Board of Education of the Oelrichs School District 23-3
Regular Board Meeting
January 13, 2020
Call to Order: The Board of Education of the Oelrichs School District 23-3 met in regular session on January 13, 2020 in the Superintendent’s office. The meeting was called to order by Dave Osmotherly, Board President, at 5:30 p.m.
Pledge of Allegiance
Roll Call: Members Present: Dave Osmotherly, Lance Tlustos, John Cope, Vince Logue, and Jennifer Her Many Horses.
Others Present: Dr. Mitchell Stone, Principal - Darla Peterson, and Business Manager - Valerie Sword.
Motion by Logue, second by Cope, to approve December 16, 2019 meeting minutes. Motion carried.
Motion by Her Many Horses, second by Logue, to approve the agenda as presented. Motion carried.
*All actions recorded in these minutes were by unanimous vote unless otherwise noted.
Public Participation: No public participation.
Reports: Board Reports: Logue shared information about the SD Retirement Board application process for anyone interested in pursuing that position.
Administration Reports: Dr. Stone informed the board that the 7002 Impact Aid application was ready for submission and the 7003 should be complete and submitted by the end of next week.
Update on the construction project – the sprinkler system will need 58 lbs per square inch and the Geotech survey should be completed within a few weeks. Dr. Stone recognized Terri Cornay for her hard work and professionalism during the Child and Adult Nutrition Administrative Audit. The audit was completed successfully. Principal Peterson gave the board information about the professional development that has been provided to the teachers. She also gave kudos to the students who attended LNI in Rapid and was proud of their performance and behavior.
Financials: Sword presented claims and monthly financial reports. Tlustos moved and Her Many Horses seconded to accept the financial reports and claims as presented.
Oelrichs School District 23-3 February 2020 Board Approved Invoices.
10 General Fund: A&B Welding, Supplies, 703.17; Ace- Chadron, Supplies, 35.84; Ace, Supplies, 332.55; Adobe, Service, 15.66; All Seasons Screen Printing, Supplies, 219.24; Amazon, Supplies, 1,063.99; At&T Mobility, Cell Phones, 173.65; Avera, Service, 82.55; Black Bear, Emmanuel, Cultural Consultant, 500.00; Black Hills Chemical Co., Supplies, 81.19; Bh Electric Coop., Electricity, 4,799.65; Blacksmith, Julie, Official, 325.00; Brewer, Vince, Official, 205.00; Builders First Source, Supplies, 137.39; Bull Bear- Around Him, Jolene, Official, 406.24; Burger King, Travel, 15.92; Cash-Wa Distributing, Food, 368.59; Cheyenne Sanitation, Garbage, 373.46; China Pantry, Travel, 103.97; Clifford, Patrick, Official, 137.12; Culligan Water, Water, 287.50; Dc Vip Cab, Travel, 53.68; Dept. Of Transportation, Diesel, 505.26; Dci, Service, 43.25; Dixon, Carter, Official, 485.00; Dollar Tree Stores, Supplies, 12.78; Eaglehawk, Jessica, Consultant, 500.00; Elo, Professional Services, 6,311.55; Enterprise Financial Services Llc, Service, 164.24; Fall River County Herald, Publishing, 114.90; Fleet & Travel Management, Travel, 43.12; Floyd’s Truck Center, Service, 2,372.39; Golden Corral, Travel, 157.28; Golden West, Technology Services, 3,498.25; Golden West, Phone Line, 348.95; Harbor Freight Tools, Supplies, 33.96; Hauff Mid America Sports, Supplies, 599.95; Heinemann, Supplies, 0.00; Hills Toilet Service, Services, 360.00; Hillyard/Sioux Falls, Supplies, 280.80; Hyatt Regency Washington, Travel, 1,090.08; Kili Radio, Advertisement, 357.00; Kills Small, Krista, Official, 450.00; Kirkeby, Sheryl, Reimburse, 55.38; Lakota Country Times, Publishing, 65.00; Menards, Supplies, 240.55; Mid American Research Chemical, Supplies, 157.31; Midwest Bus Parts, Supplies, 106.65; Newell School District, Athletic, 86.26; Osmotherly, Dave, Service, 200.00; Patrons Coop, Diesel, 2,466.50; Peterson, Darla, Reimburse, 48.69; Pizza Ranch, Travel, 22.62; Red Stone Strategic Solutions, Professional Services, 10,508.75; Rouillard, Jada, Official, 60.00; Rouillardt, T’lea, Official, 50.00; Sears, Supplies, 399.00; Servall Towel & Linen, Service, 406.60; Shot With Arrow, Milo, Official, 858.96; Stan Evans Consulting Service, Reimburse, 118.13; Staybridge Suites Rapid City, Travel, 5,545.54; Sword, Valerie, Reimburse, 69.09; Time Management Systems, Service, 164.00; Tobacco, Mary, Official, 964.04; United Air, Travel, 2,226.00; Us Postal Service, Postage, 110.00; Venenga, Elizabeth, Professional Services, 4,000.00; Wal-Mart Community, Supplies, 139.38; Wendland, Official, 57.72
General Fund: 57,276.29
Fund Balance: 64,328.40
21 Capital Outlay: Cbp, Copy Machine Rental, 553.71; Hauff Mid America Sports, Supplies, 1,900.00
Capital Outlay: 2,453.71
Fund Balance: 343,508.12
22 Special Education Fund: Amazon, Supplies, 35.87; Creative Kids Therapy, Consultant, 1,833.46; Hameray Publishing Group, Supplies, 1,065.35; Heinemann, Supplies, 467.50; Just For Kids Speech Therapy, Llc, Service, 5,500.00
Special Education Fund: 8,902.18
Fund Balance: 24,666.20
51 Food Service: Cash-Wa Distributing, Food Supplies, 3,690.13; Dean Dairy Holdings Llc, Milk, 592.23; Sd Dept. Of Ed. - Child & Adult Nutrition, Commodity, 662.43 ; Servall Towel & Linen, Service, 45.92
Food Service: 4,990.71
Fund Balance: -6,467.44
Checking Account Id: 73,622.89
Fund Balance: 269,851.01
71 Trust & Agency Fund
Fund Balance: 17,027.21
School Board Election: Motion by Logue, second by Her Many Horses, to hold the annual school election as a combined election with Fall River County on June 2, 2020.
Student Technology Use: Principal Peterson requested that the board approve a policy that states students will not use cell phones or ear buds while at school. The board will have the first reading of the policy at the next board meeting.
NAFIS Conference: The spring NAFIS conference is scheduled for March 15 – 17. Board members interested in attending would be leaving on March 14 and returning on the 18th. Members planning on attending are Her Many Horses and Tlustos.
Contracts: No action taken.
Student Enrollment: Motion by Her Many Horses, second by Logue to accept the applications from students 1,2,4,5,7,8; reject the application of student 3, and hold until receive the transcripts for student 6 as presented by Principal Peterson.
Executive Session: Motion by Her Many Horses, second by Logue, to go into executive session at 5:54 p.m., for SDCL 1-25-2.1 Employee matters. The Board came out of executive session at 6:00 p.m.
SDCL 1-25-2.1 Employee matters: Discussing the qualifications, competence, performance, character, or fitness of any public officer or employee, prospective public officer or employee. The term “employee” does not include any independent contractor.
Personnel: No action taken
Adjournment: Logue moved, second by Tlustos to adjourn the meeting at 6:03 p.m.
Attested to by CEO/Superintendent Stone
Published once at the total approximate cost of $88.20
Published: Feb. 27, 2020