Docstoc

Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees November

Document Sample
Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees November Powered By Docstoc
					                    Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees
                                  7:00 p.m.
                             November 16, 2010
                                Cascade Public Schools
                               321 Central Avenue West
                             Cascade, Montana 59421-0529
                                           Agenda
Call to Order                                                                        7:00

Public Comments on Non-Agenda Items
Public Comment on Agenda Items is encouraged when the item is being considered on the agenda.

Presentation
       Cascade FFA, Eric Tilleman and students                                       7:02

Student Council Report                                                               7:15

New Business (A)                                                                     7:20

       A. Petition to MHSA for Reclassification from Class B to Class C

       B. Request for high school FCCLA club

       C. Consent Agenda
             1. Approval of Minutes Regular October 19, 2010 meeting
             2. Business Claims
             3. Petty Cash Report
             4. Student Activity Account
             5. Request for new Student Activity Account
             6. Additions to Substitute List
             7. Student Attendance Agreements

       D. Resignation of Board Member

Principal Reports (I)                                                                7:45

       A. Lou Ann Gay
       B. Dave Malloy

Superintendent Report (I)

       A. Budget Reports
       B. Utility Reports
       C. XCELL! October Report

                                                                                                1
Announcements (I)

       MTSBA sponsored School Law and Technology Symposium, Helena, MT,
       Nov. 29-30, 2010

Adjournment                                                                            8:00


Superintendent’s evaluation form will be distribute at the November 2010 meeting, collected at the
December 2010 meeting, compiled and discussed with the superintendent at the January 2011
meeting.




                                                                                                 2
Presentation                                                                                             7:02

        Cascade FFA, by Eric Tilleman and students


Student Council Report (I)                                                                              7:15



New Business (A)                                                                                         7:20

A. Petition to MHSA for Reclassification to Class C

                   Presented by: June Sprout, Duane Gebhardt
                   Attachments: None

                 Facts to Consider: Cascade High School administration feel the time is right to
                 petition the Montana High School Association, MHSA, to be reclassified as a
                 Class C school beginning school year 2011-2012. New by-laws allow for schools
which, by accurate enrollment projections, are eligible to move between Classes A, B, or C, do not
have to wait two years to be reclassified but rather can be moved in line with a 2-year realignment
procedure. Schools desiring such a move must submit a reclassification proposal, or petition, for
the MHSA Executive Board to review at its November 22, 2010 meeting for implementation in the
2011-2012 school year.
       The following communication was delivered to Mark Beckman, Executive Director of
MHSA on Thursday, November 11, 2010:

         We respectfully request that the reclassification of Cascade High School be on the November 22
MHSA Executive Board meeting agenda. The reason for a petition to change classification is because the
district has experienced and will continue to experience a decline in enrollment. In addition and more
importantly, our projected enrollment through 2016-2017 ranges between 118 and 108 students, estimated
on the high end of our population data.
         It is the intention of the Cascade High School administration to seek approval from the Cascade
Board of Trustees at their November 16, 2010 board meeting for a petition to the Montana High School
Association to be reclassified from Class B to Class C beginning school year 2010-2011. In order to
comply with the MHSA timeline, we wish to formally notify the MHSA Executive Board of the district’s
intention and give proper notice to the Executive Board and member schools in time for the November 22,
2010 Executive Board meeting. The following information has been examined and analyzed to determine
as accurate a projection as possible:

         1. Administrators have identified at least 24 properties in the district which used to be occupied by
full time resident families, families who had children enrolled in the Cascade school system, but have been
sold to outfitters or part-time resident recreationists and are no longer family dwellings. Cascade School is
a victim of its geography being located on the Missouri River and at the northern end of the scenic Wolf
Creek canyon. We see this trend continuing as our area undergoes both demographic and economic changes
from an agricultural base to a tourism (fishing and hunting outfitters) base. It is interesting to note that of

                                                                                                               3
the 349 housing units in the town of Cascade (2000 Census data), only 62 of them currently are occupied by
families with school-age children.

         2. The school’s enrollment has been negatively affected by a high rate of transiency or mobility,
again, due to its geography – on Interstate 15 and within 20 miles of Great Falls and 60 miles of Helena.
Narratives can be provided describing the high number of families who bought properties within the past
five years, put their homes on the market, and when sold (many to recreationists or outfitters), moved to
other Montana communities. Additional narratives can describe how out-of-district families chose to enroll
their children in Cascade even though they were residents of the Great Falls school district, and in the
economic downturn, found they could no longer afford to do so. We do not see these families returning to
the Cascade school system.

         3. According to press releases to the Great Falls Tribune (October 14, 2010), the United States
Department of Defense is restructuring the Montana Air National Guard (MANG) in Great Falls and as a
result of these changes, 200 or more of 900 jobs may be lost. The final decision about changing the MANG
mission is expected in May 2011. This will have a direct impact on the lives of up to a dozen families who
reside in the Cascade School District and are employed at MANG.

        4. Cascade High School graduated 36 seniors in May 2010 but enrolled 28 freshmen in August
2010. As can be seen on the enrollment projection, we anticipate this pattern of graduating more seniors
than there are incoming freshmen to continue for the next two years, leveling off by 2013-14.

        5. The Ulm Elementary School District is located in the Cascade High School District, and as
such, most students come to Cascade High School, but not all. Historically, 75% to 80% of graduating
eighth graders from Ulm attend Cascade High School. For purposes of estimating high in our enrollment
projections and being as accurate as possible, we have included all Ulm students in the enrollment tallies up
through 2016-2017.

        6. As of November 9, 2010, our enrollment has declined by five (5) more students to 125 since the
count day on October 1, 2010. In addition, we know of three more students who may be withdrawing by the
end of the first semester. We have reduced the 2010-2011 high school enrollment by eight (8),(the loss of 5
since Count Day + possibly 3 more) indicated by the asterisk on the enrollment projection, and reduced the
enrollment for 2011-12 and 2012-13 by three (3). We have called this the ―Anticipated enrollment‖ on the
projection spreadsheet. In the event these three (3) students do not leave Cascade High School, the greater
enrollment figure is provided.

         We understand that it is important to our community, our students, parents and staff that they have
input into the decision to petition for reclassification. We have taken the following actions to prepare our
petition to be reclassified to Class C:

       1. An advertisement was placed in the local newspaper, the Cascade Courier, the week of
November 1, 2010 asking community members and all Badger fans to submit comments, questions, and
responses on the issue by phone, email, or post mail. Community members were asked for their input,
comments both in favor and opposed, and were urged to call for questions and details.

        2. The same advertisement was emailed to district residents who subscribe to our email list serve
called ―eUpdates‖ (92 addresses) and was posted on the front page of the school web site on November 2,
2010.
                Results: In favor of reclassification    60 (88%)
                        Opposed to reclassification       8 (12%)

       3. On Monday, November 8, 2010, a student assembly (grades 7-12) was held to present
information to the student body about the reclassification process and the pros and cons of reclassifying to

                                                                                                               4
           Class C. Students were then dismissed to their advisory hour where they responded to a survey or
           questionnaire on the issue.
                   Results: In favor of reclassification   86 (51.8%)
                           Opposed to reclassification     35 (21.1%)
                           Do not care either way          45 (27.1%)

                   4. On Friday, November 5, public notice was made of the Board workshop to be held on Tuesday,
           November 9, 2010. The purpose for this workshop was to set the agenda for the November 16, 2010 regular
           monthly Board meeting. It was agreed to place the petition item on the November 16 Board agenda for
           consideration and Board action. Documentation from the November 16 Cascade Board meeting, agenda
           and draft minutes, will be made available for the November 22 MHSA Executive Board meeting.


                 Cascade School District Enrollment Projections

                          (2/1/2010)      (10/1/2010)
Grade /School
Year                  2009-2010            2010-11          2011-12      2012-13     2013-14     2014-15      2015-16    2016-17
 Kindergarten (full
       day)                  15               24               20           19          19         19           19         19
     Grade 1                 15               16               23           20          19         19           19         19
     Grade 2                 20               20               14           23          20         19           19         20
     Grade 3                 21               19               20           14          23         20           19         19
     Grade 4                 22               23               17           20          14         23           20         19
     Grade 5                 24               23               23           17          20         14           23         20
     Grade 6                 22               24               23           23          17         20           14         23
     Cascade
    Elementary               139              149             140          136         132         134         133        138

     Grade 7                 19               22               24           23          23         17           20         14
     Grade 8                 27               18               22           24          23         23           17         20
  Cascade Junior
      High                   46               40               46           47          46         40           37         34

Incoming Ulm students                                          +7           +5          +4         +11          +6         +8
      Grade 9                44               28               25           27          28          34          29         25
      Grade 10               33               37               28           25          27          28          34         29
      Grade 11               37               30               35           28          25          27          28         34
      Grade 12               36               35               30           35          28          25          27         28
   Cascade High
       School                150             130              118          115         108         114         118        116
Anticipated enrollment*                      122*             115*         112*

   District Totals           335               319              304        299         268          263        244        225
                                               311*            301*        288*
*Five students have transferred out of high school since the October 2010 Count Day resulting in 125
enrollment and three more students are expected to withdraw by January 2011
Kindergarten 2012 through Grade 4 of 2016 is based on an 8-year average of 19 kindergarten enrollees
and progressing through the grades.

           Additional information for consideration:

           1. There will be no distinguishable changes to the wrestling program nor would reclassification
           affect the cooperative agreement with the Sun River Valley School District. Class B and C schools

                                                                                                                     5
wrestle in the same division, but at the State level of competition, Class C schools finishing in the
top 3 can receive a State trophy separate from the Class B schools.

2. Class C schools generally do not have enough student athletes to field ―C‖ or Freshmen squads
in girls’ volleyball and boys’ and girls’ basketball. Cascade would therefore not be guaranteed ―C’
games on the schedule. In addition, junior high games precede high school games in volleyball
and football. This creates a better schedule for junior high teams and allows junior high and high
school squads to travel together, reducing travel expenses.

3. If MHSA approves our petition, we believe we would be placed in the district with our closest
neighbors for volleyball, basketball, and track:
       a. Great Falls Central Catholic        26 miles (one way)
       b. Belt                                54 miles
       c. Fort Benton                         67 miles
       d. Simms                               59 miles
       e. Centerville                         35 miles

       Compared to the Class B district we are currently competing in:
       a. CutBank                           130 miles (one way)
       b. Shelby                            108 miles
       c. Conrad                            84 miles
       d. Fairfield                         58 miles
       e. Choteau                           76 miles
       f. Rocky Boy                         140 miles


4. In Class B, cross country teams must have 5 runners to be scored as a team at the State Cross-
country meet. In Class C, cross country teams must have 3 runners.

5. Football would compete in the Northern 8-man Class C conference. With redistricting taking
place, we are unsure which teams would make up the 8-man football conference.


Superintendent Recommendation: I believe there is nothing but positives from every
perspective – equity for our students, a more equal playing field, cost savings, less travel time for
students and families. I highly recommend approving the petition to MHSA to reclassify Cascade
High School to Class C.



B. Request for high school FCCLA club

                   Category: Student clubs
                   Presented by: Peggy Strobbe
                   Attachments: Letter of Recommendation

                    Facts to Consider: Mrs. Strobbe has informed the superintendent that interest
and membership in the junior high FCCLA is waning; however, there is interest in the high school.
The topic of reinstating high school FCCLA was brought to the negotiating table last spring. It
                                                                                                        6
was tabled until it could be determined that there was enough interest in the high school. Mrs.
Strobbe contends that there is and would like to broaden the FCCLA club to include high school
students. Mrs. Strobbe submitted the following proposal to the superintendent:

         Our proposal to the board tonight is expand FCCLA to include the High School students.
         The enrollment in FCS classes has nearly doubled this year. We are now serving 33 students in two
culinary arts classes and 12 in the Single Survival Class. FCCLA will offer more opportunities for our
students to develop leadership skills and join in competitions at state and possibly national levels. FCCLA
has developed lesson plans and projects that fit with the FCS curriculum.
     The FCCLA Chapter is presently applying for a grant that would work in combination with the
XCELL! program to have high school students teach elementary students to cook healthy foods. A second
grant/project that we are looking at deals with ―Teen Driver Safety‖. These are community service projects
that will help our school and can be used in the state competitions.
     The Club business will be conducted in monthly meetings during Badger PAWS or at a breakfast
meeting on the last Thursday of the month. Work and committee meetings will be called as needed. The
officers and their roles are dictated in the by-laws. Funds will be managed by Tavia Kohles as the treasurer
supervised by Mrs. Strobbe and held in the school Activity Fund account. Working concessions, after
school snack sales, and a Thanksgiving Pumpkin Pie sale are the fundraisers for now.
     Our minimum number of student members is set at eight. Five students have paid their dues now and
there are 16 more that have signed up and are attending meetings. National dues are $9, state dues are $9,
the members voted to charge $10 for chapter dues for a total of $28. This is the same as FFA.

                            CASCADE CHAPTER OF FAMILY,
                 CAREER AND COMMUNITHY LEADERS OF AMERICA
                                    CHAPTER BYLAWS
    I. Name and Purposes
           Name
                 The name of this chapter is FCCLA and shall be the ―Cascade‖ Chapter of Family
                 Career and Community Leaders of America.
         B. Purpose
              The purposes of this chapter shall be the same as those of the national and state
              organization.

 II. Membership
        Active membership
              Any student who is taking, or has taken a course in home economics, 7-8th grade and has
              paid all applicable dues shall be considered an active member.

 III. Meetings
          1. Meetings will take place each month during the school year to be designated by the
             membership at the first of the year.
         2. The time for the meetings will be designated by the membership at the first of the year.
         3. Meetings are required - unexcused absences are not an option
         4. Being excused from a meeting requires verbal notification to Mrs. Strobbe or the
             President. Only if absent from school that day will you be excused from contacting the
             advisor or President.
         5. Excused absences are:
                          illness (absent from school that day)
                          school practices (athletic, play etc.)
        6. Must attend 2 of 3 regular meeting prior to attending District conference in
             November.
        7. Must attend 5 of 7 regular meeting prior to attending State conference in March.
                                                                                                           7
        8. Recognition ceremonies and installation of officers will be held in late May - as
            designated by the membership.
        9. Pre planning of all regularly scheduled meetings will involve all officers and Mrs. Strobbe.
        10. All members will learn the FCCLA Creed. The FCCLA Creed will be repeated at each
            scheduled meeting.
IV. Officers
       A. Officers will be President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Parliamentarian and
           Student Body Chair.
       B. Duties are as listed on the Officer Duty sheets
       C. Terms of office will run for 1 year (From May till May)
       D. The Vice President will fill the Presidential office if vacated for any reason.
       E. Renominating and holding an election if needed during the school year will handle vacancies in
           all other offices.

 V. Elections
         A. Nominations will be held at the regular April meeting. The nominating committee will
             nominate 1 person per office --- the floor will then be opened to nominations.




                                                                                                          8
          B. The nominee for President shall be at least a 2-year member.
          C. The nominees for all other offices shall be at least a 1-year member.
          D. A person shall be nominated for only one office.
          E. The Parliamentarian elected needs to have taken the Parli Pro course.
          F. All candidates will give a short meaningful prepared speech prior to elections. H.
          Election of officers will be at the regular May meeting.
          I. Voting will be by plurality

  VI. Committees
        A. Special Committees - may be, but not limited to the following:
                 Food Drive, fund-raisers, carnival, in school projects, community projects, dances,
                 candy grams, raffles, subject to approval by the fund raising committee..

         B. Responsibilities of all special committees
                1. Committee head will have at least 2 or 4 other members only.
                2. A notebook will be provided to record role and minutes of meeting.
                3. Committee head will report back at the regular monthly meetings.
                4. Committee head and members will ALL work through to completion of project.

         C. Nominating Committee
               1. Will be composed of present officers for that year.
               2. Will nominate 1 person who they feel is qualified to fill the office.
               3. Members of this committee may choose to nominate themselves

 VII. Finances
         A.State dues are as stated by the state --- $8.00
         B.National dues are as stated by Nationals ---$9.00
         C.Dues of $17.00 will be from this year forward, due by NOV. 1 of each school year. Money will
         be taken out of accounts or paid to the treasurer.
         D.No chapter dues are required.
         E.Graduating member’s money will go into the chapter general fund.
         F.Members who have dropped from active membership for any reason will lose their money.
         This money will go into the chapter general fund and is not refundable to the member if they
         choose to become an active member again.
         G. Money will be paid out of the general fund, at whatever rate is set by the state, to the district
         who has the district President. This money is to help with national expenses.
         H.Delegate District Conference fees will be paid for out of the delegates account or paid in full
         to the treasurer. Money is not refundable.
         I.State delegates fees/registration money will be paid for out of delegate accounts or paid in full
         to the treasurer. Money is not refundable.
         J.Recognition letters and medals will be paid for by the chapter general fund.
         K.Officer pins and guards will be paid for by the chapter general fund.
         L.First year membership pins will be paid for by the chapter general fund
         M. Registration fees for Mrs. Strobbe for state and nationals will be paid for by the general
                        fund.
         N. Members are not allowed to draw from other members accounts.

VIII. Lettering
     A.Members who letter will receive a block letter ---- black C on a gold background.
     B. Members who letter will receive a gold FCCLA medal
     C.Members who have obtained athletic letters will receive a gold FCCLA medal.
     D.Lettering requirements are as follows: (All 6 requirements must be achieved.)

                                                                                                            9
                 1. Attend district conference in November
                 2. Attend state conference in March and medal in an event
                 3. Attend 7/9 regular monthly meetings
            E.   Actively participate in at least ONE of the FOUR chapter goals that are set for the
                 chapter at the beginning of the year.
            F.   Work on at least ONE committee during the year. (goal or special committee)
            G.   Work at the carnival (donate 1 cake and baked goods)
            H.   Lettering will fall to the advisors discretion.

IX. Amendments to the Bylaws
         Amendments to the bylaws will take place during a regular specified meeting as decided by
officers.

X. Parliamentary Authority
               The rules found in Robert's Rules of Order, Newly Revised, will govern the business
               meetings of the chapter where appropriate.

        Superintendent Recommendation: Approve expanding FCCLA to include high school
        students only under the following parameters:
               1. That FCCLA assume the JH-FCCLA Activity Fund account and no additional
               money be deposited.
               2. The high school club must be financially self-sufficient. Other than the
               negotiated $500 advisor stipend and substitute teacher coverage, no additional
               district General Fund monies have been budgeted for FY2010-2011; this includes
               but is not limited to money for transportation, supplies, materials, registration fees.


        C. Consent Agenda

                           Presented by: June Sprout, Lucinda Woodland
                           Attachments: 1. Approval of Minutes Regular October 19, 2010 meeting
                                        2. Business Claims
                                        3. Petty Cash Report
                                        4. Student Activity Account
                                        5. Request for new Student Activity Account
                                        6. Substitute List
                                        7. Student Attendance Agreements

        Facts to Consider: See below.

        Superintendent Recommendation: Approve the Consent Agenda

       1. Approval of Minutes Regular October 19, 2010 meeting
                                                                                                       draft
                                             Regular Board Meeting
                                         Cascade School Board of Trustees
                                          Cascade Public School Board Room
                                                                                                               10
                          321 Central Avenue West, Cascade, MT 59421
                                   October 19, 2010 - 6:00 pm

Board Members Present –
Elementary Board                       High School Board
Becky Smith – Board Chair              Becky Smith – Board Chair
Rick Cummings-Vice Chair               Rick Cummings-Vice Chair
Shelley Crossland                      Shelley Crossland
Brad Newcomb                           Brad Newcomb
                                       Todd Mortag

Not Present - Shane Ludvigson and Bob Oliver

Others Present – June Sprout– Superintendent, Lucinda Woodland-District Clerk, Darcy Schwindt-
Teacher Representative

Becky Smith - Board Chair called the Board of Trustees’ meeting to order at 6:04 p.m. No public
comments on non-agenda items.

Presentation - Curriculum and Golden Triangle Curriculum Cooperative (GTCC) by Diana
Knudsen, GTCC Director. Diana introduced the board to the advantages of belonging to a
curriculum cooperative and the services available to Cascade School.

Old Business (A)
        Becky Smith called for an executive session to address a Student Attendance Issue.
At the conclusion of executive session, Brad Newcomb moved, seconded by Rick Cummings to
agree to exceptions of attendance policy for this student pending successful completion of
options presented. Passed unanimously.

Student Council Report
       Student Council was not ready at this time to make a presentation

New Business (A)
A.    Recommendation for Hire: Science Fair Advisor – Rick Cummings moved, seconded by
      Shelley Crossland to approve Ashley McGrath as Science Fair Advisor for 2010-2011
      and Pat Von Stein as assistant. Passed Unanimously
B.    Recommendations for Hire: Basketball and Wrestling Coaches – Shelley Crossland moved,
      seconded by Todd Mortag to approve the coaches listed below for the 2010-2011 school
      year. Passed Unanimously
              TJ Iron Bear           Assistant High School Boys’ Basketball Coach
              Conrad Duffy           Assistant High School Wrestling Coach
              Chuck Cloud            Assistant Junior High School Boys’ Basketball Coach

C.     Recommendation for Hire: Kitchen Staff – Rick Cummings moved, seconded by Brad
       Newcomb to approve the hiring of Kathy Wade for salad bar and general kitchen
       assistant. Passed Unanimously
D.     Resolution for change in District Signatures – Brad Newcomb moved, seconded by Todd
       Mortag to approve the resolution to change district signatures. Passed Unanimously
                                                                                            11
        E.       Consent Agenda – Rick Cummings moved, seconded by Brad Newcomb to accept the
                 consent agenda. Passed Unanimously
                 1.     Approval of Minutes Regular Meeting September 21, 2010 meeting
                 2.     Approval of Minutes Special Board Meeting October 12, 2010
                 3.     Business Claims (#3436-3510)
                 4.     Petty Cash Report
                 5.     Student Activity Account

        Superintendent Report – (I)
        A.     Budget Reports
        B.     Utility Reports
        C.     Enrollment Data
        D.     XCELL! September Report

        Announcements
           1.    Junior High Volleyball Tournament, Cascade on October 15-16
           2.    MCEL annual meetings and conference, Billings, MT, October 20-22
           3.    MTSBA sponsored School Law and Technology Symposium, Helena, MT, Nov. 29-30
           4.    MEA State Convention in Helena, MT, October 21-22
           5.    State Cross Country Meet, Helena, MT, October 23
           6.    National FFA Convention, Indianapolis, IN, October 19-24
           7.    High School District Volleyball Tournament, Choteau, MT on October 28-30

        7:44     Rick Cummings moved, seconded by Brad Newcomb to adjourn. Passed Unanimously

        ________________________________                    ________________________________
        Becky Smith, Board Chair                                   ATTEST: Lucinda Woodland, Clerk
        Date Signed _____________________

2.   Business Claims and Warrants
Run Date: 10/20/10 08:32               Cascade Public School                               Page: 1
APPAYER 5.1 97.02                    Payables List                                    Ini: lwoodlan

                             Invoice Discount Net      Posting    Non-discount Invoice
Vendor # Entry# Claim PO # Invoice #           Date Date Date Date Check              Amount     Amount
                                  Account                                 1099
00002252 Stockmens Bank
      000001 1                       10/20/10 10/20/10       10/20/10         0.00 3,750.00
           HSP initial JS, JW, NT, DS, PS       201-100-1000-260               0.00     3,750.00 0
00003308 Montana Federal Credit Union
      000002 2                       10/20/10 10/20/10       10/20/10         0.00 1,300.00
           HSP initial SC                201-100-1000-260               0.00     1,300.00 0
                                  Grand Totals                        5,050.00
                                TOTALS
  --------- -----------          -----------
  201       General Fund                  5,050.00

                 GRAND TOTAL          5,050.00

Run Date: 11/12/10 14:02               Cascade Public School                               Page: 1
APPAYER 5.1 97.02                    Payables List                                    Ini: lwoodlan
                                                                                                          12
00000006 A&I Distributors
     000001 1              1968131      11/11/10 11/11/10       11/11/10             0.00   1,265.68
         oil, antifreeze, coolant       110-100-2700-610                   0.00       632.84 0
         oil, antifreeze, coolant       210-100-2700-610                   0.00       632.84 0

00003876 Amsan Custodial Supply
     000002 2             233318880      11/11/10 11/11/10       11/11/10               0.00    867.05
         can liners, freshner           101-100-2600-610                0.00           500.00 0
         can liners, freshner           201-100-2600-610                0.00           367.05 0

00003876 Amsan Custodial Supply
     000003 2              233221142   11/11/10 11/11/10         11/11/10             0.00   154.60
         liners, floor sealer        201-100-2600-610                  0.00         154.60 0

00003994 AWARE Inc.
     000004 3                        11/11/10 11/11/10     11/11/10              0.00 19,357.90
         medicaid remittances              115-100-2100-330-555                 0.00  19,357.90 0

00002190 Bargreen Ellingson
     000005 4           001011056    11/11/10 11/11/10           11/11/10             0.00       87.63
         baking pan               112-910-3100-610                    0.00          87.63 0

00004519 Broken Spoke Ranch
     000006 5         165             11/11/10 11/11/10       11/11/10             0.00    202.67
         hamburger                     112-910-3100-610                  0.00       202.67 0

00003889 BRUCO Inc.
     000007 6             279806        11/11/10 11/11/10      11/11/10             0.00    287.46
         dish detergent, rinse           112-910-3100-610                  0.00      287.46 0

00003101 Cascade County Treasurer
     000008 7                       11/11/10 11/11/10     11/11/10              0.00       1,208.90
         solid waste permit 1st half       101-100-2600-431                  0.00         604.45 0
         solid waste permit 2nd half        201-100-2600-431                  0.00         604.45 0

00000092 Cascade Courier
     000009 8                        11/11/10 11/11/10    11/11/10        0.00     350.00
         Ketochi printing                201-100-1000-550            0.00     300.00 7
         subscription                  101-100-2220-650            0.00      25.00 7
         subscription                  201-100-2300-650            0.00      25.00 7

00001092 Cascade High School
     000010 9                     11/11/10 11/11/10     11/11/10                 0.00       84.00
         MJ travel to Conrad for FB       201-100-2300-582                      0.00        84.00 0

00002449 Cascade School Lunch
     000011 10                       11/11/10 11/11/10     11/11/10             0.00    40.00
         brd mtg refreshments             201-100-2300-610                  0.00     40.00 0

00002449 Cascade School Lunch
        000012 11                        11/11/10 11/11/10      11/11/10                0.00    300.60
        administrator meals               101-100-2400-610                 0.00          300.60 0

00002108 Sam's Club Discover
     000013 12                       11/11/10 11/11/10       11/11/10             0.00      101.86
                                                                                                         13
         teaching aides             101-100-2220-610                    0.00          101.86 0

00000764 Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc.
     000014 13         5249485827 11/11/10 11/11/10             11/11/10                 0.00          725.00
         food supplies              112-910-3100-610                 0.00             725.00 0

00004472 Combs, Debbie
     000015 14                    11/11/10 11/11/10     11/11/10                    0.00       45.89
         art supplies              101-100-1000-610-00-513                   0.00          45.89 0

00004585 Comdata
     000016 15                    11/11/10 11/11/10    11/11/10           0.00     6,024.19
         bus fuel                 110-100-2700-624              0.00     2,249.23 0
         bus fuel                 210-100-2700-624              0.00     2,249.23 0
         admin travel fuel           101-100-2300-582               0.00       90.00 0
         admin travel fuel           201-100-2300-582               0.00       90.00 0
         XCELL field trips            115-434-1000-582-00-009            0.00      144.81 0
         HS activities             201-710-3400-582               0.00      300.72 0
         HS athletics              201-720-3500-582               0.00      634.39 0
         JH athletics              101-720-3500-582              0.00       61.69 0
         mower gas                  101-100-2600-610               0.00       29.02 0
         custodial fuel            201-100-2600-582               0.00      175.10 0

00000506 Cotton, Ty Roger
     000017 16                    11/11/10 11/11/10     11/11/10                 0.00         200.00
         JMG holiday care package         215-298-1000-610                      0.00          200.00 0

00002020 Crescent Electric Supply Co.
     000018 17           35507711      11/11/10 11/11/10       11/11/10                 0.00      208.44
         lightbulbs                101-100-2600-610                0.00              208.44 0

00002020 Crescent Electric Supply Co.
     000019 17           65508325      11/11/10 11/11/10       11/11/10                  0.00     222.30
         ballasts                 201-100-2600-610                0.00              222.30 0

00003987 Culligan
     000020 18                    11/11/10 11/11/10        11/11/10                 0.00     129.00
         eqpmt rental               101-100-2600-452                   0.00            47.00 0
         rental service            201-100-2600-452                    0.00           82.00 0

00003724 EducationCity Inc
     000021 19                    11/11/10 11/11/10    11/11/10                     0.00     375.00
         online subscription          101-100-2400-610                   0.00           375.00 0

00000916 Eisenzimer, Joann
     000022 20                    11/11/10 11/11/10        11/11/10                 0.00     51.00
         honey                    112-910-3100-610                    0.00           51.00 0

00000855 Energy West
     000023 21                    11/11/10 11/11/10   11/11/10                      0.00    1,064.55
         natural gas service         101-100-2600-411                    0.00           515.72 0
         natural gas service         201-100-2600-411                    0.00           515.71 0
         natural gas service         110-100-2700-411                    0.00            16.56 0
         natural gas service         210-100-2700-411                    0.00            16.56 0

                                                                                                                14
00002244 Farm Plan Corp
     000024 22                        11/11/10 11/11/10    11/11/10              0.00       458.57
         oil filters, battery, brakes     110-100-2700-610               0.00           229.29 0
         oil filters, battery, brakes     210-100-2700-610               0.00           229.28 0

00002047 Food Services of Am.
     000025 23                     11/11/10 11/11/10      11/11/10               0.00    9,705.92
         food supplies               112-910-3100-610                 0.00        9,705.92 0

00003990 Great Falls Ace 10th
     000026 24                    11/11/10 11/11/10    11/11/10                  0.00      61.20
         fogger                   110-100-2700-610             0.00               35.97 0
         towels, screws, rope         201-100-1000-610-00-507                   0.00      25.23 0

00000220 Great Falls Paper Co.
     000027 25                     11/11/10 11/11/10     11/11/10             0.00    167.22
         multifold paper towels         101-100-2600-610                  0.00     167.22 0

00002019 Hamilton Misfeldt & Co. P.C.
     000028 26                   11/11/10 11/11/10        11/11/10               0.00   8,955.00
         auditing services          101-100-2300-330                  0.00         4,477.50 0
         auditing services          201-100-2300-330                  0.00         4,477.50 0

00003647 Home Depot
     000029 27                    11/11/10 11/11/10     11/11/10              0.00    259.99
         hammer set, eyebolt, wood        101-100-2600-610                   0.00    102.50 0
         hammer set, eyebolt, wood        201-100-2600-610                   0.00    102.49 0
         CAT cable                  215-100-1000-610-00-015               0.00     55.00 0

00000165 Interstate Brands Corporation
     000030 28                     11/11/10 11/11/10      11/11/10               0.00    348.00
         food supplies               112-910-3100-610                 0.00         348.00 0

00000309 Johnson Madison
     000031 29                     11/11/10 11/11/10     11/11/10             0.00      65.88
         whiteboard for Ms Hill          201-100-2600-610                  0.00      43.98 0
         lumber                    201-300-1000-610-00-507               0.00      21.90 0

00002422 J.W. Pepper
     000032 30                     11/11/10 11/11/10     11/11/10             0.00    60.00
         Glee music                  201-100-1000-610-00-512              0.00     60.00 0

00002505 Maynard, Renee
     000033 31                     11/11/10 11/11/10     11/11/10                0.00      104.00
         OCT travel for VB              201-100-2300-582                  0.00          104.00 0

00000048 Meadow Gold Great Falls
     000034 32                   11/11/10 11/11/10        11/11/10               0.00    2,468.60
         dairy supplies            112-910-3100-610                   0.00        2,468.60 0

00000914 Montana Broom & Brush Supply
     000035 33             711566 11/11/10 11/11/10           11/11/10              0.00   1,323.68
         liners, sanitary bags    101-100-2600-610                       0.00       661.84 0
         liners, sanitary bags    201-100-2600-610                       0.00       661.84 0

                                                                                                      15
00003309 MT Unified School Trust
     000036 34                   11/11/10 11/11/10    11/11/10                 0.00     28,077.75
         NOV insurance premium           101-100-2600-260                     0.00       1,400.00 0
         NOV insurance premium           201-100-2600-260                     0.00      1,300.00 0
         NOV insurance premium           101-100-1000-260                     0.00      11,000.00 0
         NOV insurance premium           201-100-1000-260                     0.00      5,000.00 0
         NOV insurance premium           201-100-2400-260                     0.00      1,000.00 0
         NOV insurance premium           101-100-2300-260                     0.00        500.00 0
         NOV insurance premium           201-100-2300-260                     0.00        500.00 0
         NOV insurance premium           101-100-2400-260                     0.00      7,377.75 0

00004529 NAEIR
     000037 35            H385455          11/11/10 11/11/10    11/11/10           0.00   120.62
         back to school assortment           201-280-1000-610-00-503           0.00     60.31 0
         back to school assortment           101-100-1000-610-00-513           0.00     60.31 0

00004529 NAEIR
     000038 35            H385639          11/11/10 11/11/10    11/11/10           0.00       42.97
         children's science assortment       201-280-1000-610-00-503            0.00        42.97 0

00004529 NAEIR
     000039 35           H387872           11/11/10 11/11/10    11/11/10           0.00     129.58
         decorative ribbon                101-100-1000-610-00-513          0.00       58.80 0
         Disney DVD assortment                201-280-1000-610-00-503           0.00      44.89 0
         wrench assortment                 201-100-2600-610              0.00       25.89 0

00004529 NAEIR
     000040 35             H388749     11/11/10 11/11/10     11/11/10         0.00     334.09
         human torso model              101-100-1000-610-00-511          0.00      61.05 0
         human torso model              201-100-1000-610-00-511          0.00      61.04 0
         sewing supplies              115-434-1000-610-00-009          0.00      35.33 0
         grinder                   101-100-2600-610              0.00     35.33 0
         grinders, router bits        215-391-1000-610              0.00     141.34 0

00004529 NAEIR
     000041 35            H390364       11/11/10 11/11/10    11/11/10                 0.00     16.97
         craft shapes                115-434-1000-610-00-009          0.00             16.97 0

00004414 NAPA - Cascade
     000042 36        222441            11/11/10 11/11/10    11/11/10             0.00     12.87
         paint, fuse                 201-300-1000-610-00-507          0.00         12.87 0

00002788 National Laundry
     000043 37          21569             11/11/10 11/11/10    11/11/10          0.00    45.98
         mat cleaning                    101-100-2600-440              0.00      45.98 0

00002788 National Laundry
     000044 37          23001             11/11/10 11/11/10    11/11/10           0.00    136.37
         mat cleaning                    201-100-2600-440              0.00      136.37 0

00002788 National Laundry
     000045 37          24406             11/11/10 11/11/10    11/11/10          0.00    45.98
         mat cleaning                    101-100-2600-440             0.00       45.98 0

00002788 National Laundry
                                                                                                       16
     000046 38                        11/11/10 11/11/10    11/11/10               0.00       128.64
         towels, mat cleaning             112-910-3100-610                 0.00          128.64 0

00000400 NORTHWESTERN ENERGY
     000047 39            11/11/10 11/11/10                  11/11/10             0.00    5,280.34
         electric service   101-100-2600-412                            0.00       2,640.17 0
         electric service   201-100-2600-412                            0.00       2,640.17 0

00004402 Office Depot
     000048 40                      11/11/10 11/11/10     11/11/10                0.00  883.67
         batteries                  101-100-1000-610-00-550              0.00       4.06 0
         batteries, binder pockets       201-100-1000-610-00-550               0.00      44.30 0
         index cards, markers, pins       201-280-1000-610-00-503               0.00      128.11 0
         copy paper                   101-100-1000-610-00-550              0.00      353.60 0
         copy paper                   201-100-1000-610-00-550              0.00      353.60 0

00003043 Petty Cash #2
     000049 41                      11/11/10 11/11/10     11/11/10              0.00     789.86
         AM reimb for class pet supply       201-100-1000-610-00-506               0.00      100.86 0
         MER AAUW book sale                  101-100-2220-610-00-514               0.00       75.00 0
         MER AAUW book sale                  201-100-2220-610-00-514               0.00       75.00 0
         non potable water usage          101-100-2600-421                   0.00      195.00 0
         non potable water usage          201-100-2600-421                   0.00      195.00 0
         CD class trip to VB tourney       201-100-1000-610-00-511                0.00      54.00 0
         science class presentation       201-100-1000-582-00-506               0.00      65.00 0
         background check                201-100-2400-350                  0.00       10.00 0
         background check                201-100-2400-350                  0.00       20.00 0

00002098 P J & J Inc.
     000050 42             47270        11/11/10 11/11/10      11/11/10             0.00 1,458.00
         car gate in fence              101-100-2600-460               0.00         729.00 0
         car gate in fence              201-100-2600-460               0.00         729.00 0

00002731 Pitney Bowes
     000051 43                        11/11/10 11/11/10     11/11/10           0.00          190.00
         postage machine rental             101-100-2300-532                0.00           95.00 0
         postage machine rental             201-100-2300-532                0.00           95.00 0

00000603 Pro-Build
     000052 44              1343809      11/11/10 11/11/10      11/11/10              0.00        47.90
         tubs for Fred                 112-910-3100-610               0.00          26.97 0
         rivets, liquid nail           101-100-2600-610               0.00          20.93 0

00000603 Pro-Build
     000053 44             1345313       11/11/10 11/11/10      11/11/10             0.00        17.45
         brush set, tape               201-100-2600-610               0.00          17.45 0

00000603 Pro-Build
     000054 44           1346099         11/11/10 11/11/10      11/11/10                 0.00     69.06
         plumbing supplies               101-100-2600-610                  0.00           69.06 0

00000603 Pro-Build
     000055 44          1348668          11/11/10 11/11/10      11/11/10                 0.00     92.05
         maintenance supplies             201-100-2600-610                  0.00           92.05 0

                                                                                                          17
00000603 Pro-Build
     000056 44            1348069       11/11/10 11/11/10     11/11/10                 0.00     60.91
         robotic supplies              215-391-1000-610-00-102         0.00               60.91 0

00002163 QWEST
     000057 45                       11/11/10 11/11/10    11/11/10              0.00       716.11
         LD phone service                101-100-2300-530               0.00           179.03 0
         LD phone service                201-100-2300-530               0.00           179.03 0
         LD phone service                110-100-2700-530               0.00           179.03 0
         LD phone service                210-100-2700-530               0.00           179.02 0

00000395 Ron Hall Sprinklers
     000058 46                       11/11/10 11/11/10     11/11/10             0.00       545.00
         sprinkler winterization          101-100-2600-440               0.00           272.50 0
         sprinkler winterization          201-100-2600-440               0.00           272.50 0

00003271 Safelite Autoglass
     000059 47              950556      11/11/10 11/11/10      11/11/10           0.00    50.00
         class installation            210-100-2700-440               0.00        50.00 0

00002108 Sam's Club Discover
     000060 48                     11/11/10 11/11/10       11/11/10          0.00     7,793.11
         DM lunch dist VB                 201-100-2400-582              0.00         9.45 0
         DM lunch Reg 2 princ mtg            201-100-2400-582               0.00         9.50 0
         JS lunch sup mtg               201-100-2300-582              0.00        11.45 0
         AM gift card                 101-100-2300-610              0.00        50.00 0
         LW lunch clerks mtg               101-100-2300-582              0.00         9.75 0
         MCEL lunch                     201-100-2300-582              0.00        22.59 0
         MCEL dinner                    101-100-2300-582              0.00        53.35 0
         MCEL lunch                     201-100-2300-582              0.00        26.86 0
         MCEL dinner                    101-100-2300-582              0.00        60.74 0
         laundry detergent              101-100-2600-610              0.00        85.68 0
         chairs for elem lab            101-100-2400-610-00-552           0.00        756.84 0
         chairs for elem lab            115-434-1000-610-00-009           0.00        756.84 0
         positive progress reports        201-100-2400-610-00-550            0.00        64.44 0
         pencils                   101-100-2400-610-00-552           0.00        28.71 0
         bookmarks                    101-100-2400-610-00-552           0.00         32.20 0
         MCEL hotel JS, RC, LW               201-100-2300-582               0.00        563.82 0
         EXIT signs                   201-100-2600-610              0.00        83.35 0
         5/6th grade books              101-100-1000-640-00-551            0.00       113.71 0
         cell phone service             201-100-2300-531              0.00        30.54 0
         cell phone service             101-100-2400-531              0.00        30.54 0
         cell phone service             201-710-3400-531              0.00        30.54 0
         cell phone service             101-100-2600-531              0.00        30.54 0
         cell phone service             201-100-2400-531              0.00        30.53 0
         overlays                   201-280-1000-610-00-503           0.00        65.90 0
         video camera                  215-391-1000-610-00-102           0.00       114.00 0
         computers                   215-391-1000-610-00-102           0.00        853.07 0
         toner cartridges             215-391-1000-610-00-102           0.00         66.90 0
         desktop computer                201-300-1000-610-00-507           0.00        501.88 0
         classroom supplies              201-300-1000-610-00-507           0.00        358.75 0
         classroom supplies              201-100-1000-610-00-513           0.00      1,186.88 0
         classroom supplies              201-280-1000-610-00-503           0.00        380.54 0
         AMarzolf computer                 201-100-2300-610              0.00      1,359.74 0
         flex funballs               101-100-2400-610-00-552           0.00        13.48 0
                                                                                                        18
00004797 Silver Wolf Enterprises
     000061 49           6611        11/11/10 11/11/10       11/11/10               0.00     34.90
         sound system service           201-100-2400-440                     0.00       34.90 0

00002096 Smith, Becky
     000062 50                    11/11/10 11/11/10    11/11/10                  0.00       49.95
         cherry tree for AMarzolf       201-100-2300-610                      0.00        49.95 0

00002106 Staples Credit Plan
     000063 51                     11/11/10 11/11/10     11/11/10               0.00       29.99
         VGA monitor                   215-100-1000-610-00-015                0.00        29.99 0

00003745 Steel Etc Holding Company
     000064 52                  11/11/10 11/11/10          11/11/10              0.00       12.00
         steel                 101-100-2600-610                   0.00          12.00 0

00000561 Superior Business Equipment
     000065 53           36339A      11/11/10 11/11/10        11/11/10               0.00      36.00
         toner cartridge          101-100-2400-610                   0.00           36.00 0

00000561 Superior Business Equipment
     000066 53            020602     11/11/10 11/11/10        11/11/10        0.00     744.60
         copies                  101-100-1000-550                 0.00     215.00 0
         contract base rate         201-100-1000-440                  0.00    529.60 0

00000616 Sysco Food Services of Montana
     000067 54                   11/11/10 11/11/10         11/11/10             0.00    2,472.79
         food supplies             112-910-3100-610                    0.00      2,472.79 0

00000944 Toms Market
     000068 55                     11/11/10 11/11/10     11/11/10          0.00     322.65
         food supplies               201-100-1000-610-00-509           0.00      267.84 0
        TP, duct tape                101-100-2600-610              0.00       22.09 0
         experiment supplies            101-100-1000-610-00-506           0.00      27.72 0
         receipt fee               101-100-2300-610               0.00       5.00 0

00000944 Toms Market
     000069 56                     11/11/10 11/11/10       11/11/10             0.00    216.14
         food supplies               112-910-3100-610                  0.00       216.14 0

00000505 Town of Cascade
     000070 57                     11/11/10 11/11/10       11/11/10             0.00   2,068.31
         water utility              101-100-2600-421                  0.00       676.53 0
         water utility              201-100-2600-421                  0.00       676.53 0
         water utility              110-100-2700-421                  0.00       357.63 0
         water utility              210-100-2700-421                  0.00       357.62 0

00000505 Town of Cascade
     000071 58                     11/11/10 11/11/10    11/11/10                 0.00       60.00
         non potable water usage         201-100-2600-421                     0.00        60.00 0

00003100 Trophies Express
     000072 59                     11/11/10 11/11/10    11/11/10                 0.00       26.05
         NO PARKING signs                 201-100-2600-610                     0.00        26.05 0

                                                                                                       19
 00002726 Whalen Tire
      000073 60                          11/11/10 11/11/10     11/11/10           0.00    1,325.95
          tires, alignment                 110-100-2700-610               0.00       662.98 0
          tires, alignment                 210-100-2700-610               0.00       662.97 0

 00000578 LaLiberty, Frank
      000074 61                          11/11/10 11/11/10     11/11/10         0.00    33.12
          reimb fuel in school car            201-100-2300-582              0.00     33.12 0

 00004389 Gay, Lou Ann
      000075 62                          11/11/10 11/11/10    11/11/10             0.00    96.23
          reimb for MCEL room                   101-100-2400-582                 0.00     96.23 0

 00002172 Larsen, Fred
      000076 63                     11/11/10 11/11/10     11/11/10                0.00     60.72
          reimb for propane, wood, notes     112-910-3100-610                     0.00     60.72 0

 00000219 MCEL
      000077 64                         11/11/10 11/11/10     11/11/10         0.00    645.00
          conference registration            101-100-2300-582              0.00     322.50 0
          conference registration            201-100-2300-582              0.00     322.50 0
                                      Grand Totals                    112,651.46

                                   TOTALS
   ---------   -----------          -----------
   101         General Fund                 36,210.89
   110         Transportation fund              4,363.53
   112         Food Services                16,781.54
   115         Federal Programs               20,311.85
   201         General Fund                 29,084.92
   210         Transportation Fund               4,377.52
   215         Federal Programs                 1,521.21

                         GRAND TOTAL           112,651.46


 3. Petty Cash Report
                   Cascade School District #3&B
                   Balance Sheet - Petty Cash #2

Balance            9/30/2010                                                                                      $1,980.56

Credits            10/18/10 Mesaros                                deposit health insurance/Sharon Stevens         $200.00
                   10/20/10 Pink Out                               breast cancer fundraiser VB                      $60.23
                   10/20/10 CHS                                    general fund reimbursement                       $88.62
                   10/29/10 LeVeque                                lunch/activity card money                        $75.00

Debits             service charge                                                                                    -$2.92
                   2171 MT Criminal Records                        fingerprints/background check                    -$20.00
                   2172 Sharon Stevens                             health insurance/money in/out                   -$200.00
                   2174 Mary Ellen Romenesko                       AAUW book sale                                  -$150.00
                   2175 Town of Cascade                            non potable water usage                         -$390.00

                                                                                                             20
                 2177 CHS Lunch                                       LeVeque lunch money                                           -$50.00

                 9/30/2010                                            Bank Statement Balance                                      $1,591.49

                                                                                Outstanding Checks & Receipts

Check #          2173     Ashley McGrath                              reimb for science class pet supplies                         -$100.86
                 2176     Sletten Cancer Institute                    breast cancer fundraiser VB                                   -$60.23
                 2178     CHS                                         LeVeque activity card                                         -$25.00
                 2179     Choteau High School                         Duffy's class FT to Dist VB tourney                           -$54.00
                 2180     Jessica Jones                               mileage reimb science class guest presenter                   -$65.00

Receipts         11/3/10 leftover money                               Duffy's class FT to Dist VB tourney                           $12.00

                                                                      Checkbook Balance                                           $1,298.40




                 Lucinda Woodland, District Clerk
                 11/12/2010



           4. Student Activity Fund
           Run Date: 11/09/10 10:15                     Cascade Public School                                 Page: 1
           SAACTIV 5.1 03.12                         Activity Transaction                                   Ini: l woodlan

           Starting Date: 10/01/10      Ending Date: 11/09/10

                                    -------- Cash On Hand --------- ---------------- Bank Balance --------------
           Student Activity       Total       --------- Investments --------- Beg Bal Deposited Expended
           Nbr Name              Assets       Beg Bal Current End Bal Transfered Interest Adjusted End Bal

            1 Annual                       0.00       0.00       0.00 8,483.66       900.00      0.00
                          9,383.66        0.00       0.00       0.00      0.00     0.00      0.00 9,383.66
            2 Athletics                    0.00       0.00       0.00 11,500.78 5,886.99 -6,618.57
                          10,769.20        0.00       0.00       0.00      0.00     0.00      0.00 10,769.20
            3 BPA                         0.00       0.00       0.00     791.31 9,169.53 -514.50
                        9,346.74          0.00       0.00       0.00      5.40     0.00 -105.00 9,346.74
            4 Cheer/Pep Club                   0.00       0.00       0.00 164.01        192.83 -314.82
                           42.02         0.00       0.00       0.00      0.00     0.00      0.00      42.02
            5 Band                        0.00       0.00       0.00 2,303.73       471.50 -677.43
                        2,097.80          0.00       0.00       0.00      0.00     0.00      0.00 2,097.80
            6 Art & Dance Club                  0.00       0.00       0.00     13.40      0.00      0.00
                           13.40         0.00       0.00       0.00      0.00     0.00      0.00      13.40
            7 Choir                       0.00       0.00       0.00     61.29     0.00      0.00
                           61.29         0.00       0.00       0.00      0.00     0.00      0.00      61.29
            8 6-7-8th Grade                   0.00       0.00       0.00    303.52      0.00      0.00
                          303.52         0.00       0.00        0.00      0.00     0.00      0.00 303.52
            9 Scholarship                   0.00       0.00       0.00 2,836.65        0.00      0.00
                        2,836.65          0.00       0.00       0.00      0.00     0.00       0.00 2,836.65
           10 HS Volleyball                    0.00       0.00       0.00 112.70        16.00     -35.97
                                                                                                                             21
                92.73   0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00       92.73
11 JH FCCLA                    0.00       0.00        0.00 218.74             140.00 -164.00
               194.74    0.00       0.00        0.00         0.00       0.00         0.00 194.74
12 HS Boys' BB                 0.00        0.00        0.00 238.23              0.00        0.00
               238.23    0.00       0.00        0.00         0.00       0.00         0.00 238.23
13 Concessions                0.00       0.00        0.00       190.37 7,532.50 -2,705.93
             5,016.94     0.00       0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00         0.00 5,016.94
14 Drama                   0.00        0.00        0.00 823.92              0.00         0.00
               823.92    0.00       0.00        0.00         0.00       0.00         0.00 823.92
15 FFA                    0.00        0.00        0.00 1,585.51 6,807.40 -7,578.20
               814.71    0.00       0.00        0.00         0.00       0.00         0.00 814.71
16 Class of 2012              0.00       0.00        0.00       870.56         0.00        0.00
               870.56    0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00 870.56
17 XCELL                     0.00       0.00        0.00 7,990.71 281.80 -617.72
             7,654.79     0.00       0.00        0.00        0.00         0.00        0.00 7,654.79
18 Elem Earn & Learn              0.00        0.00        0.00      607.10         0.00 -293.56
               308.14    0.00       0.00        0.00        -5.40        0.00        0.00      308.14
19 Honor Society               0.00       0.00        0.00 346.41               0.00        0.00
               346.41    0.00       0.00        0.00         0.00       0.00         0.00 346.41
20 Science Club               0.00        0.00        0.00 160.00              0.00        0.00
               160.00    0.00       0.00        0.00         0.00       0.00         0.00 160.00
21 3-4-5th Grade              0.00        0.00        0.00 149.33              0.00        0.00
               149.33    0.00       0.00        0.00         0.00       0.00         0.00 149.33
22 Dest Imag                 0.00       0.00        0.00       164.74         0.00        0.00
               164.74    0.00       0.00        0.00         0.00       0.00         0.00 164.74
23 Tri-Athlete              0.00        0.00        0.00 1,000.00             0.00        0.00
             1,000.00     0.00       0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00         0.00 1,000.00
24 Robotics                 0.00       0.00        0.00 200.00              0.00 -200.00
                0.00    0.00       0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00
25 Revolving                 0.00       0.00        0.00 2,657.79 819.02 -873.02
             2,642.00     0.00       0.00         0.00        0.00       75.97       -37.76 2,642.00
26 PALS (FFA)                  0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00
                0.00    0.00       0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00
27 JH StuCo                  0.00       0.00        0.00       339.20         0.00        0.00
               339.20    0.00       0.00        0.00         0.00       0.00         0.00 339.20
28 Class 2014                0.00       0.00        0.00         0.00      765.00         0.00
               765.00    0.00       0.00        0.00         0.00       0.00         0.00 765.00
29 HS StuCo                  0.00        0.00        0.00      317.63        85.00         0.00
               402.63    0.00       0.00        0.00         0.00       0.00         0.00 402.63
30 Ath of the Yr             0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00
                0.00    0.00       0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00
32 F&CS                     0.00       0.00        0.00 583.06             118.30        -91.32
               610.04    0.00       0.00        0.00         0.00       0.00         0.00 610.04
33 Shop Fund                 0.00        0.00        0.00       77.19        0.00       -89.02
                0.17    0.00       0.00        0.00       12.00         0.00        0.00        0.17
34 Wrestling Co-op              0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00
                0.00    0.00       0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00
35 Jun Honor Society             0.00       0.00        0.00 199.48               0.00        0.00
               199.48    0.00       0.00        0.00         0.00        0.00        0.00 199.48
36 Class of 2011              0.00       0.00        0.00       414.36         0.00        0.00
               414.36    0.00       0.00        0.00         0.00       0.00         0.00      414.36
37 HS Track                  0.00       0.00        0.00        20.84        0.00        0.00
                20.84    0.00       0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00       20.84
38 Athletic Trainer           0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00
                0.00    0.00       0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00        0.00
                                                                                                        22
39 MS Basketball                 0.00       0.00       0.00      0.00       0.00      0.00
               0.00       0.00       0.00       0.00       0.00      0.00      0.00      0.00
40 HS Girls' BB                 0.00       0.00       0.00 386.26           0.00      0.00
              386.26       0.00       0.00       0.00       0.00      0.00       0.00 386.26
41 Pop Machine                   0.00       0.00       0.00 168.15         163.75       0.00
              331.90       0.00       0.00       0.00       0.00      0.00       0.00 331.90
42 Class of 2013                0.00       0.00       0.00     855.92       0.00      0.00
              855.92        0.00       0.00       0.00      0.00      0.00       0.00 855.92
43 JMG                       0.00       0.00       0.00      93.27      0.00       0.00
               93.27       0.00       0.00       0.00       0.00      0.00      0.00     93.27
45 Elem Concession                 0.00       0.00       0.00 1,629.79         0.00      0.00
             1,629.79       0.00       0.00       0.00       0.00      0.00       0.00 1,629.79
46 Class or 2010                0.00       0.00       0.00     293.45       0.00      0.00
              293.45       0.00       0.00       0.00       0.00      0.00       0.00 293.45
47 Counseling                  0.00       0.00       0.00      462.57      91.00 -255.00
              298.57       0.00       0.00       0.00       0.00      0.00       0.00 298.57
48 History Club                0.00       0.00       0.00       86.00      0.00      0.00
               74.00       0.00       0.00       0.00     -12.00       0.00      0.00     74.00

Total >>>               0.00     0.00      0.00 49,701.63 33,440.62 -21,029.06  0.00
                                                           75.97 -142.76 62,046.40


    BANK STATEMENT BALANCE          72,567.60
 plus OUTSTANDING DEPOSITS         1,107.00
 minus OUTSTANDING CHECKS          11,628.20
       ENDING BALANCE        62,046.40
 plus    CASH ON HAND          0.00
 plus INVESTMENT BALANCE             0.00
             ---------------
   BALANCE OF ALL ACCOUNTS          62,046.40


5. Request for new Student Activity Account

Board approval is requested to establish accounts in the Activity Fund for PAWS and Living to
Serve and to rename the Tri-Athlete account.

PAWS account would hold monies earned by working concessions and fundraisers to later be used
for PAWS activities throughout the school. This account would replace the now depleted account of
Athlete of the Year. Frank LaLiberty will be the fund custodian for PAWS.

Living to Serve is a grant given to organizations who are committed to providing community service.
This is a renewable grant to be awarded for the next 3 years, receiving $3500 each year (as long as
funds are available.) Eric Tilleman will be the custodian of these funds.

Athlete of the Year would be combined with the Tri-Athlete account, naming it Tri-Athlete/AOY.
Duane Gebhardt named as fund custodian.

Lucinda Woodland
November 11, 2010
                                                                                                  23
6. Additions to Substitute List

Sub Teacher                                     Kitchen
Name                  T.B./PRINTED              Name               T.B./PRINTED
                                                Bloomquist,
CERTIFIED                                       Lindsay            TB/FP/PH***
Castellanos, Ray      C/FP/TB                   Eddy, Matthew      C/FP/TB
Dachs, Maureen        C/FP/TB                   McSwain, Niki      TB/FP/PH
Eddy, Matthew         C/FP/TB                   Pickens, Kathy     TB/FP/PH
Garoutte, Jane        C/FP/TB                   Wade, Kathy        TB/FP/PH
Hardy, Ben            C/TB/FP                   Custodian
Ludivigson,
Kandra                C/FP                      Name               T.B./PRINTED
Mills, Lesli          C/TB/FP                   Boyd, Weylin       TB/FP
Olson, Brittany       C/TB/FP                   Johnson, Angela    TB/FP/PH
Skogley, Melody       C/T.B.                    McSwain, Niki      TB/FP/PH
Standley, Todd        C/TB/FP                   Murphy, Annette    T.B./FP
                                                Runstrom, Salina   TB/FP/PH
NON-CERTIFIED                                   Bus Drivers
Bennett, John         T.B./FP                   Name               T.B.
Bloomquist,
Lindsay               TB/FP/PH***               Cope, Teddy        T.B./FP
Castellanos, Marie    TB/FP                     Skogley, Jeff      T.B./FP
Long, Wendy           T.B./FP                   Tilleman, Eric     T.B./FP
Marquis, Lorie        T.B.                      Wright, Tammy      T.B./FP
McBride, Karen        T.B./FP                   Secretarial
Mulready, Michael     TBFP                      Name               T.B.
Newcomb, Sharon       T.B./FP                   Skogley, Melody    T.B./FP
Randel, Sue           T.B./FP                   Reidy, Melinda     TB/FP
Reidy, Melinda        TB/FP
Welch, Emily          TB/FP
Wiench, Bob           T.B./FP

***Need Approval by the Trustees
T.B. APPROVED
C - Some teaching certification
FP - FINGERPRINTED
PH - Physical Approved



7. Student Attendance Agreements



Student Attendance Agreements                 2010-11 School Year
Students attending school in Cascade from out of district

Helena School Dist.        R       BA   Grade    Wolf Creek School         R   BA   Grade
                                                                                            24
                                                                Dist.
                                                                Blackman,Raina
Blackman, Loni                             x       x     12     "Jeannie"              x   x     4
Bloomquist, Hannah                         x       x     10     Gregory, Elijah        x   x     4
Gregory, Mya                               x       x      7     Hedden, TJ                       K
Hefner, Timothy                            x       x      9     LaFromboise, Cassy     x   x     5
Infanger, Merle                                           7     Lendrum, Steven P.     x   x     5
LaFromboise, Mariya                        x       x      8     Riphenburg, Zach       x   x     6
Ryan, Cody                                 x       x     11
Wirth, Cody                                x       x      9        Great Falls Dist.   R   BA   Grade
                                                                Briggs, Madeline       x    x     4
    Ulm School Dist.                      R        BA   Grade   Carpenter, Emilee      x          6
Bodgen, Darby                             x         x     8     Carpenter, Jeremey     x          3
Bogden, Ryan                              x         x     3     Maynard, Morgan        x          K
Brown, Taylor                             x               3     Maynard, Paige         x          2
Burk, Lauren                              x        x      6     McGonigal, Evan        x   x      6
Christopherson, Kaitlin                                   K     McGonigal, Molly       x   x     11
Grismer, Lily                                             1     Quinlan, Timothy       x   x      3
Hagan, Preston                             x       x      4     Werner, James          x   x     10
Hagan, Wesley                              x       x      4
Marquis, Connor                            x       x      1      Deep Creek District   R   BA   Grade
Scholten, Aiyana                           x       x      6     Evans, Kyle            x    x     4
Skasick, Katelynn                                         1     Evans, Shaylyn         x    x     2
                                                                Hastings, Preston      x    x     1
Signature is only required on student attendance                Marko, Alexis          x    x     3
agreements if the district of residence will                    Marko, Jacob           x    x     K
be charged for any tuition/transportation costs.




Cascade students attending school in another District
Nelson, Kendra          Centerville           Grade 9
Wright, Dawson          Great Falls           PK

Deep Creek students attend Cascade from 7th grade on
Ulm students attend Cascade School when they are in the 9th grade

"x" student attendance received
R=SAA received
BA=SAA Board Approved
New agreement received since last Bd Mtg



D. Resignation of Board Member

                             Category: Board of Trustees: Resignation
                             Presented by: Lucinda Woodland
                             Attachments: Letter of Resignation
                                                                                                        25
                Facts to Consider: Mr. Bob Oliver has notified clerk Lucinda Woodland of his resignation
                from the Board of Trustees effective immediately. As per policy #1112 ―The Board shall
                accept the resignation at its next regularly scheduled meeting and proceed to fill the
                vacancy…‖ Mr. Oliver was to serve as a trustee through May 2012.

                Board Policy #1113 provides guidance in the event that a trustee position becomes vacant
                before the expiration of a term. ―The trustees shall declare the position vacant and shall fill
                such vacancy by appointment. The Board will receive applications from any qualified
                persons seeking to fill the position after suitable public notice.‖ This Board meeting will
                serve as public notice. The Board has sixty (60) days to appoint a candidate to fill this
                vacancy. The term for the appointee will be through May 2012.

                Superintendent recommendation: Accept Mr. Oliver’s resignation from the Cascade
                Board of Trustees and declare the position vacant.



                Principal Reports I)                                                                                              7:45

                          A. Lou Ann Gay
                          B. Dave Malloy



                Superintendent’s Report (I)
                A. Budget Reports

                October Expenditure Reports
                                                                                                                                          Yearly
2010-2011                                  Elementary                                                                                   Comparisons
General Fund     Beginning      RB/Void                         Ending         Percent
Fund Name         Balance       Check/BA   Disbursements       Balance       Unexpended   09-10%   08-09%   07-08%   06-07%   05-06%        04-05%     03-04%
July            $1,191,469.25                  $38,641.56    $1,152,827.69      96.76%    97.20%   96.10%   96.14%   95.04%   95.00%          93.46%   98.26%
August          $1,152,827.69                  $31,271.90    $1,121,555.79      94.13%    93.02%   93.16%   91.70%   92.14%   91.44%          90.62%   93.16%
September       $1,121,555.79                 $112,676.14   $1,008,879.65       84.68%    84.04%   84.50%   81.72%   82.68%   79.10%          81.41%   84.45%
October        $1,008,879.65               $100,405.13        $908,474.52       76.25%    73.82%   73.43%   73.10%   73.85%   68.55%          70.22%   75.43%
November                                                             $0.00                66.03%   63.83%   64.32%   65.84%   60.80%          61.62%   68.49%
December                                                             $0.00                57.97%   55.48%   56.83%   57.90%   52.40%          51.66%   60.24%
January                                                             $0.00                 52.05%   45.41%   49.01%   50.79%   44.51%          43.63%   53.04%
February                                                             $0.00                45.32%   38.13%   42.15%   41.78%   37.31%          38.20%   44.90%
March                                                                $0.00                36.86%   30.36%   33.92%   36.24%   30.78%          31.46%   38.15%
April                                                               $0.00                 29.01%   23.85%   28.44%   29.18%   24.70%          24.26%   29.87%
May                                                                 $0.00                 20.99%   17.67%    6.43%   20.78%   17.09%          17.23%   22.74%
June                                                                $0.00                 1.02%    0.14%     1.81%    1.02%   0.99%            0.22%    2.25%
Total


                                                                                                                                       26
Fund Name        Beginning      RB/Void                           Ending           Percent
Transportation    Balance       Check/BA       Disbursements      Balance       Unexpended       09-10%    08-09%     07-08%     06-07%     05-06%   04-05%   03-04%
July              $175,885.00                     $11,966.65     $163,918.35        93.20%       92.23%   93.88%      93.09%      90.72%   90.45%    91.08%   95.55%
August            $163,918.35                      $4,946.72     $158,971.63        90.38%       87.76%   92.48%      91.51%      89.47%   86.28%    87.98%   94.04%
September         $158,971.63                     $21,287.25    $137,684.38         78.28%       84.03%   87.04%      86.02%      84.49%   79.99%    82.10%   91.05%
October          $137,684.38                     $14,345.43     $123,338.95         70.12%       76.03%   79.45%      79.76%      77.00%   72.25%    74.71%   85.56%
November                                                               $ 0.00                    69.23%   72.72%      73.97%      67.32%   65.50%    67.48%   79.02%
December                                                               $ 0.00                    62.04%   66.45%      67.09%      59.56%   57.85%    56.71%   72.00%
January                                                               $ 0.00                     52.57%   59.22%      61.50%      53.29%   47.96%    50.23%   65.09%
February                                                              $ 0.00                     45.47%   53.89%      52.71%      43.68%   44.44%    39.10%   57.35%
March                                                                 $ 0.00                     39.18%   48.92%      46.18%      37.71%   17.15%    34.09%   48.85%
April                                                                 $ 0.00                     29.99%   43.61%      40.50%      30.58%    8.95%    26.72%   41.88%
May                                                                   $ 0.00                     25.21%   34.56%      30.15%      21.34%   22.52%    15.82%   34.36%
June                                                                  $ 0.00                     15.90%   22.48%      24.39%       4.53%    3.80%     3.87%   24.42%
Total


Fund Name        Beginning      RB/Void                          Ending           Percent
Retirement        Balance       Check/BA       Disbursements     Balance        Unexpended      09-10%    08-09%     07-08%      06-07%    05-06%    04-05%   03-04%


July              $160,000.00                      $3,285.79     $156,714.21       97.95%       98.18%    97.85%      98.35%     98.23%    98.35%    97.87%   100.00%
August            $156,741.21                      $2,925.38     $153,788.83       96.12%       96.87%    96.62%      97.13%     97.25%    97.02%    96.90%   98.93%
September         $153,788.83                     $12,171.03    $141,617.80        88.51%       90.25%    88.67%      88.95%     89.90%    89.65%    90.77%   92.11%
October          $141,617.80                     $13,898.20     $127,719.60        79.82%       81.08%    79.61%      80.81%     81.44%    80.63%    83.07%   85.19%
November                                                               $ 0.00                   74.22%    71.06%      72.82%     73.29%    72.85%    76.01%   77.01%
December                                                              $ 0.00                    66.12%    62.03%      64.96%     66.11%    64.09%    68.40%   68.94%
January                                                               $ 0.00                    59.37%    53.57%      58.28%     58.77%    56.14%    61.62%   56.27%
February                                                              $ 0.00                    52.89%    47.58%      51.80%     51.01%    49.03%    58.05%   48.09%
March                                                                  $ 0.00                   43.28%    38.95%      45.25%     45.66%    41.60%    51.06%    4.02%
April                                                                  $ 0.00                   34.44%    31.84%      39.60%     38.65%    36.28%    45.48%   31.57%
May                                                                    $ 0.00                   25.51%    23.68%      14.64%     30.65%    27.87%    39.06%   24.38%
June                                                                   $ 0.00                    2.34%    3.37%       20.60%     10.70%    7.67%     23.12%   14.02%



                                                  Beginning        RB/Void                          Ending            Percent
                                  Fund Name        Balance         Check/BA      Disbursed          Balance         Unexpended
                                 Bus Depreciation
                                 July              $28,130.00                          $0.00        $28,130.00        100.00%
                                 August            $28,130.00                          $0.00        $28,130.00        100.00%
                                 September         $28,130.00                         $0.00         $28,130.00        100.00%
                                 October           $28,130.00                         $0.00         $28,130.00        100.00%
                                 November                                             $0.00
                                 December                                              $0.00
                                 January                                               $0.00
                                 February                                              $0.00
                                 March                                                 $0.00
                                 April                                                $0.00
                                 May                                                  $0.00
                                 June                                                  $0.00
                                 Total


                                            Fund Name      Beginning       RB/Void                          Ending
                                           Tuition          Balance        Check/BA         Disbursed       Balance
                                           July              $2,011.83                          $0.00        $2,011.83

                                                                                                                                                27
                                     August              $2,011.83                     $0.00             $2,011.83
                                     September           $2,011.83                    $0.00              $2,011.83
                                     October            $2,011.83                     $0.00              $2,011.83
                                     November                                          $0.00
                                     December                                          $0.00
                                     January                                           $0.00
                                     February                                          $0.00
                                     March                                             $0.00
                                     April                                             $0.00
                                     May                                              $0.00
                                     June                                             $0.00
                                     Total                               $0.00         $0.00


                                      Fund Name       Beginning      RB/Void                         Ending
                                     Technology        Balance       Check/BA     Disbursed          Balance
                                     July              $30,814.91                       $0.00        $30,814.91
                                     August            $30,814.91                       $0.00        $30,814.91
                                     September         $30,814.91                 $7,275.00          $23,539.91
                                     October           $23,539.91                 $2,508.00          $21,031.91
                                     November                                          $0.00
                                     December                                          $0.00
                                     January                                            $0.00
                                     February                                           $0.00
                                     March                                              $0.00
                                     April                                             $0.00
                                     May                                               $0.00
                                     June                                              $0.00
                                     Total                                              $0.00


                                      Fund Name      Beginning       RB/Void                         Ending
                                     Debt
                                     Service          Balance        Check/BA     Disbursed          Balance
                                     July             $216,257.50                      $0.00        $216,257.50
                                     August           $216,257.50                   $550.00         $215,707.50
                                     September        $216,257.50                     $0.00         $215,707.50
                                     October         $215,707.50                      $0.00         $215,707.50
                                     November
                                     December
                                     January
                                     February
                                     March
                                     April
                                     May
                                     June
                                     Total


2010-2011 SCHOOL YEAR                HS Budget
General
                                                                                                                                         Yearly
Fund        Beginning      RB/Void                     Ending          Percent                                                         Comparisons
  Fund
  Name       Balance      Check/BA   Disbursements     Balance       Unexpended     09-10%      08-09%     07-08%    06-07%   05-06%      04-05%       03-04%


July      $1,223,501.60   $125.00      $426,979.73   $1,196,646.87       97.81%     96.60%      96.63%      96.00%   94.14%   95.12%          92.04%     97.65%
August    $1,196,646.87   $257.00       $41,513.04   $1,155,390.83       94.43%     94.12%      92.78%      91.91%   90.24%   90.90%          89.50%     93.26%

                                                                                                                                         28
September     $1,155,390.83         $0.00      $114,085.08   $1,041,305.75          85.11%       84.60%      83.61%       82.20%        82.00%      82.68%                  81.38%             83.89%
October       $1,041,305.75                    $136,454.70    $904,851.05           73.96%       72.96%      73.72%       72.85%        73.81%      73.37%                  72.31%             74.92%
November                                                                                         63.55%      65.37%       64.98%        65.20%      66.50%                  64.63%             69.32%
December                                                                                         53.62%      57.35%       55.84%        54.90%      57.16%                  56.90%             60.57%
January                                                                                          46.29%      48.83%       49.39%        47.63%      49.29%                  49.76%             53.45%
February                                                                                         38.78%      42.31%       41.40%        38.68%      39.57%                  41.35%             43.85%
March                                                                                            30.72%      34.49%       32.30%        32.23%      32.88%                  34.53%             37.29%
April                                                                                            24.45%      26.15%       25.24%        25.44%      24.18%                  26.68%             29.47%
May                                                                                              18.61%      18.14%          5.94%      17.06%      17.78%                  17.65%             22.87%
June                                                                                             1.09%        0.25%          1.32%      72.00%       1.69%                   0.78%             3.90%
Total



    Fund Name        Beginning       RB/Void                           Ending           Percent
    Transportation     Balance       Check/BA      Disbursements       Balance        Unexpended          09-10%      08-09%         07-08%      06-07%      05-06%        04-05%     03-04%
    July              $225,500.00                      $12,270.08     $213,229.92         94.56%      93.78%        90.71%           93.34%   91.88%      92.18%           93.86%    96.97%
    August            $213,229.92                       $7,531.95     $205,697.95         91.22%      88.27%        89.73%           91.98%   90.77%      88.69%           91.70%    95.91%
    September         $205,697.95                      $14,318.71     $191,379.24         84.87%      84.93%        84.67%           87.83%   86.64%      83.48%           87.24%    93.81%
    October          $191,379.24                      $20,224.00      $171,155.24         75.90%      77.30%        76.15%           81.79%   80.48%      75.92%           80.29%    88.02%
    November                                                                                          70.48%        68.37%           75.79%   73.61%      68.86%           74.50%    82.95%
    December                                                                                          63.64%        61.79%           69.17%   65.29%      61.61%           65.87%    77.72%
    January                                                                                           55.26%        53.60%           63.84%   59.45%      53.67%           60.77%    72.62%
    February                                                                                          45.56%        46.67%           55.50%   51.81%      43.09%           51.59%    65.67%
    March                                                                                             39.29%        39.80%           43.92%   43.30%      35.69%           46.45%    59.50%
    April                                                                                             28.34%        32.75%           38.11%   34.56%      27.66%           40.63%    52.98%
    May                                                                                               20.00%        23.10%           24.30%   20.38%      19.81%           29.90%    47.40%
    June                                                                                                  8.13%       8.79%          13.20%      5.29%       3.61%         19.66%    37.69%
    Total


       Fund
       Name          Beginning      RB/Void                            Ending          Percent
     Retirement       Balance       Check/BA      Disbursements        Balance       Unexpended       09-10%        08-09%       07-08%       06-07%      05-06%           04-05%    03-04%
     July            $138,000.00                      $2,282.79       $135,717.21        98.35%      97.32%         96.73%        98.15%      98.00%      98.50%           97.48%    100.00%
     August          $135,717.21                      $2,748.12       $132,969.00        96.35%      95.23%         94.65%        96.28%      96.46%      96.71%           96.34%    98.86%
     September       $132,969.00                      $11,980.50      $120,988.59        87.67%      87.09%         87.26%        89.68%      90.01%      89.95%           91.94%    92.38%
     October         $120,988.59                     $14,285.91       $106,702.68        77.32%      76.51%         77.94%        80.97%      82.42%      81.08%           86.01%    82.00%
     November                                                                                        67.25%         69.64%        72.34%      74.79%      75.10%           81.21%    77.03%
     December                                                                                        57.02%         60.79%        63.03%      66.30%      67.02%           75.54%    69.60%
     January                                                                                         48.38%         52.90%        57.44%      59.44%      60.05%           70.80%    63.27%
     February                                                                                        40.23%         47.05%        49.88%      51.20%      52.02%           64.97%    55.56%
     March                                                                                           32.51%         38.23%        40.83%      44.28%      44.77%           59.59%    48.73%
     April                                                                                           24.74%         29.61%        33.94%      38.24%      37.70%           54.58%    41.70%
     May                                                                                             18.56%         20.78%        13.21%      30.41%      31.11%           48.40%    35.40%
     June                                                                                             0.96%         0.61%            9.41%    13.66%      15.82%           34.63%    11.26%
     Total




                                                       Beginning       RB/Void                            Ending               Percent
                                          Fund
                                         Name           Balance       Check/BA       Disbursed            Balance         Unexpend
                                        Bus Depreciation
                                        July             $27,917.00                      $0.00            $27,917.90           100.00%

                                                                                                                                                                      29
August          $27,917.00                  $0.00   $27,917.90    100.00%
September       $27,917.90                  $0.00   $27,917.90    100.00%
October        $27,917.90                   $0.00   $27,917.90    100.00%
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
Total

               Beginning     RB/Void                Ending        Percent
  Fund
 Name           Balance      Check/BA   Disbursed   Balance      Unexpend
Tuition                       (or JV)
July             $1,243.60              $1,243.60        $0.00      0.00%
August               $0.00                  $0.00                   0.00%
September            $0.00                  $0.00                   0.00%
October              $0.00                  $0.00                   0.00%
November                                    $0.00                   0.00%
December                                    $0.00                   0.00%
January                                     $0.00                   0.00%
February                                    $0.00                   0.00%
March                                       $0.00                   0.00%
April                                       $0.00                   0.00%
May                                         $0.00                   0.00%
June                                       $0.00                    0.00%
Total                                   $1,243.60

               Beginning     RB/Void                Ending        Percent
   Fund
  Name          Balance      Check/BA   Disbursed   Balance      Unexpend
Technology                    (or JV)
July            $11,697.96                  $0.00   $11,697.96    100.00%
August          $11,697.96                  $0.00   $11,697.96    100.00%
September       $11,697.96              $2,597.73    $9,100.23     77.79%
October         $9,100.23                   $0.00    $9,100.23     77.79%
November                                    $0.00                   0.00%
December                                    $0.00                   0.00%
January                                     $0.00                   0.00%
February                                    $0.00                   0.00%
March                                       $0.00                   0.00%
April                                       $0.00                   0.00%
May                                         $0.00                   0.00%
June                                        $0.00                   0.00%
Total                           $0.00       $0.00


               Beginning     RB/Void                Ending        Percent
  Fund
  Name          Balance      Check/BA   Disbursed   Balance      Unexpend
Debt Service                  (or JV)
                                                                            30
                 July        $224,782.50              $0.00    $224,782.50    100.00%
                 August      $224,782.50            $550.00    $224,782.50     99.76%
                 September   $224,782.50             $0.00     $224,782.50     99.76%
                 October     $224,782.50             $0.00     $224,782.50     99.76%
                 November
                 December
                 January
                 February
                 March
                 April
                 May
                 June
                 Total                     $0.00    $550.00


B. Utility Reports

  Energy West bill (natural gas)
   *natural gas as of September 2009
   Bus Barn
   Energy West/Propane (in dollars)
                                                               2008          2009        2010
                     July                                                     $2.56      $31.20
                     August                                    $16.07         17.62       17.20
                     September                                  42.83        *12.84       66.81
                     October                                   144.56        193.73      $92.83
                     November                                  155.26         314.1
                     December                                     811         542.7
                     January                                  1293.88         698.6      526.09
                     February                                  997.74        300.04      187.69
                     March                                     728.94        360.85     221.29
                     April                                      479.4        173.97     320.96
                     May                                        79.37        243.25     197.26
                     June                                           0          57.8     124.20

   School
   Building          Central Ave W - N End Meters
   Energy West
                                                               2008       2009           2010
                     July                                       52.91      43.35          54.35
                     August                                     91.01       14.2          40.41
                     September                                2141.42     *66.13         610.57
                     October                                  3495.87    1735.73         913.92
                     November                                  4309.6    2109.29
                     December                                 9457.25     4258.8
                     January                                  12774.8    7873.13         4268.5
                     February                                 8597.02    5425.72        3734.67
                     March                                    8451.23    7236.22        2767.31
                     April                                    8292.92    3417.83        2501.83
                     May                                      4756.71    2391.49        1624.23

                                                                                                  31
                   June                                       301.6     180.64     572.26

  School
  Building         Central Ave W End SS Boiler
  Energy West
                                                             2008       2009       2010
                   July                                       $7.13    $764.41     $28.68
                   August                                     264.1       7.13       7.13
                   September                                2357.34     *92.15     183.97
                   October                                  2351.99     741.55     778.10
                   November                                 2426.93    1011.23
                   December                                 2577.47    1480.93
                   January                                  3264.61     2322.4    1490.03
                   February                                 2772.56    1771.26    1278.06
                   March                                    2476.44    2387.21    1858.21
                   April                                    2156.97    1141.94     351.64
                   May                                      2515.11    1117.38     908.87
                   June                                      1753.2     775.39     651.79



NorthWestern Energy kWh Usage
Bus Barn (kWh)
NorthWestern Energy
                   0398582-7
                     kWh
                                     2006        2007      2008       2009       2010

                     July                863       526        775        500       709
                     June                          902       1502        750       853
                     May                          1246       2041        985       756
                     April                        1656       2066       1845       569
                     March                        3866       4104       2162      1395
                     Feb.                         3337       3988       2578      1381
                     Jan.                         1607       1561       2824      1905
                     December           2324      1345       1184        507
                     November           1279      1055       1049        915       562
                     October            1031      1162       1116       1309       755
                     September          1133       817        671        987       730
                     August              681       821        641        777       737

Red fill indicates a decrease in kWh usage compared to the prior month and year's usage
Blue fill indicates an increase in kWh usage compared to the prior month and year's usage

School Building (kWh)
NorthWestern Energy
                   0398601-5
                     kWh
                                     2006        2007      2008       2009       2010
                                                                                            32
                        July                44000       40640        44160         25520        22080
                        June                            68480        67680         49760        54560
                        May                             72000        68640         55360        56880
                        April                           71360        67360         68000        56320
                        March                           78640        75520         64320        55440
                        Feb.                            75600        74880         66480        67520
                        Jan.                            68640        65600         69840        70000
                        December            75680       76000        57120         58240
                        November            62160       70720        66640         65200        52880
                        October             59200       73920        71840         54800        53360
                        September           44000       45600        41920         27520        35360
                        August              30320       40960        33680         23600        23440



C. XCELL! Report
                                      Superintendent’s Report
                                      XCELL! 21st CCLC
                                               October 2010
Total of Students served: 2850                                          # of Students enrolled: 283
Average Daily served: 150                            (still in process of posting enrollment into new system)


XCELL! students visited the Sterling Cattle Company CORN MAZE on October 1 st. Everyone had a great
experience in the Pumpkin Patch, Corn Tunnel, Corn Box, Hay Maze, Hay Jump, Cow Train, Kiddie Corral
and the Duck Races. They were quite impressed to learn that nearly 90% of the population were farmers in
1904. 100 years later, only 2% are farmers and they still feed 90% of the world! Good work, Farmers!

Eighteen new Dell Computers have found a home in the XCELL! /Elem. Lab. They are being used extensively
for research and enrichment. Kindergarten students are becoming quite talented in writing their name on the
Sign In sheet. We are looking at some new software for these computers, too.

XCELL! is doing super with the Concessions afterschool. We hope Mr. Gebhardt will let us continue this
practice. Not only do we make a little extra money, but student’s math knowledge is improving. We hope to
sell chips, candy, and Gatorade.

 ―Lights On AfterSchool‖ was scheduled for October 28 th at Montana Expo Park. Activities included a salute
to Afterschool Programs, Haunted House, Halloween House, 21 st CCLC program activities, and a snack of
pizza and juice. XCELL! was unable to attend due to a broken-down bus and no bus driver. We are in the
process of securing an XCELL! driver so the driver predicament will not happen again! XCELL! students
improvised for this event on October 29th with a mini-carnival—doing karoke, bobbing for marshmallows,
pinned the tail on the cat, made gingerbread, haunted houses and mummy key chains!

Thirty-two students had a great first swimming experience at the Morony Natatorium. A special treat at the
Dairy Queen was enjoyed by all after swimming. The next swimming is on November 5th. Permission slips
for Friday field trips are required to be in by the Wednesday before the event.

One of our biggest challenges in XCELL! is getting students AND ADULTS to remove their hats while in the
building. This is one of the rules in the student handbook and we are encouraging students to show respect by


                                                                                                                33
removing their hats. We need to ENCOURAGE persons of all ages to be as respectful as we expect our
students to be!

XCELL! staff, with the help of Dave Gay, is slowly getting all of the required information logged into the new
CREATING CHANGE system. Glitches and bugs are still being worked out. Hopefully, it will be working
correctly by the end of November.

XCELL! Staff attended the 21st CCLC Central and South Central Regional Meeting on October. 12 th in
Great Falls.

If you have not visited the XCELL! room lately, please stop by to visit our latest member. She is about 5’8‖
tall, has quite a remarkable figure, is uniquely attired, and has a very quiet charming, personality. We are not
sure of her hair color as only her hairdresser knows!

Respectfully submitted,
Jo Ann Eisenzimer
XCELL! Program Director




Announcements (I)


Adjournment                                                                                                  8:00



Superintendent’s evaluation form will be distribute at the November 2010 meeting, collected
at the December 2010 meeting, compiled and discussed with the superintendent at the
January 2011 meeting.




                                                                                                                   34
35

				
DOCUMENT INFO
Shared By:
Categories:
Stats:
views:42
posted:3/22/2011
language:English
pages:35