PROCEEDINGS: Edgemont School District 6-26-18

Proceedings

Edgemont School District 23-1
Tuesday June 26, 2018

The Edgemont School District 23-1 board of education met in special session on Tuesday, June 26, 2018 at 7:02 p.m. in the School Library. Chairman Darrow called the meeting to order with Connie Gerard, Susan Humiston, Shane Miller and Justin Printz present.

Administrators 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 with the addition under III. New Business D. Remodel/Repair.

Motion by Humiston seconded by Gerard to approve the minutes of the June 11, 2018 meeting.

Motion by Printz seconded by Humiston to direct Chairman Darrow to sign the 2018-2019 Certified Staff and Administration Contracts.

Motion by Miller seconded by Printz to approve the payment of claims as presented: 

General Fund: Amazon, 2 tablet batt, Unit Pumps, Trimmer line, 516.68; Austin Plastics, Inc., 2 track replacement plates, 49.90; G & R Controls, Inc., Server room overheating, 446.00; Hauff Mid-America Sports, 40 6” Orange Chenille, 371.75; Hauge, Vickie,  Mileage paid to parents, 386.40; NCS Pearson, Inc., Sat 10 Testing, 150.85; Postmaster, 1 Year PO Box Rent, 152.00; Ranchers Feed & Supply, Inc., Maintenance Supplies, 106.66; Rhodes, April, Fuel for Car to Madison - Tech Conf, 87.70; Richard Pluimer, Prof. L.L.C., Annual Audit Letter, 87.50; Trugreen Processing Center, Lawn Service, 333.12; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund, State Track Meet, Envelopes, MCL Conf, 4,423.30; Vanway Trophy & Award, Inc., 6 plates engraved - plaques in lobby, 19.70; Walsworth Publishing Company, 65 Copies 2017-2018 Yearbook Balance, 3,037.60; Wellmark, July 2018 Health Insurance, 15,511.24; General Fund Total: 25,680.40

Special Education: Amazon, Cr for tax charged on Stapler, (0.81);

Custer Regional Hospital, May OT, 1,618.72; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund, April 2018 Web MD, 39.00; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund, May Web MD, 39.00; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund, June Web MD, 39.00; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund, September 2017 Web MD, 39.00; Wellmark, July 2018 Health Insurance, 1,891.76; Special Education Fund Total: 3,665.67

Food Service Fund: Governor’s Inn, Room for Food Service Conference, 355.00; Worsham, Deb, Meals while attending Conference, 104.53; Food Service Fund Total: 459.53

Checking Account Total: 29,805.60 

Motion by Printz seconded by Gerard to approve the following contingency & operating transfers:

Contingency Transfers: Elementary, 10 1111 000 000 000, $31,546.00; High School, 10 1131 000 000 000, $4,692.00; Library, 10 2222 000 000 000, $1,242.00; Board of Education, 10 2311 000 000 000, $335.00; Legal Services, 10 2315 000 319 000, $690.00; Audit Services, 10 2317 000 319 000, $200.00; Business Office, 10 2529 000 000 000, $2,495.00; Care & Upkeep of Buildings, 10 2542 000 000 000, $5,505.00; Building Maintenance, 10 2549 000 000 000, $15,934.00; Mileage Paid to Parents, 10 2555 000 000 000, $3,394.00; Student Transportation, 10 2559 000 000 000, $1,198.00; Co-curricular Transportation, 10 6500 000 000 000, $1,483.00; Co-Curricular Activities, 10 6900 000 334 000, $975.00; Total: $69,689.00

Contingency Fund, 10 7000 000 000 000 $69,689.00

(Budget of $70,000)

Transfer from General Fund to Special Ed - Operating Transfer: Transfers out - General Fund, 10 8110 000 690 000, $27,000.00; Transfers in - Special Education, 22 2110, $27,000.00;

Transfer from General Fund to Food Service- Operating Transfer: Transfers out - General Fund, 10 8110 000 690 000, $8,493.00; Transfers in - Food Service, 51 5110, $8,493.00;

Transfer from Capital Outlay to General Fund - Operating Transfer: Transfers out - Capital Outlay, 21 8110 000 690 000, $173,158.00; Transfers in - General Fund, 10 2110, $173,158.00;

Motion by Humiston seconded by Gerard approve the following Supplemental Budgets:

Supplemental Budget - General Fund: Elementary Salaries - (Bush Grant), 10 1111 450 111 000, $3,100.00; Elementary Purchased Services (Bush Grant), 10 1111 450 319 000, $5,200.00; High School Salaries - (Bush Grant), 10 1131 450 111 000, $1,100.00; High School Purchased Services - (Bush Grant), 10 1131 450 319 000, $600.00; Elementary Salaries - (CGI Grant), 10 1111 452 111 000, $3,420.00; Elementary Social Security - (CGI Grant), 10 1111 452 210 000, $261.62; Elementary Purchased Services - (CGI Grant), 10 1111 452 319 000, $472.50; Elementary Grant Related Travel - (CGI Grant), 10 1111 452 319 000, $1,862.00; High School Salaries - (CGI Grant), 10 1131 452 111 000, $540.00; High School Social Security - (CGI Grant), 10 1131 452 210 000, $41.33; High School Purchased Services, 10 1111 452 319 000, $337.50; High School Grant Related Travel - (CGI Grant), 10 1111 452 319 000, $898.85; Total Appropriations: $17,833.80

Bush Grant, 10 1990 450, $10,000.00; Classroom Innovation Grant, 10 3900 452, $7,833.80; Total Means of Finance: $17,833.80

Supplemental Budget - Capital Outlay: Elementary Computer Equipment < $5000, 21 1111 080 471 050, 19,355.00; HS Computer Equipment <$5000, 21 1131 080 471 050, 13,075.00; Boys Athletics Equipment <$5000, 21 6100 000 479 000, 8,743.00; Girls Equipment < $5000, 21 6200 000 479 000, 8,508.00; Boys Athletics Equipment > $5000, 21 6200 000 549 000, 11,405.00; Total Appropriations: $61,086.00

SRSA - REAP GAPS #84.358A, 21 4900 080, $32,430.00; Delinquent Taxes, 21 1120, $3,310.00; Penalty & Interest on Taxes, 21 1190, $645.00; Local Donations, 21 1920, $24,701.00; Total Means of Finance: $61,086.00

Supplemental Budget – Pension: Elementary Early Retirement Payment, 24 1111 000 150 000, $25,625.00; High School Early Retirement Payment, 24 1131 000 150 000, $25,623.00; Total Appropriations: $51,248.00

Pension Fund Balance, $51,248.00; Total Means of Finance: $51,248.00

Supplemental Budget - Special Ed: Substitutes Salaries, 22 1221 000 120 000, $5,700.00; Other Professional Services, 22 1221 000 319 000, $1,175.00; Non Technology Supplies, 22 1221 000 411 000, $908.00; Technology Supplies, 22 1221 000 412 000, $532.00; Workbooks/Textbooks, 22 1221 000 420 000, $257.00; Speech Services – Local, 22 2152 000 319 000, $1,530.00; Special Ed Admin Health, 22 2176 000 230 000, $2,265.00; Total Appropriations: $12,367.00

ExtraOrdinary Cost Fund, 22 3129, $12,367.00; Total Means of Finance: $12,367.00

A discussion was held on opening a separate account specifically to be used for donations for the football field/track project.

It was determined that more information was needed. No action was taken.

An estimate was presented to the board for repairs to the Home Ec and PT/OT rooms. A discussion was held. The Building committee will meet to discuss what the options are for the repair/remodel of those two rooms. The Building Committee will report their findings to the Board.

Motion by Printz seconded by Miller to adjourn at 7:57 p.m.

Diane Stevens, Business Manager

Gary Darrow, Board Chairman

Published once at the total approximate cost of $83.79

Published: July 5, 2018

Fall River County Herald

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