Monday, July 9, 2018

Board Meeting 7-11-18


Mission Statement
To create a positive learning environment that promotes high achievement, responsible citizenship, and success for all.


North Butler Wednesday July 11, 2018, 6:00 PM
North Butler JH/HS Media Center, Greene

1.     Call to Order
2.     Review and Approve Agenda
3.     Review and Approve Minutes from June 2018
4.     Review and Approve Financial reports
5.     Public Items of Discussion
6.     Board Items of Discussion
7.     Approve Elem. Handbook
8.     Approve JH/HS Handbook
9.     Approve Emergency Procedures guide
10.  Approve NIACC concurrent enrollment classes
11.  Approve ISU Ed. Prep program participation.
12.  Discuss past roofing project
13.  Approve audit bids
14.  Approve milk/bread bids
15.  Personnel
16.  Closed Session-21.5(1)(i) Personnel (shared supt)
17.  Admin Reports
18.  Board Reflections of Meeting
19.  Adjournment



Next Meeting August 13, 2018, 6:00 PM NB Elem Media Center, Allison.


It’s Great to Be A Bearcat

Thursday, June 7, 2018

Tentative agenda 6-11-18



Mission Statement
To create a positive learning environment that promotes high achievement, responsible citizenship, and success for all.


North Butler Community Schools
Regular Board Meeting Monday June 11, 2018, 6:00 PM
North Butler Elem Media Center, Allison

1.     Call to Order
2.     Review and Approve Agenda
3.     2018-2019 Budget Hearing
4.     Review and Approve Minutes from May 2018
5.     Review and Approve Financial reports
6.     Public Items of Discussion
7.     Board Items of Discussion
8.     Approve 18-19 school fees
9.     Authorize payment of year end bills
10.  Approve Chromebook purchase for elementary
11.  Approve placing student parking lot out for bids
12.  Personnel
13.  Admin Reports
14.  Board Reflections of Meeting
15.  Adjournment



Next Meeting July 10, 2018, 6:00 PM NB HS Media Center, Greene.


It’s Great to Be A Bearcat


Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Incident


This morning at roughly 10:30 am North Butler JH/HS was made aware of a possible outside threat to the building by the Butler County Sheriff’s office.

The building was immediately placed in lockdown to restrict access, and all students’ who were working outside were brought into the building. Within minutes a deputy from the sheriff’s department arrived on scene as an extra precaution.

Sheriff Johnson and his team quickly located the subject, which allowed us to go back to normal function within about a forty-minute timespan.

The safety of our students and staff are our highest priority.

Thank you for your understanding.

Joel Foster, Superintendent