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March 21, 2022 at 6:30 PM - Regular Meeting

Agenda
1. Call to Order
Description:  This is a meeting of the Board of Education in public for the purpose of conducting the School District's business and is not to be considered a public community meeting.
2. Roll Call
3. Public Notice
Description:  The meeting was noticed by way of publication in the Waterford Post on Friday, March 18, 2022, and by posting in the District Office, at Entrance #19, and on the District's website. Minutes from the January 24, 2022 regular meeting were published in the Waterford Post on Friday, March 11, 2022. These minutes were also published on the District's website.
4. Pledge of Allegiance
5. Consent Agenda
5.A. Treasurer's Report
Attachments: (2)
5.B. Meeting Minutes - February 28, 2022 Regular Board Meeting
Attachments: (1)
5.C. Staffing Updates
5.C.(1) Sick Leave Bank Request
Description: 

Employees who have exhausted their sick leave may submit a request to the Board of Education to qualify as a recipient of the Staff Sick Leave Bank. Prior to submission, the District reserves the right to request documentation from a physician to verify a sick leave request. If the Board of Education grants approval, then District employees may voluntarily transfer up to three days of their unused sick leave into the Sick Leave Bank.

A staff member has requested qualification as a recipient of the Staff Sick Leave Bank. The District recommends approval.

5.C.(2) Spring Coaches 2022
Attachments: (1)
5.C.(3) Staff Resignation - M.Maas-Vogt, Math Teacher
5.D. CESA 2 Contract for Services 2022-23 
Description:  The annual contract with CESA 2 for services has been reviewed and updated for the 2022-23 school year. 
Attachments: (1)
6. Student Recognition
6.A. Powerlifters - State Qualifiers
Description:  State : Brannt Balfanz
Brooke Ruland 
Bryce Ruland 
Keegan Werth 
Carson Beier 
Maxim Scheu 
Eli Gadbury 
Robby Kedrowicz 
Jack Morawitz 

& Robby, Bryce, Brooke & Barak Knight also qualified for USA powerlifting high school nationals.
 
6.B. Wrestling Team - Individual State Qualifiers
Description:  Hudson Halter
Hunter Rudzinski
Evan Danowski 
7. Resident Comments
Description:  At this time the board would like to invite any member of the audience to stand with comments about items of interest or concern that do or do not appear on the agenda this evening. Please begin by stating your name and address. It would be appreciated if you would limit your comments to three minutes so that we can keep the meeting moving in a timely fashion and allow others an opportunity to speak. We ask that you remember that Wisconsin law prohibits us from discussing specific employees or their job performance. Thank you for your support of our school district.
8. Information Items
8.A. 2022-2023 Staffing FTE Proposal
Description:  In February, students registered for classes for the upcoming school year. Principal Dan Foster has been working with Student Services to establish the FTE staffing required in each department based on student registration selections. 
 
8.B. Athletic/Activity Fees
Description:  Athletic and Activities Administrator Jill Stobber recommends fee changes for the 2022-2023 school year.
Attachments: (1)
8.C. Student Council Report
Description:  The Student Council Sergeant at Arms will provide an update on the recent activities of various student co-curricular clubs. 
9. Items For Board Action
9.A. Overnight Field Trip Request - Exchange Club Travel to Germany June/July 2022
Description:  The board tabled approval of the students traveling to Germany for the exchange program pending additional information.  The hotel and flights are secured with trip insurance and can be canceled if needed.
9.B. New Extracurricular Athletic Offerings
Description:  Jill Stobber recommends adding new sports offerings to students for the 2022-2023 school year.  
Attachments: (1)
9.B.(1) Girls Hockey Cooperative Team
9.B.(2) Girls Wrestling
9.B.(3) Boys Volleyball
9.C. Approval of Termination Benefit
Description: 
The District recommends offering a one-time termination benefit for employees between the age of 50 on or after June 13, 2022, and the age of 55 on or before August 22. The window to decide whether to exercise the termination benefit is from March 22 through April 15, 2022 at 4:00 PM.
  • For employees with 25 continuous years of service desiring to terminate employment, each would receive 100% of their accrued health reimbursement arrangement (HRA) benefit in the form of a 403(b) contribution, 
  • For employees with 20 continuous years of service desiring to terminate employment, each would receive 75% of their accrued health reimbursement arrangement (HRA) benefit in the form of a 403(b) contribution,
  • For employees with 15 continuous years of service desiring to terminate employment, each would receive 50% of their accrued health reimbursement arrangement (HRA) benefit in the form of a 403(b) contribution.
The benefit will be paid in six equal payments on January 1, starting with January 1, 2023. The employer will contribute directly to the employee's 403(b) account. IRS rules govern when the employee may implement the benefit without penalty (currently age 55).

The 403(b) plan allows for qualified distributions at age 55 as long as the employee has separated from the District. That means an employee can't get distribution and come back consistently to sub or work in any other capacity for the District. However, a teacher could suspend their 403(b) payments while serving as a substitute and then restart their payments after employment. 
9.D. Neola Policy Updates - Vol. 30 No. 2
Description:  Attached are the most recent updated policies from Neola for Board approval. 
Attachments: (2)
10. Superintendent's Report
Description:  Superintendent Francois will share referendum and budget development updates.
11. President's Report
12. Adjourn from Open Meeting
13. Reconvene in Executive Session under Wis. State Statutes 19.85(1) (e)
Description:  Reconvene in Executive Session under Wis. State Statutes 19.85 (1) (e) Deliberating or negotiating the purchase of public properties, the investing of public funds, or conducting other specified public business, whenever competitive or bargaining reasons require a closed session.
14. Adjourn from Executive Session/Close Meeting

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