ONTARIO SCHOOL DISTRICT

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October 28, 2009

CHAIRPERSON
Conrad Tester

ATTENDANCE
 
PRESENT
Mary Duran, Aiken; Rob Christensen, Alameda; Benny Quaid, Cairo; Conrad Tester, Pioneer; Luis Duran, May Roberts; Tina Joyce, OMS; Bret Uptmor, OHS; Sam Lopez, Warehouse; Doug Kaechele, Maintenance; Buckley Plummer, Maintenance; LisaAnn Riddick, District                                      
                                                                        
ABSENT
Duke Clinton, Director of Operations

VISITORS
None

SCHOOL REPORTS

  • DISTRICT - Absent
  • AIKEN - None
  • ALAMEDA - Rob mentioned that he looked into the soup injury and there were several different accounts of what happened.
  • CAIRO - Benny said he is concerned the front rain gutter may create an ice hazard.
  • PIONEER - None
  • MAY ROBERTS - None
  • OMS - Tina said there have been several accidents at OMS, but mostly its students being students.
  • OHS - Bret mentioned the knife injury and Buckley recommended the use of a specific glove.
  • MAIN/TRAN - None
  • FOOD/CUSTODIAL - None

INJURY REPORTS
There were 23 student injuries reported between Oct. 28, 2009, and Nov. 24, 2009: seven at Aiken; two at Alameda; one at Cairo; 10 at OMS; and three at OHS.

There were three non-student injuries reported between Oct. 28, 2009, and Nov. 24, 2009: one at Alameda; one at May Roberts; and one at OMS.

REVIEW OF STUDENT INJURY REPORTS

Through Oct. 28, 2009, 36 student injuries have been reported in the 2009-2010 school year.