Mount Vernon School District 17-3 Board of Education Minutes November 11, 2019 The regular meeting of the Mount Vernon School District 17-3 Board of Education was held on Monday, November 11, 2019, in the Mount Vernon School at 6:00 p.
Mount Vernon School District 17-3
Board of Education Minutes
November 11, 2019
The regular meeting of the Mount Vernon School District 17-3 Board of Education was held on Monday, November 11, 2019, in the Mount Vernon School at 6:00 p.m. in the Afterschool room.
The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
Ryan Youngstrom, Board Chairman, called the meeting to order with the following present: Deb Stoltz, Jeff Miiller, Craig Pickart, and Dale Larsch. Also present were: Superintendent/PK-5 Principal Patrick Mikkonen, Eric Denning-Principal 6-12, and Teresa Wessel, Business Manager.
All motions are to be considered unanimous unless otherwise stated.
Craig Pickart made a motion to approve the agenda for the November 11, 2019, meeting. Deb Stoltz seconded. Motion 11-19-1
Dale Larsch made a motion to approve the minutes of the October 16, 2019, meeting of the Mount Vernon Board of Education. A correction was stated: Patrick Mikkonen, Supt. and PK-5 Principal not PK-12 Principal. Ryan Youngstrom seconded. Motion 11-19-2
Dale Larsch acknowledged the minutes of the CORE meeting. Ryan Youngstrom seconded. Motion 11-19-3
Ryan Youngstrom made a motion to approve the following October 2019 financial reports:
Cash422711.39549167.22-88243.12 30909.24 4385.88 38935.55
Local Rev. 15750.34 4529.14 2965.97 7681.20 200.00 9479.87
County Rev. 1151.95
State Rev. 84881.00
Total Rev.101783.29 4529.14 2965.97 17288.20 200.00 9479.87
Accts. Pay. 59595.65 20806.50 30122.01 7440.90 10060.40
Payroll148464.98 31943.96 9152.54 970.46
Total Exp.208060.63 20806.50 62065.97 16593.44 970.46 10060.40
Cash315919.40532889.86-147343.12 31604.00 3615.42 38355.02
Dale Larsch seconded. Motion 11-19-4
Craig Pickart made a motion to approve the November 2019 monthly claims. Jeff Miiller seconded. Motion 11-19-5
Patrick Mikkonen, Supt. and PK-5 Principal, reported on the following topics: Supt.'s meeting, ADM, Parent Teacher Conferences, and a gymnastics update.
Eric Denning, 6-12 Principal, reported on the following topic: Fall Athletic Banquet.
Supt. Mikkonen gave an update on the purchase on facilities/maintenance equipment.
A discussion was held on a disclosure of conflict of interest. This is due to the law from HB 1214.
The 1st reading of the following policies was discussed Section A: AE, AEA, and AFA.
Dale Larsch made a motion to approve the 2nd reading of the following policies: AC, ACAA, ACB, and AD. Deb Stoltz seconded. Motion 11-19-6
Craig Pickart made a motion to approve the Wellness Plan. Dale Larsch seconded. Motion 11-19-7
Dale Larsch was appointed as the District LAN contact.
A discussion was held on technology infrastructure upgrade presented from Tech Solutions. This item was tabled until the regular December 2019 meeting.
A discussion was held entering into a maintenance contract with Trane. This item was tabled until the regular December 2019 meeting.
Craig Pickart made a motion to approve the following contract: Camie Walz-JH Girls Basketball Coach-$1700.00. Deb Stoltz seconded. Motion 11-19-8
A discussion was held on Christmas staff appreciation.
Ryan Youngstrom made a motion to approve the open enrollment form 11-19-1. Jeff Miiller seconded. Motion 11-19-9
Open forum. The regular meeting of the Board of Education will be held on December 12, 2019.
Craig Pickart made a motion to enter executive session at 7:05 p.m. for personnel-1-25-2-1. Dale Larsch seconded. Motion 11-19-10
The Mount Vernon Board of Education exited executive session at 7:17 p.m.
Ryan Youngstrom made a motion to adjourn at 7:17 p.m. Deb Stoltz seconded. Motion 11-19-11.
Bills for approval 11-11-19 - GENERAL FUND - Elementary: County Fair Incentives 29.78 Middle School: Santel Phone 256.47 High School: School Specialty Art supplies 2994.93; Dana Schuldt Art supplies 26.24 BOE: Nepstads Hospitality 53.00; Forum Publishing 314.29 Support Services: Beth Becker Memorial 50.00; Tech Solutions Tech support services 2835.00; Walmart Supplies-ASP 10.00; Roxane Dyk Mileage/benefits 1386.27 Custodial: Ameripride Fees 247.44; Arctic Refrigeration Repair washer 357.77; ABC Annual inspection 480.00; Fox Paint & Blind Paint 57.73; G & R Controls Labor 472.50; Menards Supplies 161.55; Harves Paint 42.99; JCL Solutions Supplies 633.21; KO Pest Control Fees 186.25; Mebius Nursery Winterize field/labor 1437.50 Custodial: City of Mount Vernon Water school 663.19; City of Mount Vernon Water aud 86.22; City of Mount Vernon Water cc 110.63; Northwestern Elec-bus barn 68.26; Northwestern Elec/heat-school 2599.29; Northwestern Elec-fb field 282.82; Northwestern Elec/heat-cc 1684.41; Northwestern Elec/heat-aud 328.31 Co-curricular: Harves VB scorebook 23.80; Nepstads Senior night FB 26.25; Hauff Supplies 36.95; School Pride Track board 60.00; Sun Gold Trophies Senior night VB 264.00; Woodwind/Brasswind Supplies 426.38 Transportation: Ron Long Wash bus 21.00; Sanborn Central Oral interp 171.00; Avera Bus physical 108.15; Dana Schuldt Fuel 25.00 CAPITAL OUTLAY - Lease: Elite Copier lease 993.80 Equipment: Hauff Singlets 499.50; RTI Laptops 5104.00; Todd & Angie Garry Saxophones 825.00 19-20 Programs: Santel Licenses 899.00; Hudl BBB/GBB programs 1201.74 Building and Improvements: Cortrust Certificates 18929.86; Steve's Welding Rails/labor 559.22 SPECIAL EDUCATION: CORE Fees 11661.61; Behavior Care Specialist Fees 6775.25; Career Connections Fees 123.39; Childrens Care Hospital Tuition 5660.00; Walmart Supplies 81.96; Theresa Wheeler Mileage 241.92; Palace Transit Tokens 12.00; SD Dept of Human Services Fees 6061.15; County Fair Supplies 4.53 FOOD SERVICE: Heather Fristad Milk 13.33; County Fair Foods 78.04; CWD Foods 2605.80; Dean Foods Milk 893.39; US Foods Foods 2102.49; Child & Adult Nutrition Foods 778.81; Travis Pollard Refund 104.05; Westys Milk 4.98 Imprest Fund 10/31/2019: Teresa Wessel FB playoffs 50.00; Petty cash Meals-All-State chorus 240.00; Corsica Stickney School Oral interp 119.50; DCI Fingerprinting 43.25; Eric Denning Supplies 157.66; Amber Hulse Speaker 250.00; Becky Klooz Class 144.99; Patrick Mikkonen Fuel 30.00 Imprest Fund: Kristi Moody Mileage 71.40; Region V JH Music Music fees 80.00; Amanda Tollefson Supplies 5.30; Cathy Albrecht Oral interp 110.50; Sams Club Dues 349.60; Maxwell Schaffer Fuel 47.00; SDMEA All-State 60.00; Alexis Washburn-Garry Supplies/fees 133.79; Corey Baruth FB playoffs 125.00; Chamberlain School FB playoffs 524.99; Eric Denning FB playoffs 50.00; Monte Fristad FB playoffs 35.00; Chipp Gerlach FB playoffs 25.00; Dennis Heinz FB playoffs 165.32; Houstyn Heinz FB playoffs 125.00; Jim Johnston FB playoffs 125.00; Preston Kristensen FB playoffs 50.00; Dale Larsch FB playoffs 25.00; Mark Logan FB playoffs 125.00; Ron Long FB playoffs 50.00; Rob Mayer FB playoffs 25.00; Kristi Moody Clothing allowance 61.75; Mount Vernon School FB playoffs 347.99; Tonia Pranger FB playoffs 25.00; Fred Prien FB playoffs 35.00; Mike Rus FB playoffs 25.00; Allison Sandland FB playoffs 50.00; Nathan Sandland FB playoffs 25.00; SDHSAA FB playoffs 860.70 Debit Card: July 7 Mindsets Renewal 209.02; August USPS Envelopes 940.00; Amazon Supplies/texts 752.81; Alibris Text 103.29; Microsonic Supplies 43.75; September Amazon Supplies/texts 572.05; IXL Programs 1847.00; Hudl Programs 600.87; October Amazon Supplies 119.2; Playscripts One act 249.85; Performance Health Putty 41.15; School Health Supplies 188.96
GENERAL: 1111-ELEM 28873.90; 1111-ED INSTRUCTION 1803.54; 1111-REAP 954.38; 1121-MS 11536.16; 1121-ED INSTRUCTION 1750.48; 1131-HS 19408.66; 1131-ED INSTRUCTION 1750.48; 1141-PRESCHOOL 1640.42; 1273-TITLE 2863.12; 2122-GUIDANCE 3500.00; 2222-LIBRARY 3168.38; 2227-TECH 1997.50; 2321-SUPT 5885.26; 2410-PRIN 8752.41; 2529-BUSINESS 4246.36; 2549-CUST 5164.30; 2552-TRANSPORTATION 5825.00; 6000-CO-CURRICULAR 8249.18; 6500-CO.CURR.-TRANS 282.85; SO SEC/MED 8448.36; RETIREMENT 6502.63; RETIREMENT-SUPP 1286.36; AFLAC 65.18; INSURANCE 14510.07 SPECIAL EDUCATION: 1221-SPED 13290.43; 1222-SP ED 10588.70; 1226-SP ED 1445.98; SO SEC/MED 1875.12; RETIREMENT 1293.78; INSURANCE 1628.00 FOOD SERVICE: 2562-FOOD SERVICE 6762.98; SO SEC/MED 452.95; RETIREMENT 359.93; INSURANCE 1576.68 AFTERSCHOOL: 3500-ASP 853.88; SO SEC/MED 65.34; RETIREMENT 51.24
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