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Just the Facts!

July 14, 2021

 

Action Items

The School Board approved:

  • Resolution in memory of deceased students Nakyrie Frederick, a seventh grader at Harry Hurst Middle School, and Ryan Edward Thibodeaux, an eighth grader at J.B. Martin Middle School.
  • Board committee meeting minutes of June 21 and budget hearing and meeting minutes of June 23, 2021.
  • Purchase of excess workers’ compensation insurance from Midwest Employers Casualty at a cost of $126,259.
  • Purchase of faithful performance bonds at a cost of $10,550.
  • Purchase of student accident and catastrophic insurance from Ameritus Life Insurance Corporation and Great American Insurance Company from Risk Services of Louisiana, Inc. at a cost of $103,392.
  • The St. Charles Parish Public Schools 2021-2022 Student Code of Conduct:  District Handbook.
  • Personnel.
  • Resolution to adopt millage rates for the 2021 tax year.
  • Second reading and adoption of revisions to Board Policy 5.74 – Purchasing and Bidding.
  • Accounts payable for June 2021 totaling $4,856,882.

 

 Personnel

  • Latricia Bell – Harry Hurst Middle School, Custodian
  • Eddie Dupre – Maintenance Department, HVAC Technician
  • Kendell George – Hahnville High School, Assistant Principal
  • Darrinisha Gray – Central Office, Director of Risk Management and Benefits
  • Antoinette Linker – Special Education Department, Instructional Facilitator
  • Ernesto Mora – Transportation Department, Vehicle Mechanic
  • Tracy Ortiz – G.W. Carver Early Learning Center, Custodian
  • Lacey Powers – Media Center, Title I Coordinator
  • Todd Schulz – Hahnville High School, Head Softball Coach
  • Akema Taylor – Transportation Department, Dispatcher

 

 Superintendent’s Report

  • The Stronger Start 2021 Family Guide will be emailed to families soon.
  • The InBox containing important school and district documents will be given to each student at the beginning of the school year.
  • The Annual St. Charles Parish Youth Rally will be held July 31 in the Dr. Rodney R. Lafon Performing Arts Center’s parking lot.
  • Community Education will return to face-to-face classes this fall.