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Board Minutes - 2019.07.22

Board Minutes - 2019.07.22

 

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING

(For approval on 8-19-2019)

JULY 22, 2019

The Board met for a regular meeting on Monday, July 22, 2019, in the Board Room at the Harlan Community High School. President Amy Rueschenberg presided with Board members, Jessica Anderson, Al Hazelton, Seth Piro, Joni Larsen, Monte Schechinger and Tarah Devlin-Lawler present.

Administrators Present:     Lynn Johnson and Scott Frohlich

Media:                              Brian Taylor and Bob Bjoin

APPROVAL OF AGENDA:   Devlin-Lawler moved, seconded by Hazelton to approve the agenda.  Motion carried 7-0.

RESIGNATION OF PERSONNEL:  Anderson moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the resignation of Steve Daeges as Freshman Football Coach. Motion carried 7-0.

EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONNEL:   Hazelton moved, seconded by Schechinger to approve the employment of James Cairney as Freshman Football Coach.  Motion carried 7-0.

APPROVAL OF ISFIS MEMBERSHIP:  Anderson moved, seconded by Piro to approve the ISFIS membership. Motion carried 7-0.

APPROVAL OF IA-SB MEMBERSHIP:  Schechinger moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the IA-SB membership. Motion carried 7-0.

POLICY APPROVAL:  Schechinger moved, seconded by Devlin-Lawler to approve the first and final readings of policies 203 – Board of Directors’ Conflict of Interest and Policy 206.2 – Vice President. These policies were updated to reflect new Iowa Law. Motion carried 7-0.  Hazelton moved, seconded by Anderson to approve the first reading of Policy 505.5 – Graduation Requirements. This policy had law changes and updates to reflect current practice. Motion carried 7-0.

APPROVAL OF HANDBOOKS:  Piro moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the Preschool Student Handbook; Elementary Student Handbook; Middle School Student Handbook; High School Student Handbook; K-12 Component to Student Handbook; Support Staff Handbook; Teacher Handbook; Elementary Staff Handbook; Middle School Staff Handbook; High School Staff Handbook; and the Mobile Computing Handbook. Motion carried 7-0.

APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA:  Anderson moved, seconded by Schechinger, to approve the consent agenda as presented.  This included the minutes from the previous board meetings, accounts payable for June and July, July General Fund (Operating Warrants). Trust Fund Warrants, Agency Fund Warrants and Physical Plant, Equipment Fund Warrants, Personnel Contracts (Swanson 3 sport stipend; Croghan 3 sport stipend and amended Freshman Baseball Coach), and Non-personnel contract  for 19-20 Consortium Agreement with Children’s Square and Heartland Family Service. Motion carried 7-0. The approved warrants are as follows:

OPERATING FUND

   

AHLERS & COONEY, P.C.

LEGAL SERVICES

7,088.30

AHSTW COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

SPED BILLING

3,166.92

AMSTERDAM PRINTING

SUPPLIES

129.00

BIL-DEN GLASS, INC.

REPAIRS

640.00

CAM COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

OPEN ENROLLMENT TUITION

3,493.64

CARQUEST

PARTS

120.42

CINTAS

LAUNDRY

87.30

CODECOMBAT, INC.

SUPPLIES

1,250.00

COUNCIL BLUFFS COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

OPEN ENROLLMENT & SPED BILLING

14,154.06

CUMMINS SALES AND SERVICE

REPAIRS

863.02

DELTA DENTAL

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

9,349.74

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

IOWA LEARNING ONLINE/BUS INSP.

1,380.00

DRIVE SAFELY LLC

PURCHASED SERVICES

16,660.00

EBSCO ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE

SUPPLIES

126.41

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

3,792.32

FLINN SCIENTIFIC INC.

MATERIALS

471.46

FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES

SUPPLIES

13.23

GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES

COPIER LEASE

1,585.00

GRUNDMEYER LEADER SEARCH

INTERIM SUPERINTENDENT SEARCH

2,550.00

HARLAN AUTO MART

TIRES & TUBES

671.50

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL NUTRITION FUND

SUPPLIES

40.34

HARLAN MUNICIPAL UTILITIES

UTILITIES

27,291.15

HARLAN NEWSPAPERS

SUPPLIES/LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

3,226.20

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

9,854.52

HENRY, CHARISSA

SUPPLIES

50.00

HERONIMUS, HOLLY

SUPPLIES

9.69

HORIZON EQUIPMENT

PARTS

600.92

IKM MANNING COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

SPED BILLING

31,405.23

IBOSS INC

SOFTWARE RENEWAL

2,506.35

IOWA ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL BOARDS

SUBSCRIPTION

750.00

IOWA DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES

MEDICAID STATE SHARE

25,182.58

IOWA PUPIL TRANSPORTATION ASSN.

REGISTRATION

340.00

IOWA SCHOOL FINANCE INFORMATION SYSTEMS

PURCHASED SERVICES

739.00

KROGER & SONS HAULING, LLC

GARBAGE COLLECTION

450.00

LIFESCAPE - CHILDREN'S CARE

SPED BILLING

16,974.50

LOGAN MAGNOLIA COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

SPED BILLING

11,790.00

MADISON NATIONAL LIFE

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

2,740.13

MARCHING WAREHOUSE

PURCHASED SERVICES

1,000.00

MATHESON TRI-GAS INC

MATERIALS

31.36

MURPHY SIGNS

PURCHASED SERVICES

123.46

NAPA

SUPPLIES

164.79

NCS PEARSON, INC.

SOFTWARE

301.50

NELSON FARM SUPPLY

SUPPLIES

519.80

NEWCOMB, MATTHEW

PHONE REIMBURSEMENT

120.00

PANAMA WELDING LLC

PURCHASED SERVICES

329.00

ROCHESTER 100 INC

SUPPLIES

945.00

ROGERS PEST CONTROL LLC

PEST CONTROL

180.00

SCHOLASTIC INC.

MATERIALS

274.67

SCHOOL SPECIALTY, INC.

SUPPLIES

2,702.76

SHELBY COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

ALARM MONITORING

1,200.00

SHI INTERNATIONAL CORP

EQUIPMENT

41,965.18

STERLING COMPUTERS CORPORATION

EQUIPMENT

17,722.50

THOMAS BUS SALES, INC

PARTS

588.83

TIMBERLINE BILLING SERVICES LLC

MEDICAID BILLING SERVICES

1,070.38

TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES CORP.

FLEX ENROLLMENT FEE

745.50

UNITED TRUCK AND BODY

REPAIRS

732.99

VISUAL EDGE INC. DBA COUNSEL OFFICE

COPIER LEASE

630.52

W.W. GRAINGER, INC.

SUPPLIES

2,820.18

WELLMARK BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

118,953.71

WIESER EDUCATIONAL, INC.

MATERIALS

268.80

     

STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

   

ALVERIO, RICARDO

OFFICIATING

140.00

BEST BUDDIES, IOWA

REGISTRATION

62.50

BLUNT, KEVIN E.

OFFICIATING

140.00

BONSALL TV & APPLIANCE, INC.

EQUIPMENT

8,045.62

BOWHAY, JERRY

OFFICIATING

115.00

BRUCK, JAMES

OFFICIATING

115.00

CONOVER, CASEY

OFFICIATING

115.00

GIRRES, CHRIS

OFFICIATING

100.00

GLS & ASSOC.

OFFICIATING

115.00

GRAPHIC EDGE

SUPPLIES

36.99

HANSEN, PETE

OFFICIATING

100.00

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

6,678.43

HOOGESTRAAT, J.D.

OFFICIATING

115.00

IOWA FOOTBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION

MEMBERSHIP

55.00

JONES, RICK

OFFICIATING

115.00

K-MAC AWARDS

MATERIALS/SERVICES

42.75

KELLY, MIKE

OFFICIATING

140.00

KLAASSEN, LOGAN

OFFICIATING

285.00

MOORE, TOM

OFFICIATING

115.00

NICKLAUS, TROY

OFFICIATING

115.00

OSBORN, NANCY

TRAVEL

49.53

ROGUE

SUPPLIES

2,396.04

ROWEDDER, BLAKE

OFFICIATING

100.00

SANOW, BRETT

OFFICIATING

140.00

SCHABEN, LUKE

OFFICIATING

100.00

SCRIMAGER, BRIAN

OFFICIATING

280.00

SEARS, BRETT

OFFICIATING

100.00

SWEENEY, BOB

OFFICIATING

140.00

THOLEN, MARK

OFFICIATING

115.00

WAX, GARY

OFFICIATING

230.00

WILLIAMS, JUSTIN

OFFICIATING

115.00

WOHLERS, KEITH

OFFICIATING

240.00

     

MANAGEMENT FUND                        

   

THE AGENCY

INSURANCE

261,851.50

EMC INSURANCE

WORKERS COMP DEDUCTIBLE

2,524.83

LARSEN, KRISTINE

RETIREE INSURANCE

333.33

     

PHYSICAL PLANT & EQUIPMENT

   

CONTROL SERVICES INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

4,885.67

FRONTLINE TECHNOLOGIES GROUP, LLC

SOFTWARE RENEWAL

9,275.94

GETZSCHMAN HEATING, LLC

PURCHASED SERVICES

966.00

ITSAVVY LLC

EQUIPMENT

3,180.00

STERLING COMPUTERS CORPORATION

EQUIPMENT

22,000.00

TRANE U.S. INC

REPAIRS

2,540.50

     

SCHOOL NUTRITION FUND

   

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

30.44

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

146.69

HARRIS SCHOOL SOLUTIONS

MERCHANT PROCESSING

22.00

 

DISCUSSION ITEMS:  The Board discussed back to school information.

ADJOURNMENT: Devlin-Lawler moved, seconded by Larsen to adjourn.  Motion carried 7-0 and the meeting was adjourned at 5:46 p.m.

BOARD WORKSHOP – immediately following Regular Meeting

The Board then entered into a Board workshop. This workshop was held for the purpose of Board development. Discussion items included input on IA-SB legislative priorities, board annual goals for 2019-20, superintendent goals for 2019-20 and board expectations of superintendent/superintendent expectations of the board.

Next Meeting:  Monday, August 19, 5:30 p.m. – Board Room

_________________________              ______________________________

Board President                                    Board Secretary                             

 

mameyer@hcsdcy… Wed, 01/15/2020 - 13:47

Board Minutes - 2019.08.19

Board Minutes - 2019.08.19

 

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING

(For approval on 9-23-2019)

AUGUST 19, 2019

The Board met for a regular meeting at 5:32 p.m. on Monday, August 19, 2019, in the Board Room at Harlan Community High School. President Amy Rueschenberg, presided with Board members Jessica Anderson, Al Hazelton, Tarah Devlin-Lawler, Seth Piro, and Joni Larsen were present. Monte Schechinger was absent.

Administrators Present:     Lynn Johnson

Media:                              Brian Taylor and Bob Bjoin

PRESENTATION TO THE BOARD BY MYRTUE MEDICAL CENTER BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

Piro entered at 5:33 p.m.

APPROVAL OF AGENDA:  Anderson moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the agenda.  Motion carried 6-0.

RESIGNATION OF PERSONNEL:   Hazelton moved, seconded by Devlin-Lawler to approve the resignation of Zachary Rodenborn as High School Food Service; Amie Mickelson as Middle School Special Education Associate and 6-8 Special Olympics Coordinator; Holly Heronimus as 9-12 Special Olympics Coordinator; and Todd Bladt as Assistant Football Coach. Motion carried 6-0.

EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONNEL:  Anderson moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the employment of Todd Bladt as Interim Head Football Coach; Molly Pedersen as High School Special Education Associate; Thomas Kurtz as High School Special Education Associate and 6-8 Special Olympics Coordinator; Cassey Leinen as Primary School Special Education Associate; Cady Thygesen as Preschool Special Education Associate; Julie Armentrout as Middle School Special Education Associate; Andrea Ransom as Middle School Special Education Associate; and Dave Riley as 9-12 Special Olympics Coordinator. Motion carried 6-0.

APPROVAL OF SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER, AND NOVEMBER BOARD MEETING DATES:  Larsen moved, seconded by Hazelton to approve the September, October, and November Board meeting dates as proposed: September 9, September 23, October 7, October 21, November 4, and November 18 as the Organizational Meeting. Motion carried 6-0.

APPROVAL OF BUS PURCHASE:  Anderson moved, seconded by Piro to approve the district recommendation and low bid from Thomas Bus Sales for a 2018 Thomas C2-Lift Bus. Motion carried 6-0.

APPROVAL OF DISTRICT DEVELOPED SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICE DELIVERY PLAN (DDSDP): Devlin-Lawler moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the District Developed Special Education Service Delivery Plan (DDSDP) as presented. Motion carried 6-0.

APPROVAL OF RESOLUTION TO CONSIDER CONTINUED PARTICIPATION IN THE INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT PROGRAM:  Hazelton moved, seconded by Anderson to approve the resolution to consider continued participation in the Instructional Support Program. Roll Call Votes: Rueschenberg- Aye; Anderson – Aye; Hazelton – Aye; Devlin-Lawler – Aye; Piro – Aye; and Larsen – Aye. Motion carried.

APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA:  Larsen moved, seconded by Piro, to approve the consent agenda as presented.  This included the minutes from the previous board meetings, accounts payable for July and August, August General Fund (Operating Warrants). Trust Fund Warrants, Agency Fund Warrants and Physical Plant and Equipment Fund Warrants and Personnel and Non-Personnel Contracts. Motion carried 6-0. The approved warrants are as follows:

OPERATING FUND

   

95% GROUP, INC.

CURRICULUM

4,356.00

AHLERS & COONEY, P.C.

LEGAL SERVICES

1,045.00

BAXTER LUMBER AND HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

864.73

BOMGAARS

SUPPLIES

41.97

BOYER VALLEY COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

SPED BILLING

8,870.40

CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY

SUPPLIES

4,922.90

CARQUEST

PARTS

118.23

CENTER FOR THE COLLABORATIVE CLASSROOM

CURRICULUM

5,337.36

CENTRAL IOWA DISTRIBUTING INC.

SUPPLIES

2,774.00

CINTAS

LAUNDRY

43.65

COUNCIL BLUFFS COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

SPED BILLING

11,782.77

CYCLONE CUSTOM PRINTS

SUPPLIES

42.80

DELTA DENTAL

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

9,959.25

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

403B SERVICES

550.00

ED M. FELD EQUIPMENT CO.

PURCHASED SERVICES

8,416.86

ELECTRONIC CONTRACTING COMPANY

PURCHASED SERVICES

470.00

EXIRA-ELK HORN-KIMBALLTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

SPED BILLING

499.66

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

3,791.82

FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS, INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

2,288.01

FOREVER GREEN LAWNCARE

PURCHASED SERVICES

4,300.00

FOX MACHINE SHOP

PURCHASED SERVICES

321.00

GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES

COPIER LEASES

1,585.00

GREEN HILLS AEA

REGISTRATION

130.00

HARLAN AUTO MART

REPAIRS

160.90

HARLAN MUNICIPAL UTILITIES

UTILITIES

29,674.13

HARLAN NEWSPAPERS

SUPPLIES/LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

768.69

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

32,087.91

HEARTLAND CARPET CLEANING

PURCHASED SERVICES

1,188.18

HERNING, KAREN

SUPPLIES

492.96

HUDL

SOFTWARE RENEWAL

900.00

INSTRUMENTALIST CO.

AWARDS

17.00

IOWA ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL BOARDS

MEMBERSHIP

5,029.00

IOWA SCHOOL FINANCE INFORMATION SYSTEMS

MEMBERSHIP/BACKGROUND CHECKS

2,402.50

IRLEN INSTITUTE

SUPPLIES

102.95

K-MAC AWARDS

MATERIALS/SERVICES

12.00

KEVIN HLAVAC LOCKSMITH & HANDYMAN

PURCHASED SERVICES

175.00

KNOD

ADVERTISING

395.00

KROGER & SONS HAULING, LLC

GARBAGE COLLECTION

820.00

MADISON NATIONAL LIFE

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

2,863.02

MEINERS PLUMBING AND HEATING

PURCHASED SERVICES

813.97

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY

UTILITIES

20.82

NAPA

SUPPLIES

182.71

OUR OWN UPHOLSTERY

PURCHASED SERVICES

40.00

PAPER CORPORATION

SUPPLIES

1,503.32

REALLY GREAT READING COMPANY, LLC

CURRICULUM

6,924.96

REFLECTIVE TRAFFIC SYSTEMS

SUPPLIES

119.94

ROGERS PEST CONTROL LLC

PEST CONTROL

180.00

RURAL SCHOOL ADVOCATES OF IOWA

MEMBERSHIP

650.00

SAGE PUBLICATIONS, INC

MATERIALS

878.20

SANDQUIST, ANDREW

EMPLOYEE PHYSICAL

95.00

SCHOLASTIC, INC.

MATERIALS

500.47

SCHOOL BUS SALES

PARTS

72.43

SCHOOL SPECIALTY, INC.

SUPPLIES

2,562.44

SPRINGMAN ELECTRIC LLC

PURCHASED SERVICES

169.72

STORM LAKE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

SPED BILLING

34,693.67

STUDER HARLAN DO IT BEST HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

173.25

TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES CORP.

FLEX ENROLLMENT FEE

105.36

TUMBLEWEED PRESS, INC.

SUPPLIES

1,023.29

VERIZON WIRELESS

TELEPHONE SERVICE

793.53

VISUAL EDGE INC. DBA COUNSEL OFFICE

COPIER LEASE

252.04

W.W. GRAINGER, INC.

SUPPLIES

1,646.12

WELLMARK BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

123,531.34

WEST INTERACTIVE SERVICES

SOFTWARE

6,351.80

WILLIAM H. SADLIER, INC

CURRICULUM

5,707.24

     

STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

   

ATLANTIC BOTTLING CO.

SUPPLIES

1,031.88

ATLANTIC COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEES

100.00

CITY OF HARLAN

FACILITY LEASE

4,000.00

CORE-MARK MIDCONTINENT, INC

SUPPLIES

538.06

DECKER SPORTING GOODS

SUPPLIES

467.50

DIAMONDS GROUNDSKEEPER

PURCHASED SERVICES

7,860.00

FLORAL ELEGANCE AND UNIQUE GIFTS

SUPPLIES

288.00

GORDON BERNARD CO.

SUPPLIES

2,440.25

HARLAN NEWSPAPERS

SUPPLIES/LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

170.60

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

3,766.31

IOWA GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC UNION

TICKET SALES

3,330.00

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

TICKET SALES

10,078.00

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL COACHES ASSN.

REGISTRATION

250.00

KELLY, MIKE

OFFICIATING

140.00

LEWIS CENTRAL COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

DUES

500.00

PIZZA RANCH

SUPPLIES

227.75

SCRIMAGER, BRIAN

OFFICIATING

140.00

SHELBY COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION

BOOTH RENTAL

80.00

SOUTH CENTRAL CALHOUN SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEES

90.00

STUDER HARLAN DO IT BEST HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

3.98

SUBWAY

SUPPLIES

443.98

UPTOWN SPORTING GOODS

SUPPLIES

152.85

WENGER

MUSIC STANDS

2,124.00

ZANDER INK

SUPPLIES

1,639.00

     

MANAGEMENT FUND                        

   

THE AGENCY

INSURANCE

950.00

     

CAPITAL FUNDS PROJECT

   

HEWLETT-PACKARD FINANCIAL SERVICES

COMPUTER LEASE

16,269.00

KS STATEBANK

COMPUTER LEASE

52,369.00

     

PHYSICAL PLANT & EQUIPMENT

   

BAXTER LUMBER AND HARDWARE

PURCHASED SERVICES

4,274.30

BURGER CONSTRUCTION

PURCHASED SERVICES

5,308.00

CAPITAL CITY BOILER

PURCHASED SERVICES

2,452.60

COMBUSTION CONTROL CO.

REPAIRS

287.24

CONTROL SERVICES INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

9,386.29

GETZSCHMAN HEATING, LLC

PURCHASED SERVICES

1,582.00

INTERFACE AMERICAS, INC.

CARPET

9,422.23

KRUSE REFRIGERATION & ELECTRIC

EQUIPMENT

7,930.00

MEINERS PLUMBING AND HEATING

PURCHASED SERVICES

4,809.48

RIEMANN MUSIC, INC.

REPAIRS

1,555.40

SCHMITT MUSIC CENTERS

REPAIRS

90.00

JANNING, SHAWN

PURCHASED SERVICES

2,100.00

STA-BILT CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

PURCHASED SERVICES

1,025.00

     

SCHOOL NUTRITION FUND

   

COMMISSION ON DIETETIC REGISTRATION

REGISTRATION

70.00

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

30.44

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

21.06

HARRIS SCHOOL SOLUTIONS

MERCHANT PROCESSING

75.90

HY-VEE FOOD STORE

SUMMER FOOD PROGRAM

6,399.64

W.W. GRAINGER, INC.

SUPPLIES

320.11

 

DISCUSSION ITEMS:  The Board discussed back to school items, board elections, ISL/PPEL, board email accounts, annual district priorities and communication guidelines, and IA-SB annual convention.

ADJOURNMENT:    Anderson moved, seconded by Devlin-Lawler to adjourn. Motion carried 6-0 and the meeting was adjourned at 6:59 p.m.

Next Meeting:  – September 9, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – Board Room

_________________________              ______________________________

Board President                                    Board Secretary                             

 

mameyer@hcsdcy… Wed, 01/15/2020 - 13:47

Board Minutes - 2019.09.09

Board Minutes - 2019.09.09

 

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING

(For approval on 9-23-2019)

SEPTEMBER 9, 2019

PUBLIC HEARING

The Board met for a Public Hearing at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, September 9, 2019 in the Board Room at Harlan Community High School.  President Amy Rueschenberg presided with Board members Jessica Anderson, Joni Larsen, Seth Piro, and Monte Schechinger present. Al Hazelton and Tarah Devlin-Lawler were absent.

Administrators Present:     Lynn Johnson, Scott Frohlich, Bill Mueller, and Jeff Moser

Media:                              Bob Bjoin and Brian Taylor

APPROVAL OF AGENDA:  Schechinger moved, seconded by Anderson, to approve the agenda.  Motion carried 5-0.

PUBLIC HEARING ON CONTINUED PARTICIPATION IN THE INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT PROGRAM:   No comments were received from the public.

ADJOURN:  Larsen moved, seconded by Anderson to adjourn.  Motion carried 5-0 and the public hearing was adjourned at 5:33 p.m.

REGULAR BOARD MEETING

The Board met for a regular meeting at 5:33 p.m. on Monday, September 9, 2019, in the Board Room at Harlan Community High School. President Amy Rueschenberg presided with Board members Jessica Anderson, Joni Larsen, Seth Piro, and Monte Schechinger present. Al Hazelton and Tarah Devlin-Lawler were absent.

Administrators Present:     Lynn Johnson, Scott Frohlich, Bill Mueller, and Jeff Moser

Media:                              Bob Bjoin and Brian Taylor

APPROVAL OF AGENDA:  Piro moved, seconded by Schechinger, to approve the agenda.  Motion carried 5-0.

EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONNEL:  Anderson moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the employment of Gabe Baughman as Intermediate Building Instructional Leader; Kay Goshorn as Primary Building Instructional Leader; and Carrie Kiesel as Intermediate Building Instructional Leader. Motion carried 5-0.

APPROVAL OF RESOLUTION TO DIRECT THE COUNTY COMMISSIONER OF ELECTIONS TO SUBMIT THE QUESTION OF CONTINUED PARTICIPATION IN THE INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT PROGRAM AND THE QUESTION OF LEVYING A VOTER APPROVED PHYSICAL PLANT AND EQUIPMENT PROPERTY TAX:  President Rueschenberg introduced the resolution and roll call votes were Rueschenberg – Aye, Anderson – Aye, Larsen – Aye, Piro – Aye, and Schechinger – Aye. Motion carried.

POLICY APPROVAL – SECOND/FINAL READING:  Schechinger moved, seconded by Piro to approve the second and final reading of policy 505.5 Graduation Requirements. Motion carried 5-0.

APPROVAL OF LAU PLAN:  Anderson moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the Lau Plan as presented. Motion carried 5-0.

APPROVAL OF SUPERINTENDENT GOALS:  Larsen moved, seconded by Piro to approve the Superintendent goals as presented. Motion carried 5-0.

APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA:  Schechinger moved, seconded by Anderson, to approve the consent agenda as presented.  This included personnel amended contracts for Susan Berndt, Michelle Brummer, Jeff Hastert, Brian James, Zachary Klaassen, Chelsy Newcomb, Carol Bastress, and Ronda Griffith. Motion carried 5-0.

DISCUSSION ITEMS:  The Board discussed early retirement and additional custodial staffing.

ADJOURNMENT:    Anderson moved, seconded by Schechinger to adjourn. Motion carried 5-0 and the meeting was adjourned at 6:12 p.m.

Next Meeting:  – Monday, September 23, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – Board Room

_________________________              ______________________________

Board President                                    Board Secretary                             

 

mameyer@hcsdcy… Wed, 01/15/2020 - 13:47

Board Minutes - 2019.09.23

Board Minutes - 2019.09.23

 

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING

(For approval on 10-21-2019)

SEPTEMBER 23, 2019

The Board met for a regular meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, September 23, 2019, in the Board Room at Harlan Community High School. President Amy Rueschenberg presided with Board members Jessica Anderson, Al Hazelton, Tarah Devlin-Lawler, Joni Larsen, Seth Piro, and Monte Schechinger present.

Administrators Present:               Lynn Johnson

Media:                                        Bob Bjoin and Brian Taylor

APPROVAL OF AGENDA:  Anderson moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the agenda.  Motion carried 7-0.

RESIGNATION OF PERSONNEL:  No items for consideration.

EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONNEL:  Schechinger moved, seconded by Hazelton to approve the employment of Nancy Barnum as High School Food Service; Kristy Davis as Primary School Special Education Associate; and Mitch Osborn as Head Boys Basketball Coach.  Motion carried 7-0.

APPOINTMENT OF DELEGATE FOR THE GREEN HILLS AEA DIRECTOR DISTRICT 4 CONVENTION FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING A MEMBER TO THE GREEN HILLS AEA BOARD OF DIRECTORS:  Piro moved, seconded by Larsen to appoint Jessica Anderson as the delegate for the Green Hills AEA director district 4 convention for the purpose of electing a member to the Green Hills AEA board of directors. Motion carried 7-0.

APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA:  Devlin-Lawler moved, seconded by Schechinger, to approve the consent agenda as presented.  This included the minutes from the previous board meetings, accounts payable for August and September, September General Fund (Operating Warrants), Trust Fund Warrants, Agency Fund Warrants and Physical Plant and Equipment Fund Warrants, a personnel contract for Ann Andersen and a non-personnel contract with Sioux City Schools. Motion carried 7-0. The approved warrants are as follows:

OPERATING FUND

   

95% GROUP, INC.

SUPPLIES

3,165.00

AHLERS & COONEY, P.C.

LEGAL SERVICES

777.50

ALL AMERICAN SPORTS CORP.

SUPPLIES

3,875.30

BAXTER LUMBER AND HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

208.31

BOMGAARS

SUPPLIES

13.27

BRANDY HALL MUSIC STUDIO

PURCHASED SERVICES

500.00

CAMBIUM LEARNING

SUPPLIES

127.54

CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY

SUPPLIES

3,073.40

CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL SUPPLY CO.

SUPPLIES

229.12

CARQUEST

PARTS

185.74

CARROLL CONTROL SYSTEMS INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

916.50

CENTRAL IOWA DISTRIBUTING INC.

SUPPLIES

563.00

CINTAS

LAUNDRY

130.95

CLARINDA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

ENTRY FEES

325.00

COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT

TRAVEL

244.16

CREES GARDEN CENTER

SUPPLIES

133.59

CUMMINS SALES AND SERVICE

REPAIRS

865.84

DELTA DENTAL

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

9,931.05

DICK BLICK

MATERIALS

403.31

EDGENUITY

SOFTWARE RENEWAL

700.00

EMPLOYMENT PUBLISHING, INC.

ADVERTISING

349.00

FARM SERVICE COOP

FUEL

8,161.39

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

3,791.88

GAWLEY TIRE AND REPAIR, INC.

TIRES AND TUBES

86.00

GLENWOOD BAND PARENTS ASSOCIATION

ENTRY FEES

200.00

GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES

COPIER LEASES

1,585.00

GREEN HILLS AEA

ONLINE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

709.55

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOLS NUTRITION

PRESCHOOL SNACKS

79.00

HARLAN MUNICIPAL UTILITIES

UTILITIES

33,847.12

HARLAN NEWSPAPERS

SUPPLIES/LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

1,003.10

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

26,133.62

HOME PRO VACUUM CENTERS

REPAIRS

88.15

IOWA COUNCIL OF TEACHERS OF MATHEMATICS

DUES/REGISTRATION

575.00

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC ASSOCIATION

REGISTRATION

299.00

IOWA PUPIL TRANSPORTATION ASSN.

REGISTRATION

275.00

IOWA SCHOOL FINANCE INFORMATION SYSTEMS

BACKGROUND CHECKS

106.50

IOWA TESTING PROGRAMS

TESTING MATERIALS

7,138.90

IOWA WESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT CLASSES

12,262.00

J.W. PEPPER & SON, INC.

MATERIALS

142.83

KEARNEY, BILL

REGISTRATION

25.00

KNOW BUDDY RESOURCES

SUPPLIES

19.90

KROGER & SONS HAULING, LLC

GARBAGE COLLECTION

2,311.40

LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC.

SUPPLIES

382.12

LIFESCAPE - CHILDREN'S CARE

SPED BILLING

10,800.50

MADISON NATIONAL LIFE

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

2,760.02

MARCHING WAREHOUSE

PURCHASED SERVICES

1,000.00

MARTIN BROS. DISTRIBUTING CO.

SUPPLIES

226.39

MEINERS PLUMBING AND HEATING

PURCHASED SERVICES

2,537.96

METHOD TEST PREP

TESTING MATERIALS

720.00

MID AMERICAN ENERGY

UTILITIES

11.48

MIDWEST AUTOMATIC FIRE SPRINKLER CO

PURCHASED SERVICES

750.00

NAPA

SUPPLIES

412.11

NORTHWEST AEA

SUPPLIES

280.74

O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC.

PARTS

36.18

OMAHA TRUCK CENTER, INC.

PARTS

105.88

OUR OWN UPHOLSTERY

PURCHASED SERVICES

80.00

PANAMA WELDING LLC

PURCHASED SERVICES

320.00

PITTS FAMILY & SPORTS CHIROPRATIC

EMPLOYEE PHYSICALS

475.00

RICHTER AND SON TOWING, INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

285.00

     
     
     
     
     

ROGERS PEST CONTROL LLC

PEST CONTROL

180.00

SCAR, CHRISTA

TRAVEL

1.40

SCHOOL SPECIALTY, INC.

SUPPLIES

1,225.89

SEIDL ELECTRIC, INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

1,226.48

SHELBY COUNTY SOLID WASTE AGENCY

GARBAGE FEES

8.00

SONDERMAN CLEANING SERVICE

PURCHASED SERVICES

85.00

STUDER HARLAN DO IT BEST HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

329.83

TEPE, CHRIS

BUS LICENSE

64.00

THOMAS BUS SALES, INC

PARTS

642.01

VERIZON WIRELESS

TELEPHONE SERVICE

1,474.35

VETTER EQUIPMENT CO.

REPAIRS

3,414.40

VISUAL EDGE INC. DBA COUNSEL OFFICE

COPIER LEASES

1,782.07

W.W. GRAINGER, INC.

SUPPLIES

3,773.73

WELLMARK BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

261,204.88

WOODBINE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

OPEN ENROLLMENT

3,493.63

     

STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

   

ADM COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEES

100.00

ABRAHAM LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL

ENTRY FEES

150.00

ALL AMERICAN SPORTS CORP.

SUPPLIES

11,676.44

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION

FUNDRAISING PAYMENT

513.00

AMERICAN RED CROSS

FUNDRAISING PAYMENT

647.25

ANDERSON, MIKE

OFFICIATING

115.00

ARKFELD, MARK

OFFICIATING

230.00

ATLANTIC COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEES

75.00

BAXTER LUMBER AND HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

19.78

BFG SUPPLY COMPANY

SUPPLIES

203.34

BIRD, MATT

OFFICIATING

115.00

BONSALL TV & APPLIANCE, INC.

EQUIPMENT REPAIRS

1,267.55

BSN SPORTS

SUPPLIES

1,952.00

BULLETIN & REVIEW

ADVERTISING

58.50

BURT, J. ZACH

OFFICIATING

70.00

COLE, JON

OFFICIATING

115.00

COMER, DAN

OFFICIATING

115.00

DENISON COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEES

70.00

ENVISION SPORTS DESIGN

SUPPLIES

1,100.00

GLENWOOD COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEES

120.00

GOETTSCH, MARY

OFFICIATING

200.00

GRAPHIC EDGE

SUPPLIES

709.65

GREBERT, RON

OFFICIATING

115.00

HARLAN LITTLE LEAGUE

SUPPLIES

576.00

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

4,391.78

HULSTEIN, SHAR

OFFICIATING

200.00

IOWA CHORAL DIRECTORS ASSN.

REGISTRATION

370.00

IOWA F.F.A. ASSOCIATION

REGISTRATION

30.00

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC ASSOCIATION

MEMBERSHIP

25.00

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL SPEECH ASSOCIATION

MEMBERSHIP

50.00

KNOD

ADVERTISING

35.00

KRUSE, NATHAN

OFFICIATING

50.00

KUDRON, PHIL

OFFICIATING

225.00

KUEMPER CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL

ENTRY FEES

170.00

LOU'S SPORTING GOODS

SUPPLIES

246.83

MANZ, KYLE

OFFICIATING

210.00

MARINA MUSIC SERVICE

MATERIALS

134.50

MILLER, HOPE

PURCHASED SERVICES

150.00

MILLER, KELLI

PURCHASED SERVICES

100.00

MURPHY SIGNS

PURCHASED SERVICES

72.50

OSBORN, KEVIN

OFFICIATING

280.00

PIONEER MANUFACTURING COMPANY

SUPPLIES

605.00

POWELL, RICK

OFFICIATING

70.00

     
     
     
     
     

RED OAK COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEES

250.00

ROSMANN FAMILY FARMS

SUPPLIES

41.70

SCHUMACHER, BRENT

OFFICIATING

210.00

SHELBY COUNTY TRAP & SKEET LTD

SUPPLIES

341.00

SIBBALD, ERIN

PURCHASED SERVICES

1,075.00

STEFFENS, KYLE

OFFICIATING

200.00

STORM LAKE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEES

160.00

TEAMMATES

MEMBERSHIPS

500.00

TROPHIES PLUS

SUPPLIES

1,143.73

TRUE, TOM

OFFICIATING

50.00

UPTOWN SPORTING GOODS

SUPPLIES

2,800.45

VARSITY

SUPPLIES

7,176.80

VESALIUS HEALTH

SUPPLIES

63.98

WEDEMEYER, BRIAN

OFFICIATING

200.00

WESTERN IOWA LANDSCAPES

PURCHASED SERVICES

3,030.00

WILLIAMS, CINDY

OFFICIATING

225.00

ZANDER INK

SUPPLIES

913.50

     

MANAGEMENT FUND                        

   

TRAVIS, LEANNE

RETIREE INSURANCE BENEFIT

2,500.00

     

PHYSICAL PLANT & EQUIPMENT

   

COMBUSTION CONTROL CO.

REPAIRS

2,577.06

CONTROL SERVICES INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

4,030.24

ELEVATE ROOFING

PURCHASED SERVICES

305.23

GETZSCHMAN HEATING, LLC

PURCHASED SERVICES

4,825.00

ITSAVVY LLC

SOFTWARE RENEWAL

6,928.50

MEINERS PLUMBING AND HEATING

PURCHASED SERVICES

17,230.23

THOMAS BUS SALES, INC.

BUS PURCHASE

101,075.00

     

SCHOOL NUTRITION FUND

   

ATLANTIC BOTTLING CO.

SUPPLIES

64.65

BARATTA, DESIRAE

LUNCH REFUND

10.09

CAMPBELL, MARY

LUNCH REFUND

17.25

DELAUTER, FRAN

LUNCH REFUND

7.85

EARTHGRAINS COMPANY

SUPPLIES

510.82

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

30.44

FATKA, MATT

LUNCH REFUND

1.90

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

153.34

HARRIS SCHOOL SOLUTIONS

MERCHANT PROCESSING

289.30

HEILIG, DYLAN

LUNCH REFUND

8.50

HILAND DAIRY

SUPPLIES

1,842.22

HINZ, LARISSA

LUNCH REFUND

7.00

HYVEE FOOD STORE

SUPPLIES

1,982.79

KOESTERS, TIM

LUNCH REFUND

42.52

LOOKER, JENNIFER

LUNCH REFUND

17.00

MARTIN BROS. DISTRIBUTING CO.

SUPPLIES

24,805.30

MEINERS PLUMBING AND HEATING

PURCHASED SERVICES

2,422.23

PUCELIK, LORENE

LUNCH REFUND

0.85

RAPIDS

SUPPLIES

428.50

RIETVELD, ANDY

LUNCH REFUND

54.59

ROMERO, ERICK

LUNCH REFUND

6.98

SCHMIDT, JEFF

LUNCH REFUND

0.30

STEPHENSON, ANDREW

LUNCH REFUND

192.99

STUDER HARLAN DO IT BEST HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

9.38

W.W. GRAINGER, INC.

SUPPLIES

279.98

WINKER, KARA

LUNCH REFUND

100.20

DISCUSSION ITEMS:  The board discussed the policy review process and decided on using a committee approach.

ADJOURNMENT:  Anderson moved, seconded by Devlin-Lawler to adjourn.  Motion carried 7-0 and the meeting was adjourned at 6:03 p.m.

Next Meeting:  – October 7, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – Board Room

_________________________              ______________________________

Board President                                    Board Secretary                                      

 

 

 

 

 

mameyer@hcsdcy… Wed, 01/15/2020 - 13:47

Board Minutes - 2019.10.07

Board Minutes - 2019.10.07

 

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING

(For approval on 10-21-2019)

OCTOBER 7, 2019

The Board met for a regular meeting on Monday, October 7, 2019, in the Board Room at the Harlan Community High School. President Amy Rueschenberg presided with Board members, Jessica Anderson, Al Hazelton, Tarah Devlin-Lawler, Joni Larsen, and Seth Piro were present. Monte Schechinger was absent.

Administrators Present:               Lynn Johnson, Scott Frohlich, Bill Mueller, and Jeff Moser

Media:                                        Brian Taylor and Bob Bjoin

APPROVAL OF AGENDA:   Anderson moved, seconded by Hazelton to approve the agenda.  Motion carried 6-0.

EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONNEL:   Devlin-Lawler moved, seconded by Piro to approve the employment of Lisa Leinen as 3rd Grade Math Department Leader. Motion carried 6-0.

APPROVAL OF REQUEST FOR ALLOWABLE GROWTH AND SUPPLEMENTAL AID FOR NEGATIVE SPECIAL EDUCATION BALANCE OF $578,750.38:  Anderson moved, seconded by Hazelton to approve the request for allowable growth and supplemental aid for negative special education balance of $578,750.38. Motion carried 6-0.

APPROVAL OF DISTRICT ANNUAL TREASURER REPORT:  Larsen moved, seconded by Piro to approve the district annual treasurer report as presented. Motion carried 6-0.

POLICY REVIEW/APPROVAL:  Piro moved, seconded by Anderson to approve the review and adoption of policies as presented. Policy 100 – Legal Status of the School District, Policy 101 Educational Philosophy of the School District, Policy 103 R1 Long-Range Needs Assessment, and Policy 105 – Assistance Animals are new policies and will be officially adopted at the second and final reading at the next meeting. Policy 102 – Equal Educational Opportunity, Policy 102 E1 – Annual Notice of Nondiscrimination, Policy 102 E2 – Continuous Notice of Nondiscrimination, Policy 102 E3 – Notice of Section 504 Student and Parental Rights, Policy 102 E4 Complaint Form, Policy 102 E5 Witness Disclosure Form, Policy 102 E6 - Disposition of Complaint Form, Policy 104 E1 – Complaint Form, Policy 104 E2 – Witness Disclosure Form, and Policy 104 E3 – Disposition of Complaint Form were reviewed by the board with no changes. Policy 102 R1 – Grievance Procedure, Policy 103 – Long-Range Needs Assessment, Policy 104 – Anti-Bullying/Anti-Harassment Policy, and Policy 104 R1 – Anti-Bullying/Anti-Harassment Investigation Procedures are current policies that the board will be reviewing again at the next meeting. Motion carried 6-0.

POLICY APPROVAL – LAW CHANGES – FIRST/FINAL READING:  Hazelton moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the legislative changes to policy 404.R1 – Code of Professional Ethics Regulation and the required adoption of Policy 711.10 – School Bus Passenger Restraints. Motion carried 6-0.

CONSENT AGENDA:  Larsen moved, seconded by Devlin-Lawler to approve the non-personnel contract with Council Bluffs Community School District. Motion carried 6-0.

DISCUSSION ITEMS:  The Board discussed early retirement, policy review, holding a budget workshop, administrator reports by Mr. Mueller and Mr. Frohlich, quarterly update on board annual priorities, and quarterly update on superintendent goals.

ADJOURNMENT:   Anderson moved, seconded by Piro to adjourn.  Motion carried 6-0 and the meeting was adjourned at 7:21 p.m.

Next Meeting:  Monday, October 21, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – Board Room

_________________________              ______________________________

Board President                                    Board Secretary                             

 

 

mameyer@hcsdcy… Wed, 01/15/2020 - 13:46

Board Minutes - 2019.10.21

Board Minutes - 2019.10.21

 

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING

(For approval on 11-18-2019)

OCTOBER 21, 2019

The Board met for a regular meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, October 21, 2019, in the Board Room at Harlan Community High School. President Amy Rueschenberg presided with Board members Jessica Anderson, Al Hazelton,  Tarah Devlin-Lawler, Joni Larsen, and Monte Schechinger present. Seth Piro entered after the meeting began.

Administrators Present:               Lynn Johnson

Media:                                        Bob Bjoin and Brian Taylor

APPROVAL OF AGENDA:  Devlin-Lawler moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the agenda.  Motion carried 6-0.

The board received a presentation by Joe Woracek, Field Director, Green Hills AEA

RESIGNATION OF PERSONNEL:  Anderson moved, seconded by Hazelton to accept the resignation of Michelle Thorne as high school special education associate.  Motion carried 6-0.

EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONNEL:  Schechinger moved, seconded by Devlin-Lawler to approve the employment of Gayle Nelson as high school night custodian and Sam Brummer as freshman girls basketball coach and 3 sport stipend. Motion carried 6-0.

APPROVAL OF VOLUNTARY EARLY RETIREMENT PLAN:  Hazelton moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the voluntary early retirement plan as presented. Motion carried 6-0.

POLICY APPROVAL – SECOND/FINAL READING:  Anderson moved, seconded by Schechinger to approve the second and final reading of Policy 100 – Legal Status of the School District, Policy 101 – Educational Philosophy of the School District, Policy 102 R1 – Grievance Procedure, Policy 103 – Long-Range Needs Assessment, Policy 103 R1 – Long-Range Needs Assessment, Policy 104 – Anti-Bullying/Anti-Harassment, Policy 104 R1 – Anti-Bullying/Anti-Harassment Investigation Procedures, and Policy 105 – Assistance Animals. Motion carried 6-0.

APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA:  Larsen moved, seconded by Devlin-Lawler, to approve the consent agenda as presented.  This included the minutes from the previous board meetings, accounts payable for September and October, October General Fund (Operating Warrants), Trust Fund Warrants, Agency Fund Warrants and Physical Plant and Equipment Fund Warrants. Financial reports: Treasurer Report and Revenue Report and a Non-Personnel transportation contract with Woodbine CSD.  Motion carried 6-0. The approved warrants are as follows:

OPERATING FUND

   

AHLERS & COONEY, P.C.

LEGAL SERVICES

192.50

ARKFELD, WILLIAM

BUS LICENSE

43.50

BAND SHOPPE

SUPPLIES

641.05

BAUGHMAN, ELAINE

HOME SCHOOL ASSISTANCE TRAVEL

135.72

BAXTER LUMBER AND HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

128.61

BOMGAARS

SUPPLIES

11.46

CARQUEST

PARTS

652.21

CARROLL CONTROL SYSTEMS INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

200.00

CENTRAL IOWA DISTRIBUTING INC.

SUPPLIES

269.80

CINTAS

LAUNDRY

130.95

COUNCIL BLUFFS COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

SPED BILLING

5,958.24

DELTA DENTAL

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

10,841.94

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

BUS INSPECTIONS

760.00

DUKE AERIAL EQUIPMENT

INSPECTION FEE

612.68

FARM SERVICE COOP

FUEL

4,887.89

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

3,834.55

GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES

COPIER LEASES

1,585.00

HARLAN AUTO MART

REPAIRS

2,613.54

HARLAN SCHOOLS NUTRITION

SUPPLIES

50.55

HARLAN MUNICIPAL UTILITIES

UTILITIES

46,831.56

HARLAN NEWSPAPERS

SUPPLIES/LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

156.93

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

14,735.59

HOME PRO VACUUM CENTERS

REPAIRS

450.73

IOWA COUNCIL OF TEACHERS OF MATHEMATICS

DUES/REGISTRATION

95.00

IOWA DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES

MEDICAID STATE SHARE

0.37

IOWA DIVISION OF LABOR SERVICES

INSPECTION FEE

240.00

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC ASSOCIATION

REGISTRATION

253.00

IOWA SCHOOL COUNSELOR ASSOCIATION

REGISTRATION

250.00

IOWA SCHOOL FINANCE INFORMATION SYSTEMS

BACKGROUND CHECKS

60.00

IOWA WESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

BUS CLASSES

750.00

ITSAVVY LLC

EQUIPMENT

2,825.00

JAMF

SOFTWARE

1,325.50

KNOD

ADVERTISING

110.00

KROGER & SONS HAULING, LLC

GARBAGE COLLECTION

2,360.00

LAMINATION DEPOT, INC

SUPPLIES

117.06

LIFESCAPE - CHILDREN'S CARE

SPED BILLING

6,057.00

LOVEGOOD, LUKE

PURCHASED SERVICES

100.00

MADISON NATIONAL LIFE

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

3,007.56

MARTIN BROS. DISTRIBUTING CO.

SUPPLIES

68.02

MCGRAW-HILL

MATERIALS/TEXTBOOKS

403.27

MEINERS PLUMBING AND HEATING

PURCHASED SERVICES

1,673.25

MID AMERICAN ENERGY

UTILITIES

10.77

NAPA

SUPPLIES

5.34

NELSON FARM SUPPLY

SUPPLIES

222.67

NMC

PARTS

189.22

NORTHWEST AEA

SUPPLIES

582.63

O'HALLORAN INTERNATIONAL, INC

PARTS

1,226.00

O'KEEFE ELEVATOR COMPANY, INC

ELEVATOR INSPECTION

233.44

O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC.

PARTS

194.65

OMAHA TRUCK CENTER, INC.

PARTS

616.40

OTICON, INC.

EQUIPMENT

1,472.00

PEARSON EDUCATION, INC.

SOFTWARE RENEWAL

6,187.32

PETERSEN FAMILY WELLNESS CENTER

WELLNESS PROGRAM

31,858.20

PETERSEN MOTORS LLC

REPAIRS

229.52

PHONAK LLC

SUPPLIES

119.99

PITTS FAMILY & SPORTS CHIROPRACTIC

EMPLOYEE PHYSICALS

190.00

RAYNER & RINN

SUPPLIES

1,061.85

REALLY GREAT READING

SUPPLIES

298.00

RENAISSANCE LEARNING, INC

MATERIALS

5,913.50

ROGERS PEST CONTROL LLC

PEST CONTROL

196.00

SCHMITT MUSIC CENTERS

MATERIALS

85.55

SCHOOL SPECIALTY, INC.

SUPPLIES

617.34

SEIDL ELECTRIC, INC.

REPAIRS

196.94

SHIFFLER EQUIPMENT SALES, INC

SUPPLIES

226.03

SONDERMAN CLEANING SERVICE

PURCHASED SERVICES

85.00

SORENSEN EQUIPMENT CO.

REPAIRS

976.01

STUDER HARLAN DO IT BEST HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

154.22

TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES CORP.

FLEX ENROLLMENT FEE

1,445.04

VISUAL EDGE INC. DBA COUNSEL OFFICE

COPIER LEASES

1,646.21

W.W. GRAINGER, INC.

SUPPLIES

2,000.85

     

STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

   

ABRAHAM LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL

ENTRY FEES

75.00

AMERICAN BAND ACCESSORIES

SUPPLIES

218.85

ARKFELD, MARK

OFFICIATING

590.00

ASCENT SPORTS TECHNOLOGY

PURCHASED SERVICES

634.88

ATLANTIC BOTTLING CO.

SUPPLIES

1,556.56

ATLANTIC COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEES

160.00

BERENS, SEAN

OFFICIATING

115.00

BERENS, TOM

OFFICIATING

115.00

BLUMHARDT, WAYDE

OFFICIATING

280.00

BSN SPORTS

SUPPLIES

851.00

BUSCH, SCOTT

OFFICIATING

115.00

CARSTENS FARMSTEAD

ENTRY FEES

297.00

CISHIRTS

SUPPLIES

594.78

CLARK SPEAKS

PURCHASED SERVICES

250.00

CORE-MARK MIDCONTINENT, INC

SUPPLIES

411.62

CRESTON COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEES

120.00

CYCLONE LANES

PURCHASED SERVICES

279.00

DUSENBERRY, STUART

OFFICIATING

125.00

FLORAL ELEGANCE AND UNIQUE GIFTS

SUPPLIES

200.00

GIRRES, CHRIS

OFFICIATING

115.00

GLENWOOD BOOSTER CLUB

SUPPLIES

300.00

GLENWOOD COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEES

90.00

GRAPHIC EDGE

SUPPLIES

750.42

HARLAN NEWSPAPERS

SUPPLIES/LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

18.00

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

7,121.98

HARRIS SCHOOL SOLUTIONS

MERCHANT PROCESSING

101.30

IOWA CHEER COACHES ASSOCIATION

MEMBERSHIP/REGISTRATION

195.00

IOWA FCCLA

REGISTRATION

200.00

IOWA GIRLS COACHES ASSOCIATION

MEMBERSHIP

115.00

IOWA HOSA

REGISTRATION

720.00

IOWA SCHOOL DANCE TEAMS ASSOCIATION

REGISTRATION

376.00

JACOBUS, REILLY

OFFICIATING

115.00

JOSTENS INC.

SUPPLIES

6,533.29

KEARNEY, BILL

REIMBURSEMENT PURCHASED SERVICES

150.00

KNUDSEN, LORIE

OFFICIATING

420.00

LANGUAGE TESTING INTERNATIONAL

SUPPLIES

45.00

LEWIS CENTRAL COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEES

120.00

MANZ, KYLE

OFFICIATING

160.00

MILLER, KELLI

SUPERVISION

200.00

MOORES PORTABLE TOILETS & PUMPING

RENTAL

300.00

NEFF COMPANY

SUPPLIES

1,253.44

NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY

ENTRY FEES

132.00

OSBORN, KEVIN

OFFICIATING

590.00

PETERSEN, SHAWN

OFFICIATING

220.00

PIZZA RANCH

SUPPLIES

496.82

POWELL, RICK

OFFICIATING

430.00

RACK PERFORMANCE

PURCHASED SERVICES

850.00

RED OAK COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEES

100.00

REINDL, RANDY

OFFICIATING

115.00

ROSMANN FAMILY FARMS

SUPPLIES

41.70

SCHMITT MUSIC CENTERS

SUPPLIES

621.60

SCHUMACHER, BRENT

OFFICIATING

160.00

STANLEY, MIKE

OFFICIATING

125.00

STEFFENS, KYLE

OFFICIATING

220.00

STOULIL, MITCH

OFFICIATING

185.00

UPTOWN SPORTING GOODS

SUPPLIES

1,606.50

VARSITY

SUPPLIES

4,293.00

VEITZ, JEFF

OFFICIATING

115.00

WEDEMEYER, BRIAN

OFFICIATING

95.00

WENSTRAND, NICOLE

OFFICIATING

85.00

WESTERN CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS

ENTRY FEES

100.00

WIECH, JENNIFER

OFFICIATING

95.00

WOHLERS, KEITH

OFFICIATING

115.00

WOOD, MARTIN

OFFICIATING

115.00

ZANDER INK

SUPPLIES

6,810.70

     

MANAGEMENT FUND                        

   

AGENCY

INSURANCE

818.00

EMC INSURANCE CASUALTY COMPANY

INSURANCE DEDUCTIBLE

1,335.21

     

CAPITAL FUNDS PROJECT

   

EDUSPIRE SOLUTIONS, LLC

SOFTWARE RENEWAL

2,000.00

LIGHTBOX SYSTEMS

SOFTWARE LICENSES

3,900.00

RIVERSIDE TECHNOLOGIES

EQUIPMENT

6,800.00

     

PHYSICAL PLANT & EQUIPMENT

   

CONTROL SERVICES INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

20,401.33

ELEVATE ROOFING

PURCHASED SERVICES

618.47

GETZSCHMAN HEATING, LLC

PURCHASED SERVICES

7,336.00

RIEMANN MUSIC, INC.

REPAIRS

115.66

SCHMITT MUSIC CENTERS

REPAIRS

115.00

     

SCHOOL NUTRITION FUND

   

ALEJANDRO GARCIA, RENE

LUNCH REFUND

8.75

ATLANTIC BOTTLING CO.

SUPPLIES

150.85

BERNARD FOOD INDUSTRIES, INC.

SUPPLIES

67.38

CENTRAL IOWA DISTRIBUTING INC.

SUPPLIES

233.00

EARTHGRAINS COMPANY

SUPPLIES

768.63

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

30.50

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

114.13

HARRIS SCHOOL SOLUTIONS

MERCHANT PROCESSING

467.40

HILAND DAIRY

SUPPLIES

4,335.84

HOBART

REPAIRS

1,166.11

HOFSTADTER, ALICIA

LUNCH REFUND

29.37

HOPP, THOMAS

LUNCH REFUND

2.50

HYVEE FOOD STORE

SUPPLIES

11,042.09

KECK FOODS

SUPPLIES

3,237.04

KRUSE REFRIGERATION & ELECTRIC

REPAIRS

148.00

MARTIN BROS. DISTRIBUTING CO.

SUPPLIES

26,199.28

MEINERS PLUMBING AND HEATING

REPAIRS

176.10

NORDBY, ROD

LUNCH REFUND

4.30

RAPIDS

SUPPLIES

210.04

W.W. GRAINGER, INC.

SUPPLIES

96.66

CLOSED SESSION:  Anderson moved, seconded by Devlin-Lawler to move that the Board go into closed session to evaluate the professional competency of an individual whose appointment, hiring, performance or discharge is being considered when necessary to prevent needless and irreparable injury to the affected individual’s reputation and that individual requests a closed session, all pursuant to Iowa Code section 21.5(1)(i). Role call votes:  Rueschenberg – Aye; Anderson – Aye; Hazelton – Aye ; Devlin-Lawler – Aye; Larsen – Aye; and Schechinger – Aye. Nays: None. The Board entered into closed session at 6:25 p.m.

Piro entered the closed session at 7:31 p.m.

The Board re-entered open session at 7:47 p.m.

ADJOURNMENT:  Anderson moved, seconded by Larsen to adjourn.  Motion carried 7-0 and the meeting was adjourned at 7:47 p.m.

Next Meeting:  – November 4, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – Board Room

_________________________              ______________________________

Board President                                    Board Secretary                                      

 

 

 

 

 

mameyer@hcsdcy… Wed, 01/15/2020 - 13:46

Board Minutes - 2019.11.04

Board Minutes - 2019.11.04

 

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING

(For approval on 11-18-2019)

NOVEMBER 4, 2019

The Board met for a regular meeting on Monday, November 4, 2019, in the Board Room at the Harlan Community High School. President Amy Rueschenberg presided with Board members, Jessica Anderson, Al Hazelton, Tarah Devlin-Lawler, Joni Larsen, and Monte Schechinger were present. Seth Piro entered the meeting after it began.

Administrators Present:               Lynn Johnson, Scott Frohlich, Bill Mueller, and Jeff Moser

Media:                                        Amy Barrett and Bob Bjoin

APPROVAL OF AGENDA:   Larsen moved, seconded by Devlin-Lawler to approve the agenda.  Motion carried 6-0.

RESIGNATION OF PERSONNEL:  Anderson moved, seconded by Hazelton to approve the resignation of Brooke Wilson as Head Softball Coach. Motion carried 6-0.

EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONNEL:   Hazelton moved, seconded by Schechinger to approve the employment of Katie Arentson as High School Special Education Associate. Motion carried 6-0.

APPROVAL OF EARLY RETIREMENT PLAN REQUESTS:  Anderson moved, seconded by Devlin-Lawler to approve the early retirement plan requests from Matt Koesters – Transportation Director; Nancy Osborn – School Nurse, High School Health Occupational Teacher, and HOSA Sponsor; Diana Rauterkus – High School Business Teacher and Yearbook Sponsor; Brent Tucker – High School Science Teacher; and Kim Zaccone – Middle School STEM/Math Teacher, Middle School Instructional Coach, Middle School Building Instructional Leader, and Math Bee Sponsor. Motion carried 6-0.

Piro entered the meeting at 5:51 p.m.

POLICY REVIEW/APPROVAL:  Anderson moved, seconded by Piro to approve the review and adoption of policies as presented. Policy 200.R1 – Organizational Meeting Procedures; Policy 200.2 – Powers of the Board of Directors; Policy 200.3 – Responsibilities of the Board of Directors; Policy 202.1 – Qualifications; Policy 207 – Board of Directors’ Legal; Policy 208 – Ad Hoc Committees; Policy 208.E1 – Ad Hoc Committees Exhibit; Policy 209.3 – Dissemination of Policy; Policy 209.4 – Suspension of Policy; Policy 209.5 – Administration in the Absence of Policy; Policy 209.7 – Review of Administrative Regulations; Policy 210.5 – Meeting Notice; Policy 210.7 – Rules of Order; Policy 210.8 – Board Meeting Agenda; Policy 210.8E1 – Board Meeting Agenda Example; Policy 210.9 – Consent Agenda; Policy 210.10 – Order of the Regular Board of Directors’ Meeting; Policy 214 – Public Hearings; Policy 216.1 – Association Membership; and Policy 216.2 – Board of Directors’ Member Development and Training are new policies and will be officially adopted at the second and final reading at the next meeting.  Policy 201 – Board of Directors’ Elections; Policy 202.2 – Oath of Office; Policy 202.3 – Term of Office; Policy 202.4 – Vacancies; Policy 203 – Board of Directors’ Conflict of Interest; Policy 206.1 – President; Policy 206.2 – Vice-President; Policy 209.6 – Review and Revision of Policy; Policy 210.4 – Work Sessions; Policy 210.7R1 – Rules of Order Regulation; Policy 211 – Open Meetings; Policy 215 – Board of Directors’ Records; and Policy 217 – Gifts to Board of Directors were reviewed by the board with no changes. Policy 200.1 – Organization of the Board of Directors; Policy 204 – Code of Ethics; Policy 205 – Board Member Liability; Policy 206.3 – Secretary; Policy 206.4 – Treasurer; Policy 209.1 – Development of Policy; Policy 209.2 – Adoption of Policy; Policy 210.1 – Annual Meeting; Policy 210.2 – Regular Meeting; Policy 210.3 – Special Meeting; Policy 210.6 – Quorum; Policy 212 – Closed Sessions; Policy 213 – Public Participation in Board Meetings; Policy 213.R1 – Public Complaints; and Policy 216.3 – Board of Directors’ Member Development and Training  are current policies that the board will be reviewing again to finalize revisions at the next meeting. Motion carried 7-0.

DISCUSSION ITEMS:  The Board discussed extending Mrs. Johnson’s Interim Superintendent contract for one additional year and Mr. Moser gave an administrator report.

ADJOURNMENT:   Anderson moved, seconded by Larsen to adjourn.  Motion carried 7-0 and the meeting was adjourned at 6:48 p.m.

Next Meeting:  Monday, November 18, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – Board Room 

_________________________              ______________________________

Board President                                    Board Secretary                             

 

mameyer@hcsdcy… Wed, 01/15/2020 - 13:45

Board Minutes - 2019.11.18

Board Minutes - 2019.11.18

 

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING

(For approval on 12-16-2019)

NOVEMBER 18, 2019

The Board met for a regular meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, November 18, 2019, in the Board Room at Harlan Community High School. President Amy Rueschenberg presided with Board members Jessica Anderson, Al Hazelton, Tarah Devlin-Lawler, Seth Piro, Joni Larsen, and Monte Schechinger present.

Administrators Present:               Lynn Johnson, Scott Frohlich, Bill Mueller, and Jeff Moser    

Media:                                        Bob Bjoin and Amy Barrett

APPROVAL OF AGENDA:  Schechinger moved, seconded by Hazelton, to approve the agenda.  Motion carried 7-0.

DISCUSSION ITEM: The board reviewed the election results as presented. The results for Director District 5 were: Joni Larsen received 720 votes, Allyson Bendorf received 439 votes, and scattering of 7 votes. Joni Larsen was elected. The results for Director District 6 were: Tarah Devlin-Lawler received 774 votes, Marcy Muenchrath received 95 votes, and scattering of 11 votes. Tarah Devlin-Lawler was elected. The results for Director District 7 were: Monte Schechinger received 926 votes and scattering of 7 votes. Monte Schechinger was elected. The results of Director District 3, to fill a vacancy were: Seth Piro 843 votes and scattering of 8 votes. Seth Piro was elected. The results for public measure SY the results were: Yes 730 votes, No 418 votes. Public measure SY was passed. The results for public measure SZ were: Yes 711 and No 429. Public Measure SZ was passed.

APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA:  Larsen moved, seconded by Devlin-Lawler, to approve the consent agenda as presented.  This included the minutes from the previous board meetings, accounts payable for October and November, November General Fund (Operating Warrants). Trust Fund Warrants, Agency Fund Warrants, Physical Plant and Equipment Fund Warrants, Financial Reports, and a Non-Personnel Contract with Woodbine Community School District.  Motion carried 7-0. The approved warrants are as follows:

OPERATING FUND

   

AHLERS & COONEY, P.C.

LEGAL SERVICES

385.00

ALL IOWA CONCERT BAND FESTIVAL

REGISTRATION

175.00

AMERICAN FLOOR MATS

SUPPLIES

756.09

AMERICAN TIME & SIGNAL COMPANY

EQUIPMENT

3,654.84

BAUGHMAN, ELAINE

HOME SCHOOL TRAVEL

149.76

BAXTER LUMBER AND HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

925.00

BOMGAARS

SUPPLIES

629.99

BRUCK, TANYA

TRAVEL

39.00

C3 MEDIA INC. DBA INGENUITY WORKS

SUPPLIES

695.00

CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY

SUPPLIES

4,930.30

CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL SUPPLY CO.

SUPPLIES

737.20

CARQUEST

PARTS

299.33

CENTRAL IOWA DISTRIBUTING INC.

SUPPLIES

1,975.00

CINTAS

LAUNDRY

87.30

CLARK SPEAKS

PURCHASED SERVICES

200.00

CONCERNED, INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

72.68

CUMMINS SALES AND SERVICE

REPAIRS

1,053.32

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

IOWA LEARNING ONLINE

285.00

ED M. FELD EQUIPMENT CO.

PURCHASED SERVICES

600.00

EDUCATIONAL SERVICE UNIT #3

REGISTRATION

112.60

EWELL EDUCATIONAL SERVICES

SUBSCRIPTION RENEWAL

460.00

FARM SERVICE COOP

FUEL

5,898.87

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

3,908.64

GIL, ANA

TRAVEL

13.92

GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES

COPIER LEASES

1,585.00

GREEN HILLS AEA

PURCHASED SERVICES

30.00

HARLAN MUNICIPAL UTILITIES

UTILITIES

35,425.49

HARLAN NEWSPAPERS

SUPPLIES/LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

367.54

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

9,442.52

HARRIS SCHOOL SOLUTIONS

MERCHANT PROCESSING

8.25

HORIZON EQUIPMENT

REPAIRS

129.23

IOWA ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL BOARDS

REGISTRATION

140.00

IOWA SCHOOL COUNSELOR ASSOCIATION

REGISTRATION

250.00

IOWA SCHOOL FINANCE INFORMATION SYSTEMS

BACKGROUND CHECKS

195.00

IOWA WESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

BUS CLASSES

130.00

JOHNSON CONTROLS

REPAIRS

651.48

KELLER, GARY

PURCHASED SERVICES

150.00

KROGER & SONS HAULING, LLC

GARBAGE COLLECTION

2,500.00

LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC.

SUPPLIES

107.46

LIFESCAPE - CHILDREN'S CARE

SPED BILLING

10,552.50

MADISON NATIONAL LIFE

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

2,951.77

MARTIN BROS. DISTRIBUTING CO.

SUPPLIES

10.00

MATHESON TRI-GAS INC.

MATERIALS

3,558.00

NAPA

SUPPLIES

48.34

NORTHWEST IOWA SPRINKLER

PURCHASED SERVICES

1,090.82

O'KEEFE ELEVATOR COMPANY, INC.

ELEVATOR INSPECTION

233.44

O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC.

PARTS

34.26

OMAHA TRUCK CENTER, INC.

PARTS

955.94

POMP'S TIRE SERVICE, INC.

TIRES AND TUBES

2,005.38

POWERSCHOOL

SOFTWARE RENEWAL

9,020.88

RAYNER & RINN-SCOTT

MATERIALS

810.23

READ NATURALLY

SUPPLIES

1,380.00

     
     
     
     
     

ROGERS PEST CONTROL LLC

PEST CONTROL

300.00

SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS OF IOWA

MEMBERSHIPS

2,250.00

SCHMITT MUSIC CENTERS

MATERIALS

35.31

SCHROER & ASSOCIATES, P.C.

AUDIT FEES

4,250.00

SHI INTERNATIONAL CORP

PURCHASED SERVICES

2,169.69

SOLUTION TREE, LLC.

SCCS TITLE IIA PROFESSIONAL DEV.

689.00

SONDERMAN CLEANING SERVICE

PURCHASED SERVICES

85.00

STUDER HARLAN DO IT BEST HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

368.55

TY'S OUTDOOR POWER & SERVICE

REPAIRS

466.11

VERIZON WIRELESS

TELEPHONE SERVICE

675.78

VETERAN'S MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

FACILITY RENTAL

400.00

VETTER EQUIPMENT CO.

PARTS

1,158.30

VISUAL EDGE INC. DBA COUNSEL OFFICE

COPIER LEASES

2,452.89

W.W. GRAINGER, INC.

SUPPLIES

4,112.28

WALSH DOOR & HARDWARE, CO.

REPAIRS

1,545.00

WELLMARK BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

124,173.92

     

STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

   

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY

FUNDRAISING PAYMENT

968.46

ARKFELD, MARK

OFFICIATING

230.00

ATLANTIC BOTTLING CO.

SUPPLIES

520.79

AUDUBON COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

FFA TRAVEL

4,523.32

BLUMHARDT, WAYDE

OFFICIATING

80.00

BOWHAY, JERRY

OFFICIATING

115.00

BSN SPORTS

SUPPLIES

700.50

BUENTING, JEFF

OFFICIATING

115.00

C & A SCALE SERVICE, INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

185.00

CHRISTENSEN, JERRY

OFFICIATING

70.00

COMFORT INN & SUITES

TRAVEL

985.60

CORE-MARK MIDCONTINENT, INC.

SUPPLIES

650.40

DALLAS CENTER GRIMES COMMUNITY SCHOOLS

BAND PLAYOFF TICKETS

448.00

DEMPSTER, RUSS

OFFICIATING

115.00

DIAMONDS GROUNDSKEEPER

PURCHASED SERVICES

800.00

DISTRICT FOUR FCCLA

REGISTRATION

32.00

FAMILY, CAREER, COMMUNITY LEADERS OF AMER.

DUES

177.00

FLORAL ELEGANCE AND UNIQUE GIFTS

SUPPLIES

182.00

GREAT AMERICAN PREFERRED

FUNDRAISING SUPPLIES

9,380.00

HARLAN NEWSPAPERS

SUPPLIES/LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

72.00

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

5,732.92

HARRIS SCHOOL SOLUTIONS

MERCHANT PROCESSING

106.22

HOLIDAY INN DOWNTOWN

TRAVEL

358.92

HOSA - FUTURE HEALTH PROFESSIONALS

REGISTRATION

768.00

IOWA GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC UNION

TICKET SALES

1,362.00

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

REGISTRATION

315.00

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC ASSOCIATION

REGISTRATION

123.00

KNUDSEN, LORIE

OFFICIATING

355.00

LANGUAGE TESTING INTERNATIONAL

TESTING FEES

650.00

LOU'S SPORTING GOODS

SUPPLIES

430.54

MIDSTATES BANK

TRAVEL

320.00

MILLER, KELLI

PURCHASED SERVICES

100.00

MOORES PORTABLE TOILETS & PUMPING

RENTAL

360.00

MORRISON, MIKE

OFFICIATING

115.00

NATIONAL FFA ORGANIZATION

SUPPLIES

611.00

     
     
     
     
     

OSBORN, KEVIN

OFFICIATING

230.00

OSTLUND, SHAWN

OFFICIATING

115.00

POWELL, RICK

OFFICIATING

150.00

ROYAL PUBLISHING

SUPPLIES

175.00

SOUTHWEST DISTRICT FFA

REGISTRATION

360.00

STADTLANDER, JEAN

OFFICIATING

95.00

STANLEY, MIKE

OFFICIATING

200.00

STEFFENS, KYLE

OFFICIATING

95.00

TROPHIES PLUS

SUPPLIES

587.40

UPTOWN SPORTING GOODS

SUPPLIES

1,148.40

ZANDER INK

SUPPLIES

3,643.00

     

MANAGEMENT FUND                        

   

THE AGENCY

INSURANCE

552.00

     

PHYSICAL PLANT & EQUIPMENT

   

CONTROL SERVICES INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

2,720.45

GETZSCHMAN HEATING, LLC

PURCHASED SERVICES

433.00

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

141.16

KEAST AUTO CENTER

MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT VEHICLE

25,788.00

RIEMANN MUSIC, INC.

REPAIRS

98.25

RIVERSIDE TECHNOLOGIES

PURCHASED SERVICES

1,991.00

TRANE U.S. INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

2,540.50

WALSH DOOR & HARDWARE

SECURITY EQUIPMENT

9,435.00

     

SCHOOL NUTRITION FUND

   

ATLANTIC BOTTLING CO.

SUPPLIES

129.30

EARTHGRAINS COMPANY

SUPPLIES

1,120.06

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

30.50

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

305.51

HARRIS SCHOOL SOLUTIONS

MERCHANT PROCESSING

573.03

HILAND DAIRY

SUPPLIES

5,813.80

KRUSE REFRIGERATION & ELECTRIC

REPAIRS

451.00

MARTIN BROS. DISTRIBUTING CO.

SUPPLIES

25,181.40

RAPIDS

SUPPLIES

564.15

W.W. GRAINGER, INC.

SUPPLIES

31.12

POLICY REVIEW/APPROVAL – SECOND AND FINAL READING:  Hazelton moved, seconded by Anderson to approve second and final reading of policies as presented. Policy 200.R1 – Organizational Meeting Procedures; Policy 200.2 – Powers of the Board of Directors; Policy 200.3 – Responsibilities of the Board of Directors; Policy 202.1 – Qualifications; Policy 207 – Board of Directors’ Legal Counsel; Policy 208 – Ad Hoc Committees; Policy 208.E1 – Ad Hoc Committees Exhibit; Policy 209.3 – Dissemination of Policy; Policy 209.4 – Suspension of Policy; Policy 209.5 – Administration in the Absence of Policy; Policy 209.7 – Review of Administrative Regulations; Policy 210.5 – Meeting Notice; Policy 210.7 – Rules of Order; Policy 210.8 – Board Meeting Agenda; Policy 210.8E1 – Board Meeting Agenda Example; Policy 210.9 – Consent Agenda; Policy 210.10 – Order of the Regular Board of Directors’ Meeting; Policy 214 – Public Hearings; Policy 215.E1 – Board Meeting Minutes; Policy 216.1 – Association Membership; and Policy 216.2 – Board of Directors’ Member Development and Training are new policies and are now officially adopted.  Policy 200.1 – Organization of the Board of Directors; Policy 204 – Code of Ethics; Policy 205 – Board Member Liability; Policy 206.3 – Secretary; Policy 206.4 – Treasurer; Policy 209.1 – Development of Policy; Policy 209.2 – Adoption of Policy; Policy 210.1 – Annual Meeting; Policy 210.2 – Regular Meeting; Policy 210.3 – Special Meeting; Policy 210.6 – Quorum; Policy 212 – Closed Sessions; Policy 213 – Public Participation in Board Meetings; Policy 213.R1 – Public Complaints; and Policy 216.3 – Board of Directors’ Member Compensation and Expenses are current policies that the board officially adopted the amendments. Motion carried 7-0.

ADJOURNMENT:   Larsen moved, seconded by Piro, to adjourn the 2018-2019 Board of Education. Motion carried 7-0 and the meeting was adjourned at 5:50 p.m.

                    ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING AND REGULAR MEETING

Temporary Chairman Superintendent Johnson called the meeting to order at 5:51 p.m.

ELECTION OF BOARD PRESIDENT:  Larsen nominated Amy Rueschenberg as President. Nominations ceased. The Board voted on the nomination for Rueschenberg as President. Ayes included Anderson, Hazelton, Devlin-Lawler, Piro, Larsen, Schechinger, and Rueschenberg. Nayes included: none Motion carried 7-0.

Board President Rueschenberg conducted the remainder of the meeting.

ELECTION OF BOARD VICE PRESIDENT:  Schechinger nominated Jessica Anderson as Vice President. Nominations ceased. The Board voted on the nomination for Anderson as Vice President. Ayes included: Rueschenberg, Hazelton, Devlin-Lawler, Piro, Larsen, Schechinger, and Anderson. Nayes included: none. Motion carried 7-0.

ADOPTION OF MEETING RULES, PROCEDURES AND COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS:  Anderson moved, seconded by Hazelton, to approve the following committee selections: County Conference Board Rep: Schechinger; Salary and Bargaining Representatives: Schechinger, Rueschenberg, and Anderson; Delegate Assembly Representative: Larsen as delegate, Schechinger as alternate; Sick Leave Bank Committee: Devlin-Lawler and Rueschenberg; and District Study Team: Hazelton, Anderson and Piro. The Board also decided to form a Finance Committee: Rueschenberg, Anderson, and Piro. Motion carried 7-0 and all committee positions become active immediately.

DISCUSSION ITEMS:   The Board discussed the budget workshop format and agreed to spread the workshop out over multiple meetings and to include small group review as well.

ACTION ITEMS:  Schechinger moved, seconded by Piro to approve the resignation of Angie Kenkel as Preschool Special Education Associate and Karen Ryerson as Intermediate School Special Education Associate; the employment of Andrew Sandquist as Middle School Wrestling Coach; and the Disposal of Obsolete Drumline Equipment. Motion carried 7-0.

The Board entered exempt session at 6:17 p.m. to negotiate and discuss employment conditions of the Superintendent contract.

The Board returned to open session at 7:52 p.m.

ADJOURNMENT:  Anderson moved, seconded by Hazelton to adjourn.  Motion carried 7-0 and the meeting was adjourned at 7:52 p.m.

The Board held a workshop on school funds and funding sources following the regular meeting.

Next Meeting:  – December 2, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – Board Room

_________________________              _____________________________

Board President                                    Board Secretary                                      

 

 

 

 

 

mameyer@hcsdcy… Wed, 01/15/2020 - 13:45

Board Minutes - 2019.12.02

Board Minutes - 2019.12.02

 

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING

(For approval on 12-16-2019)

DECEMBER 2, 2019

The Board met for a regular meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, December 2, 2019, in the Board Room at Harlan Community High School. President Amy Rueschenberg presided with Board members Jessica Anderson, Al Hazelton, Tarah Devlin-Lawler, and Seth Piro present. Joni Larsen and Monte Schechinger were absent.

Administrators Present:               Lynn Johnson, Scott Frohlich, Bill Mueller, and Jeff Moser    

Media:                                        Bob Bjoin and Amy Barrett

APPROVAL OF AGENDA:  Anderson moved, seconded by Hazelton, to approve the agenda.  Motion carried 5-0.

DISCUSSION ITEM: The board discussed the distribution process of the 2019 ISASP results and Mr. Frohlich and Mr. Mueller gave administrator reports.

POLICY REVIEW/APPROVAL – FIRST READING/FINAL REVIEW:  Piro moved, seconded by Devlin-Lawler to approve the first reading and final review of policies as presented. Policy 302.1 – Superintendent Qualifications, Recruitment, Appointment; Policy 302.5 – Superintendent Evaluation; Policy 302.6 – Superintendent Professional Development; Policy 303.2 – Administrator Qualifications, Recruitment, Appointment; Policy 303.6 – Administrator Evaluation; Policy 303.7 – Administrator Professional Development; and Policy 306 Succession of Authority to the Superintendent were reviewed by the board with no changes. Policy 300 – Role of School District Administration; Policy 301.1 – Management; Policy 302.2 – Superintendent Contract and Contract Nonrenewal; Policy 302.3 – Superintendent Salary and Other Compensation; Policy 302.5E1 – Superintendent Evaluation Instrument; Policy 302.7 – Superintendent Civic Activities; Policy 302.8 – Superintendent Consulting/Outside Employment; Policy 303.4 – Administrator Salary and Other Compensation; Policy 303.8 – Administrator Civic Activities; Policy 303.9 – Administrator Consulting/Outside Employment; Policy 304.1 – Development and Enforcement of Administrative Regulations; Policy 304.2 – Monitoring of Administrative Regulations; Policy 305 – Administrator Code of Ethics; Policy 307 – Communication Channels; and Policy 711.8 – Transportation in Inclement Weather are new policies and will be officially adopted at the second and final reading at the next meeting. Policy 302.4 – Superintendent Duties; and Policy 303.3 – Administrator Contract and Contract Nonrenewal are current policies that the board will be reviewing again to finalize revisions at the next meeting. Policy 303.10 – Administrator Sick Leave; Policy 303.11 – Administrator Vacation; and Policy 303.12 – Administrator’s Early Retirement are current policies that the board will be deleting after the second and final reading at the next meeting. Motion carried 5-0.

ACTION ITEMS: 

RESIGNATION OF PERSONNEL:  Hazelton moved, seconded by Piro to approve the resignation of Chris Tepe as Bus Driver and Jenna Schaben as Director of Wellness, Food, and Nutritional Services. Motion carried 5-0.

EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONNEL:  Devlin-Lawler moved, seconded by Hazelton to approve the employment of Joan Schechinger as High School Special Education Associate. Motion carried 5-0.

APPROVAL OF SUPERINTENDENT CONTRACT:  Anderson moved, seconded by Piro to approve the 2020-2021 superintendent contract for Lynn Johnson. Motion carried 5-0.

APPROVAL OF MODIFIED SUPPLEMENTAL AMOUNT FOR OPEN ENROLLMENT OUT NOT IN FALL 2018 IN THE AMOUNT OF $55,235:  Devlin-Lawler moved, seconded by Hazelton to approve the modified supplemental amount for open enrollment out not in fall 2018 in the amount of $55,235.  Motion carried 5-0.

APPROVAL OF MODIFIED SUPPLEMENTAL AMOUNT FOR ELL INSTRUCTION BEYOND 5 YEARS IN THE AMOUNT OF $6,080:  Anderson moved, seconded by Piro to approve the modified supplemental amount for ELL instruction beyond 5 years in the amount of $6,080.  Motion carried 5-0.

APPROVAL OF EARLY GRADUATION REQUESTS:  Devlin-Lawler moved, seconded by Hazelton to approve the 6 early graduation requests as presented. Motion carried 5-0.

ADJOURNMENT:  Anderson moved, seconded by Piro to adjourn.  Motion carried 5-0 and the meeting was adjourned at 6:21 p.m.

Next Meeting:  – December 16, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – Board Room

_________________________              _____________________________

Board President                                    Board Secretary                                      

 

 

 

 

 

mameyer@hcsdcy… Wed, 01/15/2020 - 13:45

Board Minutes - 2019.12.16

Board Minutes - 2019.12.16

 

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING

(For approval on 1-20-2020)

DECEMBER 16, 2019

The Board met for a regular meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, December 16, 2019, in the Board Room at Harlan Community High School. President Amy Rueschenberg presided with Board members Jessica Anderson, Al Hazelton, Tarah Devlin-Lawler, Joni Larsen, and Monte Schechinger present. Seth Piro entered after the meeting began.

Administrators Present:               Lynn Johnson        

Media:                                        Bob Bjoin and Amy Barrett

APPROVAL OF AGENDA:  Schechinger moved, seconded by Hazelton, to approve the agenda.  Motion carried 6-0.

PRESENTATION:  Ms. McCall and FFA students presented to the board on their National FFA trip.

DISCUSSION ITEM: The board discussed setting a community engagement meeting. The date the board tentatively set for this community engagement event is Monday, March 9th at 7 p.m. This event would be open to the public.

Piro entered the meeting at 5:43 p.m.

ACTION ITEMS:

EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONNEL:  Anderson moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the employment of Gaylen Petsche as Primary/Intermediate School Special Education Associate and William Arkfeld as Bus Driver. Motion carried 7-0.

ADMINISTRATOR CONTRACT ADDENDUM:  Devlin-Lawler moved, seconded by Hazelton to approve the Administrator contract addendum as presented. Motion carried 7-0.

APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA:  Schechinger moved, seconded by Piro, to approve the consent agenda as presented.  This included the minutes from the previous board meetings, accounts payable for November and December, December General Fund (Operating Warrants), Trust Fund Warrants, Agency Fund Warrants, Physical Plant and Equipment Fund Warrants, Financial Reports, Personnel Amended Contracts for Hillgartner and Kurtz, and Non-Personnel Contracts with Control Services and Council Bluffs Community School District. The approved warrants are as follows:

OPERATING FUND

   

AHLERS & COONEY, P.C.

LEGAL SERVICES

3,298.00

ATP ASSESSMENTS

TESTING MATERIALS

5,471.40

BAUGHMAN, ELAINE

HOME SCHOOL MILEAGE

112.32

BAXTER LUMBER AND HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

1,268.09

BRUCE'S APPLIANCE & TV

REPAIRS

80.50

BULLETIN & REVIEW

ADVERTISING

66.00

CARQUEST

PARTS

1,196.95

CARROLL CONTROL SYSTEMS INC.

SUPPLIES

200.00

CINTAS

LAUNDRY

43.65

COUNCIL BLUFFS ADVERTISING

ADVERTISING

310.00

COUNCIL BLUFFS COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

SPED BILLING

5,958.04

DELTA DENTAL

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

10,339.35

ED M. FELD EQUIPMENT CO.

PURCHASED SERVICES

1,152.48

EDUCATIONAL SERVICE UNIT #3

REGISTRATION

112.60

EXIRA ELK HORN KIMBALLTON SCHOOL DIST.

OPEN ENROLLMENT TUITION

7,062.50

FAIRFIELD INN AND SUITES

TRAVEL

917.28

FARM SERVICE COOP

FUEL

7,606.20

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

3,815.19

FERRY, SHANNON

TRAVEL

169.65

FOREVER GREEN LAWNCARE

PURCHASED SERVICES

545.00

GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES

COPIER LEASES

1,585.00

GREEN HILLS AEA

REGISTRATION

150.00

HARLAN MUNICIPAL UTILITIES

UTILITIES

37,111.88

HARLAN NEWSPAPERS

SUPPLIES/LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

617.70

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

13,177.03

HARRIS SCHOOL SOLUTIONS

MERCHANT PROCESSING

25.40

IKM MANNING COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

OPEN ENROLLMENT TUITION

28,576.50

IOWA ASSN. OF SCHOOL BUSINESS OFFICIALS

REGISTRATION

375.00

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC ASSOCIATION

REGISTRATION

15.00

IOWA SCHOOL FINANCE INFORMATION SYSTEMS

BACKGROUND CHECKS

48.00

J.W. PEPPER & SON, INC.

MATERIALS

54.94

KNOD

ADVERTISING

537.50

KROGER & SONS HAULING, LLC

GARBAGE COLLECTION

2,962.65

LIFESCAPE - CHILDREN'S CARE

SPED BILLING

11,413.00

MADISON NATIONAL LIFE

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

2,913.27

MEINERS PLUMBING AND HEATING

PURCHASED SERVICES

5,596.23

MEYER, MALLORY

TRAVEL

39.00

MID AMERICAN ENERGY

UTILITIES

17.46

NAPA

SUPPLIES

251.42

NEBRASKA DYSLEXIA ASSOCIATION

REGISTRATION

225.00

NORTHWEST AEA

SUPPLIES

297.90

O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC.

PARTS

68.39

OMAHA TRUCK CENTER, INC.

PARTS

1,712.58

OUR OWN UPHOLSTERY

PURCHASED SERVICES

15.00

PETSCHE PLUMBING & HEATING INC

SUPPLIES/REPAIRS

205.66

PITTS FAMILY & SPORTS CHIROPRATIC

EMPLOYEE PHYSICALS

190.00

RAYNER & RINN-SCOTT

SUPPLIES

1,070.63

RIEMANN MUSIC, INC.

MATERIALS

36.60

ROGERS PEST CONTROL LLC

PEST CONTROL

196.00

SCHMITT MUSIC CENTERS

REPAIRS

30.50

SHELBY COUNTY AUDITOR

ELECTION EXPENSES

5,843.94

SHI INTERNATIONAL CORP

SUPPLIES

279.96

SIOUX CITY COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

TUITION

1,719.00

SONDERMAN CLEANING SERVICE

PURCHASED SERVICES

85.00

SORENSEN EQUIPMENT CO.

REPAIRS

382.89

SPARK AND BRAKE SHOP

REPAIRS

913.90

STABILT CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

SNOW REMOVAL

2,168.75

STUDER HARLAN DO IT BEST HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

105.55

TIMBERLINE BILLING SERVICES LLC

MEDICAID BILLING SERVICES

617.50

VERIZON WIRELESS

TELEPHONE SERVICE

690.96

VETTER EQUIPMENT CO.

PARTS

119.94

VISUAL EDGE INC. DBA COUNSEL OFFICE

COPIER LEASE

1,749.09

W.W. GRAINGER, INC.

SUPPLIES

1,462.44

WELLMARK BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

129,099.84

WEST MUSIC COMPANY

MATERIALS

2,049.34

     

STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

   

4 SEASONS FUND RAISING

FUNDRAISING SUPPLIES

26,508.90

AMERICAN BAND ACCESSORIES

SUPPLIES

28.06

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION

FUNDRAISING PAYMENT

1,265.60

ARKFELD, MARK

OFFICIATING

150.00

ATLANTIC BOTTLING CO.

SUPPLIES

602.91

BLUM, TIM

OFFICIATING

125.00

BOYSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL

ENTRY FEES

100.00

BRUCK, JAMES

OFFICIATING

235.00

BSN SPORTS

SUPPLIES

8.17

COATS, BILLY

OFFICIATING

125.00

COLLEEN'S DREAM

FUNDRAISING PAYMENT

5,053.98

CORE-MARK MIDCONTINENT, INC

SUPPLIES

798.41

CYCLONE LANES

PURCHASED SERVICES

400.00

DONER, DANIEL

OFFICIATING

125.00

DRIVER, JAMES

OFFICIATING

125.00

HARLAN COMMUNITY MUSIC BOOSTERS

FUNDRAISING PAYMENT

300.00

HARLAN NEWSPAPERS

SUPPLIES/LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

254.15

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

7,130.76

HARRIS SCHOOL SOLUTIONS

MERCHANT PROCESSING

29.84

HASH, JAMES

OFFICIATING

125.00

HONNOLD, PAUL

OFFICIATING

450.00

HYVEE FOOD STORE

SUPPLIES

2,887.00

IOWA F.F.A. ASSOCIATION

DUES AND REGISTRATION

2,819.50

IOWA HALL OF PRIDE FOUNDATION

ENTRY FEES

250.00

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSN.

REGISTRATION

937.15

K-MAC AWARDS

MATERIALS/SERVICES

121.40

KINTNER, LARRY

PURCHASED SERVICES

150.00

KNOD

ADVERTISING

35.00

KNUDSEN, LORIE

OFFICIATING

5.00

KRUSE, SEAN

OFFICIATING

125.00

KURTZ, THOMAS

TRAVEL

30.00

LUTZ, DAVID

OFFICIATING

125.00

MANZ, KYLE

OFFICIATING

90.00

MCCONE GOURMET FOODS

FUNDRAISING PRODUCTS

4,284.00

MCCREADY, BRIEN

OFFICIATING

90.00

NAHNSEN, JOHN

OFFICIATING

90.00

PARAGON

SUPPLIES

106.00

PARTY TIME FUNDRAISING

FUNDRAISING PRODUCTS

4,354.60

PELZER, CASEY

OFFICIATING

125.00

PFEIFER, JIM

OFFICIATING

210.00

PORTER, JOSH

OFFICIATING

210.00

POWELL, ROGER

OFFICIATING

125.00

PREFERRED FUNDRAISING

FUNDRAISING SUPPLIES

4,558.00

RASMUSSEN, JOSH

OFFICIATING

125.00

RILEY, DAVID

SUPPLIES

50.00

ROSMANN FAMILY FARMS

SUPPLIES

29.19

SCHABEN, BRYCE

OFFICIATING

275.00

SCHABEN, JOSHUA

OFFICIATING

75.00

SCHEVE, BRENT

OFFICIATING

75.00

SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR

BOOK FAIR

3,292.28

SCHUMACHER, BRENT

OFFICIATING

235.00

SHENANDOAH COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEES

80.00

STRUCK, SHAWN

OFFICIATING

125.00

TOP HAT PROMOTIONS

FUNDRAISING SUPPLIES

695.00

UPTOWN SPORTING GOODS

SUPPLIES

156.00

VANDE BERG, MARK

OFFICIATING

125.00

VARSITY SPIRIT FASHIONS

SUPPLIES

630.40

WALTERS, JOHN D.

OFFICIATING

210.00

WENSTRAND, NICOLE

OFFICIATING

125.00

WILLIAMS, AARON

OFFICIATING

125.00

WILLIAMS, JUSTIN

OFFICIATING

125.00

WRIGHT, CHARLES

OFFICIATING

125.00

ZANDER INK

SUPPLIES

5,850.00

     

PHYSICAL PLANT & EQUIPMENT

   

CONTROL SERVICES INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

5,544.02

GETZSCHMAN HEATING, LLC

PURCHASED SERVICES

2,383.00

RIEMANN MUSIC, INC.

REPAIRS

191.50

     

SCHOOL NUTRITION FUND

   

ATLANTIC BOTTLING CO.

SUPPLIES

94.82

BLADT, CURTIS

LUNCH REFUND

29.75

CENTRAL IOWA DISTRIBUTING INC.

SUPPLIES

83.90

EARTHGRAINS COMPANY

SUPPLIES

935.70

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

30.50

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

243.22

HARRIS SCHOOL SOLUTIONS

SOFTWARE RENEWAL

466.16

HILAND DAIRY

SUPPLIES

4,649.24

KECK FOODS

SUPPLIES

2,651.92

KLUVER, CHRISTINE

LUNCH REFUND

5.30

KRUEGER, RYAN

LUNCH REFUND

11.50

KRUSE REFRIGERATION & ELECTRIC

PURCHASED SERVICES

90.00

MARTIN BROS. DISTRIBUTING CO.

SUPPLIES

23,965.39

MORENZ, BECKY

LUNCH REFUND

1.70

RAPIDS

SUPPLIES

132.86

THORNE, MICHELLE

LUNCH REFUND

2.85

POLICY REVIEW/APPROVAL – SECOND AND FINAL READING:  Anderson moved, seconded by Hazelton to approve second and final reading of policies as presented. Policy 300 – Role of School District Administration; Policy 301.1 – Management; Policy 302.2 – Superintendent Contract and Contract Nonrenewal; Policy 302.3 – Superintendent Salary and Other Compensation; Policy 302.5E1 – Superintendent Evaluation Instrument; Policy 302.7 – Superintendent Civic Activities; Policy 302.8 – Superintendent Consulting/Outside Employment; Policy 303.4 – Administrator Salary and Other Compensation; Policy 303.8 – Administrator Civic Activities; Policy 303.9 – Administrator Consulting/Outside Employment; Policy 304.1 – Development and Enforcement of Administrative Regulations; Policy 304.2 – Monitoring of Administrative Regulations; Policy 305 – Administrator Code of Ethics; Policy 307 – Communication Channels; and Policy 711.8 – Transportation in Inclement Weather are new policies and are officially adopted. Policy 302.4 – Superintendent Duties; and Policy 303.3 – Administrator Contract and Contract Nonrenewal are current policies that the board reviewed again to finalize revisions at the next meeting. Policy 303.10 – Administrator Sick Leave; Policy 303.11 – Administrator Vacation; and Policy 303.12 – Administrator’s Early Retirement are current policies that the board will now be deleted. Motion carried 7-0.

UPCOMING EVENTS AND COMMUNITY UPDATES:  The board discussed the upcoming budget workshop on January 16, 2020 at 5:30 p.m.; the Harlan Education Foundation met on December 11, 2019; and the upcoming board workshop on February 17, 2020 following the regular meeting.

ADJOURNMENT:   Anderson moved, seconded by Piro to adjourn. Motion carried 7-0 and the meeting was adjourned at 6:06 p.m.

Next Meeting:  – January 6, 2020, 5:30 p.m. – Board Room

_________________________              _____________________________

Board President                                    Board Secretary                                      

 

 

 

 

 

 

mameyer@hcsdcy… Wed, 01/15/2020 - 13:45

Board Minutes - 2020.01.06

Board Minutes - 2020.01.06

 

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING

(For approval on 1-20-2020)

JANUARY 6, 2020

The Board met for a regular meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, January 6, 2020, in the Board Room at Harlan Community High School. President Amy Rueschenberg presided with Board members Jessica Anderson, Al Hazelton, Tarah Devlin-Lawler, Joni Larsen, Seth Piro, and Monte Schechinger present.

Administrators Present:                  Lynn Johnson, Scott Frohlich, Bill Mueller, and Jeff Moser     

Media:                                                Bob Bjoin and Brian Taylor

APPROVAL OF AGENDA:  Anderson moved, seconded by Hazelton, to approve the agenda.  Motion carried 7-0.

DISCUSSION ITEMS: The board discussed a cooperative 28E agreement for Statewide Voluntary Preschool with Shelby County Catholic Schools and Mr. Moser gave an administrator report.

ACTION ITEMS:

RESIGNATION OF PERSONNEL:  Hazelton moved, seconded by Piro to approve the resignation of Kayla Weis as HS Girls Tennis Coach. Motion carried 7-0.

EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONNEL:  Schechinger moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the employment of Broghan Kelly as HS Assistant Wrestling Coach; Katie Arentson as HS Girls Tennis Coach; Toshia Kasperbauer as Head Softball Coach; and Marie Sauvain as HS Special Education Associate. Motion carried 7-0.

CONSENT AGENDA:  Anderson moved, seconded by Piro to approve the non-personnel special education contracts with Tri-Center and AHSTW. Motion carried 7-0.