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JISD Board Accepts President's Resignation

The Judson ISD Board of Trustees accepted the resignation of Board President Steve Salyer in a special meeting on January 11, 2017.  This action left the board with a vacancy in the District 1 seat.  After the board met in executive session, it decided to allow the seat to remain vacant until the upcoming May election when that position will be put on the ballot for voters to decide.   Ms. Paschall and Dr. Salinas, the two board members serving in At Large positions, both welcome the opportunity to serve the residents of District 1 until the May election.

 

JISD Special Board Meeting Called For 1-11-17

The Judson ISD Board of Trustees has called a special board meeting for January 11, 2017 in the ERC Board Room.  Below is the agenda for this special meeting. 

Agenda of Special Meeting

The Board of Trustees
Judson ISD

 

A Special Meeting of the Board of Trustees of Judson ISD will be held January 11, 2017, beginning at 7:00 PM in the ERC Board Room, 8205 Palisades Dr., Live Oak, Texas.

The subjects to be discussed or considered or upon which any formal action may be taken are as listed below. Items do not have to be taken in the order shown on this meeting notice.

Unless removed from the consent agenda, items identified within the consent agenda will be acted on at one time.


1.    MEETING CALLED TO ORDER    
A.    Roll Call, Establishment of Quorum    
2.    CONSERATION OF CONSENT ITEM     
A.    Consider and Take Possible Action to Accept Resignation of Board Member Steve Salyer    
3.    CLOSED SESSION    
A.    Pursuant To Tex. Govt Code 551.071, Attorney Consultation Regarding Legal Issues Related to Resignation of Board Member and Related to Possible Filling of Board Vacancy by Appointment or Special Election    
B.    Pursuant to Texas Government Code 551.074, Consider and Discuss Possible Appointment of Board Member to Fill Vacancy    
4.    CONSIDER AND TAKE POSSIBLE ACTION(S) REGARDING ITEMS DISCUSSED IN CLOSED SESSION    
A.    Consider and Take Possible Action to Fill Board Vacancy by Appointment or by Calling a Special Election    
5.    ADJOURNMENT    

Board Recognitions Regular Board Meeting 12-15-16

Pledge Leader: McKenna Page is an tremendous 5th grade student from Hopkins Elementary School. She is a member of the Student Council serving as its president. McKenna is an A/B honor roll student who serves on the school safety patrol as well.  She has won numerous school awards such as 1st place in a school handwriting contest, 2nd place in cheer competition and is also a valuable member of the Kirby girls softball team.  She says she would like to become a member of the Special Forces in the army…her second career choice would be a teacher. 

One of JSTEM's teachers has received an international award for instructional excellence. The International Technology and Engineering Educators Association has selected its Teacher Excellence Award recipients for 2017 and JSTEM teacher Sarah Bancroft was one chosen for this very prestigious honor. 

Her nomination to a large degree was based on how she teaches her Gateways To Technology classes. But along with the technology instruction, she also incorporates many “soft skills” in the daily teaching of her students that help make them more confident and marketable in what they choose to do with others. Congratulations to Ms. Bancroft. Her principal is Ms. Dawn Worley.

 

Fiesta medals as you may know are a big thing during the annual celebration.  They have a lot of meaning for the groups and organizations they represent.  Judson ISD a few years ago decided to make a JISD medal available and each year we enlist the help of student artists to come up with a medal design for the district. The winners for this years Fiesta Medals are:

1st place: Kevin Blaz, Veterans HS
2nd place Joharis Romero, Veterans HS
3rd place Brooke Skrobanek, Judson HS

 

Each year Judson ISD partners with the United Way campaign in helping generate support for a number of worthy organizations that service and help individuals in Bexar and surrounding counties.  Mr. David Schrantz with United Way was present to make the plaque presentations to the campus champions whose campuses or departments that were outstanding performers.

Converse ES:    Debra   Ramos (100%)
Copperfield ES:    Gerry  Spellman, Kayone Carter (100%)
Coronado Village ES: Esmeralda  Fabela Maria Harris (100%)
Crestview ES:  Alma  Neira (100%)
Elolf ES: Cynthia Zimmy (100%)
Hartman ES: Staci  Vargo (100%)
JLA: Sabrina Trejo (100%)
JSTEM Academy: Adriana Perez (100%)
Judson CARE Academy:  Dolores Ovalle (100%)
Kitty Hawk MS:    Amy Geurkink (100%)
Millers' Point ES:   Susan McIhenny (100%)
Olympia ES:     Jo Anne Hardy (100%)
Park Village ES:    Leanne  Hewitt (100%)
Police Department:  Diane Davidson (100%)
Veterans Memorial HS:    Michelle Douglas (100%)
Woodlake ES:  Sue Carter (100%)
            
Candlewood ES:    Kaitlin Andersen (98.6%)
Franz ES:  Sherlyn DeHoog (98.30%)

 

Kitty Hawk MS:   Amy Geurkink (Highest Overall Contribution $6,135.00)
Masters ES:  Dawn    Moreno (High Contribution Increast at 221.6%)
Police Department:  Diane  Davidson (Highest Per Capita 89.52 and 100%)

 

Those campuses that reached 98-100% participation in United Way had the opportunity to be a part of a drawing for an incentive grant.  That grant is worth $1,000..  Board President Mr. Steve Salyer to pull the winner out of the drawing. The winner was Kitty Hawk Middle School.  Principal Beverly Broom accepted the big check for the school.  

Dr. Montoya And JISD Board's Christmas Wishes

The Judson ISD Superintendent Dr. Carl Montoya and the JISD Board of Trustees want to wish everyone in the community a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.  May your dreams come true for 2017!

Board Briefs 11-17-16

Agenda of Regular School Board Meeting

The Board of Trustees
Judson ISD

A Regular School Board Meeting of the Board of Trustees of Judson ISD will be held November 17, 2016, beginning at 7:00 PM in the ERC Board Room, 8205 Palisades Dr., Live Oak, Texas 78233.

The subjects to be discussed or considered or upon which any formal action may be taken are listed below. Items do not have to be taken in the same order as shown on this meeting notice. Unless removed from the consent agenda, items identified within the consent agenda will be acted on at one time.

1.    MEETING CALLED TO ORDER
A.    Roll Call, Establishment of Quorum, Invocation, Pledge of Allegiance

2.    RECOGNITIONS

3.    ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF VISITORS/CITIZENS TO BE HEARD
a.    Megan Farley
b.    Jennifer Lozano, Reginald Walker JHS TAG Fair

4.    CONSIDERATION OF CONSENT ITEMS
A.    Consider and take action regarding approving Board Minutes from the Regular Meeting held on October 20, 2016 (pulled, Salinas)
B.    Consideration and Approval of A Resolution by the Board of Trustees of the Judson Independent School District Authorizing and Directing the Dissolution of the Judson Independent School District Public Facility Corporation; and Approving Other Matters in Connection Therewith 
C.    Consider and take action regarding approving Monthly Financial Information as of October 31, 2016
D.    Consider and take action regarding approving Budget Transfers Across Functions
E.    Consider and take action regarding approving Expenditures Equal to or Greater than $50,000 (pulled, Macias)
F.    Consider and take action regarding approving the Judson Independent School District's Annual Financial Audit Report for Fiscal Year 2016
G.    Consider and take action regarding approving Request for Bids 17-10 for Woodlake Hills Middle School Chiller Replacement (pulled, Salyer)
H.    Consider and take action regarding approving Request for Bids 17-11 for Elolf Elementary School Chiller Replacement (pulled, Salyer)
I.    Consider and take action regarding approving Policy Update 106, Affecting Local Policies, Second Reading:
1.    EHBAF(LOCAL): Special Education - Video/Audio Monitoring (pulled, Salyer)
J.    Consider and take action regarding approving Update to DNA(LOCAL): Performance Appraisal - Evaluation of Teachers, Second Reading (pulled, Macias)
K.    Consider and take action regarding approving Update to EG(LOCAL): Curriculum Development, Second Reading
Items B,C,D,F and K Passed,  Items A, E, G, H, I and J passed after clarification

5.    DISCUSSION/CONSIDERATION OF ACTION ITEMS
A.    Consider and take action regarding approving Campus Improvement Plan Executive Summary Reports (Passed)
B.    Consider and take possible action regarding approving Inductees to the Judson Civic and Athletic Hall of Honor as Selected by the Hall of Honor Committee (Passed) (Civic Inductees 6-1, LaFoille Abstained) (Athletic Inductees, 7-0)
C.    Consider and take possible action regarding approval of an Employee Retention Incentive to be Paid During the 2017-2018 School Year (Macias) (Amended,  passed 5-1-1, Paschall no, Flores Abstained)
D.    Consider and take possible action regarding approving an Internal Audit of Campus Enrollment Reports and Master Schedules (Macias) (Pulled)
E.    Consider and take possible action regarding approving Moving the Regular Board Meeting from June 15 to June 14, 2017 (Passed)
F.    Consider and take possible action regarding approving Revisions to Board Operating Procedures (Amended, Passed)
G.    Consider and take possible action regarding approving the Board Self-Evaluation Instrument for the 2016-2017 School Year (discussion, tabled)
H.    Consider and take possible action regarding approving the Reclassification of the Business Partnership Coordinator/Executive Director of Judson Education Foundation to Director of Governmental, Community and Judson Education Foundation Relations and a Respective Budget Amendment for the Staffing Allocation (discussion, tabled)
I.    Consider and take possible action(s) regarding approving the Personnel Report and Updates Including New Hires, Resignations and Administrative Appointments  (passed)

6.    DISCUSSION ITEMS/REPORTS
A.    Superintendent Report
1.    Construction Report
2.    Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Report
B.    Training Solutions for District Sexual Harassment Prevention (Paschall)
C.    Facilities, Maintenance and Operations Update (Paschall / LaFoille)
D.    Discussion of Cost of Legal Services (Salyer)
E.    Discussion of Costs for May 2015 and May 2016 Elections (Salyer)
F.    Discuss Comprehensive District Plan to Address Student Support and Anti-bullying Strategies (Macias)
G.    Update on Board Advisory Committees
H.    Update on Board Training, Conferences, Events and Consider Future Agenda Item Requests by Board Members

7.    CLOSED SESSION
A.    Pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.076, Discuss and Consider the Deployment, Specific Occasion for, or Implementation of, Security Personnel or Devices (A. Salinas / LaFoille)
B.    Pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.074, Discussing Personnel

8.    CONSIDER AND TAKE POSSIBLE ACTION(S) REGARDING ITEMS DISCUSSED IN CLOSED SESSION
A.    Consider and take possible action(s) regarding the Deployment, Specific Occasion for, or Implementation of, Security Personnel or Devices (A. Salinas / LaFoille) (passed)
B.    Consider and take possible action(s) regarding Personnel

9.    ADJOURNMENT