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Wednesday 7 May 23, 2012 BAGLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS Bagley, Minnesota 56621 MINUTES OF THE REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETING HELD APRIL 2, 2012: The regular meeting of the Board of Education, Independent School District #162 was held on Monday, April 2, 2012, at 7:30 p.m. in the Office of the Superintendent. Members present: Dr. Paula Davis, Richard Olson, Tim Halberg, Kathy Clark, Wendy Fultz, Paul Neill and Superintendent Cairns. Members absent: Timothie Ameson. The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Davis and opened with the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. 1. A motion was made by Richard Olson, seconded by Tim Halberg and carried, to approve the Minutes of the March 19 meeting as written. 2. Superintendent Cairns apprised the Board that the electric meter on the elementary school is not working correctly and will cause an increase in utility costs. Mr. Cairns will update at a later meeting. 3. Superintendent Cairns apprised the Board that there was a leak in the elementary steam line and it was repaired. The heat system is very old and replacement of the system needs to be considered. Bob Garland is looking at the Districts options and will make a recommendation at a later meeting. 4. Superintendent Cairns announced the following winter sports post season honors: Girls Basketball Sean Benson & Kari Skersick All-Conference- Pine to Prairie and Northwest Conferences. Jasmin Nelson - Honorable Mention All-Conference - Pine to Prairie and Northwest Conferences. Boys Basketball Tyler George, Lorenzo Pemberton and Kris Skersick- All-Conference - Pine to Prairie and Northwest Conference. Austin Bellefy - Honorable Mention All-Conference - Pine to Prairie and Northwest Conference Tyler George, Kris Skersick and Lorenzo Pemberton - Honorable Mention All-State (based on Minnesota sportswriters vote) Tyler George - Offensive Player of the Year - Northwest Conference Lorenzo Pemberton - Defensive Player of the Year - Northwest Conference Dance Team Hallie Braaten and Savannah Kaiser selected to the Academic All-State and All-State team Dance team earned Academic Team All-State Honors. Hockex Aaron Leintz-All Conference and Honorable Mention All Section Brenton Bergh, Jesse Dukek, Cole Gubrud and Sean LaVine - Honorable Mention All- Conference Brenton Bergh and Cole Gubrud - nominated for the Minnesota High School Hobey Baker Award (based on citizenship, scholarship, character, sportsmanship and playing ability) 5. Superintendent Cairns distributed miscellaneous communications. 6. Superintendent Cairns discussed the Capitol Compass newsletter and the enrollment for the month of April. 7. Superintendent Cairns announced that Bagley High School Varsity Boys Basketball Coach, Chuck Anderson, has been selected as the Section 8AA Co-Coach of the Year. Congratulations Coach Anderson! 8. A motion was made by Richard Olson, seconded by Tim Halberg and carded, to approve the History Day overnight trip to the State competition on April 29 and the district will provide transportation and hotel costs for the bus driver and the advisor as presented by Carol Quinn. 9. The Athletic Committee discussion regarding sportsmanship conduct was tabled until a later meeting. 10. A motion was made by Tim Halberg, seconded by Richard Olson and carried, to advertise and hire a junior high wrestling coach for the 2012-2013 school year with the contingency that there are at least 10 wrestlers participating. Pay will be at the junior high salary schedule. 11. A motion was made by Paul Neill, seconded by Tim Halberg and carried, to authorize the staff perception survey. 12. Superintendent Cairns apprised the Board the PRIDE campaign kick-off was held on March 26. 13. Superintendent Cairns updated the Board on the Job Embedded Professional Development (JEPD) for the 2012-2013 school year. A recommendation will be made at the May 7 meeting. 14. A motion was made by Kathy Clark, seconded by Wen@ Fultz and carried, to adopt the 2012-2013 school calendar containing 181 days, 3 of which are emergency days. 15. A motion was made by Tim Halberg, seconded by Richard Olson and carried, to adopt the Debt Management Policy #739. 16. A motion was made by Kathy Clark, seconded by Richard Olson and carried, to ratify the Director of Facility and Transportation work agreement. 17. A motion was made by Tim Halberg, seconded by Kathy Clark and carried, to ratify the cleaner/sweeper work agreement. 18. A motion was made by Kathy Clark, seconded by Wen@ Fultz and carried, to ratify the custodian work agreement. 19. A motion was made by Tim Halberg, seconded by Richard Olson and carded, to ratify the bus mechanic work agreement. 20. A motion was made by Tim Halberg, seconded by • Richard Olson and carried, to ratify the MSEA work agreement. 21. A motion was made by Paul Neill, seconded by Wendy Fultz and carried, to accept the resignation of Chuck Anderson as the Varsity Boys Basketball Coach. 22. A motion was made by Tim Halberg, seconded by Wendy Fultz and carried, to adopt the search process and advertise for an elementary principal. 23. ITEMS FOR THE NEXT AGENDA A. Work Agreements B. Staffing 24. The next meeting of the Board of Education will held on Monday, April 16, 2012, at 7:30 p.m. in the Office of the Superintendent. 25. Chairperson Davis adjourned the meeting at 8:45 p.m. Sun., June 3, 2012 • 11 AM Paula Davis, Chairperson Board of Education Ind. School District #162 Richard Olson, Clerk Board of Education Ind. School District #162 My23c BAGLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS Bagley, Minnesota 56621 MINUTES OF THE REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETING HELD APRIL 16, 2012: The regular meeting of the Board of Education, Independent School District #162 was held on Monday, April 16, 2012, at 7:30 p.m. in the Office of the Superintendent. Members present: Dr. Paula Davis, Richard Olson, Timothie Ameson, Kathy Clark, Wendy Fultz and Superint enden[ Cair3as. M em.bers. abFnt: Tim Halberg and .Paul+ Neill. The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Davis and opened with the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. 1. A motion was made by Timothie Ameson, seconded by Richard Olson and carried, to approve the Minutes of the April 2 meeting as written. 2. A motion was made by Richard Olson, seconded by Timothie Ameson and carried, to approve the April 2012 Invoices in the amount of $222,257.69. 3. A motion was made by Richard Olson, seconded by Wendy Fultz and carried, to approve the March 2012 Hand Payables in the amount of $144,962.95. 4. A motion was made by Richard Olson, seconded by Wendy Fultz and carried, to approve the March 2012 Statement of Cash Balances in the amount of $2,309,139.70. 5. A motion was made by Timothie Arneson, seconded by Richard Olson and carried, to authorize the senior's last day to be on Thursday, May 24, 2012, RED LAKE FARMS, INC. OWNER For more information 218-556-3044 Watch for detailed ad next week ACROSS 1. Winter annoyance 6. Narcotic shrub 10. Quatrain scheme 14. Congregation divider 15. A Ponderosa son 16. Kirk's helmsman 17. Two balls, and a diner mishap 1 9. Swizzle 20. Bring home 21. Mortise mate 22. Lone Star State sch. 23. Pointillist's stroke 25. Infertile stretch of land 27. Slugger of 714 homers 32. Max, Buddy or Bugs 33. Really go for 34. Lunar valley 36. Try for apples 39. Works on a quilt 40. Bacall mate, familiady 41. An amoeba has one 42. Serpentine swimmer 43. Invaders of the Roman Empire 44. Aussie marsupial 45. __ uproar 47. Georgia's oldest city 49. Like a finished basement, perhaps 52. TGIF part 53. Competitive advantage 54. Buy alternative 57. Historic times 61. Sgt. Fdday's force 62. Two balls, and a tape 64. Gilels or Jannings RR Rnnllv .t.nmd under the condition that no more than 30% of the seniors are absent on one particular day. 6. Linda Schmidt announced that Julia Estey, Rose Cassibo, Mateo Reynolds, Blake Kehoe, Taylor Pearce, Gracie Halberg, Madisyn Bennett, Adrienne LaFerriere, Chaz O'Beirne, Kylie Brant, Justice Farnworth, Sophia Jesness, Isaiah Austad, Andrew Agnes, Grace Jones, Christopher Dahlke, Cori Bonik, Lauren Midbo, Mckinzie Halverson, Madison Estey, Jacob Scherzer, Rylee Aufforth and Rebecca Swanson are the March Elementary School Students of the Month. 7. Superintendent Cairns updated the Board of Prom and After Prom activities on April 28, 2012. 8. Director Ameson presented an athletic committee idea that parents who do not attend the mandatory orientation meeting then the parents cannot attend home games for the entire season. The athletic committee will continue to discuss this topic and make a recommendation to the Board at a later meeting. 9. A motion was made by Timothie Ameson, seconded by Richard Olson and carried, to adopt the District Acceptable Use Plan as presented by Neal Anderson. 10. A motion was made by Kathy Clark, seconded by Richard Olson and carried, to adopt the District Technology Plan for 2012-2015 as presented by Neal Anderson. 11. A motion was made by Timothie Arneson, seconded by Wendy Fultz and carried, to accept the Thielen Motors bid of a 2012 GMC Sierra 2500 regular Cab pick-up and plow the amount Rolling Along 1 T 14 17 20 1 27 33 39 42 | - 7 49 2 3 28 Z9 |- 45 ,6 5O 53 55 51 54 67 of $29,220 plus tax and license. The Thielen bid includes a Boss plow that is from Willberg Auto. 12. A motion was made by Timothie Ameson, seconded by Richard Olson and carded, to ratify the School Account work agreement. 13. A motion was made by Timothie Arneson, seconded by Richard Olson and carried, to ratify the Administrative Assistant/Coordinator of District Services work agreement. 14. A motion was made by Timothie Ameson, seconded by Richard Olson and carried, to ratify the Payroll Clerk work agreement. 15. A motion was made by Richard Olson, seconded by Timothie Ameson and carried, to ratify the Head Cook work agreement. 16. A motion was made by Richard Olson, seconded by Wendy Fultz and carried, to ratify the Cooks work agreement. 17. A motion was made by Kathy Clark, seconded by Wendy Fultz and carried, to ratify the Food Service Server/Support Personnel work agreement. 18. A motion was made by Timothie Ameson, seconded by Richard Olson and carried, to ratify the Director of Community Education work agreement. 19. A motion was made by Richard Olson, seconded by Timothie Ameson and carried, to ratify the Head/Lead Custodian work agreement. 20. A motion was made by Kathy Clark, seconded by Wendy Fultz and carried, to approve paternity leave for Mike Malterud through the end of the 2012 school year and to hire a long-term teaching sub. 21. ITEMS FORTHENEXT i-6 t-C- t"f'- IT" 16 19 Z2 MISCELLANEOUS -lll 57 58 59 5O AUTOS WANTED FOR SALE S/'Z20t2 67. Heredity 13. Post-pablum 48. __ Cong determinant sounds 49. Pequod co--owner, 68. Take a short cut? 18. Rebuke to Brutus in "Moby-Dick" 69. CSA notable 24. Smelter input 50. What "there is 26. Actress __ Dawn nothin' like" DOWN Chang 51. Two-sport pro 1. Stuffing seasoning 27. Pyramid's bottom Sanders 2. The euro replaced 28. "Zip- _-Doo-Dah" 55. Introduction to it in Italy 29. Two balls, and a culture? 3. Surfer, so to speak juggler's prop 56. Good name for a 4. Casts aspersions 30. Track pace . herding dog on 31. Euphoric states 58. Tout's spot 5. "I'm Dickens, __ 35. Kudrow or Boner 59. Prom night woe Fenster" 37. Stewpot, or its 60.._-Ball (arcade 6. Shop with urns contents game) 7. Valhalla VIP 38. Not very interesting 63. Anderson's "High 8. Chocolate 40. Like a fillet __" substitute 41. Forestall a 9. Open to shortage, perhaps suggestion 43. Eight pts. 10. Give confidence to 44. Herriman's "Krazy" 11. Two balls, and a critter AGENDA: A. K-3 Literacy Plan B. Staffing C. Work Agreements 22. A special meeting of the Board of Education will be held on Monday, April 30, 2012, at 7:00 p.m. in High School Room 100 for elementary principal interviews. 23. The next regular meeting of the Board of Education will be held on Monday, May 7, 2012, at 7:30 p.m. in the Office of the Superintendent. 24. Chairperson Davis adjourned the meeting at 8:25 •p.m. Paula Davis, Chairperson Board of Education Ind. School District # 162 Richard Olson, Clerk Board of Education Ind. 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