MARCH 2018 MINUTES

HIGHMORE-HARROLD SCHOOL DISTRICT 34-2

PROCEEDINGS

March 12, 2018

 

    The Highmore-Harrold Board of Education met in regular session on March 12, 2018 in the business classroom at 7:00 pm. Members present: Clint Buchholz, Jennifer Semmler, Michael Bollweg, Paul Knox, Jim Stephenson and Paula Haiwick. Others present: Superintendent Quinton Cermak, Business Manager Mark Chilson, K-6 Principal Grant Vander Vorst, Asst. Bus. Manager Jennifer Farstveet, Tim Cheever, Michael L. Ring,

    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 Bollweg/Semmler.  The motion passed.

            Domke/Stephenson moved to approve the minutes of the February 12 meeting. The motion passed.

            Financials approved by Semmler/Bollweg. The motion passed.

 

     Payroll: $200,718.10.

    Receipts: Hyde/Hughes/Sully County taxes $206,685.10; State Aid $7,203.00; Admissions, $2,562.00; Lunches, $6,493.55; Ck. Acct. Interest, $309.94; Fed. Hot Lunch Reimbursement, $5,090.16; State Apportionment, $20,617.87; Hisodak, $165.00; Pre-school Tuition, $750.00; CD Interest, $419.40; Title I, $66,913.00, Title II, $16,958.00, IDEA Part B, $55,489.00, IDEA-preschool, $3,891.00; Rentals, $500.00;             EMC dividend, $419.14;

 

GENERAL FUND

AMERIPRIDE SERVICES, INC.

mop/laundry

270.06

BJ'S INSTRUMENTAL REPAIR

repairs

210.00

CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL SUPPLY CO.

supplies

27.90

CENTURY BUSINESS PRODUCTS, INC

copiers

325.17

CITY OF HIGHMORE

water/garbage

553.50

COLE PAPERS, INC.

supplies

1,169.52

D & K OUTPOST

motor fuel

80.93

DIRECT DIGITAL CONTROL LLC

maintenance

200.00

FOREMAN SALES AND SERVICE

busses

22,582.87

HALL OIL AND GAS CO., INC.

motor fuel

3,949.57

HALL OIL AND GAS CO., INC.

propane

3,357.20

HAND COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH

screenings

304.71

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND

Officials:

2,025.58

C. Edson

162.00

K. Kurth

120.00

J. Mikkelson

120.00

M. Clark

146.28

G. Blue

90.00

R. Hageman

126.12

K. Dozark

187.00

B. Beck

168.96

D. Vetch

90.00

M. Ulrich

90.00

HOMESTEAD BUILDING SUPPLY

supplies

123.14

J.W. PEPPER AND SON, INC.

band music

105.00

JAN BUSSE FORD

battery-pickup

208.59

MASHEK FOOD CENTER

food

526.66

MIKE TIRES & REPAIR INC.

motor fuel

74.82

NORTHWESTERN ENERGY

electricity

3,736.68

PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION

vo ag

102.69

QUILL CORPORATION

supplies

151.85

SCHOOL SPECIALTY SUPPLY INC.

supplies

86.13

SHEFFIELD, RYAN

supplies

79.85

VENTURE COMMUNICATIONS

phones

428.30

WALMART COMMUNITY/RFCSLLC

supplies

22.56

CAPITAL OUTLAY

BYTESPEED, LLC

4 touch screens

7,800.00

CITY OF HIGHMORE

aud rent

2,500.00

JOHNSON CONTROLS

boiler

169,406.00

PUETZ CORPORATION

construction #8

286,200.52

UPPER DECK ARCHITECTS, INC.

architectural

4,686.28

UPPER DECK ARCHITECTS, INC.

architect

4,686.23

SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND

ABO SCHOOL DISTRICT

speech therapist

3,307.00

CHILDREN'S CARE HOSPITAL &

tuition

4,860.00

HALL OIL AND GAS CO., INC.

motor fuel

6.45

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND

teachers pay

624.50

SD DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES

residential

5,016.56

SD DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES

residential

2,952.85

VOUNTEERS OF AMERICA - DAKOTAS

tuition

887.53

FOOD SERVICE

AMERIPRIDE SERVICES, INC.

mop/laundry

67.52

DEAN FOODS NC, INC

food

626.94

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO., INC.

food

298.55

MASHEK FOOD CENTER

food

872.61

REINHART FOOD SERVICES

food

3,865.05

SD DEPT OF ED; CHILD/ADULT

food

397.53

GENERAL FUND

 

HIGHMORE HERALD, THE

proceedings

151.81

 

PLAINSMAN

subscription

185.38

 

SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND

 

AUGUSTANA COLLEGE

sped tuition

2,456.65

 

HAND COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

ot/pt

1,078.12

 

 

            There were no conflict disclosures.

    The Board held an Indian Policies and Procedures Forum at this time.

    Knox entered the meeting at this time, 7:06 pm.

    The Board held a discussion on change order #7 (roof renovation of the 1963 building) with Upper Deck Architect Tim Cheever.

    The Board heard the 7-12 Principal/Superintendent’s report including but not limited to the updates; WR per diems; state wrestling; legislative session; Acalympics; monthly review; minimum wage for student workers; long-term sub pay for classifieds.

    The Board heard the K-6 principal’s report including but limited to student council activities; jump rope for heart; teacher of the week; SPED review; state testing—April 9th.

    The Board held a discussion on preliminary budget, fund balances, and negotiations for 2018-19 with Business Manager Chilson

    The Board heard an update on the school election (no election needed).     

    The Board held a discussion of a Gifted and Talented Program.

    The Board held their first reading of Pre-school Handbook: Edited version.

    The Board held their first reading of computer policy and waivers-modified.

    Bollweg/Haiwick moved to approve change order # 12 for $2,256.00, change order #13 for $3,003.00, change order #7 for $87,722.00, change order #10 for $2,856.00. The motion passed.

    The Board heard a discussion on copier leases, upgrades, and costs for a 4-year period.

    Haiwick/Knox moved to surplus elementary lockers for community or state pickup. The motion passed

    The Board set their next regular meeting for at April 9th at 7:00 pm in the business classroom.

     Domke/Semmler moved to adjourn at 8:41 pm. The motion passed.

 

______________________________Mark Chilson, Business Manager

 

______________________________Clint Buchholz, Board President

 

*All motions are unanimous unless otherwise noted.


2018 Highmore-Harrold School District
415 Iowa Ave South, PO Box 416
Highmore, SD 57345
High School (605) 852-2275
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