Proceedings: Edgemont School District 23-1 Feb. 12, 2018

Proceedings

Edgemont School District 23-1

February 12, 2018

The Edgemont School District 23-1 board of education met in regular session on Monday, February 12, 2018, at 7:00 p.m. in the Edgemont School Library. Chairman Darrow called the meeting to order.  

School Board members Connie Gerard, Susan Humiston, Shane Miller and Justin Printz are present.

Administration present: Dave Cortney, Superintendent, Amy Ferley, Principal, Lane Ostenson, Dean of Students and Diane Stevens, Business Manager. 

The Board recited the Pledge of Allegiance.

Motion by Printz seconded by Miller to approve the agenda as presented. 

Motion by Humiston seconded by Gerard to approve the minutes of the January 8, 2018 meeting.

The financial reports were reviewed. 

Receipts and Cash Balances: January 2017  

General Fund Receipts: Taxes $5,631.02; Interest $519.97.; Admissions $1,063.00; Other Pupil Activity Income $235.00; County Apportionment $762.28; Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Reimbursement  $289.07; State Aid $38,123.00; Sparsity $110,000.00; Other State Revenue $800.66.

Balance 01/01/18 - $532,179.80. Total Receipts $157,424.00; January Claims $125,290.01; GL Adjustment $90.25; Balance 01/31/18- $564,404.04.

Capital Outlay Receipts: Taxes $2,493.75; Donations $38,880.00.

Balance 01/01/18- $829,103.33. Total Receipts $41,373.75; January Claims $73,828.05; Balance 01/31/18 $796,649.03. 

Special Education Receipts: Taxes $1,360.17.

Balance 01/01/18- ($29,973.47). Total Receipts $1,360.17; January Claims $22,167.60; GL Adjustment ($90.25); Balance 01/31/18 ($50,871.15).

Pension Fund Receipts: Taxes $25.34.

Balance 01/01/18- $181,031.27. Total Receipts $25.34; January Claims $0; Balance 01/31/18 - $181,056.61.

Food Service Receipts: Sales to Pupils $3,262.90; Sales to Adults $479.95; Ala Carte Sales $513.75; Federal Reimbursement $2,536.91.

Balance 01/01/18- ($5,743.69). Total Receipts $6,793.51; January Claims $6,380.59; Balance 01/31/18 ($5,330.77).

Motion by Printz seconded by Gerard, to approve payment of claims as presented.

January Claims:

General Fund: Elementary School, Payroll, $37,376.57; High School, Payroll, $24,201.94; Friday School/ELT, Payroll, $63.94; Title 1, Payroll, $7,696.42; Guidance,Payroll, $2,591.24; Library, Payroll, $1,424.82; Technology, Payroll, $3,830.63; Superintendent’s Office, Payroll, $9,319.20; Principal’s Office, Payroll, $9,010.29; Business Office, Payroll, $5,900.77; Maintenance, Payroll, $6,574.08; Fresh Fruits & Vegetable Program, Payroll, $3.27; Boy’s Athletics, Payroll, $2,429.04; Girl’s Athletics, Payroll, $361.97; Co-Curricular Transportation, Payroll, $2,334.84; Co-Curricular, Payroll, $326.29; Amazon, 3 Replacement ML7-12 12V Batteries, 53.97; Black Hills Energy, January Electricity, 3,854.94; Bureau of Lectures, R.A.P. Assembly, 650.00; Carolina Biological Supply Co, HS Science Supplies, 55.05; Century Business Products, Inc., Copier Maintenance, 186.55; Cheyenne Sanitation, January Garbage Removal, 351.00; City of Edgemont, Water, 275.10; Climate Control, EMS Service Agreement, 1,637.50; CORE Educational Cooperative, 1 Spring Virtual School Class, 300.00; DEMCO, Inc., Laminating Film, 100.94; Fall River County Herald, Notice of Vacancy & 01-08 Meeting, 116.74; Fresh Start Convenience Store, Fuel for vehicles & supplies, 939.63; Golden West Telecommunications, January Telephone, 301.47; Heisler, Christina, Mileage paid to parents, 456.54; Heyn, Brittany, Mileage paid to parents, 156.24; Hi-D-Way Oil & Gas, 175 gallons propane & 2750 gal propane, 4,153.50; Hillyard/Sioux Falls, Vacuum Bags, 108.88; Jessica VanEaton, Mileage paid to parents, 128.52; KeepItSafe, Inc., Annual Public Cloud Backup, 5,388.00; Knight Security Incorporated, 02-01 to 01-31-19 Basic Monitoring, 491.40; Lampo Group, Inc., The, Personal Finance Books, 192.42; Nelson’s Oil & Gas, Inc., 2200 Gal Propane for Heat, 2,706.00; Nelson, Miranda, Mileage paid to parents, 459.20; Nyquist, Eva, Mileage paid to parents, 456.96; Peterson, Holly, Mileage paid to parents, 78.54; Printz, Melody,  Mileage paid to parents, 201.60; Quill Corporation, Printer Toner, hand sanitizer, misc., 1,113.26; Ranchers Feed & Supply, Inc., Maintenance supplies, 104.05; Reinhart Food Service, LLC, Fruit and Veggies for FFVP, 150.96; Remington, Bobbi, Mileage paid to parents, 1,666.56; Reutter, Rebecca, Mileage paid to parents, 71.40; Richard Pluimer, Prof. L.L.C., Legal Matters, 825.00; Schaack, Paula,  Mileage paid to parents, 94.08; SDASSP, Ferley - Registration Principal Conference, 150.00; Superior-Showboard, 25 Black Showboards, 166.80; TIE, BHOLC January 2018 Fees, 175.00; Tonkin, Kari, Mileage paid to parents, 252.00; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, 01-06 HSGBB Official, 246.60; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, 01-06 HSGBB Official, 197.88; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, 01-06 HSGBB Official, 259.20; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, Postage, 96.80; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, Postage, 41.18; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, Flag for Flagpole in front of school, 53.64; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, 16 Honors Band Participants, 160.00; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, Loss from Region 7B Volleyball, 59.19; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, HS Regional Music Solo/Ensemble Contest, 255.00; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, 01-18 Ref Wrestling Duel vs RC Stevens, 198.04; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, Supplies for Chemistry, 80.03; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, Cups for Wrestling match water coolers, 13.32; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, 01-23 Ref HSGVBB vs RCC, 75.00; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, 01-23 Ref HSGVBB vs RCC, 171.60; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, 01-23 Ref HSGJVBB vs RCC, 61.00; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, 01-23 Ref HSGJVBB vs RCC, 40.00; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, 01-23 Ref HSGVBB vs Rapid City Christian, 120.36; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, 01-27 Ref 2 HSVBB Games vs Hemingford, 150.00; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, 01-27 Ref 2 HSJVBB Games vs Hemingford, 176.60; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, 01-27 Ref 2 HSVBB Games vs Hemingford, 223.08; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, 01-27 Ref 2 HSJVBB Games vs Hemingford, 101.00; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, 01-27 Ref 2 HSVBB Games vs Hemingford, 217.20; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, 02-01 Ref HSVBB vs Hay Springs, 246.60; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, 02-01 Ref HSJVBB vs Hay Springs,  101.00; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, 02-01 Ref HSBB vs Hay Springs, 197.88; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, 02-01 Ref HSBB vs Hay Springs, 80.00; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, 02-01 Ref HSBB vs Hay Springs, 195.36; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, January 2018 Payroll Processing, 10.50; Urban, Michelle, Mileage paid to parents, 218.40; Walsworth Publishing Company, Deposit for 17-18 Yearbooks, 1,435.00; Wellmark, February Health Insurance, 16,420.50; Fund Total: 163,917.07

Capital Outlay Fund: Amazon, Glencoe Math Algebra Concepts Book, 18.14; Follett School Solutions, 2 Glenco Algebra Concepts Books, 112.53; Marco Technologies, LLC., Wireless Wiring Update Project, 4,849.67; Fund Total: 4,980.34

Special Education Fund: Special Education Teachers, Payroll, $18,395.98; Special Education Administration, Payroll, $2,776.18; Behavior Management Systems, FY 2017 Individual Therapy, 250.00; Center for Disabilities, Special Education Conference, 600.00; Custer Regional Hospital, December 2017 OT, 1,124.81; Fall River Health Services, September, November and Dec 2017 PT, 529.00; Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing, Credit for Return and WJIV ACH STD Tests, 72.84; Quill Corporation, Hp 305A Tricolor laser , 531.97; Small Talk Speech Therapy, Inc., January Speech Services, 3,975.00; Trust and Agency Imprest Fund, January WebMD, 39.00; Wellmark, February Health Insurance, 1,599.50; Fund Total: 29,894.28

Food Service Fund Food Service, Payroll, $4,170.02; Dean Foods, Milk, Juice, Buttermilk, Cottage Cheese, 765.12; Hassan, Stormy, Disperse lunch credit, 61.45; Reinhart Food Service, LLC, food and supplies for lunch, 2,597.90; Sonny’s Super Foods, Food for Lunch, 18.00; Fund Total: 7,612.49

Total to Checking: 206,404.18 

Mrs. Stevens, Mr. Ostenson, Mrs. Ferley and Mr. Cortney gave their administrative reports.

The maintenance report was reviewed.

The transportation report was reviewed. 

Mrs. Humiston gave the Black Hills Special Services report.

Motion by Humiston seconded by Gerard to accept with deep regret the resignation of Superintendent Dave Cortney effective June 30, 2018.

Motion by Humiston seconded by Miller to accept the 2018-2019 School Calendar as presented. There was discussion by the board of some concerns they had pertaining to the calendar presented. The motion did not pass.

Motion by Humiston seconded by Darrow to table the decision on the 2018-2019 School Calendar until the next regular meeting. A roll call vote was taken as follows:

Gerard – Aye; Humiston – Aye; Darrow – Aye; Miller – Aye; Printz - Aye

Motion by Printz seconded by Miller to enter into executive session at 8:10 p.m.

The board came out of executive session at 9:03 p.m.

Motion by Humiston seconded by Printz to set Special Board Meeting for March 6, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. to discuss personnel and negotiations.

Motion by Gerard seconded by Miller to adjourn the meeting at 9:05 p.m.

Minutes Approved

Diane Stevens, Business Manager

Gary Darrow, Board Chairman

Published once at the total approximate cost of $108.36

Published: Mar. 1, 2018

Fall River County Herald

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