MAY 2018 MINUTES

HIGHMORE-HARROLD SCHOOL DISTRICT 34-2

PROCEEDINGS

May 14, 2018

 

            The Highmore-Harrold Board of Education met in regular session on May 14, 2018 in the business classroom at 7:00 pm. Members present: Jennifer Semmler, Jim Stephenson, Paula Haiwick, Clint Buchholz, Rod Domke, Business Manager Mark Chilson, K-12 Principal/Superintendent Quinton Cermak, and K-6 Principal Grant Vander Vorst. Asst. bus, Manager Jennifer Farstveet. Bollweg, Knox were absent. Others present: Riley Aasby, Alana Kroepelin.

    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 Semmler/Haiwick with additions for quit claim deed, Missouri Valley consortium, and executive session.  The motion passed.

    Domke/Stephenson moved to approve the minutes of the April 9 meeting. The motion passed.

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

The motion passed.

           

CASH FLOW STATEMENT

GENERAL

CAPITAL

SPECIAL

IMPACT

FOOD

PENSION

INTERNAL

FUND

OUTLAY

EDUCATION

AID

SERVICE

FUND

FUND

Bal. 04/1/18

$4,685.94

$842,307.31

$118,848.61

$259,701.23

$2,517.88

$207,945.53

$1,783.88

Receipts

$63,145.35

$54,094.87

$111.09

$0.00

$9,280.47

$0.00

$2,375.00

Disbursements

$218,354.79

$279,192.12

$50,272.97

$0.00

$11,739.96

$0.00

$4,426.80

Bal. 4/30/18

$150,985.47

$617,273.06

$70,195.19

$259,701.23

$155.19

$207,945.53

-$267.92

 

    Payroll:  $199,410.65.

    Receipts: Hyde/Sully/Hughes County, taxes $100,517.68; State Aid $7,203.00; Lunches, $4,965.32; Ck. Acct. Interest, $188.31; CD Interest, $6,738.52; Fed Hot Lunch Reimbursement, $4,692.80; Pre-school tuition, $750.00; Hisodak, $170.00; Rentals, $485.00; Dr Ed Fees, $1,500.00; SRSA Grant, $2,084.00; Rentals, $450.00;

 

GENERAL FUND

 

AESOPH, EMMA

supplies

270.00

 

AMERIPRIDE SERVICES, INC.

mop/laundry

305.38

 

BAN-KOE COMPANIES

alarm check

270.00

 

BERGESON, BRITA

nhs medals

170.00

 

BYTESPEED, LLC

J touch screens

41,330.00

 

CENTURY BUSINESS PRODUCTS, INC

copiers

274.93

 

CERMAK, GEORGETTE

supplies

31.93

 

CITY OF HIGHMORE

water/garbage

673.30

 

COLE PAPERS, INC.

supplies

1,200.00

 

D & K OUTPOST

motor fuel

55.12

 

DAKOTA INK & TONER

toner

60.99

 

DAKOTA SUPPLY GROUP

supplies

245.52

 

FARSTVEET, JENNIFER

car wash

12.00

 

GUTTER BROTHERS

new gutters

1,096.50

 

HALL OIL AND GAS CO., INC.

propane

2,967.30

 

HAND COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH

screenings

83.10

 

HAUFF MID-AMERICA SPORTS INC.

1-act play medals

8.68

 

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND

fccla nationals

400.00

 

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND

fees/ supplies/fuel

2,490.04

 

HIGHMORE HERALD, THE

ads/proceedings

554.88

 

HILLYARD FLOOR CARE SUPPLY

supplies

422.70

 

HOMESTEAD BUILDING SUPPLY

supplies

276.77

 

HUGHES ELECTRIC

supt house

1,763.28

 

JOSTENS

grad medals

26.79

 

KALTENBACH, KAYLA

conf reg

190.00

 

KING, KENDALL

supplies

52.69

 

MARSO, BRIAN

tuition reimb.

40.00

 

MENARD'S

supplies

54.99

 

MIKE TIRES & REPAIR INC.

motor fuel. maintenance

133.58

 

MILLER AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT

wr coop expenses

4,611.74

 

NORTHWESTERN ENERGY

electricity

3,280.08

 

OLSON, RENAE

reading recovery

46.00

 

PETTY CASH - POSTAGE

postage

5.79

 

POSITIVE PROMOTIONS

awards

49.93

 

PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION

vo ag

298.62

 

QUILL CORPORATION

supplies

279.93

 

SCHMIDT, JORY

tuition reimb

66.00

 

SD HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY ASSOC.

press fee

31.00

 

SD SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS

registration

150.00

 

SHERATON HOTEL

tie rooms

610.00

 

TEAM LABORATORY SUPPLIES

supplies

454.00

 

VENTURE COMMUNICATIONS

phones

454.44

 

WALMART COMMUNITY/RFCSLLC

testing supplies

193.01

 

CAPITAL OUTLAY

 

CITY OF HIGHMORE

aud rent

2,500.00

 

HYDE CO. TREASURER

house taxes

1,445.43

 

JOHNSON CONTROLS

new boiler app #7

58,641.00

 

PUETZ CORPORATION

construction app #10

90,493.56

 

SCHOOL SPECIALTY SUPPLY INC.

conf table

634.57

 

UPPER DECK ARCHITECTS, INC.

Architect fees

4,959.53

 

SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND

 

CHILDREN'S CARE HOSPITAL

tuition

5,940.00

 

HAND COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

ot/pt

1,154.72

 

HIRSCH, KYRA

supplies

25.95

 

MOSER, SHANNON

sped mileage

329.70

 

RAMADA INN

sped rooms

220.00

 

SD DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES

residential

4,861.96

 

FOOD SERVICE

 

AMERIPRIDE SERVICES, INC.

mop/laundry

76.34

 

DEAN FOODS NC, INC

food

602.85

 

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO., INC.

food

242.08

 

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND

food

5,206.57

 

MASHEK FOOD CENTER

food

992.48

 

REINHART FOOD SERVICES

food

3,830.62

 

SD DEPT OF ED; CHILD/ADULT

food

274.02

 

GENERAL FUND

AMBER WAVES

awards

533.15

BYTESPEED, LLC

repairs

345.00

FOREMAN SALES AND SERVICE

bussing

25,490.11

FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF

national conv.

3,200.00

HAND COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH

nursing serv.

152.35

HILLYARD/SIOUX FALLS

supplies

70.75

INGLE, DEB

supplies

12.99

CAPITAL OUTLAY

M-F ATHLETIC CO. INC.

sports equipment

2,054.30

SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND

HAND COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

pt/ot

1,023.54

 

    There were no conflict of interest resolutions at this time.

    The Board heard a FCCLA report and national conference in Atlanta from Riley Aasby.

    The Board heard a HS principal/superintendent’s report including but not limited to FCCLA-national convention; Semester Test; Region and state Track Meets; JH awards; classified staff certification rules; SD graduation requirement-proposed changes; 2018-19 Supt. evaluation tool; job openings.

    The Board heard the K-6 principal’s report including but not limited to year ending;  Reading Week—Wonder; Box Tops programs; USD Autism Team visit; Elementary Awards May 18, 9:00 am.

    The Board held a discussion and the first reading of the 2018-19 budget.

    Domke/Stephenson moved to approve reimbursement of unused vacation days as per school policy GDBE of $4,500. The motion passed.

    The Board heard a Building and Grounds update and a Gifted and Talented update.

    The Board held the first reading of Policy JGB—Restraint and Seclusion.

    Stephenson/Haiwick moved to cast their vote for Craig Cassens of Faulkton as Board of Directors to the SDHSAA Division #4 Principal Representative and to vote YES on SDHSAA constitutional amendment #1. The motion passed.

    Haiwick/Semmler moved to approve the application for a HS Health class waiver of administrative rules “courses offered before ninth grade for high school credit.” The motion passed.

    Haiwick/Domke moved to approve change orders #16 for gypsum board and wall prep, $1,925.00 and change order #17 for hat rack, gypsum board installation for $9,350.00. The motion passed.

    Haiwick/Semmler moved to approve graduation diplomas for seniors that have met the graduation requirements of the SD Board of Education and the Highmore-Harrold Board of Education; and to declare TI 83 calculator surplus property with no value; and moved to approve the certified, classified contracts for FY 2019. The motion passed

    The Board set their next regular meeting for June 11, 2018 at 7:00 pm in the business classroom.

    Domke/Semmler moved to enter executive session for the purpose of personnel SDCL 1-25-2(1) at 8:28 pm. The motion passed. The board came out of executive session at 8:40 pm.

    Domke/Semmler moved to approve a 3-year contract for the Superintendent/HS Principal and a 2-year contract for the Elementary Principal. The motion passed.

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

 

*All motions are passed unanimously unless otherwise noted.

 

 

_________________________Mark Chilson, Business Manager

 

_________________________Clint Buchholz, Board President


2018 Highmore-Harrold School District
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Highmore, SD 57345
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