AUGUST 2017 MINTES

HIGHMORE-HARROLD SCHOOL DISTRICT 34-2

PROCEEDINGS

August 14, 2017

 

            The Highmore-Harrold Board of Education met in regular session on August 14, 2017 in the business classroom at 7:00 pm. Members present: Rod Domke, Clint Buchholz, Jennifer Semmler, Michael Bollweg,  Superintendent Quinton Cermak, Mark Chilson Business Manager, Principal Grant Vander Vorst. Haiwick, Stephenson, Knox were absent.

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

Domke/Semmler moved to approve the agenda with additions for four home exemptions conflict of interest waivers. The motion passed.

            Semmler/Domke moved to approve the minutes of the July 10 and July 25 meetings. The motion passed.

Haiwick entered the meeting at this time, 7:04 pm.

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

Payroll:  $194,084.33

 

CASH FLOW STATEMENT

31-Aug-17

GENERAL

CAPITAL

SPECIAL

IMPACT

FOOD

PENSION

INTERNAL

FUND

OUTLAY

EDUCATION

AID

SERVICE

FUND

FUND

Balance 8/1/17

502,863.55

2,700,876.10

302,772.54

252,317.96

3,120.61

204,922.34

23,022.57

Receipts

85,784.53

5,708.38

1,884.37

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Disbursements

59,069.39

169,751.90

9,772.29

0.00

1,239.00

0.00

4,611.74

Bal. 8/31/17

$390,774.68

2,539,168.69

265,243.02

252,317.96

-1,548.77

204,922.34

14,244.72

 

Receipts: Hyde, Hughes, Sully County taxes, $72,269.65; State Aid $15,025.00; Checking Acct. Interest, $652.19; CD interest, $4,147.34; SPED Accts. Pay.; $100.00; July/Aug rent, $900.00;

                       

GENERAL FUND

AMBER WAVES

senior plagues

630.32

BLICK ART MATERIALS

supplies

934.20

BONNICHSEN, MORGAN

tuition reimb.

100.00

BRUMMEL, MEGAN

tuition reimbursement

45.00

BYTESPEED, LLC

repairs

1,024.00

CENTRAL ASBO

2018 dues

120.00

CENTURY BUSINESS PRODUCTS,

copier maintenance

120.54

CHURCHILL, MANOLIS, FREEMAN

audit letter

121.40

CITY OF HIGHMORE

water/garbage

391.33

D & K OUTPOST

motor fuel

10.64

EDMENTUM

renewal license

2,730.00

EMC INSURANCE

property/liability ins.

25,970.00

EVEN-MORE

textbooks

72.96

HALL OIL AND GAS CO., INC.

motor fuel

94.48

HIGHMORE HERALD, THE

proceedings/ads/supplies

255.66

HOFFMAN TRENCHING

repairs

383.27

HOUGHTON MIFFLIN GRT SOURCE

elem workbooks

2,298.36

INFINITE CAMPUS

annual license

937.20

IXL LEARNING

software

3,825.00

JOSTENS

hisodak

788.46

KOHLMAN, BIERSCHBACH, & AN

audit fees

8,136.00

Kroeplin, Alana

tuition reimb

45.00

LAMPO GROUP, LLC

HS textbooks

729.99

MASHEK FOOD CENTER

supplies

58.38

MCLEOD'S PRINTING

supplies

158.87

MIKE TIRES & REPAIR INC.

motor fuel/supplies

78.27

NASCO

supplies

13.68

NORTH CENTRAL FARMERS ELE

maintenance

29.58

NORTHWESTERN ENERGY

electricity

3,559.31

OLSON'S PEST CONTROL

pest control

150.00

PEARSON EDUCATION

math text teacher ed

5,016.84

PEARSON EDUCATION

textbooks

115.02

POPPLERS MUSIC STORE

band supplies

138.08

PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION

vo ag supplies

197.49

QUILL CORPORATION

supplies

3,581.22

RENAISSANCE LEARNING, INC.

software

350.00

RENAISSANCE LEARNING, INC.

software

3,340.00

RESOURCES FOR READING

supplies

62.35

SCHOLASTIC INC.

subscription

206.52

SCHOOL MATE

jh planners

843.41

SCHOOL SPECIALTY SUPPLY INC.

supplies

724.21

SDASBO

dues 2017-18

150.00

SHOUTPOINT, INC.

messaging service

345.00

TRAINING ROOM INC.

training supplies

386.76

TURNITIN

licensing fees

2,110.90

VENTURE COMMUNICATIONS

phones

404.91

WHEELHOUSE, EV

mileage

23.00

CAPITAL OUTLAY

CITY OF HIGHMORE

aud rent

2,500.00

PUETZ CORPORATION

construction app #1

26,827.20

UPPER DECK ARCHITECTS, INC.

architect

15,509.03

SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND

CHILDREN'S CARE HOSPITAL &

tuition

3,930.00

HIRSCH, KYRA

mileage

20.16

REMEDIA PUBLICATIONS

supplies

94.25

SCHOOL SPECIALTY SUPPLY INC.

supplies

81.62

SD DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERV.

residential

4,438.32

SUPER DUPER PUBLICATIONS

supplies

180.46

FOOD SERVICE

REINHART FOOD SERVICES

supplies

354.03

INTERNAL SERVICE FUND

D & K OUTPOST

motor fuel

67.20

SCHOOL SPECIALTY SUPPLY INC.

supplies

202.69

           

GENERAL FUND

DAKOTA INK & TONER

toner

718.76

H & H PLUMBING

repairs

1,360.17

HALL OIL AND GAS CO., INC.

motor fuel

30.16

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND

reg/supplies/books/gas

802.13

LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS

2nd gr supplies

229.43

MOBRIDGE - POLLOCK SCHOOL

CSDC dues 2018

300.00

PETTY CASH - POSTAGE

postage

31.08

TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATIONS IN E

title workshop

110.00

CAPITAL OUTLAY

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND

books

1,548.26

SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND

reg/supplies

1,452.57

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND

reg/supplies

143.01

 

The motion passed.

The Board heard the superintendent’s report including but not limited to monthly review; In-service; School Report Card; Concessions advisors; Open House Monday night at 5:30 pm; building and grounds update.

The Board heard a discussion on construction “change orders” and its process.

Domke/Haiwick moved to approve change order #1 for elementary foundation $22,570. The motion passed.

The Board discussed and approved Domke/Bollweg moved to authorize the superintendent of schools to approve change orders of $5,000 or less up to five times total. The motion passed.

Stephenson entered the meeting at this time, 7:17 pm.

            The Board heard a principal’s report including but not limited to enrollment numbers: Elem-123; Native American, Love Thy Neighbor Grant.

    The Board heard a financial update from Mr. Chilson concerning fund balances; audit report; reallocations of budgets.

    Stephenson/Haiwick moved to amend/reallocate budgets: reduce GF $112,000 from elementary bussing; $16,000 from JH bussing; $16,000 from HS bussing; $220,000 from architectural from general fund to capital outlay; $30,000 from administration general to administration SPED. New expenditure balances of: GF = $3,276,554; CO = $2,733,300; SPED = $544,558 with differences to be financed by fund reserves. The motion passed.

    Domke/Semmler moved to approve the contract with Patty Mills as dishwasher 4 hours @ day for $10.00 an hour and the contract with Danielle Etzkorn for RN services as needed for $25.00 an hour and approve Wade Hoesing as volunteer JH football coach. The motion passed.

    Knox entered the meeting at this time, 7:30 pm.

    Domke/Stephenson moved to approve open enrollments 2018A and 2018B and four home-school exemptions A-D. The motion passed.

    Knox/Semmler moved to enter into executive session at 7:35 pm for the purpose of a student matter SDCL 1-25-2 (2). The motion passed.

The Board came out of executive session at 7:43 pm.

The Board set their next regular meeting for September 11th at 7:00 pm in the business classroom. The motion passed.

            Haiwick/Bollweg moved to adjourn at 7:44 pm. The motion passed.

 

   ______________________________Mark Chilson, Business Manager

 

   ______________________________Clint Buchholz, Board President

 

·       All votes are unanimous unless otherwise stated.


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