SEPTEMBER 2016 MINUTES

HIGHMORE-HARROLD SCHOOL DISTRICT 34-2

PROCEEDINGS

September 14, 2016

 

            The Highmore-Harrold Board of Education met in regular session on September 14, 2016 in the business classroom at 5:00 pm. Members present: Michael Bollweg, Jim Stephenson, Jennifer Semmler, Paul Knox, Paula Haiwick, Rod Domke, Mark Chilson Business Manager, Superintendent Quinton Cermak, Principal Grant Vander Vorst.  Others present: Jackie Knox.

      President Buchholz called the meeting to order at 5:03 pm and the pledge of allegiance was recited.

    Haiwick/Knox moved to approve the agenda with additions for a resignation and additional music prep time. The motion passed.

    Stephenson/Bollweg moved to approve the minutes of the August 8th and 29th meetings. The motion passed.

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

 

CASH FLOW STATEMENT

31-Aug-16

GENERAL

CAPITAL

SPECIAL

IMPACT

FOOD

PENSION

INTERNAL

FUND

OUTLAY

EDUCATION

AID

SERVICE

FUND

FUND

Bal 8/1/16

23,302.24

1,693,034.57

280,916.57

252,317.96

-6,639.22

204,830.68

20,511.90

Receipts

127,614.32

9,001.22

1,621.74

0.00

13,177.30

0.00

850.00

Disbursements

113,081.25

6,401.65

5,496.31

0.00

1,352.00

0.00

5,013.74

Bal 8/31/16

-64,460.13

1,715,153.49

257,531.46

252,317.96

1,973.33

204,835.40

13,193.98

 

Payroll: $183,318.40

Receipts: Highmore-Harrold County taxes, $2,910.20; State Aid $28,202.00; Gross Receipts, $83,206.64; Ck. Acct, Interest, $403.30; CD Interest, $472.60; Miscellaneous $20.00; Lunches, $13,177.30; Refund Sales Tax, $5.70; Pre-school tuition, $850.00; Admissions, $1,020.00; Hisodak, $355.00; Monsanto Grant, $10,000.00; SPED Accts. Rec., $100.00; Rentals $80.00;

           

GENERAL FUND

AMERIPRIDE SERVICES, INC.

CUSTODIAL

136.62

ASSOCIATED SCHOOL BOARDS OF SD

BOARD WORKSHOP

305.00

BAN-KOE COMPANIES

MAINTENANCE

5,859.00

BYTESPEED, LLC

COMPUTERS

26,468.00

CENTURY BUSINESS PRODUCTS, INC

COPIERS

336.73

COLE PAPERS, INC.

SUPPLIES

195.66

D & K OUTPOST

GAS

25.79

DEMCO

SUPPLIES

89.60

DIV OF CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION

BACKGROUND CK

86.50

ELLISON

SUPPLIES

45.99

GOLDEN WEST TECHNOLOGIES

ISONA READER

1,336.52

GRAPHIC EDGE

WEIGHT TR SHIRTS

824.93

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND

FEES/CONF/SUPPLIES

1,233.84

HOUGHTON MIFFLIN GRT SOURCE

SUPPLIES

167.00

HOUSE OF GLASS INC.

CUSTODIAL

123.25

HUSTED, SUZANNE

DUAL CR TUITION

145.00

HYDE, SHELBY

COACHING CLASS

35.00

Kroeplin, Alana

TUITION REIMBURSE.

45.00

LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS

SUPPLIES

47.49

LAMONT, CHANTREL

TUITION REIMBURS.

45.00

M & T FIRE AND SAFETY

MAINTENANCE CHECK

85.00

MARSO, BRIAN

COACHING CLASS

81.49

MCKIRDY-WILSEY, EMMA

BACKGROUND CK

15.00

MCLEOD'S PRINTING

CHECKS

158.20

MIDWEST COOPERATIVE

MOTOR FUEL

51.27

NATIONAL BUSINES SUPPLY

SUPPLIES

548.90

NATIONAL BUSINES SUPPLY

TONER CARTRIDGES

1,056.00

NORTHWESTERN ENERGY

ELECTRICITY

4,785.45

OLSON'S PEST CONTROL

PEST CONTROL

150.00

OLSON, RENAE

COACHING CLASS

35.00

PREMIER AGENDA, INC.

PLANNERS

2,247.63

QUILL CORPORATION

SUPPLIES

4,775.80

RAMKOTA INN

PROF. DEVELOPMENT

499.95

RING, MICHAEL

TUITION REIMBURSE.

45.00

SASD

DUES - BM

181.00

SCHOOL SPECIALTY SUPPLY INC.

SUPPLIES

601.08

TRAINING ROOM INC.

ATHLETIC SUPPLIES

614.91

UNITED LABORATORIES

SUPPLIES

632.82

VANDER VORST, GRANT

FINGERPRINTS

15.00

VENTURE COMMUNICATIONS

PHONE

53.47

VILAS PHARMACY

SUPPLIES

3.99

WEBB, AMY

TUITION REIMBURSEMENT

185.00

WEST SIOUX CERAMICS

KILN VENT

427.26

WHITE, MINDY

COACHING CLASSES

35.00

CAPITAL OUTLAY

ALLIED SCORING TABLES INC.

SCORING TABLES

3,698.75

EDMENTUM

SOFTWARE

10,200.00

FACTOR 360, INC.

SOFTWARE

639.00

FITNESS FACTORY OUTLET

BENCH-WEIGHT RM

310.00

HAUFF MID-AMERICA SPORTS INC.

VB UNIFORMS

959.00

HOUGHTON MIFFLIN GRT SOURCE

MATH TEXTBOOKS

242.87

KRICK, MARILYN

TABLES

89.94

MCGRAW HILL COMPANIES

TEXTS

114.99

PLANBOOKEDU LLC

SUBSCRIPTION

570.00

SCHOOL SPECIALTY SUPPLY INC.

TABLE/CHAIRS

618.52

TEACHING STRATEGIES

LICENSING

263.40

SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND

AMBUR, BRIDGET

ROOM

60.00

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND

FEES/CONF/SUPPLIES

238.63

REMEDIA PUBLICATIONS

SUPPLIES

301.94

SCHOOL SPECIALTY SUPPLY INC.

SUPPLIES

182.33

FOOD SERVICE

AMERIPRIDE SERVICES, INC.

MOPS/LAUNDRY

34.16

 

 

    The Board held an open forum at this time with individuals concerned with the Indians Policies and Procedures Policy. Participation in activities; transportation; Indian Curriculum were discussed by the Board and attending members. There will be no school on Native American Day October 10th.

J     ackie Knox discussed a Mosanto Grant for Science and Art classes.

    The Board heard the superintendent’s report including but not limited to building and grounds update with assessment review; Calendar Update for three in-service days on Fridays; Homecoming Update; ACT report composite score improved from 21.3 to 21.6; School Report Card as a progressing school, discussed a school sign/marquee possibilities.

    The Board heard a principal’s report including but not limited to elementary student council; Book Fair on Sept 19-24; School Mall fundraiser; school assemblies.                                                                                                                       

    The Board held a conversation on property tax request letter for 2017.

    Bollweg/Stephenson moved to lower the request to 1.5 mills for the Capital Outlay tax request for $981,405.00, and the General Fund mill levy at state set rates and assessments. The motion passed.

    Domke/Bollweg moved to set SPED at 0.50 mills for an amount $504,708.00 (maximum allowed by law $981,405.00) for the 2016-17 school year budget. The motion passed.

    Stephenson/Semmler moved to amend the 2017 Capital Outlay budget contingency account to $410,325.00. The motion passed.

    The Board held a district residential purchase update.

    Domke/Bollweg moved to approve ten home school exemptions #2017-1 thru #2017-10. The motion passed.

    Domke/Bollweg moved to approve/renew school nursing contract with Amber Carroll at $80.00 @ hour, to surplus fifty-nine 2008 computers with no value to be picked up by re-cyclers, to approve an additional hour per day to Emma McKirdy-Wilsey for prep time (3 hours a day), and to accept the resignation of Justin Irbeck as asst. wrestling coach. The motion passed.

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

Domke/Semmler moved to adjourn at 6:31 pm. The motion passed.

 

*All votes are unanimous unless otherwise noted.

           

 

   ______________________________Mark Chilson, Business Manager

 

   ______________________________Clint Buchholz, Board President


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