2019 Board of Education Meetings - ARCHIVE
BOE Recommended Areas of Reduction Presentation 011019
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Items for Board Discussion - Reductions Presentation
Superintendent Paul Otten presents recommended reductions to the Board of Education. The recommendations come as a result of the failed November levy initiative, which creates a loss of revenue for fiscal year 2019, and are intended to alleviate budget deficits projected in the district's Five-Year Forecast. Areas of proposed reduction and modification include building and department budgets, school day schedules, personnel, salary and benefits, hiring practices, athletics and student activities, and instructional programs.
Included in the presentation are proposals to increase transportation department efficiency by changing school day schedules as follows:
- Middle Schools (7:30 am - 2:15 pm)
- BHS, Ferguson Hall, Parkwood, Shaw (8:15 am - 3:00 pm)
- Fairbrook, Main, Trebein, Valley (9:00 am - 3:45 pm)
- Preschool AM (8:20 am - 11:00 am)
- Preschool PM (12:00 pm - 2:40 pm)
Professional Staff Member Work Day
- Middle School (7:15 am - 2:45 pm)
- BHS, Ferguson Hall (7:45 am - 3:15 pm)
- Parkwood, Shaw (8:00 am - 3:30 pm)
- Fairbrook, Main, Trebein, Valley (8:30 am - 4:00 pm)
- Preschool (7:45 am - 3:15 pm)
All schools will have a 6 hour and 45 minute student day. These schedule changes were approved by the Board of Education and will take effect starting with the 2019 - 2020 school year.
Details were provided for possible reductions and modifications if the May, 2019, emergency operating levy should fail. Areas covered were transportation, athletics and student activities, and instructional programs.
January 10 - Organizational Meeting
January 10 - Tax Budget Hearing
January 10 - Regular Board of Education Meeting
Retirement Recognition (23 minutes 10 seconds)
The Beavercreek City School District recognizes and thanks Ms. Jeanne Poling for her years of service.
XC Team Recognition (13 minutes 25 seconds)
The Beavercreek High School Girl's Cross Country team, lead by head coach Howard Russ, is recognized by the Board of Education for winning a state championship.
School Spotlight (30 seconds)
Main Elementary School students perform a portion of their Muse Machine musical.
New Business - Items For Board Action (1 hour 43 minutes 5 seconds )
The Board of Education approved placing the renewal of a 1.0 mill permanent improvement levy and a 6.15 mill emergency operating levy on the May 7 ballot.
Board of Education Meeting - February 14th, 2019
School Spotlight - Valley Elementary (1:25)
Principal Dan Schwieterman and students highlight Veterans Day activities at Valley Elementary.
Retirement Recognition (10:25)
The Board of Education recognizes the retirement of Karen Recher.
Soccer Team Recognition (21:05)
The Board of Education recognizes the Beavercreek High School girl's soccer team for winning a state championship.
JROTC Recognition (28:45)
Brian Rihm is recognized by the Board of Eduction for his appointment to the United States Military Academy at West Point.
Public Comments (33:30)
Approval of Resolution Recommending Proposed Reductions (1:07:45)
Redistricting Presentation (1:20:20)
Cropper GIS, Inc. presents committee and public recommendations for redistricting.
Program of Studies Presentation (1:38:35)
Assistant Superintendent Jason Enix updates the Board of Education about the 2019 - 2020 Program of Studies for the district's middle schools, Ferguson Hall Freshman School, and Beavercreek High School.
School Spotlight - Fairbrook Elementary (1:10)
Treasurer Presentation (8:50) - Beavercreek City Schools is presented with the Auditor of State Award with Distinction.
Retirement Recognitions (11:55) - Beavercreek City Schools accepts the resignations of Peggy VanOss and Molly Bauer for the purpose of retirement.
Item for BOE Discussion (46:30) - Board of Education presented with proposal for adaptive physical education services in the district.
School Spotlight (1:12) - Beavercreek Robotics Team
Treasurer Presentation (19:25) - Ferguson Hall Freshman School is recognized for receiving the Purple Star Award from the Ohio Department of Education.
Kindergarten Presentation (31:10) - Assistant Superintendent Jason Enix addresses the Board concerning kindergarten start dates for the 2019 - 2020 school year.
Third Grade Testing Presentation (35:30) - Assistant Superintendent Jason Enix addresses the Board concerning traditional paper testing for the district's third grade ELA students.
Possible Reductions (41:12) - Superintendent Paul Otten addresses the Board about possible reductions that could occur from a failed operating levy in 2019.
School Spotlight (2:45) - Parkwood Elementary
Retirement Recognitions (10:15)
School Fee Presentation (38:00) - Assistant Superintendent Jason Enix addresses the Board concerning school fess for the 2019 -2020 school year.
Item For Board Discussion (42:00) - Director of Business Services Greg Thompson addresses the Board concerning a summer asphalt project at Fairbrook Elementary.
Treasurer Presentation (44:50) - Treasurer/CFO Penny Rucker addresses the Board concerning the updated Five Year Forecast.
Military Recognition (1:00) - The Board of Education recognizes three BHS graduates for their commitment to the United States military.
Social Worker Position (7:55) - Dr. Bobbi Fiori, Director of Student Services, presents an item for discussion concerning a new social worker position.
Volunteer Policy (13:55) - Deron Schwieterman, Director of Human Resources, presents a proposed change in policy concerning district volunteers.
Student Nutrition Shared Services (23:14) - Greg Thompson, Director of Business Services, presents a proposal to share student nutrition services with East Dayton Christian Schools.
Be Hope Church Recognition (54 seconds) - The Board of Education recognizes and thanks Be Hope Church for their tornado relief efforts including a $40 thousand dollar donation to the Beavercreek City School District.
Master Facility Plan Presentation (5 minutes 25 seconds) - The Board of Education is presented with possible options for a final Master Facility Plan. The recommendation to build a new high school is given by a Community Advisory Team.
Beavercreek City Council Reports (6 minutes 22 seconds) - The Beavercreek City Council delivers its monthly department reports.
Beavercreek City Schools Update (19 minutes) - Superintendent Paul Otten delivers an update on district business and initiatives to the Beavercreek City Council.
District Report Card Summary - 2 minutes 10 seconds
Beavercreek High School Report Card Summary - 21 minutes
Ferguson Hall Report Card Summary - 38 minutes 10 seconds
Ankeney Middle School Report Card Summary - 36 minutes 10 seconds
Coy Middle School Report Card Summary - 56 minutes 31 seconds
Fairbrook Elementary Report Card Summary - 1 hour 8 minutes 31 seconds
Main Elementary Report Card Summary - 1 hour 20 minutes 30 seconds
Parkwood Elementary Report Card Summary - 1 hour 27 minutes 27 seconds
Shaw Elementary Report Card Summary - 1 hour 40 minutes 51 seconds
Trebein Elementary School - 1 hour 49 minutes 16 seconds
Valley Elementary School - 1 hour 59 minutes 16 seconds
School Spotlight (1 minute) - Ferguson Hall
Items for Board Discussion (24 minutes 36 seconds)
School Spotlight (3 minutes 30 seconds) - Students from the Beavercreek Preschool Center sing and perform for the Board of Education.
EdChoice Scholarship Presentation (10 minutes 20 seconds) - Assistant Superintendent Jason Enix presents information concerning Beavercreek High School and the EdChoice Scholarship.
Five Year Forecast Presentation (46 minutes) - Treasurer & CFO Penny Rucker presents the most current financial data available in her Five Year Forecast, which lays out the financial future of our school district.
Call To Order and Approval of Meeting Minutes
School Spotlight - Middle School Hope Squad
Parker Gaines Presentation and Recognition
Presentation and Discussion Items
Items for Board discussion
Program of Studies Presentation
Financial Reports & New Business
Announcements & Board Comments