Volume 51, Number 35

twelve pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, August 28, 2014

Pickett Board of Education September 8th meeting

The Pickett County Board of Education met Monday, September 8, 2008 at 7:00 p.m. with the following members present: John Reagan, Chairman, Terrell Garner, Jerry Mitchell and Jimmy Storie.
*Motion by Terrell Garner seconded by John Reagan to adopt the agenda and approve the minutes from the August 12, 2008 meeting. All ayes, motion passed.
*Motion by Jimmy Storie, seconded by Terrell Garner to elect John Reagan as chairman for 2008-09. Jerry Mitchell-no, Jimmy Storie-yes, Terrell Garner-yes, John Reagan-pass. Motion carried.
*Motion by Jimmy Storie seconded by John Reagan to elect Terrell Garner as vice-chairman for 2008-09. All ayes. Motion approved.
*Motion by Jerry Mitchell seconded by John Reagan to accept the propane bid from Tri County for 1.789 per gallon for 2008-09. All ayes. Motion passed.
*Motion by John Reagan seconded by Jimmy Storie to approve revising Board Policy #3.601-Student Insurance Policy-Delete lines 1 through 6-2nd reading. All ayes. Motion carried.
*Motion by Terrell Garner seconded by Jerry Mitchell to approve revising Board Policy #4.501 School Volunteers-Add: Persons who volunteer on a regular basis must have a background check. 2nd reading. All ayes. Motion approved.
* Motion by Jimmy Storie seconded by Terrell Garner to change cell phone board policy to match K-8 and high school policies-2nd reading. All ayes. Motion passed.
*Motion by Jimmy Storie seconded by John Reagan to adjourn. All ayes. Motion carried.

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