Volume 51, Number 43

fourteen pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, October 23, 2014

Pickett County Board of Education Aug. 10 meeting

Education met on Monday,
August 10, 2009 at 7:00
p.m. at the office of the director
of schools with the following
members present:
John Reagan, Chairman,
Terrell Garner, Jerry
Mitchell and Jimmy Storie.
•Motion by Jerry Mitchell
seconded by John Reagan to
adopt the agenda and approve
the minutes from the
July 9, 2009 meeting. Motion
passed.
•Motion by Jerry Mitchell
seconded by John Reagan to
reject all bids for Double
Deck Convection Oven at K-
8 school. This will be re-bid.
Motion passed.
•Motion by John Reagan
seconded by Jimmy Storie to
approve the Charge Policy
for Food Service - second
reading. Motion passed.
•Motion by Jimmy Storie
and seconded by Jerry
Mitchell to approve changes
to school handbooks as presented
by the principals.
Motion passed.
•Motion by Jimmy Storie
and seconded by Terrell
Garner to approve the General
Purpose Budget for
2009-2010 as presented by
the directors of schools. Motion
passed.
•Motion by Jerry Mitchell
and seconded by John Reagan
to approve the Central
Cafeteria Fund Budget for
2009-2010 as presented by
the directors of schools. Motion
passed.
•Motion by John Reagan
and seconded by Jimmy Storie
to approve the 2009-2010
Federal Projects Budget as
presented by the director of
schools an any necessary
amendments or addendums
as approved by the Tennessee
Department of Education
for 2009-2010. Motion
passed.
•Motion by Jimmy Storie
seconded by John Reagan to
amend policy #5.300-Short
Term Leaves of Absence.
First reading.
•Motion by Jerry Mitchell
seconded by John Reagan to
amend policy #3.400 - Student
Transportation Management.
First reading. Motion
passed.
•Motion by jimmy Storie
seconded by John Reagan to
amend policy# 4.401 - textbook
Selection, Distribution
and Care. First Reading.
Motion passed.
•Motion by Jimmy Storie
seconded by Terrell Garner
to adjourn. Motion passed

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