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May 28. 2013 6:00AM
BRIEFING MEETING MINUTES
The Brandon City Council met in a briefing session at 5:30 p.m. on May 16, 2013 at the Council Chambers at 308 Main Avenue, Brandon, South Dakota. Present were Roger Brooks, Bob Bruning, Barb Fish, Mindy Hansen, Jo Hausman, Blaine Jones and Mayor Larry Beesley. Others present were: City Administrator, Bryan H. Read; City Engineer, Jon Brown, Stockwell Engineers, Inc.; and Public Works Director, Rollie Hoeke.
The Council discussed the items on the agenda for the upcoming May 20, 2013 regular Council meeting. No formal action was taken.
At 6:25 p.m., having no further business, Mayor Beesley declared the briefing meeting ended.
Larry D. Beesley
Dennis E. Olson
Municipal Finance Officer
Published once at the total approximate cost of $19.09.
1416026 May 29, 2013
The Brandon City Council met in regular session at 6:00 p.m. on May 20, 2013, in the Council Chambers at 308 Main Avenue, Brandon, South Dakota. Present were Roger Brooks, Bob Bruning, Barb Fish, Mindy Hansen, Blaine Jones, Jo Hausman and Mayor Larry Beesley. Others present were: City Administrator, Bryan H. Read; Finance Officer, Dennis E. Olson; City Attorney, Lisa Marso; City Engineer, Jon Brown, Stockwell Engineers, Inc.; Police Chief, Dave Kull; Director of Human Resources, Dan Oakland; and Public Works Director, Rollie Hoeke.
Alderwoman Hansen moved Alderwoman Hausman seconded to approve the agenda as presented. Motion carried.
Alderwoman Hausman moved Alderman Jones seconded to approve the minutes of the May 2, 2013 briefing meeting and the minutes of the May 6, 2013 regular meeting. Motion carried.
Alderman Bruning moved Alderman Jones seconded to approve the following claims. Motion carried.
VENDOR, DESCRIPTION, AMOUNT
A & B Business Inc, Various Dept Supplies, 299.72; Advertising Arts Inc, Police Supplies, 192.00; All Star Pro Golf Inc, Pro Shop Resale, 99.75; Alliance Communications, Utilities, 2,201.28; Allied 100 LLC, Police Supplies, 972.00; Alternative HR Development, Professional Services, 2,268.25; Argus Leader Media, Publications, 260.38; Back9 Interactive LLC, GC Advertising, 150.00; Bag Boy Company, Pro Shop Resale, 852.00; Baldwin Supply Company, Sewer Repairs, 3,294.05; Barry Williams, Police Supplies, 503.71; Blaine's Service, Police Repairs, 51.20; Border State Electric, Sewer Supplies, 75.28; Borns Group, April Water Billing, 856.49; Boyce, Greenfield, Pashby & Welk, April Attorney Charges, 5,605.50; Brandon Ace Hardware, Various Dept Supplies, 1,669.17; Brandon Lumber Company, Various Dept Supplies, 90.75; Brown & Saenger, Various Dept Supplies, 585.88; Cartridge World, Various Dept Supplies, 707.87; City Glass & Glazing Inc, GC Repairs, 3,282.00; Coffee Cup, Fuel, 47.07; Concrete Materials, Street Supplies, 148.80; Culligan Water Conditioning, GC Service, 152.50; Dakota Beverage, GC Resale, 459.60; Dakota Fluid Power Inc, Park Repairs, 23.04; Dakota Pump & Control, Water Supplies, 1,170.00; David Kull, Fuel, 64.39; Dennis Olson, May Health Insurance, 462.00; Dex Media, GC Advertising, 42.60; DirecTV, Utilities, 41.39; Doheny's, Pool Equipment, 5,940.00; Ecolab Inc, GC Rental, 132.55; EnviroMaster Inc, GC Supplies, 63.00; Express Way, Fuel, 3.50; Family Floors & Furniture, Govt Bldg Improvements, 496.00; G & K Services, Various Dept Supplies, 1,138.93; Guarantee Oil Company, Street Supplies, 77.00; Hach Company, Water Supplies, 1,219.51; Hawkins Water Treatment, Water Chemicals, 8,062.47; HD Supply Waterworks, Water Supplies, 280.80; Institutions Services Inc, GC Repairs, 135.00; Johnson Brothers Famous Brands, GC Resale, 1,175.43; Kruger & Eckels Inc, Pool Supplies, 549.99; Lacey Rentals Inc, GC Rental, 346.00; MC & R Pools Inc, Pool Equipment, 700.86; Maguire Iron Inc, Water Tower Imprmnts, 138,205.00; Main Ideas, GC Repairs, 63.50; Marv's Sanitary Service, Utilities, 500.00; McCollar Construction, Storm Drainage Repairs, 663.00; Menards, Various Dept Supplies, 363.18; MidAmerican Energy, Utilities, 1,882.35; Midwest Alarm Company Inc, GC Repairs, 325.80; Midwest Turf & Irrigation, GC Machinery Repairs, 100.72; Minnehaha Community, Water CorpUtilities, 40.75; Minnehaha County Register of Deeds, Council Fees, 30.00; Performance Press, Pool & Summer Rec Sup 1,127.00; Pfeifer's Implement Company Inc, Tree Damage Cleanup, 1,050.00; Pitney Bowes, Various Dept Supplies, 750.00; Pizza Ranch of Sioux Falls, GC Resale, 135.00; Queen City Wholesale Inc, GC Resale, 778.30; R & L Supply, Pool Supplies, 16.28; RDO Equipment Company, Tree Damage Cleanup, 2,250.00; Recreation Supply Company, Pool Supplies, 375.00; Reiter Enterprises, GC Repairs, 581.00; Republic National Distributing Company, GC Resale, 1,956.62; Sam's Club, GC Supplies, 549.73; Scotts Lawn Service, Park Supplies, 60.77; SD Department of Revenue, April Sales Tax, 3,637.13; SD One Call, Utilities, 113.22; SDGCSA, GC Dues, 80.00; Sioux Falls Ford, Police Repairs, 756.83; Sioux Falls Networks, Professional Services, 220.00; Sioux Falls Rubber Stamp Work, s, Inspection Supplies, 15.50; Sioux Links, GC Advertising, 350.00; Sturdevant's Auto Parts, Various Dept Supplies, 533.13; Sunshine, Various Dept Supplies, 272.47; Sure Test, Professional Services, 358.80; SystemDudes Inc, GC Equipment, 698.93; The Tessman Company, GC Supplies, 7,720.20; Titleist, Pro Shop Resale, 179.34; Tyler Technologies Inc, Software Maintenance, 8,726.20; US Food Service, GC Resale, 2,837.44; US Postmaster, April Water Billing, 1,213.92; USA Blue Book, Sewer Supplies, 105.28; VFW Post 4726, Park Supplies, 126.00; Vogel Motors, Street & Police Repairs, 465.44; Wendy Olson Design, Water Supplies, 25.00; Xcel Energy, Utilities, 4,972.17; First National Bank, Golf Course Bond, 11,062.79; City Administration, May 9, 2013 Payroll, 3,163.37; Deputy Finance Officer, May 9, 2013 Payroll, 2,042.28; Police, May 9, 2013 Payroll, 15,982.41; Building Inspections, May 9, 2013 Payroll, 2,849.90; Street Department, May 9, 2013 Payroll, 5,473.97; Park Department, May 9, 2013 Payroll, 3,229.36; Chamber of Commerce, May 9, 2013 Payroll, 1,129.83; Water Department, May 9, 2013 Payroll, 5,484.16; Sewer Department, May 9, 2013 Payroll, 3,186.35; Golf Course Grounds, May 9, 2013 Payroll, 3,844.54; Golf Course Lounge, May 9, 2013 Payroll, 2,315.27; Golf Course Pro Shop, May 9, 2013 Payroll, 2,883.23; Golf Course Community Room, May 9, 2013 Payroll, 1,368.33; 941 Payroll Taxes, May 9, 2013 Payroll, 17,466.45; Direct Pay Reimbursement, Direct Pay Reimbursement 302.74; SD Retirement System Supplemental, May 9, 2013 Payroll, 492.50; TASC Flex Plan, May 9, 2013 Payroll, 1,664.70
Casey Sonju presented a 1.65% increase in health insurance rates for next year, beginning July 1, 2013. Alderwoman Hansen moved Alderman Jones seconded to approve the renewal as presented and authorised the Mayor or City Administrator to sign the necessary documents to complete the transaction. Motion carried.
CHAMBER ANNUAL REPORT
Kim Cerwick, Executive Director, Brandon Valley Area Chamber of Commerce presented the annual up date on the Chambers activities. She also presented a proposal asking for an additional $6,000.00 for an expanded "Buy Brandon" campaign making the total annual investment per year by the City of $41,500.00. No formal action was taken.
Nick Fosheim, Executive Director, MCEDA, was present to introduce himself and to announce that Marmen Energy, which is based in Canada, will be locating their first United States facility in Brandon, South Dakota in the old Tower Tech building. There will be a formal announcement at 10:00 a.m. in the Community Room at the Brandon Municipal Golf Course. Governor Daugaard will be in attendance.
GOLF COURSE ADDITIONAL STAFF
The Golf Course Committee report was heard. Alderman Bruning moved Alderman Brooks seconded to approve the following as staff changes. Motion carried.
Lounge: add Breanna Stewart, $7.00 per hour; and Kristin Elgersma, $7.00 per hour; cut Stephanie Wegner.
Community Room (bussers/ dishwashers): add Emily Anderson, $7.50 per hour; cut Lucy Benitez and Kellen Salzman.
ASPEN PARK MASTER PLAN
The Police and Park & Recreation Committee reports were heard. Stockwell Engineers presented a master plan to upgrade Aspen Park. Total project costs approximately $14,868,376.00 in a 3 phase plan. The planning group is looking to do a bond referendum in September 2013. If it passes the project could start Phase I in the Spring 2014. A master plan was also presented on upgrading the pool at the same time. Estimated costs to upgrade the pool is $3,186,376.00. It was the consensus of the Council to proceed with this concept.
SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOLS
Stockwell Engineers presented two proposed plans from Switch Grass Trail to the Middle School property by the tennis courts for a pedestrian trail. It was the consensus of the Council to pursue Concept A. The City Administrator will schedule a meeting between the City, Church and adjacent property owners.
MAKE-A-WISH BEAN BAG TOURNAMENT
The Administration Committee report was heard. Mariah Logan was present and presented a letter of request regarding using McHardy Park for a Make-A-Wish Bean Bag Tournament to be held June 21, 2013. Proceeds will go to Make-A-Wish. Alderman Jones moved Alderwoman Hausman seconded to approve the request. Motion carried.
ALLEYS IN TALLGRASS VILLAGE
The Street Committee report was heard. Stockwell Engineers performed a pavement condition survey on the alleys in Tallgrass Village and presented their findings.
WATER TOWER PROJECT
The Water & Sewer Committee report was heard. Alderwoman Hansen moved Alderman Jones seconded to approve pay application #1 for $138,205.00 to Maquire Iron for the painting of the water tower. Motion carried.
At 7:35 p.m. on a motion by Alderman Brooks seconded by Alderwoman Hansen the meeting was adjourned.
Larry D. Beesley
Municipal Recording Clerk
Published once at the total approximate cost of $98.32.
1416025 May 29, 2013
The Valley Springs Planning and Zoning Board met on Thursday, May 16th, 2013 at 7:00 pm at City Hall, 401 Broadway Ave.
Board Members Present: Mike Langner, Scott Stegenga and Steve Ackerman
There was not a quorum present to have a meeting. The moving permit for Andy Schreiber was discussed.
Published once at the total approximate cost of $14.54.
1415902 May 29, 2013
PLANNING & ZONING
The Brandon Planning & Zoning Commission met in regular session at 6:30 p.m. on April 18, 2013 at the Brandon City Council Chambers.
Roll call was taken. Members present were Commissioners Paul Bosch, Tim Jorgenson, Bob Serk, Todd Stone, and Linda Weber. Also present were Alderman Roger Brooks, Building Inspector Dave Swier, City Administrator Bryan Read and Mayor Larry Beesley. Absent was Chairman Chuck Parsons. Commissioner Bosch chaired the meeting.
Commissioner Bosch moved Commissioner Weber seconded to approve the agenda with the cancellation of the public hearing for 1500 E. Birch Street. Motion carried.
Commissioner Serk moved Commissioner Stone seconded to approve the minutes of the April 4, 2013 regular meeting. Motion carried.
A concept plan for Sunrise Estates was presented, for discussion only. Developer is proposing GB-General Business along Aspen Blvd., with R-1 Single Family to the north. Concerns with no buffer between general business and single family, such as some multi-family in between. Suggested developer appear before the Commission. No action taken.
Comprehensive Plan - process of updating current plan. Toby Brown with SECOG was present for discussion. Toby presented a time line for the update. Toby will plan to attend the second meeting each month.
At 7:03p.m., having no further business, and nothing for the Board of Adjustment, Commissioner Serk moved Commissioner Weber seconded to adjourn the Planning & Zoning Commission meeting. Motion carried.
David A. Swier
Published once at the total approximate cost of $27.61.
1415901 May 29, 2013
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
FLOOR COVERING REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
BRANDON VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT - #49-2
BRANDON, SD 57005-1652
BID CLOSE: June 11, 2013 - 1:30 p.m. Local Time
Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received at the George A. Gulson Administration Center of the Brandon Valley School District #49-2, 300 South Splitrock Boulevard, Brandon, SD, until 1:30 p.m. local time on the 11th day of June 2013, for Floor Covering removal and replacement in accordance with specifications prepared by the Brandon Valley School District #49-2, 300 South Splitrock Boulevard, Brandon, South Dakota.
Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the District Operations Manager, until 1:30 p.m. June 11, 2013 local time. Immediately thereafter proposals will be opened publicly and read aloud. Bids received after said time will be returned unopened. Oral, telegraphic, or telephone proposal and modifications will not be considered. Proposals shall not be withdrawn by any bidder for a period of thirty (30) calendar days after opening of bids. Proposals submitted on forms other than the one provided will not be considered.
A resident bidder is allowed a preference as against the bid of any bidder from any other state enforcing or having a preference for resident bidders, equal to such preference.
All proposals must be accompanied by a certified or cashier's check or bank draft in the amount of five percent (5%) of the maximum amount of the proposal, drawn on a state or a national bank and payable to the Brandon Valley School District No. 49-2, as a guarantee that the bidder, if awarded a Purchase Order, shall properly execute the Purchase Order. In lieu thereof, a bid bond for ten percent (10%) of the maximum amount of the proposal may be submitted. Such bond to be issued by a surety authorized to do business in the State of South Dakota and made payable to the Brandon Valley School District No. 49-2.
Bid security in form of certified or cashier's check will be returned to all unsuccessful bidders within 30 days after opening of bids. If no award has been made within 30 days after the date of opening of bids, all bid securities will be returned.
The Board of Education will review the bids received and pass upon them at a regular or special Board meeting to be held no later than thirty (30) days following the bid opening.
The Board of Education of the Brandon Valley School District #49-2, reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, to accept proposals it deems to be in its best interest, and to waive any or all informalities in bidding procedures.
By virtue of statutory authority, preference will be given to materials, products, and supplies found or produced within the State of South Dakota.
/s/ Paul J. Lundberg
Paul J. Lundberg,
Brandon Valley School District 49-2
Published twice at the total approximate cost of $53.58.
1415810 May 29 & Jun. 5, 2013
The regular meeting of the Brandon Valley Board of Education, Brandon, SD was held at 6:30 p.m. on the 13th of May, 2013 at the Brandon Valley High School Community Room with the following members present: Jay Rasmussen, Renee Ullom, Gregg Ode, Sue Hegland, and Sandy Klatt. Absent: none. Also present were Superintendent David Pappone, Business Manager Paul J. Lundberg, High School Principal Gregg Talcott, Assistant High School Principal Mark Schlekeway, Activities Director Randy Marso, Middle School Principal Brad Thorson, Brandon Elementary Principal Merle Horst, Robert Bennis Elementary Principal Karen Heyden, Fred Assam Elementary Principal Susan Foster, Valley Springs Elementary Principal Kristi Nelson, Director of Instruction Marge Hauser, Special Services Director Lyn Heidenson, and Operations Manager Todd Williams.
Jay Rasmussen called the meeting to order and opened with the Pledge of Allegiance.
Motion by Klatt, seconded by Hegland to approve the agenda as amended. Motion carried.
Motion by Hegland, seconded by Klatt to approve the minutes of the regular meetings of April 8, 2013 and April 22, 2013 as presented. Motion carried.
Motion by Ode, seconded by Ullom to approve the bills and claims as submitted (see attached). Motion carried.
The cash report for the month of April, 2013 showed receipts of $1,683,850.57 and disbursements of $1,987,518.64, leaving a balance of $8,150,985.82. The General Fund had receipts of $1,293,598.91, and disbursements of $1,555,336.98, leaving a balance of $4,750,116.16. Capital Outlay Fund had receipts of $129,191.60 and disbursements of $139,411.93, leaving a balance of $1,541,712.29. Special Education Fund had receipts of $184,793.44 and disbursements $290,880.07, leaving a balance of $903,128.97. Pension Fund had receipts of $12,083.09 and disbursements of $0, leaving a balance of $646,831.05. Bond Redemption Fund had receipts of $64,166.03 and disbursements of $0, leaving a balance of $270,477.33. Enterprise Fund had receipts of $117.50 and disbursements of $1,889.66, leaving a balance of $38,820.02.
The April, 2013 payroll totaled $1,298,353.28, of which $662,593.47 was instructional, $335,424.51 was support services, $33,608.00 was co-curricular, $206,094.55 was Special Education, and $60,632.75 was Food Service.
Motion by Klatt, seconded by Hegland to approve the financial reports as presented for the month of April, 2013. Motion carried.
Administrative reports were heard. Superintendent David Pappone congratulated Renee Ullom and Cary Schroeder. They both recently turned in petitions for the two school board seats that are open and will be unopposed for those seats. There will be no election held this year. These new terms will begin in July 2013.
Pappone also discussed pending litigation regarding the bank franchise tax; Citibank believes that they have overpaid taxes from years past. If they are successful in their litigation, the school district would have an approximate $78,000 obligation to pay back. Pappone will keep the school board posted on this process.
Mr. Pappone provided the Board of Education with a summary of services provided by Carroll Institute for review. Carroll Institute provides drug and alcohol screening and education throughout the school year and a contract for the 2013-14 school year is in general business on tonight's agenda.
Lastly, Pappone announced that BVHS Math Teacher Allen Hogie was selected as the 2013 Teacher of the Year at the District's annual Staff Appreciation/ Retirement Banquet last week. The other finalists were Mark Stadem and Jill Flint. Pappone congratulated all candidates and recognized staff at this year's event.
High School Principal Gregg Talcott reminded the Board of Education of this week's graduation events, culminating with the graduation ceremony on Sunday, May 19, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. in the High School Activities Center.
Activities Director Randy Marso explained that the new Video Display board is being installed in the High School Activities Center this week with an unveiling to view this display board on Thursday, May 16th at 7:00 p.m.
Business Manager Paul J. Lundberg presented the 2013-14 proposed district budget. (See attached)
The 2013-14 proposed Capital Outlay Budget and Projects were presented for review. Formal approval will take place in the July annual meeting; however, preliminary approval allows the School District to let bids for the large projects presented. Motion by Hegland, seconded by Klatt to give preliminary approval to the Capital Outlay Budget as presented. Motion carried.
Motion by Klatt, seconded by Ullom to approve the classified and administrative wages, salaries, and rate schedule recommendations as presented by Superintendent Pappone as follows:
- Increase classified salaries by 4.0%.
• One-time payment (FY14 only) of $450 per full time classified employee and $300 per part time regularly employed classified employee. One-time payment to be made in the regular November 25, 2013 payroll.
- In addition to the 4.0 increase in salary rate, Pappone recommends increasing the Child Nutrition Director from a partial year contract of 224 days to a year round contract of 260 days (with appropriate vacation for years of service). As part of this increase in contract days, the board assigns duties of District Wellness Coordinator. The Wellness Policy and activities are primarily required by the Federal Department of Agriculture as part of the National School Lunch Program. Proposed new salary for FY14 to be $54,000 plus one-time payment of $450. Pappone also recommends that upon completion of 60 hours of college credit (equivalent to an Associate's Degree) toward a degree in Business that the board authorize a $1,000/year increase in salary, and likewise, upon completion of a BA in Business, authorize an additional $1,000/year. Upon becoming a Certified Food Service Manager, Pappone recommends the board authorize an additional $2,000/ year.
- Approve Classified Personnel Hiring Schedule, effective July 1, 2013, as presented.
- Increase Building Principals and Assistant Principals (including Activities Director) salaries by 4.0%.
• One-time payment (FY14 only) of $800 to be made in the regular November 25, 2013 payroll.
• One additional in-service day for the 2013-14 school year added to all building principal and assistant principal contracts.
- Increase all year round administrators (Business Manager, Special Service Director, and Director of Instruction) by 4.0%.
• One-time payment (FY14 only) of $1,300 to be made in the regular November 25, 2013 payroll to year round administrators.
- Recommend the board authorize a salary range of $70,000 to $80,000 for the hiring of a new Operations Manager depending on qualifications and also recommend that upon hiring a new Operations Manager, this position be made year round.
- Recommend substitute teacher pay to increase from $85/$95 per day to $110/$135 per day and substitute classified pay from $8.75 per hour to $10.00 per hour.
- Recommend summer and student employees be paid $10.00/hour (no experience); $10.50/hour (1 year experience); $11.00/hour (2 or more years experience).
- Temporary bus mechanic assistants to be paid $10.00/hour.
- Substitute nurses to be paid $110.00/day.
Discussion was held regarding the next regularly scheduled Board of Education meeting that is scheduled on the Memorial Day holiday on Monday, May 27, 2013. Motion by Ullom, seconded by Ode to move the next regularly scheduled Board of Education meeting to Tuesday, May 28, 2013 at the High School Community Room at 6:30 p.m. Motion carried.
Motion by Klatt, seconded by Hegland to approve the following general business items:
1. Approve agreement between Carroll Institute and the Brandon Valley School District for 65 full days of service from September 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014 in the amount of $5,120.00.
2. Approve agreement between Carroll Institute and the Brandon Valley School District for 32 full days of service from September 2, 2013 through June 30, 2014.
3. Approve administrative recommendation for a "yes" vote on SDHSAA Amendment ballot, a vote for Dan Whalen for 2013 Election Ballot for Division II representative, and a vote for Todd Thoelke for 2013 Election Ballot for Large School Group Board of Education Position.
4. Approve modified 2012-13 school calendar making Thursday, May 23, 2013 an instruction day.
5. Approve open enrollments as follows: #14-61, 14-62, 14-63, 14-64, 14-65, 14-66, and 13-183.
6. Approve recommendation to accept the complete bid of $26,045.06 for custodial equipment from Hillyard.
7. Approve recommendation to accept the complete bid of $81,361.36 for custodial supplies from Hillyard.
8. Approve memorandum of understanding between the South Dakota Department of Education and the Brandon Valley School District regarding GED data.
9. Approve agreements between East Dakota Educational Cooperative and the Brandon Valley school District for occupational therapy, physical therapy, and autism specialist services beginning the summer of 2013, High Impact/Career Academy Program, and the Transition Advantage/ Project Search Program for the 2013-14 school year for a total cost of $485,902.00.
10. Approve Suspended Display Disclosure Statement and Agreement by and between the Brandon Valley School District and Daktronics with regard to the structural support needed for the new video display to be installed in the Brandon Valley High School Activities Center. Motion carried.
Motion by Ullom, seconded by Ode to approve the following personnel items:
1. Approve resignation submitted by Nicole Jellema, BE 2nd Grade Teacher, effective at the end of the 2012-13 school year.
2. Approve recommendation to hire Sonja Merrigan, BVHS Counselor, MA Step 1 ~ $34,913.00, plus 10 days extended contract ~ $1,929.00. Total contract of $36,842.00 effective for the 2013-14 school year.
3. Approve recommendation to hire Pamela Klenner, District Elementary Librarian, MA + 15 Step 5 ~ $36,670.00, effective for the 2013-14 school year.
4. Approve recommendation to hire Samantha Goedken, VSE 1st Grade Teacher, BA Step 1 ~ $34,300.00, effective for the 2013-14 school year.
5. Approve recommendation to hire Alyssa Duncan, BE 2nd Grade Teacher, BA Step Base ~ $34,000.00, effective for the 2013-14 school year.
6. Approve resignation/ retirement of Joyce Heaton, RBE Custodian, effective July 1, 2013.
7. Approve recommendation for one additional FTE Special Education Teacher for the 2013-14 school year.
8. Approve recommendation for one additional FTE for sign-supported Auditory Oral Teacher for the 2013-14 school year.
9. Approve recommendation for one FTE Technology Integrationalist for the 2013-14 school year.
10. Approve recommendation for one FTE Elementary Behavioral Specialist Teacher for an elementary tier three behavior classroom for the 2013-14 school year.
11. Approve recommendation to hire Lila VanHorn, FAE Behavioral Specialist, BA+15 Step 10 ~ $37,935.00, effective for the 2013-14 school year.
12. Approve recommendation to hire Jacob Shoup, Assistant Tennis Coach, 6.5% of BA Step Base ~ $2,210.00, effective for the 2013-14 school year.
13. Approve recommendation to hire Mary J. Mudder, RBE Special Education Teacher, MA+15 Step 10 ~ 38,877.00, effective for the 2013-14 school year.
14. Approve recommendation to hire Coty McGuire, Assistant MS VB Coach, 6% of BA Step 6 ~ $2,155.00
15. Approve recommendation to hire Sara Weber, Head MS Volleyball Coach, 6.5% of BA Step 9 ~ $2,410.00
16. Approve recommendation to hire Anne Jundt, BVHS/BVMS Instrumental Music Teacher, BA Step Base ~ $34,000.00, plus Assistant Marching Band, 10% of BA Step Base ~ $3,400.00, HS Band, 8% of BA Step Base ~ $2,720.00, MS Band (25%), 6% of BA Step Base ~ $510.00. Total contract of $40,630.00 effective for the 2013-14 school year.
17. Approve recommendation to hire the following summer employees: Christine Murtha ~ $11.00/hour; Andrew Bauer ~ $11.00/hour; Adam Bauer ~ $10.00/hour; Ian McClanahan ~ $10.00/hour; Zach Flanigan ~ $10.00/hour
18. Approve recommendation to hire Jesse Rasmussen, BE Reading Specialist, MA Step 10 ~ $38,397.00, effective for the 2013-14 school year. Motion carried.
The following personnel items were reviewed by the Board of Education for information only:
1. Approve transfer of Mary Erickson from BVMS Geography/ Language Arts teacher to BVMS/BVHS Librarian, effective with the 2013-14 school year.
2. Approve transfer of Anne Peters from Robert Bennis Elementary-Special Education teacher to Robert Bennis Elementary-1st grade teacher, effective with the 2013-14 school year.
3. Approve maternity leave request from Jessica Hunsaid on or about June 28, 2013.
4. Approve maternity leave request from Cassie Uithoven on or about September 3, 2013 for approximately 10 weeks.
Communications received by the Central Office and Board of Education were reviewed. They included the following items:
1. April 2013 Building Permits.
2. Thank you from Allen Hogie (2013 BVSD Teacher of the year) for sponsoring the Retirement/ Recognition and Teacher of the Year Program.
3. Thank you from Bill Miller for the landscape print he received for 45 years with the Brandon Valley School District.
4. Thank you from Randy Hill for a great evening celebrating his retirement from the District.
5. Thank you from Cheryl Roos for sponsoring the Teacher of the Year Banquet and for the gift given to her for her years of service.
6. Thank you from Connie VanDenOever for the complimentary tickets for the awards program. The meal was delicious and the brass bell presented her retirement is a nice remembrance in the years to come.
7. Thank you from Annette Peterson for the beautiful bell and fantastic supper.
The following board reports were presented: Gregg Ode reported on the Building and Grounds Committee. This committee has had three meetings regarding a Middle School building project. The committee is working on the location for this new building. The committee is also reviewing security in all Brandon Valley school buildings.
Travel Reports were reviewed.
Motion by Hegland, seconded by Klatt to go into Executive Session at 7:32 p.m. to discuss the Superintendent's contract per SDCL 1-25-2(4). Motion carried.
The Board of Education came out of Executive Session and into Open Session at 7:45 p.m. Motion by Hegland, seconded by Ode to approve a three year contract (2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16) for the Superintendent to include a 4% increase for the 2013-14 school year. Motion carried.
Motion by Klatt, seconded by Ullom to adjourn the meeting at 7:46 p.m. Motion carried.
Approved by the Board of Education this 10th day of June, 2013.
BRANDON VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT 49-2
PAYEE, DESCRIPTION, AMOUNT
A&B BUSINESS SOLUTIONS INC, COPIER LEASES, 5,646.59, PRINT SHOP SUPPLIES, 453.00; A TO Z WORLD LANGUAGES, INC, FAE-INTERPRETER, 50.00; A-1 SEPTIC TANK & EXCAVATING, BUS GARAGE-SHOP PITS, 382.50; ALLIED OIL & SUPPLY, BUS REPAIRS, 40.65, BUS TIRES, 801.94; GECRB/ AMAZON, HS-ORAL INTERP SUPPLIES, 162.18; ANDERSON, GAY, RBE-STUDENT WELLNESS (GRANT), 10.25; APPERSON, BOE ELECTION SUPPLIES, 652.00; ARGUS LEADER MEDIA, LEGALS, 455.49, SUBSCRIPTION, 29.10; ATS INC, HS-INTERCOM/BELL SYSTEM REPAIRS, 960.00; AUTO-JET MUFFLER CORP, BUS REPAIRS, 93.86; AVERA MEDICAL GROUP OCCUPATION, BUS DRIVER PHYSICAL/DRUG TESTS, 159.00; BAKKE, CINDY, HS MUSCIAL-COSTUMER, 1,100.00; BARNES & NOBLE BOOKSELLERS, HS-LIBRARY BOOKS, 1,318.26; BATTERY SYSTEMS, BUS REPAIRS, 71.37; BATTERIES PLUS, RBE-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 79.80; BECK, BILL, MILEAGE, 83.58; BEESLEY, ANN, BE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 152.97; BEST WESTERN RAMKOTA INN, TRAVEL-OPERATIONS MGR, 175.98; MARILYN BRAATEN, MILEAGE TO PARENTS, 207.20; BRANDON MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE, GIRLS GOLF SUPPLIES, 1,014.00; CITY OF BRANDON, SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER, 17,500.00, UTILITIES-WATER/SEWER, 3,392.51; BREEN, JANET, DRIVER'S ED REFUND, 235.00; BROUWER, JANELLE, MILEAGE TO PARENTS, 307.84; BROWN, KARLA, HS-CHORAL ACCOMPANIST, 100.00, MS-CHORAL ACCOMPANIST, 50.00; BUILDERS SUPPLY COMPANY, BE-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 47.00; BUMBLEBEE-GIBSON INC, SNOW REMOVAL, 588.00; BUTLER MACHINERY CO, BUS REPAIRS, 27.48; BV FINE ARTS BOOSTERS, HS-MUSICAL SUPPLIES, 200.04; BRANDON VALLEY FOOD SERVICE, SUPPLIES/GUEST MEALS, 1,150.51; BVSD ADVANCED PAYMENTS, ADVANCED PAYMENTS, 3,673.15; CAMPBELL SUPPLY, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 15.95; CARROLL INSTITUTE, DRUG/ ALCOHOL COUNSELING SERVICES, 510.00; CHASE SUITE HOTEL-LINCOLN, TRAVEL-SOFTBALL, 1,247.49; CHILDRENS HOME SOCIETY, O/T SERVICES, 145.50, SPEECH THERAPY SERVICES, 75.00, TUITION, 5,654.22; COASTAL METAL FAB, INC, GROUNDS-SPREADER, 3,890.00; CONCRETE MATERIALS, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 28.05; CONSTELLATION NEW ENERGY GAS DIV, UTILITIES-GAS, 12,225.59; CPI QUALIFIED PLAN CONSULTANTS, 403(B) REMITTANCE FEES, 96.00; CULLIGAN WATER CONDITIONING, BE-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 41.50, VSE-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 20.50; CUMMINS CENTRAL POWER, LLC, BUS REPAIRS, 82.99; DAKOTA SUPPLY GROUP, GROUNDS-PLUMBING SUPPLIES, 82.27, HS-PLUMBING REPAIRS, 308.70, MS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 441.47, VSE-PLUMBING REPAIRS, 596.70; HAUFF MID-AMERICA SPORTS INC, FB SUPPLIES, 165.90, SOFTBALL SUPPLIES, 1,631.40, TRACK SUPPLIES, 367.25; DAVIS, ELIZABETH, MS-CHORAL ACCOMPANIST, 80.00; DELUXE BUSINESS CHECKS AND SOLUTIONS, BUSINESS OFFICE SUPPLIES, 276.19; DEXTER, KENDRA, HS MUSICAL-COSTUMER, 1,100.00, HS MUSICAL-SUPPLIES, 41.74; DGP PUBLISHING, MS-READING MATERIALS, 226.41; DIDAX, CURRICULUM MATERIALS, 345.70; DYNAMIC TECHNICAL BUILDING SYSTEMS, FAE-INTERCOM REPAIRS, 76.53; ECOLAB PEST ELIMINATION, DISTRICT-PEST CONTROL, 909.24; ECOWATER, HS-WATER SOFTENER REPAIRS, 280.00; EICHELBERG, KELLY, MILEAGE, 41.16; FASTENAL COMPANY, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 14.66; FEENSTRA, TINA, FAE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 49.53; FLEET PRIDE, BUS REPAIRS, 213.52, BUS REPAIRS-#014, 1,036.46; FOSS, ERIC, TRACK OFFICIAL, 200.00; FOSTER, SUSAN, FAE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 20.00; G&K SERVICES, LAUNDRY, 2,941.89; GALE, HS LIBRARY-ONLINE SERVICES, 996.98; GAMBS, JULIEN, MILEAGE TO PARENTS, 23.68; GARROW, MELISSA, MILEAGE, 191.10; GOEMBEL, CLIFF, MILEAGE, 186.48; GOPHER, HEALTH/ PE ADOPTION, 1,916.17; GRAFF, RICK, SOFTBALL UMPIRE, 50.00; GRAINGER, VSE-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 129.40; G & R CONTROLS, BE-HVAC REPAIRS, 338.27, RBE-HVAC REPAIRS, 495.92; GUARANTEE ROOFING & SHEET METAL, HS-PLUMBING REPAIRS, 448.98; HANSEN, ZACH, THEATER WORKER, 75.00; HANSON, RICH, TRACK OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 133.80; HAROLD'S PHOTO CENTERS, AD SUPPLIES, 79.99, HS-MUSICAL SUPPLIES, 79.99, HS-PRINCIPAL SUPPLIES, 219.97; HENSON, CHUCK, MILEAGE, 104.58; HILLYARD/SIOUX FALLS, DISTRICT-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 888.48, FAE-FLOOR MACHINE REPAIRS, 134.75, HS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 279.10; HOBBY LOBBY, STAFF RECOGNITION, 14.35, BE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 41.32; HOFFMAN, SONIA, HS MUSICAL-SUPPLIES, 160.00; HMH PUBLISHING CO, SPEC ED SUPPLIES, 1,291.40; HUMAN RELATIONS MEDIA, RBE-GUIDANCE SUPPLIES, 251.88; HUSKA, TERI, BE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 34.15; HIDDEN VALLEY GOLF CARS, COMPLEX-GOLF CART, 6,705.00; INDEPENDENT LIVING CHOICES, REGISTRATIONS, 60.00; IMAGE EXPRESSIONS, STAFF RECOGNITION, 131.32; INSTITUTE FOR CAREER RESEARCH, HS-BUSINESS ED MATERIALS, 331.50; INSTITUTIONS SERVICES, INC, RBE-STUDENT WELLNESS (GRANT), 88.00; THE INTERP STORE, HS-ORAL INTERP SUPPLIES, 30.85; MITEL TECHNOLOGIES, INC, FAE-SERVER WARRANTY, 459.36; ISI LLC, SPEC ED-INTERPRETER, 350.00; JOHN PIANO, HS-PIANO TUNING, 95.00, MS-PIANO TUNING, 190.00; JOHNSON CONTROLS, INC, HS-HVAC REPAIRS, 1,262.44; JOHNSON, ANDY, BE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 29.99; JOHNSON, MISSY, MEALS, 61.00; JOSTENS, HS-GRADUATION SUPPLIES, 827.29; SUNSHINE FOODS, DISTRICT SUPPLIES, 1,181.87; K&M MUSIC, HS-BAND SUPPLIES, 126.85, MS-BAND REPAIRS, 12.50, MS-BAND SUPPLIES, 55.74; KENDELL DOORS AND HARDWARE INC, RBE-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 64.63; KIDZ STUFF INC, BE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 129.35; KRIER & BLAIN, INC, FAE-PLUMBING REPAIRS, 2,002.13, MS-PLUMBING REPAIRS, 694.13, RBE-PLUMBING REPAIRS, 872.45, VSE-PLUMBING REPAIRS, 133.14; KRUSE, SAM, MEALS, 61.00; LAWSON PRODUCTS INC, TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 166.95; LIBRARY VIDEO COMPANY, BE-LIBRARY MATERIALS, 14.95; MATHESON TRI-GAS INC, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 38.10, HS-VO/AG SUPPLIES, 487.67, TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 26.25; LUNDBERG, PAUL, FUEL, 37.00; MACKIN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES, BE-LIBRARY BOOKS, 185.54, VSE-LIBRARY BOOKS, 298.35; MARSO, RANDY, FUEL, 121.03; MARV'S SANITARY SERVICE, GARBAGE PICKUP, 128.00; MASTER TEACHER, STAFF RECOGNITION, 243.45; MAXWELL FOOD EQUIP INC, (3) COFFEE MAKERS, 477.69; THE MCGRAW-HILL COMPANIES, DRIVERS ED MATERIALS, 31.76; MENARDS-SIOUX FALLS EAST, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 18.01, HS-SPANISH SUPPLIES, 38.58; MIDWEST BUS PARTS, TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 211.40; MIDAMERICAN ENERGY, UTILITIES-GAS, 226.77; MOELLER, ARDIS, HEALTH FAIR SUPPLIES, 75.00, MILEAGE, 32.88; MOELLER, PAIGE, THEATER WORKER, 80.00; MONTE'S WOODSHOP, STAFF RECOGNITION, 390.00; MORGAN, GREG, SOFTBALL UMPIRE, 130.00; MURREN, MARC, TRACK OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 133.80; MYRLIE, SPENCER, THEATER WORKER, 75.00; NEFF COMPANY, AD SUPPLIES, 210.88; NORTH CENTRAL BUS SALES, BUS REPAIRS, 262.73; NSPA MEMBERSHIP, REGISTRATION, 209.00; HANCOCK FABRICS, HS MUSICAL-SUPPLIES, 121.27; NYBERG'S ACE HARDWARE, RBE-STUDENT WELLNESS (GRANT), 39.92; OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY, VSE-GARAGE DOOR REPAIRS, 130.56; J W PEPPER & SON, INC, MS-BAND SUPPLIES, 182.99; PERMA-BOUND, MS-LIBRARY BOOKS, 395.86; PERFORMANCE PRESS, ECHO PRINTING, 504.00, MS-SOC STUDIES SUPPLIES, 220.00; PFEIFER IMPLEMENT, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 167.45; PIZZA RANCH OF BRANDON, TRACK INVITE SUPPLIES, 97.87; US POSTAL SERVICE (HASLER), POSTAGE, 2,000.00; PEAP, HS-STUDENT AWARDS, 14.00; PROJECT CAR, SPEC ED TRANSPORTATION, 75.00; STURDEVANT'S AUTO PARTS, BUS REPAIRS, 763.65, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 307.62; TIERNEY BROTHERS INC, DISTRICT SUPPLIES, 1,245.00; CENTURY LINK, UTILITIES-TELEPHONE, 126.40; R&H THEATRICALS, HS MUSICAL-ROYALTIES/RENTALS, 55.63; RADIO SHACK, COMPUTER SUPPLIES, 167.93; READING BUS LINE, INC, GBB-YANKTON, 570.00, SOFTBALL-LINCOLN, NE, 1,300.00, TRACK-YANKTON, 570.00, TRACK-YANKTON, 570.00; RJ RIES VALLET CLEANERS, HS MUSICAL-SUPPLIES, 5.99; ROGERS, JOE, SOFTBALL UMPIRE, 150.00; ROOF SYSTEMS INC, BE-ROOF REPAIRS, 244.90, BUS GARAGE-ANTENNA REPAIRS, 177.55, HS-ROOF REPAIRS, 1,203.05; RYKHUS, RYAN, THEATER WORKER, 25.00; SASD, REGISTRATION, 160.00; SIOUX FALLS SCHEELS, STAFF RECOGNITION, 169.99; SCHOOL SPECIALTY, INC, FAE-STUDENT WELLNESS (GRANT), 412.16, RBE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 152.28; SCHUMACHER, ELIZABETH, THEATER WORKER, 80.00; SDDC-REDFIELD, TUITION, 312.00; SOUTHEASTERN BEHAVIORAL HLTHCR, TUITION, 6,605.35; SIOUX FALLS MUSIC CO, THEATER SUPPLIES, 199.98; SIOUX FALLS UTILITIES, UTILITIES-WATER/SEWER, 417.85; SIGNATURE SYSTEMS GROUP LLC, SOFTBALL FENCING, 2,253.24; SOUTH DAKOTA ACHIEVE, TUITION, 1,192.25; SMIDT, JASON, SOFTBALL UMPIRE, 100.00; SMIDT, RON, SOFTBALL UMPIRE, 50.00; THINK SOCIAL PUBLISHING INC, MS-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 60.14; SOO SANITARY SERVICE, SNOW REMOVAL, 2,887.50; SPEECH GEEK, HS-ORAL INTERP SUPPLIES, 150.00; ALLIANCE COMMUNICATIONS, UTILITIES-TELEPHONE, 7,892.03; SPLITROCK LANDSCAPING/NURSERY, SNOW REMOVAL, 985.00; STAEFFLER, GARY, SOFTBALL UMPIRE, 50.00; SIOUX VALLEY ENERGY, UTILITIES-ELECTRICITY, 70,894.67; TASC, FLEX SPENDING FEES, 400.00; TAYLOR, BILLIE, RBE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 200.00; TEACHER'S HELPER, BE-CLASSROOM SUPPIES, 31.16; TEACHING TREASURES, BE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 253.00; TESSMAN SEED, INC, HS-VO/AG SUPPLIES, 92.71; THOMAS BUS SALES, BUS REPAIRS, 111.14; THREE RIVERS BENEFIT CORP, HRA ADMIN FEES, 1,440.75; TIE, REGISTRATION, 90.00; TONY'S CATERING, STAFF RECOGNITION, 1,662.50; BRANDON ACE HARDWARE, DISTRICT SUPPLIES, 3,364.68; UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, DIBELS ASSESSMENTS, 1,692.00; UNISHIPPERS, DISTRICT SHIPPING, 39.03; U S GAMES, VSE-STUDENT WELLNESS (GRANT), 835.61; VAN HOVE, HAZEL, MILEAGE, 16.38; VAN'S AUTO ELECTRIC, BUS REPAIRS, 175.00; VERIZON WIRELESS, MOBILE PHONES, 226.94; VERSTEEG, DIAN, MEALS, 61.00; VLAMINCK, CURT, MILEAGE, 118.86; VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA, DAKOTAS, TUITION, 710.00; VOGEL MOTORS AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR, BUS REPAIRS, 200.00, IMPALA REPAIRS, 89.95, SUBURBAN REPAIRS, 455.00; WALDNER, BRANDEN, THEATER WORKER, 17.50; WASTE MANAGEMENT/ SIOUX FALLS, GARBAGE PICKUP, 1,597.81; WENGER CORPORATION, THEATER SUPPLIES, 372.00; WRS GROUP, LTD, ELEM STUDENT WELLNESS (GRANT), 1,224.70; YES ACCESSIBLE, SPEC ED SUPPLIES, 155.00; ZIMCO SUPPLY CO, FERTILIZER, 4,765.00; 232,576.63
BRANDON VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT 49-2
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PAYEE, DESCRIPTION, AMOUNT
ANDERSON, GAY, MILEAGE, 77.70; CHESTERMAN CO, FOOD PURCHASES, 555.00; DACOTAH PAPER, SUPPLIES, 3,025.00; DEAN FOODS INC, FOOD PURCHASES, 18,545.18; EXPRESS PRODUCE, FOOD PURCHASES, 6,781.50; CASH-WA DISTRIBUTING, FOOD PURCHASES, 2,652.70, SUPPLIES, 360.85; INSTITUTIONS SERVICES, INC, REPAIRS, 295.00, SUPPLIES, 3,137.50; SUNSHINE FOODS, SUPPLIES, 44.97; KARL'S TV & APPLIANCE, FAE-WASHER/ DRYER, 872.80; PAN-O-GOLD BAKING CO, FOOD PURCHASES, 2,204.65; PEPSI, FOOD PURCHASES, 1,079.73; POMEGRANATE MARKET, FOOD PURCHASES, 676.13; REINHART FOODSERVICE LLC, FOOD PURCHASES, 36,448.22; 76,756.93
Brandon Valley School District 49-2
Karel Amend - Theater Usher, 90.00; Kent Anderson - Student Teacher Stipend, 72.00; Tammy Bailey - Prom Chaperone, 40.00; Penny Bennett - CNS Substitute, 63.75; Scott Benson - Bus Driving, 566.00; Gerry Bills - Softball Official, 50.00; Steve Boint - Substitute, Prom Chaperone, 100.00; Tami Broekemeier - CNS Substitute, 59.50; Nancy Brown - Theater Usher, 20.00; Julie Brummels - Substitute, 221.00; Debra Burwitz - Substitute, 170.00; Mike Buthe - Bus Driving, 26.50; Jon Button - Bus Driving, 314.00; Jana Carlson - Substitute, 467.50; Janis Carlson - Substitute, 85.00; Suzanne Carroll - Student Teacher Stipend, 100.00; Trista Christiaansen - Bus Driving, 109.75; Matt Christensen - Saturday School, Substitute, 280.00; Bernard Citta - Bus Driving, 663.00; Kaye Coburn - Substitute, 1,105.00; Richard Coots - Substitute, 900.00; Jeff Duncanson - Student Teacher Stipend, 100.00; Dan Eastman - Bus Driving, 337.25; Wade Else - Theater Usher, 20.00; Rachel Erpelding - Substitute, 255.00; Brooke Finn - CNS Substitute, Bus Driving, 281.00; Nathan Fischer - Substitute, 190.00; Bonnie Fjerestad - Substitute, 89.25; Courtney Francis - Substitute, 450.50; Angela Gingles - Substitute, 1,120.00; Kristine Goeden - Substitute Nurse, 255.00; Mary Goheen - Recital Judge, 50.00; Mark Griebel - Asst. Musical Director, Prom Chap., 540.00; Tom Grode - Prom Chaperone, 40.00; Barb Hansen - Substitute, 255.00; LaDell Hanson - Substitute, 250.75; Sara Hayes - Substitute, 892.50; Joy Hembel - Substitute, 85.00; Jerry Hinzman - Bus Driving, 118.00; Allen Hogie - Prom Chaperone, 40.00; Danna Hood - Bus Driving, 58.50; Merle Horst - Cell Phone Stipend, 360.00; Jed Huisman - Substitute, 85.00; Brent Jackson - Bus Driving, 687.50; Emily Janssen - Substitute, 767.81; Samuel Johnson - Bus Driving, 107.88; Gerry Karpen - Bus Driving, 179.75; Holly King - Substitute, 1,011.50; Sam Kruse - Substitute, 30.00; Jody Lambert - Substitute, 510.00; Donna Lease - Substitute, 170.00; Stacy Long - MS Track Worker, 40.00; Elizabeth Lubbers - Substitute, 170.00; Juanita Madetzke - Theater Usher, 20.00; Lana Main - Saturday School, 125.00; Penny Malsom - Substitute, 59.50; Coty McGuire - Student Teacher Stipend, 200.00; Kathy Metzger - Substitute, 85.00; Gaylene Mielke - CNS Substitute, 31.88; Jesse Miller - Prom Chaperone, 40.00; Bill Miller - bus Driving, 166.75; Becky Mohr - Musical Accompanist, 750.00; Kendra Namanny - Theater Usher, 20.00; Sandra Namanny - CNS Substitute, 216.75; Lynn Nielsen - Bus Driving, 46.00; Brady Olson - Substitute, MS Dance Supervision, 70.00; Louisa Otto - Prom Chaperone, 40.00; Derek Outland - Student Teacher, Prom Chap., 76.00; Victoria Oye - Bus Driver Training, 8.50; Laura Peschong - Substitute, 382.50; Christy Petersen - Substitute, 178.50; Annette Peterson - Theater Usher, 40.00; Dean Pierson - Prom Chaperone, 40.00; Kraig Presler - Student Teacher Stipend, 50.00; Katie Price - Substitute, 15.00; Margaret Quimby - Substitute, 180.63; Julie Reid - Theater Usher, 40.00; Lisa Reinschmidt - Substitute, 297.50; Jeremy Risty - Student Teacher Stipend, 72.00; John Rothenberger - Substitute, 1,062.50; Sheila Samsel - Substitute, 756.50; Taya Sazama - Prom Supervision, 40.00; Mark Schlekeway - Student Teacher Stipend, 50.00; Keith Scholten - Bus Driving, 457.00; Kory Scholten - Student Teacher Stipend, 200.00; Diane Schroeder - Substitute, 850.00; Dave Schutz - Bus Driving, 20.00; Cindy Schwarz - Substitute, 282.63; LeAnn Severson - Substitute, 1,080.00; Ron Shomion - Substitute, 382.50; Bob Shuck - Bus Driving, 12.75; Jessica Simmons - Substitute, 722.50; Melanie Sittig - Assistant Musical Director, 740.00; Steven Skalland - Bus Driving, 33.00; Nick Skibsted - MS Dane Supervision, 40.00; Gwen Smith - Bus Driving, 884.28; Christine Solheim - Substitute, 187.00; Michelle Stemwedel - Prom Chaperone, 40.00; Gary Stensaas - Substitute, 255.00; Marcie Stoltenberg - CNS Substitute, 218.88; Jennifer Swenson - Substitute, 663.00; Jacque Terveer-Gonseth - Substitute, 578.00; Tammy VanDeBerg - Substitute, 641.75; Hazel VanHove - Substitute Nurse, 255.00; John Vermeer - Substitute Custodial, 34.00; Dian Versteeg - Tape BOE Meetings, 40.00; Eileen Vielmette - Theater Usher, 40.00; Twyla Voldseth - Bus Driving, Custodial, 1,162.25; Sara Weber - Substitute, 30.00; Stephanie Wegner - Substitute, 85.00; Sandra Westcott - Student Teacher Stipend, 100.00; Melinda Winter - Concession Worker, 55.00; Phil Youngdale - Bus Driving, 200.25; Michael Zerr - MS Dance Supervision, 40.00; TOTAL, 30,540.49
Published once at the total approximate cost of $310.47.
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