December 2023

Letcher Town Board proceedings

December 4th, 2023

Mark Chada called the meeting to order with Angie Larson, Sean Gromer, and Angie Meier in attendance.  

A motion was made by Larson, seconded by Gromer, carried, to approve the November 20th, 2023, minutes as read.

A motion was made by Gromer, seconded by Larson, carried, to approve the financials as presented.

Old Business:

Discussion was held on a letter received from Davison Rural Water.  The letter stated that as of January 1st, 2024, the monthly minimum will increase from $750.00 to $1,185.00 and the water rate will increase from $5.55 to $6.05 per thousand gallons. Discussion was held on the increases, and they will discuss more at the next board meeting on the increase the Town of Letcher will have to make.  

Gromer has installed street signs where the town was missing signs.  He is missing signs for Dakota St.  Meier will call Lyle Signs to have them make these two signs.  

New Business:

Discussion was held on the water increase letter from Davison Rural Water.  A motion was made by Larson, seconded by Gromer, carried, to approve to increase water rates as of February 15th billing. Meier will be sending a letter out with the water bills in January stating the new increases.  

A motion was made by Larson, seconded by Gromer, carried, to approve the following claims for payment:

GENERAL AND WATER/SEWER: Hoffman Digging – $375.00 – Digging up manholes for a sewer issue, Menards – $61.44 – Grounds – parts, NorthWestern – $1,208.62 – Utilities – Electric: Street Lights – $637.39, Water Valve – $10.46, Ball Park – $81.41, Water Plant – $116.67, Rossy Park – $23.36, Community Center – $205.78, Lagoon – $15.00, Lift Station – $118.55, South Dakota Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources – $60.00 – Water Dues, Angie Meier – $510.32 – Finance Officer – Wages, Ed Hoffman – $554.60 – Wages – Water Superintendent, Faye Blindauer – $187.92 – Wages – Custodian, Sean Gromer – $554.10 – Wages – Maintenance Worker, Tori Hoffman – $92.35 – Wages – Meter Reader, Health Pool of South Dakota – $1,422.29 – Health Insurance.

The next board meeting will be held on December 18th, 2023, at 7:00 p.m. at the Town Office.

Angie Meier

Finance Officer

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Woonsocket School Board proceedings

UNAPPROVED MINUTES – REGULAR MEETING HELD DECEMBER 11, 2023

The Woonsocket Board of Education met in regular session on December 11th, 2023, at 7:00 p.m. in the Boardroom of the Woonsocket School. Members attending were Jason White, Lisa Snedeker, Becca Grassel, Rikki Ohlrogge, and Todd Olinger. Others attending were Superintendent Rod Weber, Jason Bruce, Brooke King, Armando Rodriguez, Sarah Jensen, Chris Brockevelt (via Zoom), and Sarah Swenson. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited and the meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m.  

On a motion by Rikki Ohlrogge, seconded by Becca Grassel, the Board approved the meeting agenda. Motion carried.

The minutes of the regular board meeting held on November 13, 2023, were approved as presented on a motion by Lisa Snedeker, seconded by Becca Grassel. Motion carried. 

On a motion by Rikki Ohlrogge, seconded by Todd Olinger, the Board approved the claims presented and the November 2023 financial report as follows. Motion carried.

GENERAL FUND, Beginning balance: $922,794.84; Add receipts: Taxes $176,830.32; Interest $7,192.01; Admissions $20.24; Other local $801.17; State $120,499; Federal $3,039.00; Total to be accounted for: $1,231,176.58; less disbursements $219,952.13; Cash balance: $1,011,224.45; less contracts and accounts payable/transfers $0.00; plus accounts receivable $0.00; Fund balance: $1,011,224.45.

CAPITAL OUTLAY, Beginning balance: $1,695,596.59; Add receipts: Taxes $242,804.05; Other local $0.00. Total to be accounted for: $1,938,400.64; less disbursements $22,055.81; Cash balance: $1,916,344.83; less accounts payable $0.00; plus accounts receivable $0.00; Fund balance:  $1,916,344.83.

SPECIAL EDUCATION, Beginning balance: $518,766.58; Add receipts: Taxes $138,218.21; Other local $0.00; State $0.00; Federal $0.00; Total to be accounted for: $656,984.79; less disbursements $40,390.59; Cash balance: $616,594.20; Less contracts and accounts payable/transfers $0.00; plus accounts receivable $0.00; Fund balance: $616,594.20.

FOOD SERVICE, Beginning balance:  $32,565.87; Add receipts: Interest $40.85; Adult receipts $20.00; Pupil receipts $14,102.96; Other local $565.47; State $0.00; Federal reimbursement $11,185.35; Total to be accounted for: $58,480.50; less disbursements $27,088.82; Cash balance: $31,391.68; Less contracts/accounts payable $0.00; plus accounts receivable $0.00; Fund balance: $31,391.68.

ENTERPRISE FUND #53, Beginning balance: $49,685.12; Add receipts: Pupil Receipts $12,241.15; Other local $0.00; Total to be accounted for: $61,926.27; less disbursements $27,259.28; Cash balance: $34,666.99; Less contracts/accounts payable $0.00; plus accounts receivable $0.00; Fund balance: $34,666.99.

TRUST AND AGENCY, Beginning balance: $27,985.49; Add receipts: Interest $34.38; Pupil activities $2,028.00; Other local $0.00; Total to be accounted for: $30,047.87; less disbursements $1,741.94; Fund balance: $28,305.93.

Salaries and benefits for the month of November 2023 were as follows:

General Fund: $172,923.76

Special Education: $39,333.50

Food Service: $10,988.18

Enterprise #53: $25,789.20

GENERAL FUND                            

A-OX WELDING, CYLINDER LEASE – SHOP CLASS $54.95

AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES, PAPER – PHONE BATTERY – SUPPLIES $2,508.54

AT&T, CELL PHONE $21.07

AUTOMATIC BUILDING CONTROLS, BATTERIES (8) $573.06

BARTON’S HEATING & COOLING LLC, THERMOSTAT REPAIR $540.28

BROOKS OIL, FUEL OIL $3,324.00

BSN SPORTS, BASKETBALL SCOREBOOKS $48.00

CHS, PROPANE – PRE-K BUILDING $100.00

CHURCHILL, MANOLIS, FREEMEN, KLUDT, SHELTON & BURNS LLP, LEGAL FEES $317.45

CITY OF WOONSOCKET, WATER SERVICE $84.40

DB ELECTRIC, REPLACE BALLAST – ADDED LIGHT SWITCH $604.43

DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY, LATE FEE $356.81

EDDY, TYSON, WRESTLING PRACTICE MILEAGE $216.24

EXPRESS 2, GAS $267.27

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF OMAHA, ESPORTS EQUIPMENT $546.36

HAUFF MID-AMERICA SPORTS INC., VOLLEYBALL PADS $947.88

HILLYARD, CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES $614.23

[IMPREST FUND:

CASTLEWOOD SCHOOL, ORAL INTERP FEE $68.72

HIGHER POWER SPORTS, INC., DISTRACTED DRIVER PRESENTATION $250.00

JAMES VALLEY CHRISTIAN, ORAL INTERP FEE $119.76

REGION V HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC FESTIVAL, HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC FESTIVAL $55.00

REGION V JUNIOR HIGH MUSIC FESTIVAL, JUNIOR HIGH MUSIC FESTIVAL $70.00

US POST OFFICE, STAMPS $396.00

TOTAL MUSIC FESTIVAL – ORAL INTERP IMPREST CLAIMS: $959.48]

J.W PEPPER & SON INC., VOCAL MUSIC $176.99

K&D BUSING INC., CONTRACTED BUSING $18,477.57

KO’S PRO SERVICE, OIL CHANGE – VAN $60.88

KROHMER PLUMBING, LABOR AND REPAIR – TOILET/CIRCULATOR PUMP/LINE $361.20

LEHR, DAVE, TECH SERVICE FEE $175.00

LOCAL LUMBER, SHOP SUPPLIES $868.48

MACK METAL SALES, WEIGHT ROOM SUPPLIES $129.64

MENARDS, SUPPLIES $610.75

MOUNT VERNON SCHOOL, VOLLEYBALL REGIONS $109.00

NORTHWESTERN ENERGY, ELECTRIC SERVICE $1,582.32

PETTY CASH, POSTAGE EXPENSE $10.95

POPPLERS MUSIC, VOCAL MUSIC $61.50

QUILL CORPORATION, PAPER $249.90

RON’S LOCKSMITH, REPAIR BOYS LOCKER ROOM LOCK $247.50

SANBORN WEEKLY JOURNAL, PUBLICATIONS $188.03

SANTEL COMMUNICATIONS, PHONE AND INTERNET SERVICES $189.88

SCHOLASTIC, ELEMENTARY BOOKS $101.40

SOUTH DAKOTA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, STATE NURSE SERVICES $506.67

SPORTBOARDZ, RECORD UPDATES $66.75

WASTE MANAGEMENT OF WI-MN, GARBAGE SERVICE $438.88

WOONY FOODS, CUSTODIAL AND SUPPLIES $292.82

Fund Total: $36,990.56

CAPITAL OUTLAY

A&B BUSINESS EQUIPMENT, COPIER LEASE $1,035.45

MAGIC MURALS, WALL MURALS $3,244.33

MAKE IT MINE DESIGNS, VAN DECALS $2,258.00

PUSH-PEDAL-PULL, DUMBBELLS $2,386.20

Fund Total: $8,923.98

SPECIAL EDUCATION

AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES, SUPPLIES $19.98

AVERA ST. LUKES, CLIENT SERVICES $551.99

PARENT/GUARDIAN, GUARDIAN TRAVEL – MILEAGE $330.48

Fund Total: $902.45

ENTERPRISE FUND #53

AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES, SUPPLIES $28.78

PERFORMANCE FOODSERVICE, FOOD AND SUPPLIES $830.01

SANTEL COMMUNICATIONS, PHONE AND INTERNET SERVICES $46.23

WHITE, BOBBI, CPR TRAINING $42.00

WOONY FOODS, FOOD AND SUPPLIES $300.08

Fund Total: $1,247.10

Checking Account Total: $48,064.09

FOOD SERVICE                            

AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES, SUPPLIES $49.02

BIMBO BAKERIES USA, FOOD $332.80

BUHLS DRY CLEANING, LAUNDRY SERVICE $32.83

EAST SIDE JERSEY DAIRY, FOOD $575.54

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF OMAHA, SUPPLIES $374.90

PERFORMANCE FOODSERVICE, FOOD AND SUPPLIES $8,143.78

SOUTH DAKOTA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION – CHILD AND ADULT NUTRITION, FOOD $2,333.94

SPRINGS FOOD MARKET, FOOD $1,234.97

WOONY FOODS, FOOD $9.30

Fund Total: $13,087.08

Checking Account Total: $13,087.08

CUSTODIAL ACCOUNTS

ACT, ACT TEST (12) $621.00

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF OMAHA, BAND TRIP – ORCHESTRA TICKET $84.00

KOHLMEYER, DANIELLE, REIMBURSE – NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SUPPLIES $80.33

MENARDS, FRESHMAN SHOP PROJECT $374.66

Fund Total: $1,159.99

Checking Account Total: $1,159.99

Sarah Swenson gave the financial report. 

Mr. Weber updated that the football co-op was discussed. Mr. Weber updated the wall murals that were recently purchased will be put up over Christmas break. 

Mr. Bruce updated that the lunch program is going well. Another beef will be picked up this week. Mr. Bruce also updated that there was an issue with one of Foreman’s route buses, but it has since been resolved and the bus routes are back to normal.

Mrs. King updated that she has two new IEPs and two new 504 plans. Child counts are due to the state, and there are 39 IEPs to report. 

Mr. Rodriguez updated that the E-Sports team competed in their first games and saw great success. 

Mrs. Jensen updated that the students are participating in “One book, one school” where all students are reading the same book. Families are encouraged to be involved and can read the book together. They have had a really great turnout. Mrs. Jensen updated that they have completed the fall semester flight school and have started doing assessments. The data will be compiled and shared once complete. Mrs. Jensen updated that there will be various Christmas activities happening during the last few weeks of school before Christmas break. 

Chris Brockevelt from Koch-Hazard Architects joined via Zoom to give an update on the CTE Building project. 

On a motion made by Lisa Snedeker, with a second by Todd Olinger, the Board approved the Back to School Plan for 2023-24 school year. (NOTE: The plan needs to be approved and updated every six months.) Motion carried.

Motion was made by Rikki Ohlrogge, seconded by Becca Grassel, to approve first semester extra instruction stipends, in the amount of $500.00, for Mitch Korbel and Tracey Steele. Motion carried.

On a motion made by Becca Grassel, seconded by Todd Olinger, the Board approves to hire Ella Peake as Elementary full-time SPED aid for $15 per hour ($11,475 for the rest of 2023-24 school year). Motion carried.

Motion was made by Lisa Snedeker, seconded by Rikki Ohlrogge, to approve to hire Bella Fry as full-time (half SPED aid and half Birth-to-4 preschool teacher) for $15 per hour. Motion carried.

On a motion by Lisa Snedeker, seconded by Todd Olinger, the Board approved the budgeted operating transfer of $50,000 from the General Fund to Fund #53 (Pre-K and Driver’s Ed Fund). Motion carried.

On a motion made by Todd Olinger, with a second by Becca Grassel, the Board approved to move the regular January meeting to 5:00 p.m. Motion carried.

With no further business to come before the Board, the December 11, 2023, regular school board meeting was adjourned at 9:14 p.m. on a motion by Rikki Ohlrogge, with a second by Becca Grassel. Motion carried. 

JASON WHITE

Chair

SARAH SWENSON

Business Manager

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Sanborn Central Board proceedings

Unapproved Minutes of School Board Meeting

The School Board of Sanborn Central School District 55-5 met in regular session on Monday, December 11, 2023, at 7:00 p.m. in the Sanborn Central library with the following present: Curtis Adams, Clayton Dean, Mark Goral, Emma Klaas, and Gary Spelbring Jr. Others present were Superintendent/High School Principal Corey Flatten, Elementary/Middle School Principal Connie Vermeulen and Business Manager Gayle Bechen.

The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

Visitors to Board Meeting included Steve Larson and SCEA members Robin Moody and Krista Moore.

Motion by Klaas, seconded by Goral, all aye, to approve the agenda as printed.

Motion by Goral, seconded by Spelbring, all aye, to approve the minutes of the regular board meeting on November 13, 2023, as printed.

Motion by Spelbring, seconded by Adams, all aye, to approve the Financial reports and bills.    

General Fund balance, November 1, 2023: $748,239.61. Receipts: taxes $440,614.03, penalties/interest $612.83, interest $946.70, admission $20.23, other pupil $9.74, other $309.08, state fines $1,378.03, state aid November $72,167.00, ESSER II $3,698.00. Expenditures: $206,005.02, manual journal entry $1,102.55. Balance, November 30, 2023: $1,060,887.68. CorTrust Savings balance, November 1, 2023: $50,803.32. Receipts: other $0.00, interest $0.00. Expenditures: $0.00.  Balance, November 30, 2023: $50,803.32. CDs $300,000.00.

Capital Outlay Fund balance, November 1, 2023: $384,074.25. Receipts: taxes $64,257.33, penalties/interest $85.62, interest $445.51, ESSER II $42,543.00. Expenditures: $1,011.83. Balance, November 30, 2023: $490,393.88. CDs $200,000.00.

Special Education Fund balance, November 1, 2023: $457,908.27. Receipts: taxes $64,410.04, penalties/interest $85.83, interest $445.51. Expenditures: $22,464.74, manual journal entry $226.10. Balance, November 30, 2023: $500,158.81. CDs $50,000.00.

Food Service Fund balance, November 1, 2023: $14,885.31. Receipts: student meals $6,656.25, adult meals $1,141.85, ala carte $3,680.21, federal reimbursement $4,690.17, miscellaneous revenue $498.77. Expenditures: $22,714.68, manual journal entry $61.11. Balance, November 30, 2023: $8,776.77.

Enterprise Fund balance, November 1, 2023: $21,798.85. Receipts: interest $18.56, preschool tuition $1,883.25, manual journal entry $33.16. Expenditures: $4,677.77. Balance, November 30, 2023: $19,056.05.

Custodial Funds balance, November, 1, 2023: $64,687.55. Receipts: $20,007.98. Expenditures: $4,739.34, manual journal entry $509.00. Balance, November 30, 2023: $79,447.19.

Scholarship Fund balance, November 1, 2023: $8,497.90. Receipts: interest $1.48. Expenditure: 0.00. Balance, November 30, 2023: $8,499.38. Peters Scholarship balance: $7,749.38; Nelson Scholarship balance: $750.00.

Salaries and benefits for the month of December 2023 were as follows: 

General Fund: $197,063.75; 

Special Education: $19,621.41; 

Food Service: $11,003.26; 

Enterprise Fund: $4,419.41.

Claims approved: GENERAL FUND – A-Ox Welding, cylinder rent $37.26, two cylinder five year leases $526.95; Agednet, 12 month subscription $465.00; Automatic Building Controls, batteries $260.00, annual check fire alarm system $511.00; Jolyn Baysinger, reimburse fingerprints $43.25; Brooks Oil Co., 50/50 diesel $2,318.40, unleaded $2,636.00, LP $1,450.00, prof service $480.00; Central Electric, November main building electric $1,145.34, November bus barn electric $380.97; Chesterman Co., pop $93.78; Clayton’s Repair, bus service $256.20; Cole Paper Inc., janitor supply $867.77; Continental Press, EL team toolkit $599.76; CorTrust, air cards $55.00, hotspot $35.00, janitor supply $6.48, elementary supply $240.56, high school supply $39.99, stamps $109.98; Dawson Construction, garbage service three month $1,014.63; Direct Digital Control, HVAC service $675.00; Cooper Goldammer, wrestling mileage $113.22; Goodwill of the Great Plains, shred service $35.82; Harlow’s Bus Sales, bus supply $467.83; [IMPREST: Aberdeen Central Debate, Oral Interp fee $170.00; CorTrust, all state chorus rooms $1,319.91, superintendent supply $52.96, business office supply $12.22, band supply $26.99, elementary supply $8.99, middle school supply $9.00, high school supply $9.00; Freeman Academy, Oral Interp regions $95.52; Mount Vernon School, district Oral Interp $396.46, volleyball regions half of loss $109.00; Region V, high school music festival $25.00; Payton Uecker, fifth/sixth grade girls basketball/boys basketball referee vs Ethan three games $105.00]; 

K&D Busing, half of busing two music festivals $942.65; Caleb Kneen, wrestling mileage $91.80; Krohmer Plumbing, fix LP leak $1,362.39; James McWhorter, reimburse fingerprints $43.25; Menards, janitor supply $149.42, shop supply $524.56; Mid-Dakota Technologies, November tech support $175.00; Robin Moody, reimburse wellness supply $11.32; Performance Foodservice, janitor supply $631.49; Petty Cash, elementary postage $9.65; Public Health Laboratory, water tests $150.00; Sanborn Central Food Service, November lunch supervisor food $233.45; Santel Communications, telephone/fax $232.65; Sportboardz, volleyball updates $5.41, football updates $61.34; Sun Gold Sports, co-curricular engraved plates $12.00.

CAPITAL OUTLAY Fund — A&B Business, copier lease $1,011.83; Mackin Educational Resources, library books $159.06.

SPECIAL EDUCATION Fund – Children’s Home Society, October tuition $2,571.27; Goodwill of the Great Plains, shred service $11.93. 

FOOD SERVICE Fund – Arctic Refrigeration, outside freezer gasket $549.22; Bimbo Bakeries, bread $54.87; Capital One, food $25.21, supply $22.17; Child/Adult Nutrition, processed commodities $540.98; Cole Paper, kitchen supply $244.35; Darrington Water Conditioning, November SS tank $28.00; East Side Jersey Dairy, milk $613.68; Performance Foodservice, food $2,888.93, ala carte $505.02, supply $565.35, COVID F&V $539.92; Staples, supply $565.52; Woony Foods, food $78.13.

ENTERPRISE Fund – None.

Mr. Flatten reported on the following: 

• Congrats to Mrs. Kayla Olson-Van Winkle’s Environmental Science class for qualifying as State Finalists for Samsung’s Solve for Tomorrow Contest! They were tasked with creating a sustainable solution to a problem in their community, and together they decided to use photoelectric sensors to aid in early detection of combine/harvest equipment fires. As State Finalists, they have won $2,500 in Samsung technology for the school and will continue to develop their plan for a chance to become State Winners and win $12,000 in Samsung technology for the school! 

• Mrs. Easton and Mrs. Karlen put on a wonderful Christmas Concert on December 7th. 

• Varsity basketball teams began their seasons at SBA on Saturday, December 9th. Sanborn Central wrestling is up and going as well. 

• Semester Tests for high school students are December 18th and 19th. 

• Isabella Bitterman represented the Sanborn Central Oral Interp team at State. She received an “excellent” score. 

• SCW FFA member Bryce Larson went to state LDEs for Prepared Public Speaking in Rapid City.

Mrs. Vermeulen spoke on: 

• High School Student Council sponsored a Toilet-Tree collecting paper products, grooming materials, soaps, etc., to be donated to the Sanborn County Food Pantry. 

• Mrs. Bechen will be taking the Middle School Student Council to the nursing home in Woonsocket on Friday, December 15. They will be assisting the Activity Coordinator in facilitating some fun activities for the residents. They will also deliver Christmas cards the middle school students created. 

• The second quarter school-wide PBIS party will be held on Wednesday, December 13. The students can wear pajamas, eat popcorn, and watch a Christmas movie in the gym. 

• School break will begin on December 20th at 11:00 a.m.

Discussion Items: 

• Steve Larson brought discussions about the football co-op to the board. 

• Closing out past class accounts was discussed, but it will be put off until a cost of completing graduation composites have been figured.

• Board member, Curtis Adams, updated the board on the football field with the current spreading of black dirt on the playing surface. Springtime seeding was also discussed.

Old Business: 

Motion by Adams, seconded by Klaas, all aye, to approve reimbursement for Sanborn Central wrestlers, Cooper Goldammer and Caleb Kneen, at $0.51 per mile to the co-op pickup point.

New Business:

Motion by Klaas, seconded by Goral, all aye, to approve the hiring of Logan Hetland as a paraprofessional at the rate of $17.00 an hour starting January 3, 2024.

Motion by Goral, seconded by Spelbring, all aye, to approve the December purchase of CDs from CorTrust Bank $100,000 out of Special Education fund and $50,000 out of Capital Outlay fund with 5.05 percent APY. Discussion was held.

Motion by Spelbring, seconded by Adams, all aye, to go into executive session SDCL 1-25-2(1) to discuss personnel with possible motions to follow at 7:50 p.m. Regular session resumed at 8:30 p.m.

The next regular Board meeting will be held on Monday, January 8, 2024, at 7:00 p.m. at the Sanborn Central School.  

Motion by Adams, seconded by Klaas, all aye, to adjourn the meeting at 8:31 p.m.

Gayle Bechen

Business Manager

Clayton Dean

Board Chair

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