Proceedings_Edgemont School District September 14, 2020

Proceedings

Edgemont School Board
Edgemont School District 23-1
September 14, 2020
The Edgemont School District 23-1 board of education met in regular session on Monday, September 14, 2020, 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.
The Board recited the Pledge of Allegiance.
Unless otherwise noted, all Board action was by unanimous decision.
The Board took a tour of the buildings.    
Motion by Gerard seconded by Printz to approve the agenda with the following change: II. Executive Session A. Personnel will not be needed.
Motion by Humiston seconded by Gerard to approve the minutes from the August 10, 2020 meeting.
The financial reports were reviewed.
Receipts And Cash Balances - August 2020:
General Fund Receipts: Taxes $4,392.01; Interest $18.65; Admissions $590.00; Other Pupil Activity Income $595.00; Medicaid Admin Pmt $1,657.44; Misc. Local Revenue $2,842.09; County Apportionment $1,123.31; State Aid $31,346.00; PILT $18,635.23.
Balance 08/01/20 - $968,374.42. Total Receipts $61,199.73; August Claims $133,592.93; GL Adjustment $16,041.34; Balance 08/31/20- $879,939.88.
Capital Outlay Receipts: Taxes $3,216.33.        
Balance 08/01/20- $1,144,921.59. Total Receipts $3,216.33; August Claims $48,735.52; GL Adjustment Balance $2,076.61; 07/31/20 $1,101,479.01.
Special Education Receipts: Taxes $2,019.01; IDEA 619 $1,038.00.        
Balance 08/01/20- $15,720.53. Total Receipts $3,057.01; August Claims $2,856.50; GL Adjustment $9,494.14; Balance 08/31/20 $6,426.90.    
Food Service Receipts: Sales to Pupils $1,863.18; Sales to Adults $23.00; A la Carte Sales $530.00.
Balance 08/01/20-($1,234.44). Total Receipts $2,416.18; August Claims $242.88; Balance 08/31/20 $938.86.
Motion by Printz, seconded by Gerard, to approve payment of claims as presented.
General Fund: Elementary, Payroll, 35,313.45; High School, Payroll, $22,960.04; Title 1, Payroll, 6,413.15; Friday School/ELT, Payroll, 681.90; Guidance Office, Payroll, 3,370.51; Library, Payroll, 872.72; Technology, Payroll, 3,819.73; Superintendent, Payroll, 7,007.99; Principal, Payroll, 8,776.94; Business Office, Payroll, 6,369.87; Maintenance, Payroll, 7,213.48; Bus Driver, Payroll, 39.18; Fresh Fruits & Vegetables, Payroll, 12.17; Boy’s Athletics, Payroll, 159.44; Girls Athletics, Payroll, 159.36; Co-Curricular Transportation, Payroll, 272.12; Co-Curricular, Payroll, 164.09; Access Elevator Inc., Preventative Maint. & Annual Safety Test, 927.00; AdTech Inc., Annual Alarm & Sprinkler Inspection, 1,250.00; Amazon, Misc. Classroom & Tech & Maint. Supplies, 2,591.29; ASBSD, 2020 ASBSD - SASD Virtual Convention, 300.00; ASBSD Property/Liability Insurance, 2021 Insurance, 62,200.00; ASBSD Workers Compensation, 2021 Worker’s Compensation, 4,136.00; BHSSC, Professional Development - Data Retreat, 1,200.00; Black Hills Energy, August Electricity, 3,641.46; Brain Pop, BrainPOP and BrainPOP Jr Teacher Subscript, 405.00; BW Gas & Convenience Retail LLC, Fuel for vehicles, In-service Supplies, 397.69; Century Business Products, Inc., Copier Maintenance, 410.70; City of Edgemont, August Water/Sewer, 296.10; Classroom Resource Center, Elementary Supplies, 129.99; Climate Control, Maintenance Repair, 10,456.00; Council on College Admission in SD, Counselor Registration Fees, 40.00; Eberle Specialty Electric, Maintenance Repair - Trimmer, 99.80; Fall River County Herald, August 10 Minutes, Notice of Audit, 148.77; Floyd’s Truck Center, Fuel Filter Bus #12, 82.20; FMG Engineering, Engineering Services, 2,078.40; Golden West, Telephone, 357.50; Grainger, Maintenance Supplies, 267.72; Hauge, Vickie, Mileage paid to parents, 168.00; Hat Creek Grill, In-service Lunch, 320.00; Hi-D-Way Oil & Gas, Propane for Heat, Diesel Fuel – Heat, 6,101.30; Hillyard/Sioux Falls, Maintenance Supply, 680.18; Jarman, Brett, Building Repair, 123.00; Mastercard, Misc.Supply & Equipment & Purchase Service, 912.64; Neiffer, Jacqueline, Back Ground Check, 43.25; Nyquist, Eva, Mileage paid to parents, 134.40; Olson’s Pest Technicians, Maintenance Purchased Services, 575.00; OverDrive, Annual - School Digital Library, 250.00; Powerplan, Maintenance Supply, 113.65; Printz, Melody, Mileage paid to parents, 67.20; Quill Corporation, Misc. Supplies, 1,860.98; Ranchers Feed & Supply, Inc., Maintenance Supplies, 609.92; Reinhart Food Service, LLC, Food for FFVP & Open House, 482.20; Rhodes, April, Mileage paid to parents, 84.00; Richard Pluimer, Prof. L.L.C., July Legal Matters, 887.50; Riddell/All American, Boys Athletic Supplies, 205.68; Sander Sanitation Service, Garbage Removal, 257.00; School Health Corporation, Hand Sanitizer, 110.45; School Nurse Supply, Inc., k-12 Supplies, 42.32; School Specialty, Inc., HS Science Supplies, 1,080.48; Simmons, Savanna, Mileage paid to parents, 168.00; Social Studies School Service, Guidance Supply, 38.06; Southern Hills Fire & Safety, Recharge #5 in Lunchroom, 26.00; Stevens Automotive, Bus #12 - Change Oil, Replace Window, 445.26; Terri, Brown, Mileage paid to parents, 84.00; Training Room Inc., Boys & Girls Athletics, 500.58; Trugreen Processing Center, Maintenance Purchased Services, 508.12; Sam’s Club, In-service/Open House Supplies, 168.34; SD Dept. of Revenue, Sales Tax Late Payment Fee, 5.00; Mastercard, Misc. Supplies & Equipment, 1,607.86; David Dahl, 08-28 Ref HSVFB vs Crawford, 125.00; James Harvey, 08-28 Ref HSVFB vs Crawford, 193.88; Jared Karsky, 08-28 Ref HSVFB vs Crawford, 125.00; Eric Lowe, 08-28 Ref HSVFB vs Crawford, 125.00; Tim Slama, 08-28 Ref HSVFB vs Crawford, 125.00; Brett Distel, 09-01 Ref JV & Varsity VB vs Hill City, 115.00; Tanya Nelson, 09-01 Ref JV & Varsity VB vs Hill City, 183.88; First Interstate Bank, August Payroll Processing Fees, 9.50; Universal Athletic Bozeman, Misc. Athletic Supplies, 961.06; Vanway Trophy & Award, Inc., 5 Lobby Plaque Plates, 18.75; Welmark, September Health Insurance, 15,831.40; Wilson Electric, LLC, Building Repairs, 2,320.50; Fund Total: 233,816.10
Capital Outlay: Amazon, Bottle Filling Station, Textbooks, Equip, 3,332.43; Follett School Solutions, 3 Library Books, 54.00; Grainger, Water Cooler w/Bottle Filling Station, 1,219.37; KT Connections, Inc., Axis Camera Upgrade, 18,881.00; Mastercard, Vacuum – Maintenance, 158.00; Riverside Technologies, Inc., 45 MS Computers, 23,535.00; Trust & Agency Imprest Fund: Woodwind Brasswind, 2 Cymbal & 2 Snare Drum Stands, 494.12; Fund Total: 47,673.92
Special Education Fund: Special Education Teachers, Payroll, 13,624.96; Special Education Administration, Payroll, 4,190.03; Amazon, Classroom Supplies, 38.43; Change Healthcare, August Web MD Services, 42.54; Fall River Health Services, May PT, 50.00; Mastercard – Walmart, 24 Sets Avery Index Dividers, 73.74; School Specialty, Inc., Special Ed Classroom Supplies, 389.74; Small Talk Speech Therapy, Inc., August Speech Therapy, 705.00 Trust & Agency Imprest Fund: I Know It, Practice Math Testing Purchase Service, 150.00; Wellmark, September Health Insurance, 1,760.60; Wilson Language Training Corp, Wilson Language Workbooks, 540.00; Fund Total: 21,565.04
Food Service Fund: Food Service, Payroll, 1,858.27; Dean Foods, Food for Lunchroom, 480.54; Reinhart Food Service, LLC, Food & supply for Lunchroom, 824.33; Fund Total: 3,163.14
Checking Account Total: 306,218.20
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 Printz seconded by Miller to add Brian Peters to the Essential Employee List.
Motion by Humiston seconded by Miller to approve the 2020-2021 Budget and pass the following resolution:
Adoption of Annual Budget:
Let it be resolved , that the School Board of the Edgemont School District 23-1, after duly considering the proposed budget and its changes thereto, to be published in accordance with SDCL 13-11-2 hereby approves and adopts its proposed budget and changes thereto, to be its Annual Budget for the fiscal year July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021.
The adopted Annual budget levy requests are as follows:
Tax Dollar Request         Tax Levy Request
General Fund: $     Or    General Fund AG = Maximum $1.443/per $1,000 of Valuation
                OO = Maximum $3.229/per $1,000 of Valuation
                OTH = Maximum $6.683/per $1,000 of Valuation
Opt Out: $150,000.00
Special Ed Fund: $    Or     Special Ed Fund Maximum $1.684/per $1,000 of Valuation
Capital Outlay: 426,773.00
Gary Darrow, Board President     
Diane Stevens, Business Manager
General and Special Ed levies may be requested in a dollar amount or a dollar/thousand.
Bond redemption, General opt out, and Capital Outlay MUST be requested as a dollar amount.
Changes to the proposed 2020-2021 budget that have been incorporated into the final budget are as follows:
Revenue    Description    Budgeted    Change    Final Budget
General Fund
10 4151    FFVP-Fed. Grant    $5,568.00    $1,508.00    $7,076.00 Per Final Grant Alloc.
10 451    Cares Act -
       Federal Grant    $0.00    $38,250.00    $38,250.00 Should be GF Expen.
Added to Budget            $39,758.00    $45,326.00
Total Budget Increase:                     $39,758.00
Capital Outlay
21 4151    Cares Act-
       Federal Grant    -$38,250.00    $38,250.00    $0.00 Should be GF Expend.
        -$38,250.00
Total Budget Decrease:                         -$38,250.00
Expenditure     Description    Budgeted    Change    Final Budget
General Fund                Correct coding for J Neiffer
                & final salaries
10 1111 112 000    Elementary Aides    $0.00    +$12,946.00    $12,946.00
10 1111 210 000    Elementary OASI    $26,580.00    +$1,352.00    $27,932.00
10 1111 000 220 000    Elementary Retire.    $20,847.00    +$641.00    $21,488.00
10 1111 000 230 000    Elem. Health/Life    $31,791.00    -$1,461.00    $30,330.00
                Correct for final salaries
10 1131 000 111 000    HS Teachers    $211.124.00    +$501.00    $211.625.00
10 1131 000 140 000    HS Comp. Absence     $0.00      +$4,020.00     $4,020.00
10 1131 000 210 000    HS Teachers OASI     $16,151.00     +$1,159.00     $17,310.00
10 1131 0000 230 000    HS Teachers Health/Life     $26,317.00    -$1,307.00     $25,010.00
                Correct coding for J Neiffer
10 1273 000 111 090    Title 1 Salary - REAP     $6,357.00     + $9,553.00     $15,910.00
10 1273 000 210 090    Title 1 OASI- REAP     $3,498.00     - $2,231.00     $1,267.00
10 1273 000 220 090     Title 1 Retire.-REAP     $2,743.00     - $1,788.00     $955.00
10 1273 000 230 090     Title 1 Health/Life - REAP     $7,270.00     - $7,006.00     $264.00
                Correct for final salaries
10 2227 000 113 050     Technology Salaries     $44,885.00     - $4,520.00     $40,365.00
10 2227 000 210 050     Technology OASI     $3,434.00     - $346.00     $3,088.00
10 2227 000 220 050     Technology Retire.     $1,537.00     + $885.00     $2,422.00
                Per final allocation
10 2562 000 114 010     FFVP Salaries     $900.00     + $100.00     $1,000.00
10 2562 000 210 010     FFVP OASI     $0.00     + $76.00     $76.00
10 2562 000 220 010     FFVP Retirement     $0.00     + $60.00     $60.00
10 2562 000 411 010     FFVP Consumable Supp.    $300.00     + $300.00     $600.00
10 2562 000 461 010     FFVP Purchased Food     $4,453.00     + $887.00     $5,340.00
                Add Cares-Act -
                Should be GF Expenditures
10 2549 000 323 000     Building Repair     $25,000.00     + $38,250.00     $63,250.00
                Added Coaching Salaries
10 6200 000 111 000     Girls Athletics - Certified     $0.00     + $11,076.00    $11,076.00
10 6200 000 114 000     Girls Athletics - Classified     $0.00     + $7,821.00     $7,821.00
10 6200 000 210 000     Girls Athletics - OASI     $0.00     + $1,446.00     $1,446.00
10 6200 000 220 000     Girls Athletics - Retire.    $0.00     + $847.00     $847.00
        $433,187.00     + $73,261.00     $506,448.00
Total Budget Increase:                   $73,261.00
Motion by Gerard seconded by Printz to sign open enrollment form OE 2020-21(01), OE 2020-21(02), OE 2020-21(03) and OE2020-21(04).
The board directed Chairman Darrow to sign Public School Exemption PSE 2020-21(02), PSE 2020-21(03), PSE 2020-21(04), PSE 2020-21(05).
Motion by Printz, seconded by Miller to move parent teacher conferences from September 17, 2020 to October 1, 2020.
Motion by Humiston seconded by Gerard to sign the contract with Fall River Health Service Rehabilitation Services for the 20-21 school year.
Motion by Humiston seconded by Printz approve the staff participation in the Sentinel Surveillance Testing Program.
The Board reviewed the Edgemont School Pandemic Plan and has determined it will change the 48 hour closure for cleaning to overnight cleaning.
Motion by Gerard seconded by Printz to adjourn the meeting at 8:00 p.m.
Minutes Approved
Diane Stevens, Business Manager
Gary Darrow, Chairman
Published once at the total approximate cost of $212.80
Published: Oct. 1, 2020

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