LCSD Board Minutes – 12/2/20 Special Meeting
DATE: December 2, 2020
TIME: 5:00 PM
LOCATION: Online meeting
PRESENT: Barry DePaoli, Jeff Fehr, Lynda Foster, Ken Brunner, Agustin Benegas-Garcia, Kim Thorpe, Alejandro Hernandez, Alicia Lopez, Amber Corrigan, Brad Wilson, Brady Dundas, Brian Wood, Camisha Hughbanks, Carrie Austin, Cindy Bertomeu, Dennis Rahm, Erin Morin, Heather Jacobsen, Heidi Summers, Ian Garfoot, Janell Wood, Jeff Fehr, Jenifer Rainville, Jennifer Polley, Jessica Nygreen, Jessie Poland, Joanie Bankson, Jody Petersen, K.C. Knudson, Katherine D’Orazio, Ken Barnes, Krystina Nelson, Laura Clinton, Leanna Garfoot, Marty Rothlisberger, Megan (Fink) Ellis, Michael Tucker, Michelle Fanton, Mindy Christopherson, Mindy Garfoot, Natalie Bishop, Nesha Bremmeyer, Rebecca Benson, Richard Uhlhorn, Bob Soost, Rosemary Moller, Sarah Clarke, Scott Benson, Scott Granger, Scott Paine, Stefani Morgan, Todd Hausman, Vickie Bodle, Clayton Plummer, Raiden Rogge, DeAnna Griggs, and Georgia Mashayekh
AGENDA ITEMS / PUBLIC REQUESTS – COMMENTS
- Call to Order
Jeff Fehr called the meeting to order at 5:00 pm.
- Approval of Agenda
There were no changes to the agenda.
- Approval of Minutes – November 24, 2020
Lynda moved and Ken seconded a motion to approve the Nov. 24th minutes as presented; motion carried.
- Public Comments or Request on Non-agenda Items
There were no public comments.
- COVID19 transmission updates
Barry shared a presentation with current data from CDCH and from Dr. Butler and the regional epidemiologist.
- Chelan-Douglas County Data 12/1/20
- COVID19 cases by week
- Percentage of COVID19 cases by ethnicity in Chelan-Douglas Counties
- COVID cases by age as the percentage of cases Oct 26-Nov 29
- Weekly cases in the City of Chelan and Chelan Falls between 3/16 and 11/29
- COVID19 cases County vs local
There was a question about the percentage of positive cases to the number of tests being done.
Great turn out for local testing last week, but no data on that particular local testing. Testing this week was canceled. Information is updated weekly on the CDHD website.
The regional superintendents are very concerned about the social and emotional concerns for students. Students are struggling with anxiety, depression, and their academics. The superintendents are feeling that getting students into the buildings for the social emotional needs outweigh the academic needs.
- Return to In-Person Learning
There are no action items and the board met to review community data to stay updated with information as the district moves forward with in-person learning.
Jeff Fehr adjourned the special meeting at 5:20pm.
Jeff Fehr, Board Chair Barry DePaoli, Superintendent