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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:
GeneralCapitalSpecialFoodEnterpriseAgency
FundOutlayEduc.ServiceFund
10/1/19
Cash422711.39549167.22-88243.12 30909.24 4385.88 38935.55
Savings343996.76107389.13
Local Rev. 15750.34 4529.14 2965.97 7681.20 200.00 9479.87
County Rev. 1151.95
State Rev. 84881.00
Transfer/Fed 9607.00
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
Adjust/Due -514.65
10/31/19
Cash315919.40532889.86-147343.12 31604.00 3615.42 38355.02
Savings343996.76107389.13
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.

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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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