May 2017 Minutes
Unofficial M I N U T E S
BOARD OF EDUCATION DISTRICT #62
MONDAY, MAY 8, 2017
SCRIBNER ELEMENTARY BUILDING
Board Members Present: Mike Fischer, Laura Schnoor, Malia Nemecek, Lynn Schnoor, William French, Don Beck
Board Members Absent:
Others Present: Supt. Ginger Meyer, Principal Brad Stithem, Recording Secretary Sharon Meyer
President Mike Fischer called the regular meeting of School Board #62 to order on Monday, May 8, 2017, at 7:30 p.m. A call of roll showed all members present, and 10 guests.
The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
Open Meetings Act:
The board meeting will be conducted in accordance with the Open Meetings Act.
Approval of the Consent Agenda:
Laura Schnoor moved to accept the consent Agenda which includes the approval of the agenda, the April 10, 2017 Minutes, Treasurers (attachment 1) and Financial (attachment 2) reports and the actual General Fund (attachment 3), expenses, and placed them on file. Lynn Schnoor seconded and motion carried 6-yes.
Darren Rangeloff, Chris Meyer and Stacy Meyer all approached the board with their concerns regarding JH football.
Principal Stithem reported on the following items:
- First round of class registration has been completed.
- Final data retreat meeting will be held within the next couple weeks. May 10th Mrs. Bell and Mrs. Rolf will be reviewing the final DIBELS testing results.
- Honors Night will be held on Thursday, May 11th.
- We will once again have summer school for students who can use extra help.
- Last day of school will be Friday, Nay 19th, with a dismissal time of 1:30 p.m.
- Professional development day will be held on May 25th for the new “Wonders” reading series.
Superintendent Meyer reported on the following items:
- NESA testing is complete.
- 1st day of doors being locked went well.
Discussion was held regarding State Journalism Participants. Congratulations to Madison Smutz, Josh Dominguez, MacKenzy Schreck, Harley Cooley and Suzy Hodges for placing at State.
Discussion was held regarding the resolution for Nebraskans’ United for Property Tax Reform and Education.
Discussion was held regarding Coop matters. Mr. Meyer has contacted some area schools regarding JH Football. Laura Schnoor made a motion to amend the LVSS boys and girl’s basketball coop agreement from 3 years as previously passed to 2 years, for school years 2017-2018 and 2018-2019. Nemecek seconded and motion carried 6-yes. Laura Schnoor moved to rescind the volleyball and junior high football agreements passed in the April Board Meeting, French seconded and motion carried 6-yes.
Discussion was held regarding Building and Grounds matters. Beck made a motion to approve the Great Plains proposal to move the servers to the elementary building, Laura Schnoor seconded and motion carried 6-yes.
Laura Schnoor moved to hire an architect to draw up and give bid on what the cost would be for additional building to room our programs, Beck seconded and motion carried 6-yes.
Laura Schnoor made a motion to approve the laptop proposal from Skywave in the amount of $27,098.75 for the 2017-2018 school year, Lynn Schnoor seconded and motion carried 6-yes.
French move to approve Tim Wobken as Scribner-Snyder Community Schools Treasurer for the 2017-2018 school year, Nemecek seconded and motion carried 6-yes.
Lynn Schnoor move to approve the School District’s Treasurer to borrow money on behalf of the district if needed, Beck seconded and motion carried 6-yes.
Nemecek made a motion to approve Melissa Weddle as Occupational Therapist via contact with West Point Public Schools for 2017-2018 school year, French seconded and motion carried 6-yes.
Lynn Schnoor move to approve Brooke Cheleen as Physical Therapist for the 2017-2018 school year. Nemecek seconded and motion carried 6-yes.
There being no further business, Laura Schnoor moved for adjournment at 8:37 p.m., Lynn Schnoor seconded and motion carried 6-yes.
The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Education of District #62, Dodge County, will be Monday, June 12, 2017, at 7:30 p.m., at the Scribner –Snyder Attendance Center. Agenda items are kept current in the superintendent’s office and may be inspected during regular business hours.