October 17, 2019

MINUTES OF BON HOMME SCHOOL DISTRICT #04-2

SCHOOL BOARD PROCEEDINGS

October 17, 2019

The Bon Homme School District’s School Board met in regular session on Monday, October 17, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. at the Bon Homme Colony School, with the following members present:

Present: Ben Hellmann, Jason Humpal, Sam Knoll, Mike Sedlacek, Teresa Sternhagen

Absent: Nolan Carson, Janet Wagner

Officers and other persons present: Brad Peters, Superintendent/Secondary Principal; Gary Kortan, Business Manager; Mike Duffek, Elementary Principal/Title/AD; Barb Lindquist, Special Education Coordinator; Jill Kotalik, Head Colony Teacher; Megan Balfany, Colony Teacher; Melissa Crick, Colony Teacher; Megan Winckler, Colony Teacher

President Ben Hellmann called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m.

Kortan led the Pledge of Allegiance.

Open Forum

Item #35-1920-10 Motion by Sternhagen, seconded by Knoll, to approve the agenda as amended.

Aye: Hellmann, Knoll, Sedlacek, Sternhagen

Item #36-1920-10 Motion by Knoll, seconded by Sedlacek, to approve the consent agenda as follows:

A.    Minutes of Bon Homme School District #04-2 School Board Proceedings of September 9, 2019

B.     Payment of Bills

C.     Financial Reports

D.    Surplus Items

E.     Open Enrollment

F.      Approve Alie Adams and Julie Mann as Special Education drivers

Aye: Hellmann, Knoll, Sedlacek, Sternhagen

GENERAL FUND

OCTOBER PAYROLL CorTrust Bank--$253,399.61(1111 Elementary Programs-$90,049.20; 1121 MS Programs-$22,323.84; 1131 HS Programs-$34,507.97; 1273 Disadvantaged Child Programs-$10,081.34; 2121 Guidance Services-$7,453.34; 2213 In-Service Programs-$955.42; 2222 Library Services-$3,657.25; 2227 Computer Services-$5,943.88; 2321 Office of the Superintendent-$7,373.20; 2410 Office of the Principal-$23,848.91; 2440 Title Programs Admin-$1,013.36; 2529 Business Office-$5,579.92; 2549 Custodial Services-$20,625.10; 6100 Male Extra Duty-$7,479.74; 6200 Female Extra Duty-$9,202.49; 6900 Co-Ed Extra Duty-$3,304.65)

OCTOBER BENEFITS--$64,801.74(Avera-$30,967.82; EFTPS-$18,191.52; Delta Dental-$306.70; Flex 125-$437.43; SDRS-$14,898.27)

OCTOBER GENERAL FUND CLAIMS--$95,607.71(ALLIED 100, AED supplies, $920.00; APPLE INC., iPad, $6,927.95; AT&T MOBILITY, wireless fees, $345.63; AVON CLARION, new employee ads, $342.00; B&H PUBLISHING, publishing fees/envelopes, $1,073.49; B-J SCHOOL BUS, INC., routes, $37,446.43; B-Y ELECTRIC, electricity, $828.80; BCN TELECOM, INC., telephone, $337.43; BERENDSEN PLUMBING, heat lines gutter, $305.89; BERNDT’S PROPERTY MAINTENANCE, football field care/parking lot gravel, $5,200.00; DAKOTA BODDEN, officiating, $140.00; BON HOMME SCHOOL DISTRICT 4-2, supplies/officiating/entry fees/gas/postage, $3,715.60; BRIGHT ARROW TECHNOLOGIES, INC., annual subscription, $628.00; BROOKLYN PUBLISHERS, scripts, $49.00; MELISSA BRUNA, Casey’s sub platters, $85.16; CAHOY’S GENERAL STORE, supplies, $74.00; CARD SERVICES, superintendent travel/gas/amazon prime, $2,814.40; CPI, workshop workbooks, $977.55; CULLIGAN, water softener rental, $172.00; DAKTRONICS, cables/antenna, $190.00; DECKER EQUIPMENT, stall bracket, $82.99; DEMCO, library supplies, $336.87; DOOR CLOSURE SERVICE, rebuild, $383.21; DOUG’S FOOD CENTERS, supplies, $21.31; STEPHANIE DUFFEK, gas, $33.76; ELITE BUSINESS SYSTEMS, INC., overages/faxes, $108.78; FOLLET EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, social studies, $18.70; FORT RANDALL TELEPHONE CO., telephone, $650.28; GOLDEN WEST TECH AND INTERNET SOLUTIONS, computer tech repair, $505.11; GOLDEN WEST TELECOM, Springfield telephone, $153.20; GRAVES IT SOLUTIONS, remote troubleshooting, $200.00; HARTS FLOOR & APPLIANCE, oven element, $53.36; HILLYARD, custodial supplies, $506.25; HORNSTRA HEATING & COOLING, replace water valve, $244.95; INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS, LLC, office supplies, $35.53; INTER-STATE STUDIO & PUBLISHING CO., elementary planners, $330.00; JARED JELSMA, tree service, $450.00; JOSTENS INC., yearbook second deposit, $2,096.00; KORTAN SANITARY SERVICE, sanitation service, $99.00; BARBARA LINDQUIST, PBIS supplies, $33.12; MARK MISAR, dumpster repair, $65.83; MARLOW, WOODWARD & HUFF PROFESSIONAL LLC, legal services, $126.00; MATHESON TRI-GAS, INC., hazardous materials, $384.79; MENARDS, supplies, $85.04; MIDBELL MUSIC, percussion, $2,103.92; MIKE’S BAND INSTRUMENT REPAIR, instrument repair, $75.00; JENNIFER MUDDER, PBIS reimbursement, $72.87; MIKE MUDDER, officiating, $140.00; NAPA AUTO PARTS, compression tester, $39.99; NORTHWESTERN ENERGY, Springfield electricity, $864.23; JENNIFER PECHOUS, background check/fingerprinting, $58.25; PETTY CASH-Springfield, $6.85; PITNEY BOWES RESERVE ACCOUNT, postal meter funds, $500.00; POPPLERS MUSIC, INC., music, $936.54; RESTROOM DIRECT, water cooler, $399.47; SCHEETZ IMPLEMENT, lawn mower repair, $352.39; SCHMIDT’S SERVICE, vehicle maintenance/gas, $451.34; CHRISTINE SCHMIDT, brain pop subscription, $175.00; SCHOOL OUTFITTERS, bulletin boards/classroom rug, $318.82; SCHOOL SPECIALTY, school & office supplies, $3,926.13; SINCLAIR FLEET TRACK, gas, $26.70; SOUTH CENTRAL COOPERATIVE, admin costs, $1,042.00; SOUTH DAKOTA DEPT OF HEALTH, nursing services, $539.40; CITY OF SPRINGFIELD, sewer/water, $127.50; TABOR COOP LUMBER, gas, $170.83; TOWN OF TABOR, sewer/water, $113.55; TEACHER INNOVATIONS, plan book subscription, $72.00; THRIVE NUTRITION SERVICES, FFVP, $3,651.03; TIME FOR KIDS, colony subscription, $103.95; TYNDALL ACE HARDWARE, supplies, $263.34; TYNDALL BAKERY, cake/potato, $86.60; TYNDALL MOTORS, vehicle maintenance, $76.41; CITY OF TYNDALL, electricity/water/sewer, $8,548.28; WAGNER COMMUNITY SCHOOL, entry fee, $50.00; WILLIAMS SANITATION, sanitation service, $611.00; MEGAN WINCKLER, books/punch cards, $126.91)

TOTAL GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES-$413,809.06

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OCTOBER CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND CLAIMS--$29,388.85(AVON SCHOOL DISTRICT 4-1, track timing system, $40.00; BAND SHOPPE, flagpole end caps, $140.35; COUNTRY FORD, INC., 2016 Dodge Caravan, $14,900.00; ELITE BUSINESS SYSTEMS, INC., copies/printers/overages, $3,677.46; HEARTLAND ROOFING CONSULTANTS, quarterly billing, $1,242.50; PALMER HAMILTON, LLC, wall pocket bench, $2,211.54; ST. WENCESLAUS CHURCH, building rent, $2,150.00; WENGER CORPORATION, student chairs, $5,027.00)

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND EXPENDITURES-$29,388.85

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SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND

OCTOBER PAYROLL CorTrust Bank--$31,273.81(1221 Mild to Moderate Programs-$23,871.75; 1222 Severe-$1,819.86; 2710 SPED Director-$5,582.20)

OCTOBER BENEFITS--$8,871.50(Avera-$4,720.94; EFTPS-$2,339.42; SDRS-$1,811.14)

OCTOBER SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND CLAIMS--$42,880.32(BCN TELECOM, INC., mild/severe, $4.80; BON HOMME SCHOOL DIST 4-2, palace transit tokens, $80.00; JEANNIE KASIK, deaf interpreter, $8,019.52; LIFEQUEST, Sept DWU training program, $1,500.00; SOUTH CENTRAL COOPERATIVE, services, $33,151.00; KAYLI VAN WINKLE, stipend, $125.00)

TOTAL SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND EXPENDITURES-$83,025.63

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PENSION FUND

OCTOBER PAYROLL CorTrust Bank--$0

OCTOBER BENEFITS--$0

TOTAL PENSION FUND EXPENDITURES-$0

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FOOD SERVICE FUND

OCTOBER PAYROLL CorTrust Bank--$2,769.75(2569 Food Service-$2,769.75)

OCTOBER BENEFITS--$906.62(Avera-$549.71; EFTPS-$175.88; Delta Dental-$10.58; Flex 125-$4.26; SDRS-$166.19)

OCTOBER FOOD SERVICE FUND CLAIMS--$38,647.37(BCN TELECOM, INC., food service, $0.00; BON HOMME HUTTERISCHE COLONY, regular meals, $3,924.75; CASH-WA DISTRIBUTING, cooler, $2,125.00; HAASE’S HEATING & COOLING, LLC, kitchen repair, $1,466.84; HORNSTRA HEATING & COOLING, replace defrost sensor, $250.28; PETERSON ELECTRIC, repair exhaust fan, $56.10; THRIVE NUTRITION SERVICES, regular meals, $30,824.40)

TOTAL FOOD SERVICE FUND EXPENDITURES-$42,323.75

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ENTERPRISE FUND

OCTOBER PAYROLL CorTrust Bank--$3,505.33(1141 Preschool Program-$3,505.33)

OCTOBER BENEFITS--$1,014.73(Avera-$539.44; EFTPS-$264.97; SDRS-$210.32)

OCTOBER ENTERPRISE FUND CLAIMS--$8.75(CAHOY’S GENERAL STORE, preschool supplies, $8.75)

TOTAL ENTERPRISE FUND EXPENDITURES-$4,528.81

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Reports were reviewed from the following: Brad Peters-Superintendent/Secondary Principal; Mike Duffek-Elementary Principal/Title/Athletic Director; Gary Kortan-Business Manager; Austin Herrboldt-Student Council; Melissa Bruna/Jennifer Mudder-PBIS; Barb Lindquist-Special Education.

Item #37-1920-10 Motion by Sternhagen, seconded by Knoll, to approve Avera Health Plans insurance proposal with changes in prescription to 15/45/75 and change in co-pay amounts to $30 office visit/$60 specialist.

Aye: Hellmann, Knoll, Sedlacek, Sternhagen

Item #38-1920-10 Motion by Sedlacek, seconded by Sternhagen, to approve out-of-state travel to National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, IN with 9 students and 1 advisor.

Aye: Hellmann, Knoll, Sedlacek, Sternhagen

Humpal arrived at 6:17 p.m.

Item #39-1920-10 Motion by Sedlacek, seconded by Knoll, to amend policies:

·         Policy B (Organization of Bon Homme School District)

·         Policy IC (School Year/Calendar Year)

·         Policy IE (Organizational Plan)

·         Policy KMAA (Parent Involvement Policy)

Aye: Hellmann, Humpal, Knoll, Sedlacek, Sternhagen

Item #40-1920-10 Motion by Sedlacek, seconded by Humpal, to approve November meeting date change to Wednesday, November 13th.

Aye: Hellmann, Humpal, Knoll, Sedlacek, Sternhagen

Item #41-1920-10 Motion by Knoll, seconded by Sternhagen, to approve resignation of Kim Kocourek as Tyndall Custodian effective October 11th.

Aye: Hellmann, Humpal, Knoll, Sedlacek, Sternhagen

Item #42-1920-10 Motion by Sternhagen, seconded by Humpal, to approve Alex Caba and Dominick Pechous as Volunteer Wrestling coaches for the 2019-20 season.

Aye: Hellmann, Humpal, Knoll, Sedlacek, Sternhagen

Item #43-1920-10 Motion by Sedlacek, seconded by Humpal, to adjourn the meeting at 6:25 p.m.

Aye: Hellmann, Humpal, Knoll, Sedlacek, Sternhagen

Item #44-1920-10 Motion by Sedlacek, seconded by Knoll, to rescind Item #43-1920-10.

Aye: Hellmann, Humpal, Knoll, Sedlacek, Sternhagen

Item #45-1920-10 Motion by Sternhagen, seconded by Humpal, to adjourn the meeting at 6:57 p.m.

Aye: Hellmann, Humpal, Knoll, Sedlacek, Sternhagen

 

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Ben Hellmann, School Board President                                Gary Kortan, Business Manager

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