- First published on 15 April 2009 Posted in School Board Agendas & Minutes
Regular School Board Meeting
Minutes of February 23, 2009
The Chilton Board of Education met in regular session on Monday, February 23, 2009 at 6:30 p.m. in the Engler Center for the Performing Arts Center located at 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 Mrs. Hintz, seconded by Mr. Kolbe to approve the bills as presented and authorize payment of checks #107702 - #107855. That motion carried with unanimous consent. The February receipts were $1,695,346.06. The February disbursements including payroll were $1,119,868.54.
Mrs. Lau presented the treasurer/financial report.
Dr. Martin presented the Superintendent's report.
Mr. Meier presented the President's report. Mr. Meier reminded the people in attendance that this is an open meeting of the Board of Education not a public meeting. There is a delegations portion of the meeting to address the board.
Mr. Kolbe gave a presentation on his attendance at the WASB Convention.
The Policy Committee presented the second reading of revised policies 466-Scholarships, 453.5-Locker Room Privacy, 422-Student Personal Websites/Bullying/Cyber Bullying and Hazing Policies, 464.1-Gifted and Talented, 581 & 582-Coaching Levels and Attendance at State Functions, 471.1-Responsibility for Health Program, 473.5-Emergency Nursing Service Statement of Standards, and 562.2-Physician Responsibility.
The Policy Committee presented the third reading of revised policies 723.51-Community Support Organization and 525-Criminal Background Checks. There was a motion by Mr. Lisowe, seconded by Mrs. Hintz to approve the third and final reading of these policies. That motion carried with unanimous consent.
The Buildings and Grounds Committee gave their recommendations regarding the development of a five (5) year maintenance plan. There was a motion by Mr. Lisowe, seconded by Mr. Rautmann to hire Mr. Tom Beck to work with Mr. Dan Kopf to develop a five (5) year plan for the Chilton Public Schools. That motion carried with unanimous consent.
The Co-Curricular Committee gave an update on the following topics at previous committee meetings. The Wall of Honor recognition, Co-Curricular Code and weight room equipment. The committee gave their recommendations regarding fees for use of the weight room and pool. They recommend no fee to be charged for the weight room as it is utilized by Chilton residents. Regarding pool usage, the committee recommends a
non-resident user fee. The user fee would be $100.00 per person and $300.00 per family per year starting on July 1 and running through June 30. There was a motion by Mrs. Hintz, seconded by Mr. Lisowe to recommend no fee for pool usage for district residents, and a fee of $100.00 per person and $300.00 per family per year for non-residents. That motion carried with unanimous consent.
The Finance Committee gave an update on the selection process used in identifying a Health Insurance Consultant. Also, an update was given from the previous committee meeting on Food Service outsourcing.
The building leadership teams from the middle school, high school and elementary school provided updates on their building goals and school improvement implementation plans.
Dr. Martin presented the 2009-2010 proposed budget reductions.
There was a motion by Mr. Rautmann, seconded by Mr. Lisowe to approve the following student field trips:
Band Students to Florida from June 17-21, 2009, Senior Class Trip to Great America on June 4, 2009, and the
Ski Club to Marquette Mountain, Marquette, Michigan on March 13. That motion carried with unanimous consent.
There was a motion by Mrs. Hintz, seconded by Mr. Kolbe to approve a Youth Options Request for a student to take a Certified Nursing Assistant course at Fox Valley Technical College. That motion carried with unanimous consent.
There was a motion by Mr. Rautmann, seconded by Mrs. Hintz to accept the retirement of Mrs. Mary Schweitzer, first grade teacher. That motion carried with unanimous consent.
There was a motion by Mr. Rautmann, seconded by Mr. Lisowe 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 February 23, 2009.
Debra Hintz, Clerk
Dawn Bartel, Recording Secretary