Hay Springs Public School School Board Minutes May 8, 2017

Called to order at 6:00 p.m. by President Hunzeker. Pledge of Allegiance was recited. Posting for Open Meeting Law was pointed out. Roll Call: Present –Shavona Henry, Mike Hunzeker, Miriam Kearns, Everette Langford, and Marilyn Reed were present. Superintendent Cline and Lechtenberg were also present. A motion was made by Kearns and seconded by Langford to excuse the absence of Johnson. VOTE: Y-Henry, Y-Hunzeker, Y-Kearns, Y-Langford, Y-Reed. Superintendent Report –Mr. Lechtenberg was here today to meet with staff and attend the board meeting. The summer maintenance plan was reviewed with Priority 1’s to be completed during summer 2017. A list of the end of the year activities was reviewed. Assistant Principal Report – Summer school students will be given notices in the next week. Summer school teachers have been hired. Spring testing is wrapping up. Activity Director Report – A parent/coach meeting is scheduled for May 22nd at 7 p.m. Coaches will provide information for summer open gyms, weights, and camps. Public Comment – The Lister-Sage board was present to present the floor plan for the new weightroom. (Johnson arrived at 6:15pm) Their board has approved the new equipment in the amount of $39,474.52. After 17-18 state aid certification is finalized, the school board will discuss dispersing old equipment and the amount, if any, the school will be able to contribute to the new weight equipment. Mr. Jason Badje was present with a couple of students to present the update on the Butzine house remodel. There is still some electricial work, mudding, painting, and finishing, as well as some plumbing to complete. Discussion Items: Lister Sage: New weight equipment is being purchased, landscaping maintenance is on hold for the city drainage plan report, and the board is still talking about the annual Oktoberfest fundraiser. Finance Committee: Reed reported that the finance committee met today at noon. The bills, payroll, and financial reports were reviewed. Policy 1st Reading: #508.13 – Health and Wellness policy was read. Jessie Anderson is the Health and Wellness coordinator for the district. Members of the committee thus far are: Jessie Anderson, Rachel Mandelko, Wendy Andersen, Superintendent, and members of the community are needed. The committee meets 4 times per year. Nebraska United for Property Tax Reform and Education – information was reviewed. A motion was made by Johnson and seconded by Henry to approve the April 10, 2017 regular meeting minutes. VOTE: Henry-Y, Hunzeker-Y, Johnson-Y, Kearns-Y, Langford-Y, Reed-Y. A motion was made by Kearns and seconded by Langford to approve the agenda for the May 8, 2017 regular meeting. VOTE: Henry-Y, Hunzeker-Y, Johnson-Y, Kearns-Y, Langford-Y, Reed-Y. Seniors Last Day – A motion was made by Johnson and seconded by Kearns to approve the seniors last day to be May 17, 2017. VOTE: Henry-Y, Hunzeker-Y, Johnson-Y, Kearns-Y, Langford-Y, Reed-Y. A motion was made by Reed and seconded by Langford to approve the 2017 seniors for graduation providing all requirements for graduation have been met. VOTE: Henry-Y, Hunzeker-Y, Johnson-Y, Kearns-Y, Langford-Y, Reed-Y. A motion was made by Johnson and seconded by Reed to approve policies: #706.07, #503.09, and #802.05 as presented. VOTE: Henry-Y, Hunzeker-Y, Johnson-Y, Kearns-Y, Langford-Y, Reed-Y. A motion was made by Johnson and seconded by Henry to approve policy #508.13 as presented. VOTE: Henry-Y, Hunzeker-Y, Johnson-Y, Kearns-Y, Langford-Y, Reed-Y. A motion was made by Langford and seconded by Henry to approve the bills and payroll as presented. VOTE: Henry-Y, Hunzeker-Y, Johnson-Y, Kearns-Y, Langford-Y, Reed-Y. Items for the Next Meeting – support for Lister-Sage weight room Adjournment – The meeting adjourned at 8:15 pm.

Black Hills Energy $1,001.40; Chadron Community Hospital $284.49; Chadron Medical Clinic P.C. $234.00; CHADRON STATE COLLEGE $124.95; Charles W Toof $127.99; CinDesign $114.75; Cornhusker Marriott Hotel $298.00; Culligan $23.00; DAS State Accounting $238.96; Educational Service Unit 13 $4,812.23; Faronics $2,260.00; Fire & Ice Mechanical $171.33; Floyd’s Truck Center $258.19; Gordon-Rusvhille Public School $450.00; Great Plains Communications $263.68; Haggerty’s $366.49; Harris $516.00; Hay Springs Lumber Company $531.20; Hay Springs Water Department $268.03; HSPS - Activity Fund $3,281.65; HSPS - Hot Lunch $468.40; Huckfeldt, Aaron D $12.50; Ideal Linen Supply $228.24; J & L Grocery $15.19; Lister-Sage Community Center Operation Accoun $420.00; Mar-bow Music $35.00; Nebraska Council of School Administrators $1,155.00; Nebraska Public Power Dist. $3,721.02; Nebraska Safety and Fire Equipment $195.00; Quill Corporation $2,099.49; Region I OHD $761.04; Sacker’s $416.03; School Speciality $89.30; Security First Bank $1,287.76; Westco $1,071.85; Xerox Corporation - California $1,086.42.

Published: June 7, 2017