2017-06-19 Board of Education Meeting Minutes

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2017-06-19 Board of Education Meeting Minutes

 

School District of Chilton
Preparing students to achieve their potential is our highest priority.
530 West Main Street
Chilton, WI 53014
 
MINUTES
 
Board of Education Meeting
Monday, June 19, 2017, at 6:00 pm
Community Room of the High School Building
 
The meeting was called to order at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, June 19, 2017.
 
1. Call to order
Mr. Randy Lisowe called the meeting to order.
 
2. Roll call of members
 
Present: Bailey, Brickl, Criter, Koenigs, Lisowe
 
Also Present: Mrs. Sue Kaphingst, Mrs. Pam Schuster, Mrs. Amanda Potratz, Mr. Ty
Breitlow, Mr. Matt Kiel, and Mrs. Dawn Bartel.
 
3. Verification of notice pursuant to s.19.84(1)(3) Wis. Stats.
 
Notices were properly posted.
 
4. Pledge of Allegiance
 

5. Delegations: This is the time for any person attending the meeting as an observer to
express a particular comment or concern.

-Acceptance of the following Gift(s) to the District:

-The Chilton Booster Club donated the following:
   $479.84 to Golf (Umbrellas), $1,080.00 to Football (Roll Tackle Rings-partial purchase
price), and $2,100.00 to Football (Protective Helmet Covers)

-The Chilton Area Community Foundation donated $8,590.92 to the Engler Center for the
Performing Arts Fund for a Sound Board.

-DonorsChoose.org donated $308.18 to Chilton High School.

-Daniel and Denys Mallmann donated $198.00 to the SHARE Program.

-The Violet and Ruben Laack Memorial Fund donated $1,980.00 designated for the
purchase of 12 sets of LEGO Education WeDo2 to teach robotics to Chilton Elementary School
and Chilton Middle School.

-Mr. Timothy Merwin, in partnership with Kimberly-Clark Community Partners Program,
donated $500.00 to Chilton High School.
There was a motion by Mr. Dave Bailey, seconded by Mrs. Donna Koenigs to approve the
following gifts to the District:

-The Chilton Booster Club:
$479.84 to Golf (Umbrellas)
$1,080.00 to Football (Roll Tackle Rings-partial purchase price)
$2,100.00 to Football (Protective Helmet Covers)

-The Chilton Area Community Foundation - $8,590.92 to the Engler Center for the
Performing Arts Fund for a Sound Board.

-DonorsChoose.org - $308.18 to Chilton High School.

-Daniel and Denys Mallmann - $198.00 to the SHARE Program.

-The Violet and Ruben Laack Memorial Fund - $1,980.00 designated for the purchase
of 12 sets of LEGO Education WeDo2 to teach robotics to Chilton Elementary School and
Chilton Middle School.

-Mr. Timothy Merwin, in partnership with Kimberly-Clark Community Partners Program -
$500.00 to Chilton High School.

All ayes, motion carried.

6. Consent Items: (Board members may remove consent items on the agenda for
discussion and/or separate action.)

There was a motion by Mr. Terry Criter, seconded by Mr. Corey Brickl to approve the
following consent agenda items:

Approval of minutes from previous board meetings, to include committee meetings.
Approval of bills as presented and authorize payment of check #209635 - #209709 and ACH
#161701853 - #161701912. The June receipts were $2,883,146.21. The June
disbursements including payroll were $1,209,164.02.

Recommendation for Resignation - For Information Only - No Action Required:
-Sarah Heinen, Elementary School Teacher

All ayes, motion carried.

A. Approval of minutes from previous board meetings, to include committee
meetings.

B. Approval of monthly bills and authorization to pay said bills.

C. Treasurer/Financial Report

D. Personnel Approvals

I. Recommendation for Hire:
II. Recommendation for Retirement:
III. Recommendation for Resignation - For Information Only - No Action Required:
-Sarah Heinen, Elementary School Teacher
IV. CESA 7 Employees - For Information Only - No Action Required:

7. Old Business

A. President's Report - The Board President will update the Board on various topics.

Mr. Randy Lisowe gave the President's Report.

B. Board of Education Committee Reports

Policy Committee Report:
-The Policy Committee met at 4:30 p.m. on June 13, 2017. The next meeting will be
held on Monday, June 26, 2017 at 4:00 p.m.

-First Reading of Policy 2370 - Educational Options.

-Third Reading of Policies 5111.03 - Children and Youth in Foster Care; 8500 - Food
Services, and 6152 - Student Fees, Fines, and Charges. The Board of Education will
be asked to dispense of the formal readings, waive the first and second readings, and
approve the third and final reading of Policies 5111.03, 8500, and 6152.

-The Finance Committee met at 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June 7, 2017.

Co-Curricular Committee Report

-The Co-Curricular Committee met at 7:00 a.m. on Tuesday, June 13, 2017.

Buildings and Grounds Committee Report

Policy Committee Report:

The Policy Committee met on June 13 and June 26, 2017.

First Reading of Policy 2370-Educational Options took place.

Third and Final Reading of Policies 5111.03-Children Youth in Foster Care, 8500-Food
Services, and 6152-Student Fees, Fines, and Charges. There was a motion by Mr.
Corey Brickl, seconded by Mr. Dave Bailey to dispense of the formal readings, waive the
first and second readings, and approve the third and final reading of the following
Policies: 5111.03-Children Youth in Foster Care, 8500-Food Services, and 6152-Student
Fees, Fines, and Charges. All ayes, motion carried.

Finance Committee Report:

The Finance Committee met on June 7, 2017.

Co-Curricular Committee Report:

The Co-Curricular Committee met on June 13, 2017.

Buildings and Grounds Committee did not meet.

8. New Business

A. Bid Approval for Snow Removal - The Board of Education will review and approve
snow removal bid(s).

There was a motion by Mr. Corey Brickl, seconded by Mrs. Donna Koenigs to approve
the snow removal bid submitted by Lake to Lake Custom Services for the 2017-2018
school year. All ayes, motion carried.

B. Bid Approval for Fuel and Gas - The Board of Education will review and approve fuel and gas bids.

There was a motion by Mr. Dave Bailey, seconded by Mr. Terry Criter to approve the Fuel
and Gas bid submitted by Condon Oil. All ayes, motion carried. Mr. Corey Brickl abstained.

9. Administrative Reports - The following administrators will provide administrative
updates on their areas of responsibility:

Mr. Matt Kiel, Middle School Principal
-Building Goal Report

Mr. Ty Breitlow, High School Principal

Mrs. Pam Schuster, Elementary School Principal
-Building Goal Report
-Grant Award for Technology

Mrs. Sue Kaphingst, Superintendent

Mr. Matt Kiel, Middle School Principal, reported on:
Building Goals

Mrs. Pam Schuster, Elementary School Principal, reported on:
Building Goals
Grant Award for Technology

10. Convene into closed session pursuant to State Statute 19.85(1)(a)(c)(e) & (f) to
discuss student expulsion, approve closed session minutes, and to discuss
Administrative, Chilton Education Association (CEA), and Support Staff Wages and
Benefits.

There was a motion by Mr. Terry Criter, seconded by Mr. Dave Bailey to convene into closed
session. Upon a roll call vote: Lisowe-aye, Criter-aye, Brickl-aye, Bailey-aye, and Koenigsaye.
All ayes, motion carried.

11. Reconvene in open session and act on matters discussed in closed session if
necessary and appropriate.

12. Adjournment

There was a motion by Mr. David Bailey, seconded by Mr. Terry Criter to adjourn the
meeting. All ayes, motion carried.

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