Spearfish School District District 40-2
Spearfish, SD  
July 11, 2005

School Board Minutes
Unapproved
July 11, 2005


A REGULAR MEETING OF THE SCHOOL BOARD OF SPEARFISH SCHOOL DISTRICT 40-2, LAWRENCE COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA, WAS HELD AT THE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE BUILDING ON THE 11TH DAY OF JULY, 2005. THE FOLLOWING MEMBERS WERE PRESENT: President Aaker, Royer, Steen, Aslesen and Sleep. Administration present were: Peters, Crosswait, Soriano and Clark. Also present were: Heather Ziegenbein, Jan Kaus, Dan Holben, Gregg Dittman, Kris Hayes, and Walt Cook.

All motions were passed by unanimous vote unless stated otherwise.

President Aaker called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Aaker led everyone in the Pledge of Allegiance.

Motion was made by Aslesen, seconded by Royer and carried to approve the agenda with the addendums.

Motion was made by Steen, seconded by Royer and carried to end the exclusive contract with Pepsi.

Motion was made by Royer, seconded by Steen and carried to approve the names for the School Community Improvement Council.

Motion was made by Sleep, seconded by Aslesen and carried to appoint Randall Royer as voting delegate for ASBSD.

Motion was made by Aslesen, seconded by Sleep and carried to approve the 2005-06 BHSU facilities agreement.

Motion was made by Steen, seconded by Royer and carried to adopt the proposed contract settlement with SCEA.

Motion was made by Royer, seconded by Steen and carried to approve the administrator and supervisor compensation for 2005-06. The one-time payment of $1,500 for each person will not become part of their permanent compensation. The one exception being Paul Soriano who because of his expanded duties will receive about $1,350 in additional one time compensation.

Motion was made by Royer, seconded by Steen and carried to approve the following consent agenda.
A. Personnel ( all hires contingent on successful completion of background check)
1. Approved agreement with Barb Graslie for 2005-06 school nurse services, $23.07/hr., total hours to be determine.
2. Approved agreement with Lisa Pummel for the 2005-06 school year, physical therapy services. (Same as last year - $43/hr. not to exceed $32,000 for the school year)
3. Approved contract changes and teaching contracts for:
a. Shannon Alcorn, from .5 FTE to 1 FTE SPED.
b. Laura West, from 1 FTE to .5 FTE kindergarten teacher.
c. Billie Jo Bakeberg, 4th grade, 1 FTE BS-1, 18 grad, $27,082.50.
d. Camille Binder, 2nd grade, 1 FTE, BS-4, 19 undergrad, 9 grad, $29,492.50.
e. Jared Jankord 4th grade, 1 FTE, BS-2, $26,375.
f. Kris Hayes, West Elementary Reading, .5 FTE, BS-11, 21 grad, $17,095.
g. Ann Rinas, 5th grade, 1 FTE, BA-5, 3 grad, VB-4, TR-4, $31,997.50
h. Marcia Price, HS Guidance Counselor, 1 FTE, MA-10, 50 grad, $40,738.90.
i. Paul Swenson, MS Instrumental, 1 FTE, MA-10, 5 undergrad, 47 grad hours, $36,707.50.
j. Courtney Berry Head Volleyball VB-10 $4125
k. Nick Gottlob Asst. Varsity Football FT-7 $2850
l. Sarah Nesseth 9th Volleyball VB-6 $2400
m. Tim Bishop Asst. Varisty Track TR-7 $2850
4. Approved to extend leave of absence for Mary Cooper, Sue McGrath, and Sandy Klarenbeek for the 2005-06 school year.
5. Budget adjustment for federal dollars.

Superintendent, Dave Peters, updated the Board on the West addition plans.

Superintendent, Dave Peters, discussed the federal funding issue and how it relates to class size and recent hires.

Superintendent, Dave Peters, also informed the board on the latest tennis court construction request. Walt Cook was on hand to inform the Board of the latest request and the tennis court expansion plans.

Motion was made by Royer, seconded by Steen and carried to approve the June 13thth minutes.

Motion was made by Steen, seconded by Royer and carried to approve the bills and financial statement.

Don Aaker, President _____________________________________________

Craig Crosswait, Business Manager ___________________________________

 

2005 Spearfish School District
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