Summit School District 54-6 Board Proceedings, January 13, 2021

Summit School District 54-6 Board Proceedings

 

January 13, 2021
Members present: Lisa Amdahl, Tamijo Bronson, Mark Miller, Carrie Rauen, and Ferdy Zirbel. 
Also present: Nancy Purdy, Beth Hills, Mike Schmidt and Kaitlyn Christofferson.
At 6:00 p.m. Chairman Zirbel called the meeting to order. No conflict of interest was recognized.
21076 Motion by Rauen Second by Miller to approve the amended agenda with the addition of motion to approve staff contract. All voted aye. Motion carried.
Public Communications: Nancy Purdy informed the board of a new program she and Mrs. Bloom are using called Growing Math. It is funded through USDA and has lessons and games involving Native American Culture.
21077 Motion by Miller Second by Bronson to approve the December 9th, 2020 Regular Board Meeting minutes.    
21078 Motion by Rauen Second by Miller to approve the financial statements. All voted aye. Motion carried.  
21079 Motion by Bronson Second by Rauen to approve the monthly claims for the month of January 2021. All voted aye. Motion carried.
GENERAL FUND
ASBSD FERPA WEBINAR 25.00, CAL'S REPAIR Transportation Repairs 207.12,CENTURY BUSINESS LEASE PRINTING 265.83, COFFEE CUP Transportation Fuel 1,424.53, DA SERVICES INC GYM FLOOR REFINISHING 600.00, EMC INSURANCE COMPANIES AUDIT INVOICE 5,837.00, GRANT COUNTY REVIEW PUBLICATIONS 67.72, HILLYARD INC Mat 4,216.06, IMPREST JAN 2021 2,956.78, NESC DOCUSIGN 359.86, POPPLERS MUSIC INC HOLIDAY MUSIC 315.87, QUAM BERGLIN & POST, P.C FY 20 AUDIT 9,600.00, RC TECHNOLOGIES PHONE SERVICE 282.10, RIVERSIDE TECHNOLOGIES INC. LAPTOP SCREEN REPLACEMENT 407.00, SHRED-IT SHREDDING SERVICES 140.70, TAYLOR MUSIC INC MUSIC BOOKS 91.50, TIE BHOLC DEC 2020 1,150.00, TIME MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FISCAL SERVICES 105.00, TITAN MACHINERY CLEANING SERVICES 20.00, TOWN OF SUMMIT DEC 2020 630.07, WILLIAM H SADLIER, INC K WORKBOOKS 495.78, SALARY $93,390.63 Benefits $24,353.65 Fund $146,942.20
CAPITAL OUTLAY
ACTIVE HEATING INC OFFICE HEATER REPAIR 433.75, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION AND GEAR TRANSMISSION SUBURBAN 4,045.18, CENTURY BUSINESS LEASE LEASE PAYOFF 1,513.70, NORTHSTAR MECHANICAL INC. FURANCE REPAIR 287.83, Fund $6,280.46
SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND
NESC DEC 2020 3,452.71 SALARIES $10,393.41 BENEFITS $1,294.51 Fund $15,140.63
FOOD SERVICE
CWD DISTRIBUTING CO. OF FARGO, LLC PURCHASED FOOD 3,897.37, EAST SIDE JERSEY DAIRY, INC. MILK 800.58, NARDINI FIRE EQUIPMENT INSPECTION 205.00, SCHOOL NUTRITION ASSOCIATION SNA MEMBERSHIP 48.50, US FOODS PURCHASED FOOD 1,314.08, Salaries $4,200.51, Benefits $563.40 Fund $11,029.44
Superintendent’s Report: Mr. Schmidt presented the board with the 21-22 School Calendar, the decision to move parent teacher conferences and registration night to March 8th and the EPSLA continuation. Mr. Schmidt also briefed the board on the Legislative Session, the COVID-19 vaccine becoming available to school staff, beginning with Edgenuity for remote learning and the football team changing to 11 man.    
Business Officer’s Report: Mrs. Christofferson discussed the MOE compliance report submitted, starting Impact Aid application, completion of the W-2’s and 1099’s for the 2020 tax year. Mrs. Christofferson recognized Running Strong American Indian Youth for the donation of winter coats, hats, gloves and boots and the grant donation for the holiday gifts provided to the student body, facilitated and distributed by the OST staff.  
Dean of Students Report: Mrs. Hills presented the board with a MAPS testing results comparison as well as upcoming events including student council bingo on Jan 18th, NCRC on Jan 21st, One Act Play on Jan 24th, and Region One Act Play on Jan 27th. Mrs. Hills invited the board to attend the NTHS tour with the sophomores.
21080 Motion by Rauen Second by Amdahl to approve 3 open enrollment applications.
21081 Motion by Miller Second by Bronson to approve school board election date of June 8th 2021. All voted aye. Motion carried.
21082 Motion by Miller Second by Bronson to pay off copier lease. All voted aye. Motion carried.
21083 Motion by Rauen Second by Bronson to approve JH Boys Basketball Coach for Jacob Gapp $638.80. All voted aye. Motion carried.
21084 Motion by Amdahl Second by Miller to enter into Executive Session for the purpose of personnel matter (SDCL 1-25 2:1). Chairman Zirbel declares them out of executive session at 6:45 p.m.
21085 Motion by Rauen Second by Bronson to adjourn the board meeting at 6:48 p.m. All voted aye. Motion carried.
The next regular scheduled board meeting will be on Wednesday February 10th at 6:00 p.m. 
/s/ Chairman
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