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					Unapproved Minutes, March 12, 2007
President J. Hora called the regular meeting of the Board of Education of Parkston School District #33-3 to order at 5:00 p.m. Present were: J. Semmler, T. Hafner, J. Hora, D. Neugebauer, J. Proehl,
Supt. S. McIntosh, Bus. Mgr. M. Hoffman, Prin. R. Monson & J. Kollmann, S. Ehler, J. Huber, D. Eye, N. Lorenz, R. Bigge, D. Kroeger, R. Vanlaecken, T. Kinneberg, J. Weber,

Moved by Proehl and seconded by Neugebauer to approve the agenda. All members present voted aye

Moved by Hafner and seconded by Semmler to approve the minutes of the last regular board meeting as printed. All members present voted aye

Moved by Semmler and seconded by Proehl approve the financial statement as presented:
                                                                                                                                                         ALVIN           TOM
                                                                            PENSION          BOND          SCHOOL         TRUST &                      SCHELSKE        MAXWELL
                            GEN. FUND      C.O.L.           SPEC. ED.         FUND       REDEMPTION    LUNCH             AGENCY                    SCHOLARSHIPS
Monthly Balance         1,412,177.95  300,039.82         167,505.68       67,334.48     209,056.26  19,194.68          67,499.78         172.41        2,710.54       1,852.24
Taxes                      23,663.44   11,000.04           7,623.70        1,633.59       6,378.05
Tuition - Other LEA         3,883.82
Tuition - Preschool           585.00
Begindergarden                 56.00
Interest                    6,895.93    1,466.37              818.12         329.48       1,021.69          93.43           82.90           0.22           3.33
Admissions                  3,854.08
Yearbook                    1,765.00
 Rentals                    2,000.00
Refund                        336.04
Miscellaneous               3,438.51
Receipts                                                                                                23,182.22      13,650.37
Apportionment - County      1,427.59
State Aid                 162,082.00                      13,499.00
Apportionment - State      38,384.28
Bank Franchise Tax         21,388.14
Tuition - Our Home                                        15,224.00
Medicaid                    6,595.00                         935.00
Homeland Security Grant                 2,900.00
IDEA Part B                                               10,490.30
IDEA Preschool                                               802.40
Title I                    32,283.00
Title II - Part A          22,097.00
Disbursements             319,287.39    2,872.12          46,630.80                                     23,542.27      13,723.86
Ending Balance         1,423,625.39 312,534.11          170,267.40       69,297.55    216,456.00       18,928.06      67,509.19          172.63       2,713.87       1,852.24

On roll call vote - all members present voted aye.

Moved by Neugebauer and seconded by Hafner to approve the payment of the following bills:
Elementary $69,625.67; Jr/Sr Hi $58,114.12; Title I $12,517.37; Guidance $6,116.68; Educational Media $3,336.53; Technology $2,962.50; Executive
Administration $7,420.48; Principal Services $13,390.11; Fiscal Services $5,087.13; Operation And Maintenance $7,987.80; Busing $45.05; Male
Activities $7,225.77; Female Activities $7,802.24; Combined Activities $3,447.82; Mild To Moderate $27,014.97; Early Childhood Programs $1,866.59;
Speech Pathology & Audiology $2,466.66; Food Service $10,708.13; OASI $17,666.53; Retirement $14,102.79; Health Insurance $37,096.57; Dental -
District Share $77.90; Workmen's Compensation $1,887.91; Ltd - District Share $351.64; Annuity - District Share $2,675.07 GENERAL FUND Agland Co Op –
Gas 426.53; Alltel - Wireless Phones 141.75; American Time & Signal Co – Repairs 93.95; Anderson, Cindy – X worker 20.00; Andes Central School Dist – Wr Fees
45.45; Automatic Building Controls – Repairs67.23; Bader, Peggy – Expenses 9.21; Behrend, Patrica – Expenses 34.00; Ben Franklin Crafts – Supplies 2.08; B-J
School Bus Inc - Bussing 22,736.02; Bruening, Craig – X worker 15.00; Decker Equipment – Repairs 86.88; Dial Corp – Fees 500.00; Ebsco – Subscriptions 982.03;
Eimers Auto Glass – Repairs 94.00; Gilman, John – Expenses 64.00; Globke, Coleen – Perkins 500.00; Grainger, WW - Custodial Supplies 75.12; Guthrie, Zack – X
Worker 90.00; Hauff Mid-America Sports – Supplies 31.90; Hillyard Floor Care Supply - Custodial Supplies 109.84; Hoeffner, Susan – X Worker 20.00;
Hoffman, William – X worker 20.00; Holiday Inn Express – Lodging 258.00; Farmers State Bank – State Wr. Money 425.00;
Schulz, J- BB Official 99.80; Region Music – Entry Fee 50.00; Farmer State Bank – Meal Money All State 17.00;
Region Music – Entry Fees 105.00; J.W. Pepper & Son Inc. – Music 171.96; Jostens Inc – Yearbook 3,195.60; Kinneberg,
Sterling – X Worker 105.00; Kollmann, Joseph – Expenses 64.00; Maeschen, Tammy – X Worker 25.00; McCook Cooperative -
Phone & Internet 85.57; Medicine Shoppe – Supplies 46.68; Midwest Fire & Safety – Inspection 408.15; Mitchell, Jon – X
worker 20.00; Mollet Music Co – Supplies 27.87; Mount Vernon School Dist – Entry Fee 50.00; Mulder, Linda – Expenses
34.00; Neumayr Pharmacy – Supplies 37.37; Northwestern Energy – Utilities 27,710.54; Oster, Linda - Expenses 21.60; Parkston
Advance - Publications     273.39; Parkston Food Center – Food 133.71; Parkston Precision Machining – Repairs 5.20;
Parkston, City Of - Sewer & Water 382.09; Paulson's Music – Music 34.99; Pfeiffer, Tara – Expenses 54.00; Piantino, Tasha
- X Worker 27.00; Pitsco - IA Supplies 312.11; Popplers Music Store - Music 123.25; Postmaster –Postage 60.69; Quill Corp. –
Supplies 26.06; Ramkota Inn – Lodging 1,185.00; Region Music Contest – Entry Fees 50.00; Reynolds Welding Supply Co -
Cylinder Rental 102.06; Row-Loff Productions – Supplies 22.00; Runnings – Supplies 38.53; S.D. Federal Property – Supplies
280.00; S.D.A.S.S.P. – Registration 50.00; S.D.I.A.A.A. – Registration 155.00; Sancom Inc - Phone & Internet Service 433.40; Sax
Arts And Crafts - Art Supplies 106.09; Schmidt, Eunice – Mileage 64.00; SDAESP – Registration 125.00; Semmler, Nicole –
X Worker 18.00; Stan Houston Equipment – Repairs 51.70; Sturdevants Pronto Auto – Repairs 9.88; Tiede, Catherine – Expenses
12.00; Training Room Inc. - Medical Supplies 65.37; Untereiners Inc – Supplies 120.58; Vanlaecken, Joanne – Expenses 15.84;
Varney, Andra – X Worker 9.00; Waltman, Roger – X Worker 20.00; Weber Equipment Inc – Repairs 100.51; Weber Sanitation
Service - Garbage Service 588.90; Weidenbach Construction Co - Cement Work 1,833.75; Wenger – Supplies 80.00; Williams - Piano
Tuning 70.00; CAPITOL OUTLAY A & B Business - Copier Lease 1,160.00; McLaury Flannery – Engineering Services 523.65;
Mount Marty College – Textbooks 126.42; Puetz Corporation – Retainer Fee 300.00; School Specialty Inc – Supplies
3,103.81; SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND Agland Co Op – Gas 243.28; AGS Publishing – Supplies 519.50; Parent – Mileage 163.20;
Heisinger, Lisa - Nursing Services 6,122.34; Phillips 66 – Gas 60.06; Sancom Inc - Phone & Internet Service 89.36; Wolf's Auto &
Truck Repair – Repairs 183.98; ENTERPRISE FUND Earthgrains Baking Co. Inc. – Bread 306.95; Harkers - Food Supplies 370.96; Hrs
Food Service - Food Supplies 2,460.64; Parkston Food Center – Food 3,667.42; Wholesale Supply Co. Inc - Food Supplies 315.25
All members voted aye

Supt. S. McIntosh reported on: Legislative Update and Community Meeting.

Principal J. Kollmann reported on: Letter from a student; Band Uniforms

Principal R. Monson reported on: Enrollment

Business Manager M. Hoffman reported on Federal Food Service Audit.

Discussion was held on Building designs and cost.

Discussion was held on the One on One Initiative.

Moved by Neugebauer and seconded by Semmler table action on competitive dance and cheer for one year. All members voted aye

Discussion was held on staffing for the FY2008 school year.

Moved by Hafner and Semmler to hire an additional network administrator, retain the elementary music position, add all day every day kindergarden, add
an additional teacher at the New Elm Colony and to move the full time aide at the New Elm Colony to Parkston. All members voted aye

Moved by Semmler and seconded by Neugebauer to accept the following resignations: Dorothy Boehmer and to issue her pay for May on May 31, 2007 and
of Janet Beyer-Proehl as volleyball coach contingent upon finding a suitable replacement. Proehl abstaining and all other members voted aye

Moved by Proehl and seconded by Hafner to approve the open enrollment application OE 2007.03.12 17. All members voted aye

Moved by Neugebauer and seconded by Semmler to amend the school calendar adding May 22, 23 and 24 as make up days and not to require the senior to
attend. All members voted aye

Moved by Hafner and seconded by Neugebauer to accept the recommendations of the administration to rehire certified staff and to issue contracts to the
certified staff based on the 2006-2007 agreement to be amended at the conclusion of negotiations. All members present voted aye

President J. Hora declared a recess at 7:10 p.m.

President J. Hora called the meeting back into session at 7:16 p.m.

Moved by Proehl and seconded by Semmler to go into executive session at 7:17 p.m. to discuss negotiations. All members voted aye

President J. Hora called the meeting back into session at 8:09 pm.

Moved by Proehl and seconded by Neugebauer to adjourn at 8:10 p.m. All members present voted aye

Submitted by



Michael J. Hoffman
Business Manager
                                                    James Hora
                                                    Chairperson

				
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