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Marion Community Unit School District 186 Board of Education met May 21

By Corazon L. Gonzales | Aug 15, 2019

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Marion Community Unit School District 186 Board of Education met May 21. 

Here is the minutes as provided by the board:

          A Budget Hearing was called to order by the President of the Board of Education, Rick Runge, at 6:15 p.m. on Tuesday, May 21, 2019, in the Board Room at McElvain School, 593 Ava Road, Murphysboro, Illinois.


          Board Members present: Mr. Brown, Mr. Beavers, Mr. Green, Mrs. Jaynes, Mr. Runge.

          Board Members absent: Dr. Doerr, Mrs. Eovaldi

          Administrators Present: Mr. Grode, Mrs. Bush

          Administrators Absent: Mrs. Allison, Mr. Todd, Mr. Keener, Mr. Ellermeyer, Mrs. Ehlers,

          Others present: Steve Carrington, Melinda Pierson, Heather Parr, Dawn Taylor, Stacie Teft, Chelsea Austin, Georgia Marshall

          Mr. Brown led the Pledge of Allegiance.

          Mr. Beavers made the motion and Mrs. Jaynes gave the second to approve the agenda as presented.

          A voiced vote was recorded as follows: Aye – Five; Nay – None; Absent – Dr. Doerr, Mrs. Eovaldi.

          The president declared the motion carried.

          Dr. Doerr and Mrs. Eovaldi arrived at 6:18 p.m.

          Mr. Todd and Mr. Keener arrived at 6:23 p.m.

          Mrs. Bush presented information concerning the revised budget. Copies of the budget were distributed at the April board meeting. No comments or questions have been received. Since the approved budget in September negotiations ended and the certified and non-certified, administrator raises, HRA and the textbook adoption were the biggest increased of cost. Mrs. Bush said she went line by line in revenues and expenses in every fund and drill down on the general ledgers of what she expects to be still be coming. Tried to figure what salaries will be for the non-certs. Revenues for the education fund only changed by a little under $64,000.00. There was a final expense payment on a faculty member that we were settling on which was included in salaries and should have been reported in purchase services which is why purchase services increased so much. The Education Fund and all other Funds are still pretty close where we started. The Capital Projects Fund has $170,000.00 in revenue more than expected. We are looking at the beginning fund balance for next year to be approximately $2.7 million in the Education Fund.

          There were no concerns brought forward under audience recognition regarding the proposed budget.

          Mr. Green made the motion and Mr. Beavers gave the second to adjourn the meeting at 6:25 p.m.

          A voiced vote was recorded as follows: Aye – All; Nay – None; Absent – None

          The president declared the motion carried.

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