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October 16, 2012

Muskogee Board of Education regular meeting at a glance

At its regular meeting Tuesday, the Muskogee Board of Education:

• Recognized Harris-Jobe Elementary custodian Bryant Wiedel and Sadler Arts Academy custodian Barbara Alexander as support employees of the month.

• Recognized Ben Franklin Science Academy special education teacher Kristie Goodwin and Muskogee High School physical education teacher and coach Angie Hillmon as certified employees of the month.

• Recognized Miss NASA (Native American Student Advocacy) Laranda Parish and Miss Jr. NASA Laura Webster.

Approved the consent agenda, including:

• Operating and investment funds, Sept. 1-30 Operating account: $1,676,373. None in investment account.

• Financial report on 2013 expenses, revenue and activity fund.

• Purchasing orders over $3,500.

• Sanctioning of Early Childhood Center PTA, Muskogee High School PTSA and MHS Soccer Booster Club.

• Estimate of needs for 2013 school year.

     • General Fund, $43,886,538.31.

     • Building Fund, $  1,630,789.95.

     • CNS Fund, $  3,740,721.18.

• Vote on revision of facilities use policy.

• One month review of part-time and substitute professional staff employment and field trip excursions.

Following executive session, approved all personnel items.

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