Monday, Oct. 10, 2016
The School Board for the Mobridge-Pollock School District No. 62-6 convened pursuant to due notice at 7:00 p.m., Monday October 10, 2016 in regular session at the Mobridge-Pollock School High School Library. The following members were in attendance: Harry Kindt, Jane Looyenga, Gilbert Mickelson, Jay Shillingstad and Eric Stroeder. Also in attendance were Superintendent Frederick, Business Manager Schneider, Jill Olson, Erin Dale, students and media representatives. Chairman Stroeder convened the board for its regular session by leading the Pledge to the Flag. Motions are unanimously passed unless otherwise stated. ACTION 17041 – CONSENT AGENDA
Mickelson made a motion to approve the following items on the consent agenda in accord with the recommendations of the administration: claims, minutes for the Sept. 12th meeting, financial reports, disclosures and request for waivers (HB1214) moved to 3.5, discussion Tuition Reimbursement (as per policy), seconded by Kindt. FINANCIAL REPORT & CLAIMS:
The financial report of receipts, disbursements and cash balances for the month are listed below:
Receipts: Taxes $ 29,180.45; State Aid $203,217.00; Federal Sources $31,256.24; Interest on Investment $472.76; Misc./ Local $12,314.64; Insurance Compensation $1,538.04; Food Sales $10,799.29; Total Receipts $303,778.42.
Expenditures: Verified Claims & Expenditures $734,140.55.
Cash Balances: Sept. 30, 2016: General Fund $2,179,418.67; Capital Outlay $1,191,467.63; Special Education $171,163.61; Pension Fund $86,454.10; Impact Aid $736,936.15; Bond Redemption $174,479.22; Food Service $-2,614.02; Unemployment Fund, $1,426.78.
Trust and Agency Funds: Receipts $10,982.94; Expenditures $16,726.06; Balance $79,731.86. OLD BUSINESS
MS/Upper Elementary Updates: new cabinets are in place and 3 more set to order, waiting on the bleachers. School Security-Surveillance Project: pulled most of the wiring already and waiting for the equipment to arrive. Tiger Stadium Scoreboard Project: old scoreboard is out of the ground. New scoreboard up towards the beginning of the following week. Source of Strength: our focus is to develop a Comprehensive Behavioral Health Model/Matrix. Staff Development Day: presenter Stephanie Weaver did a very nice job of covering our responsibilities in serving students with disabilities. ACTION 17042 – CONSIDER DISCLOSURES AND REQUEST FOR WAIVERS (HB 1214 CONFLICT OF INTEREST BILL
Disclosures presented: 1) Tim Frederick; 2) Mike Busch; 3) Jill Olson; 4) Jay Shillingstad; 5) Eric Stroeder.
TimFrederick,wifeRhonda, teacher in the school district: Motion by Kindt to approve waiver, second by Looyenga: HK – Y, JL – Y, GM – Y, JS – Y, ES – Y. Motion carried.
Mike Busch, wife Dawn Busch, teacher in the school district: Motion by Looyenga to approve waiver, second by Shillingstad: JL – Y, GM – Y, JS – Y, HK – Y, ES – Y. Motion carried.
Jill Olson, owner of Mac Theatre: Motion by Mickelson to approve waiver, second by Looyenga; GM – Y, JS – Y, HK – Y, ES – Y, JL – Y. Motion carried.
Jay Shillingstad, wife Loxie Shillingstad, teacher in the school district: Motion by Mickelson to approve waiver, second by Looyenga; GM – Y, HK – Y, ES – Y, JL – Y. Motion carried.
Eric Stroeder, wife Karrie Stroeder, works as para professional in the MS/Upper Elementary: Motion by Kindt to approve waiver, second by Mickelson. HK – Y, JL – Y, GM – Y JS – Y. Motion carried. Copies of Request for School Board Waiver are recorded and available in the business office. PRINCIPAL’S REPORTS
Erin Dale – MUE/MS Principal reported on enrollment data; Aimsweb benchmark assessments are completed; Teachers have completed all SLO Student Learning Objectives; Walk or Ride to school day; DOT, football players, and city staff were on hand as crossing guards; Pay it Forward Program with a “Brick” wall of Random Acts of Kindness in the middle school commons area.
Jill Olson – Elementary Principal reported on enrollment data, PT Conferences, Veteran’s Day program, Jersey’s for Junior Achievement, and training on Functional Behavior Assessments.
Mike Busch’s report included: enrollment data, dates of various testing, events, and training. DISCUSS STATE REPORT CARD
Superintendent Frederick reviewed the state report card. ACTION 17043 – DISCUSS/APPROVE RESIGNATION & ADVERTISING
Motion by Shillingstad to approve the resignation of Sam Sauer as Asst Track Coach and advertise for the position, seconded by Kindt. ACTION 17044 – DISCUSS APPROVE CONTRACT
Motion by Mickelson to approve the contract for Morijah Mittleider for concessions advisor for $3300.00, second by Kindt. ACTION 17045 - DISCUSS/APPROVE SURPLUS LIST
Motion by Mickelson to approve the surplus of Tiger Stadium Scoreboard and approve to transfer the property/ equipment to the City of Mobridge as per SDCL 6-5-1, second by Kindt. ACTION 17046 – DISCUSS/APPROVE ADVERTISING FOR SNOW REMOVAL (AS PER SPECS)
Motion by Kindt to approve the advertising for Snow Removal specs (same as last year), second by Looyenga. ACTION 17047 – DISCUSS/APPROVE RESOLUTION NO. 16-05
Motion by Kindt to approve city resolution to consolidate the local board of equalization and the county board of equalization. The resolution continues to give the school the opportunity to have an individual on the board, seconded by Shillingstad. ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS
The business manager gave a brief report on: received final approval for the NSLP application for 2016- 17 and will be completing the requirements for the Verification Report; received approval from Department of Legislative Audit for the FY16 audit to be performed by Cahill, Bauer, and Associates; and reported on the sessions attended during the Association of School Business Officials fall conference.
Superintendent Frederick reported on the following: Buildings & Grounds update; Grants Management System – short presentation on where the money is spent in each of the grant programs; NAFIS & FLISA – update on the conference sessions; “Sources of Strength” program – meeting with parents and community members to help our students develop the coping skills and self-confidence to be successful. ACTION 17048 – ADJOURNMENT
Motion by Mickelson to adjourn the meeting at 8:30 pm, seconded by Kindt.
GENERAL FUND: A & B BUSINESS SOLUTIONS, COPIER/PRINTER LEASE, 2,067.12, AFLAC, CANCER INSURANCE, 286.64, ALL AMERICAN SPORTS CORP., MOUTHPIECES, 75.83, AMAZON, SUPPLIES, 78.95, ENVISION MATH - GRADE 4, 59.18, FIRST DAYS OF SCHOOL - BOOKS, 905.10, SUPPLIES, 38.54, MICROSOFT SURFACE PRO 4 COVER, 107.99, CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT BOOKS, 519.54, ARMSTRONG EXTINGUISHER SERVICE INC, INSPECTION, 197.96, BEADLE'S SALES, 2015 TRANSIT - OIL CHNG, 36.63, BEST WESTERN RAMKOTA, LODGING, 191.98, INDIAN ED SUMMIT, 570.00, BISMARCK PUBLIC SCHOOLS, STUDENT SERVICES, 378.92, BROWN AND SAENGER, SUPPLIES, 2,983.46, SUPPLIES, 1,156.50, SUPPLIES, 14.00, SUPPLIES, 38.70, SUPPLIES, 44.50, SUPPLIES, 32.46, CARDMEMBER SERVICE, NAfME MEMBERSHIP, 114.00, JOM - ACT, 1,060.04, CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL SUPPLY CO., HS SCIENCE SUPPLIES, 1,540.00, CENTRAL DIESEL SALES INC, SUPPLIES, 6.08, CENTRAL STATES TRANSPORTATION, CDL TEST, 90.00, CHURCHILL, MANOLIS, FREEMAN, NATIONAL ED LAW ASSOC , 135.00, CITY OF MOBRIDGE, BACKGROUND FINGERPRINTING, 168.00, CITY OF MOBRIDGE, WATER - MS, 2,490.08, COLE PAPERS INC., LIGHTBULBS, 1,369.20, POLISH PADS, 14.69, DADY DRUG, SUPPLIES, 42.32, CULTURE SUPPLIES, 92.42, DEDMAN, DEREK , BACKGROUND CHECK, 43.25, DEVAUGHN, OKEVIA , BACKGROUND CHECK - ERICA, 86.50, EISEMANN BUILDING PRODUCTS, SUPPLIES, 149.60, TIGER STADIUM GATE, 96.42, FARNAM'S GENUINE PARTS INC, GLOVES, 46.53, BULBS AND TOWELS, 9.34, EXCURSION HEADLIGHT BULBS, 22.98, SUPPLIES, 14.80, RETURN SUPPLIES, (14.80), FOREMAN SALES AND SERVICE INC, BUS INSPECTIONS, 362.80, G & R CONTROLS, SERVICE SYSTEM, 103.78, GAS N GOODIES, ACTIVITY BUSING, 10.71, GRAND CENTRAL INC, TRAVEL, 2,012.68, GTC AUTO PARTS, INC., #4 ACTIVITY BUS, 25.98, HASE PLUMBING, HEATING & AIR, REPAIR PIPE, 216.50, HEARTLAND PUBLISHING, LEGALS, 154.56, HEARTLAND WASTE MANAGEMENT, INC., GARBAGE, 80.00, GARBAGE, 901.00, HENDERSON, MISTI , BACKGROUND CHECK, 43.25, HOMESTEAD BLDG SUPPLIES, SUPPLIES, 15.79, HOUGHTON MIFFLIN HARCOURT PUBLISHING CO, WRITE SOURCE GR 5, 91.80, IMPREST, SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, OFFICIALS, 10,234.94, JAHRAUS, JESSICA , PROMETHIAN TRAINING, 40.00, JAHRAUS, JESSICA , KIND ACADEMY 2016, 40.00, JENSEN ROCK AND SAND INC, FORKLIFT RENTAL, 100.00, JW PEPPER & SON INC, HS CHORUS MUSIC, 46.00, MS CHORUS MUSIC, 65.10, HS CHORUS MUSIC, 17.10, HS CHORUS MUSIC, (1.95), HS CHORUS MUSIC, 1.95, HS CHORUS MUSIC, 30.40, MS CHORUS MUSIC, 29.25, MS CHORUS MUSIC, 1.90, HS CHORUS MUSIC, 9.75, KENNY JENSEN RENTALS, BUS STORAGE, 1,100.00, KEY INSURANCE, PREMIUMS, 98.00, KNUDSON, THOMAS , DEVELOPING FAMILY SCHOOL PARTNERSHIPS, 125.00, KONE INC, ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE, 1,630.40, KRAFT, DEBRA , SDACTE DUES, 160.00, KUEHL, LYNNETTE N , SDCOUNTS MATH, 40.00, KULLY SUPPLY INC, SUPPLIES, 224.58, LARRY'S LOCK & KEY, KEYS, 15.00, KEYS, 15.00, KEYS, 25.00, KEYS, 21.00, LEE & JUNDT AUTO BODY LTD, WINDSHIELD #4 ROUTE BUS, 575.00, LUCKY'S GAS & MORE, TRAVEL, 1,717.79, MARTIN, DAVIS , MOWING CONTRACT, 1,242.85, MARTIN, DAVIS , MOWING CONTRACT, 1,242.85, MATHESON TRI-GAS INC, SUPPLIES, 187.10, SUPPLIES, 15.65, McLEOD'S PRINTING & OFFICE SUPPLY, T & A CHECKS, 198.00, MEDICO LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY, LIFE INSURANCE, 220.20, MERKEL'S FOODS, SUPPLIES, 115.59, MID-AMERICAN RESEARCH CHEMICAL, SUPPLIES, 973.50, MOBRIDGE GAS COMPANY, LP GAS, 11.25, MOBRIDGE HARDWARE, SUPPLIES, 643.97, MOBRIDGE TRIBUNE, LEGALS, 157.27, MOBRIDGE-POLLOCK SCHOOL DIST 62-6, SUPPLIES, 144.82, MONTANA DAKOTA UTILITIES, NATURAL GAS, 10,127.00, NETWORK SERVICES COMPANY, SUPPLIES, 48.14, CLEANING SUPPLIES, 22.50, SUPPLIES, 18.46, POLISH PADS, 16.90, PAPER TOWELS - PALLET, 926.75, NSU, SPANISH I AND SPANISH II TEXTBOOKS, 384.48, OLSEN SAFETY EQUIPMENT CORP, SUPPLIES, 499.20, OMNI GROUP, THE , 403(b) SERVICE, 30.00, PARKSTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 33-3, STUDENT SERVICES, 343.42, PAYLESS FOODS, SUPPLIES, 51.96, SUPPLIES, 39.19, ELECTION PICNIC, 26.24, SUPPLIES, 1,684.56, PEARSON EDUCATION INC, MATH WORKBOOKS, 2,598.17, PITNEY BOWES INC, POSTAGE, 490.00, METER RENTAL, 317.52, PLIC - SBD GRAND ISLAND, EYE & DENTAL INSURANCE, 3,541.85, RUNNINGS SUPPLY, INC., SUPPLIES, 408.51, SANFORD HEALTH PLAN, HEALTH INSURANCE, 41,576.70, SCHOOL SPECIALTY, JOM SUPPLIES, 105.04, SUPPLIES, 2,807.89, SCHOOLFIX / DECKER EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, 157.37, SD SCHOOLS' GROUP INS POOL, UNUM LIFE INSURANCE,
184.88, SDVBCA, MEMBERSHIP - K PIATT, 35.00, SECURE BENEFITS SYSTEMS, SECTION 125 PLAN, 79.50, SHOPKO STORES OPERATING CO., LLC, PHONE MINUTES, 19.99, SOUTH DAKOTA HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSOCIATION, MEMBERSHIP - K PIATT, 40.00, TAYLOR MUSIC INC, BAND SUPPLIES, 376.00, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION IN EDUCATION, 2016- 2017 MEMBERSHIP DUES, 1,470.00, TRAINING ROOM, INC, SUPPLIES, 472.06, WEST RIVER TELECOMMUNICATIONS, PHONE CHARGES, 662.88, ZAHN, LISA , MEMBERSHIP DUES, 95.00. GENERAL FUND TOTAL: $112,550.72.
CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND: A & B BUSINESS, INC., CABINETS FOR CLASSROOMS, 11,867.28, GUEST CHAIRS (3), 697.68, SOFA, CHAIR AND TABLE, 1,733.50, AMAZON, ENTREPRENEURSHIP TEXTBOOKS, 149.22, PERSONAL FINANCE TEXTBOOKS (1), 198.34, CONSUMER MATH TEXTBOOKS, 435.23, JOURNALISM TODAY - TEXTBOOKS, 222.24, ALGEBRA I, 206.82, BROWN AND SAENGER, HON-1877C BOOKCASE, 356.49, DAKTRONICS, INC, TIMING CONSOLE, 5,305.00, DAKTRONICS, INC, FOOTBALL/ TRACK SCOREBOARD, 33,254.00, EISEMANN BUILDING PRODUCTS, FD SIDEWALK, 88.85, CROWS NEST, 3,148.98, GOLDEN WEST TECHNOLOGIES, INFOCUS WHITEBOARDS, 732.00, GOODHEART-WILCOX PUBLISHER, MODERN WELDING TEXTBOOKS (5), 470.70, HOUGHTON MIFFLIN HARCOURT PUBLISHING CO, WRITE SOURCE TEXTBOOKS, 685.60, WRITE SOURCE TEXTBOOKS, 592.50, WRITE SOURCE, 447.60, WRITE SOURCE, 217.90, WRITE SOURCE, 895.75, WRITE SOURCE TEXTBOOKS, 79.00, JENSEN ROCK AND SAND INC, FD SIDEWALK, 336.00, SCHOOL TECH SUPPLY, 120 CHROMEBOOKS, 35,296.00, TUMBLESON LAWN SERVICE, INSTALL SPRINKLER SYSTEM - FD PLAYGROUND, 5,280.00, TUMBLESON LAWN SERVICE, FD PLAYGROUND, 3,100.00. CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND TOTAL: $105,796.68.
SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND: AMAZON, SUPPLIES, 35.97, DUNCAN, WINTER, INFUSED INSTRUCTION, 45.00, DUNCAN, WINTER, DEVELOPING FAMILY SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP, 45.00, IMPREST, LIFE INS, 211.72, LARSEN, AMY, IPAD TRAINING 2012, 40.00, MEDICO LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY, LIFE INSURANCE, 62.36, MOBRIDGE REGIONAL HOSPITAL AND CLINICS, PT SERVICES, 1,344.00, PAYLESS FOODS, PRESCHOOL SUPPLIES, 73.22, PLANKINTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 1-1, STUDENT SERVICES, 2,373.14, PLANKINTON SCHOOLDISTRICT1-1,STUDENT SERVICES, 2,166.78, PLIC - SBD GRAND ISLAND, EYE & DENTAL INSURANCE, 768.76, SANFORD HEALTH PLAN, HEALTH INSURANCE, 6,443.11, SD SCHOOLS' GROUP INS POOL, UNUM LIFE INSURANCE, 27.90. SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND TOTAL: $13,636.96.
PENSION FUND: PLIC - SBD GRAND ISLAND, EYE & DENTAL INSURANCE, 344.47, SANFORD HEALTH PLAN, HEALTH INSURANCE, 1,850.85. PENSION FUND TOTAL: $2,195.32.
FOOD SERVICE FUND: ARMSTRONG EXTINGUISHER SERVICE INC, INSPECTION, 197.96, BERNARD FOOD INDUSTRIES, INC., FOOD,573.42,BLUERIBBON MAINTENANCE, APRONS, 252.96, CASH-WA DISTRIBUTING, FOOD, 13,099.91, CHILD AND ADULT NUTRITION SERVICES - DOE, FOOD, 1,159.04, COCACOLA BOTTLING HIGH COUNTRY, FOOD, 316.00, COCA-COLA BOTTLING HIGH COUNTRY, FOOD, 32.00, EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO. INC., FOOD, 558.15, GRAND CENTRAL INC, FS VAN, 58.75, IMPREST, LIFE INS, 19.96, KEMPS LLC, FOOD, 2,563.84, MEDICO LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY, LIFE INSURANCE, 23.88, MERKEL'S FOODS, FOOD, 106.34, MOBRIDGE HARDWARE, SUPPLIES, 2.57, PAYLESS FOODS, FOOD, 84.49, PLIC - SBD GRAND ISLAND, EYE & DENTAL INSURANCE, 302.92, SANFORD HEALTH PLAN, HEALTH INSURANCE, 6,211.63, SD SCHOOLS' GROUP INS POOL, UNUM LIFE INSURANCE, 77.04, US FOODSERVICE, INC., FOOD, 6,490.62. FOOD SERVICE FUND TOTAL: $32,131.48.
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approximate cost of $138.92
Notice of Election
and Vacancy WEB
Board of Directors
WEB Water Development Association, Inc. hereby gives notice that the Board of Directors seats for District 2, 5 and 9 are up for election. Ballots are due by 11 a.m. at its Annual Meeting on December 3, 2016 at the Ramkota Inn, Convention Center, Aberdeen, SD. Results will be announced at the meeting. The District 4 seat is vacant. The bylaws require the Board of Directors to fill any vacant position by appointment. The board will make this appointment at a meeting to be held immediately after the Annual Meeting:
District # 2: Rural – Edmunds, Faulk & Hyde Counties in SD. (Incumbent Director Evan Haar, Onaka, SD is seeking re-election to a 3rd – 3 year term.)
District # 4: Rural – Campbell & McPherson Counties in SD; Emmons, Dickey & McIntosh Counties in ND. (vacant)
District # 5: Rural – Spink, Beadle & Hand Counties in SD. (Incumbent Director Harold Loewen, Carpenter, SD is not seeking re-election)
District # 9: Bulk – Marshall, Day, Clark, Beadle, Spink & Hand Counties in SD. (Incumbent Director Tim Van Hatten, Conde, SD is seeking re-election to a 2nd – 3 year term.)
Nominating petitions for the elections and applications for the District 4 appointment can be obtained by calling the WEB Water Office at 605- 229-4749, writing WEB Water at PO Box 51, Aberdeen, SD 57402, stopping by the WEB Water Office at 38456 W Hwy 12, Aberdeen, SD or by emailing email@example.com. Petitions and applications must be received at the WEB Water Office by 4:30 p.m., Wednesday, November 9, 2016 to meet the filing deadline.
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approximate cost of $17.16