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School Board Agenda

 

ROSENDALE-BRANDON SCHOOL DISTRICT
BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING AGENDA
MONDAY, APRIL 24, 2017 - 7:00 PM
BRANDON SCHOOL - LIBRARY

I. Call to Order

II. Pledge of Allegiance

III. Roll Call:

Members
J Barbeau  R. Basler                   D. Kinyon                   
M. Kottke   C. Mulder                   D. Mulder
B. Redeker  J. Riedeman               R. Tarnow                  
 
Staff
W. Weber  L. Greff   J. Hokenson
J. Post   N. Roets  J. Thomas

Guests
Eric Bartelme  Mark Duel  Joe Schmidt, Trane
Adam Sauter, Trane Jeff De Vor, Trane

IV. Review of the agenda

V. Review election results

VI. Election of Board Officers, Committee assignments, CESA Board of Control, WASB Representative

VII. Approval of the March 20, 2017 Board of Education Meeting Minutes, April 11, 2017 Board of Education Special Meeting Minutes, and April 18, 2017 Board of Education Special Meeting Minutes

VIII. Administrative news updates

IX. Mr. Bartelme’s 3rd grade students will present their daily read-alouds.

X. Approval of vouchers

XI. Financial and Cash Summary reports

XII. Discuss scope of work to be completed as part of an energy performance contract with Trane, Inc.

XIII. Consider approval of Physics class trip to Great America on May 12

XIV. Consider 2017-2018 class sizes

XV. Review open enrollment numbers

XVI. Donations to be considered for approval:
a. Webster's Marketplace donation of $25 for snacks for Brandon’s Spartan Way rewards
b. JG Custom Cabinetry & Design donation of $50 for Brandon’s snacks & movie ticket raffle prizes
c. Power Packaging’s donation of 144 cups of juice for Brandon’s Spartan Way rewards
d. Kaytie & Bruce Storms donation of $100 to offset costs of Cirrus’ trip to Model UN conference in Milwaukee
e. Country Touch Lawn Care Donation $100 to offset costs of Cirrus’ trip to Model UN conference in Milwaukee
f. BMO Harris Bank Donation $500 to offset costs of Cirrus’ trip to Model UN conference in Milwaukee
g. Beck's Meat Processing donation of 100 Burgers for Cirrus’ fundraiser for their trip to Model UN conference in Milwaukee
h. Agnesian Healthcare donation of $6000 to offset costs of Fond du Lac Works school consortium fees
i. Wayne Kubic donation of golf balls for the Golf Team
j. Tom Halfman Memorial will be making a $1500 donation to the MAPS team
k. Eldorado Lions donation of $300 for Summer Scholarships
l. Bethel Reformed Church Christian Soldiers donation of $200 for new Laconia Band uniforms
m. Tom Halfman Memorial donation of $600 to fund bus for Physics trip to Six Flags Great America
n. Donors Choose donation of 20 privacy testing screens and a teaching easel on wheels for Ms. Deich’s room

XVII. Personnel items to be considered for approval:
a. Consider resignation of Mary Burnett, Laconia Food Service
b.  Consider resignation of Richard Propson, Groundskeeper

XVIII. 2017 Summer School update

XIX. Adjournment of open session and convene into closed session for the purpose of discussing personnel performance, reviews, wages, and staffing, Wis. Stat. 19.85(1)(c) and for the purpose of student issues, Wis. Stat. 19.85(1)(f).

XX. Reconvene into Open Session

XXI. Consider action as a result of closed session

XXII. Adjournment

 

 

 

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April 24, 2017

The Middle School track meet is in MAYVILLE tonight. NOT at Lomira.


April 24, 2017

The Middle School track meet is in MAYVILLE tonight. NOT at Lomira.


April 24, 2017

The Middle School track meet is in MAYVILLE tonight. NOT at Lomira.


April 24, 2017

The Middle School track meet is in MAYVILLE tonight. NOT at Lomira.


April 24, 2017

The Middle School track meet is in MAYVILLE tonight. NOT at Lomira.


April 24, 2017

The Middle School track meet is in MAYVILLE tonight. NOT at Lomira.


April 24, 2017

The Middle School track meet is in MAYVILLE tonight. NOT at Lomira.


April 24, 2017

The Middle School track meet is in MAYVILLE tonight. NOT at Lomira.


 

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The Rosendale-Brandon School District, in accordance with state and federal law, does not discriminate because of the person’s sex, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, ancestry, creed, disability, military or veteran status, political affiliation, pregnancy, marital or parental status, physical, mental, emotional or learning disability or hardship, or other basis prohibited under state and federal law, in its educational and employment policies and practices.  All courses, including Career and Technical Education courses are available without discrimination.