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~SON, KS 67855 THE JOHNSON PIONEER Thursday, March 14, 2002 - Page 7 IhS lo #452 Board Of Education Unofficial School Board Minutes Continued From Page 5 ..... ~-~'~.,~n tJ ............ h .......... resnondence addressed to tial candidates inquired sidered candidates,the possibility of a determined that they in futureyears. wlm neOOOKSandtu- . . , . ~h ~'~nts k ...... a < C_OA -.. the Board from An~,leabout the Elementary Those apphcauonswdl County Recreation Cen- would like to accept an 02-176 First reading of ill -,! ..... ,,~v~ ,~ ..,._, ,J, ~ ilion ~' ...... ~a~e(Sgher the" are then ^,," ........ and Troy Parker and Prmclpal positron and, be screened, and rater- ter he wants to build, invitation of Paxton/the celt phone and pager J~ie to rece'~ve an ~"a oz-!,v ~upermtenaent Brenda Wolf out of those, eleven have views will be conducted Troy shared a sketch of Patterson to visit a tech policy After a short dis- ~v~r --- =,, - renort ,~,,,,,~-~,~llic ~,-,,,~,,,s,,s~'k'~z .... h;n, a,u,"~"-" v ..... _ 2. Twentv~-one =_nOtCh- completed, the applica- after. . spring break..Spe- the Recreation Centerlab in Council Grove,cussion, Chris made a cff~c dates for the rater- with the Board. The pro- Kansas. Mr. Leiker will motion to adopt the first views will be determined jected price of the center be arranging the visit for reading of the cell phone after the screening of the is estimated to be the last week of March. and pager policy. Brenda applications is com-$636,500.00. The Recre- 02-173 2002-2003 Cal- seconded it. Carried 6-0. pleted, ation Center would con- endar Option: The Board Before a policy can take 3. Honeywell will besist of a gym the size of looked at a calendar op- effect, it requires two here to install two new the Middle School gym, tion for the 2002-2003 readings from the Board. air-handling units on top a gymnastics area, aschool year which was Therefore, this will be on of the high school on kitchen/concession area, put together by the calen- the agenda in April for March 5th This is a meeting/dining area, a dar committee. As they the secondreading. project that was sched- weight room, restrooms, discussed the options, the Chris made a motion to uled to be comoleted last and an office. The upper Board tried to find a way take a ten-minute break November. I lowever,level would accommo-to have the Wednesday from 11:02 p.m. until due to some cr'nfli'q'~ th,~ ....... ,,,. .... date various video games before Thanksgiving off. 11:12 p.m. Terry sec- I-de ........ 3729) 1 ....1 ....... mstaHauon has oeen and computers. The price However, in order to get ended it. Carried 6-0. ! "until w ayed no . does not include equip- the 188 teacher contract Open session 11:12 ................ d 4 The yearbook hasment and furniture. Troy days into the calendar, it p.m. ' tor nusoanu nap- - ~,tv,,=l =v ~,e,~ ' been selected from three has applied for several appears that the Wednes- EXECUTIVE SES- hundred sixty-two entries grants to fund the project, day prior to Thanksgiv- SION: as one of sixty-one year- DISCUSSION ing, must be a school day. 02-177 Personnel items l~t " ut great prices. L.aH lrmler AVERAGE $41,151 74 er l " book Pacemakerfinahsts ITEMS: The tentative calendar and negotiations: Jana by the National Scholas- 02-172 Technology up- will be shared with the made a motion to go into tic Press Association date: The Bbard viewed staff for any new ideas. Executive Session for PUBLIC'PRESEN;FA- portions of a couple of 02-174 Teachers visit thirty minutes from 11:13 TIONS: videos featuring Paxton/ with the Board: Brenda p.m. until 11:43 p.m. to 02-171 Troy Moree- Patterson TechnologyKendrick, Ann Davis,discuss personnel and County Recreation: Troy Labs. At the conclusion Mary Canny, and Jennie protect the rights of the came topresent intorma- of the videos, the Board Holliday were present at individual. Chris sec- ' vemcles to needy , " " - - - ~.l1Utll~ -ill-ldW/ Ulllt.,. , " tlon to the Board about Leaal Publication Legal Publication the Board meeting to visit ondedit. Carried 6-0. Mr. ,=,.~ ........ (First published in The with the Board aboutLeiker was invited to re- t-,,~t puo.sneo m /ne Johnson Pioneer, Thursday. educational issues. The main withtheBoard. Johnson Pioneer Thursday February 28, 2002)3t elementary teachers ex- Open session at 11:43 . .,.,v.,m,.,., uw ..- me r_.xperlence ' ' March 14, 2002) 3T pressed their concerns p.m. IN THE DISTRICT COURT about the needs of the Jane made a motion to I OF STANTON COUNTY, KANSAS kindergarten and first go into Executive Ses- grade students. In order sion for the purpose of IN THE MATTER OF THE for our school to be suc- negotiations and to dis- ESTATE OF HELEN S. ALLER, DE- cessful in the earlycuss personnel and pro- CEASED grades, changes need to tect the rights of the in- be made to enhance stu- dividual for twenty min- Case No. 00PR24 dent readiness for school, utes form 11:43 p.m' un- NOTICE OF HEARING ON Another topic was a re- til 12:03 a.m. Terry sec- quest to consider library ended it. Carried 6-0. Mr. ANGEL JORGE MARTINEZ PET~NAL aides. This would allow Leikerjoined the Board. i.',,Id. Nevada management atKansas tional. 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FREE QUOTES!! 866-875-8790- toll free. *$$ There ia nothing so eonaolin$ as to find that one's neighbor's troubles are at least as great as one's own. --George Moore (Filed Pursuant to Chapter 60) THE STATE OF KANSAS TO: Angel Jorge Martinez Alvarez and all other persons who are or may be concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in Stanton County District Court by Maria Del Rosario Salgado praying for a divome from An- gel Jorge Martinez Alvarez, and you are hereby required to plead to the petition on or be- fore April 24, 2002, at 1:30.p.m., in the District Court at Johnson, Kansas. If you fail to plead, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon the petition. /s/M. Moran Tomson M. Moran Tomson P.O. Box 310 Johnson, KS 67855 (620) 492-6800 Attorney for Petitioner M=y initml p=# no .symtxo Odin dbr Calhl~ f0r a free ~ t0 find out about this t~ ',rod ym='legal right. We puaice hw o~, in &izon~ but asmmte with h~ daroughout dee U.~. 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This Testament of the estate of is an idea thatMr. LaFay, Helen S. Aller, deceased, pray- Mr. Keller, and Lee have ing for final settlement of the estate of Helen S. Aller, de- discussed in the recent ceased; approval of his acts, past, to replace the cur- proceedings and accounts as rent internship program, ried 6-0. Mr. Leiker was executor; allowance for executor's fees and expenses This Teacher/Board visit invited to join the Board. and attorneys tees and ex- waS very positive and ap- Open session at 12:38 pensos; and also praying the preciated by both the a.m. Court determine the heirs, do- Board and teachers. Brenda made a motion visees and legatees entitled to the estate and the proportion or ACTION ITEMS: to go into Executive Ses- part hereof to which each is 02-175 Pole vault mats: sion for thirty minutes entitled and distribute and as- Our current pole vault from 12:38 a.m. until sign the same to them in accor- dance with the will of Helen S. mats for track can not be 1:08 a.m. to discuss per- Alter, deceased, used. In fact, they have sonnel and protect the You are hereby required not been used for the past rights of the individual. to file your written defenses couple of years. The Ron secondedit. Carried thereto on or before the 22nd day of February, 2002, at2:00 Board was presented 6-0. Mr. Leiker was in- p.m., of said day, in said Court, with a proposal to pur- vited to join the Board. in the Cityof Johnson, Stanton chase new pole vault Open session at 1:08 County, Kansas, at which time mats for $8,805.00. After a.m. and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, several minutes of dis- Terry made a motion to judgment and decree will be en- cussion, Terry made a offer Greg Garrison a tered in due course upon said motion to purchase the contract for the position petition, pole vault mats for a cost of Custodian and Main- Darrell K. Cockrum of $8,805. Chris sec-tenance Repair Techni- Executor ended it. The vote was 3 clan. Ron seconded it. - 3 with Ron, Jana, and Carried 6-0. SHARP, McQUEEN, McKINLEY, DREILING & Carolyn casting the "no" 02-178 Round table TATE, P.A. votes. As the motion did discussion: The Board P. O. Box 909, 1024 S. Tdndle not receive the required asked about repairing the Hugoton, KS 67951 "yes" 316-544-2103 four votes, it did sign at the Middle Attorneys for Petitioner not pass. Due to the dan- School. They also asked gers involved in pole about the lights along the vaulting, the Board wants sidewalk at the High someone who is well School. The Board qualified to coach pole wanted to follow up on vaulting before they ap- the use of the new Saxon prove the purchase of the math series. mats. The Board also felt 02-178 Adjournment: like the district may have Chris made a motion to other track items that adjourn at 1:16 a.m. could use attention this Brenda seconded it. Car- year, and they would re- ried 6-0. visit the pole vault mats HOSPITAL is now taking applications for a cook, 12 hour shift, 2 to 3 days a week, 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Please apply at Human Re- sources Office, EO. Box 948, Syracuse, KS 67878. 620-384-74~61 Ext. 189. Drug screening required. EOE. 11-2TC II III IIIII I Call Alberti Construction for all phases of masonary, stuco, brick block, rock and small concrete jobs. Also for pointing, sheet rock work and minor carpentry work. Alberti Construction David Alberti 719-523-6680 or 719-523-4650