Putnam City Board of Education Meeting Minutes
June 2001



BOARD OF EDUCATION REGULAR MEETING
Thursday, June 7, 2001

The Putnam City Schools Board of Education of Independent School District No. One of Oklahoma County, State of Oklahoma, met in regular session Thursday, June 7, 2001 at 5:30 p.m. in the Board Room at the Administration Building, 5401 NW 40th, Oklahoma City. The agenda and meeting notice were posted on Monday, June 4, 2001 at 3:00 p.m. in accordance with 25 O.S. § 311.

Members present: Melinda Johnson, president; Sue Sullivan, vice-president; Julie Jenison, Gail LoPresto, and Earl Stewart, members; Superintendent Dr. Jim Capps; Andrea Nowlin, clerk and others.

ITEM #1 – INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE – MIKE FRY.

Mrs. Johnson introduced Director of Student Services, Mike Fry, who led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.

ITEM #2 – PUBLIC PARTICIPATION.

There were three requests to speak to the Board. Ms. Anna Harman, Ms. Christine McDonald, and Ms. Jeanette Buttram of the Deaf Education Action Force and the J. Schuyler Long Academy of the Deaf, spoke to the Board about accepting the school as a district charter school.

ITEM # 3 – CONSENT AGENDA: ALL OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS, WHICH CONCERN REPORTS AND ITEMS OF A ROUTINE NATURE NORMALLY APPROVED AT BOARD MEETINGS, WILL BE APPROVED BY ONE VOTE UNLESS ANY BOARD MEMBER DESIRES TO HAVE A SEPARATE VOTE ON ANY OR ALL OF THESE ITEMS. THE CONSENT AGENDA CONSISTS OF THE DISCUSSION, CONSIDERATION, AND APPROVAL OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

Mrs. Sullivan made a motion to approve the consent agenda as presented. Mrs. LoPresto seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Jenison, aye; Johnson, aye.

a. Minutes for regular board meeting May 21, 2001.

b. Financial report and bimonthly bills for purchase order numbers 200110055 through 200110156 for time period from May 15, 2001 to May 29, 2001.

c. School Activity Fund transfer list including Central Intermediate, Northridge Elementary, Cooper Middle School, Mayfield Middle School, Putnam City North High School, and Putnam City West High School.

d. School Activity Fund Subaccount Request list for Library Media Services.

e. School Activity Fund-raisers including Putnam City High School, car hopping ($350.00); and Putnam City West High School, Shop Night at Zany Brainy ($450.00).

f. Artist in Residence (AIR) for Northridge Elementary, Tulakes Elementary, and Putnam City North High School.

g. Contract Renewal with Waste Management Disposal for the 2001-2002 fiscal year. $34,184.76 (General Fund)

h. Declaration of obsolete and/or surplus items.

i. Overnight travel requests as submitted under separate cover.

j. Out of state trip:

Putnam City High School publications’ students to the Gloria Shields County Schools’ Workshop, in Dallas, Texas on July 8 – 12, 2001.

k. Retirements and resignations as listed on Attachment A.

ITEM #4 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON RECOMMENDATION OF EMPLOYMENT OF NEW PERSONNEL AS LISTED ON ATTACHMENT A.

Dr. Capps stated there was an amendment to the employment of new personnel as listed on Attachment A. Mrs. Sullivan made a motion to approve the amended recommendation of employment of new personnel as listed on Attachment A to these minutes. Mrs. LoPresto seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Jenison, aye; Johnson, aye.

ITEM #5 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON MOTION TO APPROVE THE CONTRACT FOR LEGAL SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE CENTER FOR EDUCATION LAW FOR THE 2001-2002 SCHOOL YEAR.

Mr. Stewart made a motion to approve the contract for legal services provided by The Center for Education Law for the 2001-2002 school year. Mrs. LoPresto seconded the motion. The terms of the contract remain the same, with no increase in the fees or the reimbursement of expenses. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Jenison, aye; Johnson, aye.

ITEM #6 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON MOTION ON APPROVAL OF TEMPORARY APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2001-2002.

Mrs. LoPresto made a motion to approve the Temporary Appropriations for Fiscal Year 2001-2002. Mrs. Sullivan seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Jenison, aye; Johnson, aye.

ITEM #7 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON APPROVAL OF LIST OF OPEN TRANSFERS INTO PUTNAM CITY SCHOOLS FOR THE 2001-2002 SCHOOL YEAR.

Mr. Stewart made a motion to approve the list of Open Transfers into Putnam City Schools for the 2001-2002 school year. Mrs. Jenison seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Jenison, aye; Johnson, aye.

The list of approved Open Transfers are listed below:

PUTNAM CITY SCHOOLS
NEW ELEMENTARY OPEN TRANSFERS
APPROVED FOR 2001-02

NAME

GRADE
SENDING SCHOOL

DISTRICT

TOTAL

Blackshear, Annissa
2nd
Bethany

Kelley, Paige Kaitlyn
Kdg
Bethany

McRae, Connor Lee
Kdg
Bethany

McRae, Megan Vestal
3rd
Bethany

Bethany
4

Morrow, Macie Jordan
Kdg
Choctaw-Nicoma Park

Choctaw-Nicoma Park
1

McGinnis, Mitchell
1st
Deer Creek

McGinnis, Patrick
5th
Deer Creek

Steen, Katie
Pre-K
Deer Creek

Deer Creek
3

Esmon, Cameron Bryce
Pre-K
Edmond

Edmond
1

Albertson, Shaughnessy
Pre-K
El Reno

Garner, Halee Nicolle
Kdg
El Reno

El Reno
2

Meyer, Nathan Michael
Pre-K
Mid-Del

Mid-Del
1

Pounds, James Aaron
Kdg
Moore

Moore
1

James, Jessica Ann
Kdg
Mustang

Mustang
1

Chapman, Ryan James
Kdg
Norman

Norman
1

Biglow, Aaliyah
Pre-K
OKC

Biglow, Lataryn
Pre-K
OKC

Biglow, Tre'von Shaquille
1st
OKC

Brown, Madeline Sue
4th
OKC

Burnough, Marcus Allen
2nd
OKC

Burnough, Tyanne Nicole
4th
OKC

Chandler, Trevor
Pre-K
OKC

Dedmon, Tyler Bernard
Kdg
OKC

Downs, Braden Allen
2nd
OKC

Estrada, Amanda
3rd
OKC

Fanshier-Deford, Aaron Joseph
2nd
OKC

Foerster-Hunzicker, Jack Landis
Kdg
OKC

Godoy, Jennifer Alexandra
Kdg
OKC

Godoy, Victor Alfonso
5th
OKC

Gray, Andrew Laney
4th
OKC

Grayson, Keith Hardy
Pre-K
OKC

Hamilton, Miranda Celeste
Kdg
OKC

Hamilton, Valerie Aiden
Pre-K
OKC

Hardridge, Kyah
3rd
OKC

Hardridge, Ronald
5th
OKC

Hawkins, Cody Christian
2nd
OKC

Hawkins, Landon Lantz
2nd
OKC

Heffington, Hunter Christian
Kdg
OKC

Joseph, Emmalie
Pre-K
OKC

Joseph, William T.
3rd
OKC

Lehman, Jordan Danielle
2nd
OKC

Lehman, Kaitlyn Noelle
Kdg
OKC

Lentz, Amber Jayne
Pre-K
OKC

Manley, Taelor Shae
Pre-K
OKC

McLeroy, Bryttnie Nychole
1st
OKC

McLeroy, Eathan R.
Pre-K
OKC

Perry, Mitchell Wayne
Kdg
OKC

Perry, Montana Stone
Kdg
OKC

Pruitt, Gwendolynn Camille
Kdg
OKC

Rampersad, Raymond Don
Kdg
OKC

Rhodes, Spencer
Pre-K
OKC

Robinson, Emily Claire
1st
OKC

Smith, Brendon Scott
Pre-K
OKC

Smith, Patrick Ian Dale
Kdg
OKC

Stanbrough, Jordan Nicole
Kdg
OKC

Stark, Rachel
Pre-K
OKC

Wilkinson, Joshua Robert
2nd
OKC

Wolfe, Rachel Nicole
Pre-K
OKC

OKC
43

Bolin, Madison Leigh
2nd
Piedmont

Kuruvilla, Anita Lynn
Kdg
Piedmont

Nguyen, Vincent Vinh
1st
Piedmont

Peters, Cameron James
Kdg
Piedmont

Saxton, Caleb Scott
Kdg
Piedmont

Swart, Colton Ray
Kdg
Piedmont

Piedmont
6

Baurichter, Taylor Annj
Kdg
Western Heights

Lowry, Tyler O.
Kdg
Western Heights

Pham, Vincent
Kdg
Western Heights

Thomas, Caylen
1st
Western Heights

Whitfield, Brittney
5th
Western Heights

Whitfield, Markus
3rd
Western Heights

Western Heights
6

Bowhay, Brandon Parrish
Kdg
Yukon

Fairsheets, Jessica
3rd
Yukon

Harris, Tyler Shawn David
5th
Yukon

Hart, Kevin Glenn
Kdg
Yukon

James, Amber
Pre-K
Yukon

Over, Noah Timothy
2nd
Yukon

Parks, Logan Michael
Kdg
Yukon

St. Clair, Kayla Nicole
4th
Yukon

Yukon
8

NEW APPROVED TRANSFERS
TOTAL
78

PUTNAM CITY SCHOOLS
NEW SECONDARY OPEN TRANSFERS
APPROVED FOR 2001-02

Name
Grade
Sending School District
Total

Cox, Donald Ray
7
Bridge Creek

Bridge Creek
1

Radons, Ryan Matthew
6
Cashion

Cashion
1

Lamb, Steven Tate
10
Deer Creek

Muchmore, Rachel Kathleen
12
Deer Creek

Rhodes, Hunter McCall
7
Deer Creek

Rhodes, Lucas Tyson
11
Deer Creek

Deer Creek
4

Jo, Myung Chul (Daniel)
11
Edmond

Whitley, Jennifer Lee
10
Edmond

Edmond
2

Nash, Michael Dewayne
12
Mid-Del

Mid-Del
1

Klinglesmith, Chelsea
8
Moore

Moore
1

Bell, Blake Alan
10
OKC

Benson, Brittney N.
9
OKC

Burch, Fashion'net Lakate
9
OKC

Burnough, Kayla Michelle
6
OKC

Cartwright, Kelly Ann
9
OKC

Case, Brandon Logan
9
OKC

Clevenger, Andrea Nicole
11
OKC

Crowley, Ean Michael
9
OKC

Dockery, Michael David
10
OKC

Estrada, Celia
6
OKC

Fanshier, Melissa Nicole
10
OKC

Farrell, Aimee Laulette
10
OKC

Glover, Jonathan M.
9
OKC

Graham, Stephanie Lynne
11
OKC

Graham, Taylor Earl
9
OKC

Holland, Dan Scott
9
OKC

Lewis, Jonathan S.
9
OKC

Migliaccio, Nicholas R.
10
OKC

Ontiveros, Diana
10
OKC

Ontiveros, Richard, III
9
OKC

Picon, Jonathan Antonio
9
OKC

Ruquet, Ben John
9
OKC

Shepard, Alyson Marie
10
OKC

Sutton-Smith, Shauna G.
10
OKC

Vance, Jordan K.
6
OKC

Vincent, Andrew Steven
6
OKC

Watts, Krishelle Jane
6
OKC

Weiszbrod, Heather Jayne
9
OKC

OKC
28

Millican, Lindsey Anne
10
Piedmont

Piedmont
1

Daniels, Melvin V.
7
Western Heights

Erisman, Claudia Palmer
9
Western Heights

Erisman, Marian Paige
7
Western Heights

Evans, Cory James
7
Western Heights

Lamirand, Amanda Jo
9
Western Heights

Shriver, Jamie
12
Western Heights

Whitfield, Antonio D.
6
Western Heights

Whitfield, Lakiesha L.
8
Western Heights

Western Heights
8

Averso, Megan Elizabeth
12
Yukon

Bock, Valerie
11
Yukon

Bowhay, Jamee Noel
7
Yukon

Diffee, Courtland Conner
7
Yukon

Diffee, Jeffrey Chandler
7
Yukon

Diffee, Meredith Denise
9
Yukon

Diffee, Victor Cody
12
Yukon

Hedin, Amber L.
10
Yukon

Hedin, Echo L.
11
Yukon

McKamie, Chadwick Austin
12
Yukon

Parker, Brittany Nichole
10
Yukon

Parker, Christopher James
11
Yukon

Paxton, Krista Nicole
11
Yukon

Stoner, Linsi Dale
10
Yukon

Winnicki, Charles "Michael"
9
Yukon

Yukon
15

Total Approved Open Transfers
62

ITEM #8 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON MOTION FOR APPROVAL OF AGREEMENT WITH OK COUNTY TO RESURFACE THE STUDENT PARKING AREA AT PUTNAM CITY WEST HIGH SCHOOL.

Dr. Capps stated a law that was passed two years ago gives the county and the city the right to use manpower to work on school related projects. Following discussion, Mrs. LoPresto made a motion to allow Dr. Capps to enter into a contract with the Oklahoma County for resurfacing the student

parking area at Putnam City West High School not to exceed $66,000.00. Mrs. Stewart seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Jenison, aye; Johnson, aye.

ITEM #9 – SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORT.

Dr. Capps reported:

The National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) is studying the top 100 middle and junior high schools in the nation in order to write a report so that other schools can emulate their good practices. Dr. Don Wentroth of Western Oaks Middle School filled out a lengthy survey for the NASSP that gave a detailed picture of Western Oaks and how it is structured. Of 300 schools nationwide nominated for the NASSP recognition, Western Oaks is one of 89 the organization has so far identified as "clearly very effective."
A quick update on bond projects approved by voters in 2000: The PC Center now houses the Campus Police Department. The District Enrollment Center is the next area to be developed in the PC Center. Four new police cars have been delivered and are being detailed with police equipment. Installation of artificial turf at Putnam City Stadium is proceeding on schedule. The turf will go down after one more level of rock is installed. Recent heavy rains have demonstrated the field’s drainage system works as designed. Bids will be opened on Wednesday, June 27th for the Mayfield Middle School classroom addition. The HVAC equipment at James L. Dennis is being installed. Carpet and tile projects have been bid and ordered for several sites for summer installation. New aluminum planks have been ordered for the middle school stadium and should be installed this summer.
ITEM #10 – COMMENTS BY BOARD MEMBERS.

Mrs. Sullivan thanked the three guests for their presentations to the Board. Mrs. Sullivan thanked District employees who cleaned up after the recent storm damage. Mrs. Sullivan thanked Dr. Capps for the tour of the Campus Police Department, which has moved to the newly renovated PC Center.

Mrs. LoPresto thanked Dr. Capps for the tour of the PC Center and for the update on Bond projects. Mrs. LoPresto complimented employees who work through the summer to prepare the buildings for each new school year.

ITEM #11 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON A MOTION TO ENTER INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION TO DISCUSS THE TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2001-2002, PURSUANT TO 25 O.S. §307 (B)(1) AND TO DISCUSS THE APPOINTMENT/EMPLOYMENT OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRINCIPALS AND ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS PURSUANT TO 25 O.S. §307 (B)(1).

Mr. Stewart made a motion at 5:36 p.m. to enter into executive session to discuss the terms of employment of the Superintendent for Fiscal Year 2001-2002, pursuant to 25 O.S. § 307 (B)(1) and to discuss the appointment/employment of elementary school principals and assistant principals pursuant to 25 O.S. §307 (B)(1). Mrs. LoPresto seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Jenison, aye; Johnson, aye.

ITEM #12 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON MOTION TO RETURN TO OPEN MEETING AND TO REQUEST THE BOARD CLERK TO RECORD THE MINTUES OF THE EXECUTIVE SESSION.

Mr. Stewart made a motion at 8:21 p.m. to return to open meeting and to request the Board Clerk to record the minutes of the executive session. Mrs. Sullivan seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Jenison, aye; Johnson, aye.

Minutes of Executive Session: Board members, Melinda Johnson, Sue Sullivan, Gail LoPresto, Earl Stewart, and Julie Jenison; Administrators, Dr. Ann Millerborg, Dr. Jim Capps, Sue Kuntze, Shannon Meeks; and Linda Meoli, legal counsel, met in executive session to discuss the terms of employment of the Superintendent for Fiscal Year 2001-2002, pursuant to 25 O.S. §307 (B)(1) and to discuss the appointment/employment of elementary school principals pursuant to 25 O.S. §307 (B)(1).

No action was taken.

ITEM #13 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON MOTION TO APPROVE THE TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT FOR THE SUPERINTENDENT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2001-2002.

Mrs. Sullivan made a motion to approve the terms of employment as contained in the addendum for the Superintendent for Fiscal Year 2001-2002. Mr. Stewart seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Jenison, aye; Johnson, aye.

ITEM #14 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON MOTION TO APPOINT/EMPLOY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRINCIPALS.

Dr. Capps announced transfers in elementary school principals. Stephanie Treadway is being transferred to Dennis Elementary from Kirkland Elementary. Ron Christy is being transferred from Northridge Elementary to Western Oaks Elementary. Dr. Capps also announced Kathy Nauman is stepping down as principal at Central Elementary.

Mrs. LoPresto made a motion to appoint/employ Lee Ann Teasley as Kirkland Elementary principal. Mrs. Jenison seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Jenison, aye; Johnson, aye.

Mrs. LoPresto made a motion to appoint/employ Phyllis Harris as Northridge Elementary principal. Mrs. Jenison seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Jenison, aye; Johnson, aye.

Mrs. LoPresto made a motion to employ Sue Hooper as Wiley Post Elementary principal. Mrs. Jenison seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Jenison, aye; Johnson, nay.

ITEM #15 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON MOTION FOR NEW BUSINESS.

There was no new business.

ITEM #16 – CONDUCT A WORK SESSION ON HIGH SCHOOLS THAT WORK.

Mrs. Johnson stated the intent of the work session is to review each of the responses to board-generated questions on Highs Schools That Work. The process continued to the 2nd page of the responses. Mrs. Johnson stated due to the time, the meeting would be stopped at this point.

ITEM #17 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON MOTION TO ADJOURN.

Mrs. Sullivan made a motion at 9:30 p.m. to adjourn the meeting. Mrs. LoPresto seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Jenison, aye; Johnson, aye.


BOARD OF EDUCATION SPECIAL MEETING
Monday, June 18, 2001

The Board of Education of Independent School District No. One of Oklahoma County, Oklahoma met in special session in said school district on Monday, June 18, 2001 at 5:30 p.m. in the Board Room, 5401 N. W. 40th, Oklahoma City. The agenda and meeting notice were posted at 12:00 o’clock noon on the 15th day of June 2001, in accordance with 25 O.S. §311. This meeting consisted of a work session for the purpose of discussions between the Board of Education and the Administration concerning the item listed on this agenda with no action to be taken.

ITEM #1 – CALL TO ORDER AND RECORDING OF MEMBERS PRESENT AND ABSENT.

President Melinda Johnson called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m. Members present: Sue Sullivan, vice-president; Julie Jenison, Gail LoPresto, and Earl Stewart, members; Superintendent Dr. Jim Capps; Andrea Nowlin, clerk; and others.

ITEM #2 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON MOTION TO ENTER INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION TO DISCUSS THE JOB PERFORMANCE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT’S TEAM PURSUANT TO 25 O.S. §307 (B)(1) AND (B)(7).

Mrs. Sullivan made a motion at 5:33 p.m. to enter into executive session to discuss the job performance of the Superintendent’s Team pursuant to 25 O.S. §307 (B)(1) and (B)(7). Mr. Stewart seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Jenison, aye; Johnson, aye.

ITEM #3 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON MOTION TO RETURN TO OPEN MEETING AND TO REQUEST THE BOARD CLERK TO RECORD THE MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE SESSION.

Mrs. Sullivan made a motion at 8:17 p.m. to return to open meeting and to request the Board Clerk to record the minutes of the executive session.

Minutes of Executive Session: Board members, Melinda Johnson, Sue Sullivan, Gail LoPresto, Earl Stewart, and Julie Jenison; Administrators, Dr. Jim Capps, Dr. Ann Millerborg, Dr. Eugene Parsons, Dr. Melani Mouse, Steve Myers, Glen Kastner, Mike Fry, Sue Kuntze; and Linda Meoli, legal counsel; met in executive session to discuss the job performance of the Superintendent’s Team pursuant to 25 O.S. §307 (B)(1) and (B)(7).

No action was taken.

ITEM #4 – CONDUCT OF A WORK SESSION FOR THE PURPOSE OF DISCUSSIONS BETWEEN THE BOARD OF EDUCATION AND THE ADMINISTRATION REGARDING DISTRICT AND BOARD OF EDUCATION GOALS FOR THE 2001-2002 SCHOOL YEAR.

Mrs. Johnson initiated a discussion on District and Board of Education goals between Board members and administration present at the meeting.

ITEM #5 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON A MOTION TO ADJOURN.

Mrs. Sullivan made a motion to adjourn at 8:58 p.m. Mr. Stewart seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Jenison, aye; Stewart, aye; Johnson, aye.


BOARD OF EDUCATION REGULAR MEETING
Thursday, June 28, 2001

The Putnam City Schools Board of Education of Independent School District No. One of Oklahoma County, State of Oklahoma, met in regular session Thursday, June 28, 2001 at 5:30 p.m. in the Board Room at the Administration Building, 5401 NW 40th, Oklahoma City. The agenda and meeting notice were posted on Monday, June 25, 2001 at 3:00 p.m. in accordance with 25 O.S. § 311.

Members present: Melinda Johnson, president; Sue Sullivan, vice-president; Gail LoPresto, and Earl Stewart, members; Superintendent Dr. Jim Capps; Andrea Nowlin, clerk and others. Julie Jenison, member, was absent.

ITEM #1 – INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE – DR ANN MILLERBORG.

Mrs. Johnson introduced Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources, Dr. Ann Millerborg, who led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.

ITEM #2 – PUBLIC PARTICIPATION.

There were no requests from the public to speak during public participation.

ITEM # 3 – CONSENT AGENDA: ALL OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS, WHICH CONCERN REPORTS AND ITEMS OF A ROUTINE NATURE NORMALLY APPROVED AT BOARD MEETINGS, WILL BE APPROVED BY ONE VOTE UNLESS ANY BOARD MEMBER DESIRES TO HAVE A SEPARATE VOTE ON ANY OR ALL OF THESE ITEMS. THE CONSENT AGENDA CONSISTS OF THE DISCUSSION, CONSIDERATION, AND APPROVAL OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

Mrs. Johnson announced item d. School Activity Fund Subaccount Request list was to be tabled for revision. Mrs. Johnson also announced there was a correction to Resignations on Attachment A. Michelle Fanshier, paraprofessional at Putnam City West, was listed as certified personnel and should be listed as support personnel. Mrs. Sullivan made a motion to approve the consent agenda with item d. School Activity Fund Subaccount Request list tabled for revision and with the amended Resignation on Attachment A listing Michelle Fanshier as support personnel. Mr. Stewart seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Johnson, aye.

a. Minutes for regular board meeting June 7, 2001 and special board meeting June 18, 2001.

b. Financial report and bimonthly bills for purchase order numbers 200110157 through 200110290 for time period from May 30, 2001 to June 19, 2001.

c. School Activity Fund transfer list including Wiley Post Elementary, Mayfield Middle School, Putnam City North and Putnam City West High School.

d. School Activity Fund Subaccount Request list including Putnam City North High School.

e. Elementary and Secondary Contracts including Central Intermediate, Wagner Studio, Inc. (student pictures/35% commission), All 4 Kids, (gift catalog sale/45% commission); Rollingwood Elementary, Wagner Studio Inc. (students pictures/35% commission), Inkling Design, (Tee and sweatshirt sale/$7.75-$16.50).

f. Declaration of obsolete and/or surplus items.

g. Maintenance agreement with A.B. Dick for district risographs. $17,117.00 (General Fund)

h. Affiliation Agreement with the Board of Regents of University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center College of Allied Health.

i. Affiliation Agreement with Oklahoma City Community College.

j. Project HOPE Memorandum of Agreement.

k. Naming Dr. Eugene Parsons as 2001-2002 Title VI district representative.

l. Renewal of MacSpec Software and Support Agreement. $9,360.00 (General Fund 02-11-094)

m. Renewal of Novell School License Agreement. $68,271.00 (General Fund 02-11-094)

n. Renewal of PRONET Annual Maintenance Agreement. $3,000.00 (General Fund 02-11-094)

o. Annual payment of OneNet for access to the Internet. $21,000.00 (General Fund 02-11-094)

p. Annual renewal of National Computer Systems Software Support Agreement for CIMS. $45,467.00 (General Fund 02-11-094)

q. Annual Maintenance Agreement for SEMS. $5,100.00 (General Fund 02-11-094)

r. Renewal of National Computer Systems (NCS) SASIxp Licensed Product Support Agreement for InteGrade Pro. $8,280.00 (General Fund 0-11-094)

s. Renewal of National Computer Systems (NCS) SASIxp Licensed Product Support Agreement. $44,812.29 (General Fund 02-11-094)

t. Annual renewal of Support Agreement for the AS400. $19,597.57 (General Fund 02-11-094)

u. Annual payment to Cox Business Services for Wide Area Network (WAN) Connectivity. $336,000.00 (General Fund 02-11-094)

v. Omnimusic Annual Blanket License Agreement. $2,050.00 (General Fund 02-11-077)

w. Overnight travel requests as submitted under separate cover.

x. Retirements and resignations as listed on Attachment A.

ITEM #4 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON RECOMMENDATION OF EMPLOYMENT OF NEW PERSONNEL AS LISTED ON ATTACHMENT A.

Mrs. Sullivan made a motion to approve the employment of new personnel as listed on Attachment A to these minutes. Mrs. LoPresto seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Johnson, aye.

ITEM #5 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON A MOTION FOR APPROVAL OF LOW/BEST BID FOR CLASSROOM ADDITION AT MAYFIELD MIDDLE SCHOOL.

Dr. Capps reported that bids were opened Wednesday, June 27, 2001 at 3:00 p.m. Pope Contracting, Inc. submitted the low bid ($1,372,500.00).

Mr. Stewart made a motion to approve the low bid of Pope Contracting, Inc. for classroom addition at Mayfield Middle School. Mrs. LoPresto seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Johnson, aye.

ITEM #6 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON MOTION FOR RENEWAL OF DISTRICT CONTRACT WITH THE PUTNAM CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS FOUNDATION FOR THE 2001-2002 SCHOOL YEAR.

Mrs. LoPresto made a motion to approve renewal of district contract with the Putnam City Public Schools Foundation for the 2001-2002 school year. Mrs. Sullivan seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Johnson, aye.

ITEM #7 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON RECOMMENDATION FOR ANNUAL INSURANCE RENEWAL FOR THE 2001-2002 SCHOOL YEAR.

Dr. Capps stated Robert Medley and Gerald Keeton are present and available to answer questions regarding the annual insurance renewal.

Mrs. Sullivan made a motion to approve recommendation for annual insurance renewal for the 2001-2002 school year. Mr. Stewart seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Johnson, aye.

ITEM #8 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON APPROVAL OF THE RENEWAL CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN PUTNAM CITY SCHOOLS AND INTERCEPT, INC. FOR THE 2001-2002 SCHOOL YEAR. $40,000.00 ($31,615.00 GRANT MONEY, $8,385.00 GENERAL FUND).

Mrs. LoPresto made a motion to approve the Renewal Contractual Agreement between Putnam City Schools and Intercept, Inc. Mr. Stewart seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Johnson, aye.

ITEM #9 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON MOTION TO APPROVE PROPOSED REVISION OF BOARD POLICY CF – TRAVEL AND EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT.

Dr. Capps stated there are two corrections to the proposed revision of Board Policy CF – Travel and Expense Reimbursement. In the first paragraph, the sentence in bold State law does not allow travel reimbursement to independent contractors should be deleted. The underlined statement but not to independent contractors should have the underline removed.

Mrs. Sullivan made a motion to approve proposed revision of Board Policy CF - Travel and Expense Reimbursement with the sentence in bold (State law does not allow travel reimbursement to independent contractors) deleted and the underline removed from (but not to independent contractors). Mr. Stewart seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Johnson, aye.

ITEM #10 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON MOTION TO APPOINT STEVEN F. MYERS AS THE DISTRICT TREASURER FOR THE 2001-2002 SCHOOL YEAR.

Mrs. LoPresto made a motion to appoint Steven F. Myers as the District Treasurer for the 2001-2002 school year. Mr. Stewart seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Johnson, aye.

ITEM #11 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON MOTION TO APPOINT NANCY ELLIS AS THE DISTRICT ASSISTANT TREASURER FOR THE 2001-2002 SCHOOL YEAR.

Mrs. LoPresto made a motion to appoint Nancy Ellis as the District Assistant Treasurer for the 2001-2002 school year. Mrs. Sullivan seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Johnson, aye.

ITEM #12 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON MOTION TO APPROVE THE SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FY 2001 CHILD NUTRITION FUND.

Mrs. Sullivan made a motion to approve the supplemental appropriations for the FY 2001 Child Nutrition Fund. Mrs. LoPresto seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Johnson, aye.

ITEM #13 – SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORT.

Dr. Capps said he appreciated the teachers and administrators who had given of their time this summer to attend professional development offerings. He also reported on the progress made on the Putnam City football field turf and Flagpole Plaza.

ITEM #14 – COMMENTS BY BOARD MEMBERS.

Mrs. Sullivan commented on a teacher’s great learning experience at Great Expectations. She also thanked Dr. Capps for the report on the new football field turf and Flagpole Plaza.

Mr. Stewart commented on the heavy equipment at PCW and the work being done there.

Mrs. Johnson said she enjoyed listening to presentations by teachers who had participated in "externships" in order to bring relevant information back to the classroom in the fall.

ITEM #15 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON A MOTION TO ENTER INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION TO DISCUSS THE APPOINTMENT/EMPLOYMENT OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS AND MIDDLE SCHOOL INTERNS PURSUANT TO 25 O.S. §307 (B)(1).

Mr. Stewart made a motion at 5:54 p.m. to enter into executive session to discuss the appointment/employment of elementary school assistant principals and middle school interns pursuant to 25 O.S. §307 (B)(1). Mrs. Sullivan seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Johnson, aye.

ITEM #16 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON MOTION TO RETURN TO OPEN MEETING AND TO REQUEST THE BOARD CLERK TO RECORD THE MINTUES OF THE EXECUTIVE SESSION.

Mr. Stewart made a motion at 6:57 p.m. to return to open meeting and to request the board clerk to record the minutes of the executive session. Mrs. Sullivan seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Johnson, aye.

Minutes of the Executive Session: Board members, Melinda Johnson, Sue Sullivan, Gail LoPresto, Earl Stewart; Administrators, Dr. Ann Millerborg, Dr. Melani Mouse, Sue Kuntze, and Dr. Jim Capps, met in executive session to discuss the appointment/employment of elementary assistant principals and middle school interns pursuant to 25 O.S. § 307 (B)(1).

No action was taken.

ITEM #17 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON MOTION TO APPOINT/EMPLOY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS.

Dr. Capps announced the recommendation of Pam Miller as assistant principal at Windsor Hills Elementary. Mrs. LoPresto made a motion to employ Pam Miller as assistant principal at Windsor Hills Elementary. Mrs. Sullivan seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Johnson, aye.

Dr. Capps announced the recommendation of Tim Haws as assistant principal at Wiley Post Elementary. Mr. Stewart made a motion to employ Tim Haws as assistant principal at Wiley Post Elementary. Mrs. LoPresto seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Johnson, aye.

Dr. Capps announced the recommendation of Barbara Crump as assistant principal at Hilldale Elementary. Mrs. LoPresto made a motion to employ Barbara Crump as assistant principal at Hilldale Elementary. Mrs. Sullivan seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Johnson, aye.

Dr. Capps also announced the assignment of Kelly Suchy as assistant principal at Western Oaks Elementary and Kathy Nauman as assistant principal at Tulakes Elementary.

ITEM #18 CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON MOTION TO APPOINT/EMPLOY MIDDLE SCHOOL INTERNS.

Dr. Capps announced the recommendation of Scott Graham as middle school intern at Central Middle School. Mrs. Sullivan made a motion to approve Scott Graham as middle school intern at Central Middle School. Mrs. LoPresto seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Johnson, aye.

ITEM #19 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON MOTION FOR NEW BUSINESS.

There was no new business.

ITEM #20 – CONSIDERATION OF AND VOTE ON MOTION TO ADJOURN.

Mrs. Sullivan made a motion at 7:02 p.m. to adjourn the meeting. Mrs. LoPresto seconded the motion. Vote: Sullivan, aye; LoPresto, aye; Stewart, aye; Jenison, aye; Johnson, aye.