Notes from the Nov. 9 board meeting

Read about actions taken at the Nov. 9 school board meeting. Find out more by visiting Pattonville's BoardDocs website.

Board Actions

The board of education on Nov. 9:

  • Reviewed a proposed master facilities plan for the district and potential zero-tax-rate-change bond issue to fund the plan; a vote is expected at the Dec. 14 board meeting;
  • Reviewed results from a scientific community survey designed to gauge community priorities for a new facilities plan;
  • Approved paying $603,257.28 for regular bills;
  • Approved, subject to audit, the financial statements for the month of October 2021;
  • Approved paying $336,235.96 for purchases made on the district's purchase cards, which earned the district a rebate of nearly 1% (or $3,261.49);
  • Declared a list of items as surplus to be sold on the district’s page;
  • Lodged for actions revisions to policies IF (Curriculum Development) and IF-R-1 (Curriculum Coordinating Council); a vote is expected at the Dec. 14 board meeting;
  • Approved paying $13,726.35 to EducationPlus for the balance of the 2021-2022 annual membership dues;
  • Approved paying $1,493.50 to Tueth, Keeney, Cooper, Mohan & Jackstadt, P.C. for legal services;
  • Approved, as lodged for action on Oct. 12, the revisions to Policy BBB (School Board Elections); and
  • Approved the purchase and assembly of flat and mounted displays and mobile carts from Kansas City Audio Visual for $249,111.35.

New Hires

  • Donyae Andrews, evening custodian, Rose Acres
  • James Byington, evening custodian, Pattonville Heights
  • Jillian Earls, nurse, Drummond
  • Melissa Lallis, cook, Bridgeway
  • Jacquelyn Naylor, English learner paraprofessional, high school
  • Thea Slayton, cook, high school
  • Nichole Webb, bus driver, transportation


  • Dr. Mary Krekeler, director of early childhood, effective June 30, after serving Pattonville for seven years
  • Dr. Scot Mosher, principal of Pattonville Heights Middle School, effective June 30 after serving Pattonville for 21 years