June 7, 2022 Regular Meeting Minutes

Stanwood-Camano School District #401
Administration & Resource Center
26920 Pioneer Hwy, Stanwood, Washington 98292

June 7, 2022 - 1:00 PM



Board President Natalie Hagglund called the meeting to order at 1:00 p.m.

Board Members Present: Al Schreiber, Charlotte Murry, Ken Christoferson, Miranda Evans, Natalie Hagglund

President Hagglund led the Pledge of Allegiance.

Director Al Schreiber moved to approve the Agenda for the June 7, 2022 Regular Board Meeting; seconded by Director Charlotte Murry.

Aye: Directors Al Schreiber, Charlotte Murry, Ken Christoferson, Miranda Evans and Natalie Haggglund.

Passed - Unanimously

May 17, 2022 Regular Meeting Minutes

Director Ken Christoferson moved to approve the Minutes for the May 17, 2022 Regular Meeting; seconded by Director Al Schreiber.

Aye: Directors Al Schreiber, Charlotte Murry, Ken Christoferson, Natalie Hagglund
Abstain: Director Miranda Evans



  1. Employee of the Year
  1. Certificated
  2. Classified
  1. Board Special Recognition
  2. 2021-22 Retiree Acknowledgement

Employees Darryl Main (Certificated) and Rosie Montenegro (Classified) were recognized as Employees of the Year. Awards and certificates were presented. All applauded and congratulated the winners.

On behalf of the Board, Directors Christoferson and Murry presented Liz Jamieson with the board's Special Recognition Award. All applauded and congratulated Ms. Jamieson.

President Hagglund read the names of this year's retirees and their length of service in education. On behalf of the Board, President Hagglund wished retirees all the best.

At 1:33 p.m., President Hagglund called a five minute recess to allow those attending for the recognitions to leave. At 1:38 p.m. President Hagglund called the meeting back to order.


  1. Enrollment Report - Deborah Rumbaugh
    Superintendent Rumbaugh presented the June 2022 enrollment at 4,505 Full Time Equivalent (FTE) students.

  2. Career and Technical Education Program Update - Ross Short
    Ross Short, Director of Career and Technical Education (CTE), presented a detailed report on the CTE program offered at Port Susan Middle, Stanwood Middle, Lincoln Hill High School, and Stanwood High School, grades 6-12, Mr. Short reviewed the program instructional model as well as program evaluation and goal areas. Discussion followed.

  3. Stanwood Elementary School Report
    Principal Staci Lauinger presented information on enrollment, students meeting standards, reading interventions for Kindergarten and First and Second grades, and school goals. Discussion followed.

  4. Introduction of New Administrative Staff - Deborah Rumbaugh
    Superintendent Rumbaugh introduced two new members of the district's administrative team, Dr. Colin Ryan and Kelly Parsons.

Dr. Colin Ryan will be the incoming Director of Curriculum and Instruction. He is currently a Director of Title and LAP and has served as both a middle school and elementary school principal.

Kelly Parsons will be taking on Carlina Fiordilino's current body of work as the incoming Assistant Director of Academic COVID Recovery. Ms. Parson is currently an elementary principal with experience in Dual Language and taught in a DL program and has a strong background in language acquisition. Ms. Parsons will work alongside Dr. Ryan to support students and staff as the district navigates learning loss due to COVID.


President Hagglund offered an opportunity for board members and the public to comment on the Consent Agenda. There were no comments and no items were pulled for discussion.
Director Al Schreiber moved to approve the Consent Agenda as listed below; seconded by Director Miranda Evans

Aye: Directors Al Schreiber, Charlotte Murry, Ken Christoferson, Miranda Evans and Natalie Haggglund.

Passed - Unanimously

  1. Approve the Second Reading of Revised Policy 5610, Substitute Employment.
  2. Approve the Second Reading to Retire Policy 5211,Transfers
  3. Approve the request to solicit Stanwood High School students to participate in the EF Educational Tours Trip to Washington DC, Summer 2023.
  4. Approve Stanwood High School Field Trips, as listed:
  1. Annual Summer Yearbook Workshop, University of Puget Sound, July 12-15, 2022, Tacoma, Washington.
  2. Cross Country Team Camp, July 19-21, 2022, Arlington, Washington.
  3. Varsity Football Summer Football Camp, July 27-29, 2022, Whidbey Island, Washington.
  1. Adopt Resolution 2021/2022-009, Authorized Personnel to Sign School Construction Project Documents.
  2. Adopt Resolution 2021/2022-010, Auditing Officers of the Stanwood-Camano School District.
  3. Adopt Resolution 2021/2022-011, Authorizing Direct Investment of Funds.
  4. Approve Vacation Day Buy Back for administrators separating from service.
  5. Approve the NWESD 189 Legal Services Cooperative Agreement, July 1, 2022, through June 30, 2023.
  6. Approve the Letter of Agreement with the Public School Employees of Stanwood-Camano regarding the 2022-23 Salary Schedule.
  7. Approve the Memorandum of Understanding with the Stanwood Education Association regarding additional absence without pay for the 2022-23 school year.
  8. Approve the Authorization to Call for Bids for the Elger Bay Boiler Replacement.
  9. Approval of the Personnel Consent Agenda for June 7, 2022.


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There was no public comment

1. First Reading, Revised Policy 5253 Maintaining Professional Staff/Student Boundaries. There were no comments on policy 5253 and the policy was moved forward for a second reading.


Director Schreiber's comments included welcoming new administration, thanking Heritage Bank for sponsoring the staff recognition program, congratulating Darryl Main and Rosie Montenegro as Employees of the Year, thanking Ross Short for the CTE program overview, thanking Staci Lauinger for the Stanwood Elementary School report, congratulating this year's retirees, including Ruth Turner, Office Manager, Stanwood Elementary, and congratulating Liz Jamieson on her special board recognition.

Director Murry's comments included adding her congratulations to all those who received recognition, adding it is very well deserved; expressing appreciation for the Career and Technical Education and Stanwood Elementary reports, adding it has been great to hear throughout the year about what schools are doing to close gaps.

Director Christofferson's comments included extending his appreciation to all of those who have devoted their careers to students; sharing he looks forward to celebrating students at graduation; and welcoming the new administration, Dr. Ryan and Ms. Parsons.

Director Evans comments included sharing this is her favorite time of year as staff and students are celebrated; she extended her appreciation for the school and program reports received throughout the year; and acknowledged that while this year's sports teams had a successful year, CTE and leadership groups were very successful as well. Director Evans welcomed the new administration.

Director Hagglund shared she is glad to be here and is excited about the next two weeks for graduation celebrations and added she looks forward to wrapping up the end of the school year.

President Hagglund moved the Board to Executive Session at 2:33 p.m. to discuss the performance of a district employee and closed the Executive Session at 3:33 p.m.

At 3:33 p.m., President Hagglund reconvened the regular meeting.

At 3:33 p.m., President Hagglund adjourned the regular meeting.