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The Macon County Board of Education met on Thursday, January 9. They voted to donated $20,000 to the Macon County High School Marching Tigers for new uniforms and other supplies, and to loan an additional $16,000. The loan will be repaid over the space of four years.


Other business conducted:


The board approved the Board Agenda and Consent Agenda.


The board approved to post a new Cross Country Assistant Coaching position for MCHS.


The board approved the following TSBA policy revisions on second reading:


5.101 Line and Staff Relations; 5.105 Recruitment of Employees; 5.113 In-service and Staff Development Opportunities; 5.114 Personnel Records; 5.1141 Teacher Effect Data; 5.116 Staff Positions; 5.117 Procedures for Granting Tenure; 5.202 Separation Practices for Non-certified Employees; 5.301 Emergency and Legal Leave; 5.303 Personal and Professional Leave; 5.304 Long-term Leaves of Absence for Professional Personnel; 5.305 Family and Medical Leave; 5.307 Physical Assault Leave; 5.502 Complaints About School Personnel; 5.600 Staff Rights and Responsibilities; 5.606 Political Activities; 5.607 Non-school Employment; 5.608 Tutoring For Pay; 5.610 Staff-student Relations; 5.611 Ethics; 5.700 Interim Employees; 5.702 Student Teachers; 5.703 Teacher Bus Drivers; 5.103 Job Descriptions-Adopt; 5.109 Evaluation; 5.110 Compensation Guides and Contracts; 5.115 Assignment/Transfer; 5.200 Separation Practices for Tenured Teachers; 5.201 Separation Practices for Non-Tenured Teachers; 5.3101 Vacation Days Administrative and Supervisory Employees; 5.603 Staff Meetings; 5.701 Substitute Teachers.


New business:


The board tabled a vote on the purchase of security cameras for MCHS for next month’s meeting.


The board approved an agreement between the Macon County BOE and Mid-Tenn Engineering Co. for professional services.


The board approved to revise Policy 6.4031 Pediculosis (Head Lice) on first reading.


The board approved to adopt the Flea/Bed Bug Proposal.


The board held a discussion on the school calendar for the 2014-14 school year. School teachers will be presented two options for this calendar. The selected calendar will then be presented to the board for a vote of approval.


The board voted to donate an unused metal outbuilding to the Lions Club.


The board tabled a discussion on the CTE position for next month’s meeting.


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