LATTA SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES
SEPTEMBER 13, 2022
(Minutes submitted are unofficial until approved at the next month’s regular monthly meeting.)
The Latta School Board of Trustees met for the regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, September 13, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. in the District Administrative Conference Room. In accordance with S.C. Code of Laws of 1976, as amended, Section 30-4-80(E). The Dillon Herald was notified of the time, date, place, and agenda of this meeting. The agenda is also posted in the District Office and on the district website.
Trustees present were Ray George, Kwame Hennagan, Stuart Poston and JoAnn Williamson. Kyle Berry, Vanessa Harrison and Eleanor Powers were absent.
Ray George welcomed all present and George Liebenrood opened with prayer.
There being no corrections or additions to the August 9, 2022 minutes and the current agenda, JoAnn Williamson made a motion that they stand approved. Kwame Hennagan seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous.
April Dailey was recognized as Latta High teacher of the year.
Diana Kirk was recognized as Latta Elementary teacher of the year and also District teacher of the year.
Stephanie Ard shared with the Board that Leann Lane was unable to attend and recognized her as Latta Middle teacher of the year.
George Liebenrood gave a construction update on Latta Elementary School and Latta High School.
Donna Taylor presented the status report for July 2022 on the General Fund budget.
Sandy Jones reviewed recommendations for federal grants based on the School and District Level Needs Assessments completed. An update on federal programs was also provided. She also discussed statewide testing results associated with SCREADY and SCPASS.
Larry Legette updated the Board on the bus driver shortage.
George Liebenrood updated the Board on the football game changes.
George Liebenrood discussed the 2022 South Carolina School Board Delegate Assembly with the Board.
CITIZEN INPUT ON ITEMS OF
OF EXECUTIVE SESSION
There being no further business, Stuart Poston made a motion to adjourn at 6:40 p.m. Kwame Hennagan seconded the motion. Vote was unanimous.