Board of Education approves school requests

Published 8:44 pm Tuesday, May 17, 2016

The Chilton County Board of Education approved several requests from local schools at its meeting Tuesday.

School and shop requests included:

•From Chilton County High School, approval to execute the agreement by and between Coca-Cola Bottling Company United LLC and the school.

•From Isabella School, approval for Khadijah Craig to serve as a volunteer coach for volleyball.

•From Jemison High School, permission for The Word Christian Center to use the school gymnasium on May 7 for a basketball tournament, and permission for Sandra Cullen to attend DECA Amped on June 20-24 in Denver.

•From LeCroy Career Technical Center, permission for Todd Davis and Landon Lowery to attend and present at the NCLA/ACTE Best Practices Conference on Sept. 27-30 in Tampa and permission for Jay LeCroy and Brooke Elliot to take students to Nashville on June 27 to July 3 for TSA Nationals.

•From Thorsby School, approval to pay Kelly Wood certified substitute pay for the time that she worked in the vacant position of math teacher from Feb. 1 to March 14.

•From the maintenance department, permission to purchase wax and stripper from American Osment at a total cost of $31,726.50.

•From the transportation department, permission for the Alabama Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association to use two buses on Nov. 17 for educational tours during its annual conference.

In other business, the Board:

•Approved financial department requests, including financial statements and bank reconciliations of the central office, payrolls and accounts payable and leave requests. Later in the meeting, the Board approved for the financial department to present at Board meetings financial statements and bank reconciliations for the previous month instead of the current month, to allow employees more time to compile the information.

•Approved a long-term PASS Academy placement after an executive session to discuss the matter.

•Approved rescheduling the June Board meeting to June 28 at 4 p.m.