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USD 364 Board of Education Minutes 10-10-2012

  • Accepted the following donations:
    • Received $200.00 to KSCFL fromChadand Sue Rhodes.
    • Received $50.00 to KSCFL from the Advocate.
    • Received $7,950.00 in donations to the Bulldog Club.
    • Received $7,375.00 in donations to the Athletic/Activity Account.
    • Received $292.00 from Tom Knott for football field paint.
    • Received $300 for the secondary library from an anonymous donor.
    • 2011-12 Donations Received:
      • Received $400 from Landoll Corporation on10/20/11.
      • Received $215 from Kiwanis donation forCampInventionon5/3/12.
      • Received $250 for KSCFL on5/14/12.
      • Received $137.00 for Art Show donations on5/25/12.
  • Following a hearing, authorized expenditures for accepting the Title VI Funds.
  • Reviewed a budget report showing the current budget spent compared to budget spent for the last two years.
  • Reviewed the unaudited enrollment forSeptember 20, 2012.  Figures show the headcount up 22 and the FTE up 24.2 from last year’s official enrollment.
  • Approved the 2011-12 audit report presented by Ken Kickhaefer of Kickhaefer & Associates, P.A.
  • Received the 2011-12 Annual Report relating to district activities of the past school year, and Budget Message which outlines some of the major objectives for the 2012-13 year as well as the budget to carry out the school operation for this year.
  • Approved the purchase of the residential property north of the Ag Building from Sonny Mick in the amount of $75,000.
  • Updated the facility rental policy increasing the custodial and food service time from $20 per hour to $22 per hour.
  • Approved the Preventative Maintenance Agreement with Thermal Comfort Air in the amount of $7,400.  (Among other items, this agreement includes mainly boiler equipment, heat pumps, and chillers.)
  • Building and Grounds Report:
    • Fiber Optic Cable is being installed by Blue Valley Tele-Communications.  The switch from AT&T will take place in June or July.
    • TheGardenofLearningproject is nearing completion at MES.  The benches are in place and waiting on the brick.
  • Appointed Kevin Samuelson as delegate and all other board members as alternates

to the KASB delegate assembly at the annual convention November 30,

December 1 and 2 inTopeka.

  • Accepted the resignation/retirement of Gerry Schwarz, secondary paraprofessional.

Appointed Jessica Tryon as secondary paraprofessional.

  • Appointed Rita Throm as elementary paraprofessional.
  • Granted a leave of absence to Valerie Oltman until second semester.
  • General Discussion:
    • Academic Awards Night will beOctober 22, 2012at7:00 p.m.in the High School Auditorium.
      • Approved the following extra duty assignments:
    • Melissa Friedrichs – Assistant Volleyball
    • Elizabeth Peugh – JH Assistant Volleyball
    • Trent Giffin – JH Assistant Boys Basketball
    • John Rueger – 9ith Grade Basketball
    • Ross Wright – JH Head Girls Basketball
    • Bryan Kracht – JH Assistant Girls Basketball
    • David Heyd – Head Baseball
    • Derek Pretre – Assistant Baseball
    • Greg Stohs – Assistant Baseball
    • Julio Franco – Head Golf
    • Jayson Tynon – Assistant Golf
    • Trent Giffin – Head Softball
    • Barb Dummermuth – Assistant Softball
    • Mary Kessinger-Wassom – Head Boys Tennis
    • Donnie Stuart – Assistant Boys Tennis
    • Amy Renyer – Head Boys & Girls Track
    • J.I. Hornung – Assistant Track
    • Robert Peschel – Assistant Track
    • John Rueger -Assistant Track
    • Don Butler – Assistant Track
    • Tina Price – JH Head Girls Track

 

About Kevin Rippe

Kevin Rippe was born in Marysville and moved to Smith Center at the age of 1, then graduated from Smith Center High School in 1995. He graduated from Cloud County Community College in 1997, and joined the staff of KKAN/KQMA radio in Phillipsburg a year later. Since June of 2011 Kevin has been with us here at Your Country KNDY. You can hear Kevin on daily news reports, as well as calling area high school football and basketball. Kevin lives in Marysville with his wife Melissa, and 4 children Brennen, Jacob, Bailee, and Joshua.