Clinton board issues letter of reprimand to supt.
CLINTON — During a discussion regarding goals for Clinton school Supt. Sean McNatt, Trustee Wanda Heinz told the other members of the Clinton Communities Schools Board of Education she has concerns about McNatt’s performance the board should address. After the board’s discussion at the Monday, June 23, board meeting, action was taken to place an official letter of reprimand in McNatt’s file.
The letter addresses two violations of school policy, number 7510, Use of School Facilities, and number 1230, Responsi- bilities of the Supt.
“I have not received a copy of the reprimand, so I have no comment at this time,” McNatt said when contacted by the Herald.
Board President Dale Wingerd was also contacted and did not respond.
The board also addressed a discrepancy with McNatt’s evaluation. Wingerd told the board he is waiting for a letter from the district’s attorney for instructions on how to proceed with the evaluation.
There is a question on whether the evaluation has been completed properly since no goals have been developed. Heinz shared five goals she drafted, which were reviewed by the board and McNatt. All agreed the goals and corresponding measurements were a very good representation of issues identified in the evaluation process.
In other business at the June 23 Clinton School Board meeting:
McNatt presented changes made to the 2013-2014 budget. Board discussion focused on the virtual school program revenues and expenditures. Also presented were the Unfunded Actuarial Accrued Liability and the delay and decrease of capital development projects.
Revenue has an overall decrease of $47,850, and expenditures increased by $4,390. The budget will be reviewed in more detail at the June 30 hearing.
McNatt reported on the process of filling the school board trustee position created by Bob Riddle’s resignation. The vacancy has been announced and the replacement process begun to appoint a new trustee. McNatt anticipates the process will be completed by July 11. The position must be filled by July 18 or the Lenawee Intermediate School District will make the appointment on behalf of the board.