Summit School District 54-6 Board Proceedings

September 11, 2019
    Members present: Lisa Amdahl, Joe Johnston, Mark Miller, Carrie Rauen, and Ferdy Zirbel.
    Also present: Mike Schmidt, Andi Ward, Beth Hills, Brad Arend and Becky Hubsch.
    At 6:01 p.m. Chairman Zirbel called the meeting to order. No Conflict of Interest was recognized.
    20023 Motion by Johnston Second by Amdahl to approve the agenda as written All voted aye. Motion carried.
    Public Communications: Beth Hills discussed new math curriculum series, challenges with an 8 class period day for 7-12 grade students, and discussed having a certain time frame dedicated to students on Fridays.
    20024 Motion by Amdahl Second by Miller to approve the August 5, 2019 regular meeting minutes.  All voted aye. Motion carried.  
    20025 Motion by Miller Second by Rauen to approve the financial statements.  All voted aye. Motion carried.  
    20026 Motion by Johnston Second by Rauen to approve the monthly claims for the month of September 2019. All voted aye. Motion carried.
    GENERAL FUND
    4N6 FANATICS oral interpretation 150.00;    AUTOMATIC BUILDING CONTROLS fire alarm repair 1,632.76; CENTURY BUSINESS copies 266.22; CHRISTOFFERSON, STEVE lawn services 560.00; COFFEE CUP fuel 1,174.29; DAKOTA WESTERN CORP custodian supplies 1,193.00; EASTERN COTEAU CONFERENCE ECC dues 500.00; EMC INSURANCE COMPANIES insurance 30,748.00; GISSELBECK, DANNY Reimburse background check/update ID,CDL 186.85;    GRANT COUNTY REVIEW publications 28.78; HILLYARD custodian supplies 1,709.54; IMPREST nsu fee, background checks, cc fee 128.30; KREGE FAMILY CHIRO bus physical 75.00; LEARNING A-Z License 1,639.60; MENARD’S custodian supplies 993.44; MIKES JACK AND JILL meet the mustangs 55.75; MILBANK GLASS & MORE door lock repairs 437.51;    NASCO art supplies 45.92; NETWORK SERVICES COMPANY custodian supplies 1,118.61; NORTHEAST TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL general assessment 30,513.00; NORTHSIDE IMPLEMENT bus supplies 39.84; OTTER TAIL electricity 2,431.85; POWERS, KELLI reimburse background check 15.00; RC TECHNOLOGIES telephone 305.48; Ridge Electric repairs 1,257.18;    SCHOLASTIC classroom subscriptions 758.12; SCHOOL SPECIALTY supplies 60.29; SD BASKETBALL COACHES membership    25.00; SD HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES ASSN 19-20 dues 186.00; SIOUX VALLEY COOPERATIVE propane 1,101.23; SOUTH DAKOTA HIGH SCHOOL COACHES’ ASSOCIATION membership 50.00; STEM SUPPLIES supplies 81.40; STURDEVANT’S bus supplies 109.78; TIME MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS business office services 90.00; TOWN OF SUMMIT water/garbage/sewer June-August 676.09; VALLEY OFFICE PRODUCTS printing supplies 950.00; VISA ost, postage in-service, books 4,084.13; WALMART STORES music supplies 37.04; WEBSTER SCHOOL cross country registration 20.00; ZANER BLOSER workbooks 130.69; PAYROLL Salaries 86,418.44 Benefits 22,408.89
    Fund Total 194,393.02
CAPITAL OUTLAY
    B&G WELDING locker shelf 178.80;    BAN-KOE COMPANIES annual technical support 1,340.00; CENTURY BUSINESS leases 292.83; CONNECTING POINT computer license 773.90; EMC PUBLISHING books 283.69; ENGELSTAD ELECTRIC lighting 8,228.00; FLOCABULARY curriculum license 1,500.00; GERDES, ALEXIS reimburse curriculum 58.72; HAUFF MID-AMERICA SPORTS volleyball uniforms 1,066.85; HOUGHTON MIFFLIN curriculum 30,040.58; MENARD’S shelfing 231.42; NEARPOD license 2,500.00; NORTHEAST TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL general assessment 3,719.00; PALOS SPORTS pe equipment 1,135.40; Ridge Electric cafeteria lighting 4,160.00; SCHMIDT SPRAY FOAM INSULATION spray foam lunch room ceiling 11,474.51; VISA books 2,435.90; WARD, ANDI reimburse license fee 58.72; Fund Total 69,478.32    
    SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND
    CWD -sped supplies 87.23; VISA supplies 141.57; PAYROLL SALARIES 7,558.99 BENEFITS 1,688.05    
Fund Total 9,475.84    
    FOOD SERVICE
BERNARD food 784.20; CWD ost snack, food 7,160.74; DEAN FOODS milk 765.70; EARTHGRAINS BAKING food 85.60; NETWORK SERVICES COMPANY kitchen supplies 390.44; PEARSON, NANCY reimburse supplies 61.45; US FOODS food 1,556.41; WALMART STORES water, food 74.38; PAYROLL SALARIES 4,598.58 BENEFITS 623.29
    Fund Number 16,100.79    
TOTAL 289,477.97
    Superintendent’s Report: Mr. Schmidt discussed meeting with Summit City Council on school garbage not being picked up twice a week during the summer months; lunchroom lighting and ceiling project is finished; the gym camera is up and running and people are now able to stream games and activities; preschool-12 grade enrollment is at 187; and discussed weighting college courses different from regular high school courses.  
    Business Officer’s Report: Mrs. Hubsch let the Board know the auditors finished up the on-site review today; the building addition bond has been reissued to a different bank provider; and shared quotes from Marquardt for 5 additional security cameras.
    Dean of Students Report: Mrs. Ward discussed NWEA testing is finishing up; a few students are involved in work to school programs; Vocational Rehab representatives met with Mrs. Ward and discussed variety of opportunities for transition services for special education students.  
    20027 Motion by Amdahl Second by Rauen to Enter into Executive Session for the purpose of discussing personnel (SDCL 1-25-2:1) AT 6:52pm.  Chairman Zirbel declares them out of executive session at 7:00pm.
    20028 Motion by Miller Second by Amdahl to Enter into Executive Session for the purpose of discussing personnel (SDCL 1-25-2:1) AT 7:01 p.m. Chairman Zirbel declares them out of executive session at 7:30 p.m.
    20029 Motion by Miller Second by Rauen to approve open enrollment application.  All voted aye. Motion carried.
    20030 Motion by Amdahl Second by Johnston to approve Sick Bank Leave for 2019-2020 school year.  All voted aye. Motion carried.
    20031 Motion by Johnston Second by Rauen to approve MinnWest Bank’s Resolution of Powers Granted of an Organization. All voted aye. Motion carried.
    20032 Motion by Rauen Second by Amdahl to approve the following employment applications: Nicole Pays, Nathan Bloom, Becky Hubsch, Nicole Bloom, Brad Arend as bus driver/ost bus driver at $14/ less 30 mile trip $18.24/31+ trip, CDL route $36.51/60 miles trip; Dan Gisselbeck $23,500 as Bus Supervisor and CDL driver; Bradyn Medrano OST basketball coach $750; Joey Johnston OST assistant coach $375; Nicole Welch OST coordinator $14/hour; Becky Hubsch OST sub $13/hour; Morgan Lewandowski OST youth leader $9.50; Nichole Hoffman OST STEM specialist $15/hour; Nicole Bloom OST tutor/homework/Spanish intervention specialist $15/hour; Nicole Pays, Tammy Gorder, Dawn Wright, Bradyn Medrano, Kelsey Nelson, and Nicole Ebsen OST group leaders $12/hour.
    20033 Motion by Amdahl Second by Rauen to approve surplus music promethean board at no value. All voted aye. Motion carried.
    20034 Motion by Johnston Second by Miller to approve Marquardt Electric quote of $6,500 for additional security cameras.  All voted aye. Motion carried.
    20035 Motion by Rauen Second by Amdahl to approve board policies JECB,JEAA, JEC, JECAA, and GCBDE.  All voted aye. Motion carried.
    20036 Motion by Miller Second by Johnston to appoint Carrie Rauen as Summit School Board delegate at the ASBSD delegate assembly. All voted aye. Motion carried.
    20037 Motion by Amdahl Second by Rauen to adjourn the special board meeting at 7:24 p.m. All voted aye. Motion carried.
  The next regular scheduled board meeting will be on Wednesday, October 9, at 6:00 p.m.
/s/ Chairman
/s/ Business Manager
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