School Board Agenda


MONDAY, MAY 15, 2017 - 7:00 PM

I. Call to Order

II.  Pledge of Allegiance

III.  Roll Call:
J Barbeau         R. Basler                  D. Kinyon                   
M. Kottke                  C. Mulder                   D. Mulder                
B. Redeker       J. Riedeman               R. Tarnow              
W. Weber                L. Greff                      J. Hokenson
J. Post                       N. Roets                    J. Thomas
C. Bailey              A. Bechler          M. Deich
A. Holdridge         J. Moore           M. Nolan
IV. Review of the agenda

V. Approval of the March 20, 2017 Board of Education Closed Session Minutes and the April 24, 2017 Board of Education Meeting Minutes

VI. Administrative news updates

VII. Approval of vouchers

VIII. Second Grade Presidential Wax Museum Presentation with Amanda Bechler, Morgan Deich, Jeanne Moore and Cindy Bailey

IX. Germany Trip Presentation with Anita Holdridge and Morgan Nolan

X. Financial and Cash Summary reports

XI. Consider Final scope of work to be completed under an energy performance contract with Trane, Inc.

XII. Consider a Resolution Authorizing the Borrowing of Not to Exceed $6,740,000; and Providing for the Issuance of General Obligation Promissory Notes Therefore

XIII. Review 2017-2018 class sizes

XIV. Review open enrollment numbers

XV.  Donations to be considered for approval:
a. Wisconsin Farm Bureau - Ag in the Classroom Grant of $250
b. Power Packaging donation of 400 Juice Cups for Day on the Farm
c. Knaus Cheese donation of 400 String Cheese and Sausage Sticks for Day on the Farm
d. Beck’s Meats donation of a refrigerator trailer for use at Day on the Farm
e. Beck’s Meats donation of 40 burgers and 40 brats for Day on the Farm
f. Ballweg Implement’s donation of 500 Pencils for Day on the Farm
g. Bluemke’s donation of 12 tables, 24 chairs, and garbage boxes for use at Day on the Farm
h. Brian & Michelle Westphal donated the use of their farm, Cowntless Blessings, for Day on the Farm
i. Jennifer Schmitz’s donation of $30 for Spring Clean Up
j. David and Kathleen Stetter’s donation of $50 for Spring Clean Up
k. Rose-Eld Softball League’s donation of $150 for diamond chalk
l. Carol Riedner’s donation of $1000 for Rosendale Primary’s Fund 21
m. Shaun Hiemstra donation of three copies (one for Brandon, Primary and Intermediate schools) of The Comfort Bird
n. Molly Boss’s donation of 2 Snap Circuit Extreme Training Sets for Brandon STEM
o. Molly Boss’s donation of 3 Snap Circuit A/C Adaptors for Brandon SpaceMaker
p. Molly Boss’s donation of Standard Snap Micro Kits for for Brandon SpaceMaker
q. Molly Boss’s donation of Snap Circuit Training Program for for Brandon SpaceMaker

XVI.  Personnel items to be considered for approval:
a. Consider resignation of Cody Zimmermann, Fresh/Soph Asst Football Coach
b. Consider resignation of Pam Mumm, Laconia Forensics Coach
c. Consider resignation of Kelly Gruszynske, Brandon World Language/Language Arts Teacher
d. Consider employment of Billie Burmeister, Night-time Custodian
e. Consider employment of an Elementary Literacy Support Teacher (Replacement at RP/RI)
XVII. Buildings and Grounds Committee Report
a. Consider Buildings and Grounds 2017-2018 list of improvements

XVIII. Finance Committee Report

XIX. Curriculum Committee Report
a. Consider 9-12 English curriculum
b. Consider K-5 Music curriculum
c. Consider Agriculture curriculum

XX. Consider 2015-2016 KerberRose Audit Report

XXI. Discuss Associated Financial Insurance Recommendations

XXII. 2017 Summer School update

XXIII. 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 discussing student issues, Wis. Stat. 19.85(1)(c)(f)

XXIV. Reconvene into Open Session
XXV. Consider action as a result of closed session

XXVI. Consider board members accessing documents digitally during meetings

XXVII. Adjournment





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