Energy consultant addresses BIC Board
Rob Guthrey of Entegrity met June 23 with members of the Buffalo Island Central Board concerning services and operation of the company.
Entegrity finds energy and conservation opportunities with guaranteed savings. The goal for the company is to provide the district with not only savings in energy but yearly maintenance expenses well into the future. Some examples of cost savings can be found in lighting as well as alternate energy sources, insulation and flooring to present the best solutions.
The Board discussed the possibility of the significant savings Entegrity will offer and agreed to enter a contract with Entegrity to explore energy cost savings in new construction. Following a cost analysis, Entegrity will share findings on upfront cost versus long term savings.
Total funds exceeding the $1.5 million budget will be placed into the building fund for construction, repairs, equipment and other supplies.
A $14,900 bid from Dwight Jones for student accident insurance was accepted.
A contract with Elbow 2 Elbow Educational Consulting will be renewed. Twenty days of service were utilized during the 2015-16 school year. The district approved 25 days for $35,000 in the 2016-17 school year.
The following resignations were accepted:
*John Hantke- English and social studies.
*Lynn Smith-testing coordinator.
* Bill Taylor-baseball coach.
The following were hired to the district:
*Mindy McFall-220 day contract as high school counselor.
*John Rountree-210 day contract as junior high girls basketball coach and assistant senior high coach.
*Steve Brummett-junior and senior high school math.
*Whitney Rolland-first grade elementary.
*Jarred Fires-contract of $40 per hour as an after hour mechanic.
Darren Mcfall, Board member, abstained from voting due to personal relation.
Following an executive session the salary schedule for maintenance and transportation directors was approved 5-1. A vote of no was entered by Stacey Thomas.
John Rountree met with the Board to share expectations for the future in his position with the district as girls junior high basketball coach and health teacher.
The July BIC Board meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Thursday, July 21.