The December 4, 2000 Board Reorganization Meeting of the Southern Columbia Area School District Board of Directors convened in the Columbia-Montour Area Vo-Tech School Library at 7:30 p.m., with holdover member Craig Roadarmel in charge of the meeting.
Pledge of Allegiance was said by all.
Mr. Roadarmel welcomed everyone followed by a roll call of Board Members:
Francis Berger Linda Kreischer Craig Roadarmel
Elsie Bittner Karl Meyer Daniel Yeager-Absent
Dr. Steve Wilcox, Superintendent; Susan Helwig, Board Secretary; Joseph Springer, Business Manager; Richard J. Roberts, Jr., Solicitor; David Becker, Pat Shultz, Alan Lonoconus, William Hoffner, and Roy Clippinger, Administrators; and members of the media.
President pro tempore Bittner called for nominations for President.
President Roadarmel called for nominations for Vice President.
On a motion by Meyer and second by Berger, Charles Porter was nominated for Vice President. With no further nominations, nominations were closed and motion was approved by unanimous affirmative voice vote.
On a motion by Atherton and second by Berger, designating Karl Meyer as Legislative Chairperson for the 2001 calendar year to serve as the district’s contact for PSBA’s governmental relations efforts and to participate in county level Legislative Action meetings with members of the General Assembly, was approved. Motion carried by unanimous affirmative voice vote.
On a motion by Berger and second by Meyer, designating Henry Hynoski as the PSBA Representative for the 2001 calendar year to serve as the district’s liaison with PSBA by serving on the regional cabinet which meets at least once a year, was approved. Motion carried by unanimous affirmative voice vote.
December 4, 2000
On a motion by Kreischer and second by Meyer, the School Board meeting dates for the 2001 calendar year per Exhibit A were approved. Motion carried by unanimous affirmative voice vote.
President Roadarmel stated he would like to see the committees set standing meeting dates for next year. Mrs. Atherton mentioned she had given Dr. Wilcox various items of school history she had found and asked that they might be showcased in the school. Mr. Berger reported on community interest in web-camming various school activities and functions. Dr. Wilcox state he feels that we should meet our technical/education needs first and then move in the direction of more in-depth technology uses.
On a motion by Kreischer and second by Bittner, the meeting was adjourned at 8:04 p.m. Motion carried by unanimous affirmative voice vote.
Susan J. Helwig