Edgemont School District 23-1
November 12, 2019
The Edgemont School District 23-1 board of education met in regular session on Tuesday, November 14, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. in the Edgemont School Library. Chairman Darrow called the meeting to order with members Connie Gerard, Susan Humiston, Shane Miller and Justin Printz present.
Administration present: Amy Ferley, Superintendent, Brad Zachow, K-12 Principal and Diane Stevens, Business Manager were present.
The Board recited the Pledge of Allegiance.
There was no tour of the facilities.
Motion by Miller seconded by Printz to approve the agenda as presented.
Motion by Printz seconded by Miller to approve the minutes of October 14, 2019.
Motion Printz seconded by Miller to go into executive session to discuss personnel at 7:05 p.m.
The board came out of executive session at 7:07 p.m.
The financial reports were reviewed.
Receipts And Cash Balances - October 2019:
General Fund Receipts: Taxes $27,474.57; Interest $279.26; Admissions $952.00; Refund Prior Yr. Expenditure $974.00; Medicaid Admin Pmt. $739.45; County Apportionment $2,032.56; State Aid $32,392.00; FFVP $702.00; REAP $15,154.00.
Balance 10/01/19 - $636,066.14. Total Receipts $80,699.84; October $126,979.17; GL Adjustment $95.00; Balance 10/31/19- $589,691.81.
Capital Outlay Receipts: Taxes $10,808.22.
Balance 10/01/19- $930,536.59. Total Receipts $10,808.22; October Claims $3,952.57; Balance 10/31/19 $937,392.24.
Special Education Receipts: Taxes $6,181.69; State Aid $1,982.00; Flow-through 611 $20,771.00.
Balance 10/01/19- ($38,800.04). Total Receipts $28,934.69; October Claims $28,954.28; GL Adjustment ($39.18); Balance 10/31/19 ($38,819.63).
Pension Fund Receipts: Taxes $0.00.
Balance 10/01/19- $183,143. 92. Total Receipts $0.00; October Claims $.00; Balance 10/31/19 $183,143.92.
Food Service Receipts: Sales to Pupils $1,939.17. Sales to Adults $382.33; A la Carte Sales $1,950.21; Federal Reimbursement $3,342.19.
Balance 10/01/19 - $3,565.68. Total Receipts $7,613.90; October Claims $10,568.47; Balance 10/31/19 $611.11.
Motion by Printz seconded by Gerard, to approve payment of claims as presented.
November Claims - General Fund: Elementary, Payroll, 35,940.42; High School, Payroll, 23,716.98; Title 1, Payroll, 4,854.90; Guidance Office, Payroll, 3,265.34; Library, Payroll, 1,750.31; Technology, Payroll, 4,191.33; Board of Education, Payroll, 193.77; Superintendent, Payroll, 6,969.91; Principal, Payroll, 8,531.00; Business Office, Payroll, 6,309.15; Maintenance, Payroll, 6,670.75; Bus Driver, Payroll, 171.43; Fresh Fruits & Vegetables, Payroll, 214.04; Boy’s Athletics, Payroll, 8,702.54; Girls Athletics, Payroll, 3,493.82; Co-Curricular Transportation, Payroll, 1,426.26; Co-Curricular, Payroll, 264.28; Amazon, 15 Outlet Surge Protectors, Water Fountain, 614.12; ASBSD, Region Meeting Fee-Ferley, Gerard, Humiston, 35.00; Baymont Oacoma, Motel for Perkins Grant Conference, 213.28; Best Western Ramkota Hotel, Business Office Travel, 204.00; Billbrey, Jana, Mileage paid to Parents, 319.20; Black Hills Energy, Electricity, 3,892.67; Brown, Terri, Mileage paid to parents, 302.40; Brunson, Katie, Mileage paid to parents, 77.28; BW Gas & Convenience Retail LLC, Ice & fuel for vehicles, 1,146.68; Century Business Products, Inc., Copier Maintenance & Overages, 558.17; Cheyenne Sanitation, Trash Removal, 390.00; City of Edgemont, Water/Sewer, 279.10; Climate Control, Maintenance Purchased, 549.72; Fall River County Herald, Notice of Audit, Meeting Minutes, 341.21; Fennell Design Inc., Building Crack Monitoring, 1,227.88; Follett School Solutions, Library Computer Support, 1,042.50; G & N LLC, Bus Driver Training, 250.00; G & R Controls, Inc., Maintenance Repair, 422.96; Golden West, Telephone, 342.59; Hauge, Vickie, Mileage paid to parents, 571.20; Heyn, Brittany, Mileage paid to parents, 208.32; Hillyard/Sioux Falls, Maintenance Supplies, 246.59; KT Connections, Inc., Repairs to Security Cameras, DNS Issues, 1,376.50; Lauritsen, Pamela, Mileage paid to Parents, 252.00; Mannatec – FDR, Fuel for Vehicles, 245.17
Mark’s Plumbing, Maintenance Supply, 405.73; Moran, Linda, Mileage paid to Parents, 127.01; Nelson’s Oil & Gas, Inc., Heating Propane & Fuel, 11,017.06; Nyquist, Eva, Mileage paid to Parents, 510.72; Positive Promotions, Inc., Red Ribbon Week Supplies, 112.35; Prairie Hills Transit, October Bus Service, 680.00; Printz, Melody, Mileage paid to Parents, 268.80; Quill Corporation, 6 Thinline Clocks & Printer Cartridges, 521.93; Ranchers Feed & Supply, Inc., Spark plug for mower, 488.15; Rapid Fire Protection Inc., Fix Inspection Defecencies, 1,081.63; Reinhart Food Service, LLC, Fruit for FFVP, 969.75; Reutter, Rebecca, Mileage paid to Parents, 79.80; Rhodes, April, Mileage paid to Parents, 588.00; Richard Pluimer, Prof. L.L.C., September Legal Issues, 300.00; Schaack, Paula, Mileage paid to parents, 94.08; School Specialty, Inc., Elementary Supply, 75.37; Simmons, Savanna, Mileage paid to Parents, 386.40; Stevens Automotive, Tire tube and Mount, 17.32; Stevens Plumbing, Maintenance Repairs, 377.01; Swier Law Firm, Prof. LLC, Superintendent Supplies, 179.35; Tonkin, Kari, Mileage paid to parents, 252.00; Trugreen Processing Center, Lawn Service, 333.12; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund, 10-10 Ref HSVB vs Sioux County, 210.76; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund, 10-10 Ref HSVB vs Sioux County, 152.80; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund, Homecoming Crown & Tiara, 79.85; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund, Homecoming Bouquet. 46.25; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund, Fuel for Equinox to Pierre, 27.38; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund, 10-18 Ref HSVFB vs Dupree, 125.00; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund, 10-18 Ref HSVFB vs Dupree, 125.00; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund, 10-18 Ref HSVFB vs Dupree, 125.00; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund, 10-18 Ref HSVFB vs Dupree, 229.16; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund, 10-18 Ref HSVFB vs Dupree, 125.00; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund, 10-21 Ref HSVB vs Custer, 190.60; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund, 10-21 Ref HSVB vs Custer, 115.00; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund, Library & VB Travel, Maintenance Supply, 1,804.60; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund, 10-24 Ref HSVB vs Moorcroft, 186.40; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund, 10-24 Ref HSVB vs Moorcroft, 115.00; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund, Reimburse for Def for Bus, 14.05; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund, Postage, 96.27; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund, Cash for State Choir/Orchestra Meals, 714.00; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund, October Payroll Processing, 10.25; Wellmark, November Health Insurance, 15,218.40; Fund Total: 170,351.12
Special Education: Special Education Teachers, Payroll, 22,030.62; Special Education Administration, Payroll, 2,679.16; Small Talk Speech Therapy, Inc., October 2019 Speech Therapy, 3,975.00; Wellmark, November Health Insurance, 997.60; Fund Total: 29,682.38
Food Service Fund: Food Service, Payroll, 4,821.52; Child and Adult Nutrition Services, Food For Lunchroom, 139.77; Dean Foods, Food for Lunchroom, 709.84; Owens, Dick, Lunch & Classroom Milk Credits, 414.59; Reinhart Food Service, LLC, Food For Lunchroom, 4,697.10; Sonny’s Super Foods, Food for Lunchroom, 54.91; Fund Total: 10,837.73
Checking Account Total: 210,871.23
Mrs. Hollenbeck gave a report on the State Choir trip and other staff happenings.
Mrs. Stevens, Mrs. Ferley and Mr. Zachow gave their administrative reports.
The maintenance and transportation reports were reviewed.
Mrs. Humiston gave the Black Hills Special Services report.
Motion by Humiston seconded by Miller to accept the telephone system update proposal from Golden West Technologies for $34,850.00.
The Board discussed the proposal from KT Connections to update the door lock system. The Board requested Mrs. Ferley find out more detail on the proposal before a decision is made.
Motion by Gerard seconded by Humiston to accept the resignation of Karen Ley effective October 16, 2019.
Motion by Humiston seconded by Printz to approve Scott Corbett as the long term substitute for the Geography class at the substitute rate of $50/Instructional Period.
Motion by Miller seconded by Printz to set the substitute rate for Barb Ditmanson as a Special Education substitute $150.00/day.
Motion by Printz seconded by Gerard to approve Lujean Haskvitz as a substitute pending the receipt of acceptable background check.
Motion by Miller seconded by Gerard to approve Dustin Christensen as a volunteer.
The Board looked over public school exemption PSE-2019-20(04).
Connie Gerard left the meeting at 8:00 p.m.
Motion by Humiston seconded by Darrow to postpone the book study discussion – Moving the Rock, chapters 7-8 to the next regular meeting.
Motion by Miller seconded by Darrow to adjourn the meeting at 8:07 p.m.
Diane Stevens, Business Manager
Gary Darrow, Chairman
Published once at the total approximate cost of $103.95
Published: Nov. 21, 2019