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Minutes of the meeting of

Governing Board

San Simon School District #18

November 4, 2020



I. CALL TO ORDER:

The meeting was called to order at 6:30 P.M. in the San Simon Technology Center with the following in attendance:


Governing Board: Larry Parker

Jason Sloan

Dusty Pierce

Angela Humphreys (not present)

Robert Reynolds


Administration: Kari Wade, Interim Superintendent

Rose Rothpletz, Business Manager (not present)

Minutes: Donna Lewis

Guests: Heather Lentz

Mike Zamudio

II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO OUR FLAG:

Mr. Parker led the group in the pledge of allegiance to our flag.


III. APPROVAL OF AGENDA:

Mr. Sloan moved to approve the agenda. Seconded by Mr. Reynolds. Mr. Sloan-Aye, Mr. Pierce-Aye, Mr. Parker-Aye, Mr. Reynolds-Aye.


IV. APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES:

Mr. Sloan moved to approve the minutes of the October 7, 2020 meeting. Seconded by Mr. Pierce. Mr. Sloan-Aye, Mr. Pierce-Aye, Mr. Parker-Aye, Mr. Reynolds-Aye.


V. CALL TO THE PUBLIC:

Mr. Parker invited guests to speak on any item not included in the agenda. There was no response.


VI. REPORTS:

6a. Mrs. Wade reported the K-6 teachers are looking at the new reading samples

to adopt a new series. Our current attendance rate is 95%. The high school

volleyball team’s record is 8-2. The junior high volleyball girls’ team has

won 2 games. The state volleyball tournament will be held 11/13 & 11/14.

The fall carnival was held earlier this evening. It went well. The Veterans

Day program will be on 11/10 beginning at 10:00 AM. The FFA will be

serving a carry out dinner to the Veterans. The CARES Act application was

approved and we are purchasing a new suburban with the funds.


6b. Mrs. Wade gave the Business Manager’s report on behalf of Mrs. Rothpletz.

Student Activities deposits: Freshman- Jerky Sales, $272.00, FFA- Chile & Hay $2,190.00, Juniors- Concession stand and candy bar sales $880.00, NHS-

Amazon Raffle $362.00, Sophomores- T-shirt sales $390. Their order was

placed yesterday and was approximately $2,0000.00. The FFA received a

$150.00 donation for turkeys.


6c. Mr. Zamudio reported the Cochise County Fair went well. The sale prices for

animals doubled this year. They have heifers at the farm they will show in

December at the AZ National Livestock Show. Approximately 10-11 kids

will participate in the project. The Rodeo Farm is coming along. He goes to

check is once or twice a week. They are on the third cut of hay. The house is

being remodeled and a 60 x 20 building will be going up. A new F250 truck

was delivered & 2 tractors. He also received a $75,000.00 check to purchase a van for FFA use only to transport students to the farm. The money will also be used to purchase chemicals & other supplies needed for the farm. They have already sold approximately $12,000.00 worth of hay.


VII. CONSENT AGENDA:

7a. Mr. Sloan moved to approve vouchers & claims. Seconded by Mr. Reynolds.

Mr. Sloan-Aye, Mr. Pierce-Aye, Mr. Parker-Aye, Mr. Reynolds-Aye.


VIII. EXECUTIVE SESSION:

Mr. Sloan moved to go into executive session at 6:44 PM to perform the annual

Superintendent evaluation and discuss employment of Brenda Fierro and Manuela

Calderon.





Howard Topoff 2011