MARYSVILLE USD #364
Regular Board Meeting Highlights
July 9, 2007
Elected Jada Ackerman as President of the Board of Education for 2007-08.
Elected Michelle Reinhart as Vice-President of the Board for 2007-08.
Appointed Lucy West as Clerk of the Board and Jody Bruna as Treasurer.
Appointed the law firm of Bolton & McNish at the rate of $70 per hour for legal
Appointed the Superintendent to be the authorized district representative for all
state and federal programs including liaison for homeless children and youth.
Appointed Lucy West as Designated Agent for KPERS.
Authorized Citizens State Bank and Trust Company of Bremen, Bank of the
Prairie of Beattie, United Bank & Trust, Citizens State Bank, First Commerce
Bank, and Tier One Banks of Marysville, as designated depositories for district
Set the 2007-08 school year at 1,116 hours.
Named the Marysville Advocate as the official district newspaper.
Designated Dave DeMoss the Director of the Southeast Kansas Education Service
Center (Greenbush) as the person who will verify that in-service credit is valid for
Entered into an agreement with the State Department of Education for the Food
Appointed the Board President as hearing officer for free and reduced price meal
Appointed the Superintendent as the hearing officer to conduct due process
hearings for student long term suspensions or expulsions.
Appointed Administrators as Attendance Officers.
Appointed the Superintendent as Freedom Information Officer.
After a presentation of the budget by Mr. Powers, approved the proposed 2007-08
budget for publication.
Set the Budget Hearing for August 13, 2007 at 6:00 P.M. in the Dr. William J.
Oborny Media Center.
Approved administrator and classified salary increases for 2007-08 as presented
Accepted the resignation of Lynn Kracht as 1/2 time cheerleader sponsor.
Offered a contract to Claire Gordon as Elementary Teacher.
Offered a contract to Joel Naaf as Academy Teacher.
Accepted the following gifts:
o Received $177.00 from Community Memorial Healthcare Employees (Jeans Day
Fundraiser) for Camp Invention.
o FFA received a $5,000 Living to Serve Grant from USDA to be used on materials
at Lions Park
o Received $500 from Wal-Mart to purchase calculators for Dora Gross' classroom.
Marysville USD #364
Board Meeting Highlights
o Received a check from the Auto Festival for a donation of $518.00 to the
o Jack Waugh donated a Canon Digital Rebel XT Camera ($700), Cannon EF28-
135 IS Lens ($450), Cannon EF 75-300 Lens ($175), and a HP Photosmart 380
Series Printer ($100) to the Journalism program.
Adopted a resolution authorizing building principals to be in charge of building
activity funds for Marysville Junior/Senior High, and Marysville Elementary.
Adopted resolutions authorizing petty cash accounts for the superintendent; high
school, junior high and elementary schools; and Debate and Forensics.
Reviewed a budget report showing the current budget spent compared to budget
spent for the last three years.
Reviewed a report on gasoline expenses and a finance report on Kids University.
Accepted the bid of Mike’s OK Tire Store to provide tires to the district for the
2007-08 school year.
Accepted the bid of Meadow Gold Dairies to provide milk to the district for the
2007-08 school year.
Approved the Junior/Senior High Handbook as presented.
Revised the 2007-08 calendar to change Marysville Elementary Open House to
August 23, 2007.
Set the second Monday of each month at 6:00 P.M. in the Dr. William J. Oborny
Media Center as the designated date, time, and place of the regular board meetings.
Appointed Betty Temple and Sandy Wilson to the Special Education Advisory
Appointed Jada Ackerman as the Governmental Relations Representative with
Appointed Kevin Samuelson and Sandy Wilson to the USD 364 Foundation Board
Appointed Sonya Stohs to the Partners In Education Board.
Appointed Michelle Reinhart, JoyLynn Roberts, Betty Temple, and Sandy Wilson
to the Negotiation Team.
Rescinded all previous board policies and approve the 2007-08 Board of Education
Policies as presented, excluding the dress code. (The dress code policy to be
followed is included in the student handbook.)
Set the district mileage reimbursement at $.47 per mile (the same as the state
Approved the agreement change of $1,000 instead $500 for the Effectiveness and
Efficiency Review Process.