2020-21 BOARD MINUTES

2020-21 BOARD MINUTES Jen@iowaschool… Tue, 06/22/2021 - 13:47

Board Minutes - 2020.07.16 - Board Workshop

Board Minutes - 2020.07.16 - Board Workshop

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD WORKSHOP

(For approval on 7-23-2020)

JULY 16, 2020

The Board met for a board workshop on Thursday, July 16, 2020, in the Gym at the Harlan Community High School. Amy Rueschenberg presided with Board members, Jessica Anderson, Al Hazelton, Joni Larsen, Monte Schechinger, and Tara Devlin-Lawler were present. Seth Piro was present via phone.         

President Rueschenberg began the workshop at 5:32 p.m. No action was taken and board discussion only occurred. The discussion included an overview presentation to the board by Superintendent Johnson on the draft Return to Learn Plan. The board received comments from 10 patrons during the workshop. The workshop ended at 8:06 p.m.

Next Meeting:  Thursday, July 23, 2020, 5:30 p.m. – Media Center – High School

 

_________________________              ______________________________

Board President                                    Board Secretary     

kklaassen@hcsd… Tue, 07/21/2020 - 16:10

Board Minutes - 2020.07.23

Board Minutes - 2020.07.23

 

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING

(For approval on 8-24-2020)

JULY 23, 2020

The Board met for a regular meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 23, 2020, for a regular meeting held in the Auditorium at Harlan Community High School. President Amy Rueschenberg presided with Board members Jessica Anderson, Al Hazelton, Joni Larsen, Seth Piro, Monte Schechinger, and Tarah Devlin-Lawler.

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

Media:                                        Bob Bjoin and Amy Barrett

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

DISCUSSION ITEMS: The board discussed the District 6 Board vacancy and extending the application date and Superintendent Johnson gave a staffing update.

ACTION ITEMS:

RESIGNATION OF PERSONNEL:  Devlin-Lawler moved, seconded by Schechinger to approve the resignation of Marie Sauvain as HS Special Education Associate. Motion carried 7-0.

APPROVAL OF TLC CONTRACTS:  Hazelton moved, seconded by Devlin-Lawler to approve the TLC contracts for Instruction Coach: Paula Kjergaard and Tanya Bruck; Behavior Coach: Dawn Vanden Berg; and Building Instructional Leaders: Shelly Christensen, Kelsey Schechinger, Kay Goshorn, Kate Applegate, Carrie Kiesel, Lynelle Bjoin, Gina Schmitz, Ann Heithoff, Paula Kjergaard, Julie Monson, Amy Kaster, Angie Spangenberg, Sandy Meyer, Joan Musich, Deb Brix, Becki Milliken, Linda Peterson, Jared Boysen, Tanya Bruck, Carmen Nelson, Andrew Sandquist, Jacie White, Holly Borkowski, Justine McCall.  Motion carried 7-0.

APPROVAL OF RETURN TO LEARN PLAN:  Anderson moved, seconded by Schechinger to approve the Return to Learn Plan as presented. Motion carried 7-0.

APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA:  Devlin-Lawler moved, seconded by Larsen 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 and Equipment Fund Warrants. The approved warrants are as follows:
 

OPERATING FUND

   

AHLERS & COONEY, P.C.

LEGAL SERVICES

809.50

ALL AMERICAN SPORTS CORP.

SUPPLIES

5,759.80

AMAZON SYNCHRONY BANK

NON-PUBLIC COVID RELIEF SUPPLIES

1,669.43

APPLIED EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS

SOFTWARE LICENSE

799.00

BAXTER LUMBER AND HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

109.04

BOMGAARS

SUPPLIES

300.92

BONINE GARAGE DOORS

REPAIRS

5,975.00

BOYER VALLEY COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

SPED BILLING

8,305.20

CAMBIUM LEARNING

SUPPLIES

231.88

CAMBLIN PLUMBING & HEATING, INC.

REPAIRS

1,385.39

CCP INDUSTRIES

COVID SUPPLIES

636.56

CDW GOVERNMENT INC.

NON-PUBLIC COVID RELIEF SUPPLIES

3,838.78

CENGAGE LEARNING

SOFTWARE LICENSE

440.00

CINTAS

LAUNDRY

91.60

COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAM BOARD

TEST MATERIALS

295.00

CONTROL SERVICES INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

182.20

COUNCIL BLUFFS COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

SPED BILLING

1.74

CULLIGAN

SUPPLIES

1,130.00

DIAMOND VOGEL

PAINT

143.16

DRIVE SAFELY LLC

PURCHASED SERVICES

15,980.00

EASTERN NEBRASKA HUMAN SERVICES

SPED BILLING

2,752.00

ED M. FELD EQUIPMENT CO.

PURCHASED SERVICES

178.50

EMPIRICAL RESOLUTION, INC.

SUPPLIES

80.00

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

3,792.71

FLINN SCIENTIFIC INC.

MATERIALS

527.89

GABRIEL FIRST CORP.

SUPPLIES

3,502.83

GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES

COPIER LEASES

1,585.00

GREEN HILLS AEA

PURCHASED LIBRARIAN SERVICES

3,770.33

HARLAN MUNICIPAL UTILITIES

UTILITIES

27,053.72

HARLAN NEWSPAPERS

SUPPLIES/LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

403.58

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

4,331.25

HEARTLAND CARPET CLEANING

PURCHASED SERVICES

5,387.40

IKM MANNING COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

SPED BILLING

14,446.07

IOWA ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL BOARDS

MEMBERSHIP

5,781.00

IOWA SCHOOL FINANCE INFORMATION SYSTEMS

MEMBERSHIP

2,747.65

IOWA WESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

CON-CURRENT ENROLLMENT CLASSES

104,356.50

JMC COMPUTER SERVICE INC.

SUPPLIES

183.85

K-LOG, INC.

EQUIPMENT

931.63

KLAASSEN, KELLI

REIMBURSEMENT FOR COVID SUPPLIES

30.39

KROGER & SONS HAULING, LLC

GARBAGE COLLECTION

500.00

KRUSE REFRIGERATION & ELECTRIC

PURCHASED SERVICES

136.00

LIFESCAPE - CHILDREN'S CARE

SPED BILLING

17,376.00

MADISON NATIONAL LIFE

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

2,902.66

MARCHING WAREHOUSE

PURCHASED SERVICES

1,330.00

MCGRAW-HILL

MATERIALS/TEXTBOOKS

85.02

MEINERS PLUMBING AND HEATING

PURCHASED SERVICES

3,293.07

MEYER, MALLORY

REIMB. PREPAID WELLNESS CENTER FEES

56.40

MID AMERICAN ENERGY

UTILITIES

10.00

MURPHY SIGNS

PURCHASED SERVICES

554.00

NELSON FARM SUPPLY

SUPPLIES

88.30

NEW BOHEMIAN INNOVATION

REGISTRATION

2,000.00

NEWCOMB, MATTHEW

PHONE REIMBURSEMENT

120.00

O'KEEFE ELEVATOR COMPANY, INC.

ELEVATOR INSPECTION

466.88

OMAHA TRUCK CENTER, INC.

PARTS

170.81

PAPER CORPORATION

SUPPLIES

1,312.48

PERFECTION LEARNING CORP.

MATERIALS

509.98

PITSCO, INC.

MATERIALS

695.00

PITTS FAMILY & SPORTS CHIROPRATIC

EMPLOYEE PHYSICALS

665.00

PREMIER FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT LLC

EQUIPMENT

6,600.00

QUILL CORPORATION

SUPPLIES

394.53

ROGERS PEST CONTROL LLC

PEST CONTROL

196.00

SAVVAS

MATERIALS

3,175.78

SCHOLASTIC INC.

MATERIALS

631.84

SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATION

COVID SUPPLIES

2,432.46

SCHOOL SPECIALTY, INC.

SUPPLIES

3,565.35

SHELBY COUNTY SOLID WASTE AGENCY

GARBAGE

26.50

SPORTSGRAPHICS, INC.

SUPPLIES

2,350.00

STAPLES

SUPPLIES

1,137.64

STORM LAKE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

SPED BILLING

40,393.36

STUDER HARLAN DO IT BEST HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

618.26

SWANK MOVIE LICENSING

LICENSE FEES

1,904.00

TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES CORP.

FLEX ENROLLMENT FEE

811.05

TRICENTER COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

SPED BILLING

16,515.98

U.S. CELLULAR

PURCHASED SERVICES

1,157.50

ULTIMATE DRILL BOOK

PURCHASED SERVICES

950.00

US PLASTIC CORP.

COVID SUPPLIES

295.99

VERIZON WIRELESS

TELEPHONE SERVICE

613.04

VISUAL EDGE INC. DBA COUNSEL OFFICE

COPIER LEASES

354.46

W.W. GRAINGER, INC.

SUPPLIES AND COVID SUPPLIES

6,661.35

WELLMARK BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

126,558.73

WIESER EDUCATIONAL, INC.

MATERIALS

325.42

WOODBINE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

OPEN ENROLLMENT 2ND SEMESTER

3,531.25

     

STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

   

ALL AMERICAN SPORTS CORP.

SAFETY EQUIPMENT

8,229.07

BACUS, JOHN

OFFICIATING

140.00

BRUCK, JAMES

OFFICIATING

90.00

BSN SPORTS

SUPPLIES

570.36

BUSCH, SCOTT

OFFICIATING

140.00

CONRAD, DARRELL

OFFICIATING

120.00

FLORAL ELEGANCE AND UNIQUE GIFTS

SUPPLIES

135.00

FORT DODGE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEE

75.00

FREED, WAYNE

OFFICIATING

120.00

FREKING, ROMAN

OFFICIATING

140.00

GLS & ASSOC.

OFFICIATING

120.00

GRADOVILLE, RON

OFFICIATING

140.00

HANDY, JAMES

OFFICIATING

140.00

HARLAN NEWSPAPERS

SUPPLIES/LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

69.00

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

528.41

HAWKINSON, BOB

OFFICIATING

120.00

HAYNES, AUSTAN

OFFICIATING

140.00

HOOGESTRAAT, J.D.

OFFICIATING

240.00

IOWA ASSOCIATION OF TRACK COACHES

REGISTRATION

50.00

IOWA GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC UNION

SUPPLIES

162.00

JONES, RON

OFFICIATING

120.00

KENKEL, DONNIE

OFFICIATING

140.00

LANGUAGE TESTING INTERNATIONAL

TESTING FEES

5.00

McDERMOTT, MIKE

OFFICIATING

140.00

MCLAUGHLIN, WILL

OFFICIATING

90.00

NAHNSEN, JOHN

OFFICIATING

240.00

NICKLAUS, TROY

OFFICIATING

120.00

OSBORN, ZACH

OFFICIATING

280.00

PETERSEN, TRACE

OFFICIATING

85.00

ROMINE, RON

OFFICIATING

240.00

SANOW, BRETT

OFFICIATING

140.00

SCHMIDT, DON

OFFICIATING

120.00

SHANTZ, STEVE

OFFICIATING

225.00

TAYLOR, DUSTIN

OFFICIATING

140.00

VEJVODA, JOHN

OFFICIATING

120.00

WOHLERS, KEITH

OFFICIATING

140.00

     

MANAGEMENT FUND                        

   

THE AGENCY

INSURANCE

266,906.50

EMC INSURANCE CASUALTY COMPANY

WORKERS COMPENSATION DEDUCTIBLE

424.36

TRAVIS, LEANNE

RETIREE INSURANCE BENEFIT

3,000.00

TUCKER, BRENT

RETIREE INSURANCE BENEFIT

2,500.00

ZACCONE, KIM

RETIREE INSURANCE BENEFIT

2,500.00

     

CAPITAL FUNDS PROJECT

   

EDUSPIRE SOLUTIONS, LLC

SOFTWARE RENEWAL

3,000.00

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

272.84

ITSAVVY LLC

SOFTWARE RENEWAL

8,000.00

JAMF

SOFTWARE RENEWAL

1,325.50

THINKSPACE IT

COMPUTERS

27,541.80

     

PHYSICAL PLANT & EQUIPMENT

   

COMBUSTION CONTROL CO.

REPAIRS

1,987.30

CONTROL SERVICES INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

3,979.40

FRONTLINE TECHNOLOGIES GROUP, LLC

SOFTWARE RENEWAL

9,554.22

INTERFACE AMERICAS, INC

CARPET

254.71

KS STATEBANK

COMPUTER LEASE

52,369.00

MEINERS PLUMBING AND HEATING

PURCHASED SERVICES

10,135.00

RIEMANN MUSIC, INC.

REPAIRS

194.00

RIVERSIDE TECHNOLOGIES, INC.

SUPPLIES

9,153.00

STEVE WEISS MUSIC

REPAIRS

246.85

     

DEBT SERVICE FUND

   

UMB BANK, NA

LOAN PROCESSING FEES

300.00

     

SCHOOL NUTRITION FUND

   

COUNTRY VIEW DAIRY

SUPPLIES

84.00

EARTHGRAINS COMPANY

SUPPLIES

116.76

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

30.64

HARLAN NEWSPAPERS

SUPPLIES/LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

55.50

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

4.47

HARRIS SCHOOL SOLUTIONS

MERCHANT PROCESSING

14.30

HILAND DAIRY

SUPPLIES

182.92

JORGE'S ORGANICS, FIOG

SUPPLIES

105.00

LARSEN SUPPLY COMPANY

SUPPLIES

379.65

MARTIN BROS. DISTRIBUTING CO.

SUPPLIES

12,410.67

MEINERS PLUMBING AND HEATING

PURCHASED SERVICES

1,410.23

POLICY REVIEW/APPROVAL – SECOND/FINAL READING:  Devlin-Lawler moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the second and final reading of policies as presented. Policy 602.4 – Pilot – Experimental – Innovative Projects: Policy 603.1 – Basic Instruction Program; Policy 603.2 – Summer School Instruction; Policy 603.5E1 – Human Growth and Development Student Excuse Form; Policy 603.8 – Teaching About Religion; Policy 603.8R1 – Teaching about Religion Regulation – Religious Holidays; Policy 603.9 – Academic Freedom; Policy 603.9R1 – Teaching Controversial Issues; Policy 604.2 – Individualized Instruction; Policy 604.8 – Foreign Students; Policy 604.9 – Home School Assistance Program; Policy 606.1 – Class Size – Class Grouping; Policy 606.2 – School Ceremonies and Observances; Policy 606.3 – Animals in the Classroom; Policy 606.4 – Student Production of Materials and Services; Policy 606.5 – Student Field Trips and Excursions; Policy 607.1 – Student Guidance and Counseling Program; and Policy 607.2R1 – Student Health Services Regulation are new policies that are officially adopted. Policy 501.14 – Open Enrollment Transfers – Procedures as a Sending District; Policy 603.6 – Physical Education; Policy 604.1 – Private Instruction; Policy 604.4 – Program for At-Risk Students; Policy 604.7 – Dual Enrollment; Policy 605.6 – Internet – Appropriate Use; Policy 605.6E1 – Internet Access Permission Letter to Parents; Policy 605.6R1 – Computer/Network/Internet Use Regulation are current policies that the board adopted the final revisions.

FIRST READING

Policy 409.2E1 – Emergency Paid Sick Leave Request Form; Policy 409.2E2 – Expanded Family and Medical Leave Request Form; Policy 501.9 – Student Absences – Excused; Policy 501.9E1 – Request for Remote Learning Request Form; Policy 601.2 – School Day; Policy 604.11 – Appropriate Use of Online Learning Platforms; Policy 907 – District Operation During Public Emergencies; Policy 907.R1 – District Operation During a Public Health Emergency Regulation are all new policies that will be officially adopted after the second and final reading at the next meeting. Motion carried 7-0.

ADJOURNMENT:  Larsen moved, seconded by Piro to adjourn.  Motion carried 7-0 and the meeting was adjourned at 8:46 p.m.

Next Meeting:  – August 10, 2020, 5:30 p.m.
 

 

 

_________________________              _____________________________

Board President                                    Board Secretary                                      

 

 

 

 

kklaassen@hcsd… Wed, 09/16/2020 - 16:33

Board Minutes - 2020.08.10

Board Minutes - 2020.08.10

 

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING

(For approval on 8-24-2020)

AUGUST 10, 2020

The Board met for a regular meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, August 10, 2020, in the Media Center at Harlan Community High School.  President Amy Rueschenberg presided with Board members Jessica Anderson, Al Hazelton,  Joni Larsen, and Monte Schechinger present. Seth Piro entered the meeting after it began.

Administrators Present:               Lynn Johnson, Scott Frohlich, Davis Pattee, Bill Mueller, Jeff Moser, and Ann Heithoff         

Media:                                        Alan Mores and Brian Taylor

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

DISCUSSION ITEMS: The board discussed the district’s Return to Learn plan and beginning the school year in a Hybrid model for the MS/HS students for the first two weeks of school. Mrs. Johnson shared a personnel update with the board.

Piro entered at 5:44 p.m.

ACTION ITEMS:

RESIGNATION OF PERSONNEL:  Anderson moved, seconded by Schechinger to approve the resignation of Jennifer Wright as HS Special Education Associate; Julie Armentrout as MS Special Education Associate; and Jane Klein as Elementary School Nurse. Motion carried 6-0.

EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONNEL:  Hazelton moved, seconded by Piro to approve the employment of Rose Smith as Elementary Food Service. Motion carried 6-0.

APPROVAL OF SUBSTITUTE TEACHER RATE:  Piro moved, seconded by Anderson to approve the recommendation to increase the daily substitute teacher rate to $135/day. Motion carried 6-0.

APPOINTMENT OF DISTRICT 6 BOARD MEMBER:  Larsen moved, seconded by Schechinger to approve the appointment of Joe Herzberg as the District 6 Board Member to fill the vacancy created with Devlin-Lawler’s resignation. Motion carried 6-0.

APPROVAL OF HANDBOOKS:  Hazelton moved, seconded by Schechinger to approve the 2020-21 handbooks as presented. Motion carried 6-0.

APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA:  Anderson moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the non-personnel contract with Rising Hope Academy Therapeutic Classroom – IKM-Manning School District (in partnership with Green Hills AEA) and the AHSTW and Harlan Community School District. Motion carried 6-0.

UPCOMING EVENTS AND COMMUNITY UPDATES:  The board discussed the upcoming building parent meetings held over zoom on August 11th (Elementary), August 12th (Middle School), and August 13th (High School). The Zoom links are posted on the district website.

ADJOURNMENT:   Anderson moved, seconded by Schechinger to adjourn. Motion carried 6-0 and the meeting was adjourned at 6:35 p.m.

Next Meeting:  – August 24, 2020, 2020, 5:30 p.m. – Media Center – High School

_________________________              _____________________________

Board President                                    Board Secretary                                      

 

 

 

 

 

kklaassen@hcsd… Thu, 08/13/2020 - 09:31

Board Minutes - 2020.08.24

Board Minutes - 2020.08.24

 

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING

(For approval on 9-28-2020)

AUGUST 24, 2020

The Board met for a regular meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, August 24, 2020, for a regular meeting held in the Media Center at Harlan Community High School. President Amy Rueschenberg presided with Board members Jessica Anderson, Al Hazelton, and Joe Herzberg. Joni Larsen was present via telephone. Seth Piro entered after the meeting began. Monte Schechinger was absent.

Administrators Present:               Lynn Johnson, Scott Frohlich, and Davis Pattee

Media:                                        Bob Bjoin and Brian Taylor

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

DISCUSSION ITEMS: The board discussed the HCSD activities spectator guidelines and set a board workshop following the regular meeting on September 28th.

Piro entered at 6:04 p.m.

ACTION ITEMS:

RESIGNATION OF PERSONNEL:  Anderson moved, seconded by Piro to approve the resignations of Carol Bastress as HS Special Education Associate; Kelly Hopp as MS Special Education Associate; Whitney Hillgartner as MS Special Education Associate; Bree Bowers as Elementary Special Education Associate; and Sarah Hillgartner as MS Special Education Associate. Motion carried 6-0.

EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONNEL:  Hazelton moved, seconded by Herzberg to approve the employment of Dave Riley as Bus Driver; Nancy Greer as Elementary Food Service; Melissa Golden as PT Night Custodian; Amanda Stamp as Elementary Nurse; Ashley Cibic as HS Special Education Associate; Tawnya Nee as HS Special Education Associate; Janet Nelson as HS Special Education Associate; Gloryana Erlemeier as HS Special Education Associate; Niccole Rihner as MS Special Education Associate; and Konnie Schechinger as Temporary Virtual Program Teacher Coordinator with an Amended School Based Interventionist Contract.  Motion carried 6-0.

APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA:  Anderson moved, seconded by Hazelton 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. The approved warrants are as follows:
 

OPERATING FUND

   

AHLERS & COONEY, P.C.

LEGAL SERVICES

1,168.00

ALPINE NET CORPORATION

COVID SUPPLIES

6,873.75

BAXTER LUMBER AND HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

642.96

BOMGAARS

SUPPLIES

542.38

CARQUEST

PARTS

905.91

CINTAS

LAUNDRY

91.60

CJ STORK PROPERTIES, LLC

FACILITY RENTAL

750.00

CUMMINS SALES AND SERVICE

REPAIRS

1,282.39

CYCLONE CUSTOM PRINTS

COVID SUPPLIES

355.00

DELTA DENTAL

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

15,032.67

ED M. FELD EQUIPMENT CO.

PURCHASED SERVICES

2,387.67

FARM SERVICE COOP

SUPPLIES

42.00

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

3,792.71

FIRST LIGHT SAFETY PRODUCTS

COVID SUPPLIES

660.00

FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS, INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

2,288.01

GRAPHIC EDGE

COVID SUPPLIES

6,125.00

GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES

COPIER LEASES

1,585.00

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOLS NUTRITION FUND

SUPPLIES

558.00

HARLAN MUNICIPAL UTILITIES

UTILITIES

34,650.01

HARLAN NEWSPAPERS

SUPPLIES/LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

362.56

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

18,652.84

HINELINE HOME FURNISHINGS

SUPPLIES

32.10

INTRADO INTERACTIVE SERVICES CORP.

SOFTWARE RENEWAL

6,351.80

IOWA SCHOOL FINANCE INFORMATION SYSTEMS

BACKGROUND CHECKS

88.50

KROGER & SONS HAULING, LLC

GARBAGE COLLECTION

700.00

LIFESCAPE - CHILDREN'S CARE

SPED BILLING

11,092.00

MADISON NATIONAL LIFE

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

2,646.21

MARTIN BROS. DISTRIBUTING CO.

SUPPLIES

200.00

MCCORMIK'S GROUP LLC

MATERIALS

672.09

MEINERS PLUMBING AND HEATING

PURCHASED SERVICES

623.22

MID AMERICAN ENERGY

UTILITIES

10.22

O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC.

PARTS

129.72

OMAHA TRUCK CENTER, INC.

PARTS

3,341.74

OUR OWN UPHOLSTERY

PURCHASED SERVICES

125.00

ROGERS PEST CONTROL LLC

PEST CONTROL

196.00

SCHOOL BUS SALES

PARTS

246.67

SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATION

SUPPLIES

56.76

SHELBY COUNTY SOLID WASTE AGENCY

GARBAGE

10.00

SHIFFLER EQUIPMENT SALES, INC

SUPPLIES

210.97

SORENSEN EQUIPMENT CO.

REPAIRS

2,485.70

STUDER HARLAN DO IT BEST HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

930.97

TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES CORP.

FLEX ENROLLMENT FEE

108.36

U.S. CELLULAR

PURCHASED SERVICES

422.20

VERIZON WIRELESS

TELEPHONE SERVICE

614.50

VISUAL EDGE INC. DBA COUNSEL OFFICE

COPIER LEASES

443.09

VITA PERSONA

COVID SUPPLIES

2,082.98

W.W. GRAINGER, INC.

SUPPLIES AND COVID SUPPLIES

3,295.34

WELLMARK BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

130,430.89

     

STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

   

ALL AMERICAN SPORTS CORP.

SUPPLIES

875.41

BONSALL TV & APPLIANCE, INC.

EQUIPMENT

4,829.80

     
     
     
     
     

CITY OF HARLAN

FACILITY LEASE

4,000.00

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

1,425.59

HUDL

SOFTWARE RENEWAL

1,000.00

IOWA GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC UNION

TICKET SALES

1,237.00

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

TICKET SALES

3,751.00

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL SPEECH ASSOCIATION

REGISTRATION

58.00

JOSTENS INC.

SUPPLIES

1,046.06

LANGUAGE TESTING INTERNATIONAL

REGISTRATION

39.00

LOU'S SPORTING GOODS

SUPPLIES

80.85

PIZZA RANCH

SUPPLIES

5,723.80

SHELBY COUNTY SOLID WASTE AGENCY

GARBAGE

8.00

SIDELINE POWER LLC

PURCHASED SERVICES

2,590.00

UPTOWN SPORTING GOODS

SUPPLIES

2,811.83

     

CAPITAL FUNDS PROJECT

   

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

3,865.04

     

PHYSICAL PLANT & EQUIPMENT

   

BURGER CONSTRUCTION

PURCHASED SERVICES

1,600.00

CONTROL SERVICES INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

1,786.70

GETZSCHMAN HEATING, LLC

PURCHASED SERVICES

4,163.00

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

877.60

INTERFACE AMERICAS, INC.

CARPET

2,562.48

MEINERS PLUMBING AND HEATING

PURCHASED SERVICES

6,255.98

RIEMANN MUSIC, INC.

REPAIRS

226.38

RIVERSIDE TECHNOLOGIES, INC.

REPAIRS

530.00

     

SCHOOL NUTRITION FUND

   

EARTHGRAINS COMPANY

SUPPLIES

328.30

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

30.64

GRUBER, ALISHA

LUNCH REFUND

114.80

HARRIS SCHOOL SOLUTIONS

MERCHANT PROCESSING

47.30

HILAND DAIRY

SUPPLIES

728.71

KASSINGER, JAMIE

LUNCH REFUND

14.65

MARTIN BROS. DISTRIBUTING CO.

SUPPLIES

8,946.04

RAPIDS

SUPPLIES

86.24

ADJOURNMENT:  Piro moved, seconded by Herzberg to adjourn.  Motion carried 6-0 and the meeting was adjourned at 6:45 p.m.

Next Meeting:  – September 14, 2020, 5:30 p.m.
 

 

_________________________              _____________________________

Board President                                    Board Secretary                                      

 

 

 

 

kklaassen@hcsd… Fri, 08/28/2020 - 08:15

Board Minutes - 2020.09.14

Board Minutes - 2020.09.14

 

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING

(For approval on 9-28-2020)

SEPTEMBER 14, 2020

The Board met for a regular meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, September 14, 2020, in the Media Center at Harlan Community High School.  President Amy Rueschenberg presided with Board members Jessica Anderson, Al Hazelton, Joni Larsen, Seth Piro, Joe Herzberg, and Monte Schechinger present.

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

Media:                                        Bob Bjoin and Amy Barrett

PUBLIC FORUM:  The following four individuals addressed the board during the public forum: EJ Leinen, Jim Bieker, Tony Carter, and Nick Bieker

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

DISCUSSION ITEMS:  Mrs. Johnson shared a superintendent report with the board and the board discussed spectator guidelines for school activities during the pandemic. The board discussed IA-SB resolutions.

ACTION ITEMS:

RESIGNATION OF PERSONNEL:  Anderson moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the resignation of Deb Gardner as Elementary School Special Education Associate and Emilee Burmeister as Middle School Special Education Associate. Motion carried 7-0.

EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONNEL:  This item was tabled.

CONSENT AGENDA:  Herzberg moved, seconded by Hazelton to approve the consent agenda that included a non-personnel contract with Alpha School and personnel amended contracts for William Baughman, Charissa Henry, Brian James, Lisa Leinen, and Joan Musich. Motion carried 7-0.

POLICY REVIEW/APPROVAL – FIRST READING/FINAL REVIEW:  Anderson moved, seconded by Hazelton to approve the first reading and final review of policies as presented. Policy 700 – Purpose of Noninstructional and Business Services; Policy 701.1 – Depository of Funds; Policy 701.2 – Transfer of Funds; Policy 701.3 – Financial Records; Policy 702 – Cash in School Buildings; Policy 703.1 – Budget Planning; Policy 703.2 – Spending Plan; Policy 704.1 – Local – State – Federal – Miscellaneous Revenue; Policy 704.2 – Debt Management; Policy 704.4 – Grants – Grants – Bequests; Policy 705.1R1 – Suspension and Debarment of Vendors and Contractors Procedure; Policy 705.2 – Purchasing on Behalf of Employees; Policy 705.3 – Payment for Goods and Services; Policy 706.1 – Payroll Periods; Policy 706.2 – Payroll Deductions; Policy 707.1 – Secretary’s Reports; Policy 707.2 – Treasurer’s Annual Report; Policy 707.3 – Publication of Financial Reports; Policy 707.2R1 – Internal Controls Procedure; Policy 709 – Insurance Program; Policy 710.2 – Free or Reduced Cost Meals Eligibility; Policy 710.3 – Vending Machines; Policy 711.2 – Student Conduct on School Transportation; Policy 711.2R1 – Student Conduct on School Transportation Regulation; Policy 711.2R2 – Use of Video Cameras on School Buses Regulation; Policy 711.3 – Student Transportation for Extracurricular Activities; Policy 711.4 – Summer School Program Transportation Service; Policy 711.3 – Transportation of Nonschool Groups; Policy 711.10 – School Bus Passenger Restraints; Policy 712 – Technology and Data Security – Policy 712.R1 – Security Requirements of Third-Party Vendors Regulation are new policies and will be officially adopted at the second and final reading at the next meeting.  Policy 704.2F1 – Post-Issuance Compliance Regulation for Tax-Exempt and Obligations; Policy 704.3 – Investments; Policy 704.5 – Student Activities Fund; Policy 705.1 – Purchasing-Bidding; Policy 707.5 – Internal Controls; Policy 711.1 – Student School Transportation Eligibility; Policy 711.5 – Transportation of Nonresident and Nonpublic School Students are current policies that the board will be reviewing again to finalize revisions at the next meeting. Policy 701.4 – Governmental Accounting Practices and Regulations; Policy 704.6 – Online Fundraising Campaigns/Crowdfunding; Policy 706.3 – Pay Deductions; Policy 706.3R1 – Pay Deductions Regulation; Policy 707.4 – Audit; Policy 707.6 – Audit Committee; Policy 708 – Care, Maintenance and Disposal of School District Records; Policy 710.1 – School Food Program; Policy 710.4 – Meal Charges; Policy 711.7 – School Bus Safety Instruction; Policy 711.8 – Transportation in Inclement Weather were reviewed by the board with no changes.  Motion carried 7-0.

UPCOMING EVENTS AND COMMUNITY UPDATES:  The board discussed the upcoming board workshop that will be held following the regular meeting on Monday, September 28, 2020.

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

Next Meeting:  – September 28, 2020, 2020, 5:30 p.m. – Media Center – High School

 

_________________________              _____________________________

Board President                                    Board Secretary                                      

 

 

 

 

 

kklaassen@hcsd… Wed, 09/16/2020 - 13:45

Board Minutes - 2020.09.28 - Reg. Mtg and Workshop

Board Minutes - 2020.09.28 - Reg. Mtg and Workshop

 

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING

(For approval on 10-26-2020)

SEPTEMBER 28, 2020

The Board met at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, September 28, 2020, for a regular meeting held in the Auditorium at Harlan Community High School. President Amy Rueschenberg presided with Board members Jessica Anderson, Joni Larsen, Seth Piro and Joe Herzberg. Monte Schechinger and Al Hazelton were absent.

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

Media:                                        Bob Bjoin and Brian Taylor

PUBLIC FORUM:  Nick Bieker, Tony Carter, Sharon Bieker, and Jim Bieker addressed the board during the public forum.

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

DISCUSSION ITEMS: The board discussed a follow-up from the Shelby County Board of Health and the HCSD Board of Education joint workshop on September 24, 2020.

ACTION ITEMS:

RESIGNATION OF PERSONNEL:  Piro moved, seconded by Anderson to approve the resignation of Liana Hendricks as Elementary Food Service.  Motion carried 5-0.

EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONNEL:  Piro moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the employment of Hope Miller as Elementary School Special Education Associate and James Fleshman as Elementary School Special Education Associate.  Motion carried 5-0.

APPROVAL OF REQUEST FOR ALLOWABLE GROWTH AND SUPPLEMENTAL AID FOR NEGATIVE SPECIAL EDUCATION BALANCE OF $405,453.86:  Herzberg moved, seconded by Piro to approve the request for allowable growth and supplemental aid for negative special education balance of $405,453.86.  Motion carried 5-0.

APPROVAL OF REQUEST FOR ALLOWABLE GROWTH FOR LEP ALLOWABLE COSTS OF $31,201.90:  This item was table.

CONSIDERATION OF OPEN ENROLLENT REQUEST:  Larsen moved, seconded by Herzberg to approve the open enrollment request.  Motion carried 5-0.

APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA:  Anderson moved, seconded by Hazelton 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, Physical Plant and Equipment Fund Warrants, Financial Reports, and a Non-personnel contract for special education with AHSTW. Motion carried 5-0. The approved warrants are as follows:
 

OPERATING FUND

   

AHLERS & COONEY, P.C.

LEGAL SERVICES

1,564.50

ALPINE NET CORPORATION

COVID SUPPLIES

5,400.00

AMAZON SYNCHRONY BANK

SCCS ESSER FUND EXPENDITURES

75.98

AMERICAN RECYCLING

PURCHASED SERVICES

64.00

BAXTER LUMBER AND HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

30.85

BOMGAARS

SUPPLIES

323.55

CARQUEST

PARTS

544.71

CARROLL CONTROL SYSTEMS INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

200.00

CENTER FOR THE COLLABORATIVE CLASSROOM

SUPPLIES

3,380.40

CENTRAL IOWA DISTRIBUTING INC.

SUPPLIES

3,342.00

CINTAS

LAUNDRY

137.40

CJ STORK PROPERTIES, LLC

COVID FACILITY RENTAL & SERVICES

1,550.00

COUNCIL BLUFFS COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

SPED BILLING

2,189.73

COURTSIDE MARKETING

COVID SUPPLIES

235.40

CUMMINS SALES AND SERVICE

REPAIRS

4,064.35

CYCLONE CUSTOM PRINTS

COVID SUPPLIES

80.00

DELTA DENTAL

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

19,498.58

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

403B PLAN FEES

550.00

DEVLIN-LAWLER, TARAH

REGISTRATION FEE REFUND

80.00

DINESEN, MELISSA

PURCHASED SERVICES

150.00

DRUMMOND PRESS, INC.

COVID PROTECTIVE SUPPLIES

8,105.60

EASTERN NEBRASKA HUMAN SERVICES

SPED BILLING

6,252.00

EDGENUITY

COVID SOFTWARE

10,000.00

EDMENTUM

COVID SOFTWARE

8,970.00

ELECTRONIC CONTRACTING COMPANY

PURCHASED SERVICES

445.00

FARM SERVICE COOP

FUEL

3,729.85

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

3,792.71

FIRST LIGHT SAFETY PRODUCTS

COVID SUPPLIES

440.00

GAUL, NEAL

BUS ELECTRICITY

75.00

GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES

COPIER LEASES

1,585.00

HARLAN MUNICIPAL UTILITIES

UTILITIES

35,536.81

HARLAN NEWSPAPERS

SUPPLIES/LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

1,720.96

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

10,741.76

HAUFF SPORTING GOODS

SUPPLIES

625.00

ILLUMINATE EDUCATION, INC.

SOFTWARE

3,048.00

IOWA COLLEGE ACCESS NETWORK

REGISTRATION FEES

250.00

IOWA DIVISION LABOR - ELEVATOR DIVISION

INSPECTION

300.00

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC ASSOCIATION

REGISTRATION

125.00

IOWA SCHOOL FINANCE INFORMATION SYSTEMS

BACKGROUND CHECKS

316.50

IOWA WESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

BUS CLASSES

900.00

ITSAVVY LLC

EQUIPMENT

6,980.00

JOHNSON CONTROLS

PURCHASED SERVICES

465.00

KEAST AUTO CENTER

REPAIRS

1,177.47

KENDALL/HUNT PUBLISHING COMPANY

SUPPLIES

3,594.00

KLEIN FENCE COMPANY

PURCHASED SERVICES

553.00

KLOEWER PLUMBING AND HEATING

PURCHASED SERVICES

137.52

KNOD

ADVERTISING

157.50

KROGER & SONS HAULING, LLC

GARBAGE COLLECTION

1,540.00

LAMINATION DEPOT, INC

SUPPLIES

162.52

MADISON NATIONAL LIFE

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

5,416.54

MADSON, PAULETTE

COVID SUPPLIES

148.62

MEINERS PLUMBING AND HEATING

PURCHASED SERVICES

6,995.64

     
     
     
     
     

MEINERS, JONATHAN

REGISTRATION FEE REFUND

40.00

MID AMERICAN ENERGY

UTILITIES

10.00

MIDWEST AUTOMATIC FIRE SPRINKLER CO

PURCHASED SERVICES

810.00

NAPA

SUPPLIES

112.11

NCS PEARSON, INC.

SOFTWARE

305.50

O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC.

PARTS

39.35

OMAHA TRUCK CENTER, INC.

REPAIRS

15,988.06

OUR OWN UPHOLSTERY

PURCHASED SERVICES

40.00

PETERSEN MOTORS LLC

TIRES AND TUBES

878.90

PETSCHE MECHANICAL SERVICE

PURCHASED SERVICES

381.69

PHONAK LLC

EQUIPMENT

2,526.76

PITTS FAMILY & SPORTS CHIROPRATIC

EMPLOYEE PHYSICALS

665.00

POLYMERSHAPES LLC

SCCS ESSER FUND EXPENDITURES

632.00

POSTMASTER - HARLAN

POSTAGE

20.00

REALLY GREAT READING

SUPPLIES

1,777.60

RENAISSANCE

SOFTWARE

2,730.00

ROGERS PEST CONTROL LLC

PEST CONTROL

196.00

RSM US LLP

PURCHASED SERVICES

2,197.00

SAVVAS

SOFTWARE

2,122.40

SCHABEN, KARA

REGISTRATION FEE REFUND

80.00

SCHMITT MUSIC CENTERS

MATERIALS

80.96

SCHOLASTIC INC.

SUPPLIES

170.28

SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATION

NURSING AND COVID SUPPLIES

825.05

SCHOOL SPECIALTY, INC.

SUPPLIES

905.70

SEESAW LEARNING, INC.

COVID SOFTWARE

2,750.00

SHELBY COUNTY SOLID WASTE AGENCY

GARBAGE

13.50

SONDERMAN CLEANING SERVICE

PURCHASED SERVICES

170.00

STUDER HARLAN DO IT BEST HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

1,085.61

THRAEN, DANIELLE

REGISTRATION FEE REFUND

45.00

TIMBERLINE BILLING SERVICES LLC

MEDICAID BILLING SERVICES

96.74

U.S. CELLULAR

COVID SERVICES

844.40

VERIZON WIRELESS

TELEPHONE SERVICE

611.65

VISUAL EDGE INC. DBA COUNSEL OFFICE

COPIER LEASES

1,014.00

VITA PERSONA

COVID SUPPLIES

5,834.00

W.W. GRAINGER, INC.

SUPPLIES AND COVID SUPPLIES

6,434.47

WEGNER, STEVE

BUS LICENSE

18.00

WELLMARK BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

260,002.82

WILLIAM H. SADLIER, INC

SUPPLIES

5,707.24

ZANDER INK

SUPPLIES

2,192.00

     

STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

   

ABRAHAM LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL

ENTRY FEES

150.00

ADM COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEES

190.00

ALFORD, BEN

OFFICIATING

80.00

ALL AMERICAN SPORTS CORP.

SUPPLIES

695.85

ARKFELD, MARK

OFFICIATING

315.00

ATLANTIC BOTTLING CO.

SUPPLIES

1,543.76

BARBER, JUSTIN

OFFICIATING

115.00

BENETT, BRIAN

OFFICIATING

115.00

BERNARD, JASON

OFFICIATING

115.00

BFG SUPPLY COMPANY

SUPPLIES

199.79

BLUMHARDT, WAYDE

OFFICIATING

75.00

BSN SPORTS

SUPPLIES

324.28

     
     

CARRUTHERS, BRYCE

OFFICIATING

115.00

COLLINS, SHAWN

OFFICIATING

115.00

CORE-MARK MIDCONTINENT, INC

SUPPLIES

552.09

DANIELS, RANDI

ACTIVITY TICKET REFUND

70.00

DENISON COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEES

140.00

DOYLE, JIM

OFFICIATING

115.00

EHLERS, CHRIS

OFFICIATING

115.00

ERWIN, AMANDA

ACTIVITY TICKET REFUND

35.00

ESTERLING, GREG

OFFICIATING

115.00

FLORAL ELEGANCE AND UNIQUE GIFTS

SUPPLIES

227.50

GLENWOOD COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEES

120.00

GROSS, JEANA

ACTIVITY TICKET REFUND

105.00

HALVERSON, SCOTT

OFFICIATING

115.00

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

1,817.55

HAVENS, LYNDSEY

ACTIVITY TICKET REFUND

35.00

HAYES, BRYAN

OFFICIATING

115.00

HEIMAN, KARL

OFFICIATING

315.00

HOL, AMANDA

ACTIVITY TICKET REFUND

35.00

HULSTEIN, SHAR

OFFICIATING

125.00

IOWA BASKETBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION

MEMBERSHIP

140.00

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL SPEECH ASSOCIATION

REGISTRATION

50.00

JOHNSON, TERRI

ACTIVITY TICKET REFUND

35.00

JOSTENS INC.

SUPPLIES

977.31

KENKEL, KAREN

ACTIVITY TICKET REFUND

35.00

KNUDSEN, LORIE

OFFICIATING

275.00

KRUSE, DANA

OFFICIATING

195.00

LANGENFELD, AMY

ACTIVITY TICKET REFUND

35.00

LEWIS CENTRAL COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEES

240.00

MADSEN, MATT

OFFICIATING

115.00

MANZ, KYLE

OFFICIATING

115.00

MARKHAM, SAM

OFFICIATING

195.00

MIDWEST TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS

EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES

1,254.81

MILLER, KELLI

SUPERVISION

300.00

NAHNSEN, JOHN

OFFICIATING

125.00

NIELSEN, TERRY

OFFICIATING

115.00

NIPPERT, ANDREA

ACTIVITY TICKET REFUND

105.00

OSBORN, KEVIN

OFFICIATING

240.00

OSBORN, NANCY

OFFICIATING

275.00

PETERSEN, KATIE

ACTIVITY TICKET REFUND

35.00

PETERSEN, SHAWN

OFFICIATING

195.00

PLOEGER, LANCE

OFFICIATING

115.00

POWELL, RICK

OFFICIATING

315.00

RASMUSSEN, LAURA

ACTIVITY TICKET REFUND

35.00

RED OAK COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEES

30.00

ROGERS ATHLETIC COMPANY

EQUIPMENT

5,895.00

ROSMANN FAMILY FARMS

SUPPLIES

48.65

SCHMIDT, CHERI

ACTIVITY TICKET REFUND

35.00

SCHOOL SPECIALTY, INC.

SUPPLIES

233.83

SCHUMACHER, BRENT

OFFICIATING

195.00

SHENANDOAH COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEES

100.00

SIDELINE POWER LLC

SUPPLIES

90.00

SONDAG, JENI

ACTIVITY TICKET REFUND

35.00

SOUTH CENTRAL CALHOUN COMMUNITY SCHOOLS

ENTRY FEES

95.00

     

SOUTHWEST DISTRICT FFA

ENTRY FEES

50.00

STADTLANDER, JEAN

OFFICIATING

115.00

STAHL, KYLIE

ACTIVITY TICKET REFUND

35.00

STANLEY, MIKE

OFFICIATING

125.00

STEFFENS, KYLE

OFFICIATING

380.00

STORM LAKE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 

ENTRY FEES

160.00

TEAMMATES

DUES

500.00

TRI-CENTER COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEES

120.00

TROPHIES PLUS

SUPPLIES

976.40

UPTOWN SPORTING GOODS

SUPPLIES

146.00

VAN NESS, BROOKE

OFFICIATING

125.00

VARSITY SPIRIT FASHIONS

SUPPLIES

2,896.65

VARSITY

SUPPLIES

1,424.70

WEDEMEYER, BRIAN

OFFICIATING

110.00

WELSH, SARA

ACTIVITY TICKET REFUND

35.00

     
     
     
     
     

PHYSICAL PLANT & EQUIPMENT

   

BAXTER LUMBER AND HARDWARE

PURCHASED SERVICES

8,574.32

CONTROL SERVICES INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

15,176.41

GETZSCHMAN HEATING, LLC

PURCHASED SERVICES

1,795.00

MEINERS PLUMBING AND HEATING

PURCHASED SERVICES

22,112.91

RIEMANN MUSIC, INC.

REPAIRS

2,240.35

THINKSPACE IT

PURCHASED SERVICES

4,765.12

     

SCHOOL NUTRITION FUND

   

ATLANTIC BOTTLING CO.

SUPPLIES

254.14

BENDORF, ALLYSON

LUNCH REFUND

185.27

COMBUSTION CONTROL CO.

REPAIRS

1,012.30

CONTROL SERVICES INC.

REPAIRS

2,347.65

CORE-MARK MIDCONTINENT, INC

SUPPLIES

518.41

COUNTRY VIEW DAIRY

SUPPLIES

84.00

EARTHGRAINS COMPANY

SUPPLIES

575.30

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

30.64

HARRIS SCHOOL SOLUTIONS

MERCHANT PROCESSING

214.50

HILAND DAIRY

SUPPLIES

3,785.88

KRUSE REFRIGERATION & ELECTRIC

PURCHASED SERVICES

6,123.25

LARSEN SUPPLY COMPANY

SUPPLIES

2,118.20

MARTIN BROS. DISTRIBUTING CO.

SUPPLIES

42,058.38

RAPIDS

SUPPLIES

877.47

SCHOOL NUTRITION ASSOCIATION

DUES

240.00

THOMPSON, DONNA

LUNCH REFUND

36.75

POLICY APPROVAL -  SECOND/FINAL READING:  Anderson moved, seconded by Herzberg to approve the second reading of policies as presented. Policy 700 – Purpose of Noninstructional and Business Services; Policy 701.1 – Depository of Funds; Policy 701.2 – Transfer of Funds; Policy 701.3 – Financial Records; Policy 702 – Cash in School Buildings; Policy 703.1 – Budget Planning; Policy 703.2 – Spending Plan; Policy 704.1 – Local – State – Federal – Miscellaneous Revenue; Policy 704.2 – Debt Management; Policy 704.4 – Grants – Grants – Bequests; Policy 705.1R1 – Suspension and Debarment of Vendors and Contractors Procedure; Policy 705.2 – Purchasing on Behalf of Employees; Policy 705.3 – Payment for Goods and Services; Policy 706.1 – Payroll Periods; Policy 706.2 – Payroll Deductions; Policy 707.1 – Secretary’s Reports; Policy 707.2 – Treasurer’s Annual Report; Policy 707.3 – Publication of Financial Reports; Policy 707.2R1 – Internal Controls Procedure; Policy 709 – Insurance Program; Policy 710.2 – Free or Reduced Cost Meals Eligibility; Policy 710.3 – Vending Machines; Policy 711.2 – Student Conduct on School Transportation; Policy 711.2R1 – Student Conduct on School Transportation Regulation; Policy 711.2R2 – Use of Video Cameras on School Buses Regulation; Policy 711.3 – Student Transportation for Extracurricular Activities; Policy 711.4 – Summer School Program Transportation Service; Policy 711.3 – Transportation of Nonschool Groups; Policy 711.10 – School Bus Passenger Restraints; Policy 712 – Technology and Data Security – Policy 712.R1 – Security Requirements of Third-Party Vendors Regulation are new policies and are officially adopted.  Policy 704.2F1 – Post-Issuance Compliance Regulation for Tax-Exempt and Obligations; Policy 704.3 – Investments; Policy 704.5 – Student Activities Fund; Policy 705.1 – Purchasing-Bidding; Policy 707.5 – Internal Controls; Policy 711.1 – Student School Transportation Eligibility; Policy 711.5 – Transportation of Nonresident and Nonpublic School Students are current policies that the board reviewed again to finalize updates. Motion carried 7-0.

ADJOURNMENT:  Anderson moved, seconded by Larsen to adjourn.  Motion carried 5-0 and the meeting was adjourned at 6:17 p.m.

Next Meeting:  – October 12, 2020, 5:30 p.m.

The Board met in the Media Center at 6:36 p.m. for a workshop to review the summary of results from the Community Engagement event and to discuss Board goals for 2020-2021. The workshop ended at 8:48 p.m.

 

 

_________________________              _____________________________

Board President                                    Board Secretary                                      

 

 

 

 

kklaassen@hcsd… Fri, 10/02/2020 - 14:54

Board Minutes - 2020.10.12

Board Minutes - 2020.10.12

 

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING

(For approval on 10-26-2020)

OCTOBER 12, 2020

The Board met for a regular meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, October 12, 2020, in the Media Center at Harlan Community High School.  President Amy Rueschenberg presided with Board members Jessica Anderson, Al Hazelton, Joni Larsen, Seth Piro, and Joe Herzberg present. Monte Schechinger was absent.

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

Media:                                        Bob Bjoin and Brian Taylor

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

DISCUSSION ITEMS: The board discussed Mr. Moser’s administrator report and early retirement.

ACTION ITEMS:

EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONNEL:  Anderson moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the employment of Misty Max as Elementary Special Education Associate; Marti Usher as Middle School Special Education Associate; and Troy Ransom as PT Elementary Custodian. Motion carried 6-0.

APPROVAL OF REQUEST FOR ALLOWABLE GROWTH FOR LEP ALLOWABLE COSTS OF $5,358.50:  Piro moved, seconded by Hazelton to approve the request for allowable growth for LEP allowable costs of $5,383.50. Motion carried 6-0.

APPROVAL OF LAU PLAN:  Herzberg moved, seconded by Hazelton to approve the Lau Plan as presented. Motion carried 6-0.

APPROVAL OF HS/MS SERVICE PLAN WITH CONTROL SERVICES:  Anderson moved, seconded by Herzberg to approve the HS/MS Service Plan with Control Services. Motion carried 6-0.

APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA:  Piro moved, seconded by Anderson to approve the non-personnel contract with Rising Hope Academy Therapeutic Classroom – IKM-Manning School District (in partnership with Green Hills AEA) and the AHSTW and Harlan Community School District. Motion carried 6-0.

UPCOMING EVENTS AND COMMUNITY UPDATES:  The board discussed the upcoming IA-SB Convention that will be held virtually next month.

ADJOURNMENT:   Hazelton moved, seconded by Larsen to adjourn. Motion carried 6-0 and the meeting was adjourned at 5:58 p.m.

Next Meeting:  – October 26, 2020, 2020, 5:30 p.m. – Media Center – High School

 

_________________________              _____________________________

Board President                                    Board Secretary                                      

 

 

 

 

 

kklaassen@hcsd… Thu, 10/15/2020 - 13:29

Board Minutes - 2020.10.26

Board Minutes - 2020.10.26

 

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING

(For approval on 11-23-2020)

OCTOBER 26, 2020

The Board met for a regular meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, October 26, 2020, for a regular meeting held in the Media Center at Harlan Community High School. President Amy Rueschenberg presided with Board members Jessica Anderson, Joni Larsen, Monte Schechinger, Seth Piro, and Joe Herzberg. Al Hazelton was absent.

Administrators Present:               Lynn Johnson and Bill Mueller

Media:                                        Bob Bjoin and Brian Taylor

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

PRESENTATIONS:  Grundmeyer Leader Services presented to the board on the superintendent search.

DISCUSSION ITEMS: The board discussed the new ESSA per Pupil Expenditure Report and the early retirement program.

ACTION ITEMS:

EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONNEL:  Anderson moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the employment of Alexis Sherer as Elementary Food Service and Mallie Boell as Elementary Special Education Associate.  Motion carried 6-0.

APPROVAL OF BOARD GOALS FOR 2020-21:  Piro moved, seconded by Schechinger to approve the board goals for 2020-21 as presented. Motion carried 6-0.

APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA:  Anderson moved, seconded by Herzberg 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, Physical Plant and Equipment Fund Warrants, and Financial Reports. The approved warrants are as follows:
 

OPERATING FUND

   

AHLERS & COONEY, P.C.

LEGAL SERVICES

1,294.50

AMPLIFIED IT

SCCS GEER FUND PURCHASES

288.00

BARNES, DENISE

MENTAL HEALTH GRANT EXPENDITURES

525.00

BELIN-BLANK CENTER

REGISTRATION

696.00

BOMGAARS

SUPPLIES

67.98

BONSALL TV & APPLIANCE, INC.

EQUIPMENT AND EQUIPMENT REPAIRS

3,812.98

BROADCAST MUSIC, INC.

SUPPLIES

152.72

CARQUEST

PARTS

300.00

CENGAGE LEARNING

SUPPLIES

968.00

CENTRAL IOWA DISTRIBUTING INC.

SUPPLIES

1,156.00

CINTAS

LAUNDRY

91.60

CJ STORK PROPERTIES, LLC

COVID FACILITY RENTAL

750.00

CROGHAN, ROBERT

SUPPLIES

34.96

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

BUS INSPECTIONS

1,250.00

DRAKE UNIVERSITY

TITLE IIA EXPENDITURES

1,560.00

DUNHAM HARDWOODS

RESALE MATERIALS

1,658.50

EASTERN NEBRASKA HUMAN SERVICES

SPED BILLING

3,520.00

FARM SERVICE COOP

FUEL

3,993.65

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

3,884.69

GRAPHIC EDGE, LLC

SUPPLIES

1,090.65

GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES

COPIER LEASES

1,585.00

GREEN HILLS AEA

ONLINE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

1,383.50

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOLS NUTRITION

SUPPLIES

65.00

HARLAN MUNICIPAL UTILITIES

UTILITIES/SCCS GEER FUND PURCH.

39,668.74

HARLAN NEWSPAPERS

SUPPLIES/LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

74.94

HARLAN, CITY OF

PURCHASED SERVICES

480.00

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

22,744.61

HINELINE HOME FURNISHINGS

MENTAL HEALTH GRANT EXPENDITURES

2,700.00

IOWA DIVISION OF LABOR SERVICES

INSPECTION FEE

320.00

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC ASSOCIATION

REGISTRATION

246.00

IOWA SCHOOL FINANCE INFORMATION SYSTEMS

BACKGROUND CHECKS

178.50

IOWA WESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

BUS CLASSES

60.00

JOHNSON CONTROLS

PURCHASED SERVICES

697.08

KEAST AUTO CENTER

REPAIRS

337.85

KROGER & SONS HAULING, LLC

GARBAGE COLLECTION

2,550.00

LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC.

SUPPLIES

368.30

LIFESCAPE - CHILDREN'S CARE

SPED BILLING

19,869.00

MADSON, PAULETTE

COVID SUPPLIES

41.26

MARCHING WAREHOUSE

PURCHASED SERVICES

1,750.00

MEINERS PLUMBING AND HEATING

PURCHASED SERVICES

2,342.78

MID AMERICAN ENERGY

UTILITIES

10.16

MONTGOMERY COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

TITLE IIA EXPENDITURES

150.00

O'KEEFE ELEVATOR COMPANY, INC.

ELEVATOR INSPECTION

233.44

OMAHA TRUCK CENTER, INC.

PARTS

716.60

PETERSEN FAMILY WELLNESS CENTER

WELLNESS PROGRAM/GRANT EXPENSES

26,308.40

PETERSEN MOTORS LLC

REPAIRS

68.00

PETSCHE PLUMBING & HEATING INC.

SUPPLIES/REPAIRS

780.00

PHONAK LLC

SUPPLIES

29.33

PITTS FAMILY & SPORTS CHIROPRATIC

EMPLOYEE PHYSICALS

95.00

RAYNER & RINN-SCOTT

SUPPLIES

1,084.80

READ NATURALLY

SUPPLIES

1,380.00

RIEMANN MUSIC, INC.

MATERIALS

46.80

ROGERS PEST CONTROL LLC

PEST CONTROL

196.00

SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS OF IOWA

MEMBERSHIPS

2,294.00

SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATION

SUPPLIES

564.64

SEESAW LEARNING, INC.

SCCS GEER FUND PURCHASES

577.50

SEIDL ELECTRIC, INC.

REPAIRS

1,124.06

SHELBY COUNTY SOLID WASTE AGENCY

GARBAGE

25.00

SIOUX CITY FOUNDRY CO.

SUPPLIES

616.00

SONDERMAN CLEANING SERVICE

PURCHASED SERVICES

85.00

STUDER HARLAN DO IT BEST HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

127.14

TIMBERLINE BILLING SERVICES LLC

MEDICAID BILLING SERVICES

33.50

TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES CORP.

FLEX ENROLLMENT FEE

970.20

TOTAL CONTRACTING LLC

REPAIRS

650.00

TUMBLEWEED PRESS, INC.

SUPPLIES

599.00

VERIZON WIRELESS

TELEPHONE SERVICE

611.87

VISUAL EDGE INC. DBA COUNSEL OFFICE

COPIER LEASES

2,182.95

VWR INTERNATIONAL LLC

SUPPLIES

47.95

W.W. GRAINGER, INC.

SUPPLIES

9,284.24

     

STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

   

ABRAHAM LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL

ENTRY FEES

75.00

ANCHORED STUDIO

SUPPLIES

331.00

ARKFELD, MARK

OFFICIATING

540.00

ATLANTIC BOTTLING CO.

SUPPLIES

566.87

ATLANTIC COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEES

170.00

BLUMHARDT, WAYDE

OFFICIATING

305.00

C & A SCALE SERVICE, INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

185.00

DENISON COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEES

160.00

DUSENBERRY, STUART

OFFICIATING

130.00

EBERT, STEVE

OFFICIATING

115.00

EWELL EDUCATIONAL SERVICES

SUPPLIES

575.00

FLORAL ELEGANCE AND UNIQUE GIFTS

SUPPLIES

238.50

FREESE, RYAN

OFFICIATING

115.00

HALE, MIKE

OFFICIATING

200.00

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

3,285.29

HEIMAN, KARL

OFFICIATING

80.00

JENNESS, GREG

OFFICIATING

115.00

JUHL, JULIE

OFFICIATING

275.00

K-MAC AWARDS

MATERIALS/SERVICES

32.00

KAUFMAN, ZACH

PURCHASED SERVICES

1,650.00

KEEFE, NICK

OFFICIATING

110.00

KNUDSEN, LORIE

OFFICIATING

425.00

LEMON, ETHAN

PROM REFUND

60.00

MARKHAM, SAM

OFFICIATING

80.00

MILLER, KELLI

SUPERVISION

100.00

MOORES PORTABLE TOILETS & PUMPING

RENTAL

260.00

NEVADA COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

ENTRY FEES

110.00

OSBORN, KEVIN

OFFICIATING

540.00

OSBORN, NANCY

OFFICIATING

225.00

PFEIFER, JIM

OFFICIATING

115.00

POWELL, RICK

OFFICIATING

380.00

PUTTMANN, TODD

OFFICIATING

115.00

SCHUMACHER, BRENT

OFFICIATING

160.00

STANLEY, MIKE

OFFICIATING

200.00

STEFFENS, KYLE

OFFICIATING

130.00

UPTOWN SPORTING GOODS

SUPPLIES

547.00

VISUAL EDGE INC. DBA COUNSEL OFFICE

SUPPLIES

110.49

VOLLSTEDT, BRADLEY

OFFICIATING

75.00

W.W. GRAINGER, INC.

SUPPLIES

606.00

WEDEMEYER, BRIAN

OFFICIATING

110.00

WESTERN CHRISTIAN

ENTRY FEES

125.00

     

MANAGEMENT FUND                        

   

THE AGENCY

INSURANCE

85.00

     

PHYSICAL PLANT & EQUIPMENT

   

CONTROL SERVICES INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

4,882.80

GETZSCHMAN HEATING, LLC

PURCHASED SERVICES

6,600.00

RIEMANN MUSIC, INC.

REPAIRS

374.25

     

SCHOOL NUTRITION FUND

   

ATLANTIC BOTTLING CO.

SUPPLIES

26.64

CORE-MARK MIDCONTINENT, INC.

SUPPLIES

521.72

EARTHGRAINS COMPANY

SUPPLIES

762.83

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

30.69

GOOD GROWING ENTERPRISES/COUNTRYVIEW DAIRY

SUPPLIES

657.00

GOODWIN TUCKER GROUP

REPAIRS

1,149.24

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

39.40

HARRIS SCHOOL SOLUTIONS

MERCHANT PROCESSING

447.95

HILAND DAIRY

SUPPLIES

3,868.51

MARTIN BROS. DISTRIBUTING CO.

SUPPLIES

31,707.60

ORGANIC GREENS LLC

SUPPLIES

219.00

RAPIDS

SUPPLIES

67.54

SALAMA GREENHOUSE INC.

SUPPLIES

164.50

SORENSEN, BEN

LUNCH REFUND

7.30

W.W. GRAINGER, INC.

SUPPLIES

30.22

POLICY REVIEW/APPROVAL – FIRST READING/FINAL REVIEW:  Larsen moved, seconded by Piro to approve the first reading and final review of policies as presented. Policy 800 – Objectives of Buildings and Sites; Policy 801 – Site Acquisition and Building Construction; Policy 801.1 – Buildings and Sites Long Range Planning; Policy 801.2 – Buildings and Sites Surveys; Policy 801.3 – Educational Specifications for Buildings and Sites; Policy 802.1 – Maintenance Schedule; Policy 802.2 – Requests for Improvements; Policy 802.3 – Emergency Repairs; Policy 802.5 – Buildings and Sites Adaptation for Persons with Disabilities; Policy 802.6 – Vandalism; Policy 802.7 – Energy Conservation; Policy 804.1 – Facilities Inspections; Policy 804.2 – District Emergency Operations Plan; Policy 804.4 – Asbestos Containing Material; Policy 902.1 – News Media Relations; 902.2 – News Conferences and Interviews; Policy 902.3 – News Releases; Policy 902.4 – Live Broadcast or Recording; Policy 903.1 – School – Community Groups; Policy 903.2 – Community Resource Persons and Volunteers; Policy 904.2 – Advertising and Promotion; Policy 905.1E2 – Use of School Facilities – Indemnity and Liability Insurance Agreement; Policy 905.1R1 – Use of School District Facilities Regulation are new policies and will be officially adopted at the second and final reading at the next meeting.  Policy 802.4 – Capital Assets; Policy 802.4R1 – Capital Assets Regulation; Policy 802.4R2 – Capital Assets Management Systems Definitions; Policy 803.1 – Disposition of Obsolete Equipment; Policy 803.2 – Lease, Sale, or Disposal of School District Buildings and Sites; Policy 900 – Principles and Objectives for Community Relations; Policy 901 – Public Examination of School District Records; Policy 903.3 – Visitors to School District Buildings and Sites; Policy 905.1 – Community Use of School District Buildings and Sites and Equipment; Policy 905.2 – Nicotine/Tobacco-Free Environment are current policies that the board will be reviewing again to finalize revisions at the next meeting. Policy 903.4 – Public Conduct on School Premises; Policy 903.5 – Distribution of Materials; Policy 903.5R1 – Distribution of Materials Regulation; Policy 904.1 – Transporting Students in Private Vehicles; Policy 906 – Unmanned Aircraft/Drones were reviewed by the board with no changes.  Motion carried 6-0.

UPCOMING EVENTS AND COMMUNITY UPDATES: The board discussed virtual parent teacher conferences, the IA-SB virtual conference, and state cross country meet.

ADJOURNMENT:  Anderson moved, seconded by Schechinger to adjourn.  Motion carried 6-0 and the meeting was adjourned at 7:52 p.m.

Next Meeting:  – November 9, 2020, 5:30 p.m.
 

________________________              _____________________________

Board President                                    Board Secretary                                      

 

 

kklaassen@hcsd… Wed, 11/04/2020 - 11:42

Board Minutes - 2020.11.09

Board Minutes - 2020.11.09

 

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING

(For approval on 11-23-2020)

NOVEMBER 9, 2020

The Board met for a regular meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, November 9, 2020, in the Media Center at Harlan Community High School.  President Amy Rueschenberg presided with Board members Jessica Anderson, Al Hazelton, Joni Larsen, Seth Piro, Joe Herzberg, and Monte Schechinger present.

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

Media:                                        Bob Bjoin and Brian Taylor

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

DISCUSSION ITEMS:  Mr. Frohlich and Mr. Mueller shared administrator reports. The board discussed winter spectator guidance.

ACTION ITEMS:

ANNUAL MEETING ACTIONS:  Herzberg moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the District’s Annual Treasurer’s Report. Motion carried 7-0.  Piro nominated Rueschenberg as Board President, nominations ceased, the nomination of Rueschenberg to continue another year as President was unanimously approved by the board.  Hazelton nominated Anderson as Board Vice-President, nominations ceased, the nomination of Anderson to continue another year as Vice-President was unanimously approved by the board.  Anderson moved, seconded by Hazelton to approve the committee assignments, (County Conference Board – Schechinger; Salary and Bargaining – Anderson, Rueschenberg, Schechinger; Delegate Assembly – Larsen; Sick Leave Bank – Herzberg and Rueschenberg; District Study Committee – Hazelton, Anderson, Piro; Finance Committee – Rueschenberg, Anderson, Piro; Policy Committee – Herzberg, Larsen, Hazelton) meeting dates, time and location (11.23.20 next meeting dated then transition to one meeting a month to be held on the 2nd Monday of the month at 6:00 pm), identification of newspaper of record (Harlan News-Advertiser), identification of attorney of record (Ahlers and Cooney, P.C.), and appointment of board treasurer (Brian Gubbels). Motion carried 7-0.         

EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONNEL:  Hazelton moved, seconded by Schechinger to approve the employment of Sarah Ritchie as Elementary Special Education Associate; Dave Riley as Elementary Special Education Associate; and Michael Heithoff as Elementary Special Education Associate. Motion carried 7-0.

APPROVAL OF EARLY RETIREMENT PROGRAM:  Anderson moved, seconded by Herzberg to approve the early retirement program as presented. Motion carried 7-0.

APPROVAL OF AMENDED TEACHER HANDBOOK:  Schechinger moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the amended teacher handbook as presented. Motion carried 7-0.

APPROVAL OF CONTINUATION OF VIRTUAL LEARNING FOR DOCUMENTED HEALTH ISSUES ONLY:  Piro moved, seconded by Herzberg to approve the continuation of virtual learning for documented health issues only for second semester. Motion carried 7-0.

POLICY APPROVAL – SECOND/FINAL READING:  Schechinger moved, seconded by Anderson to approve the second and final reading. Policy 800 – Objectives of Buildings and Sites; Policy 801 – Site Acquisition and Building Construction; Policy 801.1 – Buildings and Sites Long Range Planning; Policy 801.2 – Buildings and Sites Surveys; Policy 801.3 – Educational Specifications for Buildings and Sites; Policy 802.1 – Maintenance Schedule; Policy 802.2 – Requests for Improvements; Policy 802.3 – Emergency Repairs; Policy 802.5 – Buildings and Sites Adaptation for Persons with Disabilities; Policy 802.6 – Vandalism; Policy 802.7 – Energy Conservation; Policy 804.1 – Facilities Inspections; Policy 804.2 – District Emergency Operations Plan; Policy 804.4 – Asbestos Containing Material; Policy 902.1 – News Media Relations; 902.2 – News Conferences and Interviews; Policy 902.3 – News Releases; Policy 902.4 – Live Broadcast or Recording; Policy 903.1 – School – Community Groups; Policy 903.2 – Community Resource Persons and Volunteers; Policy 904.2 – Advertising and Promotion; Policy 905.1E2 – Use of School Facilities – Indemnity and Liability Insurance Agreement; Policy 905.1R1 – Use of School District Facilities Regulation are new policies that are officially adopted.  Policy 802.4 – Capital Assets; Policy 802.4R1 – Capital Assets Regulation; Policy 802.4R2 – Capital Assets Management Systems Definitions; Policy 803.1 – Disposition of Obsolete Equipment; Policy 803.2 – Lease, Sale, or Disposal of School District Buildings and Sites; Policy 900 – Principles and Objectives for Community Relations; Policy 901 – Public Examination of School District Records; Policy 903.3 – Visitors to School District Buildings and Sites; Policy 905.1 – Community Use of School District Buildings and Sites and Equipment; Policy 905.2 – Nicotine/Tobacco-Free Environment are current policies that the board reviewed again. Motion carried 7-0.

ADJOURNMENT:   Piro moved, seconded by Hazelton to adjourn. Motion carried 7-0 and the meeting was adjourned at 6:44 p.m.

Next Meeting:  – November 23, 2020, 6:00 p.m. – Media Center – High School
 

_________________________              _____________________________

Board President                                    Board Secretary                                      

 

 

kklaassen@hcsd… Mon, 11/16/2020 - 15:44

Board Minutes - 2020.11.23

Board Minutes - 2020.11.23

 

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING

(For approval on 12-14-2020)

NOVEMBER 23, 2020

The Board met for a regular meeting at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, November 23, 2020, held in the Media Center at Harlan Community High School. President Amy Rueschenberg presided with Board members Jessica Anderson, Al Hazelton, Joni Larsen, Seth Piro, and Joe Herzberg. Monte Schechinger was absent.

Administrators Present:               Lynn Johnson and Bill Mueller

Media:                                        Bob Bjoin and Brian Taylor

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

PRESENTATIONS:  Grundmeyer Leader Services presented to the board on the superintendent search. Amy, Jessica, and Joe volunteered to serve on a committee to identify superintendent interview team members.

DISCUSSION ITEMS: The board discussed updates to masking guidelines and plans for remote and hybrid learning.

ACTION ITEMS:

APPROVAL OF MODIFIED SUPPLEMENTAL AMOUNT FOR LEP INSTRUCTION BEYOND 5 YEARS:  Piro moved, seconded by Hazelton to approve the modified supplemental amount of $9,329.76 for LEP instruction beyond 5 years.  Motion carried 6-0.

APPROVAL OF MODIFIED SUPPLEMENTAL AMOUNT FOR ENROLLED OUT:  Herzberg moved, seconded by Piro to approve the modified supplemental amount of $41,280 for enrolled out.  Motion carried 6-0.

APPROVAL OF EARLY RETIREMENT REQUESTS:  Anderson moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the 3 requests for early retirement that met all plan requirements. The approved requests for early retirement were received from Angie Spangenberg, Sue Lawson and Carol Stein.  Motion carried 6-0. 

The board considered one request for early retirement that did not meet all plan requirements for eligibility. Lacking a motion, the request was denied.

APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA:  Anderson moved, seconded by Herzberg 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, and Financial Reports. The approved warrants are as follows:
 

OPERATING FUND

   

AED SUPPER STORE

NURSING SUPPLIES

179.76

AHLERS & COONEY, P.C.

LEGAL SERVICES

2,135.00

BOMGAARS

SUPPLIES

214.96

CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY

SUPPLIES

8,420.45

CARQUEST

PARTS

264.35

CENTRAL IOWA DISTRIBUTING INC.

SUPPLIES

612.00

CINTAS

LAUNDRY

91.60

CJ STORK PROPERTIES, LLC

COVID FACILITY RENTAL

750.00

DELTA DENTAL

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

9,769.70

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

BUS INSPECTIONS

150.00

FARM SERVICE COOP

FUEL

5,290.44

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

4,033.48

GETZSCHMAN HEATING, LLC

COVID PURCHASED SERVICES

261.00

GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES

COPIER LEASES

1,585.00

HARLAN AUTO MART

REPAIRS

337.85

HARLAN MUNICIPAL UTILITIES

UTILITIES

38,514.72

HARLAN NEWSPAPERS

SUPPLIES/LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

346.03

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

8,819.32

HASTERT, JEFF

TRAVEL

46.00

HOME DEPOT PRO

COVID EQUIPMENT

13,020.70

INSTRUMENTALIST CO.

AWARDS

17.00

IOWA SCHOOL FINANCE INFORMATION SYSTEMS

PURCHASED SERVICES

5,584.00

J.W. PEPPER & SON, INC.

MATERIALS

152.49

JUNIOR LIBRARY GUILD

SUPPLIES

399.50

KEAST AUTO CENTER

REPAIRS

186.40

KROGER & SONS HAULING, LLC

GARBAGE COLLECTION

2,500.00

LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC.

SUPPLIES

456.94

MADISON NATIONAL LIFE

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

2,693.73

MEINERS PLUMBING AND HEATING

PURCHASED SERVICES

12,476.80

MID AMERICAN ENERGY

UTILITIES

10.00

MIND RESEARCH INSTITUTE

SCCS GEER FUND PURCHASES

1,100.00

MUMM, CHRISTY

DRIVERS ED REFUND

340.00

NAPA

SUPPLIES

87.00

OMAHA TRUCK CENTER, INC.

REPAIRS

3,450.97

OUR OWN UPHOLSTERY

PURCHASED SERVICES

116.00

PITTS FAMILY & SPORTS CHIROPRATIC

EMPLOYEE PHYSICALS

190.00

RAYNER & RINN-SCOTT

SUPPLIES

259.20

ROGERS PEST CONTROL LLC

PEST CONTROL

196.00

SCHROER & ASSOCIATES, P.C.

AUDIT FEE

4,250.00

STUDER HARLAN DO IT BEST HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

200.61

U.S. CELLULAR

COVID PURCHASED SERVICES

422.20

VERIZON WIRELESS

TELEPHONE SERVICE

611.87

VISUAL EDGE INC. DBA COUNSEL OFFICE

COPIER LEASES

1,046.32

W.W. GRAINGER, INC.

SUPPLIES

2,769.84

WELLMARK BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

130,310.28

     

STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

   

ABRAHAM LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL

ENTRY FEES

75.00

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY

FUNDRAISING PAYMENT

1,232.95

ANDERSON, SCOTT

SUPPLIES

230.00

ARKFELD, MARK

OFFICIATING

75.00

ARROW STAGE LINES

PURCHASED SERVICES

6,800.00

BLUMHARDT, WAYDE

OFFICIATING

75.00

CYCLONE LANES

PURCHASED SERVICES

120.00

DISTRICT FOUR FCCLA

REGISTRATION

40.00

FLORAL ELEGANCE AND UNIQUE GIFTS

SUPPLIES

169.00

GRAPHIC EDGE, LLC

SUPPLIES

309.14

HARLAN THEATRE

ENTRY FEES

226.00

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

1,552.10

HI-POD

EQUIPMENT

5,564.00

IOWA GIRLS COACHES ASSOCIATION

MEMBERSHIP

155.00

IOWA GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC UNION

TICKET SALES

1,482.00

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSN.

TICKET SALES

17,086.00

IOWA HOSA

REGISTRATION

40.00

JOSTENS INC.

SUPPLIES

6,395.31

MIDSTATES BANK

TRAVEL

150.00

MILLER, KELLI

SUPERVISION

200.00

MILLER, TIM

SUPERVISION

100.00

OSBORN, KEVIN

OFFICIATING

75.00

PIZZA RANCH #1370

SUPPLIES

222.50

POWELL, RICK

OFFICIATING

75.00

SIBBALD, ERIN

PURCHASED SERVICES

170.00

TEAMMATES

MEMBERSHIP

250.00

TIMUSIC, LLC

PURCHASED SERVICES

100.00

UPTOWN SPORTING GOODS

SUPPLIES

3,073.40

VETERAN'S MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

FACILITY RENTAL

725.00

ZANDER INK

SUPPLIES

5,719.50

     

MANAGEMENT FUND                        

   

THE AGENCY

INSURANCE

642.00

     

PHYSICAL PLANT & EQUIPMENT

   

COMBUSTION CONTROL CO.

PURCHASED SERVICES

2,368.95

GETZSCHMAN HEATING, LLC

PURCHASED SERVICES

8,227.00

KEAST AUTO CENTER

VEHICLE PURCHASE

38,900.00

RIEMANN MUSIC, INC.

REPAIRS

148.79

TRANE U.S. INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

2,540.50

TRUCK CENTER COMPANIES

BUS PURCHASE

98,545.00

     

SCHOOL NUTRITION FUND

   

ATLANTIC BOTTLING CO.

SUPPLIES

93.24

BERNARD FOOD INDUSTRIES, INC.

SUPPLIES

386.44

COUNTRY VIEW DAIRY

SUPPLIES

1,176.00

EARTHGRAINS COMPANY

SUPPLIES

975.33

ED M. FELD EQUIPMENT CO.

PURCHASED SERVICES

225.00

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

30.69

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

7.30

HILAND DAIRY

SUPPLIES

3,008.33

HOBART

REPAIRS

2,272.04

JORGE'S ORGANICS

SUPPLIES

300.00

LARSEN SUPPLY COMPANY

SUPPLIES

3,149.43

MARTIN BROS. DISTRIBUTING CO.

SUPPLIES

13,863.16

MUENCHRATH, JOEY & HEATHER

LUNCH REFUND

121.19

ONE FARM LLC

SUPPLIES

79.00

ORGANIC GREENS LLC

SUPPLIES

35.00

PRUDENT PRODUCE

SUPPLIES

104.00

RAPIDS

SUPPLIES

4,289.57

SALAMA GREENHOUSE INC.

SUPPLIES

273.00

SMALL'S FRUIT FARM

SUPPLIES

700.00

STREAM MEADOW FARMS

SUPPLIES

35.00

TIMBER RIDGE COUNTRY MARKET LLC

SUPPLIES

96.00

W.W. GRAINGER, INC.

SUPPLIES

48.60

ADJOURNMENT:  Larsen moved, seconded by Hazelton to adjourn.  Motion carried 6-0 and the meeting was adjourned at 7:28 p.m.

Next Meeting:  – December 14, 6:00 p.m.

_________________________              _____________________________

Board President                                    Board Secretary                                      

 

 

 

 

kklaassen@hcsd… Wed, 11/25/2020 - 09:27

Board Minutes - 2020.12.14

Board Minutes - 2020.12.14

 

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING

(For approval on 1-11-2021)

 

DECEMBER 14, 2020

The Board met for a regular meeting at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, December 14, 2020, held in the Media Center at Harlan Community High School. President Amy Rueschenberg presided with Board members Jessica Anderson, Al Hazelton, Joni Larsen, Monte Schechinger, Seth Piro, and Joe Herzberg.

Administrators Present:               Lynn Johnson and Scott Frohlich

Media:                                        Bob Bjoin

 

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

DISCUSSION ITEMS: The board discussed updates on learning delivery plans and safety protocols. The board discussed the finance committee report and Mr. Moser’s administrator report.

ACTION ITEMS:

RESIGNATION OF PERSONNEL:  Anderson moved, seconded by Piro to approve the resignation of Alexis Sherer as Elementary Food Service and James Shughart as HS Ag Teacher.  Motion carried 7-0.

EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONNEL:  Larsen moved, seconded by Hazelton to approve the employment of Sarah Leftwich as PT Night Custodian and Diane Mumm as Elementary Food Service.  Motion carried 7-0.

APPROVAL OF EARLY RETIREMENT REQUEST:  Anderson moved, seconded by Herzberg to approve one request for early retirement that met all plan requirements from Bryan Kaster.  Motion carried 7-0. 

APPROVAL OF EARLY GRADUATION REQUESTS:  Schechinger moved, seconded by Hazelton to approve the 10 requests for early graduation as presented. Motion carried 7-0.

APPROVAL OF ANNUAL REPORT:  Herzberg moved, seconded by Piro to approve the annual report as presented. Motion carried 7-0.

APPROVAL OF PE WAIVER:  Schechinger moved, seconded by Anderson to approve the PE waiver for 2020-21 and 2021-22 school years. Motion carried 7-0.

APPROVAL OF SUPPORT FOR IOWA WESTERN’S APPLICATION FOR AN INCENTIVE FUND GRANT:  Larsen moved, seconded Herzberg to approve support for the Iowa Western’s application for an incentive fund grant. Motion carried 7-0.

APPROVAL TO PROVIDE SUPERVISION OF EMPLOYEES’ SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN DURING REMOTE LEARNING:  Schechinger moved, seconded by Piro for the approval to provide supervision of employee’s school-age children during remote learning. Motion carried 7-0.

APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA:  Piro moved, seconded by Larsen 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. The approved warrants are as follows:
 

OPERATING FUND

   

AHLERS & COONEY, P.C.

LEGAL SERVICES

849.00

BOMGAARS

SUPPLIES

5.36

CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY

SUPPLIES

2,280.35

CARQUEST

PARTS

803.72

CINTAS

LAUNDRY

53.60

CJ STORK PROPERTIES, LLC

COVID FACILITY RENTAL

750.00

COUNCIL BLUFFS COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

SPED BILLING

3,757.21

DELTA DENTAL

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

9,728.88

DRIVE SAFELY LLC

PURCHASED SERVICES

17,680.00

EASTERN NEBRASKA HUMAN SERVICES

SPED BILLING

3,696.00

FARM SERVICE COOP

FUEL

4,127.50

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

3,820.13

FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES

SUPPLIES

88.70

FOREVER GREEN LAWNCARE

PURCHASED SERVICES

625.00

GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES

COPIER LEASES

1,585.00

GREEN HILLS AEA

REGISTRATION

100.00

HARLAN AUTO MART

REPAIRS

778.12

HARLAN MUNICIPAL UTILITIES

UTILITIES

35,361.68

HARLAN NEWSPAPERS

SUPPLIES/LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

416.50

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

14,121.98

ISU EXTENSION OFFICE - SHELBY COUNTY

SWIA MHDS GRANT EXPENDITURES

700.00

ITSAVVY LLC

PURCHASED SERVICES

130.00

JAYMAR BUSINESS FORMS, INC.

SUPPLIES

122.87

KENDALL/HUNT PUBLISHING COMPANY

SUPPLIES

3,580.50

KOHORST, MARK

TRAVEL

25.25

KROGER & SONS HAULING, LLC

GARBAGE COLLECTION

1,800.00

LIFESCAPE - CHILDREN'S CARE

SPED BILLING

9,014.00

MADISON NATIONAL LIFE

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

2,693.73

MARTIN BROS. DISTRIBUTING CO.

SUPPLIES

16.59

MEINERS PLUMBING AND HEATING

PURCHASED SERVICES

5,460.46

MID AMERICAN ENERGY

UTILITIES

13.75

MONTGOMERY COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

REGISTRATION

150.00

MURPHY SIGNS

PURCHASED SERVICES

104.00

MUSIC SALES DIGITAL SERVICES LLC

COVID PURCHASED SERVICES

1,112.25

MYRTUE MEDICAL CENTER

SWIA MHDS GRANT EXPENDITURES

1,000.00

NAPA

SUPPLIES

191.27

NORIX GROUP INC

SWIA MHDS GRANT EXPENDITURES

964.34

NORTHWEST IOWA SPRINKLER

PURCHASED SERVICES

1,177.08

O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC.

PARTS

41.76

OWL LABS, INC.

SWIA MHDS GRANT/COVID  EXPEND.

17,982.00

PETSCHE PLUMBING & HEATING INC.

SUPPLIES/REPAIRS

2,945.00

POWERSCHOOL

SOFTWARE

2,463.11

SCHOLASTIC INC.

MATERIALS

104.39

SCHOOL BUS SALES

PARTS

109.08

SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATION

SUPPLIES

6.16

SONDERMAN CLEANING SERVICE

PURCHASED SERVICES

85.00

SORENSEN EQUIPMENT CO.

REPAIRS

174.59

STABILT CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

SNOW REMOVAL

1,140.00

STUDER HARLAN DO IT BEST HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

66.50

TIMBERLINE BILLING SERVICES LLC

MEDICAID BILLING SERVICES

337.85

U.S. CELLULAR

COVID PURCHASED SERVICES

422.20

VISUAL EDGE INC. DBA COUNSEL OFFICE

COPIER LEASES

2,146.61

W.W. GRAINGER, INC.

SUPPLIES

2,510.60

WELLMARK BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

129,692.54

ZOOM VIDEO COMMUNICATIONS, INC.

COVID PURCHASED SERVICES

1,800.00

     

STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

   

ATLANTIC BOTTLING CO.

SUPPLIES

274.00

BAXTER LUMBER AND HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

262.91

BRUCK, JAMES

OFFICIATING

225.00

CYCLONE LANES

PURCHASED SERVICES

400.00

GIRRES, CHRIS

OFFICIATING

125.00

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

3,396.99

IOWA F.F.A. ASSOCIATION

SUPPLIES

3,269.00

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSN.

TICKET SALES

1,887.50

KINTNER, LARRY

PURCHASED SERVICES

100.00

LOGO'D UP LLC

SUPPLIES

671.47

MURTAUGH, MARY ANN

PURCHASED SERVICES

100.00

NATIONAL FFA ORGANIZATION

SUPPLIES

838.50

NELSON, NIC

OFFICIATING

125.00

PORTER, JOSH

OFFICIATING

200.00

PREFERRED FUNDRAISING

FUNDRAISING SUPPLIES

5,074.00

SCHMITT MUSIC CENTERS

MATERIALS

382.16

SCHUMACHER, BRENT

OFFICIATING

225.00

SPOMER, KURT

OFFICIATING

125.00

WALTERS, JOHN D.

OFFICIATING

200.00

     

MANAGEMENT FUND                        

   

THE AGENCY

INSURANCE

809.00

 

   

CAPITAL FUNDS PROJECT

   

CBP REPAIR

REPAIRS

164.44

     

PHYSICAL PLANT & EQUIPMENT

   

COMBUSTION CONTROL CO.

PURCHASED SERVICES

949.65

CONTROL SERVICES INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

29.15

GETZSCHMAN HEATING, LLC

PURCHASED SERVICES

3,118.00

HAYES SOFTWARE SYSTEMS

PURCHASED SERVICES

2,500.00

RIVERSIDE TECHNOLOGIES, INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

320.00

TRANE U.S. INC.

PURCHASED SERVICES

524.50

     

SCHOOL NUTRITION FUND

   

ATLANTIC BOTTLING CO.

SUPPLIES

17.76

COUNTRY VIEW DAIRY

SUPPLIES

1,080.00

EARTHGRAINS COMPANY

SUPPLIES

1,024.07

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

30.69

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

85.36

HILAND DAIRY

SUPPLIES

7,561.53

MARTIN BROS. DISTRIBUTING CO.

SUPPLIES

38,266.65

ORGANIC GREENS LLC

SUPPLIES

97.50

PRUDENT PRODUCE

SUPPLIES

331.00

W.W. GRAINGER, INC.

SUPPLIES

54.61

POLICY REVIEW– FIRST READING:  Hazelton moved, seconded by Herzberg to approve the first reading of policies as presented.  Policy 102 – Equal Educational Opportunity; Policy 102.E4 – Discrimination Complaint Form; Policy 500 – Objectives for Equal Educational Opportunities for Students – RESINDED; Policy 501.3 – Compulsory Attendance; Policy 501.4 – Entrance – Admissions; Policy 502.8 – Search and Seizure; Policy 507.8 – Student Special Health Services; Policy 603.1 – Basic Instruction Program; Policy 603.3 – Special Education; Policy 604.6 – Instruction at Post-Secondary Educational Institution; Policy 701.3 – Financial Records; Policy 705.1R1 – Suspension and Debarment of Vendors and Contractors Procedure; Policy 705.1R2 – Using Federal Funds in Procurement Contracts will be reviewed again next meeting for the second reading. Motion carried 7-0.

ADJOURNMENT:  Piro moved, seconded by Larsen to adjourn.  Motion carried 7-0 and the meeting was adjourned at 6:43 p.m.

Next Meeting:  – January 11, 2021, at 6:00 p.m.
 

 

 

_________________________              _____________________________

Board President                                    Board Secretary                                      

 

 

kklaassen@hcsd… Wed, 12/16/2020 - 14:54

Board Minutes - 2021.01.21 - Special Mtg

Board Minutes - 2021.01.21 - Special Mtg

 

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING

(For approval on 2-8-2021)

 

JANUARY 21, 2021

The Board met for a special meeting at 4:50 p.m. on Thursday, January 21, 2021, held in the Media Center at Harlan Community High School. President Amy Rueschenberg presided with Board members Jessica Anderson, Al Hazelton, Joni Larsen, Monte Schechinger, Seth Piro, and Joe Herzberg. Trent Grundmeyer and Kevin Fiene of Grundmeyer Leader Services were also present.

Administrators Present:               None

Media:                                        None

APPROVAL OF AMENDED AGENDA:  Schechinger moved, seconded by Hazelton, to approve the amended agenda. The agenda was amended to reduce the semi-finalists closed sessions by one.  Motion carried 7-0.

CLOSED SESSION WITH SUPERINTENDENT SEMI-FINALIST #1:  Anderson moved, seconded by Herzberg that the board go into closed session to review or discuss records which are required or authorized by state or federal law to be kept confidential pursuant to Iowa Code section 21.5(1)(a) and 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 21.5(1)(i).  Roll call votes were: Ayes: Rueschenberg, Anderson, Hazelton, Schechinger, Larsen, Piro and Herzberg. Nays: None. The board entered into closed session at 4:57 p.m.

The board returned to open session at 5:26 p.m.

CLOSED SESSION WITH SUPERINTENDENT SEMI-FINALIST #2:  Anderson moved, seconded by Herzberg that the board go into closed session to review or discuss records which are required or authorized by state or federal law to be kept confidential pursuant to Iowa Code section 21.5(1)(a) and 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 21.5(1)(i).  Roll call votes were: Ayes: Rueschenberg, Anderson, Hazelton, Schechinger, Larsen, Piro and Herzberg. Nays: None. The board entered into closed session at 5:30 p.m.

The board returned to open session at 5:47 p.m.

CLOSED SESSION WITH SUPERINTENDENT SEMI-FINALIST #3:  Anderson moved, seconded by Herzberg that the board go into closed session to review or discuss records which are required or authorized by state or federal law to be kept confidential pursuant to Iowa Code section 21.5(1)(a) and 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 21.5(1)(i).  Roll call votes were: Ayes: Rueschenberg, Anderson, Hazelton, Schechinger, Larsen, Piro and Herzberg. Nays: None. The board entered into closed session at 5:59 p.m.

The board returned to open session at 6:25 p.m.

CLOSED SESSION WITH SUPERINTENDENT SEMI-FINALIST #4:  Anderson moved, seconded by Herzberg that the board go into closed session to review or discuss records which are required or authorized by state or federal law to be kept confidential pursuant to Iowa Code section 21.5(1)(a) and 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 21.5(1)(i).  Roll call votes were: Ayes: Rueschenberg, Anderson, Hazelton, Schechinger, Larsen, Piro and Herzberg. Nays: None. The board entered into closed session at 6:31 p.m.

The board returned to open session at 6:56 p.m.

CLOSED SESSION WITH SUPERINTENDENT SEMI-FINALIST #5:  Anderson moved, seconded by Herzberg that the board go into closed session to review or discuss records which are required or authorized by state or federal law to be kept confidential pursuant to Iowa Code section 21.5(1)(a) and 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 21.5(1)(i).  Roll call votes were: Ayes: Rueschenberg, Anderson, Hazelton, Schechinger, Larsen, Piro and Herzberg. Nays: None. The board entered into closed session at 7:00 p.m.

The board returned to open session at 7:27 p.m.

CLOSED SESSION WITH SUPERINTENDENT SEMI-FINALIST #6:  Anderson moved, seconded by Herzberg that the board go into closed session to review or discuss records which are required or authorized by state or federal law to be kept confidential pursuant to Iowa Code section 21.5(1)(a) and 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 21.5(1)(i).  Roll call votes were: Ayes: Rueschenberg, Anderson, Hazelton, Schechinger, Larsen, Piro and Herzberg. Nays: None. The board entered into closed session at 7:30 p.m.

The board returned to open session at 7:56 p.m.

CLOSED SESSION WITH SUPERINTENDENT SEMI-FINALIST #7:  Anderson moved, seconded by Herzberg that the board go into closed session to review or discuss records which are required or authorized by state or federal law to be kept confidential pursuant to Iowa Code section 21.5(1)(a) and 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 21.5(1)(i).  Roll call votes were: Ayes: Rueschenberg, Anderson, Hazelton, Schechinger, Larsen, Piro and Herzberg. Nays: None. The board entered into closed session at 7:59 p.m.

The board returned to open session at 8:27 p.m.

The board took a short recess at this time.

CLOSED SESSION TO EVALUATE SUPERINTENDENT SEMI-FINALISTS:  Anderson moved, seconded by Herzberg that the board go into closed session to review or discuss records which are required or authorized by state or federal law to be kept confidential pursuant to Iowa Code section 21.5 (1)(a) and 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 21.5 (1)(i).  Roll call votes were: Ayes: Rueschenberg, Anderson, Hazelton, Herzberg, Piro, Schechinger, and Larsen. Nays: None. The board entered into closed session at 8:38 p.m.

The board returned to open session at 9:11 p.m.

ADJOURNMENT:  Hazelton moved, seconded by Piro to adjourn.  Motion carried 7-0 and the meeting was adjourned at 9:12 p.m.

Next Meeting:  – February 8, 2021, at 6:00 p.m. – Regular Meeting

_________________________               _____________________________

Board President                                    Board Secretary                                      

 

 

 

 

kklaassen@hcsd… Tue, 01/26/2021 - 16:01

Board Minutes - 2021.02.08

Board Minutes - 2021.02.08

 

HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING

(For approval on 3-8-2021)

FEBRUARY 8, 2021

The Board met for a regular meeting at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, February 8, 2021, held in the Media Center at Harlan Community High School. President Amy Rueschenberg presided with Board members Jessica Anderson, Al Hazelton, and Joe Herzberg. Joni Larsen was present via telephone. Seth Piro and Monte Schechinger were absent.

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

Media:                                        Bob Bjoin

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

DISCUSSION ITEMS: The board discussed adding a March 22nd meeting to hold a public hearing for the budget. The board also discussed the superintendent interview schedule for Thursday and a legislative update. Mr. Moser shared an administrator report.

ACTION ITEMS:

RESIGNATION OF PERSONNEL:  Herzberg moved, seconded by Hazelton to approve the resignation of Diane Mumm as Elementary Food Service; Shirley Ryan as High School Food Service; Niccole Rhiner as Middle School Special Education Associate; and Sarah Ritchie as Elementary Special Education Associate.  Motion carried 5-0.

EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONNEL:  Anderson moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the employment of Laura Monahan as Elementary Food Service and Lisa Farr as Elementary Food Service.  Motion carried 5-0. 

 

APPROVAL OF IOWA WESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE ACADEMY PROGRAM AGREEMENTS ADDENDUM:   Hazelton moved, seconded by Anderson to approve the IWCC academy program agreements addendum as presented. Motion carried 5-0.

APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA:  Hazelton moved, seconded by Larsen to approve the consent agenda as presented.  This included the minutes from the previous board meetings, accounts payable for January and February, February General Fund (Operating Warrants), Trust Fund Warrants, Agency Fund Warrants, Physical Plant and Equipment Fund Warrants, Financial Reports, and Non-Personnel contracts. The approved warrants are as follows:
 

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OPERATING FUND

   

AHLERS & COONEY, P.C.

LEGAL SERVICES

1,307.50

AHSTW COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

OPEN ENROLLMENT/SPED BILLING

16,581.91

AMAZON SYNCHRONY BANK

SCCS ESSER FUND PURCHASES

903.06

BAXTER LUMBER AND HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

79.71

BONINE GARAGE DOORS

REPAIRS

795.00

BONSALL TV & APPLIANCE, INC.

EQUIPMENT REPAIRS

217.70

CAM COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

OPEN ENROLLMENT TUITION

10,143.87

CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY

SUPPLIES

1,652.60

CARQUEST

PARTS

282.18

CDW GOVERNMENT INC.

SCCS ESSER/GEER FUND PURCHASES

6,000.86

CENTRAL IOWA DISTRIBUTING INC.

SUPPLIES

1,273.00

CINTAS

LAUNDRY

111.80

CJ STORK PROPERTIES, LLC

COVID FACILITY RENTAL

750.00

CLAYTON RIDGE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

OPEN ENROLLMENT TUITION

7,213.23

COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE

REPAIRS

20.00

COUNCIL BLUFFS COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

SPED BILLING

2,805.22

DELTA DENTAL

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

9,728.88

EASTERN NEBRASKA HUMAN SERVICES

SPED BILLING

1,584.00

FARM SERVICE COOP

FUEL

10,238.89

FARMERS MUTUAL COOP TELEPHONE CO.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

3,795.38

FATHER FLANAGAN'S BOY'S HOME

WELL MANAGED SCHOOLS TRAINING

4,873.08

FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES

SUPPLIES

475.27

GREAT PRAIRIE AEA

SUPPLIES

60.00

GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES

COPIER LEASES

1,585.00

HARLAN MUNICIPAL UTILITIES

UTILITIES

36,396.76

HARLAN NEWSPAPERS

SUPPLIES/LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

385.70

HARRIS BANK P-CARD

TRAVEL/SUPPLIES/POSTAGE

7,227.57

HOME PRO VACUUM CENTERS

EQUIPMENT AND REPAIRS

1,783.08

IKM MANNING COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

SPED BILLING/CONCURRENT ENROLL.

25,399.31

INSTRUMENTALIST CO.

AWARDS

242.25

IOWA SCHOOL FINANCE INFORMATION SYSTEMS

BACKGROUND CHECKS

84.00

IOWA WESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT CLASSES

99,741.00

J.W. PEPPER & SON, INC.

MATERIALS

21.50

KENDALL/HUNT PUBLISHING COMPANY

MATH MATERIALS

8,820.14

LEARNER LAB LLC

SCCS TITLE IIA PURCHASES

119.02

LEARNING A-Z

SUPPLIES

1,728.00

LIFESCAPE - CHILDREN'S CARE

SPED BILLING

8,258.00

MADISON NATIONAL LIFE

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

2,693.73

MATHESON TRI-GAS INC

MATERIALS

567.07

NAPA

SUPPLIES

60.66

NEWCOMB, MATTHEW

PHONE REIMBURSEMENT

120.00

O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC.

PARTS

169.20

PETERSEN FAMILY WELLNESS CENTER

WELLNESS PROGRAM

31.50

POWERSCHOOL

SOFTWARE RENEWAL

9,475.29

ROGERS PEST CONTROL LLC

PEST CONTROL

212.00

RSM US LLP

EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE

5,773.25

SOLUTION TREE, LLC

SCCS TITLE IIA PURCHASES

207.93

SONDERMAN CLEANING SERVICE

PURCHASED SERVICES

85.00

STA-BILT CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

SNOW REMOVAL

12,695.00

STILL WATER YOGA LLC

SWIA MHDS GRANT EXPENDITURES

2,000.00

STUDER HARLAN DO IT BEST HARDWARE

SUPPLIES

45.78

TRICENTER COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

SPED BILLING

5,338.56

TRUCK CENTER COMPANIES

PARTS

15.37

U.S. CELLULAR

COVID PURCHASED SERVICES

425.30

VERIZON WIRELESS

TELEPHONE SERVICE

530.75

VISUAL EDGE INC. DBA COUNSEL OFFICE

COPIER LEASES

3,097.88

W.W. GRAINGER, INC.

SUPPLIES

2,220.98

WELLMARK BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

129,692.54

WILLIAM H. SADLIER, INC

SUPPLIES

86.52

WOODBINE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

OPEN ENROLLMENT TUITION

3,606.62

     

STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

   

ARKFELD, MARK

OFFICIATING

75.00

ATLANTIC BOTTLING CO.

SUPPLIES

7.63