June Special Meetings

Faulkton Area School District 24-4 Board of Education

Tuesday, June 28, 2016
8:00 a.m.


            The special meeting of the Faulkton Area Schools 24-4 Board of Education was called to order by Chairman Kelly Aesoph at 8:00 a.m. in the 3rd grade classroom.

Roll call of members present were Kelly Aesoph, Todd Brand, Grady Heitmann, Scott McCloud, and Jerry Weyand. Also present were Superintendent Derek Barrios, Business Official Lisa Raethz, and the following district patrons: Tim Bowar, Dawn Redden, and Ryan Nelson.  


Pledge of Allegiance was recited.


2016-17.139. Agenda Approval. Motion by Heitmann, second by Weyand, to approve the proposed agenda. All members voted aye.


Conflict of Interest Waivers.  No waivers were presented. 


Open Forum Time. Dawn Redden, representing the All School Reunion committee, thanked the school board for the use of the building for the all school reunion on Sunday. 


2016-17.140. Financial Approvals. Motion by Weyand, second by McCloud, to approve the June 2017 Imprest Fund Report and payment of the presented bills for June 29, 2017. Unanimous.

June 2017 Imprest Fund: Travel & Mileage Reimbursements: Nikki Melius $35.24, Guesthouse Inn & Suites $732.80, Brice Cunningham $39.47, Derek Barrios $292.02, Jeremy Demery $496.80. Training Fee Reimbursements: Kathleen Melius $150.00, Nicole Bruemmer $150.00, Mary Schlechter $150.00, Wanda Reid $150.00. Lunch Refunds: Josh Berg $118.50, Roger Gutenkauf $64.55, Dale Lowinske $30.90. Other: Carol Schilder $52.00 Golf pictures, Hobby Lobby $76.80 Supplies, BerMac 2 $1.37 Supplies, Dacotah Bank $100.00 Postage, Nancy Ryman $125.00 Services, Alicia Hammond $96.50 Supplies;  

June 29, 2017 Bill Payment: A&B Business $2,896.00 Supplies & Equipment, Bantz, Gosch, Cremer, Peterson $707.75 Services, Bauer’s Super Valu $48.52 Supplies, Deb Beilke $1,168.50 Services & Travel Reimb., BerMac $286.01 Services, BSN $1,872.72 Supplies & Equipment, Cabinets & Interiors $178.57 Supplies, Cardmember Services $2,717.51 Supplies & Equipment, Century Business $541.86 Copier Services, City of Faulkton $138.99 Utilities, Ecolab $130.98 Services, Faulk Co. Record $291.47 Publishing, Faulkton Area Medical Center $1,536.75 Services & Fees, Faulkton Hardware $24.96 Supplies, Faulkton School $2,861.95 Reimb. Imprest fund, Hanson Construction $673.27 Repairs, Hauff Mid-America $4,278.30 Supplies & Equipment, High Point Networks $147.00 Fees, Holiday Inn $920.00 Golf Travel, Homan Ace Hardware $297.98 Supplies, Houghton Mifflin $370.10 Supplies, Johnson Controls $7,950.45 Repairs & Equipment, KC Lumber $61.13 Supplies, Lakeshore $288.50 Supplies, Michele Latt $50.40 Mileage Reimb., McCrossan Boys Ranch $5,148.90 Services, Menards $327.68 Supplies, NCFE $506.21 Gas, Northwestern Energy $2,424.22 Electricity, Reuer Sanitation $585.00 Services, Riddell $2,392.86 Services, SASD $700.00 Fees, School Specialty $1,630.72 Supplies, SD Dept. of Health $760.00 Services, Southeast Educational Cooperative $100.00 Fees, Technology & Innovations $80.00 Fees, Time Management Systems $37.77 Services, University of Oregon $11.00 Supplies, Venture Communications $317.59 Phone/Fax/Internet, June 29, 2017 Payroll: General Fund: $6,137.12 w/ benefits, Special Education: $2,145.52 w/ benefits, Driver Ed.: $4,198.35 w/benefits.


2016-17.141. Food Service Fund Transfer. Motion by McCloud, second by Heitmann, to transfer $36,400.00 from the General Fund to the Food Service Fund as per 2016-2017 budget. Unanimous.


2016-17.142. Pre-K/Driver’s Education Fund Transfer. Motion by McCloud, second by Weyand, to transfer $16,650.00 from the General Fund to the Preschool/Driver’s Education Fund as per 2016-2017 budget. Unanimous.


2016-17.143. Sewer Descaling Report.  Mr. Barrios reviewed Pipe Master’s sewer line descaling report with the board.  It stated the elementary lines were good and no relining was recommended.  The high school lines had holes and fractures in the pipe and it was recommended to reline those lines.  The integrity of the gymnasium line has been reduced or weakened due to the amount of cutting. It was recommended to reline the lateral main from the girl’s bathroom downstream. There is also a manhole that needs to be relined.  Estimated costs were $45,000 for the high school, $65,000 for the gymnasium, and $4,370 for the manhole.  This would need to be bid out.  Pipe Masters also provided the school with a report of items that should be repaired. They are as follows: sewer line repair $930, descaling of kitchen sewer lines $2,250, cleaning & televising inspection service of kitchen main lines for descaling process $1,100, televise inspection of 2 lateral mains from clean outs and man hole pit to the city sewer main and hydro-jetting process to clean line and remove root intrusion $1,300, and the cleaning of sink service lines in the elementary, high school, gymnasium area (including water fountain drains $7,600. Motion by Weyand, second by McCloud, to advertise for bids for the sewer line relining project for the high school, gymnasium, and manhole and to complete the recommended sewer line repairs. Unanimous.  A special meeting on Tuesday, July 25th at 8 a.m. was set to open bids.

Open Forum Time. Tim Bowar wondered if Raethz or Barrios would be around after the meeting to answer some new legislative law questions regarding the budget. They said they would.

Mr. Barrios then informed the board that soon after the last meeting they had a sink hole develop by the shop.  A clay pipe cracked and busted and has now been repaired and replaced with PVC pipe and repacked with dirt.

Tim Bowar then asked if this descaling process has ever been done in Faulkton before and if it should be scheduled every so many years.  Weyand stated these sewer problems have most likely developed build up due to the cast iron pipe and once relined with plastic this shouldn’t happen.


2016-17.144. Adjournment. Motion by Heitmann, second by Weyand, to adjourn at 8:24 a.m. All in favor, motion carried.




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Board Chairman, Kelly Aesoph                                    Business Official, Lisa Raethz