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Lawton-Bronson School Board Minutes/Bills — April 11, 2022

Lawton-Bronson Community School
2022-2023 District Budget Hearing/Regular Board Meeting
Library – 100 Tara Way, Lawton, Iowa
Monday, April 11, 2022
7:00 p.m.

The Lawton-Bronson Community Schools District will prepare all students to contribute productively to the global world of work and community.

A. Call to Order
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m.

B. Pledge of Allegiance

C. Roll Call
Mesz, Garnand, Scott and Reinke present. Sappingfield absent.

D. Welcome Visitors and Guests

E. Public Forum

F. Approval of Agenda – Additions or deletions may be requested by Board members, visitors, or Administrators. An agenda which has been posted more than twenty-four hours prior to a scheduled meeting may be amended to include additional matters only if good cause exists requiring expeditious discussions or action on such matters.
Reinke moved to approve the agenda. Mesz seconded. All in favor.
Code of Iowa, Chapter 21 – Open Meetings Law

G. Budget Hearing

H. Approve 2022-2023 Certified Budget
Mesz moved to approve 2022-2023 certified budget. Garnand seconded. All in favor.

I. Communications
1. Board member update

J. Reports
1. Superintendent/Elementary Principal’s Report
No positive COVID cases in either building for the second month in a row
Elementary had 99% attendance at parent teacher conferences
IASAP tests are scheduled for the week of April 25
3rd grade went to the circus last week
The baseball field project is moving along nicely. Costs have come back higher than expected but can be offset by delaying replacing grass on the field
The 5-year maintenance and facilities plan has been updated and will be brought to the buildings and grounds committee soon

2. Secondary Principal’s Report
Congratulations to Ridge Kunkel for getting a gold rating at districts and advancing to State in Ag Sales
We will be conducting the state annual Conditions for Learning Survey. This is a survey the state requires all public schools to administer gauging the different aspects of their school day
Upcoming events include the Foundation basket auction, fine arts night, class night, and graduation

3. Monthly financial reports
Anderson presented monthly financial report

4. Board Bill Auditor Report
Reinke asked question about the greenhouse

K. Consent Agenda
1. Approve minutes of previous meeting
2. Approve bills payable
3. Approve budget summaries
Mesz moved to approve consent agenda. Garnand seconded. All in favor.

L. Personnel
1. Approve resignation of Wrestling Cheerleading Coach
Reinke moved to approve resignation of Randi Koehler. Mesz seconded. Reinke, Mesz and Garnand yay. Scott nay.

2. Approve contract for Jr,/Sr. High Activities Director
Mesz moved to approve Jamey Lloyd. Reinke seconded. All in favor.

3. Approve contract for Show Choir Sponsor
Reinke moved to approve Emily Klaumann. Garnand seconded. All in favor.

4. Approve contract for High School Instrumental Music Sponsor
Mesz moved to approve Mike Meyer. Reinke seconded. All in favor.

5. Approve contract for Drama/Musical Sponsor
Reinke moved to approve Emily Klaumann. Garnand seconded. All in favor.

6. Approve contract for National Honor Society Sponsor
Reinke moved to approve Mike Meyer. Mesz seconded. All in favor.

7. Approve contract for Student Council Sponsor
Mesz moved to approve Jeff Firsching. Garnand seconded. All in favor.

8. Approve contract for Head Senior Class Sponsor
Reinke moved to approve Ashley Widman and Dan Grau. Garnand seconded. All in favor.

9. Approve contract for Elementary Music Sponsor
Mesz moved to approve Chuck Prior. Garnand seconded. All in favor.

10. Approve contract for Elementary Yearbook Sponsor
Reinke moved to approve Brenda Mitchell. Mesz seconded. All in favor.

11. Approve contract for High School Principal
Mesz moved to approve Brandi Jessen. Garnand seconded. All in favor.

12. Approve contract for Superintendent/Elementary Principal
Garnand moved to approve Chad Shook. Reinke seconded. All in favor.

M. New Business
1. Approve advanced debt levy
Reinke moved to approve advanced debt levy. Mesz seconded. All in favor.

2. Approve budget guarantee for 2022-2023 school year
Reinke moved to approve budget guarantee. Mesz seconded. All in favor.

3. First reading to amend board policy regarding the 600 series: Education Program

4. Approve the Band/Choir Trip
Reinke moved to approve band/choir trip to Minneapolis. Mesz seconded. All in favor.

5. Approve Quiz Bowl Trip
Reinke moved to approve quiz trip to Chicago. Garnand seconded. All in favor.

6. Approve SBRC request for spending authority for retention payments
Reinke moved to approve SBRC request for spending authority of $27,500 and exhibits. Garnand seconded. All in favor.

7. Approve renewal of Equipment Breakdown Insurance
Mesz moved to approve Equipment Breakdown insurance policy. Garnand seconded. All in favor.

8. Approve Title IX policy
Garnand moved to approve Title IX policy. Reinke seconded. All in favor.

9. Approve Board President’s signature stamp designee
Mesz moved to approve Tonia Healy for board president’s signature stamp designee. Garnand seconded. All in favor.
Reinke moved to adjourn. Garnand seconded. All in favor.

N. Adjourn
Meeting adjourned at 8:15 p.m.

Rick Scott, Board President
Ryan Anderson, Board Secretary

BOARD REPORT — April 2022
OPERATING FUND
ADVANCE PROFESSIONAL spark plugs for bus 17 79.92
AHLERS LAW FIRM PROFESSIONAL SERVICES RENDERED 907.00
AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES Reading Books 721.61
ANDERSON, RYAN MEDICAL REIMBURSEMENT 187.00
BURKE ENGR SALES CO electronic door lock 831.55
BUSCH, AUSTIN MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT 351.00
CASH/TONIA HEALY, LAWTON-BRONSON LIFE SKILLS LUNCH MONEY 30.00
CENTRAL VALLEY AG PROPANE/DIESEL/GAS 8,071.60
CITY OF BRONSON WATER/SEWER 378.59
CITY OF LAWTON WATER/SEWER 563.57
COMSTOCK, MARIE MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT 72.66
DFA DAIRY BRANDS CORPORATE, LLC MILK BRONSON/PRESCHOOL 59.19
FELD FIRE SECURITY MONITORING 99.00
HAKA LLC FUEL 1,508.13
HEALY WELDING metal plates 168.00
HINTON COMMUNITY SCHOOL OPEN ENROLLMENT..48,368.68
HOGLUND BUS CO., INC. bus parts 262.03
I-STATE TRUCK CENTER brake shoes, drums for bus 20 512.20
IOWA ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL BOARDS 2022-23 MEMBERSHIP DUES 2,688.00
IOWA DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES MEDICAID PAYMENT 3,632.23
IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY GO FURTHER CONFERENCE.187.50
JESSEN, BRANDI CELL PHONE REIMBURSEMENT 50.00
JOSTEN’S, INC. DIPLOMAS, COVERS, AND CORDS FOR GRADUATION 1,461.38
LEUER’S LAMINATION 6 ROLLS OF LAMINATING FILM 270.00
MATHESON TRI-GAS dba LINWELD ITECH SUPPLIES 106.58
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY UTILITIES 10,139.12
MILLER, MERCEDEES MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT 205.34
MYERS, JILL MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT 152.10
NEAL, DANA CELL PHONE REIMBURSEMENT 50.00
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES SECURITY MONITORING..96.84
PETERS, KRISTIN TITLE I SUPPLIES 58.75
PLUMBING AND HEATING WHOLESALE shop filters 53.02
PRESTO-X-COMPANY PEST CONTROL 108.00
QUILL CORPORATION FOLDERS FOR PRE-SCHOOL ROUNDUP 17.67
RICE, CARRIE MEDICAL REIMBURSEMENT 250.00
RODER, PAULA MEDICAL REIMBURSEMENT 182.00
SBA TOWERS IX, LLC TOWER SITE RENTAL 211.07
SCHOLASTIC CLASSROOM BOOKS 26.50
SCHOOL BUS SALES STOP ARM 9.61
SHANE’S GLASS AND MORE SERVICE CALL REPAIR 80.00
SHEETS, JACOB CELL PHONE & MILEAGE REIMBURSE 100.90
SHOOK, CHAD CELL PHONE & MILEAGE REIMBURSE 260.92
SIOUX CITY COMMUNITY SCHOOLS ONE ROOM SCHOOL HOUSE 100.00
THOMPSON INNOVATION work on front door 220.00
US BANK POSTAGE 13,602.05 Ping pong trophies, LESSON PLANS, Glassware and chemicals, cleaning supply, PIPE CLAMP & COUPLER GYM Education.com subscription, ITEC Conference, SPEECH HOTEL, MEALS, GAS, AND AWARDS, Material FFA Chapter, canning, animal displ, SBO MEMBERSHIP FEES AND CONFERENCE, PAINT SUPPLIES, AIR FILTERS & OTHER SUPPLIES, DUGOUT/CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES,SCRUB BRUSH, lunch for athletes UNI meet Subway & PIZZA, BUS PARTS AND SUPPLIES AND TOWELS, ITECH SUPPLIES, Honor Choir Music, TECHNOLOGY SUPPLIES AND ITECH CONFERENCE, AMER. HEART ASSOC. FUNDRASING SOCIAL, renew education.com, Track Concessions & Student Workbooks
VERIZON HOT SPOTS FOR DISTANCE LEARNING 240.06
WESTERN IOWA TECH COMM COLLEGE O’TOOL DRIVER TRAINING 300.00
WASTE MANAGEMENT OF SIOUX CITY TRASH DISPOSAL..925.59
WESTERN IOWA TELEPHONE PHONE/INTERNET 512.63
Fund Total: 99,469.59

SCHOOL NUTRITION FUND
DFA DAIRY BRANDS CORPORATE, LLC MILK 3,729.83
LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA PIZZA/CRAZY BREAD 1,856.80
MARTIN BROS. FOOD 13,002.96
US BANK Ala carte food 655.69
Fund Total: 19,245.28

STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND
AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES Spring Play Props 198.94
CHESTERMAN COMPANY POP MACHINE/CONCESSIONS 1,185.62
DECKER SPORTS Softball Game Balls 187.00
DENISON COMMUNITY SCHOOL track meet entry fee 200.00
DON’S PRO SHOP HS MEDALS, TROPHIES, AWARDS 1,131.00
HAUFF MID AMERICA SPORTS GIRLS basketball uniforms 5,552.76
HAUFF MID-AMERICA SPORTS New High Jump Bar 117.00
J.W. PEPPER & SON INC. Sheet music for band 203.98
KINGSLEY-PIERSON SCHOOL track meet entry fee 180.00
MAPLE VALLEY-ANTHON OTO COMMUNITY SCHOOL track meet entry fee 200.00
MID-BELL MUSIC INC. Floor tom leg 43.11
NATIONAL ACADEMIC QUIZ TOURNAMENTS, LLC question set for our tournament 343.00
NATIONAL FFA ORGANIZATION FFA Jackets and skirts 388.00
OA/BCIG COMMUNITY SCHOOL track meet entry fee 200.00
PASH, DALE HS TRACK STARTER 200.00
SIOUX CENTER MUSIC BOOSTERS 5-7 HONOR CHOIR MEALS 22.50
SIOUX CITY RELAYS track meet entry fee 150.00
US BANK food for banquet ..6,816.99 Baseball Equipment, SPEECH HOTEL, MEALS, GAS, AND AWARDS, Material FFA Chapter, canning, animal displ, New Batting cage net for Weight Room, Awards for band, 32 NECKTIES, lunch for athletes UNI meet Subway & PIZZA, Coaching website, mouse traps for concessions, Year end awards from KMK apparel, Track Concessions & Student Workbooks, Pizza for QB Tourney
WALL OF FAME, GRAFFIX INC. Jersey and Hat Order 1,148.00
WALSWORTH PUBLISHING COMPANY elementary yearbook second deposit 540.00
Fund Total: 19,007.90

DEBT SERVICES FUND
DE LAGE LANDEN PUBLIC FINANCE LLC BUS LEASE 20,926.71
KUBOTA LEASING SKID LOADER LEASE 661.73
Fund Total: 21,588.44

ONE CENT SALES TAX REVENUE
BURNIGHT GLASS HIGH SCHOOL OFFICE FRONT DOORS..105.00
FELD FIRE FIRE ALARM INSPECTION 5,145.00
KNOEPFLER CHEVROLET repairs 1,832.09
MEIER’S TOWING tow bus 17 to Omaha to be repaired 825.00
MTC MECHANICAL, INC. boiler service 2,463.00
PETERBILT OF SIOUX CITY bus 22 repairs 639.29
SHANE’S GLASS AND MORE door parts 705.00
STATELINE-ELECTRIC fix lights in gym. bad fixtures 1,395.54
US BANK AIR FILTERS AND OTHER SUPPLIES, DUGOUT/CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, SCRUB BRUSH 10,666.55
Fund Total: 23,776.47

Published in The Record
Thursday, May 19, 2022

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