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					                        INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 16
                               8000 HIGHWAY 65 NE
                             MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55432


                        REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETING
                           Board of Education Building
                               February 13, 2007
                                    7:00 p.m.


                                           AGENDA


A. CALL TO ORDER AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE


B. AGENDA APPROVAL

   1. Motion by          , seconded by               , to approve the agenda as
      presented.

   2. Motion by        , seconded by                 , to approve the agenda with the
      following change(s):

       a.                                             b.



C. COMMUNICATION TO THE BOARD

   Citizen and Employee Representatives

   At this time, any citizen or employee may briefly address the School Board.
   The Board will listen, may ask clarifying questions, and, if desired, refer matters to
   the administration. The Board shall not deliberate or take action regarding requests
   presented at this meeting.

    The School Board may choose to limit each individual or group to five minutes for a
    total of 25 minutes in order to provide an orderly, efficient and fair opportunity for
    those present to be heard.


D. SOME FUTURE EVENTS (Please Check the School District 16 Calendar
   Handbook or the District Web Site at www.springlakeparkschools.org for the
   complete list of monthly events.)


                      High expectations, high achievement for all. No excuses.
   1. February – I Love to Read Month
   2. K-5 Evening Conferences, February 15, 2007
   3. K-5 Daytime Conferences, MS and HS In-service, No School K-12,
      February 16, 2007
   4. Holiday, No School K-12, February 19, 2007
   5. Panther Foundation GrandGala, February 24, 2007, 7:00 p.m., TPC, Blaine
   6. School Board Work Session February 27, 2007, 7:00 p.m., Board of
      Education Building
   7. Minnesota School Boards Association School Board Recognition
      Week, February 26-March 2, 2007


E. CONSENT AGENDA

   Motion by        , seconded by          , to approve the following items of
   the consent agenda:

   1. Minutes of the Regular School Board Meeting of January 9, 2007,
      the School Board Work Session of January 23, 2007, and the School
      Board Work Session of January 29, 2007.                                    E-1

   2. Approval to Pay Bills for January 2007, in the following amounts:          E-2

       General Fund                             $2,113,326.51
       Food Service Fund                            31,379.89
       Pupil Transportation Fund                   348,417.28
       Community Services Fund                      66,508.18
       Capital Outlay Fund                         120,813.00
       Building Construction                     3,934,579.03
       Debt Redemption Fund                          2,985.10
       Trust and Agency                              7,672.36
       TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS                       $6,625,681.35

  3.   Personnel Items                                                           E-3

F. PRESENTATION

   Recognition of Spring Lake Park Mayor Harley Wells’ Service to the
   Spring Lake Park Community
   ▪ Chairperson Jim Amundson and Superintendent Don Helmstetter


G. DISCUSSION, REPORTS, INFORMATION ITEMS

  1.   Business Manager’s Reports
       ▪ Mr. Jim Westrum
          a. Treasurer’s Report for December 2006                                G-1a
          b. Monthly Financial Statement Analysis for December 31, 2006          G-1b


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  2.   Director of Teaching, Learning and Accountability Reports
       ▪ Dr. Jeff Ronneberg
          a. Student Enrollment Reports for February 2007                              G-2a

  3.   Superintendent’s Reports
       ▪ Dr. Don Helmstetter
         a. State of the District
         b. Facilities Improvement Plan Update
         c. Legislative Update
         d. Other


H. ACTION ITEMS

  1.   Resolution Recognizing Outgoing Spring Lake Park Mayor Harley Wells

       Motion by ______, seconded by ______, to approve the following resolution:

       WHEREAS, Mayor Harley Wells has selflessly served the community
       of Spring Lake Park for 26 years, 17 of those years as the city’s Mayor;
       and

       WHEREAS, Mayor Harley Wells has been a long-standing friend and
       supporter of Spring Lake Park School District 16, lending his expertise,
       experience, care, and consideration to numerous volunteer school and
       district committees over the years, most recently the Facilities Utilization
       Task Force which undertook a comprehensive study of the school
       district’s sites and facilities and laid the groundwork for a successful
       bond referendum that will benefit children, families, and the community
       for decades; and

       WHEREAS, Mayor Harley Wells’ leadership and efforts have always
       made a positive difference for the residents of Spring Lake Park, making
       their community a better and safer place in which to live and work, and their
       schools a continuing source of pride.

       NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the School Board of District 16
       Spring Lake Park Schools hereby thanks Mayor Harley Wells for his
       many years of tireless service to all Spring Lake Park residents as well
       as the Spring Lake Park students and extends our wishes to our friend for
       happiness and satisfaction with all of his future endeavors.

  2.   2006-07 Lane Changes for Teachers                                               H-2
       Motion by ______, seconded by ______, to approve the 2006-07
       lane changes for teachers in Attachment H-2 of the Board’s February 13,
       2007, meeting agenda and as contained in the official minutes of that
       meeting.



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3.   2006-07 Seniority Lists for District 16 Employees                                H-3

     Motion by ______, seconded by ______, to approve the 2006-07 District 16
     Seniority Lists for licensed employees as defined in M.S. § 122A.40, and other
     employee groups as provided by their group’s master contracts and as
     presented in Attachment H-3 of the Board’s February 13, 2007, meeting agenda
     and as contained in the official minutes of that meeting.

4.   Acknowledgment of Gifts

     Motion by ______, seconded by ______, to acknowledge the following
     gifts and to extend the District’s thanks and appreciation:

     Description           Donor                Value           Purpose
     1993 Ford         Donald Stradal           $2,000   SLPHS Automotive Class
     1993 Pontiac      Perry Gerding            $1,000   SLPHS Automotive Class
     Grant             916 Ed. Foundation       $ 500    SLPHS Career and Tech. Ed.
                                                          Program
     Grant             916 Ed. Foundation       $ 500    Special Ed. Program
     Cash              Virginia Underdahl       $ 25     WWMS Fund Raiser
     Cash              Jeff Nissen              $ 50     WWMS Fund Raiser
     Cash              Wells Fargo
                         (Richard Dahlen)       $ 70     SLPHS
                         (Jeni Markfort)        $ 37     SLPHS
                         (Sarah McNiff)         $ 70     ECFE
     Total Value of Gifts                       $4,252

5.   Authorization of Issuance of Individual Procurement Card (P-Card)

     Motion by ______, seconded by ______, to authorize the issuance of
     a Procurement Card to the following district staff:

         Steve Price          District Technology Coordinator

6.   Proposed Expulsion of Student A

     Motion by ______, seconded by ______, to approve the following
     resolution:

     WHEREAS, the Student is a full-time student of the School District; and

     WHEREAS, the Student was placed on suspension and proposed for
     expulsion pursuant to the Pupil Fair Dismissal Act, Minnesota Statutes §§
     121A.40-121A.56; and

     WHEREAS, the Student and parent were properly served with written notice
     of the School District’s intent to initiate expulsion proceedings; and

     WHEREAS, pursuant to the Pupil Fair Dismissal Act, said notice contained a
     statement of the facts, witnesses and a description of their testimony,

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described alternative educational services, stated the date, time and place of
hearing, and advised them of their rights, including their right to waive the
hearing in writing if they wished to acquiesce to the expulsion proposed by
the School District; and

WHEREAS, this notice was also accompanied by a copy of the Pupil Fair
Dismissal Act, Minnesota Statutes §§ 121A.40-121A.56; and

WHEREAS, the Student and a parent elected to waive the scheduled
hearing with the understanding that by such waiver, a term of expulsion for
seven (7) to twelve (12) months would be submitted for action to the School
Board of Independent School District No. 16.

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the School Board of Independent
School District No. 16 as follows:

a.   The School Board of Independent School District No. 16 hereby accepts
     the Waiver of Hearing executed by the Student and parent, a copy of
     which is attached hereto as Exhibit A and incorporated herein by
     reference.

b.   Having reviewed the record relating to this matter, the School Board
     hereby finds that the School District has fully complied with the Pupil Fair
     Dismissal Act.

c.   Having reviewed the record relating to this matter, the School Board
     hereby finds that the student engaged in conduct that constituted willful
     violation of reasonable School Board regulations and willful conduct
     which endangered the pupil, other pupils, surrounding persons or the
     property of the school. Due to the nature of the conduct engaged in by
     the Student, a term of suspension and expulsion as proposed by the
     School District is reasonable and appropriate.

d. The School Board of School District No. 16 hereby orders that the
   expulsion of the Student be imposed pursuant to the Pupil Fair Dismissal
   Act, Minnesota Statutes §§ 121A.40-121A.56. Said expulsion shall be
   imposed immediately for up to twelve (12) months and further in
   accordance with the written notice provided to the Student, a copy of
   which is attached hereto as Exhibit B and incorporated herein by
   reference.

e. The Clerk of the School Board is directed to provide written notice of
   expulsion to the Student and parent/guardian in substantially the form as
   provided in attached Exhibit C.

f. It is further ordered that pursuant to a proper request, the School District
   shall provide copies of this resolution. However, any release of said
   resolution shall not include the exhibits or attachments hereto as the
   School Board hereby finds that such materials constitute private data on
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          individuals pursuant to the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act,
          Minnesota Statutes § 13.32, and the Family Educational Privacy Rights
          Act, 20 U.S.C. § 1232g. The Superintendent is specifically directed to
          maintain the private data classification of these materials in accordance
          with all applicable state and federal law, including the provisions of
          Minnesota Statutes Chapter 13 and 20 U.S.C. § 1232g.

7.    Proposed Expulsion of Student B

     Motion by ______, seconded by ______, to approve the following resolution:

     WHEREAS, the Student is a full-time student of the School District; and

     WHEREAS, the Student was placed on suspension and proposed for
     expulsion pursuant to the Pupil Fair Dismissal Act, Minnesota Statutes §§
     121A.40-121A.56; and

     WHEREAS, the Student and parent were properly served with written notice
     of the School District’s intent to initiate expulsion proceedings; and

     WHEREAS, pursuant to the Pupil Fair Dismissal Act, said notice contained a
     statement of the facts, witnesses and a description of their testimony,
     described alternative educational services, stated the date, time and place of
     hearing, and advised them of their rights, including their right to waive the
     hearing in writing if they wished to acquiesce to the expulsion proposed by
     the School District; and

     WHEREAS, this notice was also accompanied by a copy of the Pupil Fair
     Dismissal Act, Minnesota Statutes §§ 121A.40-121A.56; and

     WHEREAS, the Student and a parent elected to waive the scheduled
     hearing with the understanding that by such waiver, a term of expulsion for
     seven (7) to twelve (12) months would be submitted for action to the School
     Board of Independent School District No. 16.

     THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the School Board of Independent
     School District No. 16 as follows:

     a.   The School Board of Independent School District No. 16 hereby accepts
          the Waiver of Hearing executed by the Student and parent, a copy of
          which is attached hereto as Exhibit A and incorporated herein by
          reference.



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        b.   Having reviewed the record relating to this matter, the School Board
             hereby finds that the School District has fully complied with the Pupil Fair
             Dismissal Act.

        c.   Having reviewed the record relating to this matter, the School Board
             hereby finds that the student engaged in conduct that constituted willful
             violation of reasonable School Board regulations and willful conduct
             which endangered the pupil, other pupils, surrounding persons or the
             property of the school. Due to the nature of the conduct engaged in by
             the Student, a term of suspension and expulsion as proposed by the
             School District is reasonable and appropriate.

        d.   The School Board of School District No. 16 hereby orders that the
             expulsion of the Student be imposed pursuant to the Pupil Fair Dismissal
             Act, Minnesota Statutes §§ 121A.40-121A.56. Said expulsion shall be
             imposed immediately for up to twelve (12) months and further in
             accordance with the written notice provided to the Student, a copy of
             which is attached hereto as Exhibit B and incorporated herein by
             reference.

        e.   The Clerk of the School Board is directed to provide written notice of
             expulsion to the Student and parent/guardian in substantially the form as
             provided in attached Exhibit C.

        f.   It is further ordered that pursuant to a proper request, the School District
             shall provide copies of this resolution. However, any release of said
             resolution shall not include the exhibits or attachments hereto as the
             School Board hereby finds that such materials constitute private data on
             individuals pursuant to the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act,
             Minnesota Statutes § 13.32, and the Family Educational Privacy Rights
             Act, 20 U.S.C. § 1232g. The Superintendent is specifically directed to
             maintain the private data classification of these materials in accordance
             with all applicable state and federal law, including the provisions of
             Minnesota Statutes Chapter 13 and 20 U.S.C. § 1232g.


I.   BOARD FORUM AND REPORTS (IF ANY)

     The Board Forum provides individual Board members an opportunity to share
     with the Board items of interest and information.


J. CLOSED SESSION


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  Motion by ______, seconded by ______, to meet in Closed Session to
  discuss proposed student expulsions.

  Motion by ______, seconded by ______, to reconvene the meeting.


K. ADJOURNMENT

  Motion by ______, seconded by ______, to adjourn the meeting.




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                                   ATTACHMENTS

                  Attachment E-1 – School Board Meeting Minutes


                       INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 16
                       REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETING
                              JANUARY 9, 2007


CALL TO ORDER AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Chairperson Amundson called the meeting to order at 7:03 p.m. and led the audience in
the Pledge of Allegiance. The Superintendent and all Board members, except Stroebel
who had a family commitment, were present.

Chairperson Amundson welcomed Zach Kolodjeski, the second trimester student Board
representative. He was encouraged to ask questions and participate in discussions and
reminded that as an ex officio member of the Board, he is not a voting member.


AGENDA APPROVAL

Motion by Brisbin, seconded by Ruch, to approve the agenda with the following changes:

Consent Agenda – Additional personnel items
Addition to Future Events: Panther Foundation Gala, February 24, 2007, 7:00 p.m., TPC,
Blaine

Motion approved with all members present voting yes.


ORGANIZATION OF BOARD

Election of Chairperson – Nominations were called for the position of ISD 16 Board
Chairperson. Motion by Ruch, seconded by Brisbin, to nominate Amundson. Motion by
Delfs to nominate Forsberg. There was no second to the nomination and Delfs withdrew
the motion. No further nominations were made and nominations were declared closed.
A ballot vote was taken and all members present voted for Amundson for School Board
Chairperson for 2007.

Election of Vice-Chairperson – Nominations were called for the position of ISD 16 Board
Vice-Chairperson. Motion by Brisbin, seconded by Delfs, to nominate Forsberg. No
further nominations were made and nominations were declared closed. A ballot vote
was taken and all members present voted for Forsberg for School Board Vice-
Chairperson for 2007.

Election of Clerk – Nominations were called for the position of ISD 16 Board Clerk.
Motion by Forsberg, seconded by Brisbin, to nominate Delfs. No further nominations
were made and nominations were declared closed. A ballot vote was taken and all
members present voted for Delfs for School Board Clerk for 2007.
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Election of Treasurer – Nominations were called for the position of ISD 16 Board
Treasurer. Motion by Amundson, seconded by Ruch, to nominate Vranish. No further
nominations were made and nominations were declared closed. A ballot vote was
taken and all members presented voted for Vranish for School Board Treasurer for
2007.

Board Parliamentarian

Motion by Delfs, seconded by Brisbin, to designate Ruch as the Board Parliamentarian.
Ruch declined. Ruch made a motion to designate Brisbin as the Board Parliamentarian.
Brisbin declined. Motion by Brisbin, seconded by Delfs, to designate John Stroebel as
the Board’s Parliamentarian who shall rule on all parliamentary procedures and
questions.

Motion approved with all members present voting yes.


COMMUNICATION TO THE BOARD – None.


RESPONSE TO PREVIOUS COMMUNICATION TO THE BOARD

At the Regular School Board meeting of December 12, 2006, Mr. Brad Kirchoff, a
resident of District 16, expressed his concerns regarding the consistency of student
discipline.

Dr. Helmstetter reported he followed up on Mr. Kirchoff’s concerns and spoke to him the
day after the Board meeting. Mr. Young, Westwood Middle School, had also spoken to
Mr. Kirchoff. After the administration’s investigation of the original incident, a
consequence was meted out. The child’s mother supports the administration’s decision
and there have been no further incidents.

Mr. Kirchoff was encouraged to become involved with the Parent Advisory Committee
and other school organizations and activities, and to keep the lines of communication
with the middle school staff open.

Dr. Helmstetter said parent concerns and allegations will always be treated seriously
and will be followed up in a timely manner. He said discipline will be consistent.


SOME FUTURE EVENTS

1.   Minnesota School Boards Association Leadership Conference, January 11-12,
     2007, Minneapolis Convention Center
2.   Spring Lake Park High School One-Act Plays (Seniors performance) January 11,
     2007, 7:00 p.m., Fine Arts Center
3.   Opportunities for Emergency Care Spaghetti Dinner, January 12, 2007, 5-8:00 p.m.,
     Spring Lake Park High School Cafeteria
4.   Spring Lake Park High School One-Act Plays, January 12 and 13, 2007, 7:30 p.m.,
     Fine Arts Center
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5.   K-12 Staff In-service, No School K-12, January 15, 2007
6.   Paraprofessional Recognition Week, January 15-19, 2007
7.   School Board Work Session, January 23, 2007, 7:00 p.m., Board of Education
     Building
8.   Panther Foundation GrandGala, February 24, 2007, 7:00 p.m., TPC, Blaine
9.   Association of American School Administrators National Conference on Education,
     March 1-4, 2007, New Orleans, LA


GUESTS

Preview of the 2007 Legislative Session

Chairperson Amundson welcomed Senator Don Betzold and Representatives Tom
Tillberry and Scott Kranz, the legislative representatives for School District 16.

Representative Tillberry reported a flurry of activity at the Capitol—mostly involving the
moving of offices. He extended his appreciation to voters for giving him an opportunity
to represent them. Tillberry will be serving on the E-12 Education Committee, the
Education Finance and Economic Competitiveness Finance Division Committee,
Commerce and Labor and the Taxes Committee. He is a counselor in the Roseville
School District and is a former Fridley School Board member.

Representative Scott Kranz introduced himself as a long-time resident of Blaine and a
Spring Lake Park High School teacher. Kranz will be serving on the Education Finance
and Economic Competitiveness Finance Division Committee, Early Childhood Learning
Finance Division Committee, the Housing Policy and Finance and Public Health Division
Committee, and Public Safety and Civil Justice Committee. As Blaine continues to
grow he said he will do what he can to help it grow safely.

Senator Betzold is Chair of the Finance-State Government Budget Division Committee,
Judiciary and Judiciary Budget Division Committees, and the State and Local
Government Operations and Oversight Committee. Betzold talked about the biennium
budget which will end on June 30, 2009. The State Constitution requires that the
budget be balanced. Governor Pawlenty will make a recommendation in two weeks
and the Legislature will prepare its budget using the February forecast. There is a
projected surplus of about $2 billion, however $1 billion is one-time money for the
current biennium (cannot be used to start new programs or hire teachers). Budget
economists advise a budget reserve of 5% or about $1 billion. He said in 2002 the state
mandated that inflation be included on revenues to make income appear larger, but was
not counted on the expenditure side of the budget. This practice remains in place,
however, he believes at some point the inflation factor must be added back into the
education formula. Betzold said of a $32 billion state budget, about half is spent on K-
12 education.

Dr. Helmstetter thanked Senator Betzold for his comments about the budget and he
asked the legislators to talk about bills they plan to introduce during this session.

Senator Betzold commented about the District’s acquisition of the former
HealthPartners facility which will be used as the District Service Center after the early
childhood program transitions from that space to its permanent location at Woodcrest
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Elementary School. In order to benefit from lease levy funds, a law requires that the
facility be used for student instructional purposes. However, Senator Betzold said if it is
the desire of the district, he is willing to draft a bill to permit the use of lease levy funds
to be used allowing the space to be suitable for the District Service Center. Previous
bills have been written for individual school districts exempting them from the law.

Kranz said his goals are to address the concerns of his constituents including solid
investments such as roads, health care, affordable housing, and schools. He is also
interested in supporting organizations such as Alexandra House and other agencies
which provide services for families.

Tillberry supports education, particularly student support services. He believes in
teaching the whole child. Tillberry said it’s important for legislators to dialog with each
other and to keep the lines of communication open. He is encouraged there will be
more open communication during this session.

Chairperson Amundson asked the legislators to comment on early discussions about
property tax relief.

Senator Betzold said tax relief is a priority for his constituents and both the House and
the Senate are working on bills to address this issue. Betzold said in the past the
legislature has caused property tax increases and now needs to find a way to cap and
lower them. The Senate has studied closing corporate tax loopholes and rearranging
the tax burden. He added, with limited or no property tax relief, it will be extremely
difficult for school districts to pass referendums in the future.

The Board asked the legislators questions:

▪   What is happening with all-day kindergarten?
▪   Does Senator Betzold still support a statewide mandatory health care plan? We
    are all concerned about health care, but the previously proposed mandatory health
    care plan would be expensive to some school districts, including District 16.

Representative Kranz said it appears there may be funding earmarked to accomplish
early childhood education and all-day kindergarten. Kranz said some districts strongly
support the concept of all-day kindergarten and others do not.

Senator Betzold said all-day kindergarten is a good concept, but for some school
districts space is problematic.

Senator Betzold anticipates being asked to sponsor a mandatory health care bill during
the current session. He clarified that the previous bill he proposed related to a
statewide mandatory health care plan offered a variety of plans within a statewide pool
allowing school districts choices. He does not support mandating any particular plan.

Representative Tillberry favors exploring alternative health care plans.

Chairperson Amundson encouraged the legislators to call upon Superintendent
Helmstetter for his perspectives about a statewide health care plan.


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Representative Kranz said the final bill during the 2006 Session was very different from
the original bill that was proposed and he agreed there is a need for more dialog.

Delfs asked that all-day kindergarten or early ed. programs not be based on a fee
program or tax deduction and added that many families who would greatly benefit from
the programs are often those families who can least afford it. She said it’s important for
all students to be school-ready by the time they enter kindergarten.

Dr. Helmstetter said he strongly supports early ed. funding and kindergarten funding
which will help children learn to read so they can read to learn. The district is
anticipating all-day kindergarten in the future and is planning accordingly.

Dr. Helmstetter thanked the representatives for their insight and said he looks forward to
working with them. He said the community supported a $95.9 million bond levy in
February 2006. The district has an operating levy that needs to be renewed in two
years, a levy addressing only the district’s basic needs and not providing discretionary
options. This is because the state has not kept up with even inflationary increases.

Senator Betzold encouraged the public to communicate with legislators while they are in
session and said the legislators will provide the Board with a review of the Session
when it concludes.


CONSENT AGENDA

Motion by Vranish, seconded by Brisbin, to approve the following items of the consent
agenda:

2.   Minutes of the Regular School Board Meeting of December 12, 2006.

3.   Approval to Pay Bills for December 2006, in the following amounts:

        General Fund                              $1,998,117.55
        Food Service Fund                            210,630.94
        Pupil Transportation Fund                    186,302.50
        Community Services Fund                       72,707.92
        Capital Outlay Fund                          182,388.21
        Building Construction                        832,960.12
        Debt Redemption Fund                                -0-
        Trust and Agency                                 913.47
        TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS                        $3,484,020.71

3. Personnel Items

Part-time Teacher Program
Scott Kranz         HS/Social Studies Teacher – 2006-2007 School Year




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Employments

Name                   Location/Pos             Start        Salary        Repl/New
Elisabeth Smith  SH/Special Ed. Para          12-18-06      $ 9,423      Replace/LTS
Timothy Anderson SH/.8 Social Studies         12-20-06      $15,890      Replace/LTS*
Amy Brockman     SH/1.0 Social Studies
                   (Incr. FTE from .8 to 1.0) 01-03-07      $29,689      Replace/LTS*
Apryl Peterson   KH/WC ELL Teacher
                   (Incr. FTE from .5 to 1.0) 01-03-07      $33,643      FTE Increase
Jennifer Meinert ECSE/Teacher                 01-17-07      $10,817**    New
Guy Quick        SH/Head Custodian
                   (Reassignment)             01-08-07      $22,960**    Replace

*Replacing Scott Kranz for remainder of 2007 Legislative Session.
**Prorated

Leaves of Absence
Craig Walker      HS/Social Studies Teacher – Parental Leave of Absence beginning
                  on or about January 8, 2007, and continuing through January 22,
                  2007.

Susan Gerber        MS/FACS Teacher – Full-time Family and Medical Leave of
                    Absence beginning January 3, 2007, and continuing for a maximum
                    of twelve (12) weeks as permitted by FMLA Law.

Sara Quick          OT – Full-time Family and Medical Leave of Absence beginning
                    December 4, 2007, and continuing for a maximum of twelve (12)
                    weeks as permitted by FMLA Law.

David Westerhaus MS/Custodian – Full-time Family and Medical Leave of Absence
                 beginning December 21, 2006, and continuing for a maximum of
                 twelve (12) weeks as permitted by FMLA Law.

Karen Nieken        WWI/Special Ed. Para – Full-time Family and Medical Leave of
                    Absence beginning January 3, 2007, and continuing for a maximum
                    of twelve (12) weeks as permitted by FMLA Law.

Resignations
Doug Stahl          SH/Day Head custodian – Effective January 5, 2007
Barbara Hann        Food Service Supervisor – Effective December 18, 2006

Retirement
Margaret Reed       ECSE – Effective June 8, 2007

Motion approved with all members present voting yes, except Delfs, who abstained.




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DISCUSSION, REPORTS, INFORMATION ITEMS

Final Plan Designs of the New Elementary School, Phase I of Spring Lake Park High
School, and Phase I of Woodcrest Elementary School – Messrs. Paul Aplikowski, Greg
Dehler and Ms. Lynae Schoen, Wold Architects and Engineers, presented final plan
designs for the New Elementary School, Phase I of Spring Lake Park High School and
Phase I of Woodcrest Elementary School. Some highlights of the plans:

High School – Phase I
▪ Remove some of the parking area to accommodate new section (the parking area will
  be reclaimed during Phase II)
▪ New front entrance driveway will run parallel to Highway 65
▪ Visitor bleachers will be moved forward toward the field
▪ Blue Gym will become the new game gym venue with a 50% increase in seating
  capacity (approximately 1,450 seats)
▪ New multi-function room to serve as additional teaching station and wrestling room
▪ Fitness teaching area
▪ New 3-station basketball court gymnasium
▪ Band room, choir room, third music room (for jazz band), and support spaces for
  music
▪ Replacement for Weight Room
▪ Current two-story section of the high school will remain
▪ Materials will match, as closely as possible, the existent materials while still providing
  unique and attractive features

Mr. Chad Rettke, project manager for Kraus-Anderson, reported they are seeking
approval to solicit bids in February. Construction will begin in early April. The overall
goal is to have Phase I completed by December 2007.

Superintendent Helmstetter commented that this phase of the project will cost
approximately $11 million in construction costs. The increased seating capacity at the
high school will allow for commencement exercises, in the event of inclement weather,
to be held inside the new performance gym with overflow seating in the auxiliary gym.

New Elementary School – Ms. Lynae Schoen said collaborative meetings with the
Elementary Design Team have concluded. She provided an overview of the final
design plans. Some highlights of the plans:

▪ Site is located south of the corner of 125th Avenue and Cloud Drive in Blaine,
  adjacent to a city park
▪ Access to the site will be from Cloud Drive
▪ Plenty of visitor and staff parking. The bus corral can be used for parking during
  evening events.
▪ Space for potentially three soccer fields, two baseball/softball fields
▪ One of the features of the school is a competition-size basketball court
▪ Commons/cafeteria space has a great visual connection to playgrounds and fields
▪ Academic area includes classroom clusters, centralized media center, and shared
  resource center
▪ Upper level supports classroom clusters, shared conference areas, and support
  spaces
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▪ Building is primarily brick with many windows and glass features to provide abundant
  natural light. The windows will be energy efficient and should not cause glaring
  indoor brightness.
▪ The new school will be fully completed by the fall 2008
▪ Sections of the school can be easily locked down for safety and security
▪ The district will have a building that will stand the test of time yet have unique design
  features

Mr. Dehler said the new school, with over 700 student capacity, will have 86,000 square
feet and will be the largest elementary school in the district (Park Terrace has 70,000
square feet).

Dr. Helmstetter said construction bids for the New School are anticipated at
approximately $12 million. Bids will be due on April 19 and plans will be available in
March. He reminded the audience the reason the new school is being constructed in
Blaine is because that is the area of the district experiencing the most current and future
growth and it also had the only land size available needed to construct a school.

Woodcrest – Phase I – Package 1 construction bids (approximately $2 million) will
include all of site work, steel, concrete and mechanical equipment purchased.
Modifications will include:

▪ Addition of Early Childhood Family Education, Learn and Play Preschool, and Early
  Childhood Special Education wing
▪ Bus and auto traffic will be separated. Bus drop-off/pick-up area will be moved to
  Baker Street on the east side of the school
▪ Additional kindergarten classrooms
▪ New main entrance and administrative offices will be relocated to the southwest
  corner. Special ed. services moved to current administrative area.
▪ Updated cafeteria/multi-purpose room with greatly expanded window space on the
  Osborne Street side
▪ Expanded kitchen
▪ By the end of this summer goal is to have addition completed, and all site work
  completed
▪ Phase II projects, to be completed in summer 2008, will include improvements to the
  gymnasium and deferred maintenance items such as mechanical and electrical
  projects, windows, asbestos abatement and casework.

The Woodcrest site will be fully complete in the fall 2008.

Project Labor Agreement – Messrs. Gary Benson and Mark Cotten, Kraus-Anderson,
reported on the Project Labor Agreement developed in cooperation with the Minneapolis
Building and Construction Trades Council.           The Agreement was developed in
anticipation of the scope of the construction projects, in consideration of the time and
budget constraints, and to protect the School District from possible strikes or walkouts.
This Agreement still allows all contractors to bid, but contractors bidding on projects will
abide by collective bargaining agreements in place for their trade.

The Agreement will become a part of the bid packages. Building trades will encourage
bids to maximize the number of bids submitted. The bids will be for construction work
only. Local building contractors are eligible to bid on the contracts. The Agreement is
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effective January 9, 2007, through the end of the construction projects, or approximately
three years.

Chairperson Amundson thanked the representatives of Wold and Kraus-Anderson for
their presentations.

Treasurer’s Report for November 2006 – Mr. Jim Westrum, Business Manager, reported
a beginning balance of $52,768,066.07 and an ending balance of $83,010,107.90. The
cash balance in the general fund is the highest it has ever been based on tax
collections. There are adequate cash resources on hand.

Monthly Financial Statement Analysis for November 30, 2006 – Mr. Westrum reported
the fund balance report for the month ended November 30, 2006, reflects the adopted
budget for the 2006-07 school year. The budgets are presently under review and any
proposed adjustments will be presented at the January 2007 Board meeting.

The statement of revenues for the month ended November 30, 2006 indicates that total
district revenues for all funds are at 29.6% of the budget. This is comparable to
previous years which have ranged from 28.0% to 29.6% at this time of year.

The statement of expenditures for the month ended November 30, 2006 indicates that
total district expenditures for all funds are at 28.6% of the budget. This compares with
the prior years which have normally ranged from 29.9% to 32.4%.              The Capital
Expenditures Fund continues to reflect a deficit balance due to the District’s receipt of
financing proceeds for the athletic complex. Other expenses reflect the expenditures
related to the issuance cost of the District’s debt. The expenditures reflect favorably
when compared to previous fiscal years.

The financial activity through November 30, 2006, compares favorably with prior years
financial activity.

Student Enrollment Reports for January 2007 – Dr. Jeff Ronneberg, Assistant
Superintendent, reported consistent growth in the elementary grades with a K-5
enrollment on January 1, 2007 of 1,962. The largest enrollment in grades K-5 was in
grade 1 with 372 students. The enrollment at Westwood Middle school on January 1
was 1,038 and the enrollment for grades 9-12 was 1,308. The Learning Alternatives
Community School had 230 student FTEs. The enrollment for January 1, 2007 shows
an increase from a year ago.

Facilities Improvement Plan Update – Before providing a facilities update, Dr.
Helmstetter reported each Board member received a copy of a letter from Mr. Bill
Verkenness, Co-chair of the Spring Lake Park Lions.             Mr. Verkenness extended his
appreciation to members of the Spring Lake Park High School Leos and their advisor,
Mr. Pete Yelle, for filling 10 shifts, on very short notice, to ring the bells for the Salvation
Army during the holiday season. Dr. Helmstetter thanked Mr. Yelle and members of the
Leos for volunteering their time to serve the community.

Facilities Update:
▪ A special School Board meeting is needed on January 29 or 30 to approve
   construction bids. The bid opening is on January 25.

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▪   At the January 23 School Board Work Session, the Board will hear from architects
    on work that will be done on Park Terrace as well as work that will be done for
    Phase II of the Westwood Intermediate School (deferred maintenance projects).
    The Board will be asked to approve project plans for these two sites at that meeting.
▪   The third bid package for Westwood will be in the fall 2007 which will be for
    Westwood Middle School and the infield space between the Westwood sites to
    create more useable space.
▪   At least ten classrooms will be added at the Westwood site.
▪   Lockers at the middle school will be moved making the entrance more inviting.
▪   A substantial amount of the construction work at Park Terrace will be done in the
    summer 2007. Additional work will be done on the cafeteria and the section
    between the new classrooms. Renovations and deferred maintenance will be
    completed in the summer 2008.

Legislative Issues – Dr. Helmstetter said he looks forward to working with legislators
during this session and he commented on the importance of understanding that a state
budget surplus does not mean dollars will flow rapidly or freely as some may believe.

Although he supports health care changes and having all children insured, the
previously discussed proposal for a mandatory health care plan for school districts
would negatively impact District 16. Dr. Helmstetter said he welcomes a dialog with
legislators on this issue.

Framework for the Future – Dr. Helmstetter said he will give a report on the State of the
District at the February 13, 2007, School Board Meeting. He said it’s important to share
with the public the status of our facilities improvement plan and equally important to
share with the public our Framework for the Future and how the district plans to improve
student achievement.

Spring Lake Park Teachers United is soliciting nominations for Teacher of the Year.
This year the nomination process is open to the entire community. Additional
nominating information and the nomination form is available on the district’s web site
(www.sprinnglakeparkschools.org).


ACTION ITEMS

Approval of the Final Building Plan Designs of the New Elementary School, Phase I of
Spring Lake Park High School, and Phase I of Woodcrest Elementary School

Motion by Ruch, seconded by Brisbin, to approve the final building plan designs of the
New Elementary School, Phase I of Spring Lake Park High School, and Phase I of
Woodcrest Elementary School as presented by Wold Architects and Engineers.

Motion approved with all members present voting yes.

Facilities Improvement Plan Project Labor Agreement

Motion by Delfs, seconded by Vranish, to approve the Project Labor Agreement
developed by Mr. Gary Benson, Kraus-Anderson Construction, in cooperation with the
Minneapolis Building and Construction Trades Council, to ensure an adequate supply of
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labor and to protect the District against possible strikes or walkouts during the
construction of all District 16 facilities.

Motion approved with all members present voting yes.


BOARD FORUM AND REPORTS

Zach reported the Student Council is planning Snow Days the last week in January. The
Council is considering including a dance. Zach is a junior and the Public Relations
Manager for the Student Council. He participated in the SLPHS fall musical, “It’s a
Wonderful Life” and will be in the One-Act play, “For Tiger Lilies Out of Season,” which is
being presented this weekend. Zach has attended District 16 Schools since elementary
school.

Vranish attended a high school PAC meeting and reported parents were very happy to
learn the expanded gymnasium will have sufficient seating capacity for commencement in
the event of inclement weather. New families coming to the district will be provided with a
parent handbook developed by parents.

Ruch announced there will be a Westwood Intermediate PTO meeting on January 10.
There will be a 4th and 5th grade lock in on January 19 and parent volunteers are needed
from 6-9:00 p.m. for the event.

Forsberg reported she attended a 916 Board meeting where the Board approved the
budget and authorized the district to proceed with a Review and Comment for the South
Campus renovation. An interim principal has been hired for Valley Crossing Community
School. She has also attended several Panther Foundation membership meetings as
well as a Park Terrace PTA meeting where the group made a decision to have a carnival.
She attended a meeting with legislators hosted by the Association of Metropolitan School
Districts. Senator Pogemiller attended the meeting. Forsberg will run for re-election to the
Minnesota School Boards Association State Board and asked her Board colleagues for
their support. Voting will take place at the Minnesota School Boards Association Annual
Leadership Conference January 11-12, 2007. Governor Pawlenty will be speaking at the
conference on Friday morning.


ADJOURNMENT

Motion by Ruch, seconded by Brisbin, to adjourn the meeting at 9:48 p.m.
Motion approved with all members present voting yes.




Date                                      Kelly Delfs, Clerk
                                          Independent School District 16



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                       INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 16
                         SCHOOL BOARD WORK SESSION
                              JANUARY 23, 2007


CALL TO ORDER

Chairperson Amundson called the meeting to order 7:05 at p.m. The Superintendent and
all School Board members were present.


AGENDA APPROVAL

Motion by Vranish, seconded by Brisbin, to approve the agenda with the following
additions:

Action Items:
   - Personnel Items
   - Approval of Pay Implementation Report

Motion approved unanimously.


DISCUSSION, REPORTS AND INFORMATION ITEMS

Facilities Improvement Plan Update – Mr. Greg Dehler, Wold Architects and Engineers,
provided the Board with an update on future construction at Park Terrace Elementary
School and the Westwood complex. Other representatives from Wold and Kraus-
Anderson were also present. Mr. Dehler reported he recently met with the Spring Lake
Park City Planning Commission and he informed the Board the Spring Lake Park City
Council will be asked to approve a special use building permit at its meeting on
February 5, 2007.

Mr. Dehler provided an overview of proposed floor plans and elevation plans for the
Park Terrace and Westwood sites. Some of the changes that will be made:

Park Terrace – Phase I
▪ Expansion of the parking lot creating a separation of bus and auto traffic
▪ Addition of a public vestibule at the entrance. The remodeled entrance will have one
  set of doors.
▪ Addition of vestibules with airlock entries near the kitchen and boiler room areas
▪ Expansion of kitchen receiving area
▪ Expansion of gymnasium area
▪ Parking lot drainage issues will be addressed (summer 2007)
▪ Modifications will be made to the administrative area
▪ Construction to add additional classrooms
▪ Card key access may be used at front entrance and receiving area
▪ Lockers will be incorporated into classrooms
▪ Stage in gymnasium will be removed to provide additional cafeteria seating


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▪ Windows will be added in the cafeteria to provide natural light. The cafeteria will
  become a multi-purpose space. Circular and rectangular tables with chairs will
  replace the current seating. This new type of seating will be used in all schools in the
  district.
▪ 20’ wide hallways on the west wide of the building will allow for teaching stations such
  as pull-outs, Title 1, etc.
▪ Natural light from skylights in the widened hallway will flow into the classrooms which
  will have windows facing the hallway
▪ New regular ed. classrooms on the west side of building will each be approximately
  900-950 square feet
▪ Addition of music and art rooms near the new kindergarten classrooms (Phase II)
▪ Complete roof replacement by the end of construction projects (Phase II)

Westwood Complex
▪ Primarily two bid packages: deferred maintenance and in-fill (2008)
▪ Auto drop off will be separate from the bus drop off. Driving lanes will be widened to
  provide for two-way traffic. The new configuration will provide greater safety. Other
  options for more efficient traffic flow are being reviewed. (2008)
▪ New service entrance for the kitchen (2008)
▪ Existent cafeteria will be converted into classroom space
▪ Installation of larger louvers will provide more fresh air
▪ Roof will be replaced in its entirety

Westwood Intermediate
▪ The media center will be expanded
▪ A service corridor will be incorporated between the two gyms
▪ All windows will be replaced
▪ Deferred maintenance items will include new air handling systems in classrooms,
  new finishes on floors, abate asbestos floor tile and replace with carpeting,
  modifications to casework, fully handicap accessible bathrooms, upgraded plumbing,
  upgraded finishes and lighting, replace boiler room systems and chillers (summer
  2007)

Westwood Middle School
▪ Deferred maintenance (summer 2008). The middle school will have refurbished
  mechanical systems, new carpet in classrooms, asbestos abatement, program
  incorporated to clean duct work, plumbing and piping replacement, new air handling
  systems, incorporate color same color palate in all schools.

Westwood Intermediate and Westwood Middle Schools will share the same entrance
area, but each will have separate and distinct reception and office areas.

New windows and glass features throughout the district will be energy efficient, provide
abundant natural light, and will be sufficiently tinted to reduce the glare inside the
buildings. The cost for construction at Park Terrace will be $6.8 million and Phase I
construction of the Westwood site will be $9.8 million.

Dr. Helmstetter assured the Board that safety and security in District 16 Schools is a
priority even though it may not be discussed in great detail during facilities presentations
and updates. One of many new safety features may be the installation of exit only
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doors and classroom doors that are lockable from the inside.              Changes and
improvements to the schools will be, to the greatest extent possible, universal, e.g., if
one site uses a key card lock system, all sites will use the same system.

To the greatest extent possible, student lockers throughout the district will be sold as
salvage.

The School Board will meet on Monday, January 29, to approve a bid for Phase I of the
renovation of the District Service Center and Phase I, Package 2, of Woodcrest
Elementary School.


ACTION ITEMS

Approval of the Final Building Plan Designs of Park Terrace Elementary School, Phase II
and the Westwood Complex, Phase II

Motion by Delfs, seconded by Forsberg, to approve the final building plan designs of Park
Terrace Elementary School, Phase II, and the Westwood Complex, Phase II.

Motion approved unanimously.

Personnel Items

Motion by Stroebel, seconded by Brisbin, to approve the following personnel items:

Employments

Name                   Loc/Position             Start      Salary   New/Replace
Isabella Druk       MS/Special Ed. Para       1-29-07     $7,089*     Replace

*Prorated

Leaves of Absence
Sada Ganske       ALC/Teacher – Full-time Family and Medical Leave of Absence
                  beginning on or about May 8, 2007, and continuing for a maximum
                  of twelve (12) weeks as permitted by FMLA Law.

Colleen Pederson    WWI/Music Teacher – Full-time Family and Medical Leave of
                    Absence beginning on or about April 8, 2007, and continuing for a
                    maximum of twelve (12) weeks as permitted by FMLA Law.
JoLynne Norton      WC/Kindergarten Teacher – Full-time Family and Medical Leave of
                    Absence beginning January 9, 2007, and continuing for a maximum
                    of twelve (12) weeks as permitted by FMLA Law.

Teresa Workman      PT/Grade 3 Teacher – Family and Medical Leave of Absence
                    beginning March 19, 2007, and continuing for a maximum of twelve
                    (12) weeks as permitted by FMLA Law.



                                        3
Matthew Meier      SH/Social Studies Teacher – Full-time Parental Leave of Absence
                   beginning on or about February 28, 2007, and continuing through
                   March 7, 2007.


Retirement
Mary Lueck         MS/Media Para – Effective June 7, 2007

Motion approved unanimously.

Pay Equity Implementation Report

Motion by Vranish, seconded by Ruch, to approve the Pay Equity Implementation
Report for the calendar year ended December 31, 2006, and to direct the administration
to submit the report to the Department of Employee Relations.

Motion approved unanimously.


ADJOURNMENT

Motion by Ruch, seconded by Brisbin, to adjourn the meeting at 8:30 p.m.

Motion approved unanimously.



Date                                      Kelly Delfs, Clerk
                                          Independent School District 16




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                       INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 16
                         SCHOOL BOARD WORK SESSION
                              JANUARY 29, 2007


CALL TO ORDER

Chairperson Amundson called the meeting to order 5:38 at p.m. The Superintendent and
all School Board members except Forsberg and Brisbin, were present.


AGENDA APPROVAL

Motion by Vranish, seconded by Stroebel, to approve the agenda as presented.

Motion approved with all members present voting yes.


DISCUSSION, REPORTS AND INFORMATION ITEMS

Facilities Improvement Plan Update – Dr. Helmstetter handed out copies of the district
project schedule which includes design, construction, and bid date information.

Mr. Greg Dehler, Wold Architects and Engineers, reviewed Phase 1, Package 1 of the
Woodcrest Elementary School final building plan design which includes:

▪   Site work
▪   Parking lot
▪   Landscaping
▪   Structural steel
▪   Mechanical equipment
▪   Air handling equipment

Phase 1, Package 2 of Woodcrest includes:
▪ Interior finishes to classrooms
▪ Carpeting
▪ Flooring
▪ Sprinkler systems
▪ Mechanical equipment
▪ Plumbing

Deferred maintenance items includes:
▪ Replacement of window system
▪ Replacement of boiler system
▪ Improve air quality
▪ HVAC systems
▪ New ceiling systems
▪ New roof on addition
▪ Tuckpointing


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ACTION ITEMS

Approval of Bid Award for Phase I of the Renovation of the District Service Center

Motion by Stroebel, seconded by Ruch, to award the bid for Phase I of the renovation of
the District Service Center to:

Contractor                             Bid Division              Base Bid Amount
CM Construction                     General Construction            $267,400
Burnsville, MN

McDowall Company                    Mechanical                       $249,970
St. Cloud, MN

Electric Resource Contractors       Electrical                       $ 81,900

TOTAL                                                                $599,270

Motion approved with all members present voting yes.

Approval of Phase I, Package 2, of the Final Building Plan Design for Woodcrest
Elementary School

Motion by Stroebel, seconded by Delfs, to approve Phase I, Package 2, of the final
building plan design for Woodcrest Elementary School.

Motion approved with all members present voting yes.


ADJOURNMENT

Motion by Ruch, seconded by Vranish, to adjourn the meeting at 5:52 p.m.

Motion approved with all members present voting yes.




Date                                         Kelly Delfs, Clerk
                                             Independent School District 16




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Attachment E-2 – Payment of Bills for January 2007




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                          Attachment E-3 - Personnel Items




Administrative Offices   8000 Highway 65 NE     Spring Lake Park    Minnesota 55432


DATE:         JANUARY 30, 2007
TO:           SUPERINTENDENT
FROM:         STACEY SOVINE
              SHANNON BLAIR-OLSEN
RE:           PERSONNEL AGENDA ITEMS FOR THE FEBRUARY 13, 2007
              SCHOOL BOARD MEETING.

I. EMPLOYMENTS

NAME                LOC/POSITION              START     SALARY        REPLACE/NEW
Kathryn Wilkin      SH EBD Teacher            1/26/07   $15,460*      New


*Pro-rated
II. LEAVES OF ABSENCE
Jean Waldvogel      PT Media Para – Requests a full-time Family and Medical Leave of
                    Absence beginning February 6, 2007 and continuing for a
                    maximum of twelve (12) weeks as permitted by FMLA law.

Shauna Heggem       MS English Teacher –Requests a full-time Family and Medical
                    Leave of Absence beginning May 15, 2007 and continuing for a
                    maximum of twelve (12) weeks as permitted by FMLA law.

Veronica Bong       MS Media Tech Teacher – Requests a full-time Family and Medical
                    Leave of Absence beginning March 20, 2007 and continuing for a
                    maximum of twelve (12) weeks as permitted by FMLA law.

Theresa LeCuyer     SH Special Ed Para – Requests a full-time Family and Medical
                    Leave of Absence beginning December 1, 2006 and continuing for
                    a maximum of twelve (12) weeks as permitted by FMLA law.


II. RESIGNATIONS / TERMINATIONS
Barbara Lider – Speech-Lang. Pathologist. Resignation for retirement effective 6/8/07.
Janet Cook      SH Tech Support- Resignation for retirement effective 6/8/07.
Scot Rollie     DO Maintenance Specialist – Resignation effective 01/25/2007.
Attachment G-1a – Treasurer’s Report
              Attachment G-1b - Monthly Financial Statement Analysis




Administrative Offices 8000 Highway 65 NE Spring Lake Park Minnesota 55432

DATE:     December 31, 2006

TO:       James Westrum

FROM:     Jill Schwint

RE:       Monthly Financial Statement Analysis – December 31, 2006

Fund balance report for the month ended December 31, 2006 – Exhibit I

The fund balance report for the month ended December 31, 2006 reflects the adopted
budget for the 2006-07 school year. The budgets are presently under review and any
proposed adjustments will be presented at a later Board meeting.

Statement of revenues for the month ended December 31, 2006 – Exhibit II

The statement of revenues for the month ended December 31, 2006 indicates that total
district revenues for all funds are at 37.3% of the budget This is comparable to previous
years which have ranged from 37.3% to 37.4% at this time of year The revenues reflect
favorably when compared to previous fiscal years.

Statement of expenditures for the month ended December 31, 2006 – Exhibit III

The statement of expenditures for the month ended December 31, 2006 indicates that
total district expenditures for all funds are at 36.3% of the budget. This compares with
the prior years which have normally ranged from 38.0% to 39.1%. The Debt Service
Fund’s expenditures will be reflected in the January, 2007 report. The expenditures
reflect favorably when compared to previous fiscal years.

Summary

The financial activity through December 31, 2006 compares favorably with prior years
financial activity.
Attachment G-2a - Student Enrollment Reports
               Attachment H-2 – Teacher Lane Changes for 2006-07




Administrative Offices 8000 Highway 65 NE Spring Lake Park Minnesota 55432




TO:         SUPERINTENDENT

FROM:       STACEY SOVINE
            HR COORDINATOR FOR
            STAFFING AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

RE:         2006-2007 LANE CHANGES FOR TEACHERS


Attached you will find a list of teachers who have met the District 16
Master Contract requirements for a 2006-2007 lane change.

The total cost to the school district for lane changes for the 2006-07 school
year is $106,083.
                LANE CHANGES
                     2006-2007


EMP#            NAME                OLD S/L     NEW S/L
2927   Anne Alto                 MA15/10      MA30/10
2986   Scott Anderson            MA15/9       MA45/9
2166   Chris Assimacopoulos      MA30/13      MA60/13
0973   Mary Barnette             MA/18        MA15/18
1547   Amy Bjurlin               BA45/15      BA60/15
3277   Jennifer Bobbe            MA15/7       MA30/7
3646   Matthew Bowen             BA30/3       MA/3
1956   Susan Byl                 MA15/12      MA30/12
2340   Jennifer Carlson          BA15/13      BA30/13
3496   Julia Comer*              BA/3         MA/3
2925   Douglas Cox               BA30/7       MA/7
0715   Pamela Dugas              BA30/20      BA45/20
3365   Colleen Engstrom          BA30/8       BA60/8
2907   Julie Fahey               MA15/10      MA30/10
3266   Brian Fredine             MA15/7       MA30/7
3760   Kathleen Greene           BA / 1       BA45 / 1
3451   Daniel Gregory            BA / 4       BA15/4
2528   Cheryl Gustafson          BA45/9       MA/9
3615   Jackie Hall               BA/2         BA15/2
3762   Karen Harrison            BA15/7       BA30/7
1726   Audrey Hendrickson        BA15/14      BA30/14
3637   Michelle Hendrickson      BA45/7       MA / 7
3508   Stacy Hinkle              MA15/3       MA30/3
0331   Theresa Holland           MA/18        MA15/18
594    Rebecca Janssen           MA/20        MA15/20
1141   Lollie Jensen             MA/20        MA30/20
0524   Colleen Katterheinrich    MA30/20      MA45/20
3593   Katie Keenan              BA15/3       BA30/3
3473   Christian Kline           BA3          BA15/3
0272   Jean Knoppel              MA15/208     MA30/20
3374   Heather Krier             MA15/4       MA30/4
1038   Kathy Krull               MA30/20      MA45/20
       EMP#              NAME              OLD S/L          NEW S/L
       3667     Diane Lindo             BA/3              BA30 /3
       3656     Becca Loerch            BA30/3            BA45/3
       3493     Kris McCarthy           MA15/3            MA45/3
       0684     Lori McNulty            MA/15             MA15/15
       2990     Oliver Major            BA15/7            BA30/7
       3645     April Mead              BA/6              BA15/6
       *3742    Acacia Mekosch          BA/30/2           MA/2
       0359     Barb Mewaldt            MA45/20           MA60/20
       0012     Mary Mohr-Scinocca      MA45/20           MA60/20
       3401     Alison Nick             BA/4              BA30/4
       3501     Dena Norman             BA/3              BA15/3
       3511     Christine Noyes         BA/6              BA15/6
       2157     Cami Oakes              MA15/10           MA30/10
       2971     Alyssa Olson            MA15/7            MA30/7
       3167     Colleen Pederson        MA30/6            MA60/6
       3518     Melissa Peterson        BA/3              BA15/3
       3174     Kristine Powell         BA/7              BA15/7
       2722     Trent Snyder            MA/8              MA15/8
       1419     Jim Stern               MA45/20           MA60/20
       3395     Denise Thoma*           BA45/10           MA / 10
       3554     Mary Jo Tichich         BA15/3            BA30/3
       1518     Mark Wallinga           MA30/15           MA45/15
       1564     Krista Wallinga         BA15/12           BA30/12
       3505     Kelly Wenzel            BA/6              BA15/6
       3381     Scott Wicklund          BA/4              BA15/4




The deadline for submitting all grade reports and transcripts for lane
change purposes is Jan. 15, 2007 for a Feb., 2007 lane change.


*Needs Official Transcript to complete move to Masters.
                   Attachment H-3 – Seniority Lists for 2006-07




Administrative Offices 8000 Highway 65 NE Spring Lake Park Minnesota 55432



TO:         DON HELMSTETTER, SUPERINTENDENT

FROM:       STACEY SOVINE
            HUMAN RESOURCES COORDINATOR
            STAFFING & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

DATE:       FEBRUARY 13, 2007

RE:         PROPOSED SENIORITY LISTS



Attached please find the proposed 2006-2007 Seniority Lists for licensed
employees as defined in M.S. 122A.40, and for all classified groups as provided in
their group’s master contract.

These lists have been posted for review by all involved employees. Employees
have been given sufficient time to notify Personnel of any corrections or changes
in accordance with appropriate legal and contractual requirements.

We submit these lists for approval by the School Board.
BOARD APPROVED:




                           PLEASE POST

                            2006-2007


                  INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 16




                          SENIORITY LIST

                               FOR


                      CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES




                            CLERICAL

                           CUSTODIANS

                          FOOD SERVICE

                       PARAPROFESSIONALS
                            2006-2007
                          SENIORITY LIST
                     FOOD SERVICE EMPLOYEES
                             (COOKS)



NAME     FIRST                *HIRE DATE                 SENIOR DT

Hawley Cathy                     9-24-84                 9-24-1984
Jacobson, Randi                  4-30-88                 9-01-1993
Herbst Joyce                     9-13-82                 9-01-1994
Rychly Ann                       9-10-85                 11-29-1994
Hoeben Darlene                   9-06-83                 7-01-1995
Connolly, Janette                8-25-97                 8-25-1997
Johnson, Bonnie                  10-06-97                10-6-1997
Washenberger, Ann                8-26-99                 8-26-1999
Vorlicky, Susan                  2-15-01                 2-15-2001
Dahnke , Chris                   9-21-99                 8-01-2004


*The hire date is their longevity date in the district. The seniority date is
date of entry in the Cooks’ Unit.
                   2006-2007
                 SENIORITY LIST
        FOOD SERVICE PERSONNEL
                    (Part-Time)



EMPLOYEE                          SENIORITY
                                    DATE
Skalicky, Carol                   08-27-68
Bradley, Virginia                 11-06-78
Burns, Kathleen                   09-03-91
Mecl, Colleen                     09-20-93
Snell, Ginny                      01-17-95
Mekoli, Jan                       09-24-96
Jones, Delores                    08-24-98
Sorenson, Carol                   09-09-98
Juricko, Lois                     09-05-00
Djihic, Fatima                    09-28-00
Petrie, Elsie                     08-29-01
Phelps, Sherrie                   08-29-01
Herreid, Christy                  09-02-03
Schlechter, Patti                 09-02-03
Pham, Uyen                        02-23-04
Kohlbeck, Deb                     03-29-04
Ott, Caridad                      08-30-04
Mack-Graves, Elizabeth            09-01-04
Loegering, Sandy                  08-30-05
Nash, Linda                       02-23-06
Cole, Ruth                        09-05-06
Eickstadt, Bonnie                 09-05-06
Godeen, Karen                     09-19-06
Buckmaster, Jocelyn               10-04-06
Lawson, Marie                     11-15-06
                                SENIORITY LIST
                                CLERICAL STAFF
                                   2005-2006


         NAME                            OCCUPATION                    DATE
 Lieser, Judy            Administrative Asst. Secondary Principal    12-21-81
 Gram, Laurie             Duplication Technician                     12-28-81
 Heieren, Mary           Administrative Asst. Elementary Principal   12-15-82
 Camp, Barbara           Administrative Asst. Secondary Principal    12-08-88
 Thompson, Shirlee       Program Secretary Special Education         02-20-89*
 McComb, Marna           Program Secretary Community Services        07-30-93
 Nixon, Mary             Program Secretary Food Service              06-22-94
 Novak, Kathy            Office Assistant                            07-01-95
 Sinko, Martha           Administrative Asst. Elementary Principal   03-01-96*
 Morin, Rolla            Program Secretary Counseling Office         11-27-97*
 Frischmon, Kathy        Office Assistant                            08-10-98
 Peterson, Louise        Receptionist/Curriculum Secretary           10-05-98
 Johnson,Noreen          Program Secretary Athletic/Activity         07-01-99*
 Lattery, JoAnn          HS Data Tech/Admin. Clerical                08-11-99
 Augustoviz, Martha      Office Assistant                            07-01-00
 Norman, Maria           Program Secretary – LA                      08-06-01
 Gerding, Kandace        Accounting Technician                       08-28-01*
 Kaiser, Tammy           MARRS Coordinator                           02-14-03
 Alexander, Brenda       Administrative Asst. Elem. Principal        03-18-03
 Pearson, Angell         Program Secretary Gifted Program            09-02-04
 Pfeiffer, Rita           Front Desk DO Clerical                     07-18-05
 Johnson, Michelle       Administrative Asst. Elementary Principal   02-13-06
 Buzzelli, Connie         Transportation Clerical                    06-12-06
 Widmer, Cindy           Office Assistant                            10-23-06


*Seniority date = 1/2 of years of service in Para Unit
                             SENIORITY LIST
                            CUSTODIAN UNIT
                                2005-06


              NAME   SENIORITY                NAME          SENIORITY
                         DATE                                  DATE
Parkin, Duane        04-13-77         Green, Steve         11-13-00
Johnston, Charles    05-18-81         Weyers, Patrick      02-12-01
Johnson, Wayne       05-04-83         George, Charles      04-16-02
Birkholz, Charles    06-01-84         Haluptzok, Joy       10-10-02
Beidleman, Dale      12-27-84         Westerhaus, David    10-21-02
Beilke, Richard      02-11-86         Jarosch, Richard     11-15-04
Blake, Phil          03-15-89         Hobot, Robert        11-22-04
Quick, Daniel        10-03-90         Stall, Emily         11-29-04
Quick, Guy           08-08-94         Lusian, Matt         12-13-04
Paulson, Jeff        09-13-94         Alberg, Ben          01-18-05
Hanson, Larry        01-10-95         Marquardt, Douglas   01-18-05
Bryan, Marc          04-10-96         Pudlick, Jacob       03-07-05
Miller, Guy          09-29-97         Leonhardt, Roger     07-11-05
Kruchten, Steve      05-11-00         Markey, David        08-04-05
                                      Staneck, Charles     08-22-05
                                      Slowey, Michael      01-04-06
                                      Brama, Steve         04-30-06
                          SENIORITY LIST
                        PARAPROFESSIONALS
                            2006-2007


NAME                  SEN DT      NAME                   SEN DT
Dee, Cheryl           09-19-77    Delperdang, Kathleen   04-07-99
Hensel, Carol         09-04-79    Leonhardt, Kolette     08-24-99
Courneya, Sharon      09-10-79    Rien, Kathleen         09-07-99
Paulson, Lynne        10-01-80    Gustafson, Melissa     09-07-99
Lueck, Mary           09-02-82    Janowiec, Sandra       09-07-99
Dahlen, Linda         10-22-84    Kendzoraforman, Kar    09-07-99
Severtson, Jennifer   10-30-84    Isakson, Tracy         08-28-00
Timlin, Marsha        08-20-85    Albright, Penny        09-05-00
Stoner, Helen         09-10-85    Britz, Vicki           09-05-00
Sanders, Wendy        08-28-86    Nordby, Debra          09-05-00
Thayer, Kathy         09-06-88    Kennedy, Linda         09-11-00
Nieken, Karen         10-05-89
                                  Martin, Mary           09-23-00
Schleisman, Rebca     09-03-91
                                  Holmquist, Denise      01-04-01
Benson, Nancy         09-08-92
                                  Folta, Sandra          01-08-01
Rooker, Diane         09-07-93
                                  Carter, Jamie          03-08-01
Coyne, Judy           04-13-94
                                  Toso, Candace          08-27-01
Jones, Sherril        08-29-94
                                  Dougherty, Donna       09-12-01
Korman, Pam           09-07-94
                                  Dorsey, Elizabeth      11-01-01
Hines, Judy           09-11-94
                                  Henke, Pat             02-04-02
Brostrom, Carol       10-10-94
                                  Schnagl, Tracy         05-01-02
McGrath, Maria        10-09-95
                                  Corbett, Rosemary      08-26-02
Hardel, Patricia      11-29-95
                                  Johnson, Mary Joy      08-26-02
DelMonico, Linda      02-27-96
                                  Stifter, Karen         11-04-02
Wetterland, Judy      12-01-96
                                  Weitz, Theresa         03-18-03
Benson, Susan         02-03-97
                                  Mikel, Julie           08-25-03
Jones, Cindy          10-06-97
                                  Sailor, Bridget        09-29-03
Loesch, LeeAnn        09-08-98
                                  Moncrief, Paula        11-06-03
Schenkel, Laura       09-08-98
                                  Workman, Melinda       01-05-04
Lanoue, Paula         02-01-99
                                  Acker, Sue             01-12-04
Mosiman, Andrea       02-01-99
                                  Shallbetter, Laura     03-17-04
Waldvogel, Jean       03-01-99
NAME                     SEN DT
Buggs, Kimberly          08-30-04
Johnson, Amy             08-30-04
Rasko, Spencer           08-30-04
Smith, Deborah           08-30-04
Saffert, Colleen         09-07-04
Fellenz, Shan            09-07-04
Bergman, Anna            10-04-04
Markie, Tabitha          12-20-04
Scalzo, Carly            08-29-05
LeCuyer, Theresa         08-29-05
Sandell, Paul            09-06-05
Super, Jodi              09-06-05
Brahs, Laurie            10-12-05
Marcouiller, Kathleen    10-31-05
McNamara, Mary           10-31-05
Larson, Curtis           01-12-06
Lizakowski, Liz          03-20-06
Polucha, Todd            03-31-06
Anderson-Offerdahl, J.   08-28-06
Dejong, Jane             08-28-06
Pfeifer, Angela          09-01-06
Kulenkamp, Ryan          09-05-06
Urbanski, Raelynn        09-05-06
Walsh, Amy               09-08-06
Hanson, Joan             09-28-06
Boettcher, Melissa       10-02-06
Lewandowski, Sylvia      10-02-06
Olson, Kristen           10-02-06
Eakins, Amanda           10-23-06
Majewski, Debora         12-07-06
BOARD APPROVED:




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                                                    2006-2007

                                   INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 16

                                                SENIORITY LIST
                                                  FOR
                                       LICENSED EMPLOYEES HAVING

                                          CONTINUING CONTRACTS


                                          (As Defined in M.S. 125.03)


        The following seniority list of District 16 certified employees has been accepted
         by both the District #16 School Board and certified employees of the District.


                           Seniority List (A) With Specific Licensure Required

                           Seniority List (B) With Specific Licensure Not Required




                                                                                            0
*Adjusted according to Art. 12.04(D) of the Teachers’ Agreement.
                                                INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 16
                                                        SENIORITY LIST A
                                        FOR LICENSED STAFF HAVING CONTINUING CONTRACTS
                                                           2006-2007
                  NAME                   SENIOR         BOARD              QUALIFIED FOR:                           LICENSED FOR:
                                          DATE          APPR.
      LILJA, JOHN                      8-18-69        4-19-69      Social Studies (All) 7-12            Social Studies (All) 7-12
      FERGUSON, DARICE                 8-18-69        5-12-69      Elem. Ed. l-6                        Elementary Education 1-6
      MCCLAINE, CAROL                  8-20-71        6-15-71      Business Ed (ALL);                   Adm. Support Occ.; HS, Bus. Ed (All)
                                                                   Tech Supp. Spec                      K-12
      PARKER, GAIL                     8-21-72        5-09-72      English. LA 7-12; Speech 7-12;       English-Lang. Arts 7-12; Speech 7-12
                                                                   Lead G/T
      CHRISTENSEN, SHARON              8-21-72        5-23-72      Music/Perf. Arts 6-9; Expl. 6-8      Music K-12 ; Lib. Media Specialist K-12
      THORNE, KATHLEEN                 1-18-73        1-16-73      Elem. Ed. K-6                        Elementary Educ. K-6
      DAUPHINEE, JOAN                  8-20-73        6-19-73      Phy Ed 9-12; Health 9-12,            Phy. Ed.K-12; Health K-12;
                                                                   Coaching 7-12; Incl. Ed Coord.       Coaching 7-12
      RAYMOND, TIM                     8-20-73        6-23-73      Elem. Ed. 1-6                        Elementary Education 1-6
      LIDER, BARBARA                   8-20-73        7-24-73      Speech Corrections K-12              Speech-Language Pathologist, Pre K-12
      DAHLE, CYNTHIA                   9-14-73        10-16-73     Elem. Ed. K-6; Cluster               Elementary Education K-6
      DEMATTIES, MARGUERITE 8-19-74                   7-23-74      Eng. LA 7-12                         English-Language Arts 7-12
      JOHNSEN, DANNY        8-19-74                   8-27-74      Elem. Ed. 1-6                        Elementary Education 1-6
      JORGENSON, MARILEE               8-19-74        8-27-74      Elem. Ed. 1-6; Cluster               Elementary Education 1-6
      DUGAS, PAMELA                    8-18-75        6-30-75      Elem. Ed. K-6                        Elementary Education K-6
      KATTERHEINRICH, C                8-19-74*       7-09-75      Phy Ed 7-12; Health K-12;            Phy Ed/Health K-12; Coaching 7-12
                                                                   Coaching 7-12; Expl. Classes MS
      BERGERON, LYNDA                  8-23-76        9-14-76      Elementary Ed. K-6                   Elementary Education K-6
      REED, MARGARET                   8-30-77        9-13-77      OTR; Special Ed; Early Child (Pre-   Special Ed/Early Childhood (B-6);
                                                                   K)                                   MMH K-12; Pre Kindergarten
      BEZDEK, ANIKO                    2-01-78        2-14-78      LD K-6                               Elementary Education 1-6; SLD K-12
      LECTKA, KAYE                     1-22-79        1-23-79      Elementary Education 1-6             Elementary Education 1-6;
                                                                                                        MMH K-12
      JANSSEN, REBECCA                 3-05-79        3-13-79      Elementary Educ. 1-6; Lead Cluster   Elementary Educ. 1-6; MMH K-12
      REIF, R. KEVIN                   8-21-79        8-14-79      English-Lang. Arts 7-12; Coaching    English-Language Arts 7-12; Coaching
                                                                   7-12                                 7-12


                                                                                                                                               1
*Adjusted according to Art. 12.04(D) of the Teachers’ Agreement.
                  NAME                   SENIOR         BOARD               QUALIFIED FOR:                          LICENSED FOR:
                                          DATE          APPR.
      STEEL, MICHAEL                   8-21-79        8-14-79      History 7-12; Speech; Sec. Asst.     History 7-12; Speech 7-12; Sec. School
                                                                   Principal; Dean of Students 9-12;    Principal; Dist. Supt; Coaching 7-12
                                                                   District Supt; Coaching 7-12
      BOUAZIZ, NANCY                   3-04-80        3-11-80      Elementary Education K-6; Cluster    Elementary Education K-6
      NORMAN, CHERYL                   9-01-73*       5-08-73*     School Psychologist I K-12           School Psychologist (PreK-12)
      SEAVERT, LARRY                   8-17-70*       6-2-70*      Social Studies (All) 7-12            Social Studies (All) 7-12
      OLSON, DONALD                    8-19-80        6-10-80      Spanish 7-12; Coaching 7-12          Spanish 7-12; Coaching 7-12
      BROTTEN, BRUCE                   8-19-80        7-15-80      Ind. Arts 9-12(Voc) HS;              Ind. Arts MS 7-12; Auto
                                                                   Auto Mechanics (Voc) HS 9-12         Mechanics HS
      FINERAN, DONALD                  8-19-80        7-15-80      Guidance & Counsel. 7-12;            Sec Guidance & Counseling 7-12;
                                                                   Coaching 7-12                        Health 7-12; Coaching 7-12;
                                                                                                        Phy Ed K-12; Sec. School Principal
      HARLAN-MARKS, STEVE              8-19-80        7-15-80      English-Language Arts 7-12;          English-Language Arts 7-12;
                                                                   Coaching 7-12                        Coaching 7-12
      YOUNG, THOMAS                    8-19-80        7-15-80      Mathematics 7-12                     Mathematics 7-12
      HARLAN-MARKS, PAT                8-19-80        8-12-80      EBD-LD K-12                          EBD-SLD K-12; Elem. Educ. 1-6
      WITT, JEFFREY                    8-18-81        5-26-81      Physical Science; (Chem & Physics)   Physical Sciences;
                                                                   7-12; Lead Teacher G/T               (Chem & Physics) 7-12
      SCHROEDL, THOMAS                 8-18-81        7-07-81      Mathematics 7-12; Coaching 7-12      Mathematics 7-12; Coaching 7-12
      CHASE, PATRICK                   8-18-81        8-11-81      Mathematics 7-12                     Mathematics 7-12
      ROWE, ELIZABETH-ANNE             8-18-81        8-25-81      Elementary Education 1-6             Elem. Educ. K-6; German 1-6;
                                                                                                        Coaching 7-12; Visual Arts MS; Eng LA
                                                                                                        MS; Sec. Dev. Rdg. MS; Mathematics
                                                                                                        MS; Sciences (All) MS; Soc Stud MS (All)
      BREITENBUCHER, SUE               8-18-81        8-25-81      MMH K-12; LD K-12;                   MMH K-12; SLD K-12; Elem. Educ. 1-6
                                                                   Elem. Education; 1-6
      VOIGT, MARK                      8-24-82        8-10-82      Indust Arts 7-12; Sec. Construct.    Industrial Arts K-12; Const. Occup.HS;
                                                                   Occ H.S.; Principals of Tech.;       Principals of Technology HS
                                                                   Aerospace Technology
      LARSON, BRADLEY                  8-24-82        8-10-82      Mathematics 7-12; Coaching 7-12      Mathematics 7-12; Coaching 7-12
      NOLBY, JEAN                      10-14-82       2-08-83      Elementary Education K-6             Elementary Education PreK-6
      BENNETT, EUGENIA                 8-23-83        6-14-83      MS Math 7-8; MS Professional         Math 7-12
                                                                   Development; Basic Skills



                                                                                                                                             2
*Adjusted according to Art. 12.04(D) of the Teachers’ Agreement.
                  NAME                   SENIOR         BOARD              QUALIFIED FOR:                             LICENSED FOR:
                                          DATE          APPR.
      STERN, JAMES                     8-23-83        6-14-83      Science 7-12; Coaching 7-12;           Life Science 7-12; Phys. Science,
                                                                   Middle School Science, 6-8             (Physics & Chem) 7-12; Earth & Space
                                                                                                          Sci 7-12; Coaching 7-12; Science 5-9
      FRANKLIN, KIM                    8-23-83        8-23-83      Elementary Education 1-6;              Elem Educ 1-6; Coaching 7-12;
                                                                   Special Assignment 1-6; Cluster        District Supt.; Elem. School Principal
      YOUNG, BETH                      8-23-83        8-23-83      English 7-12; Exploratory Classes;     English-LA 7-12;
                                                                   Cluster Teacher/Lead                   Secondary Dev. Reading 7-12
      KRULL, KATHLEEN                  11-25-80*      12-09-80     Music K-8                              Music K-12
      MCLEAN, MARLYS                   8-22-84        6-12-84      Art K-12; German 7-12                  Visual Arts K-12; German 7-12
      HUNTER, MARCIA                   8-22-84        7-10-84      EBD – LD K-12                          EBD-LD K-12; Elem Ed 1-6
      O’ROURKE, PAMELA                 8-22-84        8-14-84      Phy Ed 9-12; Coaching 7-12             Phy Ed K-12; Coaching 7-12
      SELLNER, BRENDA                  8-22-84        9-11-84      Elementary Ed Pre K-6                  Elementary Ed PreK-6
      KNOPPEL, JEAN                    9-05-84        9-11-84      Elementary Ed K-6; Title I K-6         Elem. Ed K-6
      BURDA, JAN                       8-20-85        7-11-85      Elem. Ed K-6; Cluster; Lead Clust.     Elementary Ed K-6; Spanish 1-6
      PAP, VALERIE                     8-20-85        8-10-85      Elementary Ed K-6                      Elementary Ed K-6
      WORKMAN, TERESA                  8-20-85        8-13-85      Elementary Education 1-6               Elementary Education 1-6
      NORTON, JOLYNNE                  8-20-85        8-13-85      Elementary Ed. K-6; Lead Cluster       Elementary Ed. K-6
      KAHOUN, JUDIANN                  8-20-85        8-13-85      Elementary Ed 1-6; Lead Cluster;       Elementary Ed 1-6
                                                                   Elem. G/T Coord.
      CROFTON, MICHAEL                 8-21-85        8-13-85      Biol. Sciences 7-12; Physical Sci      Phy Ed K-12; Coaching 7-12; Life
                                                                   (Chem & Phys) 7-12; Coach 7-12         Science 7-12; Physical Sci (Chem &
                                                                                                          Physics) 7-12
      FANDREY, KATE                    12-2-85        11-12-85     Elementary Guidance & Couns. 1-8       Elem Guidance & Counseling 1-6;
                                                                                                          Elementary Ed 1-6
      SANNER, DEBRA                    1-02-86        1-14-86      Elementary Ed 1-6                      Elementary Ed 1-6
      PAULOS, MARIANNE                 8-25-86        9-09-86      Elementary Ed K-6; Cluster; Lead       Elementary Ed PreK-6
                                                                   Cluster; MS Gifted Coord.
      MILLER, MICHAEL                  8-26-86        9-09-86      Spanish 7-12; Coaching 7-12            Spanish 7-12; Coaching 7-12
      MANNING, EILEEN                  8-24-82*       8-10-82*     Special Ed/LD Teacher K-12             Elementary Education 1-6;
                                                                                                          MMH K-12; LD K-12
      WAGNER, MARY ANN                 10-30-86       11-11-86     Social Studies (All) 7-12; Eng-LA 7-   Social Studies (All) 7-12; Eng-LA 7-12;
                                                                   12; Grad Rule Facilitator              Principal K-12
                                                                   Student Administrator 9-12
      SANDBERG, BRENDA                 1-05-87        12-09-86     Elementary Ed 1-6                      Elementary Education 1-6

                                                                                                                                                3
*Adjusted according to Art. 12.04(D) of the Teachers’ Agreement.
                  NAME                   SENIOR         BOARD              QUALIFIED FOR:                          LICENSED FOR:
                                          DATE          APPR.
      WITT, SUSAN                      9-10-87        9-23-87      Elementary Ed. 1-6                  Elementary Education 1-6
      JENSEN, LOLLIE                   10-1-87        9-23-87      Elementary Ed. 1-6                  Elementary Education 1-6

      GILLES, ANITA                    11-7-83*       11-08-83*    Elementary Educ. K-6; Lead          Elementary Education K-6
                                                                   Cluster
      ECKER, SCOTT                     12-1-87        3-01-88      Elem. Ed. 1-6; Coaching 7-12        Elementary Ed 1-6; Coaching 7-12
      BALDWIN, ANNE                    8-29-88        9-07-88      Speech Correction K-12              Educ Speech-Lang Pathology PreK-12
      JOHANESSEN, BONNIE               8-29-88        9-07-88      Elementary Ed. K-6                  Elementary Education PreK-6

      NEISS, WILLIAM                   8-30-88        9-07-88      OEC Program; Emerg. Med. Tech.      Emergency Medical Tech, HS; Social
                                                                                                       Studies (All) 7-12
      ARLT, SHAWN                      8-31-88        9-07-88      Elementary Ed. K-6                  Elementary Education K-6
      LAMBERTY, TAMARA                 9-01-88        9-07-88      Elementary Education 1-6            Elementary Education 1-6;
                                                                   MS Grade 6                          MS English – LA
      FEHRINGER, KIMBERLY              8-25-89        7-05-89      Elementary Education 1-6;           Elementary Education 1-6
                                                                   Lead Cluster                        Spec Ed MMH K-12
      TROWBRIDGE, WENDY                8-25-89        7-05-89      Elem. Educ.K-6; Lead Cluster        Elementary Education K-6
      MEWALDT, BARBARA                 8-25-89        7-05-89      Librarian; Media Generalist K-6     Librarian K-12
      HOLLAND, THERESA                 8-25-89        8-08-89      Life Sciences 7-12                  Life Science 7-12; Science 5-9
      MOHR-SCINOCCA, MARY              8-25-89        9-06-89      Social Studies 7-12; Eng-LA 7-12    Social St (all) 7-12; Eng-LA 7-12
      HATCHNER, WENDY                  9-05-89        9-06-89      Spanish 7-12; German 7-12           Spanish 7-12; German 7-12;
      BARNETTE, MARY                   9-13-89        9-09-89      Title I; Elem. Ed K-6; Lead         Elementary Education K-6
                                                                   Cluster/MS Grade 6
      BADER, LINDA                     9-19-89        9-09-89      ECFE Instructor                     Elementary Education PreK-6
      GOESSEL-SEERY, KRIS              9-21-89        9-29-89      Outreach Coord.; ECFE Coord.        Pre-Kindergarten
      HAGBERG, CLAUDIA                 8-01-90        7-10-90      Elem. Principal; Phy Ed K-12        Elem. Principal; Coaching 7-12;
                                                                                                       Physical Education K-12; Dist. Supt.
      VANBURKLEO, ELIZA                8-24-90        6-06-90      Music K-6                           Music K-12
      HOWARD, AMY                      8-24-90        7-09-90      Classroom Music 7-12; Vocal Music   Classroom Music K-12;
                                                                   7-12; Instrum. Music 7-12; Expl.    Vocal Music 5-12
                                                                   Classes 7-12
      ELHARDT, CARY                    8-24-90        8-14-90      Secondary Guidance-Counseling       Sec. Guidance & Counsel 7-12;
                                                                                                       Phy Ed K-12
      HILST, MICHAEL                   8-24-90        8-16-90      Math 7-12; Coaching 7-12            Math 7-12; Coaching 7-12

                                                                                                                                              4
*Adjusted according to Art. 12.04(D) of the Teachers’ Agreement.
                  NAME                   SENIOR         BOARD               QUALIFIED FOR:                          LICENSED FOR:
                                          DATE          APPR.
      KING, CAROLINE                   8-24-90        8-21-90      Media Generalist K-6                 Music K-12; Librarian K-12;
                                                                                                        Library Media Specialist K-12
      ALDEN, CALISTA                   1-07-91        12-19-90     Elementary Ed K- 6; Title I; Basic   Elementary Ed K-6
                                                                   Skills
      MUNTER, DEBORAH                  8-23-91        7-09-91      Elementary Ed K-6; Title I           Elementary Ed K-6
      SEILER, JULIE                    8-23-91        7-09-91      Band K-9; Classroom Music 6-8        Band K-12, Classroom Music 5-12
      WESOLEK, PATRICIA                8-23-91        8-27-91      Media Generalist, K-6;               Elem. Ed 1-6; Librarian K-12;Library
                                                                   Title I ( K-6)                       Media Specialist K-12
      POTTHOFF, DOUGLAS                8-23-91        9-24-91      Phy Ed K-8; Coaching 7-12;           Physical Education K-12; Coaching 7-
                                                                   Adaptive Phy Ed K-8                  12; Dev. Adapted Phy Ed PreK-12
      KUTZKE, JENNIFER                 9-13-91        9-24-91      Title I/AOM; Elem Ed K-6             Elem Ed PreK-6; Elem Rem Rdg 1-6
      JONES, JODY                      9-24-91        9-24-91      Title I/AOM ; Elem. Ed 1-6           Elementary Ed 1-6
      GUZY, GRANT                      8-28-92        7-14-92      Mathematics 7-12                     Math 7-12; Coaching 7-12
      KRANZ. KRISTI                    8-28-92        8-25-92      Social Studies (All) 7-12            Social Studies (All) 7-12
      WALLINGA, MARK                   8-28-92        8-25-92      Phy Ed K-6; Coaching 7-12;           Phy Ed K-12; Dev. Adapted Phy Ed
                                                                   Adaptive Phy Ed K-6                  PreK-12
      DORFE, DARLENE                   9-21-92        9-21-92      Title I/AOM; Elem. Ed 1-6; ELL       Elementary Ed 1-6; ESL K-12
                                                                   Coordinator/Tchr
      JACKSON, FLORENCE                8-27-93        7-13-93      Special Ed 9-12;                     Career Accommodation Spec. 5-12;
                                                                   Transition Counselor                 Teacher/Coord. Work Based Lrng. 9-
                                                                                                        12.Elem. Ed 1-6; SLD/MMH K-12
      BENSON, THOMAS                   8-27-93        7-13-93      Physical Educ. 9-12; Coach K-12      Physical Educ K-12; Coaching 7-12;
      HENRY, LORI                      8-27-93        8-31-93      Consumer & Homemaking -              Consumer & Homemaking -
                                                                   Family Life Sciences, 9-12           Family Life HS
      URSIN, DIANA                     8-27-93        8-31-93      Elem Ed 1-6; Title I/AOM             Elementary Ed 1-6
      SCHLIEF, JEFF                    8-27-93        9-07-93      Phys Ed-Health 9-12; Coach 7-12      Phys Ed, K-12; 7-12; Coaching 7-12
      BJURLIN, AMY                     8-27-93        8-31-93      Elem Educ K-6; Title I/AOM;          Elementary Ed K-6
                                                                   Lead Cluster; Instructional Coach
      MCNULTY, LORI                    8-31-93        8-31-93      Elem. Educ. K-6; Title I/AOM         Elementary Ed K-6
      SAUNDERS, BARBARA                9-29-93        9-21-93      ECFE Instructor                      Parent & Family Education : Adult
      JAY, RONALD                      9-30-93        1-25-94      Vocal Music/Classroom Music          Vocal - Classroom Music K-12,
                                                                   K-6                                  Instru. (Band-Orch) Classrm K-12
      DOWNS, DEAN                      8-26-94        6-14-94      Physical Education K-6;              Phy Ed K-12; Health Ed K-12;
                                                                   Coaching 7-12                        Coaching 7-12
      JENSON, JENNIFER                 8-26-94        6-14-94      Physical Education K-6               Physical Education K-12
                                                                                                                                               5
*Adjusted according to Art. 12.04(D) of the Teachers’ Agreement.
                  NAME                   SENIOR         BOARD              QUALIFIED FOR:                          LICENSED FOR:
                                          DATE          APPR.
      KRETCHMAR, DAN                   8-26-94        7-12-94      Middle School Science;               Elem. Ed 1-6; Math 7-12; Science;
                                                                   Exploratory Classes                  Phys Sci (Phys & Chem) 7-12; MS Math
      KUGLER, GREGORY                  8-26-94        7-12-94      Middle School Art 6-9                Visual Arts K-12
      HERMAN, FRANK                    8-26-94        8-09-94      Dean of Students; No Specific Lic;   Social Studies (All) 7–12; Coach 7-12;
                                                                   Alternative Learning Director;       Principal K-12
                                                                   Principal 9-12.
      TETZNER, JANET                   8-26-94        9-13-94      Special Education 9-12               SLD K-12; Phy Ed K-12; Coach 7-12
      HENDRICKSON, AUDREY              9-28-94        9-27-94      Title I/AOM; Elem Ed 1-6             Elementary Education 1-6
      ALKALAI, JACKIE                  11-1-94        11-08-94     Speech/Language Pathologist K-12     Speech-Lang Pathologist PreK-12
      MESTAD, KEVIN                    1-05-95        1-05-95      Phy Ed 6-8/Health MS; Adapted        Phy Ed K-12; Health K-12; Dev.
                                                                   Phy Ed; Explor Classes               Adaptive Phy Ed PreK-12; Coach 7-12
      BYL, SUSAN                       4-03-95        4-11-95      Special Ed Teacher 1-6               Elementary Ed 1-6, Specific Learning
                                                                                                        Disabilities K-12

      VAILLANT, SUSAN                  8-25-95        6-27-95      Elem Ed 1-6; Lead Cluster            Elementary Ed 1-6
                                                                   Title I/AOM Teacher 1-6
      SCHEIDERER, JEANNE               8-25-95        9-12-95      AOM Reading 5-8, Basic Skills 6-8    Elementary Ed 1-6; Elem. Rem. Rdg 1-
                                                                                                        6; Sec. Remedial Rdg. 7-12; Secondary
                                                                                                        Developmental Rdg. 7-12
      INNVAER, JUDITH                  8-28-95        9-12-95      Elem. Ed 1-6; Title I/AOM            Elementary Ed 1-6
      POULIOT, LAURIE                  8-23-96        7-09-96      Social Studies MS; Expl MS           Elem. Ed 1-6; Middle School Social
                                                                                                        Studies;(All) Eng/LA, MS; Math, MS
      KRANZ, SCOTT                     8-23-96        8-13-96      Social Studies 9-12;                 Social Studies (All) 7-12
                                                                   Coaching 9-12                        Coaching 7-12
      BONG, VERONICA                   8-22-97        6-10-97      Media /Technology 7-12               Elementary Ed 1-6, Librarian,
                                                                                                        Library Media Specialist K-12
      GERDING, STACY                   8-22-97        6-10-97      Special Education K-12               Special Ed. K-12 EBD
      BINKOWSKI, KALLI                 8-22-97        6-25-97      Science 9-12                         Life Sciences (7-12); Science 5-9
      CARLSON, JENNIFER                8-22-97        8-12-97      Life Science 6-9                     Elem. Ed 1-6; Life Sciences Mid Sch.
      WALKER, CRAIG                    8-22-97        8-26-97      Social Studies 7-12                  Social Studies (All) 7-12
      WRESSELL, JEFF                   8-22-97        8-26-97      Vocal/Classroom Music 9-12           Class Music 5-12; Vocal Music 5-12
      ZOBITZ, MARGARET                 8-22-97        8-26-97      Counselor – K-6, Grade 4             School Counselor K-12; Elem Ed 1-6;
                                                                                                        Elem. Guidance Counselor, 1-6
      FLANSBURG, JENNIFER              8-22-97        9-23-97      Title I , Reading K-6                Elementary Ed K-6;


                                                                                                                                             6
*Adjusted according to Art. 12.04(D) of the Teachers’ Agreement.
                  NAME        SENIOR                    BOARD              QUALIFIED FOR:                           LICENSED FOR:
                               DATE                     APPR.
      ASSIMACOPOULOS, CHRIS 9-22-97                   9-23-97      Performing Arts Teacher 7-12         Band (Instrumental) K-12; Orchestra
                                                                                                        K-12; Classroom. Music 5-12
      SAMMONS, PAULA                   10-6-97        9-25-97      Elem. Ed. 1-6; Basic Skills 1-6      Elementary Ed 1-6
      MURDY, LORRIE                    10-6-97        10-14-97     Elem. Ed Grade 1     1-6             Elementary Ed 1- 6
      NORTON, WILLIAM                  8-01-98        7-14-98      Asst. Principal – MS; Art Educ. K-   Visual Arts. K-12; Secondary Principal;
                                                                   12, MS Support Services Director     Community Ed Director, PreK-Adult
      RONNEBERG, JEFF                  8-03-98        5-12-98      Elementary Principal;                Elementary Principal; Elem Educ 1-6;
                                                                   Director, Teaching, Learning, &      District Superintendent
                                                                   Accountability; Asst. Superintend.
      AHRNDT, MARIA                    8-26-93*       8-24-93*     Art Education 9-12                   Visual Arts K-12
      WALLINGA, KRISTA                 8-26-95*       6-27-95*     Elementary Ed 1-6                    Elementary Ed 1-6
      LAUDERT, JON                     8-31-98        6-09-98      Special Education 9-12               Special Ed K-12; Elem. Ed 1-6;
                                                                   Transition Coord. 9-12               LD,MMH
      NORDLUND, AMY                    8-31-98        6-30-98      Elementary/Kindergarten              Elementary Ed, K-6
      SYLVESTER, KATHY                 8-31-98        8-11-98      Learning Alternative Teacher         Consumer & Homemaking Occup., HS
      GERBER, SUSAN                    8-31-98        8-25-98      Family Consumer. Science 6-8         Family & Consumer Science 5-12, Home
                                                                                                        Economics 7-12
      SCHULZE, CARLOS                  8-31-98        8-25-98      Science 7-9                          Physical Sciences (Physics & Chem) 7-12

      WACKMAN, ELIZABETH               8-31-98        8-25-98      Science 6-9; 9-12                    MS Life Sciences, MS Phys. Sciences,
                                                                                                        (Physics & Chemistry); Elem. Ed, 1-6
      GUSTAFSON, CHERYL                8-31-98        8-25-98      Learning Alternative Teacher         English/Lang. Arts 7-12
      OAKES, CAMI                      8-31-98        12-08-98     Special Ed 6-9                       SLD, EBD, K-12;, Elem. Ed, 1-6;
                                                                                                        Spanish, MS; English/Social Studies
                                                                                                        (All) MS
      YOUNG, JOEL                      9-11-98        9-08-98      Social Studies; Dean of Students;    Principal, K-12; Social Studies (All) 7-12
                                                                   Asst. Principal 6-8
      JORDAHL, VAN                     8-01-99        5-11-99      Elementary Principal K-6             Elem. Ed 1-6; Elementary Principal
      ALTSTATT, MARY                   8-26-99        6-30-99      Elementary Education K-6             Elementary Education, K-6
      SCHILLING, LANCE                 8-26-99        7-13-99      Phy Ed/Health 6-8                    Health Education (K-12); Phy Ed (K-
                                                                                                        12); Coaching 7-12
      WALTON, KARI                     8-26-99        7-13-99      Mathematics Teacher     6-8          Elem. Ed 1-6; MS Math, 7-12,
                                                                                                        Coaching 7-12
      BLOM, ALESHA                     8-26-99        5-25-99      Elementary Education 1-6             Elementary Education 1-6
      CASTILLO, JULIA                  8-26-99        5-25-99      ESL Teacher K-8                      Elem. Educ. K-6; ESL Teacher K-12

                                                                                                                                                7
*Adjusted according to Art. 12.04(D) of the Teachers’ Agreement.
                  NAME                   SENIOR         BOARD              QUALIFIED FOR:                            LICENSED FOR:
                                          DATE          APPR.
      MEIER, MATT                      8-26-99        5-25-99      Social Studies 9-12                   Social Studies (All), 7-12
      CHRISTENSON, MATT                8-26-99        6-30-99      Elementary Education K-6              Elementary Education K-6
      PHELPS, STEPHANIE                8-26-99        7-13-99      Elem. Music Teacher K-5               Vocal & Classroom Music K-12
      SNYDER, TRENT                    8-26-99        7-13-99      Basic Skills, Reading 6-8             Elementary Education 1-6, Reading
                                                                                                         K-12
      AIRHART, MARTHA                  8-26-99        7-13-99      Distance Learning Teacher             Elementary Education 1-6
      WACKMAN, WILL                    8-26-99        7-13-99      Social Studies 9-12                   Social Studies (All) 7-12
      CROFTON, SARA                    8-26-99        8-10-99      Secondary Science , 9-12              Life Science; 7-12
      LEET, SUSAN                      8-26-99        8-10-99      Elementary Education 1-6;             Elem. Education 1-6; Health Educ. MS
                                                                   Instructional Coach; Support. Svcs.
      ROTZENBERG, MARK                 8-26-99        8-10-99      Mathematics Teacher 9-12              Mathematics 7-12, MS Math
      WEST, AMANDA                     8-26-99        8-10-99      Elementary Education 1-5              Elementary Education 1-6
      REILAND, AMY                     8-26-99        8-14-99      Elementary Education K-6              Elementary Education K-6
      ALTO, DAVID                      7-01-00        5-21-00      Athletic/Activities Director          Physical Ed. K-12; Principal K-12,
                                                                                                         Coach 7-12
      ALTO, ANNE                       8-21-00        5-09-00      Elementary Ed (1-6)                   Elementary Ed (1-6)
      STEEL, HEATHER                   8-21-00        5-09-00      Elementary Education 1-6              Elementary Education 1-6
      THORNBORROW, DYLAN               8-21-00        5-09-00      Elementary Education 1-6;             Elementary Education 1-6
                                                                   Instructional Coach; Basic Skills
      FAHEY, JULIE                     8-21-00        5-23-00      Art Teacher 6-8                       Visual Arts Teacher K-12
      BACHA, MARY                      8-21-00        6-13-00      Special Ed Teacher K-6                Elem. Ed 1-6; SLD K-12, EBD K-12
      COX, DOUGLAS                     8-21-00        6-13-00      Elementary Education 1-6              Elementary Education 1-6
      LIGHTBODY, LORI                  8-21-00        6-13-00      Physical Educ. & Health 9-12;         Phy Ed K-12; Health 5-12
                                                                   Activity Coord.
      MAGID-HART, BROOKE               8-21-00        6-13-00      Secondary Counselor 9-12              Secondary Guidance/Counsel 7-12
      PFAHL, SARAH                     8-21-00        6-13-00      Art Teacher K-6                       Visual Arts Teacher K-12
      RAHN, HOPE                       8-21-00        6-13-00      School Psychologist K-12              School Psychologist PreK-12
      SMITH, SCOTT                     8-21-00        6-13-00      Social Studies 9-12                   Social Studies ( All ) 7-12
      STEWART, LISA                    8-21-00        6-13-00      Special Ed Teacher 1-6                Elem. Ed 1-6; SLD K-12
      WICKSTROM, CATH                  8-21-00        6-13-00      Title I Teacher K-6; Basic Skills     Elementary Education 1-6
      ELLIS, JOHN                      8-21-00        6-27-00      Family & Consumer Science 6-8         Consumer Homemaking & Fam. 7-12

                                                                                                                                              8
*Adjusted according to Art. 12.04(D) of the Teachers’ Agreement.
                  NAME                   SENIOR         BOARD              QUALIFIED FOR:                      LICENSED FOR:
                                          DATE          APPR.
      KEILTY, WILLIAM                  8-21-00        6-27-00      Gifted/Talented Coord., 9-12    Elem. School Principal/Elem. Ed. 1-6
                                                                   Secondary Curriculum Coord.
      CLEMENT, ANGELA                  8-21-00        7-11-00      Basic Skills 6-8, MS Math 6-8   Elem. Ed 1-6; Math 6-8, MS Science
      LIGHTBODY, DAVID                 8-21-00        7-11-00      Spanish Teacher 9-12            Spanish 7-12
      ANDERSON, SCOTT                  8-21-00        8-08-00      Alt. Learning 9-12              Social Studies (All) 7-12
                                                                   Director ALC School
      MAJOR, OLIVER                    8-21-00        8-08-00      Elementary Education K-6        Elementary Education K-6

      OLSON, ALYSSA                    8-21-00        8-08-00      Elementary Education 1-6        Elementary Education 1-6
      BRONSON, LARA                    8-26-99*       5-25-99*     Elementary Education K-6        Elementary Education K-6
      CHRISTEN, ANGELA                 8-26-99*       5-25-99*     Special Education K-6           Special Ed.: SLD,. EBD K-12
      SCHNEIDER, ROBERT                11-29-00       11-28-00     Elementary Education 1-6        Elementary Education 1-6
      DANIELSON, KANDI                 8-20-01        6-12-01      Special Ed Teacher 6-8          Spec.Ed, SLD, MMH K-12; Elem. Ed,
                                                                                                   1-6; Coaching 7-12
      PEDERSON, COLLEEN                8-20-01        6-12-01      Music K-5, Dean of Students     Vocal & Classroom Music K-12
      POWELL, KRISTINE                 8-20-01        6-26-01      Mathematics 6-9                 Elementary Ed 1-6; Math 5-8
      AXTMAN, RICHARD                  8-20-01        7-10-01      Mathematics 6-9                 Elem. Ed. 1-6; Eng. Lang.MS; Math MS;
                                                                                                   Life Science MS; Physical Science MS;
                                                                                                   Earth & Space Science MS; Soc. St. MS
      SMITH, PATRICIA                  8-20-01        8-14-01      Distance Learning Teacher       Social Studies (All) 7-12
      BROOKS, MICHELLE                 11-12-01       11-13-01     Language. Arts 6-9              English/Language Arts 7-12
      AMBRASAS, THOMAS                 7-01-02        7-09-02      Special Ed Director K-12        Elem. Rmd. Rdg. 1-6; Elem. Ed. 1-6;
                                                                                                   SLD, MMH, K-12; Spec.Ed Director K-12
       ALMOS, JOHN                     8-19-02        5-14-02      9-12 Industrial Technology      9-12 Technology
       FREDINE, BRIAN                  8-19-02        6-25-02      7 – 12 Mathematics Teacher      7 – 12 Mathematics Teacher
       HENDRICKSON, ERIK               8-19-02        7-09-02      Special Educ. Teacher K-12;     Social Studies (All) K-12; EBD K-12
                                                                   Social Studies Teacher 7-12,
                                                                   Staff Development
      SELLMAN, JEREMY                  8-19-02        7-09-02      Language Arts; Drama; 9-12      English / Language Arts Teacher 7-12
      GEISER, KAREN                    8-19-02        8-13-02      Psychologist K-12               School Psychologist Pre K-12
       BOBBE, JENNIFER                 8-19-02        8-27-02      9-12 English/Language Arts      7-12 English Language Arts
                                                                                                   7-12 Secondary Remedial Reading
                                                                                                   7-12 Secondary Developmental Rdg.
       GANSKE, SADA                    8-21-02        8-27-02      9-12 Life Sciences ALC          5-8 Science (5-8), 9-12 Life Sciences
                                                                                                                                           9
*Adjusted according to Art. 12.04(D) of the Teachers’ Agreement.
                  NAME                  SENIOR         BOARD               QUALIFIED FOR:                     LICENSED FOR:
                                          DATE          APPR.
       EMMERT, SARAH                   8-26-02        9-10-02      K-6 Elementary Education        K-6 Elementary Education
       HAGGAR, ANNE                    12-02-02       1-14-03      9-12 English/Language Arts      7-12 English/Language Arts
       SZUREK, JOHN                    12-16-02       12-10-02     9-12 Social Studies, 9-12 SLD   7-12 Social Studies, K-12 SLD
       LARSON, THOMAS                  7-01-03        5-27-03      Elementary Principal K-5        Elementary Ed 1-6; Principal K-12
       STEWART, JOHN                   8-18-03        4-22-03      DAPE (K-12); Phy Ed. 9-12       Phy. Ed K-12; DAPE PreK-12
       ENGSTROM, COLLEEN               8-18-03        5-27-03      Special Ed Teacher 6-8          SLD Teacher K-12
       WICKLUND, SCOTT                 8-18-03        5-27-03      Social Studies 9-12             Social Studies (ALL); 5-8 and 9-12
       HEMMING, STACY                  8-18-03        6-10-03      Special Ed Teacher 1-5          Elementary Ed K-6; SLD K-12; Social
                                                                                                   Studies (All) 5-8
       KVIDERA, SUSAN                  8-18-03        6-10-03      Mathematics (9-12, ALC          Mathematics 7-12; Coaching 7-12
       NICK, ALISON                    8-18-03        6-10-03      Health/Physical Education 7-8   Health Education 5-12
       NOHR, KATIE                     8-18-03        6-10-03      English Teacher 6-8             Communication Arts/Lit 5-12
       BAKKER, KELLY                   8-18-03        7-08-03      Speech/Language Path 1-5        Speech/Language Pathologist PreK-12
       KRIER, HEATHER                  8-18-03        7-08-03      Secondary Counselor 9-12        School Counselor K-12
       LUKKASSON, BRIAN                8-18-03        7-08-03      Secondary Band Teacher 9-12     Instructional (Band/Orch); Classroom
                                                                                                   Music K-12.
       CAUBLE, CYNTHIA                 8-18-03        7-22-03      Special Ed Teacher 1-5          Elem. Ed 1-6; EBD K-12; SLD K-12
       THOMA, DENISE                   8-18-03        7-22-03      Technology Integration Spec;    Elementary Ed 1-6; Communication
                                                                   Grade 6 Teacher                 Arts/Lit. 5-8.
       BUCK, DANIEL                    8-18-03        8-12-03      German Teacher 9-12             German Teacher (K-12)
       MOORE, KARI                     8-18-03        8-12-03      Special Ed Teacher 1-5          EBD Teacher K-12
       BENZ, STACEY                    8-18-03        8-26-03      Elementary Ed 1-5               Elementary Ed. K-6, Communication
                                                                                                   Arts/Literature 5-8
       MAROHN, LISA                    8-18-03        8-26-03      Media Specialist 9-12           English/Lang Arts 7-12; Library Media
                                                                                                   Specialist K-12
       CHARLES, LAURA                  8-25-03        8-26-03      Visual Arts K-5                 Visual Arts K - 12
       LARSON, MARY                    8-27-03        9-09-03      Elementary Ed. 1-5              Elementary Ed K-6; Communication
                                                                                                   Arts / Literature 5-8
       GOLMEN, KRISTIN                 9-18-03        9-23-03      Elementary Ed 1-5               Elem. Ed 1-6; Social Studies (All), MS
       GREGORY, DANIEL                 1-05-04        1-13-04      Special Education 9-12          Emotional Behavior Disorders K-12

                                                                                                                                        10
*Adjusted according to Art. 12.04(D) of the Teachers’ Agreement.
                  NAME                  SENIOR         BOARD               QUALIFIED FOR:                          LICENSED FOR:
                                          DATE          APPR.
       VITTORINI, CANDACE              8-23-04        6-01-04      K-12 EBD/SLD/Autism                  106 Elem. Educ., Elem./Sec/Remedial
                                                                                                        Reading, K-12 EBD, K-12 SLD
       NOYES, CHRISTINE                8-23-04        6-22-04      Elementary Education 1-5             Elementary Education 1-6
       OLSON, MATTHEW                  8-23-04        6-22-04      Social Studies ALC 9-12              Social Studies (All) 7-12
       KELLEY, SUSAN                   8-22-05        4-26-05      School Psychologist 1-5              School Psychologist PreK-12
       CORNEIL-SMITH, JULIA            8-22-05        6-28-05      Secondary Counselor 9-12             Sec. Guidance & Counseling 7-12
       MANN, JEREMY                    8-22-05        6-28-05      Band/Music Teacher 6-8               Vocal/Classroom Music K-12; Instr.
                                                                                                        (Band/Orch.) & Classroom Music K-12
       CRISLIP, REBECCA                8-22-05        7-12-05      Secondary Counselor 6-8              Clsrm Music K-12; Band/Orchestra
                                                                                                        K-12; School Counselor K-12
       FLETCHER, RICHARD               8-22-05        8-23-05      Alternative Classes                  Life Sciences 7-12
       FORTIN, CHRIS                   8-22-05        9-09-05      Special Education 1-3                Elementary Ed 1-6; Mild-Moderate
                                                                                                        Mentally Handicapped K-12
      HENDRICKSON, MICHELLE            8-22-05        9-09-05      Elementary Education 1-5             Elementary Ed 1-6; SLD K-12
       LOWRY, KEVIN                    8-22-05        9-13-05      Elementary Ed 4-5                    Elementary Ed 1-6
       HUVER, JACQUELYN                8-24-05        9-13-05      Kindergarten Teacher; Basic Skills   Elementary Ed K-6
       BARNES, KEITH                   11-30-05       12-13-05     Alternative Classes (Math)           Mathematics 7-12; Coaching K-12




                                                                                                                                           11
*Adjusted according to Art. 12.04(D) of the Teachers’ Agreement.
                                                INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 16
                                                       SENIORITLY LIST “B”
                                SENIORITY LIST FOR LICENSED STAFF HAVING CONTINUING CONTRACTS
                                                           2006-2007

               NAME                   ADJUST              BRD      QUALIFIED FOR:                         LICENSED FOR:
                                      EMP DT             APPR.
      McClaine, Carol                 8-20-71            6-15-71   Technical Suppt Specialist;            Business Education (All) K-12; Admin.
                                                                   Business Education 7-12                Support Occ., HS
      Parker, Gail                    8-21-72            5-09-72   Gifted/Talented Lead; Secondary        English-LA 7-12; Speech 7-12
                                                                   Lang Arts; Speech 7-12
      Dauphinee, Joan                 8-20-73            6-19-73   PhyEd & Health 7-12; Inclusive         Phy Ed K-12; Health K-12; Coach 7-12
                                                                   Education Coord.; Coaching 7-12
      Dahle, Cynthia                  9-14-73           10-16-73   Kindergarten Teacher; Kdgn. Cluster    Elementary Ed K-6
      Jorgenson, Marilee              8-19-74            8-27-74   Elementary Ed 1-6; Cluster             Elementary Ed 1-6
      Katterheinrich, Colleen         8-19-74*           9-09-75   Phy Ed/Health 7-12 ; Coaching K –      Phy Ed/Health K-12; Coaching 7-12
                                                                   12; Exploratory Classes
      Janssen, Rebecca                3-05-79            3-13-79   Elementary Ed 1-6; Lead Cluster        Elementary Ed 1-6; MMH K-12
      Reif, R. Kevin                  8-21-79            8-14-79   Secondary Lang Arts: Gifted/Talent     English/LA 7-12; Coaching 7-12
                                                                   Lead; Coaching 7-12
      Bouaziz, Nancy                  3-04-80            3-11-80   Elementary Ed K-6; Cluster             Elementary Ed K-6
      Harlan-Marks, Steven            8-19-80            7-15-80   ESL; Gifted/Talented; Lead Teacher     English-LA 7-12; Coaching 7-12
                                                                   Secondary Language Arts
      Young, Thomas                   8-19-80            7-15-80   Math 7-12; FA Event, Supv. CS          Mathematics 7-12
      Witt, Jeffrey                   8-18-81            5-26-81   Secondary Chemistry; G/T Lead Tchr     Physical Sciences 7-12; Chemistry &
                                                                                                          Physics 7-12
      Bennett, Eugenia                8-23-83            6-14-83   MS Math, MS Exploratory Class;         Math 7-12
                                                                   Gift/Talent Coord., MS Professional
                                                                   Development.
      Franklin, Kim                   8-23-83            8-23-83   Special Assignment 1-6;                Elem. Ed 1-6; Coaching 7-12;
                                                                   Gifted/Talented; Cluster Teacher       Dist. Supt.; Elem. School Principal
      Young, Beth                     8-23-83            8-23-83   Gifted/Talented Lead ; English 7-12,   English LA 7-12; Secondary Devel.
                                                                   MS Exploratory Classes; Cluster        Reading 7-12
                                                                   Teacher
      Knoppel, Jean                   9-05-84            9-11-84   Elementary Ed, 1-6; Title I, 1-6,      Elementary Ed K-6
                                                                   Basic Skills, K-6
                                                                                                                                        12
*Adjusted according to Art. 12.04(D) of the Teachers’ Agreement.
               NAME                   ADJUST              BRD       QUALIFIED FOR:                           LICENSED FOR:
                                      EMP DT             APPR.
      Burda, Jan                      8-20-85            7-11-85    Elementary Ed K-6; Lead Cluster          Elementary Ed K-6; Spanish 1-6
      Kahoun, Judiann                 8-20-85            8-13-85    Elementary Ed 1-6; Lead Cluster;         Elementary Ed 1-6
                                                                    Elementary G/T Coord. K-6; Teacher
                                                                    on Special Assignment
      Norton, Jolynne                 8-20-85            8-13-85    Elementary Ed K-6; Kinder Lead           Elementary Ed K-6
                                                                    Cluster
      Paulos, Marianne                8-25-86            9-09-86    Elementary Ed 1-6; Lead Cluster ;        Elementary Ed PreK-6
                                                                    Cluster; MS Gifted Coordinator
      Wagner, Mary Ann                10-30-86          11-11-86    Soc Studies 7-12; English/LA 7-12;       Soc Studies (All) 7-12; Eng/ LA 7-12
                                                                    Grad Rule Facilitator                    Principal K-12
                                                                    Student Administrator 9-12
      Gilles, Anita                   11-7-83*          11-08-83*   G/T Lead; Cluster; Elem. Ed K-6          Elementary Education K-6
      Fehringer, Kim                  8-25-89            7-05-89    Elementary Ed 1-6; Lead Cluster;         Elementary Ed 1-6; Special Ed MMH,
                                                                    Elementary G/T Coord.                    K-12
      Trowbridge, Wendy               8-25-89            7-05-89    Elementary Ed K-6; Lead Cluster          Elementary Ed K-6
      Barnette, Mary                  9-13-89            9-09-89    Elem Ed K-6; Title I, Lead Cluster       Elementary Ed K-6
      Howard, Amy                     8-24-90            7-09-90    Classroom Music 7-12; Vocal/Inst.        Classroom Music K-12;
                                                                    Music 7-12; Exploratory Classes          Vocal Music 5-12
      Alden, Calista                  1-07-91           12-19-90    Elementary Ed K-6; Title I, Basic        Elementary Ed K-6
                                                                    Skills 4-5
      Munter, Deborah                 8-23-91            7-09-91    Elementary Ed K-6; Title I               Elementary Ed K-6
      Kutzke, Jennifer                9-13-91            9-24-91    Elementary Ed K-6; Title I/AOM           Elem. Ed PreK-6; Elem. Remedial
                                                                                                             Reading 1-6
      Jones, Jody                     9-24-91            9-24-91    Title I/AOM, Elem. Ed. 1-6               Elementary Ed 1-6
      Dorfe, Darlene                  9-21-92            9-21-92    Title I/AOM ; Elementary Ed 1-6;         Elementary Ed 1-6; ESL K-12
                                                                    ESL Coord./Teacher
      Ursin, Diana                    8-27-93            8-31-93    Elementary Ed 1-6; Title I/AOM           Elementary Education 1-6
      Bjurlin, Amy                    8-31-93            8-31-93    Elem. Ed K-6; Title I/AOM; Lead          Elementary Ed K-6
                                                                    Cluster; Instructional Coach
      McNulty, Lori                   8-31-93            8-31-93    Elementary Ed K-6; Title I/AOM           Elementary Ed K-6
      Herman, Frank                   8-26-94            8-09-94    Dean of Students; Coord. No Spec.        Social Studies (ALL) 7-12, Coaching 7-
                                                                    Lic Req.; Alternative Ed Director 9-12   12; Principal K-12
                                                                    Principal 9-12
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*Adjusted according to Art. 12.04(D) of the Teachers’ Agreement.
               NAME                   ADJUST              BRD      QUALIFIED FOR:                          LICENSED FOR:
                                      EMP DT             APPR.
      Hendrickson, Audrey             9-28-94            9-27-94   Title I/AOM; Elementary Ed 1-6          Elementary Ed 1-6
      Vaillant, Susan                 8-25-95            6-27-95   Elementary Ed 1-6; Lead Cluster         Elementary Education 1-6
                                                                   Title I/AOM
      Scheiderer, Jeanne              8-25-95            9-12-95   AOM Reading – MS                        Elem. Ed 1-6; Elem. Rem. Rdg. 1-6;
                                                                                                           Sec Rem. Rdg. 7-12; Sec. Dev. Rdg.
                                                                                                           7-12
      Innvaer, Judith                 8-28-95            9-12-95   Elementary Ed 1-6; Title I , AOM        Elementary Ed 1-6
      Flansburg, Jennifer             8-22-97            9-23-97   Title I/Reading K-6                     Elementary Ed K-6
      Norton, William                 8-01-98            7-14-98   Asst. Principal – MS; Art Educ. K-12,   Visual Arts Educ. K-12; Secondary
                                                                   MS Support Services Director            Principal; Community Ed Director
      Ronneberg, Jeff                 8-03-98            5-12-98   Elementary Principal, Dir. Teaching,    Elementary Ed 1-6; Elementary
                                                                   Learning & Accountability K-12          Principal
      Young, Joel                     9-11-98            9-08-98   Dean of Students/Social Studies;        Principal, K-12; Social Studies (All) 7-12
                                                                   Asst. Principal 6-8
      Castillo, Julia                 8-26-99            5-25-99   ESL Teacher K-6                         Elementary Education K-6; ESL K-12
      Airhardt, Martha                8-26-99            7-13-99   Distance Learning Teacher               Elementary Education 1-6
      Snyder, Trent                   8-26-99            7-13-99   Basic Skills, Reading 6-8               Elementary Education 1-6
      Lightbody, Lori                 8-21-00            6-13-00   Phy Ed/Health 9-12; Activity Coord.     Phy Ed K-12; Health 5-12
                                                                   9-12
      Keilty, William                 8-21-00            6-27-00   Gifted/Talented Coord. 9-12             Elem. School Principal/Elem. Ed 1-6
                                                                   Secondary Curriculum Coord.
     Pederson, Colleen                8-20-01            6-12-01   Music K-5, Student Support              Vocal & Classroom Music K-12
      Smith, Patricia                 8-20-01            8-14-01   Distance Learning Teacher               Social Studies 9-12
      Quick, Sara                     8-18-03            5-27-03   Occupational Therapy K-12               No Teaching License




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*Adjusted according to Art. 12.04(D) of the Teachers’ Agreement.

				
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