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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

2017-01-23 Board of Education Minutes

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2017-01-23 Board of Education 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, January 23, 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, January 23, 2017.

1. Call to order
Mr. Randy Lisowe called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m.

2. Roll call of members
Present: Bailey, Brickl, Criter, Kolbe, Lisowe
Also Present: Mrs. Sue Kaphingst, Mr. Ty Breitlow, Mrs. Pam Schuster, Mrs. Mandy Potratz,
Mrs. Dawn Bartel and Miss Lauren Mortimer.
Absent: 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.

-Presentation of the 2015-2016 Financial Audit - Mr. Kevin Behnke, Hawkins Ash CPAs,
will present the school district's financial audit.

-Acceptance of the following Gift(s) to the District:
-Grant for Special Education Technology - $1,000.00.
-Donation from Worthington Cylinders Service Committee - $500.00 gift to use for Bingo for
  Books and/or Student Headphones, and Several Coats, Snow Pants, Hats, Mittens, and
   Gloves.
-Donation from Walmart - School Supplies - $200.00.
-Donation from Chilton Wrestling Club - Athletic Training Room Supplies - $1,074.24.
-Donation from Chilton Wrestling Club - Wrestling Mat (half of the purchase price) -
$4,435.00.
-Donation from Chilton Booster Club - Wrestling Mat (half of the purchase price) -
$4,435.00.
-Donation from Chilton Booster Club - Varsity Softball Field Fencing - $4,179.12.

Mr. Kevin Behnke, Hawkins Ash CPAs, presented the school district's financial audit.

There was a motion by Mr. Jerry Kolbe, seconded by Mr. Corey Brickl to approve the
following donations to the school district:

-Grant for Special Education Technology - $1,000.00.

-Donation from Worthington Cylinders Service Committee - $500.00 gift to use for Bingo for
Books and/or Student Headphones, and Several Coats, Snow Pants, Hats, Mittens, and
Gloves.

-Donation from Walmart - School Supplies - $200.00.

-Donation from Chilton Wrestling Club - Athletic Training Room Supplies - $1,074.24.

-Donation from Chilton Wrestling Club - Wrestling Mat (half of the purchase price) -
$4,435.00.
-Donation from Chilton Booster Club - Wrestling Mat (half of the purchase price) -
$4,435.00.

-Donation from Chilton Booster Club - Varsity Softball Field Fencing - $4,179.12.
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. Dave Bailey to approve the
following consent agenda items:

Approval of minutes from previous board meetings, to include committee meetings.
Approval of bills as presented and authorized payment of check #209332 - #209382 and
ACH #161701438 - #161701508. The January receipts were $2,258,961.13. The January
disbursements including payroll were $1,000,778.18.

Recommendation for Hire:
-Shilah Andrade Lazaro, ELL Aide
-Ashley Pagel, Special Education Aide
Recommendation for Retirement:
-Patricia Schaffer, Middle School Teacher

Recommendation for Resignation:
-Katie VanderZanden, Food Service Worker

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:

-Shilah Andrade Lazaro, ELL Aide
-Ashley Pagel, Special Education Aide

II. Recommendation for Retirement:
-Patricia Schaffer, Middle School Teacher

III. Recommendation for Resignation - For Information Only - No Action Required:
-Katie VanderZanden, Food Service Worker

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 on Wednesday, January 11, 2017 at 4:00 p.m.
-Third Reading of Policy 5113-Open Enrollment Transportation. The Board of
Education
will be asked to waive the first and second readings of Policy 5113-Open Enrollment
Transportation, and to approve the third and final reading.

Co-Curricular Committee Report:
The Co-Curricular Committee met on Thursday, January 12, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.
Finance Committee Report:

Buildings and Grounds Committee Report:

Policy Committee Report: The Policy Committee met on January 11, 2017.

There was a motion by Mr. Corey Brickl, seconded by Mr. Dave Bailey to waive the first
and second reading of Policy 5113 - Open Enrollment Transportation. All ayes, motion
carried.

There was a motion by Mr. Dave Bailey, seconded by Mr. Corey Brickl to approve the
third and final reading of Policy 5113 - Open Enrollment Transportation. All ayes, motion
carried.

Co-Curricular Committee Report: The Co-Curricular Committee met on January 12,
2017.

Finance Committee: Did not meet.

Buildings and Grounds Committee: Did not meet.

C. Student Board Representative Report - Miss Lauren Mortimer, Student Council
Board of Education Representative, will provide an update to the Board on current
student topics.

Miss Lauren Mortimer, Student Council Board of Education Representative, updated the
Board on current student topics.

D. Open Enrollment - Space availability for open enrollment students. School Boards
must determine the number of regular and special education spaces available within
the school district for full-time open enrollment.

There was a motion by Mr. Dave Bailey, seconded by Mr. Jerry Kolbe to approve the
2017-2018 space availability for open enrollment students. All ayes, motion carried.

8. New Business

A. Spotlight on Learning - Elementary School Students/Staff.
Chilton Elementary School students and staff presented spotlight on learning.

9. Administrative Reports - The following administrators will provide administrative

updates on their areas of responsibility:

Mrs. Pam Schuster, Elementary School Principal

Mrs. Sue Kaphingst, Superintendent
-Open Enrollment Alternative Application Report - Quarterly Report to the Board -
November through January

Two Requests to Open Enroll Out to attend Hilbert School District

Mr. Matt Kiel, Middle School Principal

Mr. Ty Breitlow, High School Principal
-Tiger Streak LLC Updates

Mrs. Pam Schuster, Elementary School Principal, reported on:
-Curriculum Changes.

Mrs. Sue Kaphingst, Superintendent, reported on:
-Open Enrollment Alternative Applications from November through January.
-State Education Conference

Mr. Ty Breitlow, High School Principal, reported on:
-Tiger Streak LLC Updates.
-Early Graduation for Three Students.

10. Convene into closed session pursuant to State Statutes 19.85(1)(a)(c) & (f) to approve
administrative contracts and closed session minutes, and to discuss specific personnel.

There was a motion by Mr. Terry Criter, seconded by Mr. Corey Brickl to convene into closed
session to approve administrative contracts, closed session minutes, and to discuss specific
personnel. Upon a roll call vote, all ayes: Lisowe, Criter, Brickl, Kolbe, and Bailey.

11. Reconvene in open session to take action on matters discussed in closed session if
necessary and appropriate.

12. Adjournment

There was a motion by Mr. Dave Bailey, seconded by Mr. Jerry Kolbe to adjourn the
meeting. All ayes, motion carried.

 

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2017-05-24 Special Board of Education Meeting

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2017-05-24 Special 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
Special Board of Education Meeting
Wednesday, May 24, 2017, at 5:30 P.M.
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. Convene into closed session pursuant to State Statute 19.85(1)(a) and (f) for the purpose of
conducting a student expulsion hearing.
 
5. Reconvene into open session to take action on matters discussed in closed session if
necessary and appropriate.
 
6. 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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2017-05-15 Board of Education Meeting AMENDED Agenda

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2017-05-15 Board of Education Meeting AMENDED Agenda

 

School District of Chilton
Preparing students to achieve their potential is our highest priority.
530 West Main Street
Chilton, WI 53014
 
AMENDED AGENDA
Board of Education Meeting
Monday, May 15, 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:
$1,000.00 from Lab Midwest LLC for the High Mileage Vehicle Club.
 
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:
        -Ann Wagner, Middle School Math Teacher
        -Soledad Theel, Spanish Teacher and ELL Support
        -Steven Bartel, High School Technology Education/Vocational Arts
 
II. Recommendation for Retirement:
 
III. Recommendation for Resignation - For Information Only - No Action Required:
        -Denys M. Koenigs, Brillion/Valders/Chilton Girls' Swim Team Coach
 
IV. CESA 7 Employees - For Information Only - No Action Required:
        -Retirement - Joan Moker, Registered Occupational Therapist
 
7. Old Business
 
A. President's Report - The Board President will update the Board on various topics.
-Committee Assignments
 
B. Board of Education Committee Reports
 
    Policy Committee Report:
   
    Finance Committee Report:
     -The Finance Committee met at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, May 8, 2017.
 
    Co-Curricular Committee Report
     -The Co-Curricular Committee will meet at 5:00 p.m. on Monday, May 15, 2017.
 
    Buildings and Grounds Committee Report
 
C. Student Board Representative Report - Miss Lauren Mortimer, Student Council Board of
Education Representative, will provide an update to the Board on current student topics.
 
D. Police School Liaison Officer Quarterly Report - Mr. Jacob Meyer, Police School Liaison
Officer, will provide the Board of Education with his quarterly report.
 
E. Board Approval of 2017-2018 Building Usage and School Fee Schedules.
 
8. New Business
 
A. Spotlight on Learning - Middle School.
 
B. School Nurse Responsibilities - Mrs. Katie Breitlow will update the Board of Education on
her responsibilities as the school nurse.
 
C. Approval and Denial of Open Enrollment Requests - The Board of Education will take
action on Open Enrollment requests into and out of the School District of Chilton for the
2017-2018 school year.
 
D. Student Field Trip Approval - FBLA has five individuals that have qualified for Nationals in
Anaheim, California. 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:
 
Mr. Matt Kiel, Middle School Principal
 
Mr. Ty Breitlow, High School Principal
-Commencement
 
Mrs. Pam Schuster, Elementary School Principal
-End-of-Year Activities
 
Mrs. Sue Kaphingst, Superintendent
-Staff Appreciation - Wednesday, May 31 at 4:00 p.m.
 
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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2017-05-15 Board of Education Meeting

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2017-05-15 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, May 15, 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:
$1,000.00 from Lab Midwest LLC for the High Mileage Vehicle Club.

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:

   -Ann Wagner, Middle School Math Teacher
   -Soledad Theel, Spanish Teacher and ELL Support

II. Recommendation for Retirement:

III. Recommendation for Resignation - For Information Only - No Action Required:
      -Denys M. Koenigs, Brillion/Valders/Chilton Girls' Swim Team Coach

IV. CESA 7 Employees - For Information Only - No Action Required:
      -Retirement - Joan Moker, Registered Occupational Therapist

7. Old Business
A. President's Report - The Board President will update the Board on various topics.
    -Committee Assignments

B. Board of Education Committee Reports

    Policy Committee Report:
   
    Finance Committee Report:
    -The Finance Committee met at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, May 8, 2017.
   
    Co-Curricular Committee Report
    -The Co-Curricular Committee will meet at 5:00 p.m. on Monday, May 15, 2017.
 
    Buildings and Grounds Committee Report
 
C. Student Board Representative Report - Miss Lauren Mortimer, Student Council Board of
Education Representative, will provide an update to the Board on current student topics.
 
D. Police School Liaison Officer Quarterly Report - Mr. Jacob Meyer, Police School Liaison
Officer, will provide the Board of Education with his quarterly report.
 
E. Board Approval of 2017-2018 Building Usage and School Fee Schedules.
 
8. New Business
 
A. Spotlight on Learning - Middle School.
 
B. School Nurse Responsibilities - Mrs. Katie Breitlow will update the Board of Education on
her responsibilities as the school nurse.
 
C. Approval and Denial of Open Enrollment Requests - The Board of Education will take
action on Open Enrollment requests into and out of the School District of Chilton for the
2017-2018 school year.
 
D. Student Field Trip Approval - FBLA has five individuals that have qualified for Nationals in
Anaheim, California. 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:
 
Mr. Matt Kiel, Middle School Principal
 
Mr. Ty Breitlow, High School Principal
-Commencement
 
Mrs. Pam Schuster, Elementary School Principal
-End-of-Year Activities
Mrs. Sue Kaphingst, Superintendent
 
-Staff Appreciation - Wednesday, May 31 at 4:00 p.m.
 
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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2017-04-24 Board of Education Meeting

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2017-04-24 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, April 24, 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. Reorganization of the Board: Sue Kaphingst will conduct the process of nominations and
election for the Board President. Once elected, the Board President will conduct the election
process for the offices of: Vice-President, Treasurer and Clerk.

Declaration:
-Official Newspaper -
-Depositories - State Bank of Chilton-Checking, Local Government Investment Pool-Savings,
Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region-Scholarship Funds, and BMO Harris Bank-
CESA 6 OPEB Trust-OPEB Trust Funds.
-CESA 7 Representative

6. 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:
-Monetary Donation from DonorsChoose.org for furniture at Chilton High School.
-$1,000.00 Donation from the Allen & Karen Schuette Heritage Fund for Chilton
Elementary and Middle School Library for the LEGO StoryStarter Project.

7. 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:

       -Michael Hicks, Volunteer Baseball Coach
       -Frank Wasdovitch, Volunteer Baseball Coach
       -John Pauly, Volunteer Baseball Coach
       -Sofia Garcia, ELL Aide
   II. Recommendation for Retirement:
       -Kathleen Rozman, Custodian
  III. Recommendation for Resignation - For Information Only - No Action Required:
  IV. CESA 7 Employees - For Information Only - No Action Required:
E. Approval of Teacher Contract Renewals - 2017-2018.

8. Old Business

A. President's Report - The Board President will update the Board on various topics.
B. Board of Education Committee Reports
Policy Committee Report:
-Third Reading of Volume 25 - No. 2.
Finance Committee Report:
-The Finance Committee met on Monday, April 24, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.
-Approval of Transportation Contract
-Approval of Vehicle Replacement
Co-Curricular Committee Report
Buildings and Grounds Committee Report
C. Student Board Representative Report - Miss Lauren Mortimer, Student Council Board of
Education Representative, will provide an update to the Board on current student topics.

9. New Business

A. Spotlight on Learning.
B. School Nurse Responsibilities - Mrs. Katie Breitlow will update the Board of Education on
her responsibilities as the school nurse.

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

Mr. Matt Kiel, Middle School Principal
-ACP Documentation

Mr. Ty Breitlow, High School Principal
-Graduation - June 4
-Academic Co-Curricular Recognition
-TigerStreak High School Tours
-CHS Awards Night
-Chamber Night

Mrs. Pam Schuster, Elementary School Principal

Mrs. Sue Kaphingst, Superintendent
-Youth Options Quarterly Report - One request to Wisconsin Virtual School - French II
-Upcoming Events

11. Adjournment

 

Mr. Jerry Kolbe, 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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