Alpine CC Board Agenda
6:00 pm Wednesday, July 10th, 2019 at ACC
Present: Joyce Long, Dorothy Brinckerhoff, Dena Elliott, Rachelle Payne, Roger Irvin, John Scott
Absent: Kristen Norris
1. Discuss & approve minutes of the previous meeting
2. Review board email votes since last meeting
3. Prioritize Agenda
4. Financial Report
The board reviewed the financial reports for May & an incomplete set of reports for June. The board accepted the May reports and looks forward to a complete set for June.
5. Preschool Report
Joyce reported that she has not made progress with Sarah toward the training goals, but will work on it this week. Joyce has completed the new hire tax paperwork.
Kristen sustained injuries in a motor vehicle collision just after our June board meeting. That disruption has affected her plans for training this summer.
Joyce reported that we have received one or two applications toward the open seats in the 2019-20 littles class.
Environmental issue reports:
A few days after the June board meeting, Kristen reported a strong odor in the building after it had been closed for a day or two with the furnace fan running. Roger came to join her in assessing the situation, but he was unable to perceive the issue. There have not been any other reports of the issue since then. Roger has requested that OSHA send an inspector, but we have no idea when that will happen.
6. Procedure for preschool parents who don’t pass background check
Review draft procedure (Joyce & Kristen) no progress on the final edits since last month because of Kristen’s motor vehicle accident. Dorothy has been approached by one of the parents who was not cleared in last year’s batch, asking about the process to appeal from there. Dorothy instructed her to write a letter of appeal to the board.
7. Celebrate Alpine lessons learned
The celebration was better-attended than the 2018 celebration. The additional effort we invested in publicity helped. The article from the Tri-County Tribune, and the cross-promotion with the softball tournament worked well. Multiple musicians or entertainment helped drive additional attendance. We agreed that we will hire someone each spring to do lawn mowing and weed whacking during the late spring and early summer As there is no reason why the board members should take on this task each year.
8. 2019-2020 Budget
John had not yet prepared a draft budget. Tabled.
9. Recycling Center abuse
Joyce reported no progress on configuration of the video recorder to network.
10. 2012/2014 Trust Mgmt Grant Implementation
Dorothy reported no progress on the final report to Trust Mgmt.
11. New Business
John reported that ACC’s pop-up shelters are on loan to the Monroe Farmers’ Market (Eliza & Tobin). The board approved this as a desirable use for them when they are not needed by ACC, but also clarified our intent to maintain custody of the equipment after the market season completes.
12. Proposed agenda for August
Prep for the 2019-2020 school year
ACC Board 8/14, First day of classes 9/3(?)