Volume 52, Number 36

ten pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, September 3, 2015

Pickett Board of Education october 8th meeting

The Pickett County Board of Education met Thursday, October 8 at 7:00 p.m. at the office of the director of schools with the following members present: Jerry Mitchell, Chairman, Terrell Garner and Jimmy Storie. John Reagan was absent.
Motion by Jimmy Storie seconded by Terrell Garner to adopt the agenda and approve the minutes from the September 17, 2009 meeting. Motion passed.
Motion by Terrell Garner seconded by Jerry Mitchell to approve the Maintenance Contract with TSBA. Motion passed.
Motion by Jerry Mitchell seconded by Jimmy Storie to approve changes to the Fixed Asset policy - second reading. Motion passed.
Motion by Jimmy Storie and seconded by Terrell Garner to amend policy #4.6011 - Homework - second reading. Motion passed.
Motion by Jerry Mitchell seconded by Jimmy Storie to amend policy #4.602 - Class Ranking - second reading. Motion passed.
Motion by Jimmy Storie seconded by Terrell Garner to amend policy #6.313 Discipline Procedures - second reading. Motion passed.
Motion by Terrell Garner seconded by Jerry Mitchell to amend travel policy to set mileage rate at .46 per mile - second reading. Motion passed.
Motion by Jerry Mitchell seconded by Terrell Garner to approve General Purpose Budget Amendment #1 as presented by the director of schools. Motion passed.
Motion by Jimmy Storie seconded by Terrell Garner to approve Billy Garrett's request to take Ag students to National FFA Convention in

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