Monday, August 19, 2019

Long Lake Central readies for new school year

LLCS BOE August 13, 2019

Long Lake Central readies for new school year
By Pete Klein
Superintendent's Update
The Long Lake Central School Board of Education meeting held on October 11 2918 Superintendent Noelle Short spoke to the board about the Five-Year Facilities Plan. All items on the Scope of Work prepared by Mosaic Associates were discussed, including tennis court replacement, security upgrades, and infrastructure repairs.
When the Board met on August 13, Shortt provided the board with a Mosaic’s timeline for the project.
The timeline shows Mosaic estimating the State Education Department will give its approval sometime this fall, followed by bidding on the project in May, 2020, start work on the project in June 2020, with completion sometime by the summer of 2021 at the latest.
Short also reported mental health services will be available for students, starting September 10.
First day of school is set for Wednesday, Sept. 4.
The board ruled on the following items presented to it at the meeting.
The board approved an update of the Code of Conduct.
The board approved a Policy Statement for Free and Reduced-Price Meals or Free Milk for 2019-2020 School Year.
The board approved the Tax Warrant for 2019-2020 School Year.
The board approved that Any Certified Coach from Long Lake CSD or Indian Lake CSD to Substitute Coach on an Emergency Basis.
The board approved to Rescind the June 13, 2019 Appointment of Hayden LaMere as Long-Term Substitute Effective July 25,2019.
The board approved the 2019-2020 District Wide Safety Plan.
The board approved Dana Goetze as Athletic Coordinator.
The board approved Chris Sass as Technology Coordinator.
The board approved Heather Kilpatrick as K-12 Teachers Aide.
The board approved Michele Gannon as 2019-2020 Yearbook Advisor.
The board approved Kristin Delehanty as 2019-2020 Elementary Soccer Coach.
The board approved Carey Pooler as 2019-2020 Arts and Education Coordinator.
Emily Farr was approved as a substitute teacher. Eric Knox was not.
The board decided to pay $100 per day to all certified teachers, including those certified in other states.
The board reviewed the School Safety Plans.

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