Called to order at 6:00 p.m. by President Hunzeker. Pledge of Allegiance. Posting for Open Meeting Law was pointed out. Roll Call: Present –Matt Anderson, Mike Hunzeker, Everette Langford, Marilyn Reed, Brenda Johnson, and Miriam Kearns. Superintendent Cline was also present. Board Member Excusal – None. Open Forum-Admin Reports:Superintendent Report –Superintendent Cline thanked Treasurer Anderson for his service to the school district. Facilities: A water valve in the 2nd floor boys restroom broke and flooded the hallway and Mrs. Mandelko’s office/Hawk Store. Gene Peters, Service Matters, Hencey Plumbing, Fire & Ice, and the insurance adjuster have been here. The new route bus was purchased for $12,500 with the updates to meet Rule 92. Huckfeldt Enterprises will be transporting the bus to Hay Springs. Mr. Cline and a few students will be starting “Hawk Talk” at the senior citizen center once per month. The 17-18 school year calendar proposal was discussed. Johnson requested spring break be moved to state wrestling. Kearns requested time to review the calendar with family. Reed requested no Easter break/more student days in calendar. The first semester is ending at Christmas break. Assistant Principal Report – A letter will be going out to parents informing them of the newly required national test (NAEP) that will be given on March 7th. Activity Director Report – Kudrna reported that winter sports are underway. Little Hawk basketball games will be scheduled during half-time of a couple of varsity home games. Public Comment – Emma Strotheide notified the board that the teachers’ association will be seeking a certification election to be recognized as the bargaining unit for negotiations. Strotheide said that Hay Springs currently has 80% participation in NSEA. Discussion Items-Lister Sage: Hunzeker reported that the gas meter had to be replaced. Keys and cost for school employee membership was discussed. Drainage and landscaping concerns were discussed. (Langford left at 6:44pm) School Improvement: The school improvement committee is busy setting goals. Staff will spend some time at the next inservice writing narratives to address the goals set. New Policy – 1st Reading: Policies 509.03, 804.01, and 804.01R were given a first reading. Approval of the Minutes-A motion was made by Johnson and seconded by Kearns to approve the minutes of the November 14, 2016 regular meeting. VOTE: Abstain-Anderson, Y-Hunzeker, Y-Johnson, Y-Kearns, Abstain-Reed A motion was made by Johnson and seconded by Anderson to approve the minutes of the November 21, 2016 special board meeting. VOTE: Y-Anderson, Y-Hunzeker, Y-Johnson, Y-Kearns, Y-Reed Approval of the Agenda-A motion was made by Johnson and seconded by Reed to approve the agenda of the December 12, 2016 meeting. VOTE: Y-Anderson, Y-Hunzeker, Y-Johnson, Y-Kearns, Y-Reed Action Items-Policy 201.02 – A motion was made by Johnson and seconded by Anderson to approve policy 201.02 as presented. VOTE: Y-Anderson, Y-Hunzeker, Y-Johnson, Y-Kearns, Y-Reed. Approval of Bills & Payroll-A motion was made by Anderson and seconded by Johnson to approve the bills and payroll as presented. VOTE: Y-Anderson, Y-Hunzeker, Y-Johnson, Y-Kearns, Y-Reed. Executive Session – At 7:23 p.m. a motion was made by Johnson and seconded by Kearns to go into executive session to discuss personnel. VOTE: Y-Anderson, Y-Hunzeker, Y-Johnson, Y-Kearns, Y-Reed Return to Open Session – A motion was made by Johnson and seconded by Anderson to come out of executive session at 7:45 p.m. VOTE: Y-Anderson, Y-Hunzeker, Y-Johnson, Y-Kearns, Y-Reed Items for the Next Meeting – N/A. Adjournment – The meeting adjourned at 7:46 pm.
Abbott, William $7.50; American Bus $12,500.00; B and C Steel $52.03; Black Hills Energy $163.09; Bounous, Bradley J $54.37; Chadron Community Hospital $189.81; Chadron Hospital Rehab Department $108.00; CinDesign $50.00; Cline, Jason M $505.44; Culligan $17.25; DAS State Accounting $238.96; Daylight Donut $30.97; Dell Marketing LP $164.97; Eagle Chevrolet $86.98; Educational Service Unit 13 $10,393.96; Embassy Suites $782.25; Emc Insurance Companies $101.00; Fisher Roofing $22,485.00; Frontier Service $180.40; GNMSS Alliance $177.00; Great Plains Communications $427.88; Haggerty’s $890.00; Harris $113.75; Hay Springs Water Department $254.06; Hencey Plumbing & Hydronic $301.50; Holiday Inn $89.95; Huckfeldt Enterprises LLC $975.00; Ideal Linen Supply $130.79; J & L Grocery $36.19; Jungck, Beth A $72.28; JW Pepper & Son, Inc $102.80; KD QUALITY TIRE $69.95; Kudrna, Linda M $90.30; Lister-Sage Community Center Operation Accoun $420.00; Mar-bow Music $81.99; NE DOL/Boiler Inspection Program $24.00; Nebraska Public Power Dist. $3,439.41; Protex Central $663.00; Quill Corporation $896.34; Region I OHD $217.44; Renaissance Learning, Inc. $71.00; Sacker’s $309.73; Security First Bank $1,287.76; Security First Insurance $100.00; United States Welding, Inc $167.92; Westco $829.65.
Published: December 21, 2016