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January 27, 1994

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Page 6 School Board Minutes SPECIAL MEETING: The Board of Trustees of Jk Clarendon Consolidated In- dependent School District met in special session on January 13th at 7:00 p.m. in the Administration Building. Members present: Presi- dent, Johnny Floyd; Vice Presi- dent, Phil Fletcher; Secretary, Lynne W'dliams; Wayne Hardin; Elmonette Bivens; and Dan Hall. Members absent: Derlene Graham. School Officials present: Phil Barefield, Superintendent; Joanne Barton All-Breed Dog Grooming Wednesdays 8 to 5 874-2646 or 874-2497 I A BIG THANKS! I would lllm to thank all those that helped setup and cleanup. Your help was greatly appreciated. I also want to THANK EVERYONE that participated in making the Donley County Uvmtock Show a blg success. Thank you Jimmy Jackson, President Donley County Jr. Uvuto Association OASIS POOL TOURNAMENT Wednesday Nights Lunch Buffets Daily World's 2nd Best Hamburgers Rnger Foods 874-2615 SPAGIIEITI SUPPER PTA SPAGIIETI] SUPPER FRI., FEB. 4 BEGINNING AT THE NEW IqAYGROUND PROJECT. DIAL-A-RIDE The Clarenbon ews Kent Hargis, High School Prin- cipal; and Pat Cheek, Counselor. Others present: Tina Lacey and Darenda Romans. Dan Hall opened with a prayer. Those present reviewed the Academic Excellence Indicator System 1992-93 district report. Mo- tion by Phil Fletcher, seconded by Dan Hall to adjourn subject to call of the president or until the next regular meeting at 7:30 p.m. on January 13, 1994. Motion carried -nanlmously 5-0-0. REGULAR MEETING: The Board of Trustees of Clarendon Consolidated Inde- pendent School District met in regular session on January 13th at 7:30 p.m. in the Administration Building. Members present: Presi- dent, Johnny Floyd; Vice Presi- dent, Phil Fletcher; Secretary, Lynne W'; Wayne Hardin; Elmonette Bivens; and Dan HalL Members absent: Derlene Graham. School Officials present: Phil Barefield, Superintendent; Kent Hargis, High School Prin- cipal; and Mike Word, Junior High-Elementary Principal. Others present: Todd Knorpp, Donley County State Bank; Tina Laeey and Darenda Romans. Minutes of the December 9, 1993 were read. Motion by Dan Hall, seconded by Wayne Hardin to approve the minutes as amended, the minutes read recom- mendation to pay for student meals for the spring semester, change to read recommendation to pay for James Owens Leather Goods [ If you are interested in your name appearing on the Bronco Basketball Ad, please call The Clarendon News at 874-2259. Illll Office 806-874-2838 student out of district meals. Mo- tion carried unanimously 5-0-0. The financial statement for the month of December, 1993, was approved by board action. Bills incurred by the Claren- don Public School and the Business Office were presented. Motion by Wayne Hardin, seconded by EI- monette Biveus that bills be al- lowed and ordered paid. Motion carried unanimously 5-0-0. Open Forum: Wayne Hardin congratulated the boys varsity bas- ketball team for being ranked seventh in the state. The study on lighting has been completed, but has not been installed in the park- ing lot. Motion by Phil Fletcher, seconded by Wayne Hardin to ap- prove the Academic Excellence In- dicator System district report. Mo- tion carried unanimously. Todd Knorpp presented a proposal to return some of the district's in- vested money from the Lone Star Investment Pool to the district's depository, the Donley County State Bank of Clarendon. Further discussion ts planned. Three bids were opened on the school pickups. Bidder: Floyd's Clarendon Motor Company, $408.00 for 1971 GMC, $'758.00 for 1982 GMC. Bidder: Robert Tol- bert, Jr., $213.00 for 1971 GMC. Bidder: Carlton Turvaville, $300.00 for 1971 GMC, $351.00 for 1982 GMC.Motion by Phil Fletcher, seconded by Wayne Hardin to ac- cept the bid from Floyd's Claren- don Motor Company for both pick- ups. Motion carried nnAnlmously 5-0-0. Proposed members of the Textbook Committee for 1994-95 are Freida Tucker, Judy Zehr, Norma Jones, Gayle Hankius, Kel- ley Kelly, Diane Chamberlain, Beth Sharp, Carrel Duncan, Krista Hughes, J.R. Compton, Jean Stavenhagen, Darenda Romans, and Lynette Barefield. Motion by Elmonette Bivens, seconded by Phil Fletcher to approve the Textbook Committee. Motion car- ried unanimously 5-0-O. Enrollment Report: Elemen- tary/Junior High, 369; High School, 156; Total, 525. No budget amend- ments were needed. Administrative Reports: Mike Word: Basketball season is iiii VFW POST 7782 AND AUXlY Rmt Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Joint Meeting 3rck "l'hureday Creative Catering Baskets, Buffet & Tray Service Mary Berrig P.O. Box 603 Clarendon, Tx. 79226 Thursday, January 27, d beginning. The records are about olportunities were prese even. TAAS and UIL olan. are progressing. He reviewed the for- mat of the TAAS test for grades 3-8. March 22 and 24 have been set for the district UIL academic meets. Good participation is ex- pected. Kent I-Iargis: Basketball is keeping many students busy. The varsity girls have won seven games. The boys are in the top ten of the state, and are doing welL Our high school will host a UIL academic meet on January 29. We ar looking at Campus Improvement, and have teams involved. Mr. Hargis at- tended a DuPont Leadership train- in8, and feels it will aid in Site- Based Decision Making. The Sheriff's Department will be avail- able to provide security during ath- letic events. Phil Barefield: Recom- mended adopting a policy on stu- dents who have completed all cour- ses needed for graduation,but have not passed all parts of the T AAS exit test. Sandra Shields had turned in a written resignation. Terri Seale and Robert Burns have verbally resigned. Connie Wheatly has been hired as the new library aide. The Ag classes are building a metal fence around their storage area. A new phone line has been put in the cafeteria and to Mike Word's of. rice. A phone line was installed in the high school and high school computer room so students can me the modem to communicate with other schools and access to TENET. Johnny Floyd has worked on the Facilities Committee. Aleta Thompson's hearing-a copy of the decision of the commissioner was given to the trustees present, as well as a letter from her attorney. Our district will host a telecast on February 12 for school board train- ing for area schools. Other training fHedley Senior Citns Menu Jan. 27 - Feb. 2 l"am,sday. Catfh Fillet, Onion Rings, Zucchini & Tomatoes, Coleslaw, Plum Cobbler, Corn Muffin, Milk, Tea, Coffee Friday:. Roast Beef, Baked Potato, English Peas, Toss Salad, Baked Apple, Roll, Milk, Tea, Coffee Monda.V: Beef Stew w/Peas, Carrots, Tomatoes, Potatoes, Onions, Celery, Macaroni Salad, Peach Cob- bler, Corn Muffin, Milk, Tea, Coffee Tmmlay. Steak & Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Green Bean& Carr0t-RaLn Salad, Baked Apple, Roll, Milk, Tea, Coffee Wedmmday:. Bar-B-Q Pork Pats, Baked Beans, Whole Kernel Corn, Toss Salad, Peaches & Bananas, Roll, Milk, Tea, Coffee Calendar et Events 'Ilmrmlay. Games 1-3 p.m. Friday:. Games 1-3 p.m., Birthday Salad Supper & Games 6 p.m. Monday:. Games 1-3 p.m., Musical 6 p.m. Tnes- Blood Pressure 1 p.m., Games 1-3 p.m., Games 6 p.m. Wedmmlay. Games 1-3 p.m. I Morrow Income Tax Service Business * Farm * Individual New Customers Welcome 31e S. Kmrney Clmmdm,  874.role President Floyd I prescribed statement with! Section 551074 declaring going into executive session. quested all visitors to lea board room at this time. It | 10:00 p.m. on January 13,1 we are beginning our sion to review personnel It 11:35 p.m. on January 13th, J. are at the end of our execu sion. Motion by Elmonette IP ed seconded by Dan Hall to d. r Phil Barefield's contra Or employment for one yearI" q mencing on July 1,1994, md I on June 30, 1996, provided s] I ministrator qualifies as pre/ by Current Texas Scho_.ol a Laws and Policies of the Cial  Public Schools. Motion card.-:," n00mo.00y 5-o-o. g; Motion by Phil Fle seconded by Dan Hall to a subject to carl of the presiTj [ until the next regular board ing on February 10, 1994, p.m. in the Administration 1 inf. Motion carri unauimoR ! 0-0. =,i Hedley School Menu AF Jan. 31-Feb. 4 - o Monday:. Rice, Tof" Juice, Milk Tuesday:. French TOilr R Syrup, Juice, Milk d Wedmmday:. Gravy, Biscuit, Juice, Milk l*nursday:. S Omelet, Fruit, Juice, Milk l'iday. Sausage, Juice, Milk Iameh Whole New Potatoes, eyed Peas, Hot Rolls Tuesday:. Potato BJ Ham & Cheese, Green Hot Rolls, Jello, Pears, Wedaesday. N a c w/Ground Beef, Chips, Cornbread, Pink Milk lursday. Fried en, Mashed Beans, Hot Rolls, Milk Friday:. BBO Sandw Onion Pickles, French Fe Cookies, Milk r " ' h I JS"  a BY OWNER: 4 p ecrm Carroll Creek Acre storage buildings, 16 b metal storage stalls. Dott wide 3 BR ho00, new furnace, A/C, 500 ff; Propane Tank, Front & Covered Fenced Patios. T Available: (8O6) 874-5106 BY OWNER: 2 P Aerm, Carroll Creek Ac Has 2 mobile homes, f e nished. Garage, 2 stor! buildings. Fenced with Wire. 500 GaL Propane Ta A/C & Heat. Large gar(  spot. Terms available: (8 874-5106. t" BY OWNER: 22 r Mobile Kitchen, FUn Equipped. Grill, M/] Frzer, 2 Refrigerators, C., Register, Bath, A/C, self-o rained Pre-mix units, Po, and Snow Cone Machie Terms: (806) 874-5106. i Do you live in Clarendon or Donley, Armstrong,! Briscoe or Hall County? If so, Dial-A-Ride is available to youl -What is Dial-A-Ride? Specialized "urb to curb" transportation service for the general public. -Where can it take me? It will take you anywhere you want to go in Clarendon, Donley, Armstrong, Bdscoe, Hall County, or Amarillo. -What if I am in a wheelchair? Upon request, handicapped accessible vehicles are available, with ddvers who are trained to transport persons with disabilities. Medical Transportatior and approved Medicaid transportation takes pdodty over other types of trips. -How much does it cost? 50 a one way trip in Clarendon, or 27.5 a mile outside Clarendon city limits. Minimum $3.00 one way trip. (Ca office for information on reduced fees) -Who dol call? ca, Panhandle Transit, 874-2573. (Trip should be scheduled 24 hours in advance) - LAND & i" * 00s/ETS , (Saltwater &Fresh) Pet Supplies : Birds o (Domestic. " Foods Sdence Diet 1tro Max o Bo & Willi Bozarth 1936 Civic Circle Keep ,, ,wo,.m,,..., Amarillo, "IX 79109 jTamc s o ,-,,,-,,, 0 "We're your neighbor. Shclton :' "":. as District " Attorney . Vote March 8 Political Ad Paid Fo r By James Shelton . ..