2014 October Minutes

Faulkton Area School District 24-4 Board of Education

Monday, October 13, 2014
7:30 p.m.


            
The regular meeting of the Faulkton Area Schools 24-4 Board of Education was called to order by Chairman Heather Bode at 7:36 p.m. in the office of the superintendent.

Roll call of members present were Kelly Aesoph, Heather Bode, Gary Bowar, Todd Brand and Grady Heitmann. Also present were Supt. Joel Price, Secondary Principal/AD Craig Cassens, Business Official Lisa Raethz and Garrick Moritz.

            Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

2014-15.51. Agenda Approval. Motion by Brand, second by Heitmann, to approve the proposed agenda.

2014-15.52. Minutes & Financial Approvals. Motion by Aesoph, second by Brand, to approve the minutes of the September 8, 2014 meeting, the September 2014 Trust and Agency Fund and Imprest Fund Reports, the September  2014 Financial Statement, and payment of the presented bills for October 13, 2014. 

 

Sep-14

General

Capitol

Special

Pension

Food

Pre K &

T & A

 

Fund

Outlay

Education

Fund

Service

Driv. Ed.

 

Beginning Balance

611,588.15

-25,742.45

277,571.07

44,615.27

20,009.92

16,329.22

107,237.93

Cash

566,484.27

-25,742.45

277,571.07

44,615.27

20,009.92

16,329.22

81,132.18

Investments

51,290.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

26,105.75

Receipts

53,267.15

1,599.92

506.63

204.25

2,570.85

243.75

12,933.07

Expenditures

190,140.43

17,549.24

28,886.03

0.00

10,460.68

453.97

12,640.32

Ending Balance

474,714.87

-41,691.77

249,191.67

44,819.52

12,120.09

16,119.00

107,530.68

Cash

429,609.00

-41,691.77

249,191.67

44,819.52

12,120.09

16,119.00

81,525.90

Investments

51,291.99

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

26,004.78

Receipts:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pre-K Tuition

 

 

 

 

 

243.75

 

Lunch & Milk Sales

 

 

 

 

2,570.85

 

 

Athletic Passes/Gate Receipts

7,237.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yearbook Sales

35.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gym Passes

80.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

Computer Insurance

85.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rental Fees

145.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

State of SD-State Aid

40,727.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dacotah Bank--checking, mm, cd interest

42.70

 

 

 

 

 

 

Miscellaneous

0.05

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other Reimbursements

321.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

Donations

410.68

 

 

 

 

 

 

Surplus Sale

779.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hyde County

$1.43

 

 

 

 

 

 

Potter County

$35.39

$21.92

$6.92

$2.83

 

 

 

Hand County

$334.13

$165.18

$52.03

$21.22

 

 

 

Faulk County

$3,033.77

$1,412.82

$447.68

$180.20

 

 

 

Total Receipts

$53,267.15

$1,599.92

$506.63

$204.25

$2,570.85

$243.75

$0.00

September 2014 Imprest Fund: VB Officials- Mark Ulrich $88.75, Steve Ryan $155.00, Todd Sandal $299.00, Jo Auch $75.00, Tiffany Stoesser $75.00, Terry Keller $75.00, Dan Nikalas $120.00, Brian Kringen $75.00, Monica Pelton $120.00, Carol Hoistad $164.40.  FB Officials- John Burchill $155.00, Greg Rislov $80.00, Steve Rounds $80.00 Pat Steffensen $80.00, Mark Ulrich $80.00, Dan Lund $155.00, Matt Mohr $80.00, Brent Griffith $80.00, Logan Huber $80.00, Jim Ruedebusch $150.00, Matt Ruedebusch $80.00, Ricardo Sabalier $80.00, Ethan Marquardt $80.00, Travis Hofer $80.00. Janet Reed $189.78 Reimb. for Fans, PSSASD $25.00 Supplies, Noelle Swanson $168.35 Reimb. for Mileage, US Post Office $147.00 Postage, Faulkton School $300.00 LRC Dues,  Gettysburg School $50.00 FB Jamboree, Brice Cunningham $88.80 Reimb for Mileage, AdvancEd Midwest Region $300.00 Conf. Registration, Faulkton Drug $24.97 AD Supplies, NSU $24.00 Fees, Wessington Springs FFA $50.00 Land Judging fee;

October 13, 2014 Bill Payment: A&B Business Equipment $4,614.96 Equipment, Avera St. Lukes $80.00 CPR Cards, Bantz, Gosch, Cremer & Peterson $49.50 Legal fees, Bauer’s Super Valu $144.46 Supplies, Best Western Pierre $102.98 Lib. Conf. Hotel, Brentwood Colony $751.68 Food Service Contract, Cardmember Services $3,495.14 Supplies & Tech., Cash-Wa Distributing $3,462.60 Food & Supplies, Century Business $622.88 Copier Services, City of Faulkton $210.26 Water/Sewer, Cole Papers $97.56 Supplies, Colonial $421.37 Supplies, Dakota Dust-Tex $143.25 Services, Dean Foods $2,036.94 Milk, Delta Dental $3,029.00 Insurance, Earthgrains Baking Companies $472.27 Bread, ECOLAB $121.10 Services, EconoLodge $426.00 State Track Rooms, EMC/Paradigm Publishing $261.03, Faulk Co. Record $7,135.67 Publishing, Supplies & Annuals, Faulkton Hardware $742.93 Repairs & Supplies, Faulkton School  $3,955.05 Reimb. Imprest Fund, Fink Plumbing $530.61 Repair, Fonder Sewing Machine $416.55 Repairs, GE Capital $503.46 Copier Lease, Hauff Mid-America $2,245.45 GBB uniforms & Supplies, Homan Ace Hardware $8.99 Repairs, Houghton Mifflin Co. $279.74 Books, ITS $13,076.00 Security Camera System, J.W. Pepper $33.99 Supplies, Johnson Controls $7,446.13 Service Agreement, K&D Busing $23,802.28 Busing Contract, KC Lumber $69.74 Repairs, LS&S $36.55 Supplies, Marc $2,621.22 Supplies, Matheson Tri-Gas $17.08 Services, McCrossan Boys Ranch $5,341.92 Residental/Tuitions fees, McGraw Hill $24.06 Book, Menards $58.78 Supplies, Nardini Fire Equipment $149.50 Inspection, NCFE $480.90 Gas, Northwestern Energy $1,818.54 Electricity, Pearson Education $630.00 Subscriptions, PlanbookEdu $19.00 Subscription, Pro-Tuff Decals $97.99 FB decals, Reuer Sanitation $585.00 Services, Riddell $317.38 Equipment, Scholastic $30.00 Books, School Specialty $388.11 Supplies, SD Dept. of Education $1,021.75 Commodities, SD Historical Society $115.00 Kits, SD School Benefit Fund $26,036.30 Insurance, Seton Identification Products $174.95 Supplies, Taylor Music $254.00 Repairs, Thunderbird Colony $1,233.52 Food Service Contract, Time Management Systems $80.40 Services, Training Room $90.94 Supplies, US Food Service $2,078.41 Food and Supplies, USI $528.99 Supplies, Varsity Spirit Fashions $355.85 Uniforms, Venture Communications $187.21 Phone/Internet/Fax, Ted Williams $543.50 Services. October 2014 Payroll: General Fund: $166,855.55 w/ benefits, Special Ed. $25,015.27 w/ benefits, Food Service $6,635.86 w/ benefits,  and Pre-K/Driver Ed.: $423.46 w/benefits.

Superintendents Report. Capital Journal Request. Mr. Price informed the board that a journalist from the Capital Journal in Pierre had requested a listing of all salaries from all districts in SD.  Price explained that he wanted this information on their website for a central location for everyone.  Price stated it was public knowledge and was sent to the journalist in an electronic version and did not know whether a story would be written about salaries or how long the information would be on the website. SLO’s .  Mr. Price told the board members that teachers are now working on the Student Learning Objective (SLO) program and these needed to be turned in by the end of this month.  He stated there are a couple ways they can do this and explained the processes.  Danielson Framework.  Mr. Price told the board he will be using the Danielson Framework for teacher evaluations this year.  He will perform these evaluations before negotiations.    These evaluations contain 2 walk-throughs (5-10 min. each) and after Mr. Price will submit a document to the teacher to review and discuss.  The teachers will receive another evaluation according to what is listed in the master contract and if they don’t want this method they have to indicate that by the end of the week. 


Secondary Principal/AD Report. ACT Report. Cassens went over the annual ACT report with the board and explained the results. Dual Credit Courses.  Cassens stated that after visiting with the SD Board of Regents, DOE and other school districts, he recommends that students enrolled in college level courses, taken and passed with a C or higher, received 1 credit for this course.  He explained that students will still be required to meet minimum enrollment requirements regardless of earned credits towards graduation. College Visitation Day Policy. Cassens recommended amending the college visitation day policy to include a college visitation day for juniors that does not count against their attendance.  Cassens recommended this take place immediately and stated this is considered a first reading and the seconded reading will be held on November 10th. AdvancEd. Review. Cassens stated Mr. Cunningham, Mrs. Geditz, Mr. Melius, Mrs. Demery and himself will be attending an AdvancEd Conference on October 15.  Make-A-Difference Day. October 22nd is Make-A-Difference Day and Mr. Cassens stated our 7-12 advisory teams will be participating in this around town.

2014-15.53. Assistant Wrestling Coach. Motion by Heitmann, second by Bowar, to offer a Work Agreement to Nathan Aesoph as Assistant Wrestling Coach for the 2014-15 school year at a salary of $2,056.27 as per Negotiated Agreement. Unanimous.

2014-15.54. Adjournment. Motion by Aesoph, second by Heitmann, to adjourn at 8:07 p.m. All in favor, motion carried.

 

 

 

 

 

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Board Chairman, Heather Bode                                             Business Official, Lisa Raethz

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