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Page 8 The Clarenben .etns School Board Meets The Board of Trustees of Clarendon Consolidated In- dependent School District met in regular session at 7:00 p.m. in the Administration Building on April 14, 1994. Members present: Presi- dent, Johnny Floyd; Vice Presi- dent, Phil Fletcher; Secretary, Lynne Williams; Wayne Hardin; Derlene Graham; Elmonette Bivens; and Dan HalL Members absent: Phil Barefield, late arrival School Officials present: Phil Barefield, Superintendent; Kent Hargis, High School Principal; and Mike Word, Junior High-Elemen- tary Principal. Others present: Catherine Williams, Maurine Butts, Walt Knorpp, and Joe Lain- ley. Johnny Floyd read a thank you note from Melissa Harley. Minutes of the March 10th regular meeting and March 30th special meeting were read. Motion by EI- monette Bivens, seconded by Der- lene Graham to approve the minutes as amended to include Eddie Hankins in the list of con- tract renewals, and then his resig- nation was accepted. Motion car- ried unanimously 5-0-0. The finan- cial statement for the month of March was approved by board ac- tion. Bills incurred by the Claren- don Public School and the Business Office were presented. Motion by Wayne Hardin, seconded by Dan Hall that bills be allowed and or- dered paid. Motion carried unani- mously 5- 0-0. Open Forum: No presenta- tions. Motion by Lynne Williams, seconded by Wayne Hardin to sup- port a joint resolution seeking to enhance the recreational facilities at Greenbelt Lake through a Texas Parks and Wildlife grant and to sign a cooperative agreement as presented. (Agreement attached to the minute booL) Motion carried unanimously 6-0-0. Motion by Phil Fletcher, seconded by Dan Hall to select Dan Swan, certified public accountant, to audit the 93-94 school year. Motion carried uuani- monsly 6-0-0. Motion by Derlene the spring semester and summer driving. The student's fee will be $120.00, the same as last year. Mo- tion carried unanimously 6-0-0. Facility Needs Committee: Chairman, Johnny Floyd, shared an update on needs for classrooms, plumbing, gym, and maintenance needs. The board and Facility Needs Committee will hear the architect's report at a committee meeting in the future. Motion by Phil Fletcher, seconded by Dan Hall to approve salary increases for the support staff: 12 month employees-S600.00 per year; 11 month employees-S500.00 per year; 10 month employees- $400.00 per year; Hourly employees-$.15 per hour. Motion carried unani- mously 6-0-0. Motion by Dan Hall, seconded by Elmonette Bivens to canvass the May 7th election results at the regular meeting on May 12th. Motion carried unani- mously 6-0-0. A committee of Junior High teachers, with the Su- " .. Graham, seconded by Lynne W'd- lianas to approve Jimmy Stewart as the driver education instructor for Bedding Rants Mental Health In Stock Center Gets New Name NO [! As its meeting on March 31, ""1994, the Board of Trustees Authority approved a name change for the agencies six regional centers. The name has been changed from Clarendon Family Services Center to Texas Pan- handle Mental Health Authority- Clarendon Center. This mental health facility primarily services residents from Donley, Col- linsworth, Armstrong, and Hall counties. DECKER ALL MEAT BOLOGNA 12 OZ. PKG. 79 ALLSUP'S CHIMICHANGA BEEF, CHEESE, & GRN. CHILl SHURFE DOG FOOD 20 LB. BAG COCA- COLA SAUSAGE, & ,BISCUIT FOR ONLY BACON 199 1LB. PACK $449 VALLEY FARE TISSUE 4 ROLL PKG. ALLSUP'S 1.5 LIB. LOAF SANDWICH BREAD 69 EACH OR ALLSUP'S CORN DOG AND A 20 OZ. 9 ULTRA TIDE 98 OZ. BOX 99 /U.I.SUP'S ICE CREAM ASSTED. FLAVORS 1/2 GALLON SAE ND 30WT ALLSUP'S MOTOR OIL OUART to the board. The teacher commit- tee and board will interview the finalists. Johnny Floyd read a letter of resignation from Patsy Cheek, counselor. Motion by Derlene Graham, seconded by Wayne Har- din to accept Mrs. Cheek's resigna- tion effective at the end of the 93-94 school year. Motion carried unani- monsly 6-0-0. President Floyd read prescribed statement with Code Section 551074 declaring the board going into executive session. He re- quested all visitors to leave the board room at this time. It is now 8:22 p.m. on April 14, 1994, and we are beginning our executive session to discuss personnel. It is now 11:08 p.m. on April 14, 1994, and we are at the end of our executive session. Five applicants are to be inter- viewed for athletic director/head coach position. They are J.R. Com- pton, Bryan Davis, Mickey Mitchell, David Steele, and David Wood. Interviews are set for April perintendent, will screen al r- 20th and 21st, beginning at 6:00 plicants for the Junior High Prin- p.m. each evening. The board will cipal position, and present finalists meet at 5:00 p.m. on April 20th to Loyd's Backhoe & Ditching Service Septic Tank Units State Certified New Chamber Linch Systems All Types of Gas and Water Unes Installed 874-2287 Ford Public Notice On February 22, 1994, Southwestern Bell Telephone Company ("Southwestern Bell" or "Company") filed an application with the Public Utility Commission of Texas ("Commission") to restructure the Company's Local Transport and Directory Transport categories of its Switched Access Service. This matter has been assigned to Docket No. 12784. The tanff sheets in Southwestern Bell's applica- tion, if approved, will bring the Company's intrastate Access Service Tariff into structural parity with the Company's interstate Tariff No 73 for Local Transport. Southwestern Bell's companion interstate tant' became effective on January 1, 1994. The transport rate elements provide for the transmission facili- ties between the cutomer's premises and the end office switch(es) where the customer's traffic is switched to onginate or terminate the customer's communications. Southwestern Bell proposes to implement the revised tanffs on a revenue neutral bis. Although the proposed tariff ehangeswl!l affect al!!customscdbing to Switched AccessiService, the Local Transport and Directory Transport categories of Southwestern Bell's Switched Access Service is primarily for interexchange carriers. If approved, this application will result in an increase in Southwestern Bell's revenues of approximately $1682.00 during the first year. Southwestern Bell proposes that the changes be effective on December 1,1994. Persons who wish to intervene in or comment upon these pro- ceedings should notify the commission as soon as possible, as an intervention deadline will be imposed. A request to intervene or for further information should be mailed to the Public Utility Commis- sion of Texas, 7800 Shoal Creek Boulevard, Suite 400N, Austin, Texas 78757. Further information may also be obtained by calling the Public Utility Commission's Public Information Office at (512) 458-0256 or (512) 458-0221 for text telephone. The deadline for intervention in the proceeding is May 6, 1994. () Southwestern Bell Telephone Thursday, April 28 review final questions. Derlene Graham, Wayne Hardin to budget as presented: 101-34 66]3 oo 700 4Ol oo }rO00 *it0 v,lcl* P,rcn,, 101 34-631)-04-700 401 ooo 2,000 ll0 v,hc], C.riq, t,,ns* iol 41-,11 oo oo ol oo0 , .see iol l} 0o-00 ol o00 .l 8oe Enrollment: El, 364; High Schoo1-149 Administrative reportt Word: UIL is students wen playground equipment will dared soon; students hav( gifted and talented music programs have been ! plated; teachers and working on budgets for the school year; two consultants looked at our special programs and made tions for program changes; Star Ballet has performed  school; plans include UIL High band concert and sigh hag contest; cheerleader "911" awareness, sembly; job fair at West A&M; Panhandle Plains for 5th Grade; drug prevention for Miss Texas; eighth grade eighth grade four  planning; TAAS testing; semblie; and graduation. Kent Hargis: Twerp district track meet; UIL disrict meet, and qualified regional; two students Bairfield Foundation Awar& registration for next year; riculum committee; gift talented field trips; new teacher if Mrs. Keltic Greene; Thompson had taken Pickard's agricultural the end of the year; the is in full bloom, and sale; UIL concert band contest; FFA banquet; banquet; prom; band senior breakfast; and judging teams are competing. Phil Barefield: End of staff dinner will be May booster dub wants to put a the gym to recognize this boys basketball team ments; available board traininl slons were announced. Motion by Dan seconded by Elmouette adjourn subject to call of the ! dent or p.m. inth= Motion carded unanimousb Dlant flo-rs ... Eautil Clarcndo J B Remodeling for all your home improvement needs. AIImond,owner, 874- 2578. Fifteen years' all phases of construction, (Carpentry, wallpaper, ing, electrical, etc.) "Quality work at reasonable prices" Local relerenc available. 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