FEBRUARY 2018 MINUTES

    HIGHMORE-HARROLD SCHOOL DISTRICT 34-2

                             PROCEEDINGS

         FEBRUARY 12, 2018

 

            The Highmore-Harrold Board of Education met in regular session on February 12, 2018 in the Business classroom at 7:00 pm. Members present: Clint Buchholz, Paula Haiwick, Paul Knox, Jennifer Semmler, Jim Stephenson, Michael Bollweg, Rod Domke. Others present: K-6 Principal/SPED Director Grant Vander Vorst, K-12 Principal/Superintendent Quinton Cermak, Asst. Bus. Man. Jennifer Farstveet.

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

    The agenda was approved with a motion by Domke/Knox. The motion passed. 

    Bollweg/Semmler moved to approve the minutes of the January 10 meetings. The motion passed.

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

           

CASH FLOW STATEMENT

GENERAL

CAPITAL

SPECIAL

IMPACT

FOOD

PENSION

INTERNAL

FUND

OUTLAY

EDUCATION

AID

SERVICE

FUND

FUND

Bal. 01/1/18

$294,238.87

$1,667,395.24

$203,703.74

$252,317.96

-$506.39

$204,922.34

-$4,713.60

Receipts

$131,888.15

$71,886.15

$23,106.33

$0.00

$15,897.21

$23.19

$825.00

Disbursements

$203,732.70

$339,433.12

$54,186.89

$0.00

$10,102.18

$0.00

$4,510.77

Bal. 1/31/18

$150,415.93

$1,341,378.88

$153,600.70

$252,317.96

$5,288.64

$204,945.53

-$8,399.37

 

The motion passed.

Payroll:  $200,186.43

Receipts: Hyde County, taxes $28,649.15; State Aid/Sparsity, $42,670.00; Admissions, $1,124.00; Lunches, $8,443.55; Ck. Acct. Interest, $395.33; Federal Hot Lunch Reimbursement, $4,297.66; CD interest, $5,335.34; Hisodak, $35.00; Pre-school tuition, $825.00; Miscellaneous, $29.00; Rentals, $485.00; Parkston classis, $67.45; Donations, $100.00.

           

GENERAL FUND

AMERIPRIDE SERVICES, INC.

mop/laundry

372.44

AUTOMATIC BUILDING CONTROLS

fire alarm maintenance

1,302.00

BALOUN, RHONDA

supplies

45.26

BECKLER, TRACEY

dual credit tuition

144.99

BJ'S INSTRUMENTAL REPAIR

repairs

140.00

BYTESPEED, LLC

supplies

298.00

CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL SUPPLY

supplies

71.90

CENTURY BUSINESS PRODUCTS

copiers

379.69

CHILSON, MARK

vehicle reg

63.20

D & K OUTPOST

motor fuel

85.48

DAKOTA INK & TONER

toner cartridges

574.96

DAYS INN OF BROOKINGS

FFA room

182.20

EISENBEISZ, JEFF

custodial supplies

124.80

EMPLOYER MUTUAL INSURANCE

new pickup insurance

415.00

HALL OIL AND GAS CO., INC.

propane

3,612.59

HALL OIL AND GAS CO., INC.

motor fuel

189.76

HALL OIL AND GAS CO., INC.

fuel

3,549.04

HAMLIN, COLE

supplies

88.52

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND

bb officials

3,309.45

B. Beck

168.96

G. Beutler

90.00

M. Ulrich

90.00

J. Osborn

90.00

J. Opp

238.80

L. Pearson

90.00

M. Clark

146.28

J. Estes

133.68

S. Kulser

186.60

T. Hofer

90.00

C. Edson

162.00

E. Booth

162.00

L. Krogstrand

120.00

J. Mikkelson

120.00

R. Effling

120.00

K. Kurth

120.00

HILLYARD/SIOUX FALLS

supplies

128.74

INGLE, DEB

battery

63.49

KAISER'S WELDING

voag

348.15

Kroeplin, Alana

mileage cte

23.00

MASHEK FOOD CENTER

food

241.52

MIKE TIRES & REPAIR INC.

motor fuel

46.92

MILLER, JACKIE

1-act play costumes

140.15

NORTHWESTERN ENERGY

electricity

3,345.03

OLSON'S PEST CONTROL

pest control

165.00

OLSON, RENAE

mileage reading recovery

23.00

PETTY CASH - POSTAGE

postage

50.19

QUILL CORPORATION

supplies

18.78

QUOIN FINANCIAL BANK

safe deposit box

34.00

SD DEPT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

boiler inspection

180.00

TITAN MACHINERY

parts

11.60

VENTURE COMMUNICATIONS

phones

407.57

WEBB, AMY

tuition reimb

225.00

CAPITAL OUTLAY

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND

varidesk

395.00

PUETZ CORPORATION

construction #7

152,441.14

SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND

DAKOTA LINK ACCESS CENTER/WR

evaluation sped

588.00

HALL OIL AND GAS CO., INC.

motor fuel

12.51

HAND COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

OT/PT

888.62

HIRSCH, KYRA

speech supplies

32.00

SD DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SER.

residential

7,103.45

TRENHAILE, JAY

evaluations

1,401.00

VOUNTEERS OF AMERICA

tuition

1,157.53

FOOD SERVICE

AMERIPRIDE SERVICES, INC.

mop/laundry

214.95

DEAN FOODS NC, INC

food

873.76

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO., INC.

food

275.01

MASHEK FOOD CENTER

food

1,180.97

REINHART FOOD SERVICES

food

4,748.93

SD DEPT OF ED; CHILD/ADULT

food

296.71

GENERAL FUND

 

AMBER WAVES

flowers-counselor

37.27

 

BYTESPEED, LLC

parts/repairs

380.00

 

CITY OF HIGHMORE

water/garbage

611.80

 

DAKOTA SUPPLY GROUP

supplies/repairs

214.08

 

DVL FIRE & SAFETY

fire inspection

1,351.75

 

FOREMAN SALES AND SERVICE

busses

26,448.10

 

HAUFF MID-AMERICA SPORTS

supplies

35.00

 

HIGHMORE HERALD, THE

proceedings/supplies/ads

220.67

 

SD HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY

1-act play medals

12.00

 

CAPITAL OUTLAY

 

CITY OF HIGHMORE

aud rent

2,500.00

 

SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND

 

CHILDREN'S CARE HOSPITAL

tuition-dec.

4,320.00

 

HAND COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

ot/pt

942.46

 

 

    No conflicts disclosures.

    The Board held a building and grounds report/discussion.

    The Board heard a Superintendent’s report including but not limited to monthly review; 1 Act Play – 1st at Regions with 8 acting awards and Superior at State with 11 acting awards; Region Wrestling, FCCLA Week – 1 day will be a career day with local businesses in attendance; Parent Teacher Conference Attendance –JH 78%, HS - 66%; FFA week; School Board Recognition Week Feb 19-23; Legislative Cracker Barrel Feb. 17 at the West Wing of the Aud; Legislation House/Senate Bills Updates.

    The Board heard the K-6 principal’s report including but not limited to Monthly Review; Geography Bee – 10 students qualified in grades 4-8; Jump Rope for Heart with the American Heart Association –Goal was for $1,500 but this goal was met before the program started and the new goal was raised to $3,000 and they are currently at $2,800.  Deadline to donate is February 23; Student Council Souper Bowl Food Drive; Parent Teacher Conference Attendance - 82%

    Assistant Business Manager Farstveet reminded the Board that election petitions are due February 23rd at 5:00 pm—there’s no school that day. Reminders: they must be signed by the circulator and notarized upon completion.

    The Board heard a buildings and grounds report.

    The Board held the First Reading of “Computer Policy and Waiver” form as presented.

    The Board held discussion of the School Lunch Policy.

    Bollweg/Semmler to approve home-school exemption 2017-L school year. The motion passed

    Domke/Haiwick moved to adopt Aug. 22 start date, for the 2018-19 school calendar. The motion passed.

    Stephenson/Semmler moved to accept change order #11 for $706.00 for bathroom access doors. The motion passed.

    The Board held the First Reading to accept the Preschool Eligibility to the Preschool Handbook.

    The Board held discussion on the Gifted and Talented Program.

    Semmler/Knox moved to enter executive session at 8:37 for a student matter SDCL 1-25-2(2). The motion passed. The Board came out of executive session at 8:48 pm.

    Bollweg/Knox moved to enter executive session for the purpose of personnel and staffing SDCL: 1-25-2(1) 9:07 pm. The motion passed. The Board came out of executive session at 9:55 pm. There were no motions at this time.

    Stephenson/Haiwick moved to enter executive session for negotiations SDCL 1-25-2(4) at 8: pm. The Board came out of executive session at 9:55 pm.

    The Board set their next regular meeting for March 12 at 7:00 pm in the business classroom.

             Semmler/Knox moved to adjourn at 9:55 pm. The motion passed.

           

              ______________________________Mark Chilson, Business Manager

 

______________________________Clint Buchholz, Board President


2018 Highmore-Harrold School District
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Highmore, SD 57345
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