Monday August 10, 2015
The School Board for the Mobridge-Pollock School District No. 62-6 convened pursuant to due notice at 7:00 pm., Monday August 10, 2015 in regular session at the Pollock School/ Community Center. The following members were in attendance: Harry Kindt, Eric Stroeder, Gilbert Mickelson, Jay Shillingstad, and Jane Looyenga. Also in attendance was Superintendent Frederick, Business Manager Schneider, representatives from the news media, Lisa Zahn, Marion Beck, and community members. Chairman Kindt convened the board for its regular session by leading the Pledge to the Flag. Motions are unanimously passed unless otherwise stated. ACTION 16015 – DISCUSS/APPROVE CONSENT AGENDA
Mickelson made a motion to approve the following items on the Consent Agenda in accord with the recommendations of the administration: financial reports, claims, and minutes of the July 13, 2015 meetings, open enrollment applications, lane change as per policy, adoption of the agenda with the addition of 8.5 FY15 Audit Approval for Auditor. Stroeder seconded. FINANCIAL REPORT & CLAIMS
The financial report of receipts, disbursements and cash balances for the month are listed below:
Receipts: Taxes $ 44,500.85, State Aid $187,893.00; Federal Sources $67,848.71; Interest on Investment $1216.50; Misc./ Local $5,275.42; Insurance Compensation $1329.58; Food Sales $1,674.11. Total Receipts $309,738.17.
Expenditures: Verified Claims & Expenditures $266,719.58.
Cash Balances: July 31, 2015: General Fund $2,184,961.94; Capital Outlay $1,268,093.07; Special Education, $176,229.79; Pension Fund $48,532.48; Impact Aid $653,812.15; Bond Redemption $92,448.39, Capital Projects Fund -$4,851.43; Food Service $39,075.71; Unemployment Fund, $1,426.78.
Trust and Agency Funds: Receipts $17,742.05; Expenditures $15,126.33; Balance $48,776.56.
See EXHIBIT A –for Claims Detail. OLD BUSINESS
Recap of Instrumental/ Chorus Trip to Minneapolis and Update on the Band Uniforms: Marion Beck and Lisa Zahn were present to give a brief presentation to the board and those present on their recent trip to Minneapolis and upcoming plans for another Music Trip in the future. The band uniforms are now here and ready for the coming school year. PRESENTATION BY MR. RALPH HANSON
Mr. Hanson will not be available this evening – he had another obligation to attend. He will try to come to the Mobridge-Pollock School at a future meeting to present on activities of the Pollock region (Wind Farm, potential Dairy Farm, other items of interest). ACTION 16016 – DISCUSS/APPROVE SURPLUS LIST
Mickelson moved to approve of the surplus list as presented and declare of no value and dispose of the items. Motion seconded Shillingstad. ACTION 16017 – DISCUSS/APPROVE RESIGNATIONS AND CONTRACTS
Shillingstad moved to approve the following resignations and contracts: Resignations – Cody Stotz from MS Football and Derek Veldhuisen from MS Volleyball. Contracts – Cody Stotz as Assistant Football Coach $2204.55, Derek Veldhuisen as MS Football Coach $1675.35, Sam Sauer as Assistant Track Coach $2204.55, Elizabeth Fischer as MS Volleyball Coach $1583.55. Motion seconded by Stroeder. ACTION 16018 – DISCUSS/APPROVE POLICY-SECOND READING: SECTION G: PERSONNEL – TEACHER EVALUATION
Stroeder moved to approve the second reading of the Personnel – Teacher Evaluation Policy and adopt as policy, seconded by Looyenga. ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS
Prinicipal’s Reports: No reports – Both Principal’s and the AD and the Superintendent will be attending a meeting in Pollock on Wednesday evening to meet with the parents of the students of the Mobridge-Pollock School District.
Business Manager’s Report: Business Manager Schneider gave a brief report on the FY15 Audit, Montana Dakota Utilities – increases proposed for approval, Annual Report for FY15.
Superintendent’s Report: Superintendent Frederick reported on the following items: Fall In-service agenda items: (Teachscape/Teacher Evaluations/SLO’s, Building Principal Meetings, Federal Programs, Data Team Presentation, Insurance Meeting, Coaches Meeting, New Teacher Orientation ); the Accountability Team (data & leadership) will be meeting on August 11th to go over the State Report Cards; Policies to review: Student Directory, General Fund Balance Policy; Transportation – new 15 passenger van option; Building and Grounds – Dakota Supplies will be here this week to look over the bleachers at Tiger Stadium, FD playground area, and trees for the FD area, MS doors will arrive this week, lots of furniture already on site. Student Directory Information – what is available and what information can be shared. ASBSD Conference was very good and will suggest other administration attend in the future; will attend the NAFIS conference in Washington DC at the end of September; will hold the parent meeting in Pollock on Wednesday evening; Communicating through Technology (Move It Forward) – online opportunities were presented and discussed. ACTION 16019 – FY15 AUDIT DISCUSS/ APPROVE AUDITOR TO PERFORM FY 15 AUDIT
Mickelson moved to approve Cahill, Bauer, and Associates to perform the FY15 Audit, seconded by Shillingstad. ACTION 16020- ADJOURNMENT
Stroeder moved to adjourn the meeting at 8:40 pm. Mickelson seconded.
Business Manager Exhibit “A”:
GENERAL FUND: A & B BUSINESS SOLUTIONS, COPIER/PRINTER LEASE, 1,997.30, COPIER/PRINTER LEASE, 1,997.30, AFLAC, CANCER INSURANCE, 492.21, ALL AMERICAN SPORTS CORP., MS FOOTBALL SUPPLIES, 1,883.51, AUTOMATIC BUILDING CONTROLS, BATTERY, 147.47, BEST WESTERN RAMKOTA HOTEL, CTE CONFERENCE LODGING, 183.98, BLICK ART MATERIALS, ART SUPPLIES, 1,592.88, ART SUPPLIES, 30.60, BREWER, KIM , TUITION REIMBURSEMENT, 40.00, BRIDGE CITY MARINA & RESORT, INC., TIGER KIDS FISHING, 250.00, CALLOWAY HOUSE, SUPPLIES, 27.94, CARDMEMBER SERVICE, WR SUPPLIES, 172.73, CARDMEMBER SERVICE, HEARTSTART, 2,718.00, CARDMEMBER SERVICE, ASBO IN SF LODGING, (924.82), CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL SUPPLY CO., SCIENCE SUPPLIES, 462.04, SCIENCE SUPPLIES, 564.50, SCIENCE SUPPLIES, 51.20, SCIENCE SUPPLIES, 184.20, MS SCIENCE SUPPLIES, 10.00, CDW GOVERNMENT, INC, SUPPLIES, 2,309.95, REPLACEMENT BATTERIES, 2,261.42, CENGAGE LEARNING, SUPPLIES, 638.00, CENTRAL DIESEL SALES INC, 1989 BLUEBIRD, 478.41, 2003 INT, 290.04, 2009 INT, 398.80, 2015 BLUEBIRD, 374.38, CITY OF MOBRIDGE, WATER - HS, 2,972.97, CLASSROOM DIRECT/SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC, SUPPLIES, 86.81, SUPPLIES, 103.40, SUPPLIES, 100.34, SUPPLIES, 33.58, SUPPLIES, 30.48, SUPPLIES, 136.57, SUPPLIES, 50.22, CONNECTING POINT, CISCO SMARTNET MAINTENANCE, 620.00, S/H CHARGES, 50.00, EAI EDUCATION, SCIENCE SUPPLIES, 358.77, EBSCO INFORMATION SERVICES, LIBRARY PERIODICALS, 52.01, FARNAM'S GENUINE PARTS INC, SUPPLIES, 28.25, FLINN SCIENTIFIC INC, SCIENCE SUPPLIES, 239.47, SCIENCE SUPPLIES, 937.26, GAS N GOODIES, GIFT CARDS, 300.00, GOPHER, PE SUPPLIES, 204.51, PE SUPPLIES, 338.13, PE SUPPLIES, 278.46, GRAND CENTRAL INC, CTE CONF TRAVEL, 348.85, HAUFF MID- AMERICA SPORTS INC, GIRLS GOLF AWARDS, 61.70, HEARTLAND WASTE MANAGEMENT, INC., GARBAGE, 380.00, HETTICK, STEPHEN , REIMB COACHING COARSE TUITION, 80.00, HOMESTEAD BLDG SUPPLIES, GLASS, 263.96, HOUCHEN BINDERY, BOOKS REBOUND, 999.70, IMPREST, UPS, 343.83, JOSTENS, INC., 2014-2015 YEARBOOKS, 1,913.65, KUEHL, LYNNETTE N, TUITION REIMBURSEMENT, 40.00, LAKESHORE LEARNING, SUPPLIES, 24.99, LEE & JUNDT AUTO BODY LTD, WINDSHIELD, 435.00, LENZ, AMBER , TUITION REIMBURSEMENT, 80.00, MARCO PRODUCTS, INC., SUPPLIES, 162.53, OVERAGE, 142.74, MARTIN, DAVIS , MOWING CONTRACT, 985.71, McGRAWHILL SCHOOL EDUCATION HOLDINGS LLC, GRADE 1 SUPPLIES, 564.86, GRADE 2 SUPPLIES, 541.01, KIND SUPPLIES, 649.12, 3RD GRADE SUPPLIES, 795.87, 4TH GRADE SUPPLIES, 517.46, 5TH GRADE SUPPLIES, 711.97, MEDICO LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY, LIFE INSURANCE, 229.00, MOBRIDGE HARDWARE, SUPPLIES , 1,873.17, MOBRIDGE MANUFACTURING INC, MOVE BLDG TO TIGER STADIUM, 700.00, MOBRIDGE REGIONAL HOSPITAL & CLINIC, DRUG TEST, 40.00, MOBRIDGE TRIBUNE, LEGALS, 189.33, LEGALS, 146.63, LEGALS, 297.29, BACK TO SCHOOL, 1,872.00, MONTANA DAKOTA UTILITIES, NATURAL GAS, 5,713.92, NASCO, MS PE SUPPLIES, 260.85, MS PE SUPPLIES, 13.90, ELEM SUPPLIES , 24.25, HS SUPLIES, 129.01, ELEM SUPPLIES , 39.71, ART SUPPLIES, 910.79, MS SCIENCE SUPPLIES, 195.61, NCS PEARSON, INC., WRITE TO LEARN, 3,092.25, OMNI GROUP, THE , 403(b) SERVICE, 30.00, PAYLESS FOODS, SUPPLIES, 57.62, PEARSON EDUCATION INC, GRADE 1 SUPPLIES, 2,084.90, GRADE 2 SUPPLIES, 1,435.92, PLANK ROAD PUBLISHING INC, ELEM MUSIC SUPPLIES, 112.45, PLIC - SBD GRAND ISLAND, EYE & DENTAL INSURANCE, 3,017.08, POSITIVE PROMOTIONS, DRUG FREE SUPPLIES, 202.95, PREMIER AGENDAS INC, MS AGENDAS, 873.30, ROYAL SPORT SHOP, MS FOOTBALLS, 371.70, RUNNINGS SUPPLY, INC., SUPPLIES, 75.97, SANFORD HEALTH PLAN, HEALTH INSURANCE, 36,859.96, SCHOLASTIC INC., STORYWORKS, 307.56, GRADE 1 SCHOLASTIC NEWS, 283.14, GRADE 2 SCHOLASTIC NEWS, 250.47, SCHOLASTIC ART, 21.95, STORYWORKS & SCOPE, 371.34, LET'S FIND OUT, 346.50, GRADE 5/6 SCHOLASTIC NEWS, 272.25, SCHOOL NURSE SUPPLY INC., ELEM FIRST AID SUPPLIES, 380.04, MS FIRST AID SUPPLIES, 372.36, HS FIRST AID SUPPLIES, 545.22, SCHOOL SPECIALTY, TITLE VII SUPPLIES, 205.11, MS MATH SUPPLIES, 198.73, ELEM SUPPLIES, 62.82, MS ENGL SUPPLIES, 430.24, ELEM SUPPLIES, 8.30, GRADE 5 SUPPLIES, 78.04, GRADE 4 SUPPLIES, 33.45, GRADE 1 SUPPLIES, 76.69, TITLE VII SUPPLIES, 427.25, GRADE 5 SUPPLIES, 66.64, SUPPLIES, 80.96, SD SCHOOLS' GROUP INS POOL, UNUM LIFE INSURANCE, 221.14, SD TEACHER PLACEMENT CENTER, MEMBERSHIP, 420.00, SDACTE, SDCATE CONF, 340.00, SECTION 8002, MEMBERSHIP DUES, 50.00, SECURE BENEFITS SYSTEMS, SECTION 125 PLAN, 66.75, SUPREME SCHOOL SUPPLY, GRADE 1 SUPPLIES, 16.14, TANDY LEATHER FACTORY, ART SUPPLIES, 230.63, TEACHER CREATED RESOURCES, ELEM SUPPLIES, 8.28, TEACHER DIRECT, KIND SUPPLIES, 99.74, GRADE 1 SUPPLIES, 31.40, GRADE 2 SUPPLIES, 59.56, ELEM SUPPLIES, 122.90, GRADE 2 SUPPLIES, 86.98, GRADE 3 SUPPLIES, 100.14, ELEM SUPPLIES, 22.72, MUE SUPPLIES, 66.08, ELEM SUPPLIES, 114.16, TREND ENTERPRISES, INC., GRADE 1 SUPPLIES, 62.14, TREND ENTERPRISES, INC., ELEM SUPPLIES, 32.88, TRIARCO, ART SUPPLIES, 852.51, ART SUPPLIES, 26.36, VALLEY MOTORS, TECH VAN TIRE REPAIR, 15.00, WEST RIVER TELECOMMUNICATIONS, PHONE CHARGES, 281.72, PHONE CHARGES, 1,069.80, WINNER SCHOOL DISTRICT 59-2, 15-16 IMPACT SCHOOLS, 554.16, ZAHN, BRYAN , 2011 TECHNOLOGY SUMMIT, 200.00, ZAHN, LISA , TUITION REIMBURSEMENT, 50.00, ZANER-BLOSER, GRADE 1 SUPPLIES, 821.70, 3RD GRADE SUPPLIES, 946.47, ZELLER, SHALENA , TUITION REIMBURSEMENT, 40.00. GENERAL FUND TOTAL: $108,274.20.
CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND: A & B BUSINESS, INC., HS SPED FURNITURE, 63.73, HS SPED FURNITURE, 194.82, MARKERBOARDS, 1,891.75, AMAZON, MS RED SCIENCE BOOKS (10), 801.88, FORDHAM SIGNS & DESIGN, PLASTIC LETTERS, 1,295.00, MOBRIDGE YOUTH ORGANIZATION, INC., PRACTICE FIELD SPRINKLERS, 1,000.00, PEARSON EDUCATION INC, CULINARY TEXTBOOKS, 1,358.39, PERMA-BOUND BOOKS, LIBRARY BOOKS, 49.82, LIBRARY BOOKS, 29.94, LIBRARY BOOKS, 652.37, LIBRARY BOOKS, 465.81, LIBRARY BOOKS, 489.71, LIBRARY BOOKS, 949.60, ULTIMATE TEAM SALES, VB UNIFORMS, 2,093.04, UNIFORM GAME SHORTS, 414.00. CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND TOTAL: $11,749.86.
SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND: A & B BUSINESS, INC., SH SPED SUPPLIES, 8.76, CARSON-DELLOSA PUBLISHING CO LLC, MUE SPED SUPPLIES, 158.27, CLASSROOM DIRECT/ SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC, HS SPED SUPPLIES, 64.24, GRAND CENTRAL INC, SPED TRAVEL, 38.25, GREAT IDEAS FOR TEACHING, INC., SPEECH SUPPLIES, 104.50, HOUGHTON MIFFLIN HARCOURT PUBLISHING CO, WOODCOCK JOHNSON IV 2015, 3,460.60, MUE SPED SUPPLIES, 276.78, SUPPLIES, 276.78, LAKESHORE LEARNING, PRESCHOOL SPED SUPPLIES, 167.23, McGRAW-HILL SCHOOL EDUCATION HOLDINGS LLC, MUE SPED SUPPLIES, 905.68, MUE SPED SUPPLIES, 93.21, MEDICO LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY, LIFE INSURANCE, 44.08, MOBRIDGE REGIONAL HOSPITAL AND CLINICS, PT SERVICES, 46.00, NASCO, MUE SEVERE SPED SUPPLIES, 87.60, NCS PEARSON, INC., SPEECH SUPPLIES, 710.39, NOVEL IDEAS INC, MS SPED SUPPLIES, 59.80, OAHE INC., STUDENT SERVICES, 656.40, PLIC - SBD GRAND ISLAND, EYE & DENTAL INSURANCE, 413.76, REMEDIA PUBLICATIONS INC., HS SPED SUPPLIES, 310.41, SANFORD HEALTH PLAN, HEALTH INSURANCE, 4,992.76, SCHOOL SPECIALTY,
SEVERE SPED SUPPLIES, 9.37, PRESCHOOL SPED SUPPLIES, 165.19, SCHOOL SPECIALTY, HS SPED SUPPLIES, 322.30, MS SPED SUPPLIES, 641.46, SD DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES, STUDENT SERVICES, 1,729.06, SD SCHOOLS' GROUP INS POOL, UNUM LIFE INSURANCE, 26.60, ST ALEXIUS CLINICS, EVALUATION, 323.00, SUPER DUPER PUBLICATIONS, SPEECH SUPPLIES, 219.25. SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND TOTAL: $16,311.73.
PENSION FUND: PLIC - SBD GRAND ISLAND, EYE & DENTAL INSURANCE, 277.48, SANFORD HEALTH PLAN, HEALTH INSURANCE, 1,762.80. PENSION FUND TOTAL: $2,040.28.
BOND REDEMPTION FUND: DACOTAH BANK, INTEREST, 21,650.00. BOND REDEMPTION FUND TOTAL: $21,650.00.
FOOD SERVICE FUND: CARDMEMBER SERVICE, SNA CONF, 28.49, CASHWA DISTRIBUTING, FOOD, 1,182.95, EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO. INC., FOOD, 42.15, HERITAGE FOOD SERVICE GROUP INC, FAUCET PARTS, 222.18, KEMPS LLC, FOOD, 413.65, MEDICO LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY, LIFE INSURANCE, 24.26, MERKEL'S FOODS, FOOD, 96.21, PAYLESS FOODS, FOOD, 20.83, PLIC - SBD GRAND ISLAND, EYE & DENTAL INSURANCE, 307.06, SANFORD HEALTH PLAN, HEALTH INSURANCE, 5,392.16, SD SCHOOLS' GROUP INS POOL, UNUM LIFE INSURANCE, 79.28. FOOD SERVICE FUND TOTAL: $7,809.22.
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IN CIRCUIT COURT
COUNTY OF CAMPBELL
FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN RE ESTATE OF
FRED J. KUNZ,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is given that, on August 13, 2015, Eugene M. Morton, PO Box 122, Britton, South Dakota 57430, was appointed as personal representative of the estate of Fred J. Kunz, who died on June 26, 2015. Creditors of decedent must file their claims within four months after the date of the first publication of this notice or their claims may be barred. Claims may be (a) filed with the personal representative, or (b) filed with the clerk and a copy of the claim mailed to the personal representative.
Eugene M. Morton
PO Box 122
Britton, South Dakota
FROHLING LAW OFFICE
PO Box 919, Britton, SD
CAMPBELL CO CLERK
OF COURTS, CLERK OF
PO Box 146
Mound City, South Dakota
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