HILL CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 51-2
OF PENNINGTON COUNTY
HILL CITY, SOUTH DAKOTA 57745
On September 12, 2016, the regular meeting of the Hill City Board of Education was held at 6:00 p.m. in the high school building room #202. The following members were present: President Owen Wiederhold, Greg Schroeder, Mike Welu, Dennis Krull and Angie Ross.
Also present: Mike Hanson (via polycom), Aimee Peyregne, Todd Satter, Blake Gardner, Steve Helgeland, Chip Franke, Roxann DuBois, Shawn Woodward; Patrons: Sarah Booth and Kacie Svoboda.
All motions in these minutes carried by unanimous vote unless otherwise recorded.
APPROVAL OF AGENDA: Motion by Schroeder, second by Welu to approve the September 12, 2016, agenda.
MINUTES: Motion by Krull, second by Ross to approve minutes of August 15, 2016, as submitted.
FINANCIAL REPORTS: Motion by Ross, second by Welu to approve the financial reports as presented.
CLAIMS: GENERAL FUND: $401,768.41, CAPITAL OUTLAY TOTAL: $18,491.26, SPECIAL EDUCATION TOTAL: $32,887.84, FOOD SERVICE TOTAL: $9,880.94.
Motion by Welu, second by Ross to approve the above listed claims.
CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND DISCLOSURE WAIVERS: Motion by Krull, second by Ross to approve the Disclosures for Blake Gardner, Chip Franke and Susan Satter.
AUDIENCE WITH INDIVIDUALS: Mike Welu updated status of Ranger Field to note that it will be functioning for Homecoming but still has work to be done.
CORRESPONDENCE AND REPORTS:
~Roxann DuBois-Update of Food Service Program, many changes but the program seems to be doing better due to the ala carte sales, various offerings and the eight week menu cycle.
~Shawn Woodward-Sports are off to a great start; Homecoming will take place at home due to Ranger Field project nearing completion.
~Steve Helgeland-New referral process for SPED; will be charged per evaluation; speech/language screenings completed; SPED webpage being updated; SPED will follow CAFÉ model; will be looking to strengthen staff numbers at the elementary
~Chip Franke-Fifty-eight children participated in Olympic Village over the summer, due in part to the assistance the Lunch Program; Workshop model reviewed; teachers using Daily 5, SPI improved overall; year two of Workshop model.
~Blake Gardner-Smarter Balance tool reviewed; ELA is above average; math is a large issue for middle school students at this time; would like math integrated across curriculum and interventions put in place to assist with resolution; SPI criteria changes causes lower perception of score; NWEA assessment will be used at the end of the year.
~Todd Satter: ACT scores, Hill City scored in top10; students take practice tests prior with teachers; need new 9th grade math assistance; AP students passed 9/10 for Mr. Christian’s class and 5/5 of Mr. Hamilton’s class in credit testing.
~Aimee Peyregne: Software Unlimited Weblink will hopefully be released approximately October 1, allowing electronic requisition process and employees to have access to payroll information; various programs are being evaluated for upgrade and efficiencies within the District Office.
~Mike Hanson-Called in from Washington, D.C.; visiting Congressional offices, 43 states received funds; possible continuing resolution for federal budget to carryover until December; Infinite Campus and district website being used with good feedback.
NEW BUSINESS: Motion by Ross, second by Schroeder to approve the contract for Jared Noyes for the high school assistant cross country coach. Motion by Welu, second by Ross to approve the employee timesheets for classified and certified employees. Motion by Welu, second by Schroeder to approve the BHSSC Project Skills contract. Motion by Ross, second by Krull to approve certified faculty continuing education credits. Motion by Wellu, second b Krull to close the Rushmore Alternative School and have it replaced by credit recovery program delivered during the school day due to lack of students. Motion by Krull, second by Schroeder to establish trust and agency account for HOSA. Dennis Krull was appointed as the ASBSD Legislative Action Network Representative. Motion by Krull, second by Welu to approve to surplus items from inventory.
The next regular board meeting is scheduled for October 10, 2016, at 6:00 p.m.
ADJOURN MEETING: Motion by Krull, second by Ross to adjourn the meeting at 6:55 p.m.
These minutes subject to approval at the next regular meeting.
ACCEPTED BY THE BOARD THIS 10th DAY OF OCTOBER, 2016.
President Business Manager
PUBLISHED ONCE AT THE TOTAL APPROXIMATE COST OF _________.