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Regular board meeting

Regular School Board Meeting
Oldham-Ramona School Dist 39-5
February 16, 2012
The Oldham-Ramona School Board of Education met in regular session at 7:00 p.m. at the school. Present were Lisa Beyer, Larry Malcomb, and Mike Matson. Absent were Chandra Waikel and Jay Hojer. Others present were Dick Amert, Deanne DeRungs, Tyler Soma, Supt Brian Sieh, and Business Manager GayLynn Hagemann. Chairman Beyer, who established a quorum was present, called the meeting to order. Unless noted all motions were unanimous. Action #3079: Motion by Malcomb, seconded by Matson to enter into executive session at 7:05 p.m. to discuss a student issue. Chairman Beyer declared the board out of executive session at 7:32 p.m. Action #3080: Motion by Malcomb, seconded by Matson to approve the minutes of the January 10, 2012 meeting and the minutes of the special meeting February 3, 2012 as presented. Action #3081: Motion by Matson, seconded by Malcomb to approve the January financial reports as presented. Building
After-School
Balance 1/01/12
$657,282.88 $353,281.01 $226,804.85 $190,750.42 $1,287,387.19 $27,547.22 Receipts:
Disbursements:
Balance 1/31/12
$599,518.35 $206,629.65 $209,903.95 $191,236.20 Trust & Agency
Acct


Action #3082: Motion by Malcomb, seconded by Matson to approve the following
bills for payment.

General Fund
Automatic Building Controls
Grant-Deuel School Dist Teacher In-Service SD Interscholastic Athletic Admin Assoc. Dues/Registration
Capital Outlay Fund
Alliance Communications

Special Education Fund
Children's Care Hosp & School
Grant-Deuel School Dist Teacher In-Service
Building Project Fund 4/08/2010
Amert Construction
Barger Electric HVAC #6 of 2, Pay Request #2 33,011.56 Barger Electric Excise Tax on Previous Invoices 693.31 Food Service Fund
Atlas Building Maintenance

After-School Program
Imprest Fund
Dick Amert gave an update on the building project. The heater blower quote was tabled until the March meeting. Supt Sieh is waiting for the pipe distributor estimate. Action #3083: Motion by Malcomb, seconded by Matson to approve the phone, intercom, & data wiring proposal from Telephone Systems & Service, $9,915. The board tabled until the March meeting selecting the projector and video screen for the multi-purpose room. Action #3084: Motion by Matson, seconded by Malcomb to approve the revised “Gym Rental Agreement.” The board discussed the newsletter survey results. Newsletters will be mailed to those who notify the school they would like a paper copy. Those who provided an e-mail address will receive the newsletter by e-mail. The newsletter is also on the school website. Action #3085: Motion by Malcomb, seconded by Matson to approve the employment contract for Brian Sieh, superintendent 2011-12, $55,500. Supt Sieh has requested information on the Head Start pre-school program and the possibility of beginning that program for next year. It has been tabled until the March meeting. Supt Sieh gathered information on vacuum and floor/carpet cleaner machines. This has been tabled until March. Action #3086: Motion by Malcomb, seconded by Matson to approve the employment contract for Rhonda Doyscher, part-time dishwasher, $8.50/hour. The board discussed the possibility of attaining a new Experience Works worker. The person would have to meet the program’s requirements: be age 55 or older and meet their income guidelines. Action #3087: Motion by Matson, seconded by Malcomb to surplus the following music class items: upright bell lyre cast iron stand and gray office chair. Mike Matson, the school’s Prairie Lakes Educational Coop representative, had nothing to report. The board heard Superintendent Sieh’s report. Action #3088: Motion by Matson, seconded by Malcomb to enter into executive session at 9:17 p.m. to discuss a student issue and personnel. Chairman Beyer declared the board out of executive session at 10:28 p.m. The next regular meeting of the board is scheduled for Monday, March 12, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. in the school resource room. Action #3089: Motion by Matson, seconded by Malcomb to adjourn at 10:29 p.m. _____________________________________ ___________________________________ GayLynn Hagemann Published once at the total approximate cost of $_________________.

Source: http://oldhamramona.k12.sd.us/SchoolBoard/Minutes2012/Feb16_2012%20reg%20brd%20mtg.pdf

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