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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

CES & CMS
421 Court Street

Chilton, WI 53014

CES Tel #: (920) 849-9388

CMS Tel #: (920) 849-9152

School Board Agendas & Minutes

2009-01-26 Regular Agenda

May132009

2009-01-26 Regular Agenda

 

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF CHILTON
Board of Education Meeting
Community Room of the High School Building
January 26, 2009 @ 7:30 p.m.

Notice is hereby given that the School Board of the Chilton Public School District will meet on Monday, January 26, 2009, at 7:30 p.m. in the Community Room of the High School building, and that the agenda for said meeting is as follows:

AGENDA

1. Call to order

2. Roll call of members

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

4. Pledge of Allegiance

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

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

7. Treasurer/Financial Report

8. Delegations: This is the time for any person attending the meeting as an observer to express
a particular comment or concern. A cast of characters from the Pirates of Penzance will perform a few short excerpts from the show.

9. Superintendent's Report: The Superintendent will update the Board on achievements/accomplishments of Chilton students and/or staff.

10. Old Business:

a. President's Report - Paul Meier will update the Board on various topics.

b. Policy Committee Report

First Reading:
*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
*562.2 - Physician Responsibility

Second Reading:
*723.51 - Community Support Organization Policy
*525 - Criminal Background Checks

Review

*Policy 153.3 - Attendance at Association Meetings (School Board Convention
Attendance-State and National)
*Naming Rights
*NEOLA Presentation

c. Buildings and Grounds Committee Report - The Buildings and Grounds Committee will discuss the addition of snowplowing fees to be added to the District's facility usage form.

d. WASB Convention - Board members will discuss attendance and participation at the convention.

11. New Business:

a. Acceptance of Gift to the District - Mr. Tim Hephner, Chilton Wrestling
Club, will present a gift to the district. We are recommending the
acceptance of Middle School Wrestling Warm-ups from the Wrestling Club.

b. Development of a Five Year Maintenance Plan - Mr. Tom Beck, Buildings and
Grounds Consultant for the Neenah Joint School District, will present information on
assisting the Chilton Public School District with the development of a five (5) year
maintenance plan.

c. Personnel Approvals -
Recommendations for Resignation: Scott Fritz, Co-Head Football Coach.

Recommendations for Hire: Amy Criter, Nutrition Service Clerical Aide
(part-time).

d. Vocational Arts Shop Presentation - Mr. Tim Meyer will present an overview of
Chilton High School's Vocational Arts Program.

e. Administrative Job Responsibilities - The Board of Education will review administrative job responsibilities and specific duties.

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

Dr. Schaid, Chilton High School Principal
-Registration & Scheduling Update
-Revised "Bell Schedule" at High School to Meet Required Days/Hours of
Instruction

Dr. Blink, Dr. Blink, Director of Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment,
District Data Manager, K-12 District Reading Specialist
-Assessment Proposal to the United States Congress
-Student Information System Update
-NAEP Testing in 4th Grade

 Mrs. Schuster, Chilton Elementary School Principal
-Literacy Taskforce and Benchmark Assessments
-PTA Update

Mr. Appel, Chilton Middle School Principal
-Recognize Winter MS Coaches
-Parent Contacts - Learning Labs & Attendance

13. Adjournment

 

Mrs. Debra Hintz, Clerk
Board of Education

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2008-10-27 Minutes

Dec032008

2008-10-27 Minutes

 

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF CHILTON
Regular School Board Meeting
Minutes of October 27, 2008

The Chilton Board of Education met in regular session on Monday, October 27, 2008 at 7:30 p.m. in the Community Room located at the Chilton High School. Roll call was taken and all members were present with the exception of Mrs. Debra Hintz. Mrs. Hintz was not in attendance for the entire meeting. 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 Mr. Kolbe to approve the bills as presented and authorize payment of checks #107272 - #107436. That motion carried with unanimous consent. The October receipts were $53,438.89. The October disbursements including payroll were $1,261,065.63.

Mrs. Lau presented the treasurer/financial report.

Under delegations, Mr. Dennis Weber, Weber Oil Company; Mr. Lee Daun, Daun School Bus Service; and Chief Larry Seipel, City of Chilton Police Department, presented their views/comments regarding the fuel bids.

Dr. Martin presented the Superintendent's report.

Mr. Meier presented the President's report.

There was a motion by Mr. Lisowe, seconded by Mr. Rautmann to approve the amended budget for the 2008-2009 school year. That motion carried with unanimous consent.

There was a motion by Mr. Lisowe, seconded by Mr. Rautmann to approve the tax levy for the 2008-2009 school year at $4,687,172. That motion carried with unanimous consent.

The Policy Committee presented the first reading of Policies: 725.27-Bids and Price Quotations, 725.294-Emergency Planning and 421-Pupil Nondiscrimination Compliance (Religious Accommodations). Changes were recommended to be made to Policy 725.294-Emergency Planning.

The Policy Committee presented the third and final reading of Policy 310-Mission, Vision, Core Values and Belief Statements. There was a motion by Mr. Kolbe, seconded by Mr. Lisowe to approve the third reading of this policy. That motion carried with unanimous consent.

There was a motion by Mr. Lisowe, seconded by Mr. Rautmann to approve Condon Oil Company for diesel and Kwik Trip for gasoline for the remainder of the 2008-2009 school year. That motion carried with unanimous consent.

There was a motion by Mr. Rautmann, seconded by Mr. Kolbe to approve the acceptance of the following gifts to the District: Chilton Optimist Club-$500.00, Chilton Youth Football-$300.00, Chilton Athletic Club-$500.00, and Chilton Football Alumni-$600.00. That motion carried with unanimous consent.

There was a motion by Mr. Rautmann, seconded by Mr. Kolbe to approve Corey Behnke as Head Coach of the Boys Varsity Basketball program; Joann Deibele as Volunteer Dance Coach; Jim Eisner, 7th grade Boys Basketball Coach and Jesse Krepline, Volunteer Basketball Assistant Coach. That motion carried with unanimous consent.

There was a motion by Mr. Lisowe, seconded by Mr. Kolbe to approve the resignations of Jean Galles, Middle School Secretary and Wendy Sterling, Nutrition Services Clerical Aide. That motion carried with unanimous consent.

Mr. Paul Meier, Board of Education President, requested input from board members on ideas to facilitate community input during delegations.

There was a motion by Mr. Rautmann, seconded by Mr. Lisowe to approve the following Youth Options Requests: Advanced Aviation Science - Wisconsin Virtual School (2 students), Medical Terminology - Fox Valley Technical College, Hardware/Software Support & Intro to Website Design - Moraine Park Technical College, Nursing Assistant - Fox Valley Technical College, and Race, Ethnic & Diversity, Math with Business Apps., and Written Comm. - Fox Valley Technical College. That motion carried with unanimous consent.

There was a motion by Mr. Lisowe, seconded by Mr. Rautmann to table Dr. Schaid's recommendation to implement "skinnies" into the 2009-2010 block schedule. This will brought back to the Board of Education at the November 24, 2008 meeting. That motion carried with unanimous consent.

There was a motion by Mr. Rautmann, seconded by Mr. Jerry Kolbe to implement a Wall of Honor. That motion carried with unanimous consent.

The Board discussed the 2008-2009 evaluation process of the superintendent. The superintendent's evaluation will be held in closed session at the November 24th Board of Education meeting.

The September Third Friday History Report and Enrollment Projections for 2008/2009 were reviewed.

Dr. Blink gave a presentation on the Center for Digital Education.

Mrs. Schuster gave an update on 4K parent education meetings, fire prevention week, Dome Theater presentation, MADCAP Theater, and Homecoming writing activity/pictures.

Mr. Appel gave an update on AWSA presentation recognition, upcoming parent/teacher conferences on November 11 and 13, and fall sports coaches recognition.

There was a motion by Mr. Rautmann, 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 October 27, 2008.


_____________________________________
Debra Hintz, Clerk

_____________________________________
Dawn Bartel, Recording Secretary

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2008-09-22 Minutes

Dec032008

2008-09-22 Minutes

 

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF CHILTON
Regular School Board Meeting
Minutes of September 22, 2008


The Chilton Board of Education met in regular session on Monday, September 22, 2008 at 7:30 p.m. in the Engler Center for the Performing Arts 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. Kolbe, 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 #107156 - #107305 . That motion carried with unanimous consent. The September receipts were $1,427,882.28. The September disbursements including payroll were $1,585,272.23.

Mrs. Lau presented the treasurer/financial report.

Under delegations, new staff introductions took place.

Dr. Martin presented the superintendent's report.

Mr. Meier presented the President's report.

The Policy Committee presented the second reading of Policy 310 - Mission, Vision, Core Values and Belief Statements.

There was a motion by Mrs. Hintz, seconded by Mr. Rautmann to approve participation in the Wisconsin
OPEB Trust which is sponsored by CESA 6. 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.

There was a motion by Mr. Lisowe, seconded by Mr. Kolbe to approve the Reading Recovery Contract with the Valley Area Reading Recovery Consortium. That motion carried with unanimous consent.

There was a motion by Mr. Rautmann, seconded by Mr. Lisowe to approve Laura Meyer, Nutrition Services Department Worker and Wendy Sterling, Nutrition Services Clerical Aide. That motion carried minus
Mr. Kolbe. Mr. Kolbe voted against the hiring of these positions.

The building leadership team at each school presented their building goals and school improvement implementation plans for the 2008-2009 school year.

Mrs. Lau gave a presentation to the Board of Education on equalized aid and equalized values.

The Board was reminded of the National School Board Convention that will be held in San Diego on April 4 - April 7, 2009. If you are interested in attending, please contact Dawn Bartel.

Dr. Schaid presented to the Board the preliminary winter sports participation numbers. There was a motion by Mr. Lisowe, seconded by Mrs. Hintz to suspend the freshman girls' basketball program for the 2008-2009 season. That motion carried with unanimous consent.

There was a motion by Mrs. Hintz, seconded by Mr. Kolbe to approve four Youth Options Requests for students to take the following courses: Intro to Film at UW Fox Valley, Fundamentals of Aviation Science at Wisconsin Virtual School, and two Certified Nursing Assistant requests at Fox Valley Technical College. That motion carried with unanimous consent.

There was a motion by Mrs. Hintz, seconded by Mr. Rautmann to approve the request from Mrs. Thielman to take four FFA members to the National FFA Convention from October 22 - October 25, 2008 to Indianapolis, Indiana. That motion carried with unanimous consent.

Dr. Schaid reported on the opening of school and the girls swim program to include diving.

Dr. Blink presented the District Support Plan.

Mr. Appel gave an update on parent information night, presentation at AWSA conference and safety patrol selection.

There was a motion by Mrs. Hintz, 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 September 22, 2008.

 _____________________________________
Debra Hintz, Clerk

 _____________________________________
Dawn Bartel, Recording Secretary

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2008-11-24 Regular Agenda

Nov192008

2008-11-24 Regular Agenda

 

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF CHILTON
Board of Education Meeting
Community Room of the High School Building
November 24, 2008 @ 7:30 p.m.


Notice is hereby given that the School Board of the Chilton Public School District will meet on Monday, November 24, 2008, at 7:30 p.m. in the Community Room of the High School building, and that the agenda for said meeting is as follows:

AGENDA

1. Call to order
2. Roll call of members
3. Verification of notice pursuant to s. 19.84 (1)(f)
Wis. Stats.
4. Pledge of Allegiance
5. Approval of minutes from previous board meetings,to
include committee meetings.
6. Approval of monthly bills and authorization to pay
said bills.
7. Treasurer/Financial Report
8. Delegations: This is the time for any person
attending the meeting as an observer to
express a particular comment or concern .
9. Superintendent's Report: The Superintendent will
update the Board on achievements/accomplishments of
Chilton students and/or staff.
10. Old Business:
a. President's Report - Paul Meier will update the
Board on various topics.
(WASB 2009-11 Teacher and Support Staff
Bargaining Goals Video Conference -
December 10th @ 6:30 p.m. in the KSCADE Room
of the High School building.)
b. Policy Committee Report - 2nd Reading of
Revised Policies
Second Reading:
*725.27 - Bids and Price Quotations
*725.294 - Emergency Purchasing
*421 - Pupil Nondiscrimination Compliance
(Religious Accommodations)
c. Recommendation to Implement "Skinnies" into
the 2009-2010 Chilton High School Block
Schedule - Dr. Schaid will make a
recommendation to the Board of Education to
implement "skinnies" into the 2009-2010 Chilton
High School block schedule.

d. Board Procedures for Community Input During
Delegations - The Board President will request
input from Board members on ideas to facilitate
community input during delegations.
11. New Business:

a. WASB State Convention Attendance - The WASB
State Convention will be held January 20-23,
2009. If interested in attending, please
contact Dawn Bartel.

b. Chilton Public School District Activity Clubs-
Dr. Schaid and Mr. Appel will present a listing
of the current activities and organizations
composed entirely of students attending the
School District of Chilton. According to Board
Policy 728.11, these activities and
organizations must be Board sanctioned in order
that the funds generated by these student
organizations can be contained in a student body
activity account.

c. Personnel Approvals - Recommendations for
Hire: Tom Mlada, Volunteer Girls
Basketball Coach; Paul Meier, Volunteer Girls
Basketball Coach and Janet Sket, Volunteer
Cheer Assistant.

d. Student Field Trip Approval - We have a request
from Jamie Koehler to take the Ski Club on a
field trip to Norway Mountain, Norway, Michigan
on January 23, 2009.

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

Mrs. Schuster, Chilton Elementary School Principal
-Opera for the Young
-Parent Teacher Conferences

Mr. Appel, Chilton Middle School Principal
-Musical Tryouts December 11-12
-Forensics Meet and CMS Performance
-Upcoming Christmas Concerts for CMS

Dr. Schaid, Chilton High School Principal
-Registration/Scheduling - Strategic Plan Shared
-Kohl Excellence Scholarship
-Kohl Initiative Scholarship

Dr. Blink, Director of Curriculum, Instruction &
Assessment, District Data Manager, K-12 District
Reading Specialist
-Wisconsin Association of Supervision and
Curriculum Development (WASCD) Conference
Summary

13. Convene into closed session pursuant to State Stat.
19.85(1)(f)(c) to discuss administrative job
performance and evaluation.

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

15. Adjournment

Mrs. Debra Hintz, Clerk
Board of Education

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2008-10-27 AMENDED Regular Agenda

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2008-10-27 AMENDED Regular Agenda

 

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF CHILTON
Board of Education Meeting
Community Room of the High School Building
October 27, 2008 @ 7:30 p.m.

Notice is hereby given that the School Board of the Chilton Public School District will meet on Monday, October 27, 2008, at 7:30 p.m. in the Community Room of the High School building, and that the agenda for said meeting is as follows:

REMINDER: Board of Education Picture for Yearbook @ 7:15 p.m.

AMENDED AGENDA

1. Call to order
2. Roll call of members
3. Verification of notice pursuant to s. 19.84 (1)(f) Wis. Stats.
4. Pledge of Allegiance
5. Approval of minutes from previous board meetings, to include committee meetings.
6. Approval of monthly bills and authorization to pay said bills.
7. Treasurer/Financial Report
8. Delegations: This is the time for any person attending the meeting as an observer to express
a particular comment or concern.

9. Superintendent's Report

10. Old Business:
a. President's Report - Paul Meier will update the Board on various topics.

b. Approval of Amended Budget - This is the formal approval of the amended budget for the 2008-09 school year. The motion to approve this budget should read: "I move to approve the budget changes as presented to reflect the certified levy."

c. Certification of the Tax Levy - We will need a motion to approve the 2008-2009 levy. The General Operations (Fund 10) levy is $2,527,313. The Non-Referendum Debt (Fund 38) levy is $100,591. The Referendum Debt (Fund 39) levy is $2,004,160. The Community Services (Fund 80) levy is $55,108. The motion to approve the levy should read: "I move to certify the tax levy for the 2008-2009 school year at $4,687,172."

d. Policy Committee Report - 1st and 3rd Reading of Revised Policies

First Reading:
*725.27 - Bids and Price Quotations
*725.294 - Emergency Purchasing
*421 - Pupil Nondiscrimination Compliance (Religious Accommodations)

Third Reading:
*310 - Mission, Vision, Core Values and Belief Statements

e. Fuel Bid Approval - The Board of Education will approve the fuel bid for the remainder of the 2008-2009 school year.

11. New Business:

a. Acceptance of Gifts to the District - We are recommending the acceptance of the
following gifts to the District:

$500.00 - Chilton Optimist Club
$300.00 - Chilton Youth Football
$500.00 - Chilton Athletic Club
$600.00 - Chilton Football Alumni

b. Personnel Approvals - Recommendations for Hire: Corey Behnke as
Head Coach of Boys Varsity Basketball program, Joann Deibele as Volunteer
Dance Coach, and Jim Eisner as 7th Grade Boys Basketball Coach.

Resignation(s): Jean Galles, Middle School Secretary and Wendy Sterling,
Nutrition Services Clerical Aide.

c. Board Procedures for Community Input During Delegations - The Board President will request input from Board members on ideas to facilitate community input during delegations.

d. Youth Options Request - We are recommending the approval of four Youth Options requests for students to take the following courses:
*Advanced Aviation Science - Wisconsin Virtual School (2 students)
*Medical Terminology - Fox Valley Technical College
*Hardware/Software Support & Intro to Website Design - Moraine Park
Technical College
*Nursing Assistant - Fox Valley Technical College
*Race, Ethnic & Diversity, Math with Business Apps., & Written Comm. - Fox
Valley Technical College

e. Recommendation to Implement "Skinnies" into the 2009-2010 Chilton High School Block Schedule - Dr. Schaid will make a recommendation to the Board of Education to implement "skinnies" into the 2009-2010 Chilton High School block schedule.

f. Co-curricular Committee Report - The Co-curricular Committee will recommend to the Board of Education the implementation of a Wall of Honor.

g. Superintendent Evaluation - The Board will discuss the 2008-09 evaluation process of the superintendent.

h. September Third Friday History Report - Third Friday Comparison: In your packets you will find a comparison of September's Third Friday counts from September, 2000 to September, 2008.

i. Enrollment Projection 2008/2009 - Review of the report from Information Management Systems regarding enrollment projections.


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

Dr. Blink
*Center for Digital Education

Mrs. Schuster
*4K Parent Education Meetings
*Fire Prevention Week
*Dome Theater Presentation
*MADCAP Theater
*Homecoming Writing Activity/Pictures

Mr. Appel
*AWSA Presentation Recognition
*Upcoming Parent/Teacher Conferences - November 11 & 13
*Fall Sports Coaches Recognition

13. Adjournment

 


Debra Hintz, Clerk
Board of Education

 

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