Volume 51, Number 30

eighteen pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, July 24, 2014

Pickett School Board approves salary increase for all employees

The Pickett County Board of Education met Monday, July 8, 2013 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 Terrell Garner seconded by John Reagan to adopt the agenda and approve the minutes from the June 10, 2013 meeting. All ayes. Motion carried.
Motion by Jerry Mitchell seconded by John Reagan to table motion two (changes to Food Service Charge Policy) and motion three (changes to full lunch prices) until the August meeting. All ayes. Motion carried.
Motion by Jimmy Storie seconded by Terrell Garner to approve the following policies- second reading: 1.802 Section 504 and ADA Grievance Procedures, 5.305 Family and Medical Leave, 6.309 Zero Tolerance Offenses, 6.206 Transfers Within System, 5.307 Physical Assault Leave. All ayes. Motion carried.
Motion by Jerry Mitchell seconded by John Reagan to approve the following policies - first reading: 3.202 Emergency Preparedness Plan, 6.316 Suspension/Expulsion/Remand, 4.301 Interscholastic Athletics. All ayes. Motion carried.
Motion by Jimmy Storie seconded by Terrell Garner to approve a 1.5% salary increase for all employees for 2013-14. All ayes. Motion carried.
Motion by Jimmy Storie seconded by John Reagan to adjourn. All ayes. Motion carried.

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