Contracts, budget transfers approved by M-P school board

 SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES

MOBRIDGE-POLLOCK

SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 62-6

The School Board for the Mobridge- Pollock School District No. 62-6 convened pursuant to due notice at 5:30 pm., Monday June 13, 2022 in regular session at the Mobridge-Pollock School Library. The following members attended Dr. Travis Henderson, Dustin Jahraus, Eric Stroeder, and Chris Fried. Also in attendance were Superintendent Frederick, Business Manager Schneider, Denise Centeno and spouse, Katie Zerr, Orland Geigle. Chairman Stroeder convened the board for its regular session by leading the Pledge to the Flag. Motions are unanimously passed unless otherwise stated.

ACTION 22120 – DISCUSS

/APPROVE CONSENT AGENDA

Jahraus made a motion to amend the consent agenda to include item 7.5 Executive Session: Contractual Issue; and approve the other items on the consent agenda: financial reports, claims for June, minutes of the May 9, 2022 meeting, open enrollment applications and Public School Exemptions for school year, tuition reimbursements (as per policy). Fried seconded. All voting aye, motion carried.

FINANCIAL REPORT & CLAIMS:

The financial report of receipts, disbursements and cash balances for the month are listed below:

Receipts: Taxes $586,994.02; State Aid $184,205.00; Federal Sources $75,672.32; Interest on Investment $173.99; Misc. / Local $6,482.50, Insurance Compensation $3,037.89; Food Sales $7,402.31. Total Receipts $863,968.03.

Expenditures: Verified Claims & Expenditures $881,886.34.

Cash Balances: May 31, 2022: General Fund $887,271.07; Capital Outlay $1,278,938.73; Special Education $7,707.06; Impact Aid $1,177,876.23; Bond Redemption $420,488.81; Food Service $173,019.03.

Trust and Agency Funds: Receipts $9,947.74, Expenditures $8,458.53, Balance $83,461.64.

See EXHIBIT A –for Claims Detail.

OLD BUSINESS / NEW BUSINESS

Superintendent Frederick reported the summer food program has been well attended. He will be sending out weekly reminders to parents on the opportunity to feed their children throughout the month of June. He thanked the ladies that got everything done in preparation for the program. He congratulated the students and coaches on the success in the spring activities. A special congratulations to Jacy Netterville, Faith Heil, Ryli Thompson, and Landyn Henderson on winning the first ever state title in the 4×400 meter relay. He also thanked the Knights of Columbus for the donation to the Special Education Department. A big thank you to Dr. Henderson for installing a sprinkler system to water the new trees at Tiger Stadium.

PRINCIPALS REPORTS –

None this month.

ACTION 22121 – DISCUSS / APPROVE

NAFIS MEMBERSHIP – NATIONAL

ASSOCIATION OF FEDERALLY

IMPACTED SCHOOLS

Motion by Fried to approve the membership to NAFIS organization. Motion seconded by Henderson. All voting aye, motion carried. Dr. Frederick will serve on the board this year.

ACTION 22122 – DISCUSS /

APPROVE ASBSD MEMBERSHIP

Motion by Henderson to approve the membership to ASBSD. Seconded by Jahraus. All voting aye, motion carried.

ACTION 22123 – DISCUSS/

APPROVE CERTIFIED CONTRACTS

Motion by Jahraus to approve the following contract for Kerrie Letsche – (3rd Grade – CRRSA ESSER II) $49,100.00. Motion seconded by Fried. All voting aye, motion carried.

ACTION 22124 – DISCUSS/

APPROVE CO-CURRICULAR CONTRACTS

Motion by Fried to approve the contract to Todd Naasz – Head Wrestling Coach and Assistant Football Coach; Donovon Flaherty – Summer Weight Room Coach. Motion seconded by Jahraus. All voting aye, motion carried.

ACTION 22125 – EXECUTIVE

SESSION (SDCL 1-25-2

(3) CONTRACTUAL ISSUE

Motion by Henderson to go into executive session at 5:42 pm. Seconded by Jahraus. All voting aye, motion carried. Chairman Stroeder declared the board out of executive session at 6:10 pm.

ACTION 22126 – DISCUSS

AUTHORIZE THE OT/PT SERVICE

CONTRACT FOR THE 2022-23

CHOOL YEAR

Motion by Fried to approve the RFP from Mobridge Regional Hospital and Clinics for 2022-23 school year for OT/PT Services, seconded by Jahraus. Henderson abstained. Remaining voting aye, motion carried.

ACTION 22127 – DISCUSS

AUTHORIZE BID PACKAGE

RFP #21.8 – EVENT SEATING

& STAGING SOLUTIONS

Superintendent Frederick reviewed the bid process of purchasing the bid package through the Cooperative Purchasing Connection, the product, reason for moving forward at this time, and how we will be using ARP ESSER III funds to pay for this capital outlay project. Motion by Henderson to accept the bid from Event Seating and Staging Solutions (Tiger Stadium Bleachers) for $515,647.00, seconded by Fried. All voting aye, motion carried. The cost for seating has increased 2% since last month.

ACTION 22128 – DISCUSS/

APPROVE CAHILL, BAUER, & ASSOCIATES, LLC

OR FY21 AUDIT

Motion by Jahraus to approve the FY21 Audit Report from Cahill, Bauer, and Associates, LLC, seconded by Fried. All voting aye, motion carried.

ACTION 22129 – DISCUSS/APPROVE

CAHILL, BAUER, & ASSOCIATES

PROPOSAL FOR FY22 AUDIT

Motion by Jahraus to approve the FY22 Audit Proposal, seconded by Fried. All voting aye, motion carried.

ADMINISTRATIVE REPORT

Business Manager Schneider gave a brief report: Budget adjustments for FY22 – requested a supplement to the Food Service Budget for the higher cost of food. The revenue will be from the high amount of federal reimbursements because of the free meal for all students this year. Also reviewed the Operating Transfer for FY22. All the operating transfers were approved in the final budget. Superintendent’s Report: Track and Window Replacement Update – FD Window project will get started soon and finish in enough time to get the floor waxed and the building prepared for the start of school. The track project is going to be finished up in the month of June. Striping of the track will be completed in the next week. There will be other project to complete at Tiger Stadium this summer. Open positions: Hospitality and Tourism, High School Math, Art. ESSER I through ARP ESSER III Updates: ESSER I is done, Amendment to ESSER III. Working on reimbursement for ESSER II. Consolidated Application and School Improvement Plans: working on these and will be submitting soon. Distribution of Funds (County Auditor) Collected for Public School – waiting on March, April, and May taxes. Deb Kahl has offered an apology in the delay. Will be expecting March and April soon and May not too far behind.

ACTION 22130 – DISCUSS/APPROVE

BUDGET TRANSFERS FOR FY22

After discussion, motion by Henderson to approve the budget operating transfer as follows: General Fund: transfer in from Capital Outlay $233,163, in from Capital Outlay (salaries) $100,000, in from Impact Aid $83,000. Capital Outlay: transfer out to General Fund $233,163, and $100,000. Impact Aid Fund: transfer out to General Fund $83,000. Motion seconded by Fried. All voting aye, motion carried.

ACTION 22131 – DISCUSS/ APPROVE

SUPPLEMENT TO BUDGET

Motion by Jahraus to approve the supplement to the Food Service budget for the higher cost of food, funded from the high federal reimbursement to food service for $60,000. The $60,000 in revenue from higher federal reimbursements. Motion seconded by Henderson. All voting aye, motion carried.

ACTION 22132 – DISCUSS/APPROVE

NOTICE OF HEARING ON 2022-2023

PRELIMINARY BUDGET

Motion by Fried to authorize the “Notice of Hearing on 2022-2023 Preliminary Budget” on July 11, 2022 at the regular school board meeting. The notice will be published along with the Preliminary Budget. Seconded by Henderson. All voting aye, motion carried. ACTION 22133 – ADJOURNMENT Motion by Jahraus to adjourn meeting at 6:50 pm, seconded by Fried. All voting aye, motion carried. Kim Schneider, Business Manager Eric Stroeder, Chairman

EXHIBIT A:

GENERAL FUND:

AFLAC, INSURANCE, 2,479.58, ALL AMERICAN SPORTS CORP., HELMET RECONDITIONING, 2,578.31, AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES, SUPPLIES, 398.59, BUS WASH, 69.23, HAWTHORNE LEGACY – 8, 129.52, BEADLE’S CHEVROLET-BUICK-GMC, LLC, S0881 OIL CHANGE, 73.10, BJ’S INSTRUMENT REPAIR, BAND INSTRUMENT REPAIR, 60.00, BORAH’S AUTOMOTIVE AND RECYCLING INC., S7779 OIL CHANGE, 57.35, TRANSMISSION FLUID, 476.94, CAHILL BAUER & ASSOCIATES, LLC, PREPARE FORM 990-EZ, 370.00, CAHILL BAUER & ASSOCIATES, LLC, 2020-2021 AUDIT FINAL BILLING, 4,136.32, CARDMEMBER SERVICE, TRACK LODGING, 3,023.28, CENTRAL DIESEL SALES INC, S8407 OIL CHANGE, 317.43, S0159 OIL CHANGE, 529.92, S7597 OIL CHANGE & TRANSMISSION FILTERS, 835.69, CHROMEBOOKSPARTS.COM, 10 TOUCH PANELS, 1,099.90, CHURCHILL, MANOLIS, FREEMAN, LEGAL SERVICES, 115.19, CITY OF MOBRIDGE, WATER – TIGER STADIUM, 1,002.38, COLE PAPERS INC., GYM FLOOR, 3,766.15, GYM FLOOR, 164.46, GYM FLOOR, 2,342.73, GYM FLOOR, 379.08, COMFORT INN & SUITES, STATE TRACK ROOMS, 3,786.00, COMMTECH INC., FIX PROGRAM, 366.13, DAKOTA GLASS AND ALIGNMENT LLC, S7779 TIRE REPAIR, 25.00, DAKOTA GLASS AND ALIGNMENT LLC, S7779 TIRE, 125.99, DAKOTA GLASS AND ALIGNMENT LLC, S7843 OIL CHANGE & TIRES, 924.40, BATTERY STRIPPING MACHINE, 293.92, DIRECT TECHNOLOGIES LLC, NETWORK DRIVES, 8,263.99, FOREMAN SALES AND SERVICE INC, BODY FLUID KIT, 33.55, GAS N GOODIES, REVERSE SALES TAX FROM APRIL, 1,749.48, GRAND CENTRAL INC, SUPPLIES, 1,806.12, GTC AUTO PARTS, INC., SUPPLIES, 21.49, HEARTLAND WASTE MANAGEMENT, INC., TIGER STADIUM GARBAGE, 60.00, GARBAGE – TIGER STADIUM, 1,380.00, HETTICK, STEPHEN , 2022 EDU5440.3 TIE CONFERENCE, 250.00, HOUSE OF GLASS INC, REPAIR MS 2 ENTRY, 1,323.00, IMPREST, MS TRACK FEES, 5,962.34, JENSEN RENTALS, MDU BILLING, 23.22, JENSEN RENTALS, BUS STORAGE, 1,100.00, JW PEPPER & SON INC, CLASS OF 2022 MUSIC, 77.98, CLASS OF 2022 MUSIC, 26.99, KONOLD, KATHRYN , SCHOOL CULTURE, 450.00, KRAFT, DEBRA , MENTORING TRAVEL, 324.12, MATHESON TRI-GAS INC, SUPPLIES, 562.10, SUPPLIES, 131.16, SUPPLIES, 591.94, SUPPLIES, 179.88, MEDICO LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY, LIFE INSUR ANCE, 201.25, LIFE INSURANCE, 201.25, MERKEL’S FOODS, SUPPLIES, 121.17, MOBRIDGE HARDWARE, SUPPLIES, 952.27, MOBRIDGE PIT STOP, INC., ACTIVITY BUSING, 2,746.62, MOBRIDGE ROTARY, MEMBERSHIP DUES, 360.00, MOBRIDGE TRIBUNE, LEGALS, 187.96, MOBRIDGE-POLLOCK SCHOOL DIST 62-6, FOOD SERVICE ACCT 3033, 11.10, MOBRIDGE-POLLOCK SCHOOL DIST 62-6, SR HONORING MEAL, 357.08, MONTANA DAKOTA UTILITIES, NATURAL GAS, 10,005.35, OAHE CAR WASH, WASH CARD REFILL, 100.00, PATENEAUDE, JESSICA , EDU546L.1 HELP FOR BILLY BOOK STUDY, 45.00, PAYLESS FOODS, SUPPLIES, 1,907.71, POPPLERS MUSIC, INC., MUSIC, 137.35, PRAIRIE PIONEER, LEGALS, 187.96, PRINCIPAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, EYE & DENTAL INSURANCE, 4,550.69, PURCHASE POWER, POSTAGE, 500.00, REAL-TUFF, INC., SUPPLIES, 13.92, RUNNINGS SUPPLY, INC., SUPPLIES, 302.61, SD DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, BOILER INSPECTION, 80.00, BOILER INSPECTION, 80.00, SECURE BENEFITS SYSTEMS, SECTION 125 PLAN, 49.75, STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY, THE , EXTRA LIFE, 399.28, SUMMIT FIRE PROTECTION, INSPECTION, 906.12, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION IN EDUCATION, TIE CONFERENCE, 700.00, CORE READING CONFERENCE, 3,250.00, TOSHIBA FINANCIAL SERVICES, COPIER LEASE, 2,609.76, US OMNI, 403(b) SERVICE, 24.00, VERIZON WIRELESS, BUS CAMERAS, 160.75, WELLMARK BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD, HEALTH INSURANCE, 40,008.51, WEST RIVER TELECOMMUNICATIONS, PHONE CHARGES, 2,412.83. GENERAL FUND TOTAL: $127,612.99. CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND: FISHER TRACKS INC., TRACK RESURFACE, 160,163.00, FISHER TRACKS INC., TRACK RESURFACE, 3,283.26, OAHE LANDSCAPES, NEW SPRINKLER SYSTEM TIGER STADIUM, 5,803.61, PERMA-BOUND BOOKS, LIBRARY BOOKS, 840.31, RIVERSIDE TECHNOLOGIES INC., 60 LAPTOPS, 22,140.00, 50 LAPTOPS, 29,950.00. CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND TOTAL: $222,180.18. SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND: AFLAC, INSURANCE, 1,075.96, CHILDREN’S HOME SOCIETY, MAY TUITION, 2,553.39, MEDICO LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY, LIFE INSURANCE, 61.31, MERKEL’S FOODS, SUPPLIES, 22.56, MOBRIDGE REGIONAL HOSPITAL AND CLINICS, PT SERVICES, 1,680.50, PAYLESS FOODS, SUPPLIES, 39.95, PRINCIPAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, EYE & DENTAL INSURANCE, 943.84, STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY, THE , EXTRA LIFE, 61.78, TEACHWELL SOLUTIONS, SPEECH SERVICES, 6,915.00, SPEECH SERVICES, 4,149.00, PSYCH SERVICES, 4,749.91, PSYCH SERVICES, 2,550.00, OT SERVICES, 900.00, OT SERVICES, 78.00, WELLMARK BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD, HEALTH INSURANCE, 7,244.16. SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND TOTAL: $33,025.36. FOOD SERVICE FUND: ACE REFRIGERATION. LLC, COMBI OVEN REPAIR, 2,371.50, AFLAC, INSURANCE, 722.93, AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES, SUPPLIES, 268.27, BERNARD FOOD INDUSTRIES, INC., FOOD, 1,238.70, BIMBO BAKERIES USA, FOOD, 415.25, CARDMEMBER SERVICE, FS DIRECTOR TRAINING, 320.60, CASH-WA DISTRIBUTING CO OF FARGO LLC, FOOD, 6,730.97, MEDICO LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY, LIFE INSURANCE, 12.38, MERKEL’S FOODS, FOOD, 930.46, MOBRIDGE GAS COMPANY, SENIOR COOK OUT, 23.25, PAYLESS FOODS, FOOD, 52.80, PRINCIPAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, EYE & DENTAL INSURANCE, 300.95, R AMKOTA HOTEL – PIERRE, FS TRAINING, 196.00, SEMMENS, SHANE , REIMBURSE FS ACCT, 275.00, STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY, THE , EXTRA LIFE, 125.66, SUMMIT FIRE PROTECTION, INSPECTION, 906.13, US FOODSERVICE, INC., FOOD, 6,132.57, WELLMARK BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD, HEALTH INSURANCE, 3,805.00. FOOD SERVICE FUND TOTAL: $24,828.42.

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