Board looks at plans for long-term athletic facilities
Representatives from Rettler Corporation, a landscape architecture firm that specializes in sports facilities, presented the School Board with two concepts to expand outdoor athletic facilities including the options of a multi-sport stadium, baseball and softball fields, outdoor band practice space, synthetic turf and concession stands. School Board members Mike Hyland and Brian Schneider said they would like to see the costs associated with the two concepts. The board took no action.
The School Board recognized two groups of students at its June 17 meeting.
Templeton Middle School forensics team members Aashi Iyengar and Navdeep Singh were recognized for placing at state. Their advisor Anna Zorn described the accomplishments of the students.
The student artwork of Morgan Price and Nikolas Rehfeld was selected for the permanent art display in the Hamilton Fine Arts Center. President Kolesari and Dr. Mielke presented the students with a $100 honorarium for their artwork contribution.
District renews participation in SWSA
School Board members authorized the district to renew participation in the Southeastern Wisconsin School Alliance (SWSA). The 32-member alliance provides school leaders from southeastern Wisconsin with objective, non-partisan information and training as they work with policymakers regarding education issues. The annual cost to participate in SWSA is $3,200 per school district.
Reports, documents get OK
Many reports and documents were approved including:
- Templeton and Hamilton student handbooks;
- Hamilton co-curricular handbooks;
- summer professional development workshops and plan;
- grade 5 and 6 applied engineering and technology course curriculum realignment;
- grade 5 and 6 health and wellness curriculum;
- grade 7 world languages new curriculum;
- high school “Culture of Healthcare” new curriculum;
- high school business education course name change and revised curriculum;
- high school new “Math and Logic” curriculum;
- updated “Early Reading Empowerment” curriculum;
- grade 8 science curriculum resources purchase;
- high school course additions for 2020-21; and
- district interventions status report.
In addition, the School Board approved continued WIAA membership, appointed delegates and alternates to the Wisconsin Association of School Board’s January assembly and conducted an internal review of board operations
In personnel business, the School Board:
- accepted the resignations of Woodside paraprofessional Amy Roth, Maple associate kitchen employee Lisa Minue and Woodside paraprofessional Michella Morgan, effective June 12, Silver Spring Principal Mark Peperkorn, effective June 14, and Hamilton special education teacher Lori Marso, effective June 16.
- appointed Heather Ertl as Maple Avenue special education teacher, Stephanie Jungbluth as Silver Spring paraprofessional, Anna Fuhr as Silver Spring paraprofessional, Jerry Johnson as Templeton applied engineering and technology teacher and Shannon Canham as Silver Spring paraprofessional.