MARCH MINUTES 2017

HIGHMORE-HARROLD SCHOOL DISTRICT 34-2

PROCEEDINGS

March 13, 2017

 

            The Highmore-Harrold Board of Education met in regular session on March 13, 2017 in the business classroom at 7:02 pm. Members present: Clint Buchholz, Jennifer Semmler, Michael Bollweg, Paul Knox, Jim Stephenson and Paula Haiwick. Domke was absent. Others present: Superintendent Quinton Cermak, Business Manager Mark Chilson, K-6 Principal Grant Vander Vorst, Athletic Director Mike Ring.

    President Buchholz called the meeting to order at 7:01 pm and the pledge of allegiance was recited.

The agenda was approved with a motion by Haiwick/Semmler.  The motion passed.

            Knox/Stephenson moved to approve the minutes of the February 14 and March 2 meetings. The motion passed.

            Financials approved by Semmler/Knox. The motion passed.

 

CASH FLOW STATEMENT

28-Feb-17

GENERAL

CAPITAL

SPECIAL

IMPACT

FOOD

PENSION

INTERNAL

FUND

OUTLAY

EDUCATION

AID

SERVICE

FUND

FUND

Balance 2/1/17

-322,653.63

2,171,303.27

237,840.01

252,317.96

6,522.48

204,835.40

-4,212.19

Receipts

246,841.48

79,486.96

90,940.80

0.00

13,266.59

18.05

5,133.00

Disbursements

213,640.07

6,433.89

39,191.92

0.00

12,179.66

0.00

4,253.73

Bal2/28/17

$290,614.91

2,244,654.63

290,536.56

252,317.96

7,609.41

204,853.45

-3,314.92

 

Payroll:  $181,490.57.

Receipts: Hyde/Hughes/Sully County taxes $236,853.57; State Aid $17,957.00; Admissions, $2,353.00; Lunches, $8,499.00; Ck. Acct. Interest, $400.23; Fed. Hot Lunch Reimbursement, $4,767.59; State Apportionment, $19,290.73; Hisodak, $1,100.50; Pre-school Tuition, $1,125.00; CD Interest, $478.90; Accts. Rec. SPED, $100.00; Miscellaneous Revenue, $289.00; Hall Oil Refund, $451.35; Title I, $57,385.00, Title II, $16,308.00, IDEA Part B, $64,489.00, IDEA-preschool, $4,008.00; Rentals, $663.50;        WB’s refund,  $79.77; Donations camera box, $1,925.00;

 

GENERAL FUND

AMERICAN ENGINEERING TESTING

soil testing

4,000.00

AMERIPRIDE SERVICES, INC.

mop/laundry

379.18

BYTESPEED, LLC

repairs

407.00

CENTURY BUSINESS PRODUCTS,

copiers main. cont

390.55

CITY OF HIGHMORE

water/garbage

551.85

D & K OUTPOST

motor fuel

38.03

DAKOTA INK & TONER

cartridges

72.45

DOMKE, CRYSTAL

supplies

58.10

FOREMAN SALES AND SERVICE

bussing

20,608.89

HALL OIL AND GAS CO., INC.

propane

3,212.41

HAND COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH

screenings

103.88

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND

officials/reg/SB/supplies

2,152.67

L Young

70.00

K Kurth

180.00

E Booth

90.00

J Estes

133.68

M Ruth

164.34

G Blue

90.00

C Edson

132.00

J Mikkelson

180.00

J Wenzel

90.00

G Stroh

148.80

J Osborn

90.00

R Kludt

172.32

R Effling

132.00

HIGHMORE HERALD, THE

ads/proceedings

148.03

HOMESTEAD BUILDING SUPPLY

supplies

96.05

J.W. PEPPER AND SON

music

263.20

KAISER'S WELDING

supplies

213.02

LAMONT, CHANTREL

tuition reimbursement

395.00

MASHEK FOOD CENTER

food/supplies

284.62

MCLEOD'S PRINTING

envelopes

1,709.51

MIDWEST COOPERATIVE

motor fuel

35.04

MILLER, JACKIE

drama supplies

505.46

NORTHWESTERN ENERGY

electricity

3,504.90

SDASBO

conf reg

100.00

UPPER DECK ARCHITECTS, INC.

architectural

11,289.44

VENTURE COMMUNICATIONS

phones

442.32

CAPITAL OUTLAY

CITY OF HIGHMORE

aud rent

2,500.00

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND

video cam

2,750.00

SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND

CHILDREN'S CARE HOSPITAL

tuition

5,764.00

HAND COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

ot/pt

786.54

HOMESTEAD BUILDING SUPPLY

supplies

11.49

LUKE, KENDRA

sped mileage

161.28

SD DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SER.

residential

6,288.22

FOOD SERVICE

AMERIPRIDE SERVICES, INC.

mop/laundry

94.80

CASH-WA DISTRIBUTING

food

235.13

DEAN FOODS NC, INC

food

639.05

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO., INC.

food

306.44

MASHEK FOOD CENTER

food/supplies

674.52

PEKAREK, JASON

lunch refund

235.10

REINHART FOOD SERVICES

food

3,945.03

 

            No conflict disclosures.

    The Board held an Indian Policies and Procedures Forum at this time.

    The Board heard the 7-12 Principal/Superintendent’s report including but not limited to the update: 4th quarter, club baseball, track startup, state BB trnys, visual arts, FCCLA, Football schedules 2017, homecoming possible dates, WR per deims; legislative session.

    The Board heard the K-6 principal’s report including but limited to student council activities; food pantry drive; read and feed; community cleanup; pre-school screenings; fruit and vegetable grant update.

    The Board heard an update from Athletic Director Ring on AD proposals; activities; schedules.

    The Board held a discussion on preliminary budget, funds, and negotiation with Business Manager Chilson.

    The Board heard an update on the school election (no election needed); buildings/grounds.

    The Board held its first reading of a Pre-school Handbook.

    The Board reviewed a proposal from Johnson Controls for updating/renovating/new heating systems.

    Haiwick/Bollweg moved to approve the Design Build Process and to publish Request for Qualifications and to advertise for Request of Proposals. The motion passed.

    Bollweg/Knox moved to enter executive session for negotiations SDCL: 1-25-2(4) at 8:25 pm. The motion carried.

    The Board came out of executive of session at 9:39 pm.

    The Board set negotiations dates as 3/15, 3/22, and 3/29 as needed.

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

            Semmler/Haiwick moved to adjourn at 9:41 pm. The motion passed.

 

______________________________Mark Chilson, Business Manager

 

______________________________Clint Buchholz, Board President


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Highmore, SD 57345
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