Proceedings: TCSD 1-14-19

Proceedings

Todd County School District

Mission, South Dakota

The January 14, 2019 regular meeting of the Todd County School District Board of Education was held in the Curriculum Center of the Administration Building.

Board President Sandra K Dillon called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m. All motions carried unanimously, unless otherwise stated.

The Lakota Flag Song was presented by Gabe Red Kettle and the He Dog Drum Group.

MEMBERS PRESENT: President Sandra K Dillon, Vice President Debra Boyd, Member Linda Bordeaux, Member Shelley Means, Member Michelle Allen.

ADMINISTRATORS PRESENT: Interim Superintendent Dr Richard Bordeaux, Business Manager Chad Blotsky, Public Relations Coordinator Phyllis Littau.

TCSD STAFF PRESENT: Tess Canet, Yancy Gunhammer, Vikki Eagle Bear, Betty Sokol, Nicole Black Lance, Erica Black Lance, Jessica Gadomski, Lynette White Hat.

OTHERS PRESENT: Lucy Her Many Horses, Sandi Wright, Wilbur Smith, Dr. Dan Holloway.

Motion by Boyd, second by Means to adopt the regular agenda as submitted.

PUBLIC FORUM/COMMENTS:

Wilbur Smith spoke on concerns over the HeDog School and the length of time it is taking to proceed on the project.

Motion by Bordeaux, second by Means for a mobile clinic to be provided for Vision Clinic and Child Eye Examination.

Lynette White Hat and Vikki Eagle Bear gave a presentation to the Board on what has been implemented at HeDog School to date with NAASG.

Second reading of School Board policy – Section D was held an any discussion.

Information – correspondence from NAFIS regarding Todd County’s membership for the 2018-2019 NAFIS membership year.

Motion by Means, second by Bordeaux to approve the Consent Agenda, as submitted with addition:

A. Approve minutes of November 26, 2018 regular meeting (amended) and the December 17, 2018 regular meeting.

B. Pay bills for January: 

GENERAL FUND: Ace Hardware, $22,464.16; Agile Sports Technologies, $400.00; Thomas Allen-Marshall, $228.90; ASCD, $239.00; AT&T Mobility, $2,211.96; AT&T, $98.41; Atco International, $2,180.75; Heather Baker, $135.00; Marjorie Blare, $286.92; David Blue Thunder, $75.00; Dr Richard Bordeaux, $9,083.33; Border States Electric Supply, $385.92; Bob Boyd Jr, $500.00; Debra Boyd, $84.00; CDW Government, $2,719.50; Century Link, $104.28; Cherry Todd Electric Coop, $29,419.44; Commercial Lighting Company, $1,131.72; Bobbie Cox, $91.68; Dairy Queen, $327.13; Josh Dean, $250.00; Dex YP, $74.31; Dick Blick Company, $75.99; Discovery Education, $5,600.00; Carter Dixon, $125.00; Deann Eastman-Jansen, $665.23; Amy Engel, $229.94; EPCO Environmental Products Company, $1,072.00; Fast Signs, $193.88; Floor Tec, $1,160.64; Golden West Technologies, $12,500.00; Jennifer Grass Rope, $218.82; Great Plains Communications, $308.08; Gregory High School, $40.00; Haggerty’s Musicworks, $333.61; Jeremy Henwood, $200.00; Kellan Herman, $500.00; Hillyard/Sioux Falls, $2,812.60; HOSA-South Dakota, $450.00; Angela Iron Heart, $250.00; Dera Iyotte, $250.00; Kristin Iyotte, $268.56; J W Pepper & Son Inc, $104.99; Romey Janis, $125.00; Jaymar Business Forms Inc, $566.00; Johnson Controls Fire Protection LP, $660.00; Jostens Inc, $2,690.40; KT Connections Inc, $358.80; LaCreek Electric Association Inc, $2,457.56; Lakota Water Inc, $2,084.00; Benjamin Lawrence, $48.12; Lori Leese, $137.50; Library Store Inc, $7,300.89; Diane Linster, $112.19; Phyllis Littau, $249.48; Ryan Long Warrior, $45.00; Lyman Wrestling Club, $175.00; Magazines.Com, $40.00; Marco Technologies LLC, $107.43; McDonald’s, $174.77; McGraw-Hill, $304.20; MCI, $152.34; Lynn Means, $375.00; Mission Hardware Lumber & Sully, $470.84; Musco Sports Lighting LLC, $5,450.00; NASSP/Natl Student Council, $95.00; New York Times, $94.40; Newsela, $3,500.00; Northwest Pipe Fittings, $624.56; Office Products Center, $9,254.36; Robert Palmier, $213.20; Pizza Ranch, $363.84; Pizza Shoppe, $130.03; Prairie Hills Floral, $250.00; Prairie Pest Control Inc, $1,540.00; Wanda Prue, $300.00; Pryntcom, $1,446.61; Ramkota Hotel, $455.00; Rapid City Journal, $5,588.96; Rees Communications, $9,114.00; Reinhart Foodservice, $74.20; Rosebud Exchange, $53.47; Sandhill Oil Company Inc, $91,822.42; Sanford Health Center, $240.00; Sanford Laboratories, $440.00; School Nurse Supply, $29.74; School Specialty Inc, $630.38; SD Department of Public Safety, $120.00; Servall Uniform/Linen Company, $16,112.66; Jane Shelbourn, $220.00; Amber Sierra, $281.48; Solid Waste Collection, $6,041.47; Stadium Sports, $6,758.40; Subway, $2,085.23; Subway, $195.94; TCHS Concessions, $124.25; Justo Tobar, $417.56; ULine, $595.07; USA Today, $66.91; Valentine Office Supply, $279.92; Verizon Business, $104.06; Wells Fargo Bank, $25,326.69; Phyllis White Shield, $22.50; WW Tire Service Inc, $482.32; TOTAL GENERAL FUND WARRANTS DISBURSED FOR JANUARY 14, 2019: $309,429.90.

TITLE VI INDIAN EDUCATION: Subway, $175.66; Wells Fargo Bank, $2,415.00; TOTAL TITLE VI INDIAN EDUCATION WARRANTS DISBURSED FOR JANUARY 14, 2019: $2,590.66.

NATIVE AMERICAN GRANTS-STATE OF SD: Golden Corral, $441.91; Ramkota Hotel, $96.00; Wells Fargo Bank, $4,830.23; TOTAL NATIVE AMERICAN GRANTS-STATE OF SD WARRANTS DISBURSED FOR JANUARY 14, 2019: $5,368.14.

JOHNSON O’MALLEY: Darci Arnold, $334.16; China Buffet, $241.50; Meredith Cournoyer, $15.17; Bobbie Cox, $2,859.96; Dakota Party, $392.92; Tabith DeVoss, $19.99; El Tapatio, $256.58; Carrie Hammer, $19.53; Faren Hogan, $54.84; Tammy Hogan, $99.88; Inclusive Communities, $3,000.00; Kimberly Kearns, $95.64; Rick Lurz, $250.00; Bailie Mills-Burress, $380.04; Shelly Naze, $16.41; Melanie Niehus, $63.35; Katie Petry, $495.21; Prairie Hills Floral, $85.00; Rebecca Rahn, $49.72; Reinhart Foodservice, $228.40; Shauna Roshone, $103.77; Rosanne Ruff, $33.57; Shopko Stores Operating Company LLC, $215.89; Subway, $1,440.55; Dakota Walkling, $150.00; Wells Fargo Bank, $482.67; Theresa Willoughby, $15.98; TOTAL JOHNSON O’MALLEY WARRANTS DISBURSED FOR JANUARY 14, 2019: $11,400.73.

TITLE II, TITLE IV, RLIS: Kevin DeCora, $2,000.00; Dick Blick Company, $367.43; Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company, $7,950.00; Wells Fargo Bank, $175.38; TOTAL TITLE II, TITLE IV, RLIS WARRANTS DISBURSED FOR JANUARY 14, 2019: $10,492.81.

SCHOOL WIDE: Center For Responsive Schools, $179.00; Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company, $7,500.00; Redco, $350.00; TOTAL SCHOOL WIDE WARRANTS DISBURSED FOR JANUARY 14, 2019: $8,029.00.

CAPITAL OUTLAY: CDW Government, $2,235.66; Hometown Lumber, $2,641.20; Marco Technologies LLC, $20,206.60; MJ Dalsin Roofing & Sheetmetal, $195,700.00; TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY WARRANTS DISBURSED FOR JANUARY 14, 2019: $220,783.46.

SPECIAL EDUCATION: Ace Hardware, $322.10; Children’s Care Hospital & School, $8,800.00; Molly Dent ED S, $7,130.43; Undisclosed Recipient, $315.84; Undisclosed Recipient, $290.16; Undisclosed Recipient, $77.28; Undisclosed Recipient, $105.00; Undisclosed Recipient, $43.68; McGraw-Hill, $1,541.88; Office Products Center, $239.98; Undisclosed Recipient, $119.00; Running’s Supply Inc, $149.75; SD Department of Human Services, $10,110.72; Undisclosed Recipient, $297.00; Shopko Stores Operating Company LLC, $994.76; Spearfish School District, $1,296.56; Speech & Language Studio of The Black Hills, $10,400.00; Subway, $43.96; Valentine Office Supply, $806.15; Wells Fargo Bank, $38.97; Winner Physical Therapy Inc, $31,000.00; TOTAL SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND WARRANTS DISBURSED FOR JANUARY 14, 2019: $74,123.22.

OKREEK SCHOOL ADDITION: Sharpe Enterprises Inc, $37,672.30; TOTAL OKREEK SCHOOL ADDITION WARRANTS DISBURSED FOR JANUARY 14, 2019: $37,672.30.

FOOD SERVICE FUND: Ace Hardware, $108.89; Central Restaurant Products, $181.03; Dean Foods North Central Inc, $6,801.61; Earthgrains Baking Company Inc, $7,844.14; NU Health California LLC, $22,855.68; Reinhart Foodservice, $81,675.67; Subway, $186.83; US Foodservice Inc, $5,980.97; TOTAL FOOD SERVICE FUND WARRANTS DISBURSED FOR JANUARY 14, 2019: $125,634.82.

TRUST & AGENCY: Expenditures - $6,318.23; TOTAL TRUST & AGENCY WARRANTS DISBURSED FOR JANUARY 14, 2019: $6,318.23. 

C. Approve Financial report for December:

ACCOUNT BALANCES AS OF DECEMBER 01, 2018: General Fund = $366,460.00; Special Programs = ($917,689.11); Capital Outlay = $327,331.48; Exceptional Education = $329,986.90; Pension = $25.78; Impact Aid = $00.00; O’Kreek Elementary = $00.00; Food Service = $360,112.43; Trust & Agency = $123,721.15; RECEIPTS: GENERAL FUND - Taxes = $38,041.77; Interest = $675.58; Local = $32,340.47; County/State = $953,929.00; Federal = $18,826.86; Transfer = $593,209.90; SPECIAL PROGRAMS –Title VI Indian Ed = $108,001.45; CAPITAL OUTLAY – Taxes = $55,260.54; EXCEPTIONAL EDUCATION -Taxes = $30,732.13; County/State = $173,152.00; Federal-Impact Aid = $148,703.50; PENSION – Taxes = $24.74; IMPACT AID – Federal-Impact Aid = $4,659,940.75; O’KREEK ELEMENTARY – Transfer = $37,672.30; FOOD SERVICE – Food Service = $115,094.95; TRUST & AGENCY – Trust & Agency = $21,941.91; DISBURSEMENTS: General Fund = ($1,556,367.08); Special Programs = ($375,874.17); Capital Outlay = ($224,086.38); Exceptional Education = ($341,657.13); Impact Aid = ($4,659,940.75); O’Kreek Elementary = ($37,672.30); Food Service = ($212,201.17); Trust & Agency = ($10,897.01); ACCOUNT BALANCES AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2018: General Fund = $447,116.50; Special Programs = ($1,185,561.83); Capital Outlay = $158,505.64; Exceptional Education = $340,917.40; Pension = $50.52; Impact Aid = $00.00; O’Kreek Elementary = $ 00.00; Food Service = $263,006.21; Trust & Agency = $134,766.05; TOTAL = $158,800.49. WELLS FARGO = $26,749,898.48. WELLS FARGO C/O CD’S = $18,223,812.03. UBS = $620,687.64.

D. Approve professional contract resignation after executive session.

E. Approve certified contract enter for the following:

Erin Black Feather, Elementary Teacher at HeDog School, $26,291.00 (prorated for late entry), effective December 5, 2018.

F. Supplemental contract offer to the following:

1. Talisa Fast Horse, Elementary Boys Basketball Coach at O’Kreek School, $2,045.00;

2. Keiton Guess, Boys Basketball C-Team Coach at TC Middle School, $2,523.00;

3. Brett Burnette, Elementary Boys Basketball Coach at Lakeview School, $2,045.00.

G. Approve support staff recommendations:

Terminations

1. Leland Two Eagle, 12 month Bus Driver/Custodian at HeDog School, due to AWOL status.

Resignations

1. Mahpiya Murray, para professional, cheerleading advisor and dance advisor at HeDog School effective January 11, 2019;

2. Sonia Eagleman, Excep Educ para professional at TC Middle School, effective immediately.

Offers

1. Monique McMullen, Food Service Manager II at TC Elementary School, 88 days + 8 hours, $12.50 per hour.

Salary Adjustment

1. Willie Thompson, 12 month Bus Driver/Custodian at Rosebud Elementary, from $34,506.00 to $34,401.00, effective January 7, 2019.

H. Approve substitutes:

1. Tom Yellow Boy: Security Guard.

2. Emil Wilson: Custodian, Maintenance and Suburban Driver.

Motion by Allen, second by Boyd and carried to set the date for the annual school board election for June 4, 2019.

Motion by Means, second by Boyd and recommended to offer a 12 month, three year, administrative contract to Carol Galbraith as Superintendent of Schools for the 2019-2020 through 2021-2022 school years, effective July 1, 2019. Salary rate of $120, 000.00 for the 2019-2020 school year. Motion carried with a vote of 4-0-1 Linda Bordeaux abstaining.

Motion by Bordeaux, second by Boyd and carried to enter into executive session for personnel under SDCL 1-25-2, at 6:30 pm. 

President reconvened the regular meeting at 6:50 pm.

Motion by Bordeaux, second by Boyd and carried to accept the resignation of Jennifer Eastman, Assistant Director of Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment-Lakota Culture, effective December 21, 2018.

Motion by Means, second by Allen and carried to allow Nicole Black Lance and Erica Black Lance to return to work, if any more 8 hours absent (no call, no show) they will be terminated.

COMING EVENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS:

School Board work session, January 17, 2019 at 5:30.

School Board work session January 24, 2019 at 4:30 p.m.

Regular board meeting – Monday, January 28, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. at Curriculum Center.

NAFIS Spring Conference – March 17-19, 2019 in Washington, DC.

NSBA Conference – March 30 – April 1, 2019 in Philadelphia, PA.

Adjournment of the meeting at 6:55 p.m.

Sandra K Dillon, President.

Chad Blotsky, Business Manager.

Published once at the total approximate cost of $148.68

Published: February 6, 2019

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