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Mrs. Susan Kaphingst
Superintendent

DISTRICT & CHS
530 W Main Street

Chilton, WI 53014
Dstr. Tel #: (920) 849-8109
CHS Tel #: (920) 849-2358

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Chilton, WI 53014

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School Board Agendas & Minutes

2017-09-18 Board of Education Meeting

Sep142017

2017-09-18 Board of Education Meeting

 

School District of Chilton
Preparing students to achieve their potential is our highest priority.
530 West Main Street
Chilton, WI 53014

AGENDA

Board of Education Meeting
Monday, September 18, 2017, at 6:00 pm
Community Room of the High School Building

1. Call to order

2. Roll call of members

3. Verification of notice pursuant to s.19.84(1)(3) Wis. Stats.

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.

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

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:
-Heather Bancroft, Volunteer Dance Coach
-Diana McGrath, Food Service Worker

II. Recommendation for Retirement:

III. Recommendation for Resignation - For Information Only - No Action Required:
-Bernetta Kersten, Special Education Aide
-Megan Tyson, Dance Coach
-Zach Platner, Forensics Coach
-Julie Birschbach, Director of Food Services

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.

-Welcome Mr. Nathan Schmitz, Student Board of Education Representative

B. Board of Education Committee Reports

Policy Committee Report:
-Third Reading of Volume 26 - No. 1- The Board of Education will be asked to dispense of
the formal reading and approve the third and final reading of Volume 26 - No. 1.

Co-Curricular Committee Report:

Finance Committee Report:

Buildings and Grounds Committee Report:

C. Approval of the 2017-2018 Budget - The Board of Education will vote on the budget as
presented at the Budget Hearing.

8. New Business

A. FFA National Convention - October 25-28, 2017 in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Board will
be asked to approve the FFA National trip to Indianapolis, Indiana. A copy of the itinerary is
attached for your review.

B. FBLA National Fall Leadership Conference - November 10-12, 2017 in St. Louis,
Missouri. The Board will be asked to approve the FBLA National Fall Leadership trip to St.
Louis, Missouri. A copy of the itinerary is attached for your review.

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

Mrs. Sue Kaphingst, Superintendent
-New Staff Introductions

Mr. Matt Kiel, Middle School Principal

Mr. Ty Breitlow, High School Principal
-Homecoming
-Crash Simulation

Mrs. Pam Schuster, Elementary School Principal
-2017-2018 Building Goals

10. Adjournment

Mr. David Bailey, Board Clerk
Chilton Public Schools

Upon request to the Superintendent, submitted twenty-four (24) hours in advance, the District
shall make reasonable accommodations including the provision of informational material in an
alternative format for a disabled person to be able to attend this meeting.

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2017-09-18 Budget Hearing and Annual Meeting

Sep142017

2017-09-18 Budget Hearing and Annual Meeting

 

School District of Chilton
Preparing students to achieve their potential is our highest priority.
530 West Main Street
Chilton, WI 53014

2017-2018 BUDGET HEARING AND ANNUAL MEETING

Monday, September 18, 2017 at 5:30 pm
Community Room of the High School Building
530 West Main Street, Chilton, Wisconsin

AGENDA

BUDGET HEARING

1. Call Hearing to Order

2. Presentation of 2017-2018 Budget

3. Public Comment on Budget

4. Adjourn Budget Hearing

 

ANNUAL SCHOOL DISTRICT MEETING

1. Call Meeting to Order

2. Introduction of School Board Members

3. Election of Chairperson

4. Reading of Minutes of Last Annual Meeting

5. Superintendent's Address

6. RESOLUTION A - BE IT RESOLVED by the electors of the School District of Chilton that pursuant to Section 120.10(8) of the Wisconsin Statutes a tax in the amount of $2,947,552 be levied for the 2017-2018 year for the purpose of the operation of the schools of the school district.

7. RESOLUTION B - BE IT RESOLVED by the electors of the School District of Chilton that pursuant to Section 120.10(10) of the Wisconsin Statutes a tax in the amount of $2,149,350 be levied for the 2017-2018 year for the purpose of paying all current bonded indebtedness for capital expenditures.

8. RESOLUTION C - BE IT RESOLVED by the electors of the School District of Chilton that pursuant to Section 120.10(10m) of the Wisconsin Statutes a tax in the amount of $192,000 be levied for the 2017-2018 year for the purpose of financing all current and future captial expenditures related to buildings and sites.

9. RESOLUTION D - BE IT RESOLVED by the electors of the School District of Chilton that pursuant to Section 120.13(19) of the Wisconsin Statutes a tax in the amount of $121,063 be levied for the 2017-2018 year for the purpose of financing community use of school facilities, providing residents with an activity calendar, and middle school athletic and police school liaison programs.

10. RESOLUTION E – Authorization to establish Salaries for School Board Members.

11. RESOLUTION F – Authorization to Provide Reimbursement of Expense for School Board
Members.

12. RESOLUTION G - Authorization to Retain Legal Counsel.

13. RESOLUTION H – Authorization for the School Board to purchase, operate and maintain transportation vehicles and to purchase liability insurance for such vehicles, and to finance
contracts for the use and services of such vehicles.

14. RESOLUTION I – Authorization for the School Board to Furnish a School Nutrition Program.

15. RESOLUTION J – Authorization for the School Board to Furnish Textbooks.

16. RESOLUTION K – To authorize the School Board to make temporary loans for current operation according to statutory requirements.

17. RESOLUTION L – To authorize the Board of Education to set the date of the 2018 Annual Meeting.

18. Adjournment

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2017-07-17 Board of Education Meeting Minutes

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2017-07-17 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, July 17, 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, July 17, 2017.
 
1. Call to order
 
Mr. Randy Lisowe called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m.
 
2. Roll call of members
 
Present: Brickl, Criter, Koenigs, Lisowe
 
Absent: Bailey
 
Also Present: Mrs. Sue Kaphingst, Mrs. Amanda Potratz, Mr. Ty Breitlow, and Mrs. Dawn
Bartel
 
Absent: Mrs. Pam Schuster and Mr. Matt Kiel
 
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:
 
-Helen Schmitz Memorial Fund donated $100.00 for Chilton Elementary School Library/Books.
-Mr. Steve Stuebbe donated $200.00 to the Chilton School District Athletic Department.
 
There was a motion by Mrs. Donna Koenigs, seconded by Mr. Corey Brickl to approve the following gifts to the District:
 
-Helen Schmitz Memorial Fund donated $100.00 for Chilton Elementary School Library/Books.
-Mr. Steve Stuebbe donated $200.00 to the Chilton School District Athletic Department.
 
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 #209710 - #209769 and ACH #171800002 - #171800044. The July receipts were $147,432.76. The July disbursements including payroll were $1,181,680.75.
 
Recommendation for Hire:
-Charlotte Deehr, Elementary School Teacher
 
Recommendation for Resignation - For Information Only - No Action Required:
-Soledad Theel, Spanish Teacher and ELL Support
 
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:
-Charlotte Deehr, Elementary School Teacher
 
II. Recommendation for Retirement:
 
III. Recommendation for Resignation - For Information Only - No Action Required:
-Soledad Theel, Spanish Teacher and ELL Support
 
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.
 
No report.
 
B. Board of Education Committee Reports
 
Policy Committee Report:
 
-The Policy Committee met at 2:30 p.m. on June 26, 2017.
-Second Reading of Policy 2370 - Educational Options
-First Reading of Volume 26 - No. 1
 
Co-Curricular Committee Report:
 
Finance Committee Report:
 
Buildings and Grounds Committee Report:
 
The Policy Committee presented the second reading of Policy 2370 - Educational Options, and the first reading of Volume 26 - No. 1.
 
The Co-Curricular Committee didn't meet.
 
The Finance Committee didn't meet.
 
The Buildings and Grounds Committee didn't meet.
 
8. New Business
 
A. 2017-2018 Budget - Mrs. Amanda Potratz will present the preliminary 2017-2018 school district budget report.
 
There was a motion by Mr. Corey Brickl, seconded by Mrs. Donna Koenigs to approve the 2017-2018 preliminary budget. All ayes, motion carried.
 
B. RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING PARTICIPATION IN THE CALUMET COUNTY SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS. - Resolution No. 2017-1 - The Board of Education
will be asked to adopt a resolution seeking the continuation of participation in Calumet County CDEB program per State Statute 11.5817(9)(b) & (c).
 
There was a motion by Mr. Corey Brickl, seconded by Mr. Terry Criter to approve Resolution No. 2017-1. A Resolution Authorizing Participation in the Calumet County
Special Education Programs per State Statute 11.5817(9)(b) & (c). All ayes, motion carried.
 

C. School District of Chilton Academic Standards for 2017-2018 School Year. The School Board will consider approval of a notice to parents/guardians that identifies
the District's 2017-2018 academic standards, including those standards for math, science, reading and writing, geography and history, pursuant to section 120.12(13)
and section 118.30(1g)(a)1 of the state statutes.

Resolution No. 2017-2 - I move, pursuant to section 120.12(13)(b) of the state statutes to approve the list and description of the 2017-2018 student academic standards in the
areas of mathematics, science, reading and writing, geography and history as shown in Attachment A, with a date of July 17, 2017, and with said academic standards
constituting the Board-adopted standards that are required under section 118.30(1g)(a) of the state statutes.

AND

I move to direct and authorize the administration to take any necessary actions to incorporate the Board-approved list and description of the 2017-2018 student

academic standards and to issue a notice for parents/guardians that is consistent with the requirements of section 120.12(13) of the state statutes.

There was a motion by Mr. Terry Criter, seconded by Mrs. Donna Koenigs to approve Resolution No. 2017-2. Resolution to approve the list and description of the 2017-18
student academic standards in the areas of mathematics, science, reading and writing, geography and history as shown in Attachment A, with a date of July 17, 2017, and with
said academic standards constituting the Board-adopted standards that are required under section 118.30(1g)(a) of the state statutes.

AND

Move to direct and authorize the administration to take any necessary actions to incorporate the Board-approved list and description of the 2017-18 student academic
standards and to issue a notice for parents/guardians that is consistent with the requirements of section 120.12(13) of the state statutes.

All ayes, motion carried.

D. Set Annual Meeting Date - The Board of Education will be asked to set the date for the 2017 Annual Meeting. The 2016 Annual Meeting was held on September 19, 2016
at 5:30 p.m. Per State Statute 120.08(1), no Annual Meeting may be held before May 15 or after October 31. Administration recommends setting the Annual Meeting date on
September 18, 2017 at 5:30 p.m.

There was a motion by Mr. Corey Brickl, seconded by Mrs. Donna Koenigs to set the 2017 Annual Meeting date on September 18, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. All ayes, motion carried.

E. The Board of Education will be asked to move the October Board of Education meeting from October 16 to October 23, 2017.

There was a motion by Mrs. Donna Koenigs, seconded by Mr. Corey Brickl to move the October Board of Education meeting from October 16 to October 23, 2017. All ayes, motion carried.

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

Mrs. Sue Kaphingst, Superintendent
-Open Enrollment Alternative Application Report - Quarterly Report to the Board - May - July.

One (1) Request Pending

-Seclusion and Physical Restraint Report for 2016-2017.

Mr. Matt Kiel, Middle School Principal

Mr. Ty Breitlow, High School Principal

-Building Improvement Goal Year-End Report

Mrs. Pam Schuster, Elementary School Principal

Administrative Reports:

Mrs. Sue Kaphingst, Superintendent, reported on:

-Open Enrollment Alternative Application Report - Quarterly Report to the Board - May -
July. One (1) request denied.
-Seclusion and Physical Restraint Report for 2016-2017.

Mr. Ty Breitlow, High School Principal, reported on:
-Building Improvement Goal Year-End Report

10. Adjournment

There was a motion by Mr. Terry Criter, seconded by Mrs. Donna Koenigs to adjourn the meeting. All ayes, motion carried.

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2017-08-21 Board of Education Meeting

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2017-08-21 Board of Education Meeting

 

School District of Chilton
Preparing students to achieve their potential is our highest priority.
530 West Main Street
Chilton, WI 53014
 
AGENDA
 
Board of Education Meeting
Monday, August 21, 2017, at 6:00 pm
Community Room of the High School Building
 
1. Call to order
 
2. Roll call of members
 
3. Verification of notice pursuant to s.19.84(1)(3) Wis. Stats.
 
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:
-$3,586.00 Donation from Chilton Booster Club for Swim Racing Lanes.
 
6. Consent Items: (Board members may remove consent items on the agenda for discussion
and/or separate action.)
 
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:
-Marianne Case, Spanish Teacher and ELL Support
-Season Scheurell, Elementary School Teacher
-Hanna Steffes, Special Education Aide
-Sheila Koehler-Oakley, Special Education Aide
 
II. Recommendation for Retirement:
 
III. Recommendation for Resignation - For Information Only - No Action Required:
-Stephanie Adamietz, Food Service Worker
-Bobbie Cercone, Special Education Aide
-John Hostettler, Middle School Wrestling Coach
-Abigail Screnock, JV Volleyball Coach
-Justine Ederer, 8th Grade Language Arts Teacher
 
IV. CESA 7 Employees - For Information Only - No Action Required:
Hire: Angela Rutkowski, Registered Occupational Therapist
Resignation: Lori Behnke, Special Education Aide
 
7. Old Business
 
A. President's Report - The Board President will update the Board on various topics.
-Annual Meeting Date - September 18, 2017 at 5:30 p.m.
 
B. Board of Education Committee Reports
Policy Committee Report:
-Third Reading of Policy 2370 - Educational Options. The Board of Education will be asked
to dispense of the formal reading and approve the third and final reading of Policy 2370-
Educational Options.
-Third Reading of Policies 3421 - Health and Dental Benefits (Professional Staff) and 4421 -
Health and Dental Benefits (Support Staff). 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 3421 and 4421.
-Second Reading of Volume 26 - No. 1
Co-Curricular Committee Report:
Finance Committee Report:
Buildings and Grounds Committee Report:
 
8. New Business
 
A. REACH Presentation - Linda Schwobe, Calumet County Public Health Nursing
Supervisor, will give a presentation regarding parents who host program.
 
B. Approval of School District Student Handbooks - The Board will review and approve the
Elementary, Middle, and High School Student Handbooks.
 
C. Approval of Teacher and Support Staff Employment Handbooks - The Board of
Education will be asked to approve the Teacher and Support Staff Employment Handbooks.
 
9. Administrative Reports - The following administrators will provide administrative updates on
their areas of responsibility:
 
Mrs. Sue Kaphingst, Superintendent
-WASB Region 8 Meeting on September 27, 2017 at Millhome Supper Club.
 
Mr. Matt Kiel, Middle School Principal
 
Mr. Ty Breitlow, High School Principal
 
Mrs. Pam Schuster, Elementary School Principal
-Literacy by the Lakes
-AVMR Training
-Back to School
 
10. Adjournment
 
Mr. David Bailey, Board Clerk
Chilton Public Schools
 
Upon request to the Superintendent, submitted twenty-four (24) hours in advance, the District
shall make reasonable accommodations including the provision of informational material in an
alternative format for a disabled person to be able to attend this meeting.

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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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