A Regular Meeting of the Churchill County Board of School Trustees will be held Wednesday beginning at 5:30 p.m. on the Virtual Platform of GotoWebinar, 690 S. Maine St., Fallon, Nevada 89406.
The meeting is available in person and in the virtual platform of GotoWebinar.
The meeting will be held in the Churchill County School District Administrative Office, Old High School, 690 S. Maine St.. If you attend the meeting in person, please follow the Governor's directives:
· Face coverings are required per Governor's Directive 045.
Use this URL to join the meeting: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/ 3347830807252519183.
You will also receive a call-in number after you register should you need to use the audio from your phone for the meeting. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
For public comment, members of the public can comment in person or electronically through GoToWebinar.
• Brad Daum, CCHS Athletic Director, will present the Athletic Survey Results for the 2021 Fall Sports Season.
• Update regarding District-related matters.
• Performance Plans process and presentation of School Performance Plans.
• Approval of update of the District's Safe Return to In-Person Instruction & Continuity Plan.
• Reschedule Jan. 12, 2022, Board meeting due to conflicts in schedules.
• The Superintendent will present information regarding the organization, staffing, supervision, and administration of Administrative Services and Operations and Learning and Innovation, including business office, custodial, maintenance and transportation work. She will also present information regarding the filling of the position of Custodial Supervisor and the creation of a new Maintenance Supervisor position supervising Maintenance, Grounds, and Garage along with several other classified staff changes in the chart and a shift of one contracted service to the superintendent's line of supervision.
• Evaluation of the superintendent.
Commissioners meet Wednesday
The Churchill County Commissioners meet Wednesday at 1:15 p.m. at the Churchill County Administrative Building, Commission Chambers, 155 N. Taylor St., Suite 145.
If you wish to make public comment, you may provide them at the meeting or via email, no later than 4:30 p.m. the day before the meeting, to: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
Agenda items to be considered:
• Employee Service Awards, 4th Quarter 2021.
• Update of current activities, plans, or actions related to the Bureau of Land Management's Carson City District.
• Presentation of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the general Churchill County and CC Communications for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2021.
• Appointment of Hillery "Page" Hiskett, Julie Gilmore, and Jaime Sammons to the Churchill County Cemetery Board.
• Reappointment of Bob Getto, Tom Riggins and Alan Kalt to serve another term on the Board of Equalization through December 31, 2025.
• Approval of needed repairs to Churchill County Fairgrounds.
• Renewal of the Transportation Agreement for use of Churchill County School District buses for the Parks and Recreation Department’s 2022 Youth Ski Program.
• Approval of an Agreement with Cashman Power Solutions for service maintenance of the county-owned and operated generators in the amount of $13,600.
Commission results from the Dec. 2 meeting.
• Approved the Churchill County Museum office remodel and update and relocation of CC Communications telephone system and lines for $16,480.99.
Museum Director Teri Hedgpeth said the remodeling will eliminate the silos in the multiple office areas. She said the educator curator doesn't have an office at this time, and she would like to see the consolidation of archives.
Comptroller Sherry Wideman said the county would be able to fund the project.
• Approved a request from the Lahontan Valley Bird Dog Club to continue use of county-owned water, in the amount of 175 acre-feet with the stipulation that the club pays all associated fees for transferring and using the water, including the costs of the county water consultant to process the water.
Commissioners were told the club brings in about $60,000 to the local economy.
• Approved Shaw Engineering to prepare a Preliminary Engineering Report (PER) for the construction of a water treatment plant at the county-owned property located at 1955 Rice Road, in the amount of $295,000. By doing so, commissioners said it would make the county more competitive for receiving future federal funds.
• Reclassified the Senior Center Manager to Senior and Disabled Services Manager and assign it to Pay Grade 68, at a cost of $18,000.
• Hired a 0.475 FTE Community Health Nurse and 1.0 FTE Resource Liaison for Public Health Services in Mineral County at a cost of approximately $102,000.