BOYER VALLEY COMMUNITY SCHOOLS BOARD OF DIRECTORS - REGULAR MEETING – SEPTEMBER 13, 2021 6:00 P.M. – BOYER VALLEY SOUTH CALL TO ORDER: Vice President Steve Puck called the regular meeting of the …

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BOYER VALLEY COMMUNITY SCHOOLS BOARD OF DIRECTORS - REGULAR MEETING – SEPTEMBER 13, 2021 6:00 P.M. – BOYER VALLEY SOUTH CALL TO ORDER: Vice President Steve Puck called the regular meeting of the Boyer Valley Board of Education to order at 6:04 p.m. Members answering roll call were Ken Dunham, Steve Puck, JoEtt Cogdill, Craig Malone and Candace Ueding. Director Heistand was absent. Administrators present: Supt. Kurt Brosamle, Principal Mike Weber and Secretary Terra Sell. Visitors present: List on file at the Business Office. Secretary Sell read the mission statement. APPROVAL AGENDA/MINUTES: A motion by Dunham, second by Cogdill to approve the agenda as published with the addition of discussion item: Fundraising and approve the minutes from previous board meetings. Motion carried 5-0. PRINCIPALS’ REPORT: Mr. Weber reported on the following: It has been a great start to the school year, thank you to staff for the smooth transition. There was a fire call at the elementary building; the motor on the wall fan in the gym overheated causing smoke. The fire department removed the fan motor. PLC leaders will lead reviews of reading series samples to order new material for the 2022-23 school year. Mr. Weber testified at trial for a truancy case and FAST fall testing has opened. They will be taking part in “Rachel’s Challenge” which is an organization that works to reduce violence and focus on kindness. SUPERINTENDENTS’ REPORT: Mr. Brosamle reported it has been a great start to the school year. Middle school started FAST testing and NWEA tests begin next week for 9-11th grade, midterms are this Friday. Weight room flooring is expected to come in mid to late October and HVAC materials are waiting on the manufacturer. The middle/high school will also be participating in Rachel’s Challenge which is tentatively scheduled to take place November 4th and they’re considering doing a community session that night. DISCUSSION: Revenue Purpose Statement: Mr. Brosamle reported this is nothing new; all this does is allow the school to continue to use the 1-cent sales tax money. This will go on the November ballot to be approved by voters should the board pass the resolution. Instruction Support Levy: Mr. Brosamle reported that this too is not new and has been done for many years. COVID Policy: Mr. Brosamle provided the board with the policy they adopted last school year and inquired on whether or not the board wished to do it again this year. OPEN FORUM: None. CONSENT AGENDA: Motion by Dunham, second by Ueding to approve the consent agenda as presented. Motion carried 5-0. APPROVE MAJOR PURCHASES AND PERSONNEL: Motion by Cogdill, second by Dunham to approve payment to Sarah Malone for two weeks (10 days) of her per diem pay for Library work over the summer. Motion carried 5-0. Motion by Dunham, second by Malone to approve the contract for Johanna Skinner, Assistant Drama. Motion carried 5-0. Motion by Malone, second by Cogdill to approve the contract for Curtis Maassen, MS Football Coach. Motion carried 5-0. Motion by Dunham, second by Malone to approve contracts for Sarah Malone, Team Mates Coordinator, and Erinn Brasel, Team Mates Building Coordinator. Motion carried 5-0. Motion by Malone, second by Ueding to approve contracts for Kallie Whitman, Rachel Simon and Jodi Bruck, Campus Care Associates. Motion carried 5-0. Motion by Ueding, second by Dunham to approve contracts for Kalin Butler, 6th Grade Sponsor, and Molly Jensen, 7th Grade Sponsor. Motion carried 5-0. Motion by Ueding, second by Cogdill to approve the contract for Samantha Athan, Study Hall/Special Ed. Associate. Motion carried 5-0. Motion by Dunham, second by Ueding to approve the contract through December 31, 2021 for Sarah Cogdill, Preschool Special Ed. Associate. Motion carried 5-0. Motion by Cogdill, second by Ueding to approve the resignation of Paul Klein, District II Board Member. Motion carried 5-0. Motion by Ueding, second by Cogdill to approve the resignation of Kurt Brosamle, Head Baseball Coach. Motion carried 5-0. APPROVE BOOSTER CLUB REQUEST: Motion by Cogdill, second by Dunham to approve the request for $5,000 for an end zone camera. Motion carried 5-0. APPROVE RESOLUTION FOR REVENUE PURPOSE STATEMENT: Director Cogdill introduced the following Resolution and moved to adopt, second by Ueding. Ayes: Cogdill, Ueding, Dunham, Malone, Puck. Nayes: None Absent: Heistand Motion carried 5-0. Vice President Puck declared the Resolution adopted as follows: Resolution approving revenue purpose statement, ordering an election on a revenue purpose statement to authorize expenditures from revenue received from the state secure an advanced vision for education fund, and ordering the publication of a notice of election. APPROVE RESOLTUION TO CONSIDER CONTINUED PARTICIPATION IN THE INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT PROGRAM AND TO SCHEDULE A PUBLIC HEARING: Director Cogdill introduced the following Resolution and moved to adopt, second by Ueding. Ayes: Cogdill, Ueding, Dunham, Malone, Puck. Nayes: None Absent: Heistand Motion carried 5-0. Vice President Puck declared the Resolution adopted as follows: “Resolution to consider continued participation in the instruction support program.” The public hearing will be held on Monday, October 18, 2021 in the High School Board Room, 1102 Iowa Avenue, Dunlap, Iowa at 6:00 p.m. APPROVE SHOW CHOIR SHARING AGREEMENT: Motion by Dunham, second by Ueding to approve the show choir sharing agreement with Woodbine CSD with the stipulation that Boyer Valley will provide transportation only during school days and hours. Motion carried 5-0. APPROVE AUTHORIZATION FOR WARRANTS OF PAYMENT: A motion was made by Dunham, second by Cogdill to approve the School Board Secretary and Board President to both sign warrants of payment for General Fund and School House Fund and the Superintendent’s Secretary and/or Superintendent and School Board Secretary to sign warrants of payment for Activity Fund, Nutrition Fund and Student Council Grant Account for fiscal year 2021-22. Motion carried 5-0. APPROVE AUTHORIZATION FOR SIGNATURE ON OFFICIALS’ CONTRACTS: A motion was made by Cogdill, second by Ueding to approve the Principal(s), Athletic Director, or Superintendent and Board President to sign officials’ contracts for fiscal year 2021-22. Motion carried 5-0. COVID LEAVE POLICY: After much discussion, a motion was made by Cogdill, second by Malone to approve policy 409.2E1 for the entire 2021-22 school year with recommended changes. Motion carried 5-0. DISCUSSION ITEMS: Early Retirement: Mr. Brosamle informed the board that each year the board has to make the decision of whether or not to offer early retirement. A couple years ago, we offered the early retirement with a cash payout of $50,000 and none of the teaching staff applied for it. The board will revisit the topic in the near future. Community Meeting: Mr. Brosamle wanted to remind the board of the community meeting being held tomorrow night in Dow City at 6:30 p.m. regarding the upcoming bond issue. Fundraising: Mr. Brosamle mentioned Mr. Schauer came to him last week regarding a Music fundraiser involving the Avenue of Flags. Currently, the Dunlap Fire Department oversees this, but are looking at handing it over to a different organization. Fundraising was brought up at the last board meeting where the board stated they wanted fundraisers to be ran through the Booster Club, so Mr. Brosamle was not able to give Mr. Schauer an answer during their meeting. Issues regarding flag storage, continued oversight should staffing change and the overall managing of this event was discussed. A motion by Dunham, second by Ueding to adjourn the meeting. Motion carried 5-0. With no further business appearing before the board, Vice President Puck declared the meeting adjourned at 7:17 p.m. These minutes are as recorded by the board secretary and subject to approval at the next regular board meeting. Secretary, Terra Sell Board Vice President, Steve Puck Boyer Valley CSD Claims- September 2021 Vendor Name; Vendor Description; Amount General Bomgaars Supply; Custodial Supplies 322.11 Bonsall T.V. Inc.; Audio/Visual Equip/Repairs 512.70 C & H Hauling; Trash Removal 260.00 Calvin Christophersen, Dc; Purchased Service 170.00 Carroll Cleaning Supply, Co.; Cleaning Supplies 657.60 Carroll Control; Purchase Service 1,028.00 CDW Government, Inc; Technology Supplies 29.99 Central Iowa Distributing, Inc; Janitorial Supplies 891.00 City Of Dow City; Water/Sewer/Garbage 1,560.63 City Of Dunlap; Utility 66.32 Cornhusker International Trucks, Inc.; Transportation Supplies 1,627.95 Counsel Office & Documents; Maintenance/Supplies 13.86 Denison Bulletin/Review; Advertising 156.00 Denison Do It Best Hardware; Custodial Supplies 58.32 Dept Of Administrative Services; TSA 550.00 Dunlap Lumber; Maintenance Supplies 490.90 Dunlap Plumbing & Heating, Inc; Repairs/Rental 10.20 Dunlap Reporter; Publications/Supplies 43.26 Emath Instruction; Instructional Supplies 150.00 Ettleman Oil Co.; Supplies 347.26 Follett School Solutions; Supplies 43.55 Franck & Sextro, P.L.C. Attorneys At Law; Legal Service 560.00 Frontier Communications; Telephone 207.71 Greenwood, Bailey; Reimbursement 49.77 Harrison County Treasurer; Drainage District Tax 33.76 Heller Implement, Inc.; Repair Parts 1,372.60 IA Assn Of School Business Of; Seminar Fees 280.00 Ingenuity Works; Instructional Supplies 450.00 Iowa Communications Network; L-D/T-1/Video Charges 89.42 Iowa Hs Music Association; Registration/Dues 95.00 Iowa Testing Prog; Testing Service 70.00 Kroenke, Ron; Purchased Service 270.00 Mark's Plumbing Parts; Plumbing Repairs 1,110.41 Marsh, Kathleen; Reimbursement 10.86 Mcgraw Hill Education; Textbooks 2,281.72 Midamerican Energy; Electricity/Natural Gas 10,761.75 News-2-You; Subscription 199.68 Nolte, Cornman, Johnson P.C.; Auditing Services 3,760.00 One Source The Background Check Co.; Purchased Service 48.00 Petty Cash/Lori Malone; Reimbursement 115.10 Plunkett's Pest Control; Pest Control 130.00 Quill Corp; Office Supplies 853.20 Rasmussen Mechanical Service; Contract Labor 127.60 Roberts Auto Supply; Repair Parts 783.50 School Mate; Classroom Supplies 638.25 School Nurse Supply Inc.; Medical Supplies 382.29 School Specialty Inc (Latta); Supplies 97.29 Smitty's Grocery; Food Supplies 65.26 Stamp Fulfillment; Stamped Envelopes 1,047.15 Teacher Direct; Classroom Supplies 425.50 Testout Corp; Instructional Software 175.00 Town And Country Store, The; Supplies 49.94 Verizon Wireless; Cell Phone 580.76 Voyager Sopris Learning; Instructional Supplies 301.90 Walmart Community/Gecrb; Supplies 711.12 Wells Fargo Bank; Travel And School Supplies 579.80 Wells Fargo Financial Leasing Inc.; Copier Lease 200.74 Western Iowa Wireless; Internet Access Bus Barn 49.95 Windstream Iowa Communications; Phone Company 421.93 Fund Total: 38,376.61 Management Avesis; Vision Insurance 79.81 Community Bank/Medical Insr; Medical Insurance 8,584.28 Iowa Schools Employee Benefits; Dental/Life/Ltd Ins 304.22 Su Insurance Comapny; Breakdown Insurance 14,917.25 Fund Total: 23,885.56 Campus Care Fareway Stores; Groceries 186.05 Smitty's Grocery; Food Supplies 41.48 Fund Total: 227.53 Checking Account Total: 62,489.70 School Nutrition Anderson-Erickson Dairy Co; Milk 1,003.60 Fareway Stores; Groceries 12.87 Iowa Division Of Labor Services; Boiler Inspection 80.00 Martin Bros. Distributing Co.; Food Co-Op 6,480.30 Pan 0 Gold Baking; Hot Lunch Food 344.34 Rapids Wholesale; Supplies 204.74 Smitty's Grocery; Food Supplies 8.03 Fund Total: 8,133.88 Checking Account Total: 8,133.88 Student Activity Alford, Ben; Official 120.00 Bomgaars Supply; Custodial Supplies 279.99 Carney, David; Official 120.00 Cash/ Lori Malone; Change Funds 500.00 Collins, Devin; Official 80.00 Contract Specialty LC; Supplies 410.20 Deckers Sporting Goods; Athletic Supplies 179.00 Dunlap Lumber; Maintenance Supplies 8.98 Duval, Kamara; Official 120.00 Ehlers, Chris; Official 80.00 Endzone Camera, LLC; Supplies 4,999.00 Gillmore, Lucas; Official 70.00 Hauff Mid-America Sports; Sports Supplies 1,306.71 Heiman, Karl; Official 70.00 Hoff, James; Official 80.00 IA HS Athletic Directors Ass'n; Dues/Registrations 260.00 Iowa Association Of Track Coaches; Membership 50.00 Kell, Dan 120.00 Logan Magnolia Comm School; Tuition/Fees 80.00 Lubbers, Caleb; Official 120.00 Lyons, Don; Official 70.00 Martin Bros. Distributing Co. Food Co-Op; 28.95 Meyer, Charlie; Official 70.00 Peterson, Jay; Choreography 2,000.00 Pioneer Mfg Co; Paint 119.00 Rolling Valley Conference; Membership 500.00 Schulte, Leroy; Official 80.00 Uptown Sporting Goods; Supplies 773.00 Walmart Community/Gecrb; Supplies 81.29 Wells Fargo Bank; Travel And School Supplies 70.00 Fund Total: 12,846.12 Checking Account Total: 12,846.12 Local Option Tax Dunlap Plumbing & Heating, Inc; Repairs/Rental 3,698.00 Ed M Feld Equip Co Inc; Fire Extinguisher Service 528.00 Follett School Solutions; Supplies 2,000.57 Hobart Sales And Service; Custodial Supplies 1,051.71 KPE-Engineers/Architects/Forensic Experts; Purchase Service 8,446.98 Nextgen Technology; Purchased Service 7,250.00 Rasmussen Mechanical Service; Contract Labor 4,235.63 Fund Total: 27,210.89 PPEL Wells Fargo Financial Leasing Inc.; Copier Lease 1,142.44 Fund Total: 1,142.44 Checking Account Total: 28,353.33 TDR 9-23-21

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