Chilton, WI 53014
Oct012008

2008-08-25 Minutes

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First published on 01 October 2008 Posted in School Board Agendas & Minutes
SCHOOL DISTRICT OF CHILTON
Regular School Board Meeting
Minutes of August 25, 2008

The Chilton Board of Education met in regular session on Monday, August 25, 2008 at 7:30 p.m. in the Community Room of the Chilton High School. Roll call was taken and all members were present. All notices were properly posted.

There was a motion by Mr. Lisowe, seconded by Mr. Rautmann to approve the minutes of the previous meetings and committee meetings. That motion carried with unanimous consent.

There was a motion by Mr. Lisowe, seconded by Mrs. Hintz to approve the bills as presented and authorize payment of checks #107028 - 107155. That motion carried with unanimous consent. The August receipts were $1,455,121.63. The August disbursements including payroll were $843,285.46.

Mrs. Lau presented the treasurer/financial report.

Under delegations, Mr. Jim Lynch, AWSA Executive Director, presented a gift to the District in the amount of $1,000.00. There was a motion by Mr. Rautmann, seconded by Mrs. Hintz to approve the gift of $1,000.00 from the Association of Wisconsin School Administrators. That motion carried with unanimous consent.

Dr. Martin presented the superintendent's report.

Mr. Meier presented the President's report.

The Policy Committee presented the first reading of Policy 310 - Mission, Vision, Core Values and Belief Statements. It was recommended that Section 313 - Core Values be broken down into bullets for easier reading.

The Policy Committee presented the third and final reading of Policy 725.14 - Payroll Deductions and Policy 452.8 - Controlled Substance and Alcohol Use. There was a motion by Mrs. Hintz, seconded by Mr. Kolbe to approve the third reading of these policies. That motion carried with unanimous consent.

The Co-curricular Committee gave an update on their committee work.

Under personnel approvals, there was a motion by Mr. Lisowe, seconded by Mr. Rautmann to approve Stephanie Bartels as JV Volleyball Coach; Alyson Parmelee, 4th grade teacher; Corey Behnke, M.S./H.S. Physical Education and Assistant Freshman Football Coach; Dave Konen, Weight Room Supervisor (A.M.); three part-time Kindergarten Aides, and Curtis Hibbard as a Volunteer Cheerleading Coach. That motion carried with unanimous consent.

There was a motion by Mr. Lisowe, seconded by Mr. Kolbe to approve the resignation of Deb Tasch, Nutrition Services Department. That motion carried with unanimous consent.

For the Board's information, Amy Schmidt has been hired as a Speech Teacher for CESA 7.

A representative from CESA 6 gave a presentation on Other Post Employment Benefit Trust.

Mrs. Lau gave a presentation to the Board of Education on revenue limits.

Mrs. Lau presented to the Board of Education the 2008-2009 budget. There was a motion by Mr. Rautmann, seconded by Mr. Lisowe to accept the 2008-2009 budget. That motion carried with unanimous consent.

The Board was reminded of the WASB Regional meeting that will be held this year on October 23rd at Millhome in Kiel. If you are interested in attending, please contact Dawn Bartel.

Mr. Appel reported on the start of the new school year and step up to 5th grade.

Dr. Schaid reported on the final steps to assure readiness for school to start and gave a report on the Class of 2008 ACT scores.

Dr. Blink gave a summary on the Data Retreat, reported on MAP testing dates, and gave an update on the Lowe's grant.

Mrs. Schuster reported on the opening of school and gave an update on enrollment numbers.

There was a motion by Mr. Lisowe, seconded by Mr. Kolbe to adjourn the meeting. That motion carried with unanimous consent.

This is the end of the meeting minutes of the Regular Board of Education meeting for the Chilton Public School District on August 25, 2008.


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Debra Hintz, Clerk

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Dawn Bartel, Recording Secretary

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