The Board of Trustees of San Saba ISD held a Regular Meeting on May 14th in the Central Administration Office at 7:00 p.m. Board President, Kim Kirk called the meeting to order, welcomed visitors and established a Quorum present with Board member Suzie Nettleship and Assistant Superintendent, Michael Bohen-ski absent. Jeff Pannell, Athletic Director/Coach, gave the invocation followed by everyone joining for the pledges to the American and Texas flags.A video of the Special Olympics in Abilene was presented. Four of the six participants were present at the Board meeting wearing the medals that they earned. They were also awarded Students of the Month of May for the Middle School. Accepting their Award at the meeting were: Eric Davila, Heath Lackey, Christine Robertson and Adam Woodward. Not present was Scotty Jolly. Mirla Reyes was awarded Faculty of the Month Award.High School student, Luis Vega, was recognized for his accomplishment as AA State Champion in the Triple Jump that he earned in Austin on Friday, May 11th. The Students of the Month of May are Tanner Weyerts and Lauren Dawson. High School Spanish teacher, Tracey Thomas was awarded Teacher of the Year.The Elementary Student of the Month is Lane Caldwell, who also participated in the Special Olympics and earned medals.Band Director, Brian Sours, gave the Band Spring 2012 Update as follows: 1. 5 ensembles and 3 solos advanced to State competition that will be Monday, May 28th at Hendrickson HS in Pflugerville, TX.2. The band boosters raised about $6,600.00 this year and awarded scholarships, and funds for student's summer band camp. A fundraiser is planned for the football season.3. HS Band earned a Superior Rating in concert; an Excellent Rating in Sight Reading and an Excellent Rating in Marching.4. 7th Grade Band earned the first UIL Sweepstakes award in SSMS history.5. Participated in Region Band.6. The Band program has grown in numbers, 2010-153; 2011-160; 2012, 188. Superintendent, Leigh Ann Glaze, gave the following information:A. The next Board Meeting will be Thursday, June 14th at 8 a.m.B. The May 12th election will be canvassed on May 15th at noon.C. The End of School Year Celebration and awards to teachers will be May 26th at 8:30 a.m. in the high school cafeteria.D. Gave an update on the Building Project that will start construction in August.E. A group will be going to Houston in July to accept the Literacy Grant.F. 8th Grade Promotion will be Friday, May 25th at 2 p.m.; High School Graduation will be at Rogan Field Friday May 25th at 7:00 p.m. (in case of rain it will be at the Baptist Church; Sunday, May 20th the Baccalaureate will be at the Baptist Church at 6 p.m.G. There were some restrictions for the demolition of the buildings awarded to a business at the last Board meeting, so other arrangements were made to make this possible. H. The Board is seeking proposals for disposal/removal of DAEP portable building.I. The TASB Grant of $2,500 provided security cameras for all the campuses.The following Consent Agenda was approved by the Board:a. The regular and executive meeting minutes from April 9th.b. Amended the 2011-12 budget.c. Pay bills presented to the Board.d. The financial report presented to the Board.e. Accepted donations from San Saba Athletic Boosters, $100 to tennis for Regional and $100 to Regional track team; The Techno Mania team raised funds and students won special awards.f. Approved Student Transfers for the 2012-13 School Year.Elementary Principal, Kay Shackelford, reported 314 students and a 96.60% average attendance; field trips and outings are scheduled for all grades before the school year ends; 40 students have pre-registered for Kindergarten; 23 students pre-registered for PK-4; and 13 students pre-registered for PK-3.Middle School Principal, Vicki Key, reported 189 students and a 96.92% average attendance; Mr. Barker and Mrs. Mathis took 5 students to the Special Olympics in Abilene; 5th - 8th grade students are working on science fair projects; there are other end of the year projects in Math and English Language Arts;the UIL Awards will be given out Friday, May 18th; The Algebra 1 EOC test will be May 15th; 7th & 8th grades computer literacy test is May 15th; 8th grade band will perform at Six Flags on May 19th; The Middle School swim party will be at the end of the school year; Twelve 5th grade students will be in “Rainbow Days,” a Curriculum Based Support Group Program taught by Bebe Piatt; teachers will attend the CSCOPE Conference, Literacy Conference and AP training this summer; 8th grade promotion will be at 2 p.m. in the high school cafeteria.High School Principal, Woody Martin, reported 197 students and a 95.94% average attendance; students are awaiting the final TAKS scores and will be finishing up taking STAAR in the next two weeks.Athletic Director/Coach, Jeff Pannell reported that the All Sports Banquet will be Thurs- day, May 17th; the Scott & White Clinic physicals will be Wed. May 23rd; the Camp and Summer Schedules are being completed.Michael Bohensky,Assistant Superintendent, submitted the Curriculum report: the TELPAS scores have been received for the ESL students; Assessment tests/results for TAKS and STAAR will be available by May 23rd, EOC by June 8th, retest will be the week of July 9th; the teacher training and conferences are scheduled for this summer; High SchoolRating scores will be here by May 23rd; a Campus Planning Event will be scheduled in June at Fredericksburg.The Board approved the Old Business agenda:1. The Board approved the Update 93 & Local Policies DAB,DAC, DH, EFA, FDB, FFH,FFI, and FO with some changes to the Bullying Policies FFH and FFI.The Board took action on the New Business item:1. Designated Kline & Krouch as Auditor for the year ending August 2012.President Kirk announced a short break before an Executive Session. During the Executive Session, the Board regretfully accepted the following resignations: Alicia Rogers, Nanna Collins and Judy Alexander. The Board hired the following staff for the coming school year: Brian Williams, SSHS Principal; Teaching at Elementary, Amy Williams, Sara Jones; teaching at Middle School, LeAnn Perry; teaching at the High School, Melissa Wauson, Jenifer Walzel and Robin Welch.