JUNE 2017 MINUTES

HIGHMORE-HARROLD SCHOOL DISTRICT 34-2

PROCEEDINGS

June 12, 2017

 

            The Highmore-Harrold Board of Education met in regular session on June 12, 2017 in the business classroom at 7:00 pm. Members present: Clint Buchholz, Michael Bollweg, Jennifer Semmler, Jim Stephenson, Paul Knox, Paula Haiwick, Elem Principal/SPED Director Grant Vander Vorst, Mark Chilson Business Manager, Super/HS Principal Quinton Cermak. Absent: Domke.

    Others present: Mike Ring, Jennifer Farstveet.

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

    Haiwick/Semmler moved to approve the agenda with additions for an AD update and operating transfers.  The motion passed.

            Knox/Stephenson moved to approve the minutes of the May 9 meeting. The motion passed.

    Bills and financial statements were reviewed and approved for payment on a motion by Semmler/Bollweg.  The motion passed.

           

    

CASH FLOW STATEMENT

31-May

GENERAL

CAPITAL

SPECIAL

IMPACT

FOOD

PENSION

INTERNAL

FUND

OUTLAY

EDUCATION

AID

SERVICE

FUND

FUND

Bal 5/1/17

-611,116.02

2,315,883.23

227,560.80

252,317.96

7,735.04

204,922.34

-8,605.71

Receipts

439,314.35

332,273.27

120,888.32

0.00

10,349.69

68.89

39,988.00

Disbursements

289,394.10

10,288.25

45,625.07

0.00

11,259.56

0.00

4,687.86

Bal 5/31/17

-$46,849.77

2,637,868.30

303,771.12

252,317.96

6,825.17

204,922.34

-8,605.71

 

    Payroll:  $222,909.00

    Receipts: Highmore-Harrold County taxes, $869,083.49; State Aid $17,957.00; Lunch receipts, $5,816.15; Miscellaneous, $162.00; Federal Hot Lunch Reimbursement, $4,533.54; Ck. Acct. Interest, $435.16; Athletics, $10.00; Hisodak, $35.00; CD Interest, $463.29; Rentals, $968.00; Drivers Ed. Fees, $3,000.00; Supplies, $25.00; Pre-school tuition, $500.00; Acct. Pay SPED, $100.00; EMC refund, $169.00; Mentoring Sub. Reimb. $360.00; Surplus Prop-elem lift; $1,000.00; miscellaneous, $1,170.00; Title I, $5,884.00; REAP, $20,180.00; Flow Thru, $11,234.00;

 

GENERAL FUND

 

AMERIPRIDE SERVICES, INC.

mop/laundry

279.45

 

BJ'S INSTRUMENTAL REPAIR

repairs

90.00

 

BLUE FEATHER FRAMING

2017 composite

172.25

 

BYTESPEED, LLC

computer - elem replace.

789.00

 

CAPITOL AREA REFUCE, LLC

extra garbage

102.00

 

CENTURY BUSINESS PRODUCTS,

copier maintenance

233.51

 

CHURCHILL, MANOLIS, FREEMAN

legal fees

689.07

 

CITY OF HIGHMORE

water/garbage

622.85

 

COLE PAPERS, INC.

supplies

412.03

 

D & K OUTPOST

motor fuel

46.96

 

DAKOTA INK & TONER

toner

138.93

 

EXPRESS MEDALS

awards

371.00

 

FAST SIGNS

2017 composite

188.89

 

FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS,

workbooks

680.51

 

FOREMAN SALES AND SERVICE

busses

11,149.85

 

GARY SNOW & ASSOCIATES, INC.

asbestos removal

1,591.57

 

GRAVES IT SOLUTIONS

contract fy18

1,200.00

 

HAIWICK, PAULA

patron mileage

136.08

 

HALL OIL AND GAS CO., INC.

fuel

936.35

 

HAND COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH

nursing services

69.25

 

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND

postage

2,101.85

 

HIGHMORE HERALD, THE

proceedings/ads/supplies

247.72

 

HILLYARD FLOOR CARE SUPPLY

supplies

29.96

 

HILLYARD/SIOUX FALLS

supplies

416.10

 

HOMESTEAD BUILDING SUPPLY

supplies

81.58

 

HUSTED-TIBBS, VICKI

duel credit reimb

145.00

 

JOSTENS

Hisodak

2,420.80

 

MASHEK FOOD CENTER

food

532.63

 

MCGRAW HILL COMPANIES

workbooks

730.48

 

MIKE TIRES & REPAIR INC.

auto service - 4

216.50

 

NORTHWESTERN ENERGY

electricity

3,674.77

 

OLSON'S PEST CONTROL

pest control

150.00

 

PETTY CASH - POSTAGE

postage

61.69

 

PIERCE AND HARRIS ENGINEERING

engineering services

1,191.51

 

PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION

vo ag

138.23

 

PRESIDENT'S EDUCATION AWARS

awards

268.00

 

RING, MICHAEL

duel credit reimb

145.00

 

RITTEL, KRIS

patron mileage

219.34

 

SCHMIDT, JORY

gas-state track

37.00

 

SUPER 8 SF

state track rooms

280.00

 

TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATIONS

registration

400.00

 

TWIGGS, EMMA

patron mileage

383.04

 

VENTURE COMMUNICATIONS

phones

435.59

 

WALMART COMMUNITY/RFCSLLC

supplies

102.58

 

WERDEL, RACHELLE

tuition reimb.

145.00

 

CAPITAL OUTLAY

 

HAUFF MID-AMERICA SPORTS INC.

vb shorts

129.00

 

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND

books

461.20

 

PEARSON EDUCATION

textbooks

56.65

 

US BANK

bond interest

14,840.00

 

SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND

 

CHILDREN'S CARE HOSPITAL &

sped tuition

3,930.00

 

HAND COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

ot/pt

2,049.52

 

LUKE, KENDRA

sped mileage

141.12

 

MILLER AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT

sped preschool

3,875.00

 

SD DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES

sped residential

4,192.15

 

TRENHAILE, JAY

evaluations

130.00

 

FOOD SERVICE

 

AMERIPRIDE SERVICES, INC.

mop/laundry

69.87

 

DEAN FOODS NC, INC

food

132.74

 

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO., INC.

food

52.75

 

HUSTED, SUZANNE

lunch refund

14.35

 

MASHEK FOOD CENTER

food

233.81

 

REINHART FOOD SERVICES

food

546.95

 

RYAN, LORIE

lunch refund

44.10

 

INTERNAL SERVICE FUND

 

D & K OUTPOST

motor fuel

15.40

 

GENERAL FUND

MIKE TIRES & REPAIR INC.

tire repair

17.50

PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION

vo ag supplies

97.13

SUPER 8 SF

state golf rooms

540.00

UPPER DECK ARCHITECTS, INC.

architectural

44,894.95

SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND

HAND COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

OT/PT

1,750.14

           

            The Board held an open forum for/on Indian Policies and Procedures.

            The Board heard the 1st reading of the “concussion protocol policy,” and held a discussion on academic eligibility policy and curfew policy.

    The Board heard the Superintendent/HS principal’s report including but not limited to summer school; summer projects; job openings; pre-school options; SBAC results;  property tax appeal hearing (6-15-17); back to school in-service;

    The Board heard the Elementary Principal's report including but not limited to monthly review; end-of year questionnaire; summer IEP meetings/workshops; Cultural Diversity Grant Application status;

    The Board heard discussion on PLO – setting lunch prices for FY2018; fund balances, cash flows, and budgets with Business Manager Chilson.

    Bollweg/Semmler moved to approve the speech therapy contract with ABO School District for $13,266.00. The motion passed.

    Semmler/Knox moved to make operating transfers to Internal fund $5,000.00; Enterprise fund $2,000.00. The motion passed.

Bollweg/Haiwick moved to approve the second reading of the 2017-18 School Budget. The motion passed.

    The Board heard updates on the elementary building and boiler projects. There is a bidding conference tomorrow (6-13-17) and 1:00 pm. Bid openings will be at 2:00 pm on June 20th.

    Haiwick/Stephenson moved to approve the 2017-18 Student Handbooks with no changes. The motion passed.

    Haiwick/Stephenson moved to surplus eight 2005-2007 computer towers and a set of cymbals. The motion passed.

    The Board set their next regular meeting for July 10 at 7:00 pm in the business classroom.

Knox/Semmler moved to enter into executive session for the purpose of personnel matters at 8:04 pm SDCL 1-25-2 (1). The motion passed. The Board came out of executive session at 8:32 pm. There was no action taken at this time.

    Haiwick/Stephenson moved to re-enter executive session for student matters at 8:33 pm SDCL 1-25-2 (2). The motion passed. The Board came out of executive session at 8:43 pm.

       Haiwick/Semmler moved to adjourn at 8:45 pm. The motion passed.

           

                                    ______________________________Mark Chilson, Business Manager

                       

                         ______________________________Clint Buchholz, Board President


2017 Highmore-Harrold School District
415 Iowa Ave South, PO Box 416
Highmore, SD 57345
High School (605) 852-2275
Elementary (605) 852-2276
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The Highmore-Harrold School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs, activities, or hiring practices.