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School Board held regular meeting July 11

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June 11, 2012
The Gettysburg Board of Education held their regular meeting on the above date in the Elementary Library.  Present were the following:  Kay Schmidt, Matt Cronin, Kevin Geditz, Paul Kellogg, Rose Schatz and Tom Fairbanks.  Absent:  Ryan Lake.  Also present were Wendy Smith, Barb Everson, and Kimberly Schweiss.
The meeting opened with the Pledge of Allegiance.
Board President Schmidt called the meeting to order at 7:30 PM.
Correspondence was a letter from the Gettysburg Preschool Board of Directors requesting consideration to incorporate preschool into our school.  The Board instructed Business Manager Everson to contact the preschool board and get the financial information etc. from them and get it to the Board, hopefully before the next meeting, and Preschool will be on the agenda for the next meeting.
Motion by Schatz, second by Kellogg to approve the agenda with the following changes:  add Create Fund 53 for Driver’s Ed, and Psychological Services Agreement.  All present voted aye.  Motion carried.
Motion by Cronin, second by Geditz to approve the following consent agenda:  approve the minutes of the May 14, 2012 regular board meeting:  approve the financial reports; approve the June 7, 2012 claims; and declare surplus and obsolete the items due to be outdated and to be disposed of properly.  All present voted aye.  Motion carried.  The list of obsolete items in on file in the Business Office.  Cronin acknowledges conflict of interest with claims to J&B Quickstop and his aye vote does not include these items.
JUNE 7, 2012 CLAIMS
PRESENTED FOR PAYMENT
GENERAL FUND
MDU, $12.09, ELECTRICITY/BUS GARAGE; VENTURE COMMUNICATIONS, 214.65, COMMUNICATIONS; ALL-AROUND GRAPHIX, 832.00, ATHLETIC AWARDS; APEX TECHNOLOGIES SOLUTIONS, 8,848.00, FRESHMEN COMPUTERS – PARTIAL; BJ’S INSTRUMENT REPAIR, 40.00, BAND INSTRUMENT REPAIR;
CDW GOVERNMENT INC, 32.08, JH/BOOSTER EXT CABLE; CENTURY BUSINESS PRODUCTS INC, 31.26, ELEM LIB/HS COPIES; CITY OF GETTYSBURG, 422.25, WATER; COMFORT INN, 410.34, LODGING/STATE GOLF; ELAN FINANCIAL SERVICES, 65.86, FISCAL/BATTERY BACK-UP; ELITE BUSINESS SYSTEMS INC, 223.24, SAVIN COPIER SUPL/PRINTER COPIES;
ENGEL MUSIC SUPPLY INC, 62.07, GUITAR CORDS; FOREMAN SALES & SERVICE, 521.04, REPLACE WINDSHIELD/PREVOST; GAS’N GOODIES, 57.74, PIZZA FOR SUPT INTERVIEWS; G’BURG SCH LUNCH FUND, 384.00, SUPT/PRINC/GUEST MEALS; G’BURG SCH T & A FUND, 1,467.00, REIM FOR STATE FCCLA REGIS;
G’BURG SCHOOL/DISTRICT REFUND, 1,674.94, SELBY MUSIC CONTEST, 285.00, ELEM MUSIC/BAND ENTRY FEES, IPSWICH SCHOOL, 50.00, TRACK ENTRY FEE, LEE PARK GOLF COURSE, 130.00, PRE-REGION GREEN FEES, BOWDLE GOLF COURSE, 15.00, JV GOLF GREEN FEES, SELBY SCHOOL, 29.00, SHARE OF REGION GOLF EXPENSES,
EUREKA SCHOOL, 80.00, EUREKA LEGION TRACK ENTRY FEE, LEE PARK GOLF COURSE, 104.00, GREEN FEES FOR REGION TRACK, DIXIE MARLETTE, 55.82, BAND & CHORUS PINS, STACY LARSON, 45.00, MEALS/STATE FCCLA CHAPERONE, POST OFFICE, 135.00, POSTAGE, ELKS GOLF COURSE, 34.00, GREEN FEES PRACTICE ROUND, HART RANCH GOLF COURSE, 174.72, GREEN FEES PRACTICE ROUND,
NWAS, 75.00, WORKSHOP FEE/C. LARSON, JAMIE CRONIN, 61.00, MEALS/STATE TRACK, KEITH SCOTT, 61.00, MEALS/STATE TRACK, VERN SMITH, 108.93, REIMB SUPPLIES/MEALS STATE TRACK, CATHY LARSON, 78.00, MEALS/STATE TRACK, CATHY & KERRY, HIGHMORE HIGH SCHOOL, 123.47, SHARE OF LOSS/REGION TRACK, EUREKA SCHOOL, 30.00, JH TRACK ENTRY FEE;
HAUFF MID-AMERICA SPORTS, 1,868.90, BATTLER MEDALS/DISCUSES; HEARTLAND WASTE MANAGEMENT INC, 240.00, GARBAGE SERVICE; HEGSTROM, RANDY, 270.00, PEST CONTROL; HIGHSMITH COMPANY INC, 1,081.37, LIBRARY SUPPLIES; HOUSE OF GLASS INC, 167.40, FIRE ALARM PULL; J & B’S QUICKSTOP, 36.08, TRACK/ICE;
J.W. PEPPER & SON INC, 9.74, ALL-STATE CHORUS MUSIC; JHE, INC., 322.96, WORK ON DISHWASHER & OVEN; LAMB MOTOR CO., INC., 110.25, INSTALL BRAKE ON DRIVER’S ED VAN; LANGER’S FAMILY FOODS, 103.70, HS/GUID/FACS SUPPLIES; LEC INC – LOGAN ELECTRIC, 23.09, CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES; MARCO, INC., 90.66, FISCAL COPIES;
MID-AMERICAN RESEARCH CHEM, 4,823.59, CUST/FLOOR CLEANING PRODUCTS; NEW CREATIONS, 87.76, TRACK/AD SUPPLIES; PAUER SOUND & MUSIC, INC., 10.79, BAND/CONNECTOR FOR AMP; PETTY CASH, 76.50, POSTAGE; POTTER COUNTY NEWS, 709.87, HS/ELEM/AD/FISCAL ADV./SUPPLIES;
RED RIVER GRAIN CO., 30.85, WEED KILLER; RENAISSANCE LEARNING, INC, 66.30, A/R SUBSC ADD-ON; SANFORD HEALTH PLAN, 102.00, HEALTH INS ADMIN FEE; SCHATZ ELECTRIC INC, 24.16, CUSTODIAL/ BULB; SCHLACHTER LUMBER, 381.84, CUST SUPPLIES;
SERVALL UNIFORM/LINEN COMPANY, 133.89, MAY SERVICES; SOPERS, INC, 19.00, ATV FILTERS; TAYLOR MUSIC, 215.00, BAND RPR/SUPPLIES; THE BURG’S GAS & ETC., INC., 286.95, SCHOOL VEHICLE GAS; TRUE VALUE HARDWARE, 215.17, CUST SUPPLIES/PARTS.
CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND
MDU, $4,480.89, ELECTRICITY/NATURAL GAS; APEX TECHNOLOGIES SOLUTIONS, 15,000.00, FRESHMEN COMPUTERS/PARTIAL; ELAN FINANCIAL SERVICES, 172.30, GAS; ELITE BUSINESS SYSTEMS INC., 240.58, SAVIN COPIER SUPPLIES/PRTR RENT; J&B’S QUICKSTOP, 1,232.24, SCHOOL VEHICLE GAS/DIESEL; THE BURG’S GAS & ETC., INC., 27.27, SCHOOL VEHICLE GAS.
SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND
VENTURE COMMUNICATIONS, $4.05, COMMUNICATIONS; GETTYSBURG MEDICAL CENTER, 1,470.00, OT/PT SERVICES; KIDS TALK, 229.50, SPED PROF SVCS/TRAVEL; MID CENTRAL ED COOP, 250.00, ONLINE CLASSES; NORTHERN PLAINS PSYCHOLOGICAL, 83.00, PSYCH SERVICES; POTTER COUNTY NEWS, 20.40, ADVERTISING; REHAB INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO, 8,238.00, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES.
FOOD SERVICE FUND
AUNTIE KAKE’S, $204.20, BREAD/BUNS;CASS-CLAY CREAMERY, INC., 371.35, DAIRY PRODUCTS; COLE, BRAD, 35.45, REFUND LUNCH ACCT BAL; CWD/HRS, 1,845.65, PURCHASED FOOD/SUPPLIES; HEARTLAND WASTE MANAGEMENT INC, 120.00, GARBAGE SERVICE; LANGER’S FAMILY FOODS, 38.60, GROCERIES; PRUITT, MIKE, 7.25, REFUND LUNCH ACCT BAL; SERVALL UNIFORM/LINEN COMPANY, 79.13, MAY SERVICES; SIMON, JUDY, 73.75, REFUND LUNCH ACCT BAL.
PAYROLL
GENERAL FUND, $122,254.05, SALARIES/INS/RETIREMENT; SPED FUND, 14,936.80, SALARIES/INS/RETIREMENT; FOOD SERVICE, 3,486.56, SALARIES/INS/RETIREMENT.
The proposed FCCLA agreement was discussed.  Motion by Cronin, second by Schatz to approve paying $2,574.00 for this year for National FCCLA.  Policy will be reviewed and set on this for future years at a later date.
Motion by Cronin, second by Kellogg to approve the following contracts:  Valerie Dahlquist, Title Teacher, for $29,975.28; Eric Stuwe, Assistant Wrestling Coach for $2,080.77; Sara Wuttke, Summer School Teacher, $1,823.76; Jessica Larson, Head Cross Country Coach for $2,080.77.  All present voted aye.  Motion carried.  Val Dahlquist’s prior paraprofessional contract is now rescinded.   Mandy Lewis will transfer from Title to Kindergarten, and JoLinda Brown will be a special ed aide.
Motion by Schatz, second by Geditz to approve the Consolidated App. and the IDEA flow-through funds applications.  All present voted aye.  Motion carried.
Motion by Schatz, second by Cronin to vote for Jason Uttermark for the runoff ballot for the SDHSAA Division I Representative position.  All present voted aye.  Motion carried.
We have approximately $119,000 left of the QSCB funds.  These funds need to be spent by Dec. 1, 2012.  Possible projects were discussed.
The preliminary budget was reviewed and discussed.
Motion by Schatz, second by Fairbanks to set July 16, 2012 at 7 PM for the 2012-13 Budget Hearing with the School Board meeting to follow. All present voted aye.  Motion carried.
Motion by Geditz, second by Kellogg to create a Fund 53 for Driver’s Education.  All present voted aye.  Motion carried.
Motion by Kellogg, second by Fairbanks to approve a psychological services agreement with Northwest Area Schools Cooperative.  All present voted aye.  Motion carried.
Mrs. Wendy Smith reported on end of year state reporting, the summer pig project, and that she will be attending leadership training in Deadwood.  She will also be attending an all-expense paid trip on Infinite Campus to Minneapolis this month.  The science teacher position was discussed.  She will try and set up a meeting with Peggy Peterson from Hoven to discuss co-op issues.
Motion by Schatz, second by Cronin to allow Business Manager Barb Everson to carry-over up to 5 days vacation this year.  All present voted aye.  Motion carried.
Kay Schmidt reported that the police have told her there is an on-going investigation regarding the damage to the track field. No arrests have been made.
Motion by Geditz, second by Schatz to adjourn the meeting. All present voted aye.  Motion carried.
The meeting was adjourned at 8:57 PM.
M. Kay Schmidt, Board President
Barbara Everson, Business Manager
Published once at the total approximate cost of $257.76.
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