APRIL MINUTES 2017

HIGHMORE-HARROLD SCHOOL DISTRICT 34-2

PROCEEDINGS

April 10, 2017

 

            The Highmore-Harrold Board of Education met in regular session on April 11, 2016 in the business classroom at 7:00 pm. Members present: Jennifer Semmler, Paula Haiwick, Jim Stephenson, Michael Bollweg, Clint Buchholz, Rod Domke, Paul Knox. Others present: Superintendent Quinton Cermak, Business Manager Mark Chilson, Elem Principal Grant Vander Vorst, Dee Nemec, Victor Nemec,

President Buchholz called the meeting to order at 7:00 pm and the pledge of allegiance was recited. 

The agenda was approved on a motion by Haiwick/Knox with an addition for Missouri River Consortium, asbestos abatement, and additional executive session.  The motion passed.

            Semmler/Stephenson moved to approve the minutes of the March 13 meeting. The motion passed.

Bills and financial statements were reviewed and approved for payment on a motion by Stephenson/Bollweg and read as follows: 

 

CASH FLOW STATEMENT

3-31-17

GENERAL

CAPITAL

SPECIAL

IMPACT

FOOD

PENSION

INTERNAL

FUND

OUTLAY

EDUCATION

AID

SERVICE

FUND

FUND

Balance 3/1/17

-190,614.91

2,244,654.63

290,536.56

252,317.96

7,609.41

204,835.40

-3,314.92

Receipts

59,843.58

28,094.98

9,340.72

0.00

13,065.06

68.89

1,000.00

Disbursements

228,080.37

5,250.00

43,175.66

0.00

11,531.31

0.00

4,360.08

Bal. 3/31/17

$460,356.23

2,267,499.61

257,749.29

252,317.96

9,143.16

204,922.34

-6,675.00

 

The motion passed.

Payroll:  $218,932.37

Receipts: Hyde/Hughes/Sully County Taxes $75,117.76; Lunches, $8,681.35; CD Interest, $2,632.19; Fed Hot Lunch Reimbursement, $4,618.81; Pre-school tuition, $1,000.00; Hisodak, $555.00; Acct. Rec. SPED, $200.00; State Aid, $17,957.00; Rentals, $648.50; Cking. Acct. Interest, $437.72; Science supplies refund, $951.40;

           

GENERAL FUND

 

AMERIPRIDE SERVICES, INC.

mop/laundry

375.28

 

BERGESON, BRITA

tuition reimb.

600.00

 

BJ'S INSTRUMENTAL REPAIR

repair

70.00

 

BRUMMEL, MEGAN

praxis test

133.00

 

BYTESPEED, LLC

repairs

598.00

 

CENTURY BUSINESS PRODUCTS

copier maintenance

420.15

 

COLE PAPERS, INC.

supplies

595.63

 

D & K OUTPOST

motor fuel

45.86

 

DIRECT DIGITAL CONTROL

maintenance

100.00

 

DIV OF CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION

background ck

43.25

 

HEALY AWARDS INC.

awards

139.98

 

HIGHMORE FFA

national conv travel

2,000.00

 

HIRSCH, KYRA

tuition reimb

40.00

 

HOMESTEAD BUILDING SUPP

supplies

113.09

 

HYDE, SHELBY

motor fuel

68.65

 

J.W. PEPPER AND SON, INC.

supplies

54.98

 

JOHN HOFFMAN ELECTRIC

shot clocks/repairs

70.00

 

JONES SCHOOL SUPPLY

awards

170.61

 

JOSTENS

medals

159.08

 

KAISER'S WELDING

supplies

29.04

 

KALTENBACH, KAYLA

coaching classes

70.00

 

KNOX, JACKIE

motor fuel

41.68

 

MIDWEST COOPERATIVE

motor fuel

64.32

 

MILLER HIGH SCHOOL

wr coop expenses

1,620.70

 

NORTHERN PLAINS INS

insurance reserve fund

39,526.00

 

OLSON'S PEST CONTROL

pest control

150.00

 

OLSON, RENAE

vb room

99.00

 

PRATT, JANIE

tuition reimb

40.00

 

PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION

Vo ag

343.53

 

RING, MICHAEL

tuition reimb

150.00

 

SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS

mentoring program

500.00

 

SD HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY

participation fees

840.00

 

SUNSHINE BIBLE ACADEMY

gbb loss

1.81

 

VENTURE COMMUNICATIONS

phones

417.10

 

WEST SIOUX CERAMICS

repairs

524.54

 

CAPITAL OUTLAY

 

BOOK SYSTEMS, INC.

library contract

595.00

 

JOHN HOFFMAN ELECTRIC

shot clocks/repairs

2,074.68

 

SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND

 

AUGUSTANA COLLEGE

tuition - sped

7,704.00

 

CHILDREN'S CARE HOSPITAL

tuition

4,716.00

 

HOUGHTON MIFFLIN GRT SOURCE

supplies

95.70

 

SD DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN

residential

4,657.94

 

TRENHAILE, JAY

Evaluations

553.50

 

FOOD SERVICE

 

AMERIPRIDE SERVICES, INC.

mop/laundry

93.83

 

CASH-WA DISTRIBUTING

food

632.02

 

DEAN FOODS NC, INC

food

642.30

 

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO.,

food

299.42

 

REINHART FOOD SERVICES

food

5,392.78

 

GENERAL FUND

BUCHHOLZ, ROGER

DARE SALARY

500.00

BYTESPEED, LLC

computers

10,380.00

CITY OF HIGHMORE

water/garbage

516.65

FOREMAN SALES AND SERVICE

bussing

21,945.66

HALL OIL AND GAS CO.,

fuel

982.15

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY F

officials/fees/supplies

2,791.28

T. Schlechter

45.00

D. McDonnell

33.33

C. Weidenbach

80.00

M. Ring

113.34

R. Kusser

90.00

J. Schafer

45.00

R. Buchholz

80.01

J. Chavez

90.00

L. Morford

420.00

HIGHMORE HERALD, THE

proceedings/ads

745.61

INSTRUMENTALIST AWARDS

awards

70.00

MOSER, SHANNON

mileage FCCLA

239.40

NORTHWESTERN ENERGY

electricity

3,405.81

QUILL CORPORATION

monsanto grant

730.28

SD HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY

rule books

88.00

UPPER DECK ARCHITECTS,

architectural

35,349.07

CAPITAL OUTLAY

CITY OF HIGHMORE

aud rent

2,500.00

SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY

officials/fees/supplies

157.91

FOOD SERVICE

MASHEK FOOD CENTER

food/supplies

949.68

           

    There were no conflict disclosures at this time.

    The Board held an open forum on elementary music curriculum and assignments.
            The Board heard a superintendent’s report including but not limited to Acalympics in White River; Standarized Testing; Spring Play; Prom; FCCLA, FBLA, FFA, National land judging; Homecoming; Teacher Appreciation—May 8-11; Negotiated Agreement; Teaching openings;

    The Board heard the K-12 principal’s report including but not limited to Preschool screening (34); Diabetes Walk; Title I meeting--April 18; Reading Week;

    The Board held a discussion of the 2017-18 budget; Health insurance rate increases; Salary Accountability; Workman’s Comp Quote; Joint Powers Agreement and By-laws for NPIP.

Bollweg/Semmler moved to approve the Workman’s Comp quote from ASBSD for the amount of $14,113 for FY 2018.

    Haiwick/Knox moved to approve the By-Laws and Joint Powers Agreements for the Northern Plains Insurance Pool.  The motion passed.

    Haiwick/Domke moved to approve the second reading of the pre-school handbook as presented. The motion passed.

    Semmler/Stephenson moved to approve design build process with JCI for boiler project. The motion passed.

    Knox/Stephenson moved to enter executive session for personnel matters at 7:55 p.m.  SDCL: 1-25-2 (2). Motion passed.

    The Board came out of executive session at 8:40 pm.

    Haiwick/Semmler moved approve the Negotiated Agreement for the 2017-18 school year; to amend the school calendar for 2017-18 for an in-service. The motion passed.

    Bollweg/Stephenson moved:

  • to adopt the resolution authorizing membership in the SDHSAA for the 2017-18 school year;

  • to accept the letter of resignation from Chelsey Cronin as HS science teacher, and the  concessions advisor from Susan Roberts;

  • to accept the contracts to Kendal King $39,900.00 and Emma Steers $ 37,800.00 as elementary teachers for 2017-18 school year;

  • to approve the contract with Joe Brooks for Driver’s Education at $3,500 plus mileage from Miller for 2017;

  • to join the Missouri River Consortium for Perkins Grant Administration;

  • to approve the early retirement payments to Leslie Brown ($1,700) and Janna Larson ($3,900);

  • to amend Kayla Kaltenbach’s contract to add 1/2 year extra-curricular band and vocal music;

  • to approve 2016-17 contract adjustments for certified staff for $1,300 each;

  • to surplus 2 opaque projectors with no value and one overhead projector with no value and the elementary chair lift with a value of $1,000 and removal included;

  • to offer all classified, tenured, non-tenured certified staff, and Title teachers contracts contingent on federal funding for the 2017-18 school funding as recommended by the school administration as per to the negotiated agreement.

    The motion passed.

    Haiwick/Bollweg moved to approve the contract for asbestos abatement from Gary Snow and Assoc. for $31,368. The motion passed.

     Bollweg/Knox moved to enter in executive session for personnel SDCL: 1-25-2 (2) at 8:47 pm.  The motion passed.

    The Board came out of executive session at 10:12 pm.

    Bollweg/Haiwick moved to offer administrative contracts for the 2017-18 school year. The motion passed.

    The Board set their next regular meeting for May 8th at 7:00 pm in the business classroom.

Domke/Semmler moved to adjourn at 10:14 pm. The motion passed.*

 

 

            * All motion votes are unanimous unless otherwise stated.

 

 

______________________________Mark Chilson, Business Manager

 

______________________________Clint Buchholz, Board President


2017 Highmore-Harrold School District
415 Iowa Ave South, PO Box 416
Highmore, SD 57345
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