Meeting: Southeast Dubois SchoolsMarch 5, 2020
The Southeast Dubois School Board met Wednesday and:
• Moved the April 1 meeting to the Forest Park Junior-Senior High School auditorium. The board expects a large audience since consultants with Administrator Assistance will be presenting the results of the feasibility study that has been ongoing for the last few months. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. and is open to the public.
• Approved the following professional leaves: Mark Jahn, Kyla Lueken, Lisa Schroeder and Anna Clements to Summit Learning Spring Convening; Ann Clark to a Trauma Informed Schools workshop; Emily Hauser and Brad Weyer to the World Language Bowl at the University of Southern Indiana; Collin Daunhauer to the STEM Challenge at Oakland City University; Molly Cummings to Project-Based Learning Certification at Vincennes University Jasper; Jamie Pund, Tracy Troesch and Sharon Welp to the Indiana Association of School Business Officials annual meeting; and Annette Applegate to the Indiana Ag Teacher Summer Workshop and Ag Business Foundation BriefCASE training.
• Approved the following field trips: Forest Park chorus to Derby Dinner; Ferdinand Elementary first-graders to an Amish immersion field trip; Forest Park visual arts students to Marian University; Pine Ridge Elementary fourth-graders to the Dubois County Museum, Jasper Train Depot and Jasper City Mill; Pine Ridge kindergartners to the Evansville Children’s Museum; Cedar Crest Intermediate fifth-graders to various Vincennes historical sites; Cedar Crest sixth-graders to the Indiana State Capitol and Lucas Oil Stadium; and Forest Park eighth-graders to the reality store.
• Approved Christ the King Parish to use Ferdinand Elementary.
• Approved the resignation of instructional assistant Kayla Underhill.
• Approved appointing Collin Daunhauer a dual-credit teacher at Forest Park.
• Approved the following donations: an anonymous $5,000 for Forest Park; $50 from Jim and Marguerite Hubers to the SE Dubois Endowment in honor of Leon Wendholt; and $300 from the Jacob Meyer Memorial Endowment for boys tennis, basketball and baseball.
• Held the second reading of updates to board policy from Neola Inc., an independent organization that recommends policy and bylaw updates for member school boards.
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