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Dr. Jeremy Burright

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Superintendent's Update:

Board Meeting Summary 3/16/22
 
Next Regular Session Board Meeting: 4/21/22 @ 6:30 p.m. in the school library.
 
Visitors and Citizen's Comments:
  • Mrs. Jill Lewis-Kingery shared comments via email regarding her appreciation of the board's fiscal stewardship.
  • Outgoing Board Members Mr. Mike Lewis and Mr. Josh Oswald were recognized for their years of service. We are thankful for their help in the stewardship of our district. If you see them please thank them. 
 
The agenda was approved with additions for items 6.R MDC Tech Services Contract and 6.S. Senior Class Approvals.
 
Finances:
  • Feb YTD Exp 2021:$1,277,718
  • Feb YTD Exp 2022:$1,413,733
  • Feb YTD Rev 2021:$1,886,958
  • Feb YTD Rev 2022:$1,985,303
  • Feb Fund Balance 2021:$1,828,209
  • Feb Fund Balance 2022:$2,021,137
  • Fund Balance Difference:$192,928+
Special Report: Food Service Food Costs
  • Feb YTD 2021:$32,380
  • Feb YTD 2022:$38,820.04
  • Budget Remaining:$11,179.96
Teacher Spotlight:
  • Mrs. Melanie Lucas presented information on our elementary RTI reading program, how students are identified, and examples of scores that track growth. Thank you Mrs. Lucas!
 
Facilities:
  • Repairs to classroom heating leaks have been made just in time for the weather to get warm!
  • The water heater has been repaired.
 
SPED:
  • We will begin submitting samples for our IEP CAPs on Monday 3/21/22. Our deadline for submission is 4/1/22.
 
Transportation:
  • We have a new (used) 10 passenger van!
  • Please thank Mrs. Wheeler when you can. She does a wonderful job as our primary bus driver.
 
Principal's Report: Attached
  • This month's Principal's Report contains spring athletic participation numbers.
New Business:
 
  • Board Function: Mr. Mike Lewis spoke briefly about the purpose,  proper conduct of the board, and his hopes for the board and district for the future. 
  • Classroom Thermometers: The board decided the district needs to purchase a mobile thermometer that can be used in classrooms to gauge the temperature when there are concerns with the temperature of the building.
  • Policy Revision R4320: The policy changes were adopted along with the changes to the staff handbook regarding personnel leave. The policy is updated on the school website and the handbook updates are attached.
  • Lease Purchase: The board approved the payoff of our lease purchase debt using general funds and reserves. This saves the district interest and annual principal payments of over $60,000 annually. 
  • Salary Schedule: the board approved the updated salary schedule that has been shared with staff and a $35,000 base.
  • Hourly Employee Pay Rate: The board approved a minimum $13.00 per hour pay rate for hourly employees.
  • Full-Time Maintenance: The board approved the creation posting for a full-time maintenance position. This will allow us to make repairs within the building faster, free up custodians to work in their specific areas, and cover when support staff must be gone. The job description is attached.
  • Other personnel position changes: The board approved tentative changes to personnel positions based on available applicants. Two of which are the possibility of reducing FACS to part time and hiring a para to help with students enrolled in courses online. There will be many changes in the structure of our personnel in the 22-23 school year due to retirements and resignations. We will keep you posted as these changes are made. 
  • Floor Bid: Froeschel Flooring was approved to install epoxy flooring for the areas in the elementary covered in our insurance claim. If you have question regarding who will get new floors, please see the highlighted areas in the attached Elementary Floor Plan-Floor Bid document. 
  • HS Office Door Replacement: The board tabled this item until April pending a bid from a local business.
  • Laptop Purchase: The board approved the purchase of 50 Chromebooks through ECF Grant money.
  • Calendar Modification: Tabled pending information from DESE regarding AMI hours.
  • Sale of Bus to Vander Haags: The board approved the sale of our buses to Vander Haag's for parts for $1000.
  • Payment to Falls City Mercantile: Payment approved for $4020 for food service food supplies.
  • Auditor Contract: Approved as presented.
  • 6th Grade Athletic Participation: The board passed a motion not to allow 6th grade participation in school-sponsored middle school athletics. Discussion revolved around safety concerns and that our current COOP does not need additional participants to fill teams. 
  • MDC Tech Services Contract: Approved. Available for review upon request.
  • Senior Class Approvals: The senior trip and Senior Prophecies were approved. 
  • Old Business (Covid Plan Feedback): No changes were made.
 
Executive Session: 
  • Teacher contracts were approved.
  • Resignation: The board received and approved the resignation of Mrs. Aleesha Lemar. 

Additional Documents:

Principal's Report 3-17-22.pdf
DRAFT Leave Rewrite 2022 (3).pdf
Maintenance Job Description.pdf
Elementary Floor Plan-Floor Bid (2).pdf
 
 
 
Board Meeting Summary 2/17/22
 
Last night, 2/17/22, the Fairfax R-III School Board met in regular and executive session starting at 6:30 in our school library. 
 
Our next regular board meeting will be 3/17/22 at 6:30 in the school library. However, the board will have an open work session regarding our district budget on 3/7/22 at 7 p.m. in the school library. Both sessions are open to the public.
 
Gifts:
Thank you to the Boosters for the purchase of a backpack vacuum!
 
Superintendent Spotlight:
Thank you to Lauren Clark for presenting information about the Reading Olympics program! Mrs. Clark discussed how this program works, what the prizes will be, and who is currently in the lead. This program is designed to encourage reading outside of the classroom. 
 
Financial:
  • Our district fund balance is at $2,085,362 which is $188,336 more than last year at this time. 
  • All bills were approved for payment. 
  • Our year to date revenues are $1,854,920 and our year to date expenditures $1,219,125.
  • A number of possible changes were discussed regarding the budget for 22-23. The most controversial possibility was the reduction in staff through not filling our FCSE position. This change is one of many significant changes that were discussed in order to increase teacher pay to a possible $35,500 base, hire a full time maintenance position, and hire a para to manage online learning. At this time, we are still in the discussion phase. We will continue to look at all potential ways of reallocating our current revenue to fulfill the need for a better employment package and facilities that are well-kept. Other potential sources come from an early pay-off of our lease purchase debt and reducing expenditure allocations in athletic travel and in SPED purchased services. 
  • Overall, initial estimates indicate the proposal discussed with the board still allows the district to place over $500,000 in our reserves over the life of the 2018 levy. Originally we estimated only adding around $22,000 to our reserves by the time our levy expires in 2025.
  • We will continue to discuss possibilities for our budget in the March 7th work session, which will be open to the public. Our board is committed to having a district that is financially strong, with facilities that are well cared for, and a staff that is highly qualified and committed to our district. We are committed to doing that with our current level of revenues so that we can demonstrate good fiscal stewardship to our community.
Facilities:
  • Due to the high cost of our single facility improvement bid, the board decided not to accept the bid and to explore other avenues for the completion of the identified work. 
  • The board discussed, and tabled, the proposal to place thermometers in the classrooms. 
  • Our 3rd quarter cleanliness surveys indicate we need to improve our ability to repair the facility and to be able to keep areas clean that are often skipped because staff must be reassigned. While dusting was an issue in all areas, on the bright side there were areas that many feel were satisfactory. The full survey results are available upon request. 
Transportation:
  • We have finally found a 10 passenger van and the board approved a budget item of $38,000 for this purchase. Due to the cost of the vehicle we have found, the board increased the original line item for this purchase from $30,000.
Federal Programs:
 
Teacher Surveys-questions
Strengths: 
  • Teachers felt aligning lessons to standards and curriculum and school climate were strengths.

Opportunities:
  • Teachers felt that our budget and collective work on strategic planning were areas where we have opportunities for improvement.
Community Surveys-questions
  • Strengths: Communication regarding learning, School Climate, and School Safety.
  • Opportunities: Budget, Classroom Discipline (fairness), Community Voice with planning and policy.
 
Personnel
Teacher retention survey data
  • Strengths: Admin support, calendar, daily schedule, workload were all items that indicated positive results.
  • Opportunities: Pay, insurance, physical working conditions, and stress level were all items that indicated an opportunity for improvement.
  • 11 out 18 respondents indicated they planned to stay in teaching and the same number indicated they were comfortable staying at Fairfax indefinitely.
Leave Rewrite: This was discussed with the board and an opportunity for questions was presented. Final approval is scheduled for March 17th.
 
Superintendent Communication Plan: Dr. Burright discussed the information presented in his communication plan to the board. The biggest change will be quarterly submissions to our local paper along with quarterly status checks. The superintendent communication plan will be posted on our website on the superintendent's page.
 
New Business:
  • The board rejected the Herner bid of $325,000 for facility improvements.
  • The board identified repairing water drainage on the east side of the new gym, concrete work around the building, and playground safety as short-term facility priorities in that order. 
  • The board tabled the lease purchase payoff, revised salary schedule, full-time maintenance position (22-23), and online learning para for the March 17th open session.
  • The board approved the 22-23 District Calendar as presented. 
  • The following other items were also approved:
  • AVG antivirus purchase $1639
  • Optimist Basketball Tournament Fee Waiver 
  • Payment to Midwest Recreational for snow removal $1050
  • Payment to Atchison County for election costs $1471
  • Payment to Gallagher Bassett for liability insurance $1619
  • Asbestos removal by Gerken Environmental for $13,200 which will be paid by insurance.
  • Elementary floor replacement by FDC for $43,300. 
Executive Session:
  • Mr. Barnes' contract was renewed and extended one additional year.
  • Mr. Barnes was approved as our EA Wolves Golf Coach.
 
 
Board Meeting Summary 1/20/2022
 
Finance:
  • Our fund balance is currently $1,194,726. Approximately $170,000 more than last year at this time. 
  • Our food expenses show an increase over last December. We are watching total costs because we have changed suppliers. 
  • We discussed the current financial plan and clarified that there is a planned, spend-down of our reserves going into the sunset of our levy in 2025. If the district is going to maintain financial health, additional revenue will have to be sought. This revenue may come from an additional windmill development, which is scheduled for completion in 2024; it may come from increased property values; or it may come from a continued, increased levy. It has always been our plan to return to our voters for support and/or examine the removal of our temporary levy at its sunset. 
Facilities
  • We are working with our plumber on coil replacement in areas within the building where leaks are the worst or are consistent. 
  • We have had two bids submitted for asbestos removal in the elementary.
  • Final bid due date for all projects is January 28th. Bid opening will be January 31st. 
  • Work on floors and playground should start by the first week of June and be completed before the first week of August. 
  • Now that it appears we will have consistent staffing, we will start walkthroughs again and seek feedback on the condition/cleanliness of our facilities. 
Transportation
  • We are still looking for a ten passenger van to replace our bus. I receiived a phone call back today from Anderson Auto Group in St. Joseph that they have two vans that might meet our needs. 
Federal Programs
  • We have parent surveys in and the results are good! Mrs. Lucas and I will find a way to share those with you. 
Personnel
  • We are working with the salary committee on the calendar, leave restructuring, pay, insurance, and professional support. Members of this committee are Lauren Clark, Deb Wyatt, Kristi Duering, Jaymee Koop, and Crystal Schieffer. Officers of CTA are also invited to be part of this group. 
APR
  • Mr. Barnes discussed our APR scores and MAP scores with the board. This information is now public and can be found on the DESE website. I have also posted the document he shared during the board meeting in our January board docs folder. 
Board Election
  • The board certified the following community members to be placed on the April ballot. The candidates are vying for two positions on the board with three year terms. The candidates are Jill Kingery, Chance Clement, and Crystal Woodring. Election day is April 5th. 
New Business
  •  The board reviewed the proposed calendar for 22-23 and had no comments or suggestions. Final review is set for February.  Feedback on this calendar can be shared with me.. 
  • Payments were approved to Mound City (SLP services), Cornerstone Roofing, HTK Architects, and UMB for our lease purchase payment.
  • Expenses for the band performance at state basketball was approved. 
  • Fees were waived for the Women's Auxiliary Chili Supper. 
Old Business
  • The current state of Covid was reviewed with the board, no changes to the safety plan were recommended by administration, and no motion was made by the board
Resignations
  • The resignation of Donna Million was accepted by the board. Please congratulate her on her retirement this year. 
Superintendent's Evaluation and Contract
  • The board offered feedback, extended the superintendent contract through 2024-25, and presented a 2% pay increase. It will be accepted. I'm thankful to continue to be of service to our district. 
 
Board Meeting Summary 12/17/2021
 
Financial Information: 
  • All bills were approved for payment.
  • Fund balance was reported at $2,112,658. This is a $262,113 increase over 20-21. 
  • Year to date expenditures are $762,014 and year to date revenues are $425,118.
  • Food costs for the school lunch program are being monitored due to a change in supplier. At this time year to date food costs are $5464 lower than at this time in 20-21.
2022-2023 Budget Projection: A budget outlining potential costs and changes to the 22-23 district budget was presented. Potential changes include:
  • a 2% increase to the teacher base salary.
  • Increasing all hourly wages by $1.70. This will bring our minimum hourly wage to $13.00 per hour.
  • Reduction in revenues due to loss of Covid relief funds in 22-23.
  • Removal of summer custodial help.
  • Reduction in budgeted expenditures for supplies.
  • Unknown expenditures include a possible increase in health insurance rates, additional personnel determined by student need, and emergency repairs to facilities and property. 
  • This budget reflects the model presented in the 2018 levy campaign. The 2022-2023 school year will most likely not add a significant amount of funds to our reserve. According to the model presented to the community in 2018, we will most likely begin deficit spending as we draw closer to our levy sunset in 2024-2025. This will be a planned spend-down and will be enabled by our increased reserve, which started at $777,722 in 2016-2017 and is now over $2,000,000. 
Board Elections:
  • Chance Clement, Jill Kingery, and Crystal Woodring have all picked up packets to run for the school board this year. We will have two open spots. If only two candidates actually file, no election will be needed but if three file, the district will have a school board election. 
  • The final filing deadline is 12/28/21 at 5:00 p.m.
Special Education:
  • We have completed our initial round of CAPS and need to continue to submit documents to show we are continuing our compliance as we draw closer to the April deadline. 
Maintenance:
  • Jesse and Jacey Graves will be working with us over Christmas Break in order to cover for our Scott Ray.  They will be engaged in painting and cleaning. 
Teacher Retention Data:
  • Data on teacher retention was shared from both MSTA and DESE. Both PDF presentations are attached
  • Data shows the primary reason for loss of teachers is pay. 
Four Day School Week:
  • After an overview of data and input from staff, the district will not be examining the possibility of moving to a school week that would only allow four days of student contact. 
County-wide School:
  • The district will not be examining the possibility of consolidation. This topic originated from a request outside of our district and we have no interest in pursuing this.
Approved Payments:
  • Northwest Mechanical $1628.00
New Business:
  • The purchase of a second, ten-passenger van was approved. 
  • The scope for our elementary floor replacement was approved. 
  • Board Policy and Regulation 2860 was modified to allow for board discretion in following recommendations from health agencies and other entities. The policy and regulation are attached. 
Old Business:
  • The Covid Safety Plan (SRCSP) was updated to reflect parent choice and the legislated power of the school board to determine safety measures for the district. The most significant change was to allow parent choice in student attendance in relation to quarantines. To review the full changes, please take a look at our updated plan which is attached. As of 12/17/21 masking and physical distancing are family choice. Added to this was the ability for a family to choose to send their student(s) to school while a student without symptoms is under quarantine from DHSS for close contact. 
  • All individuals should stay home if sick and they should also stay home when they have tested positive.
  • The updated Covid plan was approved after discussion of survey results and community feedback. 
Advisory Committee:
  • A superintendent's advisory committee has formed out of our teacher's professional organization. Currently, our first task together will be to begin discussions about compensation for teachers. This will include items like time-off, our school calendar, and possible insurance cost but topics will not be limited. If you have concerns that you feel are district-wide concerns or that might be beneficial to everyone, please get in touch with this group or with me so we can make sure those concerns are discussed. 

 

Our board met on Thursday 10/21/21 and what follows is a summary of their conversation and decisions. 

 
Superintendent's Report
 
Financial:
  • Our current fund balance is $1,289,945. This is an increase from last year's end of September balance which was $1,110,287.
Facilities:
  • Plumbers will be here this week to repair three leaks in our facilities. We are holding off starting the boiler until those leaks are fixed. We suspect that one of the leaks is connected to the boiler system and we hope to have the boiler running by Thursday morning. 
  • We are holding off on calling the facilities committee together until staffing has been consistent in our custodial area. We are currently utilizing one custodian to cover in the kitchen due to a resignation.
Transportation:
  • We have one bus (bus 5) that has bad O rings and will need an engine overhaul. We are getting estimates on the cost of the overhaul and the cost of a different bus.
Board Refresher Training:
  • The board will have refresher training on November 16th prior to the board meeting. 
Board Policy Updates:
  • No updates this month. Restricting the reasons a special meeting can be called was discussed but no motion was made to change board policy. 
Federal Programs:
  • We are still working on our comprehensive needs assessment which will include assessment data along with qualitative surveys. Please keep your eyes peeled for a survey.
  • MAP scores are still embargoed. 
Special Education:
  • The Corrective Action Plan from DESE was discussed with the board along with remedial measures by the district. DESE identified a few things through our annual tiered monitoring that needed to be corrected.
  • LASE PD, which pertained to students with autism, was mentioned as an informational item. 
Food Service
  • Our district, along with many others, is suffering due to supply chain issues. We continue to adjust our menu due to outages from our suppliers. 
  • The district voted to use Falls City Mercantile as our main food supplier this year. We have previously been working with Sysco.
 
New Business:
 
The board approved the facility scope from HTK as recommended. Please see the following documents:
  • The basic scope/alternate #1 of the construction involves the following:
        • Removal of current swings (safety issue)
        • Removal of wooden play set (safety issue)
        • Removal of fitness area
        • New preschool play area
        • Replacing playground surfacing
        • Installation of new swings on our grass area
  • Alternate #2: Replacing the existing drainage culvert under the playground
  • Alternate #3: Handicapped parking pad by the elementary entrance and a drainage flume next to our main gym.
The district will place these plans out for bid with the intent to approve bids in January. The board may approve a bid for all, part, or none of the work depending on the estimated cost. Timeline for completion of all work in this set of facility updates is August 2022. 
 

The board approved a two year EA Wolves COOP agreement with the following changes:
    • Any tournament and regularly scheduled volleyball events and concessions will be moved to Tarkio TAC when, 48 hours prior, the National Weather Service predicts an outside temperature of 90 degrees or more.
    • The EA volleyball tournament will be held in both Tarkio gymnasiums.  Tarkio will have the concession stand at the TAC, Fairfax will have the concession stand at the High School
Todd Fogg was approved for facility snow removal and ice treatment.
 
The purchasing of clothing for students through a Masonic Lodge grant was approved.
 
Old Business:
 
Covid 19: There was discussion of the new "test to stay" provision but no motion was made to modify our current plan. We will continue with the same precautions in place that we have had since the first of the year. Please remind your families to stay home when they are sick and impress upon students proper hand hygiene.
 
Graduation Honors Recognition: The board approved the following changes to our commencement/graduation process in addition to changes approved in spring 2021:
  • “Graduation Honors speeches will be determined by GPA-  The students who have the 2 highest GPA’s in the graduating class will have first opportunity to give the honors speeches.  Should either of those individuals not want to give the honors speech, the next GPA in line will have the opportunity and so forth until 2 individuals have accepted the opportunity to speak at graduation.”
Earlier changes to our graduation recognition are below and reflect the diversity of learning opportunities in our current educational landscape. For instance, compare these student scenarios:
      • Student A: Has the capability of taking electives outside of core content areas his junior and senior year and instead chooses to enroll in dual credit courses in science and math. These dual credit courses are taught by college professors employed by a college or university and are not Fairfax R-III employees.
      • Student B: Has the capability of taking electives outside of core content areas her junior and senior year and instead chooses to attend vocational/technical school and becomes certified in HVAC. This student begins working immediately after graduation.
      • Student C: Has the capability of taking electives outside of core content areas her junior and senior year and chooses to enroll in electives offered onsite by Fairfax R-III.
      • Student D: Opts into MOCAP classes taught by teachers in another district after his freshman year and graduates from Fairfax R-III after one year onsite as a freshman and three years of online instruction.
      • Student E: Earns credits in advance, is able to skip a grade, and graduates in three years instead of the traditional four. 
      • Student F: Earns all the credits necessary to graduate by December of her senior year and her December graduation is approved by the board.
      • Student G: Earns sufficient credits to graduate on time as a senior and opts into a flex program that allows him to work offsite, during the day, as a senior in high school.  
While these scenarios aren't exhaustive, they are a glimpse into the different ways a student can now earn the credits necessary to graduate from high school. Below is a description of the final graduation honors recognition approved by the board in the spring of 2021. We feel that these honors reflect the different learning paths available to our students while still recognizing them for exceptional work during their high school years:

Students will be recognized at graduation with honors if met.  The following are the three levels of recognition.  These academic honors are the only ones recognized by Fairfax R-3.  Fairfax R-3 will not recognize Valedictorian, Salutatorian, top 10% of class or top 5 in class.  
 
Summa Cum Laude 
          • Highest Honors 
          • Weighted GPA 4.200 or above
Magna Cum Laude 
          • High Honors
          • Weighted GPA of 4.0 up to but not including 4.200
Cum Laude 
          • Honors - weighted GPA of 3.75 up to but not including 4.0
Executive Session:
 
Personnel:
  • The board accepted the resignations of Karen Ray (cook) and Kathy Leach (PAT).
  • The board approved the hire of Mary Kay Ryan for the open kitchen position.
  • The board approved the posting of a temporary custodial position to cover for absences during the month of December.
 
Please feel free to contact our building principal or superintendent with any questions about our October 21, 2021 board meeting. 

 

 

 

 

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      4 S1 H1010-01 ENGLISH I Kemerling, Jonnie 15
T   4 S2 H1010-01 ENGLISH I Kemerling, Jonnie 15
      6 S1 H1020-01 ENGLISH II Kemerling, Jonnie 7
P   6 S2 H1020-01 ENGLISH II Kemerling, Jonnie 7
      7 S1 H1030-01 ENGLISH III Kemerling, Jonnie 15
!   7 S2 H1030-01 ENGLISH III Kemerling, Jonnie 14
!   5 S2 H1032-01 OW ENGLISH III Kemerling, Jonnie 2
      3 S1 H1040-01 7TH ENGLISH Kemerling, Jonnie 13
T   3 S2 H1040-01 7TH ENGLISH Kemerling, Jonnie 13
      1 S1 H1042-01 OW JH LA 800 FUNDAMENTALS Kemerling, Jonnie 1
!   1 S2 H1042-01 OW JH LA 800 FUNDAMENTALS Kemerling, Jonnie 1
      1 S1 H1050-01 8TH ENGLISH Kemerling, Jonnie 6
T   1 S2 H1050-01 8TH ENGLISH Kemerling, Jonnie 6
      4 S1 H1051-01 B. SKILLS ENGLISH I Koop, Jaymee Rae 1
P   4 S2 H1051-01 B. SKILLS ENGLISH I Koop, Jaymee Rae 1
      5 S1 H1060-01 ENGLISH IV Kemerling, Jonnie 3
P   5 S2 H1060-01 ENGLISH IV Kemerling, Jonnie 4
      2 S1 H1063-01 COL. LITERATURE   1
      8 S1 H1063-03 COL. LITERATURE   1
      2 S1 H1064-01 Col. English I   3
      5 S1 H1064-02 Col. English I   1
      5 S1 H1064-03 Col. English I   2
!   2 S2 H1065-01 Col. English II   3
!   5 S2 H1065-02 Col. English II   1
!   5 S2 H1065-03 Col. English II   2
!   3 S2 H1066-01 OW ENGLISH IV Kemerling, Jonnie 1
!   8 S2 H1066-03 OW ENGLISH IV Kemerling, Jonnie 1
      2 S1 H1073-02 SPEECH (DC)   1
      8 S1 H1073-04 SPEECH (DC)   1
!   2 S2 H1073-05 SPEECH (DC)   2
!   4 S2 H1073-06 SPEECH (DC)   2
      2 S1 H1210-02 SPANISH I   1
!   2 S2 H1210-02 SPANISH I   1
!   4 S2 H1210-03 SPANISH I   1
      1 S1 H2010-01 7TH MATH Harrington, Nancy 13
!   1 S2 H2010-01 7TH MATH Harrington, Nancy 13
      2 S1 H2020-01 8TH MATH Harrington, Nancy 6
!   2 S2 H2020-01 8TH MATH Harrington, Nancy 6
      3 S1 H2040-01 ALGEBRA I Harrington, Nancy 9
!   3 S2 H2040-01 ALGEBRA I Harrington, Nancy 9
      4 S1 H2050-04 ALGEBRA II Duering, Kristi 7
P   4 S2 H2050-04 ALGEBRA II Duering, Kristi 7
      5 S1 H2061-01 GEO./ALG.III/TRIG. Duering, Kristi 9
P   5 S2 H2061-01 GEO./ALG.III/TRIG. Duering, Kristi 8
!   7 S2 H2062-01 COLLEGE ALGEBRA   1
      1 S1 H2063-01 COLL. STATISTICS   1
      7 S1 H2063-02 COLL. STATISTICS   3
!   7 S2 H2065-01 COLL. PRE-CALCULUS   1
!   1 S2 H2065-02 COLL. PRE-CALCULUS   1
      4 S1 H2067-01 COLL INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA   1
      3 S1 H2070-01 ALGEBRA 1A Duering, Kristi 9
P   3 S2 H2070-01 ALGEBRA 1A Duering, Kristi 9
      3 S1 H2089-01 CONSUMER MATH Koop, Jaymee Rae 2
P   3 S2 H2089-01 CONSUMER MATH Koop, Jaymee Rae 1
      2 S1 H2094-01 OW JH MATH 800 FUNDAMENTALS Harrington, Nancy 1
!   2 S2 H2094-01 OW JH MATH 800 FUNDAMENTALS Harrington, Nancy 1
!   2 S2 H2095-01 OW CONSUMER MATH Koop, Jaymee Rae 1
      2 S1 H3010-01 7TH SCIENCE Schieffer, Kameron 13
T   2 S2 H3010-01 7TH SCIENCE Schieffer, Kameron 13
      4 S1 H3013-01 OW JH SCIENCE 800 Schieffer, Kameron 1
!   4 S2 H3013-01 OW JH SCIENCE 800 Schieffer, Kameron 1
      4 S1 H3020-01 8TH SCIENCE Schieffer, Kameron 6
P   4 S2 H3020-01 8TH SCIENCE Schieffer, Kameron 6
      7 S1 H3030-01 BIOLOGY Schieffer, Kameron 7
!   7 S2 H3030-01 BIOLOGY Schieffer, Kameron 7
      6 S1 H3032-01 COLLEGE BIOLOGY Schieffer, Kameron 6
P   6 S2 H3032-01 COLLEGE BIOLOGY Schieffer, Kameron 6
      5 S1 H3060-01 PHYSICAL SCIENCE Schieffer, Kameron 16
T   5 S2 H3060-01 PHYSICAL SCIENCE Schieffer, Kameron 16
      4 S1 H3061-01 OW EARTH SCIENCE Schieffer, Kameron 1
!   4 S2 H3061-01 OW EARTH SCIENCE Schieffer, Kameron 1
!   6 S2 H3061-02 OW EARTH SCIENCE Schieffer, Kameron 1
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