Kingsley-Pierson Community School
UNAPPROVED MINUTES OF A REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THE KINGSLEY-PIERSON COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
July 13, 2022
CONFERENCE ROOM – KINGSLEY
1. CALL TO ORDER
The meeting was called to order by President Bubke at 7:30 p.m.
2. ROLL CALL
Present Members: Collins, Haggin, Plendl and Herbold
Motion was brought by Herbold, seconded by Collins to approve the agenda. All voted aye, motion carried.
4. APPROVAL OF PREVIOUS MEETING MINUTES
Motion was made by Plendl, seconded by Herbold to approve the June minutes. All voted aye, motion carried.
5. SUMMARY LIST OF BILLS
Invoices discussed included MidAmerican Energy, Precision Alignment, and Sioux City Truck Sales. Motion was brought by Collins, seconded by Herbold, to approve listed bills in the amounts of $273,719.02 from the general fund, $66,629.99 from schoolhouse, $45,334.10 from lunch fund, and $21,001.58 from the Kingsley activity fund. All voted aye, motion carried.
6. FINANCIAL REPORT
June and July started the fiscal year-end reporting for the ESSER, State and Federal funding. Payroll expenses for FY22 will be finalized this month. Audit FY21 is still being processed by the auditor with regular updates. Iowa Risk Pool natural gas agreement will be updated in October if there are any credits on the gas usage. There was discussion on the increased purchased services which included tuition paid out to other districts. Motion by Colliins, seconded by Herbold to approve the financial report. All voted aye, motion carried.
It’s quiet in Pierson. The building is being updated with new paint in the bathrooms and office areas thanks to Robin and Shelby. The KP website will be given a new look. Mr. Brand will be working with BonFire Marketing to be updated by mid-August.
Exciting News – Congrats to our coaches and players for making the trip to the state baseball tournament. The 3 year Asbestos re-inspection of the building has taken place. No issues. Still have just a few places with known/possible asbestos. Work on the HVAC issues in the new area continues. We have had weekly meetings to discuss/hear progress. They have been putting in the heat exchanger in the gym. A year ago we had just started the sharing of the superintendent position. It’s been busy ever since. We had tentatively discussed having a 2:2 meeting on the 25th with RV. Staffing – Title I position and Music position are still open. RV still does not have a band or choir teacher and possible share Band and Choir with Kingsley. RV would shuttle students to Kingsley.
Family Week – Due to a rule enacted by the IGHSAU and the IHSAA, the last week in July is considered “Family” Week. July 24-July 31. There is to be no school sponsored activities taking place although the weight room is open to the community.
8. OLD BUSINESS
Return to Learn:
The Board reviewed the Return to Learn plan per federal guidelines once every six months. No changes were made. Mr. Bubke opened discussion for public comment. There was no public comment and discussion was closed. Motion by Herbold, second by Collins to approve the return to learn plan. All voted aye, motion carried.
Administrative Salaries, Business Manager/Board Secretary Salary – Exempt Session:
President Bubke announced the meeting was going into an Exempt session. Iowa law allows going into an exempt session to discuss strategy in matters relating to employment conditions of employees of the governmental body who are not covered by collective bargaining agreement.
Set Administrative Salaries and Business Manager/Board Secretary Salary:
President Bubke announced the meeting was out of Exempt session. Motion by Collins, seconded by Herbold to approve the Principals salaries at 3.5% + $250 for Mr. Wiese and Mr. Brand and the Business Manager/Board Secretary salary at 3.5% +$500 for Mrs. Schweitzberger. All voted aye, motion carried.
9. NEW BUSINESS
Dr. Kempers and Mrs. Spooner discussed reading curriculum for K-8 and presented curriculum quotes. Motion by Collins, seconded by Plendl to approve Into Reading K-5 curriculum for $77,162.88 and Into Literature for grades 6-8 curriculum for $12,544.00 totaling $89,706.88. All voted aye, motion carried.
Motion by Collins, seconded by Herbold to approve Erica Bates and Jade Peterson for Head Softball and Asst. Softball. All voted aye, motion carried.
Level I Appointments:
Motion by Herbold, seconded by Collins to approve Rob Wiese, Adam Brand, and Jordyn Kooima as level I investigators. All voted aye, motion carried.
Motion by Collins, seconded by Herbold to approve Johnson Propane at $1.60 p/gal for the 2022-2023 school year. All voted aye, motion carried.
Motion by Collins, seconded by Herbold to approve $135 p/day for sub pay. All voted aye, motion carried.
Playground equipment has arrived and Mr. Wiese will be scheduling a community build day. Brian Archer will paint the upper mezzanines to match the new addition. There continues to be HVAC issues with the new addition. Mr. Bailey is working with L&L Builders and the architect to get resolved. Six volleyball poles were set crooked and needed to be re-drilled due to not meeting the standards in the new addition. Mr. Bailey discussed updating the front of the Baseball bleachers. Softball concession stand will update with serving tables from the kitchen. The softball batting cage will be updated based on discussion changes. The shop will be updated with new paint before school starts and there was discussion on an overhead door.
Designate banks and official depositories for 2022-2023:
Motion by Herbold, seconded by Collins to approve Midstates Bank $9,000,000, United Bank of Iowa $500,000 and ISJIT $1,000,000 as the designated banks and official depositories, with the amounts listed, for the 2022-23 school year. All voted aye, motion carried.
Appoint school attorney for 2022-2023:
Motion by Collins, seconded by Plendl to appoint Kristy Latta with the Ahlers Law Firm as school attorney for the 2022-2023 school year. All voted aye, motion carried.
Motion by Collins, seconded by Plendl to approve the Cheer fundraiser. All voted aye, motion carried.
Motion by Collins, seconded by Plendl to adjourn at 9:51p.m. All voted aye, motion carried.
Laurie Schweitzberger, Board Secretary
Matt Bubke, Board President
JULY 2022 NEWSPAPER REPORT
ATC Group Services LLC Services 805.00
Beelner’s Service Inc. Plumbing/Heating Repairs 365.14
BMI Educational Services Inc. Instr Supplies 154.23
Bonfire Marketing & Web Co. Web Design 4,355.00
Bottjen Implement Supplies 33.78
BP Business Solutions Credit Card Payment 143.86
Card Service Center Credit Card Payment 3,623.46
Castle, Julia Reimbursement 17.75
Champion Teamwear Supplies 1,249.68
Christensen, Delbert Official 125.00
City Of Kingsley Water/Sewer 941.64
City Of Pierson Water/Sewer 64.00
Clark’s Hardware LLC Misc. Supplies 348.09
Cowley, Jason Official 125.00
Culligan Of Pierson Softener Salt 52.50
Denherder, Lucas Official 125.00
Dunwell LLC Services 1,520.00
Ebert, Steve Official 125.00
EDA Inc. Engineering Service 341.25
Feld Fire Or Feld Security Alarm System 99.00
First Cooperative Association Fuel, Supplies 684.26
Fleet US LLC Supplies 576.00
Frontier Communications Telephone Service 806.95
Game Time C/O Cunningham Recreation Playground equipment 58,173.82
Goodwin, Nicole Reimburse 38.52
Gordon Flesch Company, Inc. Copier Service, Supplies 633.84
Goulette, Delray & Charlotte Lunch Refund 46.85
H & H Roofing Roofing Services 365.00
Hackett, Kristine Reimburse 27.75
Hagan Paint & Body Vehicle Repairs/Service 155.00
Hamman, Jenny Reimburse 49.50
Hauff Mid-America Sports Inc. Supplies 605.75
Hauptman, Dawson Official 125.00
Hilbrands, Trent Official 125.00
Hillyard/Sioux Falls Janitorial Supplies 1,829.27
Home Depot Pro Supplies 521.28
Hometown Pantry Supplies 8.58
IA Dept. Human Services Medicaid Reimbursement 1,991.44
Iowa Girls Coaches Association Membership Dues 75.00
Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union Tournament Admissions 90.00
Iowa Association Of School Boards Registrations 2,690.00
Iowa Communications Network Services 35.55
Iowa Information Publishers And Printers Subscription 180.00
Iowa Local Government Risk Pool Commission Insurance..16,650.06
Iowa Reading Association Services 855.00
Iowa Restaurant Design Equipment Kitchen Equipment 43,519.00
Iowa School Finance Information Subscription 769.50
Iowa Testing Programs Testing Materials 1,174.75
Irwin, Rodney & Denise Lunch Refund 64.40
Jim Harvey Agency Inc. Insurance Premiums 123,478.57
JMC Computer Service Computer Supplies/Service 8,031.15
Jostens, Inc. Supplies 47.00
Justice Fire & Safety Inc. Fire Inspection 381.50
KMK Apparel & Design LLC Printing Supplies 719.00
Lammers Automotive Vehicle Repairs 140.40
Let’s Shred It Services 45.00
Matheson Tri-Gas Inc. Instr. Supplies 188.15
Maxwell, Reed & Maggie Lunch Refund 18.75
Menards-Sioux City Supplies 327.92
Meyer, Teagan Official 125.00
Mid American Energy Company Gas/Elec Service 19,766.16
Mid-Step Services Service.. 1,800.00
Midstates Bank/Jody Reinking Gate Money 900.00
Moville Record Minutes/Bills 245.01
NASSP Dues/Fees 385.00
New Cooperative Inc. Fuel, Maintenance Supply 91.25
Northwest AEA Instr. Supplies 4,634.88
Otto, Justin Official 125.00
Paper Corporation, The Paper 7,766.61
Peschau, Robin Reimburse 90.77
Precision Alignment & Repair Inc. Services 2,986.98
Proathlete, Inc Supplies 449.95
Raynor, Mike Official 125.00
Remi Insurance 47,163.98
Rentokil North America, Inc. Pest Control 129.93
Rhode, Steve Official 125.00
Rolling Oil Co. Gasoline-Oil/Service 3,962.67
Ruhland, Nancy Reimburse 113.30
Sanitary Services Garbage Service 703.00
Schilling, Matt Official 125.00
Schmid, Lee & Denise Lunch Refund 99.60
School Administrators Of Iowa Dues/Fees 2,731.00
School Specialty LLC Instr. Supplies 371.75
Schroeder, Colin Official 125.00
Schroeder, Mark Reimburse 39.36
Secure Benefits Systems Flex Plan Fees 3,239.91
Sherwin Williams Supplies 1,051.27
Sioux City Truck Sales Inc. Bus Repairs 8,567.91
Sitzmann, Valerie Reimburse 90.01
Smith, Terri Reimbursement 1.75
Special Markets Insurance Consultants Insurance 888.20
St. Joseph Parish – Vosburg Fund Baseball Tournament 115.00
Staples Advantage Supplies 165.98
Thomas Bus Sales Of Iowa Inc. School Bus 52.59
Thompson Services 525.00
Tiefenthaler Quality Meats Supplies 195.78
Timberline Billing Service LLC Medicaid Services 257.96
Time Clock Plus Time Clock Software 1,796.08
Verizon Wireless Service 200.05
Wegner, Sam Official 250.00
Wessling, Doug Official 125.00
Western Iowa Tech Comm College Dues/Fees 330.00
Western Valley Conference conference Gate Receipts 5,530.00
Westwood High School Fees 75.00
Wexbank Vehicle Gas Expense 63.25
Wiatel Services 664.81
Wurth, Melissa Reimbursement 6,459.05
Published in The Record
Thursday, July 21, 2022