The Board of Education of Hay Springs Public Schools District #3 held its regular meeting on April 12, 2016 at the school cafeteria. Notice of the said meeting was published in the March 27, 2016 edition of the Sheridan County Journal Star and on the school website. Called to order at 6:00 p.m. by President Hunzeker. Matt Anderson, Mike Hunzeker, Brenda Johnson, Miriam Kearns, Everette Langford, and Marilyn Reed. Superintendent Cline was also present. Mr. Cline reviewed proposed legislation. Mr. Cline will call the school attorney to inquire the best way to proceed with the District 57 school land sale/transfer. The maintenance plan was reviewed. There will be a Lions Club meeting on May 2 for anyone interested in joining. Hay Springs students placed in the top 30% at Scholastic Day. Mrs. Marx is still looking for sponsors for summer camps. Plans for summer school are well underway. –“Give Back to the Community” day is scheduled for April 13 from 1-4 p.m. Kudrna is working on sponsorships for the new football field scoreboard. The Lister-Sage gym floor will be sanded down, repainted including a logo, and refinished. This process will take up to 5 weeks. Johnson questioned which coaching positions were still open and requested individual camp information be given out to students. Mr. Jason Badje presented the financials for the Butzine house project. He requested that the finish work on the drywall, the electrical, and the roofing be finished by contractors while the students continue to work on construction/remodeling. The board thanked Ed Buettner with Buettner Construction for donating the sand for the long jump pit. Board training with Marcia Herring is scheduled for June 15 at 6:00 p.m. A motion was made by Johnson and seconded by Anderson to approve the minutes of the March 14, 2016 regular board meeting – Kearns & Langford abstained. A motion was made by Johnson and seconded by Langford to approve the agenda of the April 11, 2016 meeting. The carpet in the entry at Lister-Sage will be cleaned along with the school carpeting this summer. Kevin Kudrna has been contacted to repaint the Lister-Sage sign. Students will be cleaning up the flower garden during “Give Back to the Community” day. A motion was made by Reed and seconded by Langford to move graduation to Sunday, May 22nd at 2:00 p.m. – Johnson abstained. In May, Mr. Cline will bring a proposal back to the board for the following projects: Garrett’s heating/cooling unit, egress window in the basement of 113 Miller, and replacement of the east elementary door. A motion was made by Anderson and seconded by Kearns to approve the table of contents as presented and the homeless policy with the following change in wording: “LEA” to “district.” A motion was made by Reed and seconded by Kearns to approve 2016-2017 teaching contracts as presented. A motion was made by Langford and seconded by Kearns to approve with regrets the resignation of April Young. A motion was made by Reed and seconded by Langford to approve the bills and payroll as presented – $170,019.36 and $35,736.65. A motion was made by Anderson and seconded by Langford to adjourn the meeting at 7:35 p.m. The following bills and payroll were approved:
Abbott, Sandra L $29.05; B and C Steel $85.83; Chadron Hospital Rehab Department $259.68; CHADRON STATE COLLEGE $10.00; Cline, Jason M $363.00; Culligan $34.50; Dell Marketing LP $5,930.32; Educational Service Unit 13 $4,565.97; Emc Insurance Companies $99.00; Fire & Ice Mechanical $117.50; Garrett, Jodie L $8.84; Gordon-Rusvhille Public School $750.00; Great Plains Communications $346.09; Hal Leonard Corp $195.00; Hatch $1,250.42; Hay Springs Lumber Company $3,594.58; Hay Springs Water Department $410.31; Heiting, Kyli A $36.90; Holiday Inn $199.90; Holtmeier, Paula J $37.00; Howard Johnson $67.38; HSPS - Activity Fund $935.76; Ideal Linen Supply $161.47; JW Pepper & Son, Inc $79.88; Lakeshore Learning Materials $45.99; Lister-Sage Community Center Operation Accoun $420.00; Mar-bow Music $74.96; NE Association of School Boards $40.00; Nebraska Council of School Administrators $135.00; Nebraska Public Power Dist. $1,977.42; Nebraska State Reading Association $1,140.00; Occupational Therapy Services $1,886.32; Pioneer Manufacturing $498.50; Quill Corporation $1,568.29; Region I OHD $306.20; Sacker’s $264.95; Security First Bank $1,939.68; Sheridan County Treasurer $56.08; SourceGas LLC $3,722.93; State of Nebraska - AS Central Services $227.47; Student Assurance Services $500.00; UNL Extension - Sheridan County $209.61; Varvel, Raime M $38.50; Woodstock Supply Company $437.26; Xerox Corporation - California $679.11.
Published: April 20, 2016