FAIRFIELD AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF SCHOOL DIRECTORS MEETING December 6, 2021 AGENDA I. Call to Order II. Pledge of Allegiance III. Roll Call IV. Minutes A. V. Move to approve the minutes of the November 8, 2021 regular Board Meeting. Presentations/Reports (For information only --- No action to be taken) A. Elementary Embryotic Program – Mrs. Sarah Baugh and Students         Interim Superintendent Business Manager – Budget / Cafeteria Principals Special Education Supervisor Athletic Director Building & Grounds Supervisor Safety Coordinator (once a month) Student Representatives VI. Public Comment – Agenda Items (3 min. each / 30 min. max) VII. Agenda Items: Tabled Items A. Move to approve a Use of Facilities Request from Candace Ferguson-Miller and the Fairfield Youth Wrestling to use the Wrestling Room and High School Gym on Sundays beginning January 9, 2022 through April 3, 2022. Background: Fairfield Youth Wrestling is trying to change leagues and need to request Sunday usage in the event that they host tournaments. Currently, they do not have a schedule because they have not officially joined the new league, however, the new league requires tournaments be held on Sundays. Sunday’s will allow them to reschedule easily without needing to go through the board approval process in the event there is weather or illness related reasons for moving the tournaments. B. Move to approve a Memo of Understanding between Fairfield Education Association and Fairfield Area School Board to hire a temporary Elementary Interventionist for the 2021-2022 school year. Administrative Actions C. Move to approve submitting the District Comprehensive Plan 7/1/21 – 6/30/24 to PDE for final approval. Background: The 30-day review was granted on October 25, 2021 and now complete. Budget D. Move to approve the general fund bill list in the amount of $720,190.45 from October 19, 2021 through November 30, 2021. E. Move to approve the food service fund bill list in the amount of $52,545.90 from October 19, 2021 through November 30, 2021. F. Move to approve the journal entries, budget adjustments and bank reconciliations as presented. G. Move to approve the addition of the following individuals to the van / bus driver list for the 2021-2022 school year. The contractor is noted. Colton Hollingsworth Connie Smith Larry Rodgers H. - Jacoby Transportation - Jacoby Transportation - Jacoby Transportation Move to adopt the attached resolution indicating the Fairfield Area School District’s intent to not raise taxes by more than the 3.5% adjusted index for the 2022-2023 fiscal year. Background: School districts are required by January 31, 2022 to adopt a resolution if it is their intent to not raise taxes by more than the index. If not, a preliminary budget must be completed and available for public inspection by this date. Making this decision now allows time to complete this process. It is important to note that we will not know Basic Education and other subsidies until late February. For our district the adjusted index is 3.5% or .3895 mills which equates to approximately $351,453 in additional revenue should the Board decide to raise taxes to the index. The resolution is presented in its formality as required by the Pennsylvania Department of Education. In the 2021-2022 fiscal year, the Board authorized this resolution in October which allowed us to produce a budget with valid information and time to discuss and process. This authorization allows the district budget timeline to revert to the original timelines, pre Act 1, with a preliminary due in May and final due in June. I. Move to approve an industrial appraisal proposal from Industrial Appraisal Company at a cost of $7,630. Background: The Industrial Appraisal Program will provide the District with a complete listing of fixed assets valued from $500 up, including major capital assets like buildings and equipment. Schedule of fixed assets is required for two reasons. 1. The renewal of insurance requires values of all fixed assets be provided. This allows underwriters to properly insure assets. 2. GASB-(Government Accounting Standards Board) requires government entities to properly account for the value of fixed assets, as well as depreciation of assets on audited financial statements. Each year, Industrial Appraisals will update the schedule of fixed assets that will allow for annual accounting and insurance activity with current and accurate val

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