MINUTES OF THE VERMILLION SCHOOL BOARD
Unapproved Minutes May 13, 2013
VERMILLION PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Board members present: Esping, Lavin, and Schwasinger.
Board members absent and excused: Fairholm and Stammer.
Presiding officer present: Esping-president.
Officer present: Beermann-business manager.
Administrators present: Froke-superintendent and Huska-dean of students.
School attorney present: McCulloch.
Sandy Dickenson, Community Theater Organization representative, requested use of the high school theater for their children's workshop in June and summer production in July.
Motion by Lavin, seconded by Schwasinger, to approve the Community Theater Organization use of the high school theater at no cost for the summer 2013.
Brady Schlechter, debate coach, requested financial assistance from the board for the national debate tournament.
Motion by Schwasinger, seconded by Lavin, to approve up to $3,500 for the national debate tournament travel.
Vermillion Police Chief Matt Betzen proposed the possibility of a school district resource officer to be provided by the Vermillion Police Department.
Motion by Lavin, seconded by Schwasinger, to approve the agenda as presented.
Motion by Schwasinger, seconded by Lavin, to approve the minutes of the April 22, 2013 and April 26, 2013 board meetings as presented.
Motion by Lavin, seconded by Schwasinger, to accept the business manager's report for the month ending April 30, 2013 and approve the payment of claims as presented.
Froke presented information on the following items:
1. Early dismissal on May 16, 2013,
2. Graduation on May 18, 2013,
3. Staff awards program on May 24, and,
4. Preliminary Capital Outlay budget.
Motion by Lavin, seconded by Schwasinger, to authorize Dr. Froke to proceed with the capital outlay items noted and include those items in the budget presented for adoption at the budget public hearing in July 2013.
Beermann presented information on the new gross receipts/utility tax receipts timeframe.
Esping provided information on an Associated School Boards of South Dakota regional meeting to be held in Yankton.
Jim McGuire and Jason Gault, technology department, proposed the CIPA (Children's Internet Protection Act) policy with discussion opportunities provided to the audience.
Motion by Schwasinger, seconded by Lavin, to approve CIPA policy as presented.
Jim McGuire and Jason Gault, technology department, presented the technology budget proposal for the 2013-2014 school year.
Motion by Lavin, seconded by Schwasinger, to approve the $175,000 2013-2014 technology budget as presented.
Motion by Schwasinger, seconded by Lavin, to approve the implement of a $25.00 iPad use fee for the 2013-2014 school year.
Motion by Lavin, seconded by Schwasinger, to approve the proposed changes to Policy Item IGDK Activities Rules and Regulations on first reading.
Huska presented information on the SDHSAA ballots for amendment and election.
Motion by Schwasinger, seconded by Lavin, to vote as follows on the SDHSAA open enrollment ballot amendment issue:
Amendment #1: Yes.
Motion by Lavin, seconded by Schwasinger, to vote as follows on the SDHSAA Division II representative ballot election issue:
Rich Luther-Lennox High School.
Motion by Schwasinger, seconded by Lavin, to vote as follows on the SDHSAA Large School Group Board of Education Position ballot election issue:
Tammy Rieber-Watertown High School.
Motion by Schwasinger, seconded by Lavin, to acknowledge receipt of the preliminary 2013-2014 budget as required by South Dakota Codified Law.
Motion by Lavin, seconded by Schwasinger, to approve the Medicaid/Part C and B Billing Administration Agreement with Southeast Area Cooperative.
Motion by Schwasinger, seconded by Lavin, to accept the following certified staff resignations:
Alissa Christensen-elementary teacher,
Jenna Gilkyson-elementary teacher, and,
Joanne Ustad-high school teacher.
Motion by Lavin, seconded by Schwasinger, to accept the following classified staff resignations:
Benjamin Elliott-special education aide,
Brody Stone-special education aide,
David Mann-special education aide, and,
Kora Walker-special education aide.
Motion by Schwasinger, seconded by Lavin, to approve the following certified staff transfers:
Terry Beacom-high school computer, personal finance, business, and,
Mallory Schmidt-high school art.
Motion by Lavin, seconded by Schwasinger, to approve the employment of Grace Benson as Director of Special Services for 2013-2014 school year at $68,500.00.
Motion by Schwasinger, seconded by Lavin, to approve the employment of the following certified staff:
Andrew Homan-high school physical education/history/health teacher at $29,100.00/yr.,
Andrew Homan-high school head football coach at $4,365.00/yr.
Motion by Lavin, seconded by Schwasinger, to approve the coaching employment at follows:
Skye Bork-high school gymnastics coach at $4,485.00/yr.
Motion by Lavin, seconded by Schwasinger, to approve the following special education personnel for summer 2013:
Lois Snethen-teacher up to 92.50 hours at $25.33/hr,
Mary Hulac-teacher up to 6 hours at $25.21/hr.,
Anna Cable-aide up to 95 hours at $10.10/hr.,
Erica Bottolfson-teacher up to 24 hours at 25.38/hr.,
Nicole Kirsch-aide up to 37 hours at $10.20/hr.,
Lisa Madsen-aide up to 41.50 hours at $10.00/hr.,
Kelly Stone-teacher up to 6 hours at $22.38/hr.,
Barry Hulse-aide up to 203 hours at $10.20/hr.,
Judy Sykes-aide up to 259 hours at $12.50/hr.,
Carrie Rydstrom-teacher up to 24 hours at $23.77/hr.,
Michaelene Adams-speech therapist up to 6 hours at $30.06/hr.,
Dustin Larson-speech therapist up to 20 hours at $23.15/hr., and,
Sue Jopling-speech therapist up to 15 hours at $25.59/hr.
Motion by Lavin, seconded by Schwasinger, to approve the following after school program personnel for summer 2013 (aides not to exceed 29.50 hours per week beginning July 1, 2013):
Megan Chickering-aide at $8.20/hr.,
Alyssa Marquardt-aide at $8.20/hr.,
Elly Melby-aide at $8.00/hr.,
Megan Mulder-aide at $8.00/hr.,
Hannah Nehlich-Arobba-aide at $8.20/hr.,
Michael Nelson-aide at $8.20/hr.,
Gina Plotz-aide at $8.00/hr., and,
Laura Dimock-director at $18.65/hr.
Motion by Lavin, seconded by Schwasinger, to go into executive session at 8:05 p.m. for negotiations and other personnel matters.
Esping declared the board out of executive session at 9:34 p.m.
Motion by Lavin, seconded by Schwasinger, to issue administrator contracts as authorized.
Motion by Schwasinger, seconded by Lavin, to issue classified staff agreements as authorized.
Motion by Lavin, seconded by Schwasinger, to adjourn the meeting at 9:42 p.m.
Sheila R. Beermann
Vermillion School District #13-1
April 19, 2013 Gross
Alternative School, Instruction/Classified, $5,848.98
Instructional, General Fund, $253,055.35
Instructional, Special Education Fund, $40,104.70
Instructional, Pre-School Program, $2,469.50
Early Retirement Payment to Administration/Instructional Staff, $-
Total for Administration/Instructional Staff: $353,824.78
Beyond School Adventure, Day Care Director/Aides, $3,514.98
Board Members, $- ,
Classified, General Fund, $51,164.53
Classified, Special Education Fund, $20,488.30
Guidance, Certified/Classified, $15,216.12
Library, Certified/Classified, $10,119.32
Total for Certified/Classified Staff: $113,903.43
Grand Total of November's Gross Payroll - - - $467,728.21
Vermillion School District 13-1 BOARD REPORT FOR NEWSPAPER
Vendor Name Vendor Description Amount
AMERICAN BUS CORP. SERVICES 70,693.60
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES, INC SUPPLIES/SERVICES 69.06
AVERA ST LUKE'S SERVICES 701.22
BARNES & NOBLE COLLEGE BOOKSELLERS, LLC SUPPLIES 29.80
BATTERY EXCHANGE SUPPLIES 15.95
BEEMAN, JANET SUPPLIES/SERVICES 13.90
BEST BUSINESS PRODUCTS, INC. SUPPLIES 1,041.23
BEST WESTERN RAMKOTA INN-PIERRE TRAVEL 98.00
BROADCASTER PRESS, INC. SERVICES 1,283.60
BRUNICK SERVICE, INC. SERVICES 9,157.04
CAMPBELL SUPPLY CO, INC. SUPPLIES/SERVICES 69.05
CENTURYLINK PHONE LINES 513.25
CHILDREN'S CARE HOSPITAL & SCHOOL SERVICES 10,396.20
CITY OF VERMILLION SERVICES 15,700.16
COMMERCE PROPERTIES, LLC LEASE 1,700.00
CONNECTING POINT COMPUTER CENTER, INC. SUPPLIES 144.00
CONSOLIDATED BUSINESS PRODUCTS, INC. SUPPLIES 265.50
CONSTELLATION NEWENERGY-GAS DIVISION, LLC SERVICES 9,887.10
CTL LEASING OFFICE RENT 1,217.46
CULLIGAN WATER CONDITIONING SERVICES 43.00
DAKOTA PC WAREHOUSE SUPPLIES 1,289.94
DAKOTA VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT 61-8 FEES 40.00
DEVEREUX CLEO WALLACE SERVICES 1,163.20
ECHO GROUP, INC. SUPPLY 63.40
FAIRHOLM, SHANNON SUPPLIES 17.98
FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN SIOUX FALLS SERVICES 1,000.00
FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN SIOUX FALLS SERVICES 249,625.00
FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES INC SUPPLIES 1,704.05
FOREMAN MEDIA SERVICES 50.00
FRED HAAR CO INC. SUPPLIES/SERVICES 155.02
GARRATT CALLAHAN COMPANY, INC. SUPPLIES 1,000.00
GRAINGER SUPPLIES 14.34
HANDWRITING WITHOUT TEARS SUPPLIES 105.22
HARRISBURG HIGH SCHOOL FEES 50.00
HERREN-SCHEMPP BUILDING SUPPLY, INC SUPPLIES 120.02
HOUGHTON CHEMICAL CORPORATION SUPPLIES 1,494.20
HOWARD WOOD DAKOTA RELAYS FEES 100.00
HY-VEE, INC. SUPPLIES 1,370.62
IMPREST FUND-TRUST & AGENCY REFUND ACCOUNTS 127.25
INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES, INC. SUPPLIES 671.18
INSTRUMENTALIST COMPANY, THE SUPPLIES 28.00
INTERNAL TRAINING SERVICES LLC SUPPLIES 159.12
J.A. SEXAUER SUPPLIES 208.82
JAMES E. MCCULLOCH LAW OFFICE SERVICES 1,668.20
JOHNSON CONTROLS, INC. SUPPLIES/SERVICES 40,274.19
KINETIC LEASING, INC. LEASES 5,957.00
LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS SUPPLIES 189.05
LEISURE LAWN CARE SERVICES 418.75
LIBRARY VIDEO COMPANY SUPPLIES 76.80
LINGUISYSTEMS, INC. SUPPLIES 39.95
LUNCHTIME SOLUTIONS, INC. SERVICES 472.35
LUNCHTIME SOLUTIONS, INC. SERVICES 68,037.25
M&M CONSTRUCTION, LLC SERVICES 2,707.08
MARCO PRODUCTS INC. SUPPLIES 90.71
MCGRAW-HILL COMPANIES, INC. SUPPLIES 62.41
MEAD LUMBER COMPANY SUPPLIES 53.43
MF ATHLETIC CO, INC. SUPPLIES 699.70
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY CO., INC. SERVICES 141.86
MIDWEST BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES/SERVICES 20.00
MILBANK SCHOOL FEES 35.00
MOORE WELDING & MFG SERVICES 132.80
NASCO, INC. SUPPLIES 48.63
NATIVE REFLECTIONS SUPPLIES 147.35
NYGREN'S TRUE VALUE SUPPLIES/SERVICES 562.80
PAUL'S PLUMBING INC. SERVICES 51.02
PMB 0112 PHONE SERVICES 153.91
PRESTO-X-COMPANY, LLC SUPPLIES 155.00
PRINT SOURCE SUPPLIES/SERVICES 288.00
PRO-ED. INC. SUPPLIES 78.10
PUMP N STUFF VERMILLION SUPPLIES 1,087.74
RAY'S MID-BELL MUSIC SUPPLIES 471.58
REALLY GOOD STUFF, INC. SUPPLIES 73.86
RELIABLE OFFICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES 55.23
RESERVE ACCOUNT SUPPLIES 9,000.00
RIVERLODGE SERVICES 110.68
SANFORD VERMILLION MEDICAL CENTER SERVICES 9,130.13
SCHOOL SPECIALTY, INC. SUPPLIES 2,562.57
SESDAC, INC SERVICES 3,398.71
SIOUX FALLS O'GORMAN HIGH SCHOOL FEES 100.00
SOUTHEAST AREA COOPERATIVE SERVICES 452.74
STAN HOUSTON EQUIP. CO., INC. SUPPLIES 369.99
STURDEVANTS AUTO PARTS SUPPLIES 768.62
STUTTERING FOUNDATION SUPPLIES 154.00
SUPER DUPER PUBLICATIONS SUPPLIES 79.90
SUPREME SCHOOL SUPPLY SUPPLIES 31.15
TEACHER'S HELPER SUPPLIES 42.37
TURNER PLUMBING, INC. SERVICES 477.49
U.S. POSTMASTER POSTAGE 150.00
UNIVERSITY CLEANERS SERVICES 170.00
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON SUPPLIES 556.00
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH DAKOTA LEASE 50,000.00
VERIZON WIRELESS SERVICES LLC SERVICES 181.77
VERMILLION ACE HARDWARE SUPPLIES/SERVICES 27.43
VERMILLION GARBAGE SERVICE SERVICES 2,280.00
VERMILLION ROTARY CLUB INC FEES 134.25
WAL-MART COMMUNITY SUPPLIES 1,907.38
WARDS SUPPLIES 27.75
WELLS FARGO REMITTANCE CENTER FEES 928.80
WEX BANK SUPPLIES/SERVICES 1,136.34
WILLSON FLORIST SUPPLIES 128.00
XEROX CORPORATION COPIERS 2,067.46
YANKTON SCHOOL DISTRICT FEES 50.00
Published once at the total approximate cost of $200.34.
Published: May 24, 2013