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C-I School Board agenda-May 20

Pillager Board

of Education

Meets 7 p.m. Monday

School Media Center

I. Call to order

II. Pledge of Allegiance

III. Cell Phone/Electronic Devises

IV. Consider Additions/Deletions/Acceptance of the Agenda

V. Visitors’ Comments

VI. Consider Consent Agenda

A. Minutes of the April 18 meeting

B. Monthly Cash Flow Including Investments

C. Donations: Resource Training & Solutions - $653.37; Pillager Lions Club - $500; Pillager Huskie Booster Club - $500; Wells Fargo Community Support - $437.50; Randall Building Supplies, Inc. - $15; Pillager Area Firemans Department and Relief Assoc. - $500; Special Olympics Minnesota, Inc. - $296.89; Pillager Huskie Booster Club - $987.75; Quick Construction, Inc. - $150; Pillsbury Forest Hardwoods, Inc. - $150; Eischeid Trucking, LLC - $150; Range Printing - $150; Manion Lumber and Truss, Inc. - $150; Pillager Area Firemans Department and Relief Assoc. - $500; Pillager Huskie Booster Club - $3,400; James T. Whiting and Diane G. Whiting – Art Display Panels and Haulmark Trailer valued at $22,000.

VII. Board Reports with Possible Action

A. Budget

1. Committee Report

2. Proposed 2012-2013 Budget

3. Monthly Bills

4. Other

B. Curriculum

1. Committee Report

2. Other

C. Personnel

1. Committee Report

2. Letter of Retirement

3. Leave of Absence

4. Other

D. Activities

1. Committee Report

2. Resolution for MSHSL Membership

3. Other

E. Facilities

1. Committee Report

2. Other

F. Policy

1. 1st Reading of 2012-13 Elementary Student Handbook

2. 2012-13 MS/HS Student Handbook

3. 2012-13 MS/HS Student Technology Handbook

4. 1st Reading of Health and Safety Policy - #807

5. Other

G. Other

1. Other

VIII. Special Reports

A. Secondary Principal’s Report

B. Elementary Principal’s Report

C. Superintendent’s Report

IX. Adjournment


School Board

Meets 7 p.m. Monday

Forum Room-Secondary building

1. Call to order and Pledge to the Flag.

2. Welcome to Visitors

3. Public Comments on Agenda Items

4.Board Discussion/Comments on the Following Items

a.Hearing on the Early Learning Center-Jamie Skjeveland

b.Multiple Measurement Rating (MMR) Report-Lisa Rydberg

c.Cuyuna Country State Recreation Advisory Council-Bob Sandin

d.Crow Wing County Family Service Collaborative-Kelly McCalla

e.K-12 Technology Committee-Mike Domin & Maurice Slepica

f.National Joint Powers Alliance Report -Mike Domin & Barb Neprud

g.Community Ed Advisory Council-Maurice Slepica & Bob Sandin

5.Approve Agenda (Addendum, if included)

6. Approve Minutes- April 16, 2012 Regular Board

7. Informational Items Included in Packet:

7.1. Administrative Reports

a. Activities Director

b. Community Education

c. Secondary Principal

d. Elementary Principal

7.2. Committee Reports

a. Finance

7.3. Enrollment Report

8. Consent Calendar:

8.1. Approve Bills Presented

8.2. Acceptance and Filing of Financial Reports

8.3. Accept Monetary Awards and Donations

9. Personnel Consent Items:

9.1. Renew/Approve the following Coaches/Activities Contracts Effective 2012-2013 Season:

Coaches/Activities:Yearbook - Jenny Pierce, advisor

Tennis, Brian Gaffney, Co-Varsity Coach

9.2. Accept Resignation of Karen Kruger, Paraprofessional, with thanks and appreciation for service effective May 15 and authorize filling the position if needed

9.3. Accept Resignation of Deanne Hendrickson, Paraprofessional, with thanks and appreciation for service effective May 25, and authorize filling the position if needed

9.4. Employ Brittany Tischmak, Secondary English Teacher, Effective With the 2012-2013 School


9.5. Employ Kristine Booth, ECSE Teacher, Effective With the 2012-2013 School Year

9.6. Accept Resignation of Crystal Roste, Paraprofessional, With Thanks and Appreciation for service effective April 24 and authorize filling the position if needed

9.7. Approve Five Additional Days for Lisa Rydberg for the 2011-2012 School Year and Five Additional Days for the Fall of the 2012-2012 School Year, Submission for Payment by Time


9.8. Approve the Following Contracts:

2011-13 Technology Coordinator, 2011-2015 Food Service Director

2011-13 Community Education Director, 2011-2015 Business Manager

2012-15, Activity Director

9.9. Approve 2011-2013 AFSCME Master Agreement Based on the School Board Committee’s Offer and Subject to Ratification by the AFSCME Union

9.10. Approve 2013-2015 AFSCME Master Agreement Based on the School Board Committee’s Offer and Subject to Ratification by the AFSCME Union

9.11. Accept the following Resignations With Thanks and Appreciation for Service effective at the end of the 2011-2012 season and authorize filling the positions if needed:

Kayla Minarich, 7-8 grade, Jr High Volleyball Coach

Alissa Ailts, 9th grade, Jr High Volleyball Coach

9.12. Approve the Following Overloads for the 2012-2013 School Year: Melissa Janssen, 180 Days at half hour per day; Krista Olson, 180 Days at half hour per day

9.13. Accept The Resignation of Troy Peterson,10 Month Custodian, Effective June 13, 2012

9.14 Employ Troy Peterson as a 12 Month Full Time Custodian, Effective July 1, 2012, Original Hire Date is Retained For Seniority Purposes

10. Action Items:

10.1. Adopt the Crosby-Ironton 2013-2015 Technology Plan

10.2. Adopt 2011-2012 Revised Budget

10.3. Approve 2012-2013 Family Services Agreement With NJPA

11. Public Comments

12. Regular board meeting, June 25, 7 p.m. – Forum Room-Secondary Building

13. Adjourn

Little Falls

School Board

Meets 6 p.m. Tuesday

Little Falls Community High School

Little Falls

1. Call to order.

2. Pledge of Allegiance.

3. Approval of agenda.

4. Review and select superintendent candidates to be interviewed.

5 Adjournment.

Crow Wing County Committee of the Whole

Meets 8 a.m. Tuesday

County Board Room, 3rd floor, Historic Courthouse, Brainerd

1. 8 a.m. IT Update - DeeAnne Newville

2. 8:30 a.m. County Board of Appeal & Equalization Process / Annual Update of Countywide Assessment - Gary Griffin

Special meeting of Nisswa City Council

NISSWA — The Nisswa City Council will hold a special meeting at 4 p.m. Wednesday at Nisswa City Hall to review final plans and specifications for upgrading the wastewater treatment facility and ordering advertisement for bids.

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