School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha) BOARD OF EDUCATION REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

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School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha)
BOARD OF EDUCATION
REGULAR MEETING
AGENDA
Monday, May 11, 2015, 6:30 P.M.
SCHOOL BOARD OFFICE
425 Jermyn Avenue
Pages
1.
CALL TO ORDER
We hereby acknowledge that we are on the territory of the Okanagan First
People.
2.
ADOPTION OF AGENDA
RECOMMENDED MOTION:
That the agenda be adopted.
3.
PRESENTATIONS BY SCHOOLS AND/OR STUDENTS
4.
RECEIVING OF DELEGATIONS AND GUESTS
5.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS
RECOMMENDED MOTION:
That the minutes of the regular meeting held on April 13, 2015 be approved.
6.
UNFINISHED BUSINESS
7.
REPORT FROM CLOSED MEETINGS
The following items were discussed at the closed meeting held on April 13,
2015:
•
Received information on two legal matters;
•
Received information and approved a contract;
•
Reviewed correspondence;
•
Reviewed a staffing report for both teaching and CUPE staff;
•
Approved direction for a contract negotiation;
•
Received information and approved an item related to succession
planning.
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8.
CORRESPONDENCE
8.1
Correspondence Requiring Action
a
2015-04-16 Letter from District of Summerland
1
A letter from the District of Summerland regarding the placement
of grade 6 late French immersion outside of Summerland
b
2015-04-20 Letter to Minister of Education
2
A letter forwarded by Teresa Rezansoff, President, BCSTA to the
Minister of Education regarding Bill 11-2015: The Education
Statutes Amendment Act, 2015
8.2
Correspondence to the Board of Education
a
2015-04-18 from BCSTA
4
A letter from Teresa Rezansoff, President, BCSTA, in response
to the Board's letter regarding Bill 11
b
2015-05-04 Letter from Employee Re Bill 11
5
A letter from a teacher, Thora Delaquis, regarding Bill 11 and
response from Chair Van Alphen
8.3
Correspondence Copied to the Board of Education
a
8.4
7
Correspondence on Behalf of the Board of Education
a
9.
As per correspondence listing dated May 11, 2015
As per corresondence listing dated May 11, 2015
REPORTS OF COMMITTEES
9.1
Business Committee
Trustee Bidlake will report on the business committee meeting held on
April 28, 2015:
a
Cheque and ePAYMENT Listing
b
Financial Report
c
2014 Carbon Neutral Action Report
d
Policy No. 202 - Personal Use of Technological Services
RECOMMENDED MOTION:
That Policy No. 202 - Personal Use of Technological Services be
deleted.
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e
Policy No. 730 - Integrated Pest Management
13
RECOMMENDED MOTION:
That Policy No. 730 - Integrated Pest Management was reviewed
with no changes.
f
New Draft Policy No. 540 - Employee Travel
15
RECOMMENDED MOTION:
That Draft Policy No. 540 - Employee Travel: Insurance and
Expenses be approved in principle and forwarded to partner
groups for any suggestions for changes.
9.2
Education Committee
Trustee Johnson will report on the education committee meeting held on
April 29, 2015:
10.
a
Musical Theatre Presentation - "Annie"
b
Grading Smarter Not Harder
c
School Completion Initiatives
d
Progress Reporting - Field Test
e
Student Support Services
REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
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•
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Middle School Marathon Challenge
Achievement Contract and District Literacy Plan - update (Attachment)
Education Transformation in BC (Attachment)
11.
REPORT OF SECRETARY-TREASURER
12.
NEW BUSINESS
12.1
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Okanagan College
Donna Lomas, Regional Dean, South Okanagan Similkameen Region,
Okanagan College, has requested that a trustee sit on the Okanagan
College Regional Advisory Committee.
12.2
Field Trips
The superintendent of schools will review the attached listing of field trip
requests. (Attachment)
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RECOMMENDED MOTION:
That the field trip request for June 30 to July 24, 2015 for 17 grade 10 to
12 students from Princess Margaret Secondary and Penticton
Secondary to travel to and participate in a humanitarian trip to Arusha,
Tanzania, be given final approval.
RECOMMENDED MOTION:
That the field trip request for September 29 to October 10, 2015 for 12
senior secondary students from Penticton Secondary, Princess Margaret
Secondary, and Summerland Secondary to travel to Kyoto, Ikeda, and
Tokyo, Japan, on a sister city exchange be given final approval.
12.3
Student Fees
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The School Act requires that student fees be reviewed and reported to
the Board on an annual basis. The attached fee structure is
recommended to the Board for the 2015-16 school year. (Attachment)
RECOMMENDED MOTION:
That the Board of Education approve the Schedule of Student Fees for
2015-16 as circulated with the agenda package.
12.4
2015-16 Annual Budget Bylaw
The 2015-16 annual budget and bylaw will be presented in the total
amount of $62,621,814. (Attachment)
The following motion requires unanimous consent to proceed with all
three readings at tonight's meeting:
RECOMMENDED MOTION:
That, in accordance with Section 68(4) of the School Act, the Board of
Education of School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha) unanimously
agrees to give all three readings of the annual budget bylaw for the fiscal
year 2015-16 at this meeting.
RECOMMENDED MOTION:
That the School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha) annual budget bylaw
for the fiscal year 2015-16 in the total amount of $62,621,814 be read a
first time this 11th day of May, 2015.
RECOMMENDED MOTION:
That the School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha) annual budget bylaw
for the fiscal year 2015-16 in the total amount of $62,621,814 be read a
second time this 11th day of May, 2015.
RECOMMENDED MOTION:
(ONLY IF MOTION TO READ ALL THREE PASSES)
That the School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha) annual budget bylaw
for the fiscal year 2015-16 in the total amount of $62,621,814 be read a
third time, passed and adopted this 11th day of May, 2015.
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12.5
Board of Education Meeting Dates
37
A memo outlining proposed Board of Education and committee meeting
dates for the 2015-16 school year is attached. (Attachment)
RECOMMENDED MOTION:
That the proposed schedule of Board of Education and committee
meeting dates for 2015-16 be approved.
13.
REPORTS OF REPRESENTATIVES
13.1
BCSTA Annual General Meeting
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Trustees are reminded to bring to the meeting reports of their
attendance at the BCSTA AGM held in Vancouver on April 16 to 19,
2015. (Attachment)
13.2
BCSTA Thompson Okanagan Branch Meeting
Chair Van Alphen will provide information related to the BCSTA
Thompson Okanagan Branch meeting held on April 17, 2015 in
Vancouver.
13.3
14.
Trustee Comments
INFORMATION ITEMS
14.1
Recognition of Student Success
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School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha) extends congratulations to the
students and groups for outstanding examples of success as shown on
the attached listing. (Attachment)
14.2
Recognition of Student Artwork
Congratulations are extended to the students from Carmi Elementary
School for their artwork currently on display at the school board office.
(Attachment)
14.3
Date of Next Meeting
•
•
June 8, 2015, 6:30 p.m., Regular Board of Education Meeting, at
the School Board Office;
June 11, 2015, 6:00 to 9:00 p.m., Long Service Recognition and
Retirement Dinner, Penticton Lakeside Resort, by invitation
15.
QUESTION PERIOD
16.
ADJOURNMENT
RECOMMENDED MOTION:
That the meeting be adjourned.
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April 20, 2015
The Honourable Peter Fassbender
Minister of Education
PO Box 9045, Stn Prov Govt
Victoria, BC V8V 9E2
RE: Motions passed at BCSTA AGM regarding Bill 11
Dear Minster Fassbender,
At our Annual General Meeting this past weekend, the membership of the BC School Trustees
Association passed the following three motions in regard to Bill 11-2015: The Education
Statutes Amendment Act, 2015.
1.
That BCSTA demand the Government of BC immediately withdraw the sections of
Bill 11 that override the authority of democratically elected Boards of Education.
Specifically where Bill 11 adds new provisions which broaden the Minister’s authority
to issue administrative directives, where Bill 11 would amend the special advisor
provision, and where shared service providers are designated by the Minister of
Education.
2.
That BCSTA publicly advocate strongly against the erosion of local Board of
Education autonomy in Bill 11.
3.
That BCSTA demand an immediate review of the intent of Bill 11 legislation and an
opportunity to recommend amendments prior to final adoption as well as the
formation of a management partners’ working group to participate in the
development of any subsequent process or resulting regulations.
The predominate view of Trustees from across this province is that Bill 11 as written is a
challenge to the autonomy and authority of locally elected Boards of Education.
Had BCSTA and our member Boards been provided an opportunity for participation and input
such as that given for the accountability framework or curriculum revisions, we may not have
arrived at this point. The absence of appropriate consultation and review processes compounds
our concerns.
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Contrary to the intent and spirit of our recently signed Co-Governance Memorandum of
Understanding, the Ministry of Education did not engage Boards in a broad-based consultation
process prior to the tabling of this legislation. As the co-governors of the K-12 system, Boards
of Education were not provided an opportunity to hear the concerns or intent of government
before this legislation was tabled; nor were Boards asked to co-construct appropriate changes
to the School Act or other legislation.
Deputy Minister Dave Byng committed to the BCSTA membership at our AGM last Friday that
there would be opportunities for both consultation and input regarding the planned regulations
that will flow out of this legislation. We now seek your commitment to work with us to first
address the areas of concern Trustees have with Bill 11 itself.
If British Columbia is to maintain an outstanding public education system, there must be respect
for the individual needs and input of local communities through their elected representatives:
BC’s Boards of Education. Divesting Boards of their ability to independently and appropriately
manage the priorities of their school district threatens the structures and decision making
processes that have benefited our students for decades.
Strong Boards of Education provide BC communities with the local representation and decision
making that is necessary for us to maintain the flexibility, innovation and adaptability that make
our schools both unique and world class.
Bill 11 has just come up for second reading in the House. We ask your support in ensuring this
piece of legislation is not adopted as written. Your support for the continued autonomy and
authority of locally elected Boards of Education will help ensure our greatest asset, our
students, receive the unique educational opportunities they deserve through well managed and
locally responsive schools.
Sincerely,
Teresa Rezansoff
President
BC School Trustees Association
cc:
Dave Byng, Deputy Minister of Education
BCSTA Member Boards of Education
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April 28, 2015
Linda Van Alphen
Chair – SD67 (Okanagan Skaha) Board of Education
425 Jermyn Ave.
Penticton, BC V2A 1Z4
Dear Ms. Alphen,
Thank you for your letter of April 14, 2015 in regard to Bill 11 and the opportunity for Boards to
discuss their concerns with the legislation at our Annual General Meeting. The BCSTA Board
considered your request as well as those of other Boards in bringing forward a late motion to
our AGM to ensure Bill 11 was fully discussed by our members. The fulsome discussion that
took place around the three separate motions regarding Bill 11 will help to guide our
organization as we address the issues raised in the legislation.
In addition to the motions and debate at AGM, BCSTA has produced an overview document
explaining the various parts of this somewhat complex bill. In follow-up, we will also be
providing Boards this week with a detailed Question and Answer document answering the key
questions that have been brought forward by Trustees since the bill was tabled. In particular,
we will address the central question of ‘what is actually changed by the new legislation?’ in
terms of government authorities.
While we have not put forward an online survey for Boards as you also suggested, I am hoping
that the actions of the BCSTA Board addressing the need for both discussion and information
have been satisfactory. Any further feedback or suggestions you might offer would be
appreciated.
Thank you again to you and your fellow Board members for their input to the direction of
BCSTA.
Sincerely,
Teresa Rezansoff
President
BC School Trustees Association
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SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 67 (OKANAGAN SKAHA)
BOARD CORRESPONDENCE - OPEN MEETING
Monday, May 11, 2015, 6:30 P.M.
SCHOOL BOARD OFFICE
425 Jermyn Avenue
Pages
1.
Correspondence Requiring Action
1.1
2015-04-16 Letter from District of Summerland
1
A letter from the District of Summerland regarding the placement of grade
6 late French immersion outside of Summerland
1.2
2015-04-20 Letter to Minister of Education
2
Letter forwarded by Teresa Rezansoff, President, BCSTA, to the Minister
of Education regarding Bill 11-2015: The Education Statutes Amendment
Act, 2015
2.
Correspondence TO the Board of Education
2.1
2015-04-28 from BCSTA
4
A letter from Teresa Rezansoff, President, BCSTA, in response to the
Board's letter regarding Bill 11
2.2
2015-05-04 Letter from Employee Re Bill 11
5
A letter from a teacher, Thora Delaquis, regarding Bill 11 and reponse
from Chair Van Alphen
2.3
2015-04-16 from Deputy Minister of Education
7
A letter from the Deputy Minister of Education regarding achievement
contracts and district literacy plans
3.
Correspondence COPIED to the Board of Education
3.1
2015-03-26 SD54 (Bulkley Valley) to Minister of Education
Letter to Minister of Education regarding the administrative savings and
increased pressure placed on school districts
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3.2
2015-04-07 SD57 (Prince George) to Minister of Education
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Letter to Minister of Education expressing extreme concern that financial
support and grants will not be available to graduated adults upgrading
through the K-12 sector and urging that this financial support be made
available
3.3
2015-04-08 SD45 (West Vancouver) to Ministers of Education and
Finance
12
Letter to Ministers of Education and Finance expressing grave concern
about the recent direction to boards of education to find an additional $29
million in administrative savings for 2015-16 and further savings in 201617 and 2017-18
3.4
2015-04-08 SD20 (Kootenay-Columbia) to Minister of Education
14
Letter to the Minister of Education requesting that the Ministry's decision
to stop funding upgrading courses for graduated adults in the K-12 public
school system be rescinded
3.5
2015-04-09 SD70 (Alberni) to Minister of Education
15
Letter to Minister of Education expressing concern in regards to the
reduction of education funding for 2015-16 and beyond
3.6
2015-04-09 SD37 (Delta) to Ministers of Finance and Education
16
Letter to Ministers of Finance and Education urging that the freeze on
management/exempt staff, including principals and vice principals,
compensation be lifted immediately and that a fair and reasonable
increase in a similar pattern to the recently negotiated collective
agreements of unionized staff be fully funded by the provincial
government
3.7
2015-04-14 SD85 (Vancouver Island North) to Minister of Education
17
Letter to Minister of Education requesting that the compensation freeze
be withdrawn
3.8
2015-04-14 SD85 (Vancouver Island North) to Minister of Education
19
Letter to Minister of Education regarding lack of consutlation by the
government, requirement for administrative savings, lack of funding to
cover inflation, recent agreement with CUPE, increases in hydro rates,
and increased BCMSP and WorkSafeBC premiums
3.9
2015-04-20 to SD44 (North Vancouver) to Ministers of Finance and
Education
Letter on behalf of the district and board of education, parent
advisory councils, teachers' union and CUPE to Ministers of Finance and
Education regarding the provincial budget, operating grant, and
administrative savings
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3.10
2015-04-20 SD81 (Fort Nelson) to Minister of Education
28
Letter to Minister of Education regarding disrespect displayed toward
trustees in the province, lack of consultation by the Ministry,
administrative savings directive, current freeze on exempt staff salaries,
and Bill 11
3.11
2015-04-21 SD47 (Powell River) to Minister of Education
31
Letter to the Minister of Education on behalf of local teachers, support
workers unions and DPAC expressing concerns with regard to the
potential impact of Bill 11-2015
3.12
2015-04-21 SD46 (Sunshine Coast) to Minister of Education
33
Letter to Minister of Education regarding Bill 11 and the components
affecting the autonomy of locally elected school boards
3.13
2015-04-21 SD63 (Saanich) to Minister of Education
35
Letter to Minister of Education conveying opposition to the proposed
terms of Bill 11 and requesting that the government not proceed with its
adoption
3.14
2015-04-22 SD41 (Burnaby) to Ministers of Education and Finance
36
Letter to Ministers of Education and Finance urging government to
immediately withdraw the compensation freeze for excluded and exempt
staff in the K-12 public education sector
3.15
2015-04-22 Minister of Education to BCSTA
38
Letter from Minister of Education to Teresa Rezansoff, President,
BCSTA, regarding Bill 11
3.16
2015-04-22 SD37 (Delta) to Minister of Education
40
Letter to the Minister of Education expressing concern that consultation
as set out in the Co-Governance Relationship Memorandum of
Understanding did not take place in the development of Bill 11
3.17
2015-04-22 SD28 (Quesnel) to Ministers of Education and Finance
42
Letter to Ministers of Education and Finance regarding the 2015-16
budget funding shortfall
3.18
2015-04-23 SD8 (Kootenay Lake) to Minister of Education
44
A letter to the Minister of Education expresing concern about the
ramifications of Bill 11
3.19
2015-04-24 SD44 (North Vancouver) to Minister of Education
Letter to Minister of Education supporting the BCSTA letter to Minister of
Education demanding an immediate review of the intent of Bill 11
legislation and asking for the removal or amendment of all sections in the
Bill that reduce the autonomy of local school boards
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3.20
2015-04-27 SD38 (Richmond) to Minister of Education
47
Letter to Minister of Education regarding the administrative and funding
cuts
3.21
2015-04-29 SD57 (Prince George) to Premier and Minister of Education
49
A letter to the Premier and Minister of Education strongly opposing the
elements of Bill 11 that increase the authority of the Minister of Education
in local decisions and district directions and that serve to seriously erode
the autonomy and authority of locally elected boards of education
3.22
2015-04-29 SD91 (Nechako Lakes) to Minister of Education
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A letter to the Minister of Education expressing concerns related to Bill 11
3.23
2015-05-01 SD42 (Maple Ridge & Pitt Meadows) to Minister of Education
52
Letter to Minister of Education urging the government to step back from
its imminent adoption of Bill 11 and listen carefully to the message being
sent regarding Bill 11
3.24
2015-05-04 SD64 (Gulf Islands) to Minister and Deputy Minister of
Education and Premier
54
A letter to Minister and Deputy Minister of Education and Premier
expressing concerns relating to the lack of consultation with regard to Bill
11
3.25
2015-05-04 SD43 (Coquitlam) to Minister
55
Letter to Minister of Education and copied to local MLAs stating their
opposition to Bill 11
3.26
2015-05-05 SD75 (Mission) to Minister of Education
57
Letter to Minister of Education conveying alarm and dissatisfaction to the
proposed Bill 11: Education Statutes Amendment Act, 2015
4.
Correspondence FROM the Board of Education
4.1
2015-04-14 to BCSTA
59
A letter of response to BCSTA providing the Board's suggestions for
feedback relating to Bill 11
4.2
2015-04-14 to South Okanagan Performing Arts Centre
60
A letter to the South Okanagan Performing Arts Centre enclosing a
cheque in the amount of $10,800, which is the balance of funds in the
Adopt-a-Seat account
4.3
2015-04-15 PSS Bursary and Scholarship Foundation
A letter to the Foundation providing the Foundation with up to 150 hours
of clerical support for the Foundation for the 2015-16 school year
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SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 67 (OKANAGAN SKAHA)
POLICY
POLICY
#202
Personal Use of Technological Services
RATIONALE
The school district purchases a variety of technological services to support its administrative and
educational requirements. These are paid for with public funds and are entrusted to the school
board for educational and administrative purposes.
POLICY
Personal use of technological services which result in additional billings to the school board is
prohibited except under emergency conditions and only then upon the condition that full
reimbursement is made to the district.
ADOPTED: November 8, 1999
Reviewed/Revised:
Statutory Reference:
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SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 67 (OKANAGAN SKAHA)
REGULATIONS AND PROCEDURES
POLICY
#202
Personal Use of Technological Services
1.
A record of personal use of technological services including fax machines, telephone
services and access to computer databases shall be maintained at each school district
facility. Invoices for such use will be forwarded to each facility every month for the
supervisor's signature, and payments for personal usage must be remitted to the school
board office upon receipt of these statements.
2.
Personal use of other district equipment such as photocopiers, shop tools, etc. should
occur rarely. When it does, authority of, and reporting by, the supervisor will be required
and should be accompanied with an estimate of costs to be assigned.
3.
Use of school district telephone lines or equipment to access external computer
databases for other than instructional or educational purposes is not permitted.
ADOPTED: November 8, 1999
Reviewed/Revised:
Statutory Reference:
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SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 67 (OKANAGAN SKAHA)
POLICY
POLICY
#730
Integrated Pest Management
RATIONALE
The Board must exercise diligence regarding health and safety matters when the use of pesticide
is required.
POLICY
When possible, the Board will use alternatives to the chemical control of pests and weeds. When
necessary, chemical application shall be carried out under strict control and in accordance with
government rules and regulations.
ADOPTED: November 8, 1999
Reviewed/Revised:
Statutory Reference:
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SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 67 (OKANAGAN SKAHA)
REGULATIONS AND PROCEDURES
POLICY
#730
Integrated Pest Management
1.
The uses of pesticide shall be in compliance with the British Columbia Pesticide Control
Act.
2.
The Grounds Maintenance Program is established by the school district administration
staff in consultation with local authorities.
3.
Supervisory staff and grounds employees directly involved in the use and application of
pesticides shall be certified in compliance with provincial legislation. An annual licence
and permits, where applicable, shall be obtained.
4.
Where practical, application of pesticides will be performed by a certified contractor who
will be accompanied by a school district representative.
5.
Affected areas will be posted for a minimum of 48 hours before and after spraying.
6.
Grounds employees will remain at herbicide application areas until the material has dried.
7.
Pesticide applications shall only be made when school is not in session, i.e. weekends,
spring break, and summer vacation.
ADOPTED: November 8, 1999
Reviewed/Revised:
Statutory Reference:
Pesticide Control Act
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DRAFT
POLICY
POLICY
NEW #540
EMPLOYEE TRAVEL: INSURANCE AND EXPENSES
RATIONALE
The Board of Education recognizes the need for employees to travel on school district business
and be reimbursed for out-of-pocket expenses.
The purpose of these policies and procedures is to ensure that employees are appropriately
reimbursed for expenses incurred while travelling on business. This section provides guidelines
for completing the travel claim voucher and describes conditions for reimbursement of expenses.
POLICY
Employees will be reimbursed for reasonable out-of-pocket expenses necessarily incurred on
school district business. Out-of-province travel requires the prior approval of the employee’s
immediate supervisor.
The rates reflected in the procedure below will be reviewed periodically and may be changed with
the approval of the Board.
ADOPTED:
DRAFT
Reviewed/Revised:
Statutory Reference:
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SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 67 (OKANAGAN SKAHA)
DRAFT
REGULATIONS AND PROCEDURES
POLICY
NEW #540 EMPLOYEE TRAVEL: INSURANCE AND EXPENSES
Claims for reimbursement of expenses will be considered in accordance with the following
guidelines:
1.
All claims for reimbursement must be supported by a standard Travel Expense Claim
Form and supporting documentation where required.
2.
Business use of private vehicles shall be reimbursed at a rate per kilometer that is
inclusive of all costs incurred by the employee. The rate per kilometer will be the
rates established through Policy No. 150 – Trustee Financial Matters.
3.
An employee who is required to use his/her personal vehicle for District purposes
shall be reimbursed the difference in premium costs between their regular Insurance
Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) Rate and ICBC Rate Class 007 (Business
Class) where the employee is required to purchase additional insurance in order to
comply with ICBC regulations. Receipt and/or documentation is required for
reimbursement.
4.
Claims for reimbursement of expenses and for use of private vehicles must be
authorized and finally approved by the employee's immediate supervisor.
5.
Employees expected to travel as part of their assignments will be paid mileage from
their base locations to their service sites at the prescribed mileage rate noted in
clause 2 above.
6.
Mileage claims must be claimed quarterly at a minimum.
submitted before July 7th of each year.
7.
Expense claims for out-of-district travel will be considered on the basis of the
following guidelines:
June’s claim must be
a) Employees who are required to travel for business purposes should consider the
lowest cost alternative for travel between air fare and use of a private vehicle. Air
fares should be booked sufficiently in advance of the travel date to take
advantage of reduced excursion fares. Only economy air fare will be considered
for reimbursement. One (1) checked bag will be reimbursed with appropriate
receipts each way. Kilometer rates remain as established in clause 2 above. A
flat rate of $375.00 will be in place for mileage to Vancouver return.
b) Reasonable accommodation costs as evidenced by appropriate hotel receipts.
Only standard level room costs and applicable taxes will be covered. A claim of
$20.00 per day will be considered if the accommodation is at a friend's residence
in lieu of a hotel room.
c) A per diem amount for meals shall follow Policy No. 150 – Trustee Financial
Matters. Costs incurred in excess of the per diem amount will be considered for
reimbursement if supported by appropriate receipts. Per diem amounts will be
reduced if meals are provided.
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d) Other expenses supported by appropriate receipts e.g. tolls, parking, ferry rates,
taxis, telephone calls, etc.
e) Registration, course or other fees supported by appropriate receipts with prior
approval from the immediate supervisor.
ADOPTED:
DRAFT
Reviewed/Revised:
Statutory Reference:
May 4, 2015
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FIELD TRIP REQUESTS
School Board Meeting – May 11, 2015
1.0
LEVEL 1 – (LOW RISK DAY TRIPS APPROVED AT SCHOOL LEVEL)
2.0
LEVEL 2 - LOW RISK (UP TO 2 NIGHTS IN BC) APPROVED BY PRINCIPAL
3.0
LEVEL 3 – MED/HIGH RISK (2+ NIGHTS IN BC) APPROVED BY SUPERINTENDENT
4.0
3.1
June 12, 2015; Princess Margaret Secondary; 28 Social Studies grade 9 students
to canoe on Vaseaux Lake to reenact travel experienced by fur traders; Erica
Fitton.
3.2
June 15 – 17, 2015; Trout Creek Elementary; 45 grade 5 students on a year end
field trip to Silver Lake Forestry Camp. B.Thorpe, B. Hutcheson and M. Miller plus
parent chaperones.
LEVEL 4 - TRIPS REQUIRING BOARD APPROVAL
IN PRINCIPLE / PROCEED WITH PLANNING:
FINAL APPROVAL:
4.1
June 30 – July 24, 2015; Princess Margaret Secondary and Penticton Secondary;
17 grade 10 – 12 students to travel to and participate in a humanitarian trip to
Arusha, Tanzania; Sandra Richardson, Lesley Lacrois, Leona Tank and parent
chaperone. International travel. Board approved in principle June 9, 2014. Final
Board approval requested.
4.2
Sept 29 – October 10, 2015; Penticton Secondary, Princess Margaret Secondary
and Summerland Secondary; 12 senior secondary students to travel to Kyoto,
Ikeda and Tokyo, Japan on a sister city exchange; Don Grant and Rachel
Stubbert. International travel – Board approved in principle February 2, 2015.
Final Board approval requested.
Don MacIntyre
May 11, 2015
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costs
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consumables, student voice,
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for optional workbooks, specific to
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depending on event and location
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activities
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Annual Budget
School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha)
June 30, 2016
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School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha)
June 30, 2016
Table of Contents
Bylaw ......................................................................................................................................................................................................
1
Annual Budget - Revenue and Expense - Statement 2 .............................................................................................................................
2
Annual Budget - Changes in Net Financial Assets (Debt) - Statement 4 .................................................................................................
4
Annual Budget - Operating Revenue and Expense - Schedule 2 .............................................................................................................
5
Schedule 2A - Annual Budget - Schedule of Operating Revenue by Source .................................................................................
6
Schedule 2B - Annual Budget - Schedule of Operating Expense by Source .................................................................................
7
Schedule 2C - Annual Budget - Operating Expense by Function, Program and Object ................................................................
8
Annual Budget - Special Purpose Revenue and Expense - Schedule 3 ....................................................................................................
10
Schedule 3A - Annual Budget - Changes in Special Purpose Funds .............................................................................................
11
Annual Budget - Capital Revenue and Expense - Schedule 4 ...............................................................................................................
13
*NOTE - Statement 1, Statement 3, Statement 5, Schedule 1 and Schedules 4A - 4D are used for Financial Statement reporting only.
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ANNUAL BUDGET BYLAW
A Bylaw of THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 67 (OKANAGAN SKAHA)
(called the ''Board'') to adopt the Annual Budget of the Board for the fiscal year 2015/2016 pursuant
to section 113 of the School Act , R.S.B.C., 1996, c. 412 as amended from time to time (called the "Act ").
1.
Board has complied with the provisions of the Act respecting the Annual Budget
adopted by this bylaw.
2.
This bylaw may be cited as School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha)
Annual Budget Bylaw for fiscal year 2015/2016.
3.
The attached Statement 2 showing the estimated revenue and expense for the
2015/2016 fiscal year and the total budget bylaw amount of $62,621,814 for the 2015/2016 fiscal
year was prepared in accordance with the Act .
4.
Statement 2, 4 and Schedules 2 to 4 are adopted as the Annual Budget of the Board
for the fiscal year 2015/2016.
READ A FIRST TIME THE 11th DAY OF MAY, 2015;
READ A SECOND TIME THE 11th DAY OF MAY, 2015;
READ A THIRD TIME, PASSED AND ADOPTED THE 8th DAY OF JUNE, 2015;
Chairperson of the Board
(Corporate Seal)
Secretary Treasurer
I HEREBY CERTIFY this to be a true original of School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha)
Annual Budget Bylaw 2015/2016, adopted by the Board the ______ DAY OF ___________________, 2015.
Secretary Treasurer
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Statement 2
School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha)
Annual Budget - Revenue and Expense
Year Ended June 30, 2016
2016
Annual Budget
Ministry Operating Grant Funded FTE's
School-Age
Adult
Other
Total Ministry Operating Grant Funded FTE's
2015 Amended
Annual Budget
5,558.125
5.000
26.250
5,589.375
5,668.500
6.500
1.750
5,676.750
$
$
Revenues
Provincial Grants
Ministry of Education
Other
Tuition
Other Revenue
Rentals and Leases
Investment Income
Amortization of Deferred Capital Revenue
Total Revenue
54,113,506
87,760
725,000
3,625,106
325,000
185,300
3,115,795
62,177,467
53,398,165
93,260
747,759
3,859,606
325,000
188,250
3,121,757
61,733,797
Expenses
Instruction
District Administration
Operations and Maintenance
Transportation and Housing
Total Expense
47,106,521
2,107,997
12,150,744
859,267
62,224,529
47,307,552
2,284,800
12,949,899
875,919
63,418,170
Net Revenue (Expense)
(47,062)
(1,684,373)
Budgeted Allocation (Retirement) of Surplus (Deficit)
149,109
2,034,214
Budgeted Surplus (Deficit), for the year
102,047
349,841
Budgeted Surplus (Deficit), for the year comprised of:
Operating Fund Surplus (Deficit)
Special Purpose Fund Surplus (Deficit)
Capital Fund Surplus (Deficit)
Budgeted Surplus (Deficit), for the year
102,047
102,047
349,841
349,841
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Statement 2
School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha)
Annual Budget - Revenue and Expense
Year Ended June 30, 2016
2016
Annual Budget
Budget Bylaw Amount
Operating - Total Expense
Operating - Tangible Capital Assets Purchased
Operating - Reduction of Unfunded Employee Future Benefits
Special Purpose Funds - Total Expense
Special Purpose Funds - Tangible Capital Assets Purchased
Capital Fund - Total Expense
Capital Fund - Tangible Capital Assets Purchased from Local Capital
Budgeted Retirement of Prior Year Deficits
Total Budget Bylaw Amount
2015 Amended
Annual Budget
54,665,701
250,000
56,027,671
100,000
3,912,795
147,285
3,646,033
4,026,763
291,820
3,363,736
62,621,814
63,809,990
Approved by the Board
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Signature of the Chairperson of the Board of Education
Date Signed
Signature of the Superintendent
Date Signed
Signature of the Secretary Treasurer
Date Signed
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Statement 4
School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha)
Annual Budget - Changes in Net Financial Assets (Debt)
Year Ended June 30, 2016
2016
Annual Budget
$
Surplus (Deficit) for the year
Effect of change in Tangible Capital Assets
Acquisition of Tangible Capital Assets
From Operating and Special Purpose Funds
From Deferred Capital Revenue
Total Acquisition of Tangible Capital Assets
Amortization of Tangible Capital Assets
Total Effect of change in Tangible Capital Assets
Use of Prepaid Expenses
(Increase) Decrease in Net Financial Assets (Debt)
2015 Amended
Annual Budget
$
(47,062)
(1,684,373)
(397,285)
(1,095,666)
(1,492,951)
(391,820)
(1,223,189)
(1,615,009)
3,636,033
2,143,082
3,343,736
1,728,727
150,000
150,000
146,883
146,883
2,246,020
191,237
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Schedule 2
School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha)
Annual Budget - Operating Revenue and Expense
Year Ended June 30, 2016
2016
Annual Budget
$
2015 Amended
Annual Budget
$
Revenues
Provincial Grants
Ministry of Education
Other
Tuition
Other Revenue
Rentals and Leases
Investment Income
Total Revenue
52,029,726
47,760
725,000
1,514,106
325,000
125,000
54,766,592
51,318,832
47,760
747,759
1,514,106
325,000
140,000
54,093,457
Expenses
Instruction
District Administration
Operations and Maintenance
Transportation and Housing
Total Expense
43,339,461
2,107,997
8,358,976
859,267
54,665,701
43,280,789
2,284,800
9,586,163
875,919
56,027,671
Net Revenue (Expense)
100,891
(1,934,214)
Budgeted Prior Year Surplus Appropriation
149,109
2,034,214
Net Transfers (to) from other funds
Tangible Capital Assets Purchased
Total Net Transfers
Budgeted Surplus (Deficit), for the year
(250,000)
(250,000)
-
(100,000)
(100,000)
-
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Schedule 2A
School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha)
Annual Budget - Schedule of Operating Revenue by Source
Year Ended June 30, 2016
2016
Annual Budget
$
Provincial Grants - Ministry of Education
Operating Grant, Ministry of Education
AANDC/LEA Recovery
Strike Savings Recovery
Other Ministry of Education Grants
Pay Equity
Labour Settlement Funding
FSA Grant
Carbon Tax Rebate
February Recount
May Recount
BC Ed Plan
July Recount - Summer Learning
Education Guarantee (Graduated Adults)
Administrative Savings
Total Provincial Grants - Ministry of Education
Provincial Grants - Other
52,298,779
(1,039,106)
441,194
13,770
40,000
361,548
76,588
111,850
45,114
(320,011)
52,029,726
2015 Amended
Annual Budget
$
51,728,328
(1,039,106)
(1,554,162)
441,194
1,037,937
13,769
40,000
426,851
102,815
115,306
5,600
300
51,318,832
47,760
47,760
525,000
200,000
725,000
527,550
220,209
747,759
375,000
1,039,106
375,000
1,039,106
100,000
1,514,106
100,000
1,514,106
Rentals and Leases
325,000
325,000
Investment Income
125,000
140,000
54,766,592
54,093,457
Tuition
Offshore Tuition Fees
Okanagan Hockey School
Total Tuition
Other Revenues
Other School District/Education Authorities
LEA/Direct Funding from First Nations
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous Revenue
Total Other Revenue
Total Operating Revenue
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Schedule 2B
School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha)
Annual Budget - Schedule of Operating Expense by Source
Year Ended June 30, 2016
2016
Annual Budget
$
Salaries
Teachers
Principals and Vice Principals
Educational Assistants
Support Staff
Other Professionals
Substitutes
Total Salaries
Employee Benefits
Total Salaries and Benefits
Services and Supplies
Services
Student Transportation
Professional Development and Travel
Rentals and Leases
Dues and Fees
Insurance
Supplies
Utilities
Total Services and Supplies
Total Operating Expense
2015 Amended
Annual Budget
$
23,462,551
3,545,812
3,165,610
4,891,265
1,620,375
1,354,952
38,040,565
22,744,708
3,618,231
3,522,599
4,547,549
1,777,920
1,410,413
37,621,420
9,398,777
9,165,310
47,439,342
46,786,730
1,595,800
553,430
486,900
10,000
63,700
161,000
2,780,529
1,575,000
7,226,359
1,866,419
625,496
698,420
7,000
63,700
241,000
4,048,906
1,690,000
9,240,941
54,665,701
56,027,671
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Schedule 2C
School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha)
Annual Budget - Operating Expense by Function, Program and Object
Year Ended June 30, 2016
Principals and
Vice Principals
Salaries
$
Teachers
Salaries
$
1 Instruction
1.02 Regular Instruction
1.03 Career Programs
1.07 Library Services
1.08 Counselling
1.10 Special Education
1.30 English Language Learning
1.31 Aboriginal Education
1.41 School Administration
1.60 Summer School
1.61 Continuing Education
1.62 Off Shore Students
1.64 Other
Total Function 1
4 District Administration
4.11 Educational Administration
4.40 School District Governance
4.41 Business Administration
Total Function 4
5 Operations and Maintenance
5.41 Operations and Maintenance Administration
5.50 Maintenance Operations
5.52 Maintenance of Grounds
5.56 Utilities
Total Function 5
18,427,086
165,083
760,869
820,941
2,651,401
133,551
219,626
193,700
90,294
23,462,551
1,011,475
Educational
Assistants
Salaries
$
Support
Staff
Salaries
$
101,158
77,287
39,520
135,850
2,692,725
96,977
1,955,153
294,440
49,001
17,784
3,305,760
-
240,052
-
Substitutes
Salaries
$
967,600
153,444
2,500
354,509
40,211
1,239,094
43,411
-
253,691
297,102
5,000
12,000
1,330,452
21,112,590
242,370
956,333
820,941
6,109,971
133,551
620,543
2,418,687
35,000
258,726
160,289
32,869,001
12,500
12,500
654,625
78,600
708,208
1,441,433
275,486
9,500
23,366
35,000
11,025
3,165,610
Total
Salaries
$
605,271
440,168
240,052
-
Other
Professionals
Salaries
$
365,534
371,162
78,600
442,017
891,779
19,987
2,920,739
271,056
347,686
10,000
367,673
2,920,739
281,056
3,569,468
-
3,211,782
347,686
15,376
2,000
2,000
15,376
145,287
160,663
10,000
7 Transportation and Housing
7.41 Transportation and Housing Administration
7.70 Student Transportation
Total Function 7
-
-
-
143,287
143,287
9 Debt Services
Total Function 9
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Total Functions 1 - 9
23,462,551
3,545,812
3,165,610
4,891,265
1,620,375
1,354,952
38,040,565
15,376
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Schedule 2C
School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha)
Annual Budget - Operating Expense by Function, Program and Object
Year Ended June 30, 2016
Total
Salaries
$
Employee
Benefits
$
Total Salaries
and Benefits
$
1 Instruction
1.02 Regular Instruction
1.03 Career Programs
1.07 Library Services
1.08 Counselling
1.10 Special Education
1.30 English Language Learning
1.31 Aboriginal Education
1.41 School Administration
1.60 Summer School
1.61 Continuing Education
1.62 Off Shore Students
1.64 Other
Total Function 1
21,112,590
242,370
956,333
820,941
6,109,971
133,551
620,543
2,418,687
35,000
258,726
160,289
32,869,001
5,290,564
63,016
246,738
213,445
1,528,411
34,723
153,028
551,883
7,350
4 District Administration
4.11 Educational Administration
4.40 School District Governance
4.41 Business Administration
Total Function 4
Services and
Supplies
$
2016
Annual Budget
$
1,415,650
150,000
500
10,000
322,700
1,000
62,929
49,000
650
82,441
38,932
8,210,531
26,403,154
305,386
1,203,071
1,034,386
7,638,382
168,274
773,571
2,970,570
42,350
341,167
199,221
41,079,532
654,625
78,600
708,208
1,441,433
135,028
1,203
150,833
287,064
5 Operations and Maintenance
5.41 Operations and Maintenance Administration
5.50 Maintenance Operations
5.52 Maintenance of Grounds
5.56 Utilities
Total Function 5
367,673
2,920,739
281,056
3,569,468
75,541
720,992
71,475
7 Transportation and Housing
7.41 Transportation and Housing Administration
7.70 Student Transportation
Total Function 7
2015 Amended
Annual Budget
$
27,256,673
404,514
1,215,158
1,033,916
8,173,791
165,238
989,981
3,323,044
218,500
29,000
2,259,929
27,818,804
455,386
1,203,571
1,044,386
7,961,082
169,274
836,500
3,019,570
43,000
559,667
228,221
43,339,461
789,653
79,803
859,041
1,728,497
55,000
74,500
250,000
379,500
844,653
154,303
1,109,041
2,107,997
837,829
183,450
1,263,521
2,284,800
868,008
443,214
3,641,731
352,531
4,437,476
141,000
2,120,500
85,000
1,575,000
3,921,500
584,214
5,762,231
437,531
1,575,000
8,358,976
853,788
6,542,640
499,735
1,690,000
9,586,163
15,376
145,287
160,663
3,229
29,945
33,174
18,605
175,232
193,837
1,000
664,430
665,430
19,605
839,662
859,267
20,635
855,284
875,919
9 Debt Services
Total Function 9
-
-
-
-
-
-
Total Functions 1 - 9
38,040,565
9,398,777
47,439,342
7,226,359
54,665,701
56,027,671
5,000
527,550
185,924
43,280,789
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Schedule 3
School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha)
Annual Budget - Special Purpose Revenue and Expense
Year Ended June 30, 2016
2016
Annual Budget
$
2015 Amended
Annual Budget
$
Revenues
Provincial Grants
Ministry of Education
Other
Other Revenue
Investment Income
Total Revenue
2,083,780
40,000
1,911,000
25,300
4,060,080
2,079,333
45,500
2,165,500
28,250
4,318,583
Expenses
Instruction
Operations and Maintenance
Total Expense
3,767,060
145,735
3,912,795
4,026,763
147,285
291,820
(147,285)
(147,285)
(291,820)
(291,820)
Net Revenue (Expense)
Net Transfers (to) from other funds
Tangible Capital Assets Purchased
Total Net Transfers
Budgeted Surplus (Deficit), for the year
-
4,026,763
-
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Schedule 3A
School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha)
Annual Budget - Changes in Special Purpose Funds
Year Ended June 30, 2016
Annual
Facility
Grant
$
Deferred Revenue, beginning of year
Add: Restricted Grants
Provincial Grants - Ministry of Education
Provincial Grants - Other
Other
Investment Income
Less: Allocated to Revenue
Deferred Revenue, end of year
Revenues
Provincial Grants - Ministry of Education
Provincial Grants - Other
Other Revenue
Investment Income
-
Learning
Improvement
Fund
$
-
291,320
1,103,485
1,700
293,020
2,500
1,105,985
750
750
1,000
600
14,493
1,875,500
15,000
1,890,500
1,600
129,600
750
27,700
250
145,692
850
382,383
293,020
-
1,105,985
-
6,500
27,250
6,350
47,143
1,925,000
1,465,500
124,200
31,400
17,900
33,800
145,692
-
382,383
-
291,320
1,103,485
5,750
5,750
122,600
17,150
145,442
381,533
1,700
293,020
2,500
1,105,985
750
6,500
600
6,350
1,600
124,200
750
17,900
250
145,692
850
382,383
65,000
7,500
30,000
2,750
Expenses
Salaries
Teachers
Educational Assistants
Support Staff
Other Professionals
Substitutes
Net Revenue (Expense) before Interfund Transfers
Interfund Transfers
Tangible Capital Assets Purchased
Net Revenue (Expense)
Special
Education
Equipment
$
39,000
School
Generated
Funds
$
1,500,000
12,893
1,910,000
15,000
1,925,000
Strong
Start
$
26,000
Ready,
Set,
Learn
$
24,000
128,000
26,950
145,442
381,533
703,125
176,558
OLEP
$
CommunityLINK
$
-
72,000
Employee Benefits
Services and Supplies
Aboriginal
Education
Technology
$
33,000
879,683
-
-
-
1,200
73,200
1,200
1,200
65,000
40,250
6,350
6,350
1,925,000
1,925,000
18,500
32,500
124,200
200
16,500
17,900
16,250
64,442
145,692
10,100
332,033
382,383
226,302
145,735
145,735
1,105,985
6,500
6,500
147,285
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
(147,285)
(147,285)
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
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Schedule 3A
School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha)
Annual Budget - Changes in Special Purpose Funds
Year Ended June 30, 2016
Deferred Revenue, beginning of year
Add: Restricted Grants
Provincial Grants - Ministry of Education
Provincial Grants - Other
Other
Investment Income
Promoting
Healthy
Schools
$
10,000
Share Service
Attendance
Art Starts Wellness Support
$
$
1,000
36,500
TOTAL
$
1,669,500
550
30,550
-
750
750
2,089,623
30,000
1,876,500
25,300
4,021,423
Less: Allocated to Revenue
Deferred Revenue, end of year
40,550
-
1,000
-
11,500
25,750
4,060,080
1,630,843
Revenues
Provincial Grants - Ministry of Education
Provincial Grants - Other
Other Revenue
Investment Income
10,750
40,000
2,083,780
40,000
1,911,000
25,300
4,060,080
Expenses
Salaries
Teachers
Educational Assistants
Support Staff
Other Professionals
Substitutes
Employee Benefits
Services and Supplies
Net Revenue (Expense) before Interfund Transfers
30,000
1,000
550
40,550
1,000
750
11,500
30,600
30,600
-
5,000
806,225
206,558
74,750
5,000
2,400
1,094,933
7,650
2,300
40,550
1,000
1,000
6,500
11,500
279,002
2,538,860
3,912,795
-
-
-
147,285
-
-
-
(147,285)
(147,285)
-
-
-
5,000
Interfund Transfers
Tangible Capital Assets Purchased
Net Revenue (Expense)
-
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Schedule 4
School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha)
Annual Budget - Capital Revenue and Expense
Year Ended June 30, 2016
2016 Annual Budget
Invested in Tangible
Local
Capital Assets
Capital
$
$
Revenues
Provincial Grants
Other Revenue
Investment Income
Amortization of Deferred Capital Revenue
Total Revenue
Expenses
Operations and Maintenance
Amortization of Tangible Capital Assets
Operations and Maintenance
Total Expense
Net Revenue (Expense)
Net Transfers (to) from other funds
Tangible Capital Assets Purchased
Total Net Transfers
Other Adjustments to Fund Balances
Total Other Adjustments to Fund Balances
Budgeted Surplus (Deficit), for the year
200,000
35,000
3,115,795
3,115,795
3,636,033
3,636,033
(520,238)
Fund
Balance
$
2015 Amended
Annual Budget
$
235,000
200,000
35,000
3,115,795
3,350,795
180,000
20,000
3,121,757
3,321,757
10,000
10,000
20,000
10,000
3,636,033
3,646,033
3,343,736
3,363,736
225,000
(295,238)
(41,979)
391,820
391,820
397,285
397,285
-
397,285
397,285
-
-
-
225,000
102,047
(122,953)
349,841
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School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha)
Office of the Secretary-Treasurer
MEMORANDUM
TO:
Trustees
FROM:
B. Roller Routley, Secretary-Treasurer
RE:
Board and Committee Meeting Dates
DATE:
May 7, 2015
OUR FILE NO.: 00300-01
OPR: SECTR
Based on a monthly meeting being held on the second Monday of each month as well as the practice of
holding committee meetings two weeks prior to the board meeting (with adjustments for statutory
holidays), the following dates are proposed for the 2015-16 school year:
Board Meeting Dates
Beginning at 6:30 p.m.
September 14, 2015
October 5, 2015
(Thanksgiving, Oct. 14, 2015)
November 9, 2015
December 14 (Inaugural and
Regular)
Business
Committee Meetings
beginning at 3:00 p.m.
Education Committee
Meetings beginning
at 3:00 p.m.
September 1
September 2
September 29
September 30
October 27
October 28
December 1
December 2
January 11, 2016
February 1, 2016 (Family Day –
February 8, 2016)
January 5
January 6
January 26
January 27
March 7, 2016
February 23
February 24
April 11, 2016
March 29
March 30
May 9, 2016
April 26
April 27
June 13, 2016
May 31
June 1
As in previous years, committee meetings will be cancelled and/or combined depending on agenda
requirements.
Points to consider:



Recommendation:
That the schedule of Board of Education and committee meeting dates for
2015-16 be approved.
March 14 to 28, 2016 – Spring Break
March 29, 2016 – first day after spring break
March 25 and 28, 2016 – Good Friday and Easter Monday
/da
c. W. Hyer, Superintendent of Schools
Ref: U:\SBO-ST-Data\SECTR JULY 2014\00100-00999 Administration\00300 Board of Education General\00300-01 Bd Mtg Comm Mtg Dates 2015-16.docx
“Working Together for Student Success”
Page 38
TRUSTEE REPORT
Event Date: _____________________
Conference/Meeting attended:
Sessions:
Speaker
Background/Title
Highlight
Value of Conference/Meeting:
Materials available for other trustees (upon request): Yes
No
Recommendation or follow-up:
Submitted by: ______________________
Date:
Please submit (to Daphne) for inclusion in the trustee reading file.
March 2, 2006
Ref: U:\SBO-ST-Data\DA\2010-2011\00100 - 01999 Admin\00650-20 Forms\Trustee Report from Conference.doc
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TRUSTEE REPORT
Event Date: _____________________
Conference/Meeting attended:
Sessions:
Speaker
Background/Title
Highlight
Value of Conference/Meeting:
Materials available for other trustees (upon request): Yes
No
Recommendation or follow-up:
Submitted by: ______________________
Date:
Please submit (to Daphne) for inclusion in the trustee reading file.
March 2, 2006
Ref: http://escribe.sd67.bc.ca/Board of Education_May11_2015/eSCRIBE Documents/eSCRIBE Raw Attachments/23/Trustee Report from Conference.doc
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Recognition of Student|Success
School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha)
extends congratulations to the following students|groups
for these outstanding examples of success
PARKWAY ELEMENTARY
•Thank you to Shelene and her crew for
a great job with the breakfast Club on
Wednesday’s!
•Thank you to the Parkway Paper and
Juice recycling teams for continuing to
do a wonderful job with all of the school
recycling!
What
W
hat is Success?
“It is not that I'm so smart. But I stay with the
questions much longer.”
Albert Einstein
•Parkway held their first school-wide run
of the year. Thank you to Mrs. Raitt’s class
for setting up the track!
APRIL
SUCCESS 2015
•Thank you to the outstanding group of
volunteers who do Parkway’s Safe arrival
program each day and to all of the One to
One readers, led by Jodi Bird. Your
contribution to the school is invaluable!
Thank you so much for the difference
that you make with the students.
•The senior readers from the Concorde
have been back to read with students on
Thursday’s. They had a great afternoon!
•Sing-a-long on Monday was excellent and the classes sounded
great! Thank you to Mrs. Silvius!
•Always a success - hot lunch from DQ for the students - thanks to
Kelly Alva and her team!
•Ready Set Learn went very well and the attendance was great. Thank
you to everyone that attended. A special thank you to Mrs. Doyle,
Mrs. Brome and Ms. Tucker for all of their hard work!
•The Games Club had a super time on
Wednesday at lunch in the mezz area with •We had a super performance by the Maggie Jazz band this month.
their board games! Over 30 students
Ms. Cole sang with the band as well!
attended! Thank you to Mrs. Terris and
Mrs. Snider!
•Thank you to Ms. Cook for all of her work
with Parkway’s Knitting Club. The students
are having a super time!
Success Stories for the Board of Education Meeting
May 11, 2015
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COLUMBIA ELEMENTARY
Col umb i a’s S ch o o l C h o i r Wo n 1 s t Pr i ze ! ! !
Over thirty Columbia students
from grades 3, 4 and 5 have
participated in the Columbia
school choir, thanks to a
Columbia parent Jacki Kliever,
who has volunteered to direct
this group since the Fall.
Recently, the Columbia School
Choir had the opportunity to
participate in the Kiwanis Music
Festival, and we were so proud
of what great ambassadors they
were for the school. The group
was also very proud of their
first prize certificate that they
brought back!
Talent Show
Just before spring break, the
fine arts teacher hosted a talent
show for Columbia students,
featuring singing, dancing,
karate, drumming, and even
magic! What a wonderful
display of Columbia talent!
So much talent that they
needed two shows… a special
thanks to Ms. Berg for
organizing this great
opportunity for students to
demonstrate their skills.
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Musical Theatre ~ Annie
UPLAND’S ELEMENTARY
As part of classroom-based Fine Arts instruction students in Judy Street’s grade 3 class recently performed
“Annie – Choral Selections”
as part of the Kiwanis Music, Dance and Speech Arts Festival. Students reheased singing, acting and dancing to
well-known selections “Hard Knock Life”, “Tomorrow”, “Your Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile”, “Anything But
You” and” Maybe”.
All students embraced the opportunity to take on a mini-production and experience Musical Theatre at an early
age. They shone on stage and should be very proud of the risks they took and the confidence they developed as
part of the process from start to final performance. Special appreciation goes to Ms. Judy Street, Ms. Ellen Tribe
(practicum student) and all of the parents who assisted with the costumes and props.
Congratulations on a fantastic job! Uplands is very proud of you.
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GIANT’S HEAD ELEMENTARY
Spring is in the Air
April has been another busy month at Giant’s Head:
Giant’s Head Elementary started their 4th annual Giant’s Head Marathon. They started the
run with an assembly run by local triathlete’s Lee and Martina Agur. All of the students (K-5)
will run a full marathon over the course of the spring. Each day the classes head out at
11:50 a.m. and run 1.2 km around the Dale Meadows running track. The Marathon will
culminate with a 2 km fun run where each student will get a t-shirt for running 42.2 km – it’s
quite an achievement!
TALENT SHOW
They also held their annual
Giant’s Head Talent Show.
They had a wide range of acts
including violin,
singers, dancer, gymnasts,
and comedians (to name a
few). As always the event
culminated with some
entertaining “teacher
talent”.
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GIANT’S HEAD ELEMENTARY
Aboriginal Education Team Visit
The staff and students also welcomed the SD67 Aboriginal Education
team visit Giant’s Head and deliver Building Cultural Bridges to their
Grade 4/5 students. It was an amazing day of learning that the
students could not stop talking about!
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PENTICTON SECONDARY
S e n i o r G i r l s’ B a s k e t b a l l
Two more of Pen High’s Senior Girls’ Basketball players have committed to colleges for next
year.
1.
2.
Tessa Lannon-Paakspuu will be playing at Camosun.
Natasha Reimer will be playing at Capilano.
Next year will see five Pen-High alumni playing against each other through the college
league. (Em Clarke at VIU, Ana Moroziuk at Kwantlen and Haylee Robertson at Langara).
Meanwhile Hayden Craig looks to be continuing on at Olympic College down in Washington
State.
TROUT CREEK ELEMENTARY
Ear th Day Celebration
On Wednesday, April 22nd, Trout Creek Elementary
School held its annual Earth Day celebration. Students
were placed in multi-aged groups and rotated through
five engaging & interesting sessions including songs
about the environment, a nature walk, aquatic invaders,
what’s in your garbage and “All about those bugs and
bees”. Thanks to the Trout Creek PAC and especially,
Lisa Scott for planning and organizing the day’s events.
Additional thanks to the many volunteers and
supporters who helped to make that day a wonderful
success including Heather Munts, Steve Brown,
Sharon Mansiere, Lynnea Wiens, Rosanna Van Haaften,
Roeland Van Haaften, Sandra Chalmers, Natalie Weber,
Sharon Mansiere, Jane Campardo, Shona Becker, and
her grade 11 Earth Science students, Talena Woods,
Jessica Erhdart, Cam Varchol, Linden Gove, and
Alex Fenning.
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School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha)
RECOGNITION OF STUDENT ARTWORK
Carmi Elementary School
May 11, 2015
School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha) extends recognition and appreciation to the following
students/groups of Carmi Elementary School for the artwork they submitted to be displayed
in the boardroom for the month of May.
Grade 5
George Zhang
A study on collage.
Abstract mixed media on canvas..
Art Piece: ‘Wonder’’.
Mixed Media: Acrylic paint,
metal, gauze and tape..
Grade 4
Dramatic colours of purple, mauve, blackk
dark grey and yellow make up this abstractt
piece. Lines and sections of various texturess
with random pieces of metal glued in place..
Grade 4
A study on collage
collage.
Abstract mixed media on canvas.
Art Piece: ‘Create’.
Ava McPhee
Mixed
Acrylic paint,
ixxed Media: Acr
metal, gauzee and tape.
Dramaticc colours of yellow, mauve, grey,
gr
black, orange,
this
ge, green and
d silver make up tth
abstract piece.
ie
Lines and sections of various textu
textures
with random pieces of metal glued in p
place.
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Grade 4
Lucas Jesso
A study on collage.
Abstract mixed media on canvas.
Art Piece: ‘Build’.
Mixed Media: Acrylic paint,
metal, gauze and tape.
Dramatic colours of purple, mauve, black
dark grey and yellow make up this abstract
piece. Lines and sections of various textures
with random pieces of metal glued in place.
A study on collage.
Abstract
mixed media on canvas.
A
Art
A Piece: ‘Learn’.
Grade 5
Aiden Dennis
Mixed
Media: Acrylic paint,
M
metal,
gauze and tape.
m
Dramatic
colours of red, pink, mauve, green,
D
black,
white, rust-orange and teal make up
b
this
t abstract piece. Lines and sections of
various
textures with random pieces of
v
metal
glued in place.
m
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Grade 4
Max Coburn
A study on collage.
Abstract mixed media on canvas.
Art Piece: ‘Inspire’.
Mixed Media: Acrylic paint,
metal, gauze and tape.
Dramatic
colours of navy, blue, black , red, orange,
D
green,
gre white and yellow make up this abstract piece.
Lines and sections of various textures
with random pieces of metal glued in place.
A study on collage.
Abstract mixed media on canvas.
Art Piece: ‘Learn’.
Mixed Media: Acrylic paint,
metal, gauze and tape.
Dramatic colours of blue-greens, lime green,
red, orange, and white make up this abstract
piece. Lines and sections of various textures
with random pieces of metal glued in place.
Grade 4
G
Dekklan Chappell
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