Minutes Regular Meeting February 26, 2018

WOODLAND SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 404
DIRECTOR'S MEETING MINUTES

February 26, 2018, 5:30 p.m.
Regular Meeting-Woodland High School Room 2203

MEMBERS PRESENT

Janice Watts, Sarah Stuart, Lesa Beuscher, Matt Donald, Steve Madsen, Hannah Landrigan-Student Representative, Michael Green-Board Secretary and Nicole Galloway-Recording Secretary

OTHERS PRESENT

Asha Riley, Laura Perry, Stacy Brown, Scott Landrigan and Jake Hall

CALL TO ORDER

President Janice Watts called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m.

CITIZENS REQUESTS TO ADDRESS THE BOARD ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS

There were no citizen requests to comment on non-agenda items.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

Director Beuscher moved to approve the minutes from January 22, 2018, and February 12, 2018.

Director Watts – yes
Director Stuart – yes
Director Beuscher – yes
Director Donald – yes
Director Madsen – yes

REPORTS TO THE BOARD

Student Representative Report

Hannah Landrigan reported that spring sports and drama club auditions started today. TOLO was a huge success and a great fundraiser for the sophomore class.

Director Donald & Madsen commented on the success of the father-daughter ball.

The directors had some questions for Asha Riley regarding the math adoption process and Scott Landrigan regarding the surveillance cameras that will be able to be viewed by the Woodland Police department.

BOARD REPORTS, REQUESTS AND COMMENTS

Director Madsen reminded everyone of the upcoming $50 for 20 Scholarship Trust Fund fundraising event on March 9th at Woodland High School.

CONSENT AGENDA

Director Madsen moved to approve the consent agenda.

Director Watts – yes
Director Stuart – yes
Director Beuscher – yes
Director Donald – yes
Director Madsen – yes

DISCUSSION ITEMS

Board Representative Opportunities

Director Beuscher volunteered to be on the upcoming 2019-20 calendar committee.

Director Stuart & Watts volunteered to participate on the Woodland Intermediate School principal selection advisory committee.

Student Board Representative Survey

For the last couple of months, Hannah Landrigan has been busy collecting survey data from the Woodland High School students. She visited every advisory class in efforts to reach each and every student and asked them to provide details of any concerns, questions, issues, or suggestions. Hannah received responses from 300 students and presented a PowerPoint presentation to the school board with the results. There were many different areas commented on by the students, however, two were the definite standouts.

First, the students would like to see an open campus again at WHS. Suggestions were made to have restrictions on this privilege to only allow upperclassman or students with passing grades. Hannah noted that many of the students, including herself, didn’t know why the open campus was removed when the new high school was built.

Second, 75% of the students that commented on advisory would like to see it be removed from their schedules. Comments were noted that students felt it was a waste of time and students would rather have longer class times or a longer lunch. Hannah did note that these survey results were collected before they changed advisory to being credited so some of the students may have changed their option.

The board thanked Hannah for her hard work. Superintendent Green also informed the board that WHS principal, John Shoup, would be meeting with the ASB students on these results, and providing opportunity for increased student voice.   Board President Watts encouraged Hannah to first work with Mr. Shoup to address student concerns.

Board Self-Assessment Survey

All the directors were open to the survey. Superintendent Green will be sending them the information soon.

First Reading of Revisions to Policy 3432-Emergencies

The directors had many questions for Scott Landrigan and are excited to dig deeper into this topic during the April board workshop, Facilities and Safety. With no objections, this policy will be presented for second reading and approval at the next month’s board meeting.

First Reading of New Policy 3423 – Diapering of Students

With no objections, this policy will be presented for second reading and approval at the next board meeting.

ADJOURNMENT

President Watts adjourned at 6:32 p.m.

 

 

ATTEST:

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Secretary to the Board

WOODLAND SCHOOL DISTRICT #404
BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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