School Board Minutes
Red Rock Central District No. 2884
The regular monthly meeting of the Board of
Education, District No. 2884, was held in the Board Room in Lamberton on
Chairman Derickson called the meeting to order at
The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
Upon motion of Clarke, seconded by Kelsey and
unanimously carried, to approve the agenda, the minutes of the
Bryce Pack, Athletic Director, gave the Board a brief overview of the school districts that would like to be accepted into the Red Rock Conference in football.
Upon motion of Clarke, seconded by Moldan and unanimously carried, to accept Cedar Mountain/Comfrey and Southwest United into the Red Rock Football Conference.
Lead Teacher Riley reported the following: February is “I Love to Read” month, so we started the month off with “Hats off to celebrate reading!” Late in the week it was “Sock it to me with a good book.” Today was DEAR time: Drop Everything And Read. On March 2nd, Dr. Seuss’s birthday, the cooks will be serving green eggs and ham to add to the fun. February 9th was the Hundredth Day of School. We will celebrate Valentine’s Day on February 14th. We also do activities and lessons in honor of George Washington’s and Abraham Lincoln’s birthdays. There will be no school on February 19th for President’s Day. February 21st is our next Integration Day. The first graders will be hosting this time in Jeffers. February is also Dental Health Month. Dr. Brennan has been busy doing evaluations of the elementary teachers for Q-Comp. Some of the teachers have been going to workshops and bringing back new or supporting information to the rest of the teachers about Q-Comp.
Principal Olson’s report was distributed to the
February 12, 2007 – Page 2
“Richest Man in Town” will be presented next
Friday. We have been selected as a
high-performing school in terms of the numbers of successful graduates in
colleges after they leave RRC. This
spring a number of interviews will be conducted by the Humphrey Institute from
Upon motion of Clarke, seconded by Westerman and unanimously carried, to pay claims in the amount of $112,331.61. Receipts were $471,784.34.
Upon motion of Kelsey, seconded by Myers and unanimously carried, to accept the resignation of Ann Beyer as Title One Reading Instructor at the end of the school year and to thank her for her many years of service to the children of the District.
The Superintendent’s contract will be discussed at the next regular Board meeting.
Discussion was held regarding Federal funding for
Title, the wind turbine project, and the visit Chairman Derickson,
Superintendent Brennan, and Leonard Runck had with legislators in
Upon motion of Kelsey, seconded by Westerman and unanimously carried, to adjourn at
Alan J. Clarke, Clerk Denise Clarke, Recorder