January 11, 2021

MINUTES OF BON HOMME SCHOOL DISTRICT #04-2

SCHOOL BOARD PROCEEDINGS

January 11, 2021

The Bon Homme School District’s School Board met in regular session on Monday, January 11, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. at the Tabor School, with the following members present:

Present: Nolan Carson, Ben Hellmann, Jason Humpal, Derrick Johnson, Sam Knoll, Teresa Sternhagen, Janet Wagner

Officers and other persons present: Brad Peters, Superintendent/Secondary Principal; Mike Duffek, Elementary Principal; Gary Kortan, Business Manager; Barb Lindquist, Special Education Coordinator; Vicky Carda, Tabor Title; Amy Cooper, Springfield 2/3; Shawna Dvoracek, Tabor K/1; Alicia Dykstra, Tabor 4/5; Janelle Sayler, Tabor 2/3; Tara McAllister, Tyndall JK/Title; Deb Sternhagen, Tyndall 3rd Grade; Lisa Stoebner, MS Language Arts; Becky Tycz, Tyndall Tribune; Cheyenne Schenkel; Erin Sedlacek

President Sam Knoll called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m.

Humpal led the Pledge of Allegiance.

OPEN FORUM

Item #74-2021-01 Motion by Sternhagen, seconded by Johnson, to approve the agenda as amended.

Aye: Carson, Hellmann, Humpal, Johnson, Knoll, Sternhagen, Wagner

Item #75-2021-01 Motion by Carson, seconded by Sternhagen, to approve the consent agenda as follows:

A.    Minutes of Bon Homme School District #04-2 School Board Proceedings of December 14, 2020

B.     Financial Report

C.     Surplus Items

Aye: Carson, Hellmann, Humpal, Johnson, Knoll, Sternhagen, Wagner

GENERAL FUND

JANUARY PAYROLL-Security State Bank--$249,258.97(1111 Elementary Programs-$83,076.98; 1121 MS Programs-$22,418.01; 1131 HS Programs-$35,167.48; 1273 Title Programs-$11,722.29; 2121 Guidance Services-$7,624.67; 2213 In-Service Programs-$667.80; 2222 Library Services-$1,844.42; 2227 Computer Services-$6,080.60; 2319 Board of Education-$1,157.88; 2321 Office of the Superintendent-$6,803.18; 2410 Office of the Principal-$18,223.72; 2440 Title Program Admin-$850.40; 2529 Business Office-$5,302.84; 2549 Custodial Services-$15,938.57; 4500 Early Retirement-$25,643.20; 6100 Male Extra Duty-$1,806.09; 6200 Female Extra Duty-$1,974.83; 6900 Co-Ed Extra Duty-$2,956.01)

JANUARY BENEFITS--$69,695.80(Avera-$38,300.25; EFTPS-$17,779.66; Delta Dental-$321.15; Flex 125-$297.89; SDRS-$12,996.85)

JANUARY GENERAL FUND CLAIMS--$87,656.64(ANDERSEN TELECOM LLC, test phones in HS Office, $137.72; AT&T MOBILITY, wireless fees, $348.71; B&H PUBLISHING, publishing fees, $396.14; B-J SCHOOL BUS, INC., routes, $24,050.20; B-Y ELECTRIC, electricity/repair heater, $3,427.74; BCN TELECOM, INC., telephone, $322.61; BERNDT’S TREE SERVICE, snow removal, $4,800.00; BON HOMME SCHOOL DIST 4-2, officiating/dues/entry fees, $5,732.92; BROOKLYN PUBLISHERS, playscripts, $228.25; MELISSA BRUNA, art/writing contest fees, $35.00; PAULA BURES, kami subscription, $99.00; CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL SUPPLY CO., ethanol, $88.97; CASH-WA DISTRIBUTING, kitchen supplies, $1,224.37; CENTRAL FARMERS COOP, fuel/propane, $6,739.10; CHRISTINE CHENOWETH, background check reimbursement, $43.25; CPI, blended learning refresher, $1,837.50; CULLIGAN, softener rent/salt, $312.75; DERIC DENNING, officiating, $176.66; DOUG’S FOOD CENTERS, custodial supplies/bleach, $14.47; DUST-TEX SERVICE, cleaning service, $292.42; ELITE BUSINESS SYSTEMS, INC., overages/faxes, $79.50; FARM & HOME PUBLISHERS, LTD., wall map, $165.00; FEDEX, freight, $116.00; FORT RANDALL TELEPHONE CO., telephone, $683.68; GARRETSON PUBLIC SCHOOL, wrestling entry fee, $125.00; GOLDEN WEST TELECOM, Springfield telephone, $155.69; HILLYARD/SIOUX FALLS, custodial supplies, $1,940.85; HUDL, HUDL AD package, $1,599.50; INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS, LLC, copy paper, $1,649.50; JAYMAR BUSINESS FORMS, W-2’s/envelopes, $186.68; JCL SOLUTIONS, custodial supplies, $3,212.97; JOHNSON CONTROLS, door system cycle, $770.22; JW PEPPER & SON, INC., E-music, $50.00; KAMI NOTABLE, INC., KAMI school plan subscription, $1,401.00; KORTAN SANITARY SERVICE, sanitation service, $99.00; MATHESON TRI-GAS, INC., hazardous materials, $424.93; MACE MERKWAN, coaching class, $35.00; MIKE’S BAND INSTRUMENT REPAIR, instrument repair, $142.60; MIKE MORAN, officiating, $130.00; MAX MORRIS, officiating, $130.00; NORTHWESTERN ENERGY, Springfield electricity, $886.41; PETTY CASH-TABOR, date stamp, $6.95; PHEASANTLAND INDUSTRIES, book rebinding, $432.00; PITNEY BOWES RESERVE ACCOUNT, postal meter funds, $400.00; POPPLERS MUSIC, INC., music, $47.20; QUALITY INN, lodging, $243.00; SCHMIDT’S SERVICE, vehicle repair/gas/propane, $11,346.80; SOUTH CENTRAL COOPERATIVE, admin costs, $1,088.50; CITY OF SPRINGFIELD, sewer/water, $138.83; TABOR COOP LUMBER, gas/propane cylinder, $80.96; TOWN OF TABOR, sewer/water, $57.55; THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR CORPORATION, quarterly elevator, $365.19; TIE OFFICE, online services, $1,750.00; LISA TOLLIVER, PBIS reimbursement, $174.01; TRAINING ROOM INC., Gatorade, $231.53; TYNDALL ACE HARDWARE, supplies, $124.89; TYNDALL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, chamber dues, $50.00; CITY OF TYNDALL, electricity/water/sewer, $5,424.15; WEST CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL, wrestling entry fee, $100.00; WILLIAMS SANITATION, sanitation service, $611.00; YANKTON JANITORIAL SUPPLY, INC., custodial supplies, $692.77)

TOTAL GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES-$406,611.41

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JANUARY CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND CLAIMS--$5,138.18(COLLIERS SECURITIES LLC, continuing disclosure, $450.00; ELITE BUSINESS SYSTEMS, INC., overages/copies/printers, $2,688.18; ST. WENCESLAUS CHURCH, building rent, $2,000.00)

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND EXPENDITURES-$5,138.18

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SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND

JANUARY PAYROLL-Security State Bank--$24,989.09(1221 Mild to Moderate Programs-$18,305.31; 1222 Severe Programs-$973.08; 2710 Sped Director-$5,710.70)

JANUARY BENEFITS--$6,950.57(Avera-$3,668.09; EFTPS-$1,875.72; SDRS-$1,406.76)

JANUARY CLAIMS--$40,045.32(BCN TELECOM, INC., mild/severe, $2.46; JEANNIE KASIK, deaf interpreter, $5,651.36; SOUTH CENTRAL COOPERATIVE, services, $34,391.50)

TOTAL SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND EXPENDITURES-$71,984.98

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FOOD SERVICE FUND

JANUARY PAYROLLSecurity State Bank--$8,456.30(2569 Food Service-$8,456.30)

JANUARY BENEFITS--$4,431.03(Avera-$3,363.67; EFTPS-$592.15; Delta Dental-$11.07; Flex 125-$2.13; SDRS-$462.01)

JANUARY FOOD SERVICE FUND CLAIMS--$11,331.32(BCN TELECOM, food service, $0.00; BON HOMME HUTTERISCHE COLONY, regular meals, $3,459.20; CAHOY’S GENERAL STORE, kitchen supplies, $40.19; CASH-WA DISTRIBUTING, kitchen supplies, $2,843.66; HILAND DAIRY, milk, $1,566.33; PAN-O-GOLD BAKING CO., bread, $404.10; REINHART FOOD SERVICE, kitchen supplies, $3,017.84)

TOTAL FOOD SERVICE FUND EXPENDITURES-$24,218.65

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ENTERPRISE FUND

JANUARY PAYROLL-Security State Bank--$4,308.08(1141 Preschool Program-$4,308.08)

JANUARY BENEFITS--$1,206.04(Avera-$664.51; EFTPS-$326.37; SDRS-$215.16)

JANUARY CLAIMS--$188.80(JEANI MERKWAN, preschool supplies, $188.80)

TOTAL ENTERPRISE FUND EXPENDITURES-$5,702.92

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Reports were reviewed from the following: Brad Peters-Superintendent/Secondary Principal, Mike Duffek-Elementary Principal/Athletic Director, Gary Kortan-Business Manager, Lisa Tolliver-PBIS, Barb Lindquist-Special Education, Zachary Behrens-Student Council, Matt Aarstad-Technology.

Item #76-2021-01 Motion by Carson, seconded by Sternhagen, to approve payment of bills with addition of Schmidt’s service invoice included.

Aye: Carson, Hellmann, Humpal, Johnson, Knoll, Sternhagen, Wagner

Item #77-2021-01 Motion by Johnson, seconded by Humpal, to approve Elisa Misar as 2020-21 Prom Advisor.

Aye: Carson, Hellmann, Humpal, Johnson, Knoll, Sternhagen, Wagner

Item #78-2021-01 Motion by Hellmann, seconded by Johnson, to approve 2021 Election Timeline as presented.

Aye: Carson, Hellmann, Humpal, Johnson, Knoll, Sternhagen, Wagner

FIRST DRAFT of 5-year Capital Outlay was presented to the Board for review and discussion.

Item #79-2021-01 Motion by Hellmann, seconded by Carson, to approve the amendments to policies: B, IE, IFD, IGBB, JC, and KMAA as presented. (No changes to policy DJBA)

Aye: Carson, Hellmann, Humpal, Johnson, Knoll, Sternhagen, Wagner

Item #80-2021-01 Motion by Wagner, seconded by Sternhagen, to approve donation by Gladys Hamburger of $10 to Tabor K-5 Student Council.

Aye: Carson, Hellmann, Humpal, Johnson, Knoll, Sternhagen, Wagner

Item #81-2021-01 Motion by Johnson, seconded by Humpal, to approve continuation of COVID leave for all school personnel thru the 2020-21 school year.

Aye: Carson, Hellmann, Humpal, Johnson, Knoll, Sternhagen, Wagner

Mask mandate/requirement was discussed by the Board with no changes at this time.

Item #82-2021-01 Motion by Carson, seconded by Sternhagen, to approve the amendment to 2020-21 school calendar regarding the elimination of February 26, 2021 as a school day.

Aye: Carson, Hellmann, Humpal, Johnson, Knoll, Sternhagen, Wagner

Item #83-2021-01 Motion by Sternhagen, seconded by Carson, to enter into executive session to discuss Personnel SDCL 1-25-2 (1) at 6:52 p.m.   

Aye: Carson, Hellmann, Humpal, Johnson, Knoll, Sternhagen, Wagner

President Knoll declared the Board out of executive session at 8:36 p.m. No action taken.

Item #84-2021-01 Motion by Sternhagen, seconded by Humpal, to adjourn the meeting at 8:37 p.m.

Aye: Carson, Hellmann, Humpal, Johnson, Knoll, Sternhagen, Wagner

 

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Sam Knoll, School Board President                                      Gary Kortan, Business Manager

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