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June 27, 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 Thursday, June 23, 2022, and by posting in the District Office and on the District's website. Minutes from the April 18, 2022 regular meeting were published in the Waterford Post on Thursday, May 26, 2022. These minutes were also published on the District's website.
4. Pledge of Allegiance
5. Consent Agenda
5.A. Treasurer's Report
Attachments: (1)
5.B. Minutes - May 23, 2022 Regular Board Meeting
Attachments: (1)
5.C. Minutes - May 23, 2022 Regular Board Meeting Executive Session
5.D. Overnight Field Trip Requests - August-October 2022
Attachments: (1)
5.E. Staffing Updates
5.E.(1) New hire - Adam Bell, Associate Principal
5.E.(2) Madison Sabel - Digital Media Coordinator
6. Student Recognition
6.A. Spring Season State Qualifiers
Description:  The following students qualified for the W.IA.A. state tournament in their respective sports.
Boys Tennis - Andrew Vescio
Boys Golf - Jackson Heath, Robbie Meyers
Track and Field - Analyia Guardiola (100 m. dash), Carter Maffet* (110 m. hurdles, 200 m. dash, 4 x 100 m. relay), Jack McCormick (100 m. dash, 4 x 100 m. relay), Bryce Ruland (discus), Noah White (4 x 100 m. relay), Sutton Keller (4 x 100 m. relay), and Carson Bilitz (4 x 100 m. relay) 
 
6.B. Journal Sentinel Sports Award Show
Description:  The following students were recognized as outstanding student athletes.
  • Taylor Gordon, Girls Soccer
  • Bryce Ruland, Track & Field
  • Carter Maffet, Track & Field
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. Health and Wellness Policies - First Review
Description:  Sophia Schoenfeld and Kennedy Francois reviewed two board policies and multiple administrative guidelines as part of a summer internship.  The students will present their findings and recommend policy revision to the board for the first review.  
Attachments: (3)
8.B. Administrative Guidelines
Description:  Kennedy Francois and Sophia Schoenfeld will speak about their review process and the updates recommended 
Attachments: (1)
8.C. Post Referendum Discussion and Ten-Year Facility Plan
Description:  A ten-year facility plan was introduced to meet the District's fiscal responsibility goal.  With a failed referendum, the board directed the next steps toward implementing the plan.  The District commenced a phone survey to learn why the previous referendum failed and is preparing to review voter turnout data.

The District was able to secure contractors to complete a handful of small facility improvement measures from the referendum that fell within the budget remaining at the fiscal year-end.  Superintendent Francois will share the scheduled projects and their fiscal impact.  

The board can discuss the next steps of the facility plan as it relates to a possible referendum question.
 
9. Items For Board Action
9.A. Preliminary Budget 2022-23
Description:  The District presents to the board a preliminary budget for 2022-2023.  With no additional money provided by the State of Wisconsin, the District absorbed fixed cost increases, including transportation, fuel, utilities, salary, and benefits, utilizing the existing revenue cap.  Funding necessary services further reduced the capital maintenance budget to an all-time low of $73K, highlighting the stress placed on the ten-year facility plan for buildings and infrastructure.  All budgets are balanced with overall expenditures reduced over the prior fiscal year.  
Attachments: (12)
9.B. Neola Policy Updates - Vol. 31 No. 1
Description:  The District recommends approval of the second reading of board policy.
Attachments: (1)
10. Superintendent's Report
11. President's Report
12. Adjourn from Open Meeting

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