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January 18, 2022 at 5:30 PM - Regular Meeting

Agenda
1. Call to Order / Roll Call / Pledge of Allegiance
Description:  ___ Jill Antony
___ Sara Rose
___ Kelly Hoeft               
___ Tony Jacobs
___ Ryan Jones
___ Linda Leiding
___ Kent Thiesse
2. Approval of Agenda
Description: 
Motion:__________ Second:__________ Carried:___ Failed:___
3. Consent Agenda
3.1. DONATIONS/GRANTS
Description:  Recommended Motion: Pass a resolution to accept with appreciation the following donations: 
  • $1,000 from Jones Farms Partnership for the greenhouse
  • $300 from Adam & Mackenzie Jones for the greenhouse
  • $100 from Kerry Thompson for the band department
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3.2. RESIGNATIONS
Description:  RECOMMENDED MOTION: To accept the resignation of Jan Lewis, food service assistant, effective December 15, 2021 with appreciation for her service.  
3.3. TERMINATIONS
Description:  Recommended Motion: To terminate Shane Clement, evening custodian, for just cause effective immediately.  
3.4. HIRES
Description:  RECOMMENDED MOTION: To approve Hannah Geistfeld as an Elementary Long Term Substitute Teacher beginning on or around February 28, 2021.  (Salary: Based on the agreement between ISD 2071 and the Education Association.)

RECOMMENDED MOTION: To hire Matt Schultz as an Evening Custodian.  Seniority Date: Jnuary 10, 2022. Salary: Based on the agreement between the Agreement between ISD 2071 and the Classified Association.  
 
3.5. CHILDCARE LEAVE OF ABSENCE
Description:  RECOMMENDED MOTION: To approve a childcare leave of absence from Ashleigh Foster beginning on or around May 31, 2022 and continuing through the 2022-2023 school year.  In the event her child is born earlier or later her leave will be adjusted accordingly.  
3.6. Approve minutes of December 20, 2021 regular meeting and January 3, 2022 reorganization meeting.
3.7. Approve bills totaling $1,781,405.56; Wire transfers $200,693.23 and student activity bills $3,658.33
Description: 

Motion:________________ Second:_______________Carried:____Failed:____
4. Citizen Participation
5. Reports
5.1. Superintendent Report
5.1.1. Enrollment
5.2. Business Manager Report
5.3. Elementary Principal Report
5.4. Secondary Principal Report
5.5. Committee Reports
6. Correspondence
7. Old Business
8. New Business
8.1. COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS (Action)
Description:  Recommended Motion: To approve School Board committee assignments as discussed at the reorganization meeting held on January 3, 2022. (Appendix)


Motion:__________ Second:__________ Carried:___ Failed:___
8.2. STUDY SESSION TOPICS (Action)
Description:  Recommended Motion: To approve School Board study session topics as discussed at the reorganization meeting held on January 3, 2022. (Appendix)



Motion:__________ Second:__________ Carried:___ Failed:___
8.3. MANDATORY RESOLUTION REGARDING REDUCTIONS (Action)
Description:  This motion is a legal formality to begin the preparation of the budget for the 2022-23 school year. 

Recommended Motion: Approve:   RESOLUTION DIRECTING THE SUPERINTENDENT TO MAKE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR REDUCTIONS IN PROGRAMS AND POSITIONS AND REASONS THEREFORE.   WHEREAS, the financial condition of the school district dictates that the school board may need to reduce expenditures, and, WHEREAS, this reduction in expenditure may include discontinuance of positions and discontinuance or curtailment of programs, and, WHEREAS, a determination may need to be made as to which teachers' contracts would be terminated and not renewed and which teachers would be placed on unrequested leave of absence without pay or fringe benefits in effecting discontinuance of positions.                                  

BE IT RESOLVED, by the School Board of Independent School District No. 2071, as follows: That the School Board hereby directs the Superintendent of Schools and administration to consider the discontinuance of programs or positions to effectuate economies in the School District and reduce expenditures, make recommendations to the School Board for the discontinuance of programs, curtailment of programs, discontinuance of positions or curtailment of positions, if necessary.

Motion:__________ Second:__________ Carried:___ Failed:___
8.4. GYM FLOOR REPLACEMENT (Action)

RECOMMENDED MOTION: To approve a project to have the Secondary school gym floor be refinished for an amount not to exceed $30,000.  

Motion:______________ Second:________________ Carried:____ Failed:____
8.5. STUDENT COUNCIL BREAKFAST (Information)
Description:  The student council breakfast will be held Wednesday, January 26 at 7:00 am in the Secondary Media Center. 
9. Announcements
Description:  Wed, Jan 26   Student Council Breakfast, Secondary Media Center; 7:00 am
Mon, Feb 7     5:30 pm Study Session, Secondary Media Center
Mon, Feb 14  PLC 2 hour late start
Mon, Feb 21   President’s Day – No School
Thu, Feb 17    SEC Parent Conferences; 4:15 pm-8 pm
Tues, Feb 22  5:30 pm Regular School Board Meeting, Secondary Media Center
Thu, Feb 24 Kindergarten Round-Up
10. Other Business
11. Items for Future Agendas
12. Adjournment
Description:  Motion:__________ Second:__________ Carried:___ Failed:___

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