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December 2021 Minutes

                                                                          Unofficial M I N U T E S

                                                                             REGULAR MEETING


                                                            MONDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2021 @ 6:30 P.M.




Open the Meeting

Call the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m. Scribner-Snyder President, Laura Schnoor presiding.


Open Meetings Act

Notice of this meeting was properly published in a newspaper of general circulation by advance Public Notice with notice and advance agenda given to all members of the board prior to the meeting date.  Scribner-Snyder personnel Joe Peitzmeier, Brad Stithem, Sharon Meyer and Malia Nemecek were in attendance.


The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.


Roll Call

A call of roll showed 5 members present:  Mike Fischer, Matt Kruse, Cory Schlueter, Laura Schnoor and Andrea Vacha.   Absent:  Don Beck


Welcoming of Visitors

No visitors


Informational Reports

Board Members – Laura Schnoor mentioned that she attended NASB State Conference and gathered a lot of good information.


Principal Stithem reported on the following items:

  • December 22nd marks the end of the 2nd quarter and 1st semester. On December 22nd we will have a 1:30 p.m. dismissal for Christmas break.  Classes resume on January 3rd
  • Goal was met for the annual food drive for the Food Pantry.  The kids earned a pajama day and a movie at the end of the day on December 22nd.  Would like to thank Mrs. Ryun and the FFA students for sponsoring this great project.
  • On January 4th during teacher in-service, professional developer Michael Feit from ESU2 will be training our staff on how to develop a great classroom culture.
  • Elementary Christmas Concert will be held on Tuesday, December 14th and the Jr High/High School concert has been set for Monday, December 20th.
  • Mrs. Bell and Mrs. Rolf have completed the second round of Acadience testing.
  • Second semester we are offering 4 dual credit courses.
  • Season Greetings – We hope everyone has a wonderful Christmas Break.


Superintendent Peitzmeier reported on the following items:

  • Legislative Issues:

-Attended the Legislative Preview Conference.  Shared some information that was given at the conference regarding legislation.


  • Finance:

-ARP Plan review – Reviewed the expenditure and the “Return to Learn”

  Plan for the 2021-2022 school year.

-Food supply shortage – Letters sent home and on the website.


  • Curriculum:


  • Facilities:

-Trane update

-Old High School update


  • Workshops/Meetings:

-Attended the NASB State Conference in November.

-Update on the After-School Program


  • Miscellaneous:

                         -Incumbents filing date is February 15th and all others is March 1st.

                        -Negotiations meeting

-Congratulations to Mrs. Enos and the team for receiving District One-Act  

  Runner Up. 

-Issue with flavored milk supply

-No boys wrestling but have girls wrestling

- Staff Christmas gathering on December 22nd at 1:30 invited board members


Updated the Board on Superintendent attendance/absences


Action Items


Approval of the Consent Agenda

Schlueter moved to approve the Consent Agenda as presented excusing the absence of Don Beck.  This includes the approval of the agenda, the November 8, 2021 Minutes, Treasurers Report (attachment 1), Financial Reports (attachment 2), the actual General Fund expenses (attachment 3) and placed them on file.  Vacha seconded and motion carried 5-yes, 1-absent (Beck)


Discuss, Consider, and Take Necessary Action on Renewal of School Insurance

Vacha moved to continue the school insurance coverage with EMC through Swanson Insurance. After discussion, Schlueter seconded and motion carried 5-yes, 1-absent (Beck)


Discuss, Consider and act on Requiring Personal Finance as a Graduation Requirement

Vacha moved to require Personal Finance as a graduation requirement beginning with the 2022-2023 school year.  After discussion, Fischer seconded and motion carried 5-yes, 1-absent (Beck)


Discussion items

  1. COVID-19 Updates – Peitzmeier updated the Board on current status of COVID absences.
  2. Discussed the Early Retirement Incentive Program.
  3. Facility Study – Update on the facility study, timelines and the outcome of an initial meeting with DLR.
  4. Supplied the board with copies of the Annual Audit.
  5. Superintendent Evaluation – Schnoor tabulated the results and shared the information with the board.



There being no further business on the agenda of this meeting, President Laura Schnoor adjourned the meeting at 7:28 p.m.


                                                             Respectfully submitted,




                                                             Sharon Meyer

                                                             Business Manager



The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Education of District #62, Dodge County, will be Monday, January 10, 2022, at 6:30 p.m., in the Scribner–Snyder Band Room.  Agenda items are kept current in the superintendent’s office and may be inspected during regular business hours.