LCSD Board Minutes 11/14/2022
REGULAR BOARD MEETING
DATE: November 14, 2022
TIME: 6:00 PM
LOCATION: Hybrid Meeting (in-person at District Learning Center and online)
PRESENT: Brad Wilson, Kim Thorpe, Jeff Fehr, Erik Nelson, Barb Polley, Stephanie Fuller, Tiffany Viall, Kirk Marshlain, Terry Sanders, Dia Galvan, Jenann Ross, Jamie Pancho, Luis Lopez, Todd Hausman, Erin Morin, Rebecca Benson, Brooke Sanders, Brian Wood, Armando Davila, Amber Corrigan, Veronica Ruiz, Pat Hammersmith, Jody Petersen, Jennifer Polley, Carrie Austin, and Georgia Mashayekh
AGENDA ITEMS / PUBLIC COMMENTS
- Call to order
Kim Thorpe called the meeting to order at 6:00pm.
- Public Comments or Request on Non-agenda Items
Brad requested to move the CSI student report to the next meeting.
Erik moved and Barb seconded a motion to approve the consent agenda with requested change; motion carried.
- CSI – Terry Sanders
Terry shared a presentation covering school and program goals, current certifications available for students, management for college and career readiness, internship database management, Leave to Learn trips, parent/family involvement, Reach Well app for family communication, Coyotes C.A.R.E. recognition, community service updates, and celebrations.
- MOE – Erin Morin
Erin and Todd shared a presentation covering four goals for their school improvement plan, demographics breakdown, literacy proficiency data, and improvement of regular attendance.
Erin and Tiffany explained what guaranteed and viable curriculum is.
- Migrant Program – Dia Galvan
Dia shared a presentation sharing information on the number of students in the Migrant program and priority of service for students, three-year review of required counts, Certificates of Eligibility information, number of students by building, student stories, parent stories, student involvement, parent advisory council, Migrant 101 trainings, and celebrations.
- CMS – Brian Wood
CMS Activity night last week was a great success with about 150 students in attendance.
CMS Drama Club will have their annual performance on 11/18 & 11/19.
Grade Level Teams met to look over the D & F lists and plan interventions.
This is the 1st week of MS athletic competitions.
- CHS – Jamie Pancho
Many opportunities for HS students to have hands on opportunities through business fieldtrips, computer science fair at Town Toyota Center, and a college and career exposition at WVC (Wenatchee Valley College).
Leadership conference in Wenatchee for ASB leaders. They learned belonging and inclusiveness activities.
Veteran’s Day was celebrated on Nov. 10th with several veterans for breakfast. Luis Lopez sat down and chatted with the veterans over breakfast.
- Teaching & Learning – Tiffany Viall
Tiffany thanked the administrators for their work and transparency in looking at all of the student data.
Math adoption kick off was in October. The team is looking at current data and creating non-negotiable criteria before reviewing curriculum for LCSD. Tiffany will present about 6 or 7 program choices for the team to review, and they will narrow this down to about 3 programs before doing more review.
The Afters/STEAM program has hired a couple more staff members.
Expanding professional development for teachers with a focus on multi-lingual learners.
- Student Services & Inclusion – Kirk Marshlain
Kirk gave an update on the social emotional screener. Over 1021 students participated and he shared the percentages of students in need of tiered interventions. The plan is to get interventions in place in a timely manner for all the students.
MTSS (Multi-Tier Support Systems) is the umbrella or foundation to support students in curriculum, social emotional learning, and behavioral needs.
There has been an adaption to the SPED referral requests that helps support families and students in a timely manner and equitable form.
Working on transitional program for special needs students as they graduate and leave LCSD.
Chelan VB 1A state champions
Thank you to the club advisors for all of the clubs at all grade levels. Involvement and belonging is important for all students.
- WSSDA Conference Planning
The Board talked about their travel and conference session plans. This is an annual conference, offering the opportunity for learning and idea sharing with other school board directors from across the state.
BOARD POLICIES / ACTION ITEMS
- BP 6112 Rental or Lease of District Real Property – 1st Read
This was a 1st reading of this policy update.
- Approval of Study and Survey Request for Qualifications
Jeff moved and Erik seconded a motion to approve the Study and Survey Request for Qualifications as presented; motion carried.
- To discuss the qualifications of an applicant for public employment and/or review the performance of a public employee with no action to be taken. RCW42.30.110
Kim moved the Board to executive session at 7:53pm for approximately 15 minutes for discussion and not action to be taken.
Kim Thorpe reconvened the board to regular session and adjourned the meeting at 8:10 pm.
Kim Thorpe, Board Chair Brad Wilson, Superintendent