Tri-County School District 2358 Proceedings (0619)
Tri-County School District 2358
May 21, 2013, 8:00 p.m.
Staff Work Room
The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Wikstrom at 8:00 p.m. and a quorum was determined. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
Members Burkel, Koland, Olson, Swenson, Chair Wikstrom, Superintendent Ruud and Principal Sorgaard were present.
“We Are Proud”
• We are proud of the Tri-County 7th-12th band and choir students for their exceptional job at the concert on Thursday, May 9th! It was one of the largest crowds we have seen in many years and for those in attendance, they were treated to some amazing, quality music!
• We are proud of all our students who did MCA testing. They worked very hard and took the testing seriously.
• We are proud of Mrs. Pietruszewski and the junior class for all their hard work to make the prom so spectacular. Also, we are very proud of the junior class parents who did a fantastic job of keeping our students safe on prom night by donating a huge amount of time and effort to create a wonderful and fun after prom party.
• We are Proud of the 24 students that made up 5 teams that competed at this year’s Area 1 Envirothon. A total of 23 teams competed with 4 of Tri-County’s teams finishing in the top 9. All the teams competed in the following categories Aquatics, Forestry, Soils, Wildlife, and Current Events, along with creating a 10 minute presentation about this years theme, Cattle Grazing. These 24 students represented our school in the finest fashion.
The students competing included:
Seniors: Keegan Krantz, Austin Walz, Katy Cieklinski, April Dahlberg, Mayson Taylor, Jacob Kasprowicz, Haley Kujava, Danielle Budziszewski, Madison Thompson, Kristen Grochowski
Juniors: Devon Binstock, Steele Spilde, Laura Anderson, Morgan Koland, Joshua Hanson, Kelli Amb, Mykael Dembiczak, Mallory Krantz, Shania Wollin
Sophomores: Logan Englund, Michael Thompson, Courtney Juhl, Rylie Krantz, and Easton Fossell
Member Swenson moved, Member Burkel seconded to approve the minutes of the April 16, 201
regular meeting. UC
Member Burkel moved, Member Wikstrom seconded to authorize payment for claims in the following funds. UC
Last Year This Year
GENERAL $74,681.65 $56,352.22
FOOD SERVICE 8,299.08 8,544.45
COMMUNITY SERVICE 1,809.28 543.84
CONSTRUCTION PROJECT 13,570.18 0.00
DEBT REDEMPTION 57,500.00 57,500.00
TOTAL $155,860.19 $122,940.51
Visitor present was Lisa Amb.
Member Swenson moved, Member Olson seconded to approve the agenda as presented. UC
Member Swenson moved, Member Olson seconded to approve the following by consent:
To place the following on summer leave of absence: Renee Hanson, Susan Budziszewski, Donald Carlson, Margaret Donaldson, Laura Efta, Kayla Gonshorowski, Celeste Engen, Ruth Halverson, Melissa Lefrooth, Michael Lefrooth, Laurie Lofstrom, Jolane Olson, Ron Sele, Heidi Spilde, Lori Wikstrom, Camille Wollin. UC
Member Swenson moved, Member Koland seconded to involve the district in such federal programs as Title I and Title II. The Board of Education has authorized the principal and or the superintendent to act as LEA Representative in filing an application for funds as provided under Public Law 103-382 for the 2013-14 school year. UC
Member Burkel moved, Member Olson seconded to accept the agreement with Altru Health Systems to perform the Athletic Training Service for the school for the 2013-14 school year at a cost of $1,400 with all the details on file. UC
Member Swenson moved, Member Burkel seconded to accept as a third and final reading, the 100 Series of School Board Policies. UC
Member Burkel moved, Member Olson seconded to accept as a second reading, the 200 Series of School Board Policies. UC
Member Swenson moved, Member Burkel seconded to accept as a first reading, the 300 Series of School Board Policies. UC
Member Burkel moved, Member Swenson seconded to accept the Planned Service Agreement with Johnson Controls, starting July 1 and continuing for 5 years. Details on file in the Superintendent’s Office. UC
Member Swenson moved, Member Burkel seconded to accept the resignation as Lead Junior Class Advisor by Ms. Justina Pietruszewski. UC
Member Burkel moved, Member Olson seconded to adopt the FINAL budget for the 2012-2013 school year. UC
PRELIMINARY REVENUE PRELIMINARY EXPENDITURES
FOR 2012-13 FOR 2012-13
General Fund 3,180,101 General Fund 3,178,635
Food Service 128,600 Food Service 132,920
Community Service 39,629 Community Service 50,623
I.T.V. 15,000 I.T.V. 15,000
Bonds 183,900 Bonds 193,000
Total $3,547,230 Total $3,570,178
FINAL REVENUE 2012-13 FINAL EXPENDITURES 2012-13
General Fund $3,240,569 General Fund $3,281,418
Food Service 129,150 Food Service 132,920
Community Service 53,689 Community Service 66,623
I.T.V. 15,000 I.T.V. 15,000
Bond Levies 198,495 Bond Redemption 190,027
Total $3,636,903 Total $3,685,988
Member Burkel moved, Member Swenson seconded to hire Darcy Olson as head cook. UC
Principal Sorgaard reported on the following: State Testing is Done; Baccalaureate is Wednesday, May 29; Commencement is Sunday, June 2 at 1:00; Activity Recognition Program is May 22; Elementary Awards are May 30; June 3 is Teacher/Para Workshop on iPad Training; Reading Program; CPR Training for 9th Grade; Spring Play; Sports; Concerts; Envirothon
Superintendent Ruud reported on the following: Summer School is July 22 – July 26; Move Spring Play to the Fall; Bread Bids with NW Service Co-op; State Update; Compulsory Attendance Age Went Up to Age 17
NWRIC: Meeting will be next month.
Region I: Member Koland reported on budget update and loan rate. Next meeting will be May 23.
Member Burkel moved, Member Olson seconded to adjourn. UC
Respectfully submitted by Mark Koland, Clerk ____________________
Next Meeting: June 18 at 8:00 p.m.