NOVEMBER 2016 MINTUES

HIGHMORE-HARROLD SCHOOL DISTRICT 34-2

PROCEEDINGS

November 14, 2016

 

            The Highmore-Harrold Board of Education met in regular session on November 14, 2016 in the business classroom at 7:00 pm. Members present: Michael Bollweg, Paul Knox, Rod Domke, Clint Buchholz, Jennifer Semmler, Paula Haiwick, Jim Stephenson; Superintendent Quinton Cermak, Mark Chilson Business Manager, Principal Grant Vander Vorst. Others present: Mike Ring, Ken Jones, Natalie Leisinger, Taylor Ashdown. President Buchholz called the meeting to order at 7:00 pm and the pledge of allegiance was recited.

    Semmler/Stephenson moved to approve the agenda with an addition for two executive sessions and an open enrollment application. The motion passed.

    Domke/Bollweg moved to approve the minutes of the October 10 meeting. The motion passed.

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

               

    Payroll: $183,183.86

    Receipts: Highmore-Harrold County taxes, $43,976.96; State Aid $28,202.00; Checking Acct. Interest, $331.83; Admissions, $1,905.00; Lunch Receipts, $7.986.35; CD interest, $4,193.53; Hisodak, $490.00; Music rentals, $100.00; Pre-school Tuition, $1,125.00; Supplies return, $286.65; ASBSD work comp. dividend, $5,402.00; SPED acct rec, $100.00; Fed Hot Lunch Reimb., $5,162.15; McGraw Hill return, $114.99; Refunds to School, $66.37;

           

CASH FLOW STATEMENT

31-Oct-16

GENERAL

CAPITAL

SPECIAL

IMPACT

FOOD

PENSION

INTERNAL

FUND

OUTLAY

EDUCATION

AID

SERVICE

FUND

FUND

Bal.10/1/16

-267,648.63

1,625,376.81

227,262.09

252,317.96

325.16

204,830.68

9,763.27

Receipts

59,051.50

16,171.64

4,042.55

0.00

13,548.50

0.00

1,125.00

Disbursements

197,421.38

21,074.92

32,733.91

0.00

8,476.99

0.00

4,288.35

Bal. 10/31/16

-408,602.03

1,620,473.53

199,518.40

252,317.96

5,396.97

204,835.40

6,599.92

 

The motion passed.

                   

GENERAL FUND

446-PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION

VO AG

96.74

ACE INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY

VO AG

234.80

AMERIPRIDE SERVICES, INC.

MOP/LAUNDRY

458.11

BJ'S INSTRUMENTAL REPAIR

REPAIRS

285.00

BROWN DOG GADGETS

SUPPLIES (MONSANTO)

288.00

BYTESPEED, LLC

TECH SUPPLIES

880.00

CENTURY BUSINESS PRODUCTS

COPIERS

431.51

CHIESMAN CENTER FOR DEMOCRACY

KIDS VOTE

130.00

CITY OF HIGHMORE

WATER HOUSE

588.27

COLE PAPERS, INC.

CUSTODIAL

76.46

D & K OUTPOST

MOTOR FUEL

35.17

DIRECT DIGITAL CONTROL LLC

MAINTENANCE

142.50

EMC INSURANCE

HOUSE PREMIUM

115.00

FOREMAN SALES AND SERVICE

BUSSES

21,444.99

G & R CONTROLS

BOILER REPAIRS

934.94

H & H PLUMBING

SPRINKLER SYSTEM

586.89

HALL OIL AND GAS CO., INC.

MOTOR FUEL

892.91

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND

BOOKS/STAMPS/REPAIR

340.06

HILLYARD/SIOUX FALLS

SUPPLIES

318.39

HOMESTEAD BUILDING SUPPLY

SUPPLIES VO AG/HOUS

263.88

KAISER'S WELDING

SUPPLIES

3.84

KLXS COUNTRY 93.5

ADS

81.60

MASHEK FOOD CENTER

SUPPLIES

13.82

MCLEOD'S PRINTING

ENVELOPES

718.08

MIDWEST COOPERATIVE

MOTOR FUEL

34.73

NORTHWESTERN ENERGY

ELECTRICITY

3,782.84

OLSON'S PEST CONTROL

PEST CONTROL

150.00

PIERRE MUSIC STORE

BAND/MUSIC

2,432.00

RENAISSANCE LEARNING, INC.

RENEWAL SUB.

2,814.00

RING, MICHAEL

COACHING CLASS

35.00

SCHMIDT, JORY

COMPUTER CASE ELEM

69.99

SLEGER, VICKI

FINGERPRINTS

15.00

UPPER DECK ARCHITECTS, INC.

ARCH. ASSESSMENT

6,700.00

VENTURE COMMUNICATIONS

PHONES

452.87

WEST RIVER FOUNDATION

SYS CHANGE REG

600.00

WHITE RIVER SCHOOLS

SUPERINTENDENT DUES

75.00

CAPITAL OUTLAY

CITY OF HIGHMORE

AUD RENT

2,500.00

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND

BOOKS/STAMPS/REPAIR

81.70

PEARSON EDUCATION

ELEM TEXTS

55.94

VENTURE COMMUNICATIONS

PHONES

810.00

WHELLHOUSE PLUMBING

NEW WATER FOUNTAIN

1,003.25

SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND

CARROLL, AMBER

NURSING SERVICES

200.00

HAND COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

OT/PT

475.14

LUKE, KENDRA

SPED MILEAGE

383.04

TRENHAILE, JAY

EVALUATIONS

213.50

VILAS PHARMACY

SUPPLIES

5.98

FOOD SERVICE

AMERIPRIDE SERVICES, INC.

MOP/LAUNDRY

114.54

CASH-WA DISTRIBUTING

FOOD

276.02

DEAN FOODS NC, INC

FOOD

789.46

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO., INC.

FOOD

353.08

HERITAGE FOOD SERVICE EQUIP,

DISHWASHER REPAIRS

149.92

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND

BOOKS/STAMPS/REPAIR

149.92

MASHEK FOOD CENTER

FOOD

1,336.64

REINHART FOOD SERVICES

FOOD

4,016.98

GENERAL FUND

446-PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION

VO AG

92.63

BJ'S INSTRUMENTAL REPAIR

REPAIRS

40.00

CEDAR SHORES RESORT

ROOMS- SYSTEMS

384.00

DAKOTA INK & TONER

TONER

259.95

HIGHMORE HERALD, THE

PRICEEDINGS/REPORTS

288.54

OFFICE OF WEIGHTS

SCALE CERTIFICATION

28.00

PETTY CASH - POSTAGE

POSTAGE

24.07

RITTEL, REIS

COACHING CLASSES

70.00

SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND

HAND COUNTY MEMORIAL

OP/PT

981.00

 

 

 

 

    The Board viewed any conflicts and disclosures by Board members.

    The Board heard the Superintendent’s report including but not limited to FFA National Convention; FCCLA red ribbon week; Physics Trip; NHS; Avera eNurse grant program; Semester Test schedule; X-mas concert Dec. 6th; American Education Week Nov. 14-18; music teacher search update.

    The Board heard the Principal’s report including but not limited to mentoring program; letter of recommendation; monthly review and schedule; Veteran’s Day program.

    The Board heard a FB Coop committee update with a recommendation to continue the FB coop regardless whether it be 9-man or 11-man; cheerleading update; athletic handbook policy discussions concerning curfew and eligibility from Athletic Director Ring.

    Domke/Stephenson moved to approve a resolution to remain in the FB coop with Miller regardless of classification. The motion passed.

    The Board held their second reading of Board Policy FD—Facilities Rental or Lease of District Property. Stephenson/Knox moved to approve. The motion passed.

The Board held a building and grounds update and report with architect drawings.

Bollweg/Haiwck moved to approve the contract for Cole Hamlin as JH BBB coach for $1,922.00 and approve Reis Rittel as a voluntary asst. WR coach; approve overtime hours for Kathy Nemec (55), Marilyn Krick (39.5), and Georgette Cermak for painting and cleaning of district residence; declared a modified SPED wheelchair surplus property to be disposed of with no value and an overhead project with the value of $20.00; approve an open-enrollment application 2016-1. The motion passed.

    Stephenson/Knox moved to enter into executive session for the purpose of student issues 1-25-2(2) at 8:14 pm. The motion passed. The Board came out of executive session at 8:26 pm.

Bollweg/Domke moved to re-enter executive session for the purpose of personnel 1-25-2(1) at 8:26 pm. The motion passed. The Board came out of executive session at 8:33 pm.

    The Board set their next regular meeting for December 12 at 6:00 pm in the business classroom.

    Domke/Knox moved to adjourn at 8:33 pm. The motion passed.

  

______________________________Mark Chilson, Business Manager

 

                        ______________________________Clint Buchholz, Board President

           


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