  Tyler explained that students in favor of the shirt are of the opinion that wearing a gold shirt will give seniors a since of identity that they are finally graduating after having spent many years in elementary and high school.   He also mentioned the benefits of this shirt color would help the school administration differentiate students permitted to leave the campus early.  Tyler’s Principal, Mrs. Stacy Gueho, was asked for her thoughts on the matter.  Mrs. Gueho stated the gold shirts would help to identify students leaving school early and from a safety prospective thinks it is a great idea.  However, she did express two concerns:  one is affordability, as some students may not be able to afford another color shirt and two is that of academically demeaning for students that are not on track with the number of Carnegie units required to be in a senior homeroom (it takes 17 units to be promoted from the 11th grade homeroom to the 12th grade).  Therefore, Mrs. Gueho suggests that seniors have the option of wearing gold shirts rather than a mandatory requirement. Tyler stated they liked Superintendent Lemoine’s suggestion of seniors donating their gold shirts for students to wear the following school year.

 

Mr. Brandon Bergeron made a motion to allow students at Livonia High School, that are classified as seniors on track to graduate, the option of wearing a traditional green uniform shirt or a gold uniform shirt, effective school year 2016-2017.  Mrs. Leslie Grezaffi seconded the motion.  By an 8-0 vote of the Board, the motion carried. 

 

Tyler was commended and received applause for his project.

 

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Adoption of a Resolution Canvassing Returns from the Special Election held in the Parishwide School District of the Parish of Pointe Coupee, State of Louisiana on Saturday, April 9, 2016.

 

The following resolution was offered by Mr. Thomas Nelson and seconded by Mr. Brandon Bergeron:

 

RESOLUTION

A resolution providing for canvassing the returns and declaring the result of the special election held in the Parishwide School District of the Parish of Pointe Coupee, State of Louisiana, on Saturday, April 9, 2016, to dedicate the revenues derived from a special tax therein.

 

BE IT RESOLVED by the Pointe Coupee Parish School Board (the “Governing Authority”) of the Parishwide School District of the Parish of Pointe Coupee, State of Louisiana (the “District”) that:

SECTION 1.  Canvass.  This Governing Authority does now proceed in open and public session to examine the official tabulations of votes cast at the special election held in the District on SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 2016, to dedicate the revenues derived from a special tax therein, and said Governing Authority does further proceed to examine and canvass the returns and declare the result of the special election.

SECTION 2.  Procès Verbal.  A Procès Verbal of the canvass of the returns of said election shall be made and a certified copy thereof shall be forwarded to the Secretary of State, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, who shall record the same in his office; another certified copy thereof shall be forwarded to the Clerk of Court and Ex-Officio Recorder of Mortgages in and for the Parish of Pointe Coupee, who shall record the same in the Mortgage Records of said Parish; and another copy thereof shall be retained in the archives of this Governing Authority.

SECTION 3.  Promulgation of Election Result.  The re­sult of said election shall be promulgated by publication in the manner provided by law.

 

This resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as follows:

YEAS:    Chad Aguillard, Frank R. Aguillard, Jr., Brandon Bergeron, James M. Cline,    Leslie  Grezaffi, Bobby Jarreau, Anita LeJeune and Thomas Nelson

NAYS:  None

ABSENT:  None

And the resolution was declared adopted on this the 28th day of April, 2016.

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Kevin Lemoine, Superintendent-Secretary                      Anita LeJeune, President

                       

PROCÈS VERBAL AND PROCLAMATION OF THE CANVASS OF THE

VOTES CAST AT THE SPECIAL ELECTION HELD IN THE PARISHWIDE

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF THE PARISH OF POINTE COUPEE, STATE OF

LOUISIANA, ON SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 2016.

 

BE IT KNOWN AND REMEMBERED that on April 28, 2016, at five thirty o’clock (5:30) p.m., at its regular meeting place, 337 Napoleon Street, New Roads, Louisiana, the Pointe Coupee Parish School Board (the “Governing Authority”) of the Parishwide School District of the Parish of Pointe Coupee, State of Louisiana (the “District”), and being the authority ordering the special election held therein on Saturday, April 9, 2016, with the following members present:

 

Chad Aguillard, Frank R. Aguillard, Jr., Brandon Bergeron, James M. Cline, Leslie Grezaffi, Bobby Jarreau, Anita LeJeune and Thomas Nelson                                       

There being absent:  None

 

did, in open and public session, examine the official certified tabulations of votes cast at the said election, and did examine and canvass the returns of the said election, there having been submitted at said election the following proposition, to wit:

 

 Parish of Pointe Coupee Parishwide Proposition

(School Board Millage)

 

Shall the Pointe Coupee Parish School District (Parish wide), State of Louisiana, be authorized to levy and collect a special tax of 10 mills on all property subject to taxation within the Parish of Pointe Coupee, State of Louisiana (the “Parish”) (an estimated $4,500,000  reasonably expected at this time to be collected from the levy of the tax for an entire year) for a period of  10 years beginning with the year 2016 and ending with the year 2025 for giving additional support to public elementary and secondary schools within the Parish (“School System”), including paying a portion of the costs of salaries and benefits of teachers and employees and further to effect the salary adjustment for certified and non-certified employees of the School System in accordance with the 5-year Strategic Plan for Improvement, adopted by the School Board by Resolution dated February 11, 2016?

 

There was found by said count and canvass that the following votes had been cast at the said special election IN FAVOR OF and AGAINST, respectively, the proposition as hereinabove set forth at the following polling places, to-wit:

 

LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT OF ELECTIONS  REGISTRATION

PRECINCTS LOCATION REPORT FOR THE PARISH OF POINTE COUPEE

 

WD/PCT

 

POLL PLACE NAME

                                                

LOCATION

YEAS

NAYS

00/01

Par Bldg on Land of K Leonard

19031 La Hwy 15, Lettsworth

32

44

00/02

Innis School Property

4389 Robertson Ave, Innis

42

17

00/03

Innis School Property

4389 Robertson Ave, Innis

56

89

00/04

Innis School Property

4389 Robertson Ave, Innis

43

24

00/05

St Ann's Catholic Church Hall

172 Church St, Morganza

17

33

00/06

St Ann's Catholic Church Hall

172 Church St, Morganza

47

38

00/07

Par Bldg-Land of Donna Walker

8686 Dawson Rd, Morganza

74

85

00/08A

Rosenwald School

110 New Roads St, New Roads

37

40

00/09

American Legion

412 La Hwy 10, New Roads

63

104

00/10A

Pointe Coupee Gen Hos Conf Rm

2202 False River Dr, New Roads

94

131

00/10B

Pointe Coupee Gen Hos Conf Rm

2202 False River Dr, New Roads

8

15

00/11

Parish Courthouse

211 E Main St, New Roads

17

47

00/12

New Roads Nat Guard Armory

303 Park Ave, New Roads

31

56

00/13A

New Roads Nat Guard Armory

303 Park Ave, New Roads

40

98

00/14

Par Bldg on Loupe Property

9251 Ferry Road, New Roads

33

32

00/15A

Waterloo Fire Station

14283 Patin Dyke Rd, Ventress

79

118

00/15B

Waterloo Fire Station

14283 Patin Dyke Rd, Ventress

5

13

00/16A

Senior Citizen Center

4316 Harry St, Fordoche

6

3

00/16B

Lottie Fire Station

2947 La Hwy 81 North, Lottie

86

97

00/17

Senior Citizen Center

4316 Harry St, Fordoche

143

70

00/18

Catholic Cabrini Center

3511 La Hwy 78, Livonia

187

109

00/19A

Catholic Cabrini Center

3511 La Hwy 78, Livonia

52

29

00/19B

Catholic Cabrini Center

3511 La Hwy 78, Livonia

10

9

00/20A

Fire District No 3 Station

6571 False River Rd, Oscar

77

222

00/20B

Par Bldg on Land E Marionneaux

4971 Parlange Ln, Livonia

72

94

00/22A

Par Bldg on Land of Al Olinde

10871 Olinde Ln, Ventress

63

192

00/23

Glynn Fire Station

14839 Chenal Rd, Jarreau

40

84

00/24

Alma Fire Station

12841 La Hwy 416, Lakeland

38

54

 

 

Absentee:

TOTALS:

263

1,755

366

2,313

 

 

The polling places above specified being the only polling places designated at which to hold the said election, it was therefore shown that there was a total of 1,755 votes cast IN FAVOR OF the Proposition and a total of 2,313 votes cast AGAINST the Proposition, as hereinabove set forth, and that there was a majority of 57% votes cast against the Proposition as hereinabove set forth.

            Therefore, the Governing Authority did declare and proclaim and does hereby declare and proclaim in open and public session that the Proposition as hereinabove set forth duly failed by a majority of the votes cast by the qualified electors voting at the said special election held in the Parishwide School District of the Parish of Pointe Coupee, State of Louisiana on Saturday, April 9, 2016.

            THUS DONE AND SIGNED at New Roads, Louisiana, on this, the 28th day of April, 2016.

 

 

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Kevin Lemoine, Superintendent-Secretary                      Anita LeJeune, President

 

                                                                                                PROCLAMATION

 

The undersigned Superintendent-Secretary of the Pointe Coupee Parish School Board (the "Governing Authority") of the Parishwide School District of the Parish of Pointe Coupee, State of Louisiana (the “District”) do hereby declare, proclaim and announce that the proposition submitted at the special election held in the District on Saturday, April 9, 2016, was duly carried by a majority of the votes cast at the said special election, all as described and set out in the above Procès Verbal.

 

THUS DONE AND SIGNED at New Roads, Louisiana, on this, the 28th day of April, 2016.

 

                                                            ________________________________                                                                               

                                                            Kevin Lemoine, Superintendent-Secretary                     

 

CERTIFICATE

            I, the undersigned Superintendent-Secretary of the Parishwide School District of the Parish of Pointe Coupee, State of Louisiana (the “District”), do hereby certify that the foregoing five (5) pages constitute a true and correct copy of the proceedings and Procès Verbal made by said Governing Authority of the District on April 28, 2016, providing for canvassing the returns and declaring the result of the special election held in the District on Saturday, April 9, 2016, to authorize the levy of a special tax therein.

            IN FAITH WHEREOF, witness my official signature on this, the 28th day of April, 2016.

                                                                                               

__________________________________

Kevin Lemoine, Superintendent-Secretary

 (SEAL)

 

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Strategy Session and/or Action Concerning Threatened Litigation.*  The agenda indicated that there may be an executive session to discuss strategy as to how to respond to litigation threatened by Donna Mars relative to her claim for damages under the Americans with Disabilities Act.  Superintendent Lemoine announced that school system attorneys Melissa Losch and Ty Manerie, with Hammonds, Sills, Adkins and Guice, were in attendance. 

 

Executive Session -Mr. James Cline made a motion to convene in an executive session. The motion was seconded by Mr. Brandon Bergeron and by an 8-0 vote of the Board they convened in executive session at 6:27 p.m.

 

Open Session- Mr. Chad Aguillard made the motion to reconvene in an open session.  The motion was seconded by Mr. Brandon Bergeron and by an 8-0 vote of the Board they returned to an open session at 7:10 p.m.

 

Mr. Thomas Nelson offered a motion to allow the Superintendent to seek a resolution regarding the matter pursuant to what was heard in executive session.  Mr. Brandon Bergeron seconded the motion.  A roll call vote resulted in the following:

 

YEAS:              Chad Aguillard, Frank Aguillard, Brandon Bergeron, Leslie Grezaffi, Bobby Jarreau, Anita LeJeune, and Thomas Nelson

NAYS:              James Cline

ABSETENTIONS:  None

 

On a 7-1 vote of the School Board, the motion carried.

 

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Discussion and/or Action Regarding Settlement Request for Student Medical Expenses.

Mr. James Cline made a motion to authorize a settlement for the student’s medical expenses.  Mrs. Leslie Grezaffi seconded the motion.

 

Mr. Frank Aguillard made a substitute motion to allow the Superintendent to handle this administratively.  Mr. Bobby Jarreau seconded the motion.  A roll call vote on the substitute motion resulted in the following

 

YEAS:              Frank Aguillard and Bobby Jarreau

NAYS:              Chad Aguillard, Brandon Bergeron, James Cline, Leslie Grezaffi, Anita LeJeune and Thomas Nelson

ABSTENTIONS:  None

 

The substitute motion failed by 2 (yeas) and 6 (nays).

 

A roll call vote on the original motion offered by Mr. James Cline, seconded by Mrs. Leslie Grezaffi, to authorize a settlement for the student’s medical expenses resulted in the following:

 

YEAS:              James Cline and Leslie Grezaffi

NAYS:              Chad Aguillard, Frank Aguillard, Brandon Bergeron, Bobby Jarreau, Anita LeJeune and Thomas Nelson

ABSTENTIONS:  None

 

The original motion failed by 2 (yeas) and 6 (nays).

 

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Adjournment. Mr. Thomas Nelson made a motion to adjourn. Mr. Brandon Bergeron seconded the motion and the meeting adjourned at 7:13 p.m.

 

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Anita LeJeune, President

 

 

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Kevin Lemoine, Superintendent