Proceedings_Edgemont School District November 14. 2022

Proceedings

Edgemont School District 23-1
November 14, 2022
The Edgemont School District 23-1 board of education met in regular session on Monday, November 14, 2022, at 7:00 p.m. in the Edgemont School Library. Chairman Darrow called the meeting to order with members Susan Humiston, Shane Miller, Justin Printz and Dustin Ross present.
Administration present: Amy Ferley, Superintendent, Barry Scott, Principal/AD and Diane Stevens, Business Manager,
The Board recited the Pledge of Allegiance.
Motion by Humiston seconded by Printz to approve the agenda as presented.
Motion by Miller seconded by Ross to approve the October 10, 2022 minutes.
Motion by Printz, seconded by Humiston to go into executive session pursuant to SDCL 1-25-2(1) to discuss personnel matters at 7:03 p.m.
The board came out of executive session at 7:12 p.m.
The financial reports were reviewed.
Receipts And Cash Balances - October 2022
General Fund Receipts: Taxes $301,216.76; Interest $2,101.77; Admissions $482.00; Other Pupil Activity Income $75.00; Misc. Local Revenue $250.00; County Apportionment $1,205.43; State Aid $38,561.00, Compensation for Loss of GFA $12,376.28.,
Balance 10/01/22 - $692,907.67. Total Receipts $356,268.24; October Claims $170,632.73; GL Adjustment $540.79; Balance 10/31/22- $878,002.39.
Capital Outlay Receipts: Taxes $100,984.71.
Balance 10/01/22 - $1,576,376.02. Total Receipts $100,984.71; October Claims $46,074.93; Balance 10/31/22 $1,631,285.80.
Special Education Receipts: Taxes $67,356.77.
Balance 10/01/22- $22,005.53. Total Receipts $67,356.77; October Claims $30,480.77; GL Adjustment $304.20 Balance 10/31/22 $58,577.33.
Food Service Receipts: Sales to Pupils $766.65; Sales To Adults $299.50; Ala Carte Sales $1,561.70; Local Donations $1,000.00; Federal Reimbursement $5,377.54.
Balance 10/01/22- $8,119.52 Total Receipts $9,005.39; October Claims $13,446.54; GL Adjustment $31.22; Balance 10/31/22 $3,709.59.
Motion by Miller seconded by Printz, to approve payment of claims as presented.
November Claims: General Fund: Elementary, Payroll, 48,530.52; High School, Payroll, 24,951.57; Title 1, Payroll, 5,353.17 Guidance Office, Payroll, 4,617.75; Library, Payroll, 2,461.24; Technology, Payroll, 4,547.92; Board of Education, Payroll, 75.36; Superintendent, Payroll, 7,812.24; Principal, Payroll, 8,565.98; Business Office, Payroll, 7,063.17; Maintenance, Payroll, 9,801.21; Bus Manager, Payroll, 183.48; Fresh Fruits & Vegetables, Payroll, 188.38; Boy’s Athletics, Payroll, 3,450.00; Girls Athletics, Payroll, 3,513.61; Co-Curricular Transportation, Payroll, 1,356.82; Co-Curricular, Payroll, 241.83; Albertson Engineering, Inc,, Engineering Services, 152.50; Amazon, Technology Supplies, 1,147.10; ASBSD, Supt. & School Board Registration Fee, 200.00; Austin Plastics, Inc., Co-Curricular Consumable Supplies, 58.90; Avel eCare, LLC, Purchased Services -, 5,610.00; Best Western Ramkota Hotel, Business Manager Travel, 222.00; Black Hills Energy, Building Electricity, 3,528.72; BW Gas & Convenience Retail LLC,, Fuel for Vehicles, 516.21; Century Business Products, Inc., High School & Elem Maintenance, 685.49; Changing Seasons Floral, Girls Athletics Consumable Supply, 48.00; City of Edgemont, Building Utilities, 296.10; Convergint Technologies LLC, Building Purchased Services, 384.18; DEMCO, Inc., Library Consumable Supply, 23.93; Douglas High School, Principal Dues & Fees, 50.00; Ferley, Amy, Field for Vehicles, 95.60; Follett School Solutions, Library Purchased Services - Computer, 1,128.63; G & R Controls, Inc., Maintenance Repair, 487.40; Golden West, November Telephone, 407.44; Hauff Mid-America Sports, Girls Athletics Consumable Supplies, 369.01; Hauge, Vickie, Mileage paid to parents, 537.60; Hillyard/Sioux Falls, Maintenance Supply, 191.94; Jarding, Mike, Mileage paid to parents, 185.64; Joseph, Brady, High School Classroom Supplies, 164.57; Junior Library Guild, Library Purchased Services, 796.32; JW Pepper & Son, Inc., High School Music, 139.25; Lynn, Jackson, Shultz & Lebrun, PC, Legal Services, 1,464.50; Mark’s Plumbing, Building Maintenance Consumable Supply, 60.52; Menard’s, Maintenance Supplies, 329.81; NASSP/NASC, Co-Curricular Dues & Fees, 95.00; NASSP/NHS, Co-Curricular Dues & Fees, 385.00; Northern State University, High School, 597.48; Ostensen, Lane, Girls Athletic Purchased Services, 35.00; Performance Food Service, Fruit & Veggies for FFVP, 1,237.20; Popp Binding & Laminating Inc., High School & Elem Consumable Supplies, 86.08; Printz, Melody, Mileage Paid to Parents, 188.16; Quill Corporation, Misc. Consumable & Technology Supply, 2,125.09; Ranchers Feed & Supply, Inc., Maintenance Consumable Supplies, 116.83; Rapid Fire Protection Inc., Maintenance Purchased Services, 1,350.00; Renwick, Angie, Mileage paid to parents, 151.20 Rhodes, April, Mileage paid to parents, 285.60; Rushmore Underground Utilities, Maintenance Repairs, 790.56; Sander Sanitation Service, Garbage Removal, 282.70; Scherer Publishing, LLC, School Board Minutes, 302.48; Scholastic Inc., Elementary Consumable Supply, 23.04; Simmons, Savanna, Mileage paid to parents, 403.20 Sonny’s Super Foods, High School Consumable Supply, 48.54; Stevens Automotive, Vehicle Repair &, 970.43; Terri, Brown, Mileage paid to parents, 285.60; TIE, Elementary and High School Dues and Fees, 1,000.00; Time Management Systems, Inc, Business Office Purchased Services, 177.00
Trust & Agency Imprest Fund: Petty Cash, Postage, 94.29;  Wex Bank - Sinclair, Fuel for Bus and Suburbans, 532.00;  Belle Fourche High School, Girls Athletic Fees, 75.00;  Wex Bank - Yesway, Fuel for Vehicles, 523.42;  Brandie Jones, Background Check, 43.25;  Petty Cash, Travel - Co Curricular Activities, 696.00;  Brett Distel, Girls Athletic Purchased Services, 188.08;  Patrick Clifford, Girls Athletic Purchased Services, 210.76;  Wex Bank - Yesway, Fuel for Vehicles, 253.52;  Curt Lauinger, Girls Athletic Purchased Services, 140.20;  Laura Armstrong, Girls Athletic Purchased Services, 173.80;  Wex Bank - Sinclair, Fuel for Vehicles, 549.44  BW Gas & Convenience, Fuel for Vehicles, 631.00;  April Rhodes, Fuel for Bus, 115.73;  Amy Swisher, Girls Athletic Purchased Services, 173.80;  Chrisanna Lund, Girls Athletic Purchased Services, 140.20;  Petty Cash, Business Office Postage, 95.70;  First Interstate Bank, Payroll Processing Fee, 8.30; Tuma, Heidi, Mileage paid to parents, 25.20; Two Bear, Lynn, Mileage Paid to Parents, 833.28; Waterford Research Institute, LLC, Elementary Purchased Services, 3,000.00; Wellmark, November Health Insurance, 16,222.40; General Fund Total: 187,657.17
Capital Outlay: Amazon, Technology & HS Technology Equipment, 4,803.25; Mitzi’s Books, Library Books, 444.46; Nelson’s Oil & Gas, Inc., Food Service Capital Equipment, 472.34; Quill Corporation, Maintenance Equipment, 319.49; Riverside Technologies, Inc., High School Equipment, 13,700.00; Wilson Language Training Corp, Elementary, (198.00); Capital Outlay Fund Total: 19,541.54
Special Education: Special Education Teachers, Payroll, 21,437.86; Special Education Administration, Payroll, 4,611.21; Change Healthcare, Special Ed Purchased, 84.58; Huron School District, SPED Residential Tuition, 410.30; Monument Health Custer Hospital, Occupational Therapy, 1,931.52; NCS Pearson, Inc., Special Ed Testing, 293.20; Noteable, Inc, Special Education, 99.00
Small Talk Speech Therapy, Inc., Special Ed Purchased Services, 3,180.00; Wellmark, November Health Insurance, 1,491.60; Wilson Language Training Corp, Sped Classroom Supply, 344.52; Special Education Total: 33,883.79
Food Service Fund: Food Service, Payroll, 5,838.23; Cash-Wa Distributing, Food for Lunchroom, 383.83; East Side Jersey Dairy,, Milk/Sr Crm/Cott Ch, 1,000.18; Performance Food Service, Food for lunchroom, 3,495.15; Wellmark, November Health Insurance, 650.00; Food Service Total: 11,367.39
Total to Checking: 252,449.89
Mrs. Stevens, Mr. Scott and Mrs. Ferley gave their administrative reports.
The maintenance report was reviewed.
The transportation report was reviewed.
Mrs. Humiston gave the Black Hills Special Services report.
Motion by Miller seconded by Ross to approve the updates to the ESSER Plan.
Motion by Darrow seconded by Printz to terminate Dan Little as the part time custodian, effective immediately.
Motion by Humiston seconded by Printz to approve Jason Long as a junior high school assistant wrestling coach at $1,60.20 for the 2022 season.
Motion by Humiston seconded by Printz to approve Tristan Madsen as a junior high school assistant wrestling coach at $1,60.20 for the 2022 season.
Motion by Humiston seconded by Printz to surplus for donation 4 smartboards: SN #K012KW08U0068 #6055, SN #K012KW06U0142 #6056, SN #K012KW06U0136 #6057, SN #K012KW06U0120 #6058
Motion by Printz seconded by Ross to adjourn the meeting at 8:10 p.m.
Minutes Approved
Diane Stevens, Business Manager
Gary Darrow, Chairman
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Published: Nov. 24, 2022

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