APRIL 2018 MINUTES

HIGHMORE-HARROLD SCHOOL DISTRICT 34-2

PROCEEDINGS

April 9, 2018

 

            The Highmore-Harrold Board of Education met in regular session on April 9, 2018 in the business classroom at 7:00 pm. Members present: Jennifer Semmler, Paula Haiwick, Michael Bollweg, Clint Buchholz, Rod Domke, Paul Knox. Others present: Superintendent Quinton Cermak, Business Manager Mark Chilson, Elem Principal Grant Vander Vorst, Asst. Business Manager Jennifer Farstveet, Mike Ring, Ken Jones,

    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 Semmler/Haiwick with an addition for milk escalator agreement and a second executive session for personnel. The motion passed.

    Domke/Semmler moved to approve the minutes of the March 12th and 20th meetings. The motion passed.

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

 

CASH FLOW STATEMENT

GENERAL

CAPITAL

SPECIAL

IMPACT

FOOD

PENSION

INTERNAL

FUND

OUTLAY

EDUCATION

AID

SERVICE

FUND

FUND

Bal 03/1/18

$165,394.98

$1,264,539.97

$167,787.86

$252,317.96

$3,959.35

$207,945.53

$4,934.51

Receipts

$63,412.54

$53,109.37

$905.88

$7,382.27

$14,079.63

$0.00

$1,250.00

Disbursements

$223,624.81

$475,279.03

$50,272.97

$0.00

$11,739.96

$0.00

$4,400.63

Bal. 3/31/18

$4,720.11

$842,370.31

$118,882.77

$259,701.23

$6,299.02

$207,945.53

$1,783.88

 

The motion passed.

Payroll:  $221,848.82

Receipts: Hyde/Hughes/Sully County Taxes $107,535.64; Lunches, $7,472.90; CD Interest, $1,775.34; Fed Hot Lunch Reimbursement, $4,904.57; Pre-school tuition, $1,250.00; Hisodak, $175.00; State Aid, $7,203.00; Rentals, $450.00; Cking. Acct. Interest, $292.36; Impact Aid Grant, $7,382.27; Region BBB, $288.81

           

GENERAL FUND

AMERIPRIDE SERVICES, INC.

mop/laundry

295.99

BOOK SYSTEMS, INC.

FY 19 contract renewal

595.00

BOOK SYSTEMS, INC.

supplies

70.00

BYTESPEED, LLC

jh computer repairs

589.00

CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL SUPPLY CO.

science supplies

34.60

COLE PAPERS, INC.

copy paper

2,532.78

DAKOTA INK & TONER

toner

60.99

FERDING ELECTRIC INC.

repair gym boilers

1,003.40

HALL OIL AND GAS CO., INC.

motor fuel/propane

3,085.81

HOMESTEAD BUILDING SUPPLY

supplies

170.36

HUGHES ELECTRIC

supt house repairs

791.43

HYDE, SHELBY

motor fuel

43.94

HYDE, SHELBY

supplies

201.33

JAN BUSSE FORD

suburban repairs

422.57

JONES SCHOOL SUPPLY

play awards

50.00

JOSTENS

grad medals

39.84

LAMONT, CHANTREL

supplies

92.46

RING, MICHAEL

tuition reimbursement

275.00

SD HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY ASSOC.

rule/score books

88.00

SD TEACHER PLACEMENT CENTER

teacher placement

420.00

SHEFFIELD, RYAN

supplies

24.04

SHEPHERD CONSTRUCTION

repairs-rental house

115.60

SUPER 8 SF

art rooms

138.00

VENTURE COMMUNICATIONS

phones

425.75

WALMART COMMUNITY/RFCSLLC

supplies

139.30

CAPITAL OUTLAY

PUETZ CORPORATION

construction

271,437.32

SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND

CHILDREN'S CARE HOSPITAL &

tuition

4,860.00

HALL OIL AND GAS CO., INC.

motor fuel

13.41

HIRSCH, KYRA

tuition reimb

40.00

PRATT, JANIE

tuition/sped con.

129.70

SD DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVIC

residential

8,221.27

VOUNTEERS OF AMERICA - DAKOTAS

tuition

801.64

FOOD SERVICE

AMERIPRIDE SERVICES, INC.

mop/laundry

117.89

ROSHAU CONSTRUCTION/CABINETRY

lunch refund

12.40

INTERNAL SERVICE FUND

NCS PEARSON INC.

testing supplies

134.50

GENERAL FUND

 

BJ'S INSTRUMENTAL REPAIR

repairs

60.00

 

BLICK ART MATERIALS

supplies

119.33

 

BYTESPEED, LLC

computers fy19

12,475.00

 

CENTURY BUSINESS PRODUCTS, INC

copiers

315.71

 

CITY OF HIGHMORE

water/garbage/rent

670.25

 

D & K OUTPOST

motor fuel

50.25

 

DEMCO

supplies

244.64

 

FOREMAN SALES AND SERVICE

bussing

19,273.24

 

HIGHMORE HERALD, THE

proceedings/ads

756.46

 

HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS

1act play rooms

853.93

 

MIKE TIRES & REPAIR INC.

motor fuel

84.10

 

NORTHWESTERN ENERGY

electricity

3,606.82

 

OLSON'S PEST CONTROL

pest control

165.00

 

QUILL CORPORATION

supplies

62.45

 

SD HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY ASSOC.

participation fees

900.00

 

SERVICE EXPERTS

repairs

496.20

 

TREFZ, HEATHER

tuition reimb

40.00

 

CAPITAL OUTLAY

 

CITY OF HIGHMORE

AUD rent

2,500.00

 

UPPER DECK ARCHITECTS, INC.

architectual

5,254.80

 

SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND

 

D & K OUTPOST

motor fuel

40.11

 

TRENHAILE, JAY

evaluations

1,995.00

 

FOOD SERVICE

 

BIG EAGLE, MELVA

lunch refund

1.25

 

DEAN FOODS NC, INC

food

5,658.07

 

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO., INC.

food

105.32

 

SD DEPT OF ED; CHILD/ADULT

food

296.98

 

GENERAL FUND

 

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND

dues/officials/fees/supplies

3,040.64

 

L Morford

$450.00

 

W Kusser

$40.00

 

J Chavez

$60.00

 

R Kusser

$60.00

 

H Tvedt

$80.01

 

L Aasby

$26.67

 

N Gregg

$80.00

 

J Thingelstead

$80.00

 

MASHEK FOOD CENTER

food

417.02

 

SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND

 

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND

dues/officials/fees/supplies

20.00

 

SD DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES

residential

2,919.27

 

VOUNTEERS OF AMERICA - DAKOTAS

tuition - Feb/Mar.

887.53

 

FOOD SERVICE

 

MASHEK FOOD CENTER

food

650.43

 

           

There were no conflict disclosures at this time.
            The Board heard a superintendent’s report including but not limited to Smarter Balance Testing; Spring Play; Prom; FCCLA, FBLA, FFA; National land judging; Cheerleading numbers; Teacher Appreciation—May 9-13; HS/JH sports participation for FY19; BBB uniforms donation; Negotiated Agreement; Teaching openings; Gifted and Talented Update; Buildings and Grounds update—phase #2.

    Stephenson entered the meeting at 7:09 pm.

    The Board heard the K-12 principal’s report including but not limited to Preschool screening (34); April 2--Arbor Day, 1:00 pm; Title I Parents Night--April 17, 5:00 pm;

    The Board held a discussion of the 2018-19 Budget; Health Insurance rate increases—1%; Workman’s Comp Quote—(5%);

    Haiwick/Bollweg moved to approve the Participation Agreements with ASBSD for Workmen’s Comp and Health Insurance Pool for FY19; and the Adoption and the Renewal Motion with ASBSD Protective Trust. The motion passed.

    The Board held a long, long discussion on fundraisers and trips.

    The Board held a discussion on paving the east parking lot.

    Haiwick/Stephenson moved to approve the second reading: School Computer Policy and Waiver and the second reading: Preschool Handbook--Edited. The motion passed.

    Stephenson/Knox moved approve the Negotiated Agreement for the 2018-19 school year. The motion passed.

    Stephenson/Knox moved to adopt the resolution authorizing membership in the SDHSAA for the 2018-19 school year; to approve the contract with Joe Brooks for Driver’s Education at $3,500 plus mileage from Miller for 2018 summer term; to accept the resignation of Cole Hamlin; JH teacher and coach; to surplus white promethean boards for disposal and broken ice machine for $50.00; motion passed.

    Semmler/Stephenson moved to accept Jay and Jackie Miller’s resignation for 1-act and 3-act play. The motion passed.

    Stephenson/Bollweg to deny the early retirement incentive request from Mr. Chilson. The motion passed.

    Bollweg/Stephenson moved to accept change order #15–ductwork for $1,747.00; to approve time for Ryan Sheffield additional seven hours; to approve Grant writing incentive 5% payments of $104.20 to Jennifer Farstveet for  Small Rural Schools Achievement Grant, and $369.10 to Mark Chilson for Impact Aid Grant; to approve the Avera Pace milk escalator clause for FY19; to offer all classified, and certified staff, and Title teachers contracts contingent on federal funding for the 2018-19 school funding as recommended by the school administration as per to the negotiated agreement. The motion passed.

    Domke/Knox moved to enter in executive session for personnel SDCL: 1-25-2 (1) at 9:07 pm.  The motion passed. The Board came out of executive session at 9:19 pm.

    Stephenson/Semmler moved to enter in executive session for negotiations SDCL: 1-25-2 (4) at 9:20 pm.  The motion passed. The Board came out of executive at 10:11 pm.

    The Board set their next regular meeting for May 14th at 7:00 pm in the business classroom.

    Domke/Haiwick moved to adjourn at 10:12 pm. The motion passed.*

 

            * All motion votes are unanimous unless otherwise stated.

 

 

______________________________Mark Chilson, Business Manager

 

______________________________Clint Buchholz, Board President


2018 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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