September 9, 2019

MINUTES OF BON HOMME SCHOOL DISTRICT #04-2

SCHOOL BOARD PROCEEDINGS

September 9, 2019

The Bon Homme School District’s School Board met in regular session on Monday, September 9, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. at the Tyndall School, with the following members present:

Present: Nolan Carson, Ben Hellmann, Jason Humpal, Sam Knoll, Mike Sedlacek, Teresa Sternhagen, Janet Wagner

Officers and other persons present: Brad Peters, Superintendent/Secondary Principal; Gary Kortan, Business Manager; Mike Duffek, Elementary Principal; Barb Lindquist, Special Education Coordinator; Melissa Bruna, HS English/PBIS; Matt Aarstad, Technology; Becky Tycz, B&H Publishing

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

Knoll led the Pledge of Allegiance.

Open Forum

Item #24-1920-09 Motion by Knoll, seconded by Carson, to approve the Conflict of Interest Disclosure.

Aye: Carson, Hellmann, Humpal, Knoll, Sedlacek, Sternhagen

Abstained: Wagner

Item #25-1920-09 Motion by Carson, seconded by Sedlacek, to approve the agenda as amended.

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

Item #26-1920-09 Motion by Carson, seconded by Humpal, to approve the consent agenda as follows:

A.    Minutes of Bon Homme School District #04-2 School Board Proceedings of August 12, 2019

B.     New Minutes of Bon Homme School District #04-2 School Board Gavel Training August 14, 2019

C.     Payment of Bills

D.    Financial Reports

E.     Surplus Items

F.      Open Enrollments

G.    Approve Stephanie Duffek as a volunteer for the Wagner/Bon Homme Gymnastics program

H.    Approve Teresa Sternhagen as volunteer Competitive Cheer coach

I.        Approve Tanya Krueger as Concessions Assistant

J.       Approve Janet Wagner as volunteer Cross Country coach

K.    Approve Rich Honner as Special Education driver

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

GENERAL FUND

SEPTEMBER PAYROLL-First Savings Bank--$225,709.23(1111 Elementary Programs-$80,552.83; 1121 MS Programs-$22,072.96; 1131 HS Programs-$34,350.99; 1273 Disadvantaged Child Programs-$10,081.34; 2121 Guidance Services-$7,453.34; 2213 In-Service Programs-$660.02; 2222 Library Services-$1,873.83; 2227 Computer Services-$5,943.88; 2321 Office of the Superintendent-$7,413.06; 2410 Office of the Principal-$21,076.33; 2440 Title Programs Admin-$1,013.36; 2529 Business Office-$5,418.42; 2549 Custodial Services-$16,268.99; 6100 Male Extra Duty-$3,669.74; 6200 Female Extra Duty-$4.570.49; 6900 Co-Ed Extra Duty-$3,289.65)

SEPTEMBER BENEFITS--$64,169.77(Avera-$34,012.19; EFTPS-$16,035.52; Delta Dental-$306.70; Flex 125-$437.43; SDRS-$13,377.93)

SEPTEMBER GENERAL FUND CLAIMS--$67,636.82(ACCU CUT SYSTEMS, die cut shapes, $84.00; AMAZON.COM, books/typewriter ribbon, $389.04; ANDERSEN TELECOM, LLC, telephones, $1,377.19; CINDY ANDERSON, stipend, $62.50; ASBSD, workshop mileage/annual, $916.73; AT&T MOBILITY, wireless fees, $346.19; B&H PUBLISHING, publishing fees, $1,920.24; B-J SCHOOL BUS, INC., routes, $14,268.20; B-Y ELECTRIC, electricity, $782.40; BCN TELECOM, INC., telephone, $390.44; BERENDSEN PLUMBING, drain clean, $132.60; BON HOMME SCHOOL DIST 4-2, entry fees/gas/officiating, $2,333.07; CLEANITSUPPLY.COM, 6-ring black ledgers, $661.67; CULLIGAN, water softener rental, $102.00; DAKOTA VALLEY, entry fee, $30.00; DAVE BURGESS CONSULTING, INC., PBIS in-service speaker, $4,813.00; DECKER EQUIPMENT, chair swivel guides, $45.45; DUST-TEX SERVICE, cleaning service, $71.25; ELITE BUSINESS SYSTEMS, INC., faxes/overages, $176.46; FORT RANDALL TELEPHONE CO., telephone, $649.38; GOLDEN WEST TELECOM, telephone, $152.99; GRAINGER, condenser fan, $111.65; GREGORY SCHOOL DIST 26-4, entry fees, $20.00; HAUFF MID-AMERICA SPORTS, athletic supplies, $2,464.00; HILLYARD/SIOUX FALLS, custodial supplies, $112.58; INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS, LLC, school & office supplies, $4,081.55; JCL SOLUTIONS, rubber gloves, $56.72; KAUL’S AG & AUTO INC., vehicle maintenance, $536.16; KOCH INSURANCE, car insurance change, $65.00; KORTAN SANITARY SERVICE, sanitation service, $99.00; BARBARA LINDQUIST, stipend, $62.50; LODGE AT DEADWOOD, lodging, $276.00; MARLOW, WOODWARD & HUFF, PROFESSIONAL LLC, legal services, $100.00; GAIL MARUSKA, stipend, $62.50; MATHESON TRI-GAS, INC., hazardous materials, $394.84; MITCHELL AREA SUPERINTENDENTS, membership dues, $60.00; NORTHWESTERN ENERGY, electricity, $499.98; ONE OFFICE SOLUTION, school & office supplies, $203.70; PEARSON LEARNING GROUP, activity books, $6,203.42; PECHOUS PUBLICATIONS LLC, new employee ad, $50.40; MEGAN PESEK, food for PBIS in-service, $14.54; PHEASANTLAND INDUSTRIES, rebinding books, $583.50; PITNEY BOWES RESERVE ACCOUNT, postal meter funds, $400.00; KAREN RUNGE, stipend, $62.50; SCHMIDT’S SERVICE, gas/vehicle maintenance/propane, $5,856.24; SCHOOL SPECIALTY, school/art supplies, $1,678.00; SDHSAA, HS news/student press pass/membership dues/subscription, $186.00; SHERATON, lodging, $270.00; SINCLAIR FLEET TRACK, gas, $7.37; SOUTH DAKOTA SOCIETY FOR TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION, membership dues, $30.00; CITY OF SPRINGFIELD, sewer/water, $99.50; PAIGE STEWART, postage for Parkston poster, $9.18; LISA STOEBNER, stipend, $62.50; TABOR COOP LUMBER, gas/custodial supplies, $99.74; TOWN OF TABOR, sewer/water, $82.05; THOMPSON SIGNS LLC, In God We Trust signs, $85.00; THRIVE NUTRITION SERVICES, FFVP, $0.00; TRAINING ROOM INC., athletic supplies, $812.15; KEVIN TYCZ, PBIS meal, $128.35; TYNDALL ACE HARDWARE, custodial supplies, $422.98; TYNDALL AGRONOMY, chemical roundup, $42.75; TYNDALL MOTORS, vehicle maintenance, $414.65; CITY OF TYNDALL, electricity/water/sewer/building rent, $8,325.09; VOGT’S FINE CLEANERS, costume cleaning, $72.00; WILLIAMS SANITATION, sanitation service, $580.00; MEGAN WINCKLER, stipend, $62.50; YANKTON DAILY PRESS & DAKOTAN new employee ad, $790.93; YANKTON JANITORIAL SUPPLY, INC., custodial supplies, $1,294.50)

TOTAL GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES-$357,515.82

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SEPTEMBER CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND CLAIMS--$49,362.08(ELITE BUSINESS SYSTEMS, INC., copies/overages/printers, $5,965.82; HAUFF MID-AMERICA SPORTS, athletic supplies, $5,184.20; HEARTLAND ROOFING CONSULTANTS, roof coating for Springfield, $26,701.50; INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS, LLC, gray tile installation, $9,360.56; ST. WENCESLAUS CHURCH, building rent, $2,150.00)

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND EXPENDITURES-$49,362.08

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SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND

SEPTEMBER PAYROLL-First Savings Bank--$28,296.91(1221 Mild to Moderate Programs-$20,894.85; 1222 Severe-$1,819.86; 2710 SPED Director-$5,582.20)

SEPTEMBER BENEFITS--$9,069.89(Avera-$5,260.38; EFTPS-$2,111.68; SDRS-$1,697.83)

SEPTEMBER SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND CLAIMS--$9,894.22(CINDY ANDERSON, stipend, $125.00; BCN TELECOM, INC., telephone, $2.96; FAIRVIEW LEARNING, online tool, $369.60; DESTINNI GIRTON, stipend, $125.00; JEANNIE KASIK, deaf interpreter, $4,062.52; LIFEQUEST, monthly services-July/August, $3,225.00; BARBARA LINDQUIST, bus token reimbursement, $11.00; ONE OFFICE SOLUTION, 3 HOLE PUNCH, $14.39; TARA RONKE, stipend/meal reimbursement, $136.00; KAREN RUNGE, stipend, $125.00; SOUTH CENTRAL COOPERATIVE, training costs, $1,686.75; KAYLI VAN WINKLE, meal reimbursement, $11.00)

TOTAL SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND EXPENDITURES-$47,261.02

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PENSION FUND

SEPTEMBER PAYROLL-First Savings Bank--$0

SEPTEMBER BENEFITS--$0

TOTAL PENSION FUND EXPENDITURES-$0

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FOOD SERVICE FUND

SEPTEMBER PAYROLLFirst Savings Bank--$1,879.52(2569 Food Service-$1,879.52)

SEPTEMBER BENEFITS--$785.10(Avera-$549.71; EFTPS-$107.80; Delta Dental-$10.58; Flex 125-$4.26; SDRS-$112.75)

SEPTEMBER FOOD SERVICE FUND CLAIMS--$16,665.18(DENA AKRIDGE, food service reimbursement, $22.00; BCN TELECOM, INC., telephone, $0.00; CASH-WA DISTRIBUTING, refrigerator, $2,125.00; FISCHER ELECTRIC, electrical work in Springfield, $966.89; KARLA HAYFORD, lunch account refund, $8.19; HEIMAN FIRE EQUIPMENT INC., semiannual inspections, $376.00; HOBART SALES & SERVICE, kitchen repairs, $777.69; ANASTASIA LONG, food service reimbursement, $9.55; THRIVE NUTRITION SERVICES, regular meals, $12,348.44; DUSTIN TJEERDSMA, lunch refund, $18.86; JANELLE WILKING, food service reimbursement, $12.56)

TOTAL FOOD SERVICE FUND EXPENDITURES-$19,329.80

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ENTERPRISE FUND

SEPTEMBER PAYROLL First Savings Bank--$3,597.95(1141 Preschool Program-$3,597.95)

SEPTEMBER BENEFITS--$1,081.01(Avera-$593.39; EFTPS-$271.74; SDRS-$215.88)

SEPTEMBER ENTERPRISE FUND CLAIMS--$87.42(JEANI MERKWAN, car seats, $87.42)

TOTAL ENTERPRISE FUND EXPENDITURES-$4,766.38

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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, Melissa Bruna-Student Council/PBIS, Barb Lindquist-Special Education.

Item #27-1920-09 Motion by Carson, seconded by Knoll, to approve 2019-2020 Dues and Fees Schedule amendment.

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

Item #28-1920-09 Motion by Sternhagen, seconded by Wagner, to approve 2019 tax request.

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

Item #29-1920-09 Motion by Sedlacek, seconded by Sternhagen, to approve 2019-20 snow removal bid from Berndt’s.

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

Item #30-1920-09 Motion by Carson, seconded by Wagner, to approve Preschool policy IGCF amendments.

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

Item #31-1920-09 Motion by Carson, seconded by Knoll, to approve October Board meeting date change to October 17 at 6:00 p.m.

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

Item #32-1920-09 Motion by Sternhagen, seconded by Humpal, to approve donation of $50 worth of school supplies to Tabor Elementary.

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

Item #33-1920-09 Motion by Sternhagen, seconded by Sedlacek, to enter into executive session to discuss Student Issue SDCL 1-25-2 (2) at 6:36 p.m.

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

President Hellmann declared the Board out of executive session at 7:02 p.m. No action taken.

Item #34-1920-09 Motion by Sternhagen, seconded by Humpal, to adjourn the meeting at 7:03 p.m.

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


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Ben Hellmann, School Board President                                Gary Kortan, Business Manager

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