Woonsocket School Board proceedings

UNAPPROVED MINUTES
REGULAR MEETING
SEPTEMBER 10, 2012
The Woonsocket Board of Education met in regular session on September 10, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. in the library/media center of the Woonsocket School. Members attending were: Gary Steichen, Todd Olinger, Darrin Uttecht,  Jim Grassel and Jason White. Others attending were Superintendent Rod Weber, Principal Paula Lynch and Chris Selland. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited and the meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m.
On a motion by Todd Olinger, seconded by Darrin Uttecht, the Board approved the meeting agenda as presented.   Motion carried.
The minutes of the regular board meeting held on August 13, 2012 were approved as presented on a motion by Gary Steichen, seconded by Jason White.  Motion carried.
On a motion by Darrin Uttecht, seconded by Todd Olinger, motion carried, the Board approved the claims presented and the August 2012 financial report as follows:
GENERAL FUND beginning balance: $932,673.99.  Add receipts: Taxes $49,985.82; Interest $926.61; Other local $4,013.75; State $44,896.00; Federal $0.00; Total to be accounted for: $1,032,496.17;  less disbursements $95,018.91;  Cash balance: $937,477.26;   Fund Balance: $937,477.26.        CAPITAL OUTLAY beginning balance: $430,434.41.  Add receipts:  Taxes $1,708.17;  Other local $1,250.00; Total to be accounted for:  $433,392.58; less disbursements $55,018.97;   Cash balance: $378,373.61;   Fund balance: $378,373.61.
SPECIAL EDUCATION beginning balance:  $213,742.82. Add receipts: Taxes $956.59;  Other Local $0.00; State $0.00;  Federal $0.00; Total to be accounted for: $214,699.41; less disbursements $15,492.04;  Cash balance: $199,207.37; Fund balance: $199,207.37.
PENSION beginning balance: $134,939.03. Add receipts: Taxes $205.03; Total to be accounted for: $135,144.06;  less disbursements $0.00; Fund balance: $135,144.06.
FOOD SERVICE beginning balance: $17,928.75. Add receipts:  Pupil receipts $7,508.45;  Adult receipts $139.00: Milk receipts $668.80; Interest $.81;  Other local $0.00; State $0.00;  Federal reimbursement $0.00; Total to be accounted for: $26,245.81; less disbursements $4,445.80; Cash  balance: 21,800.01;  Fund balance: $21,800.01.
ENTERPRISE FUND #53 beginning balance: $2,506.26.  Add receipts: $0.00; less disbursements $451.79; Fund balance: $2,054.47.
TRUST AND AGENCY beginning balance: $22,706.95. Add receipts: Interest $.89; Pupil activities $973.50; Held for others: $0.00; Total to be accounted for: $23,681.34; less disbursements $4,301.05; Fund Balance $19,380.29.
Salaries and benefits for the month of August 2012 were as follows:
General Fund: $82,426.21
Special Education: $8,666.82
Food Service: $3,800.18
General Fund
About, Annual Dues – Business Manager 50.00
Associated School Boards of South Daktoa, Board Convention 780.00
AT&T, Cell Phone 99.98
Benders Sewer & Drain, Clear Drain Obstruction    205.50
Bruce, Jason , Football Referee – Junior Varsity Game 20.00        City of Woonsocket, Water Service 83.20
Clayton, John, Reimbursement – Lcd Mount Equipment 45.95
Darin’s Market, Supplies 480.30
Delvaux, Rosemarie, Mileage – In-Service 29.40
Dramstads Refrigeration, Service Call – AC 178.50
Express Stop, Gas – Vehicles/Mower 1,036.52
Ffa, Transferer as Per Board 1,000.00
First National Bank, Safe Deposit Box Rent 15.00
Foreman Sales & Service. Inc., Regular Route (2,412) 5,595.84
Frey Scientific, Science Supplies – High  School 321.56
Hillyard, Custodian Supplies 18.61
[Imprest Fund August Claims 900.84
Bruinsma, Kyle, Referee – Football $75.00
Deinert, Kevin, Referee – Football $75.00
Neely, Lynn, Referee – Volleyball $75.00
Pfeifer, Kelly, Referee/Mileage – Football $104.40
Redfield School, Cross-Country Fee $5.00
South Dakota High School  Press Association, Yearbook Contest Fee $25.00
Sonne, Scott, Referee – Football $75.00
US Post Office, Postage Expense $135.00
US Post Office, Postage Expense $168.00
Vavra, Gloria, Referee/Mileage – Volleyball $88.44
Wear, Jason, Referee – Football $75.00
Total Imprest Claims: $900.84]
J.W Pepper & Son, Inc., Vocal Music 23.59
Ko’s Pro Service, Vehicle Maintenance  93.65
Korbel, Mitch, Football Referee – Junior High 40.00
Local Lumber, Custodian/Football Supplies 392.60
McLeods, Leave Forms/Supplies 220.65
Menards, Shop Supplies 6.98
Mitchell Area Superintendents, Annual Superintendent Dues 60.00
Nassp, Membership – National Honor Society 85.00
NorthWestern Energy, Electric Service 2,288.55            Petty Cash, Postage Expense 44.26
Readers Den, Library/Classroom Books 377.85
Rodriguez, Armando, Football Referee – Junior High Game 20.00
Sanborn Weekly Journal, Publications 822.25
Santel Communications, Phone/Cable/Internet/SC 382.54
Scholastic, Elementary Magazines 138.41
School Specialty, Supplies 337.00
Association of School Business Officials, Conference Dues – Business Manager 50.00
South Dakota Federal Property Agency, Elliptical Machine/Cabinet/Supplies 389.00
South Dakota High School Press Association, Workshop Fee – Journalism 37.00
TC Enterprises, Door Replacement – Pre-K 123.87
Teachers Helper, Elementary  Supplies 38.37
Textbook Warehouse, Elementary Texts 235.00
Waste Management of Huron, Garbage Service 515.07
Weber, Rodrick, Football Referee – Junior High  40.00
Wheelers Business Products, Supplies – High  School/Superintendent 1,588.41
Fund Total: 19,211.25
Capital Outlay
A&B Business Equipment, Copier Lease 778.00
Avi Systems, Smart Board  Installation – Elementary 703.00
Cengage Learning, Accounting Curriculum 3,448.50
Dick’s Welding, Goal Posts/Labor 1,200.00
KO’s Pro Service, Bus Tires  617.39
Fund Total: 6,746.89
Special Education
Avera St. Lukes, Client Services 603.10
Feldhaus, Erin, Mileage/Lifequest Meeting  – Summer 79.80
Jenssen, Gloria, Transportation Services 258.80
School Specialty, Supplies 103.39
Fund Total: 1,045.09
Food Service
Alpena Co-op, Oven Check/Cleaning  70.00
Ameripride Services, Laundry Service 20.00
Avera Pace, Annual Fee – Group Purchase  200.00
Bernard Foods, Food 203.40
Chemical Sanitizing Systems, Dishwasher Rent/Chemicals 145.20
Child and Adult Nutrition Service, Food 565.67
Cwd, Food/Supplies 6,145.97
Earthgrains Company, Food 106.90
Palace Cleaners, Laundry Service 7.00
Fund Total: 7,464.14
Chris Selland gave the financial report. The financial software upgrade has been installed and data conversion completed. An elliptical machine has been purchased for $500.00 for the weight room from Federal Surplus Property in Huron and the National  Honor Society and Student Council have each contributed $100.00 towards the purchase. The Board thanks these two organizations for their contribution.
Superintendent Weber advised that there was a proposal to the Wolsey-Wessington School that the co-op wrestling costs be shared equally three ways (Woonsocket, Wolsey-Wessington and Wessington Springs).
Superintendent Weber advised that homecoming activities have been planned for the week.
Discussion was held also on a request from a daycare provider to have the bus stop at her residence as she had recently moved from outside city limits to town. It was decided that the mini-bus would be able to stop at the daycare residence in the morning after the shorter route and that the daycare centers would all be contacted to provide the same service if requested.
Bleachers for the football field were discussed with the conclusion that the cost at this time would be prohibitive when there normally is only one home game a year scheduled. The new food service program has been implemented successfully and software will be ordered to help facilitate the new federal regulations and the billing transactions.
Principal Paula Lynch updated the Board about the recent test score data provided by the State and the Board and Staff would like to congratulate the Faculty and Students on their performance. She also shared a brochure that she has completed over the summer that has information helpful for new students/families to the District.
Motion was made by Jason White, with a second by Gary Steichen, to approve Rebecca Foos as part-time Special Education Aide at a salary of $2,955,00 per year  (based on 1.5 hours per day)  pro-rated for this year.  Rebecca is certified as a Highly Qualified Aid.  Motion carried.
There being no further business to come before the Board, the September 10, 2012 regular meeting of the Woonsocket Board of Education was officially adjourned at 7:38 p.m. on a motion made by Gary Steichen, with a second by Todd Olinger. Motion carried.
JIM GRASSEL
Chairman
CRYSTAL A.
SELLAND
Business Manager

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