Pioneer CTC Community Room
Monday, May 16, 2022 - 7:00pm
Recommendation of Superintendent Gregory D. Nickoli that the revisions ot the Hourly Pay Schedule be approved for employees not covered by the Master Agreement.
Recommendation of Superintendent Gregory D. Nickoli that the following donations be approved:
Recommendation of Superintendent Gregory D. Nickoli that the following student be approved for participation in competitive events as follows:
State FFA Convention, Columbus, OH, May 5-6, 2022
STUDENT: Wesley Madison, Precision Machining Technology, South Central HS.
SkillsUSA National Championships, Atlanta, GA; June 20-24, 2022
CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDENTS: Amanda Aguirre, Shelby HS; Reagan Henry, Madison HS; and Summer Kennard, Willard HS. CHAPERONES: Dan George, Criminal Justice Instructor and Christi Smith, SkillsUSA Lead Advisor.
Stephen Raphael was present as EAP Representative
Board Policy Section 0164
PCTC Board Report- April Board of Education Meeting
May 16, 2022
Student Excellence and Achievement
Educational Experiences for Success and Competitive Advantage for Students
Communication and Community Advocacy
Engagement and Opportunities in the Community
Safe, Healthy and Functional Facilities that are Fiscally Responsible
Senior Moments ceremonies were held on Friday, May 6th in the morning and afternoon. Approximately 245 students were honored in each ceremony. Guest speakers were Mr. Doug Theaker, Pioneer Board of Education President and Ken Chang, 2022 Byron H. Carmean award winner- both speakers did a fantastic job. Pioneer Color Guard and Performing Arts students participated in the Presentation of Colors and singing the Star Spangled Banner.
3 Students from Pioneer’s Criminal Justice Program earned the Gold Medal at Ohio’s SkillsUSA competition in Columbus. They will travel to Atlanta the last week of June to compete in the National SkillsUSA contest. Summer Kennard (Willard), Rehgan Henry (Madison) and Amadia Aquirre (Shelby) won the Crime Scene Investigation contest and will represent Pioneer.
Our New Student Orientation program took place on Wednesday, May 11th from 6:30pm – 8:00pm. Students were welcomed into their labs and learned about schedules, supplies, student fees and tours were available for students. We had a very large turnout for the program as most labs had over half of their incoming classes in attendance.
With support of local our local military recruitment offices, O’Reilly’s Auto Parts and Hale’s Harley-Davidson, Pioneer held our Student and Military Appreciation Day on Friday, May 13th.
The final day of school for students is May 26th and we will have a cookout for students served by Administrators.
Pioneer’s End-of-the-Year Staff Breakfast Celebration will be May 27th in the Cafeteria. Breakfast will begin at 8:00am.
Dalton Deel, Homeland Security, Madison HS Senior Student. Dalton is employed with Morrow County Jail.
Recommendation of Superintendent Gregory D. Nickoli that the following personnel recommendations be approved:
Recommendation of Superintendent Gregory D. Nickoli that the Clinical Agreement for Nurse Aide Training students be approved with Richland County Board of Developmental Disabilities.
Recommendation of Superintendent Gregory D.Nickoli that we enter into Executive Session to consider the employment and/or dismissal of a public employee.