Spearfish School District District 40-2
Spearfish, SD  

School Board Minutes
May 31, 2012

A SPECIAL  MEETING OF THE SCHOOL BOARD OF SPEARFISH SCHOOL DISTRICT 40-2, LAWRENCE COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA, WAS HELD AT THE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE BUILDING ON THE 31ST DAY OF MAY 2012.  THE FOLLOWING MEMBERS WERE PRESENT:  President Randall Royer, Vice President Jeff Sleep, Dan Krogstad, and Mistie Caldwell.  School administrators present were:  Peters, Crosswait, Morford, and Seyer.   

All motions were passed by unanimous vote unless stated otherwise.

President Royer called the meeting to order at 5:00 p.m.

President Royer led everyone in the Pledge of Allegiance.

A teacher requested the School Board consider waiving the deadline date (March 1 of the year of retirement) included in policy 4450 Voluntary Separation Incentive.

Motion was made by Sleep to deny the request, seconded by Caldwell but to continue the discussion.  The discussion concluded and the request was denied.  Aye:  Royer, Sleep, Caldwell  Nay:  Krogstad

Motion was made by Sleep seconded by Krogstad and carried to appoint Lester Nies as hearing officer.

Motion was made by Sleep seconded by Caldwell and carried to move into executive session to discuss the expulsion, suspension, discipline, assignment of or the educational program of a student.  5:30 p.m.

The Board came out of executive session, the special meeting resumed.  6:20 p.m.

Motion was made by Caldwell seconded by Krogstad and carried to suspend student number one for one year in violation of the federal gun free schools act and board policy 5115-4250.

Motion was made by Sleep seconded by Krogstad and carried to adjourn the meeting.  6:25 p.m.

Randall Royer, President                    ___________________________________

Craig Crosswait, Business Manager   ___________________________________


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