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November 15, 2019

10/17/2019 11:13:00 AM
BOARD OF EDUCATION - Chisago Lakes Schools Independent School District #2144, Lindstrom, MN 55045 - Thursday, June 13, 2019 MINUTES

(October 17, 2019)

Present: B. Carlson, M. Leigh, J. Vitalis, M. Donovan, L. Berg, Supt. Dean Jennissen

Absent:  D. Strenke

Visitors:  Jodi Davis, Heide Miller, Bob Meyer, Darci Peckman-Krueger, Suzanne Gillespie, Eric Simmons, Brenda Schell, Sarah Schmidt, Jodi Otte, Ralph Fairchild

The Realtor presentations began at 4:30 p.m. with George Novack presenting his plan on how he would market the Lakeside property.  Following Mr. Novack was the Shaleen Team from Edina Realty.  The final decision on the plan moving forward has yet to be made.

The Regular meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance at 6:30 PM motion by Vitalis and seconded by Berg and carried to accept the revised agenda.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Donovan and carried to approve the minutes of the May 16, 2019 meeting.

There were no Open Forum participants.

Motion by Carlson, seconded by Vitalis and carried to approve the consideration of claims and accounts as presented by Treasurer Carlson.

The first set of computer payables dated May 16, 2019 for check number 132781 through 132958 in the amount of $417,548.28.  The second set of computer payables dated May 29, 2019 for check number 132959 through 133073 in the amount of $234,915.56.  17 Bonds detail check number 1229 through 1255 in the amount of $5,927,561.27.
 
Hand payables in the amount of $415,699.15

Investments/General Fund as follows:
5/15/19 MSDLAF+term  yield 2.76% Matured $1,000,000.00
5/15/19 MSDLAF+term  yield 2.44% Purchased $1,000,000.00 DUE 11/8/19
    
Investments - 17 Bond Fund
5/28/19 MSDLAF + term Yield 2.76% Matured $2,500,000.00
5/31/19 MSLAF + term Yield 2.70% Matured $4,000,000.00

Sarah Schmidt gave a Power Point presentation on the graduation rates.

The District Goals update was given by Eric Simmons, Brenda Schell and Sarah Schmidt.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Carlson and carried to approve the June financials and budget presentation by Director of Business Services, Doug Hasler.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Donovan and carried to approve the presentation of fund 06, by Heide Miller as follows:  FY19 Revised Revenues $870,000, FY19 Revised Expenditures $45,272.973, FY20 Preliminary Revenues $60,000, FY20 Preliminary Expenditures $12,287, 500

As of June 3, 2019 the enrollment at Chisago Lakes Schools was 3404.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Carlson and carried to approve the grant application for up to $5,000 from CHS - Community Giving.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Berg and carried to accept the donation of $650.00 from Minnesota Potters for a ceramics class.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Donovan and carried to accept the donations of $500.00 each from Lakes Area Electric and Plastics Co. for the Math Dept. fundraisers at CLHS.

The Minutes from the May 20, 2019 TFPFE meeting were shared.

There were no bid quotes for the garage at Lakeside that ISD#2144 is trying to sell.  Alternative advertising was suggested in attempt to sell it.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Carlson and upon roll call vote, those in favor, Leigh, Carlson, Vitalis, Donovan & Berg with Strenke being absent to approve the dissolution of the Coop Sponsorship of the Alpine Ski Team for FY21 with St. Croix Falls.  

Motion by Berg, seconded by Donovan and carried to approve the updated High Potential/Gifted Handbook as presented.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Donovan and carried to approve the list of the graduating class of 2019.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Berg and carried to approve the 2nd Reading of Policy 902 - Facility Use.
 
Resolution relating to the termination and non renewal of the teaching contracts  of a long term substitute teachers S. Dickenson and L. Pego,  was introduced by Vitalis and seconded by Berg and upon roll call vote, those in favor thereof:  Leigh, Carlson, Vitalis, Donovan,  Berg with Strenke being absent, whereas said resolutions were declared duly adopted.  

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Donovan and carried to approve the termination of the non certified long term substitutes as follows:  Alyssa Bjelland - MS, Renee Freundschuh - TF, Elizabeth Nadeau Temte - Lakeside, Nicole Nye – MS, Katlynn Videen – CLEC at the end of the school year.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Berg and carried to appoint Doug Hasler as the Homeless Liaison Representative for the 2019-20 school year.

Motion by Donovan, seconded by Vitalis and carried to appoint Darci Peckman-Krueger, Director of HR, as the Data Privacy Officer for the 2019-20 school year.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Berg and carried to appoint Sarah Schmidt, Director of Curriculum, as the LEA Representative for the 2019-20 school year.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Berg and carried to approve the FY20 Environmental/Occupational Health & Safety contract with Resource for a total of $20,499.61 as presented.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Berg and carried to approve the Change Order #14 for Donlar Construction in the amount of $41,069.00 as presented by Heide Miller, Construction Consultant.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Berg and carried to allow the Director of Business Services to bind the district’s insurance coverages effective July 1, 2019 with a formal action being taken by the School Board at the July 11, 2019meeting.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Berg and carried to approve the renewal membership for SEE for the 2019-2020 school year as presented.

Member Carlson introduced the following resolution and moved its adoption:

BE IT RESOLVED, that the governing Board of School District #2144, Counties of Chisago and Washington, State of Minnesota, delegates the control, supervision and regulation of interscholastic athletic and fine arts events (referred to in MN Statues, Section 128C.01) to the MN State High School League and so hereby certifies to the State Commissioner of Education as provided for by MN Statues.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Chisago Lakes High School is authorized by this, the Governing Board of said school district to renew its membership in the MN State High School League and its various subdivisions.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this Governing Board hereby adopts the Constitution, Bylaws, Rules and Regulations of said League and all amendments thereto are the same as are published in the latest edition of the League’s Official Handbook on file at the office of the school district or as appears on the League’s website, as the minimum standards governing participation in said League sponsored activities, and the the administration and responsibility for determining student eligibility and for the supervision of such activities are assigned to the official representatives identified by the Governing Board.

Upon roll call vote being taken thereon, the following members voted in favor thereof: Leigh, Donovan, Berg, Carlson, Vitalis with Strenke absent; And the following voted against the same: none, whereupon said resolution was declared duly passed and adopted.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Donovan and carried to approve the renewal of the annual membership to MSBA as presented.

The following Resolution was introduced by Vitalis, seconded by Carlson and moved its adoption:

WHEREAS, MN Session Laws 2019, 1st Special Session, CH 11, Art. 1, Sec 5 will require changes in the accounting of student activity funds and school boards must take charge of and control all student activities of the public schools in the district and that all money received or expended for extracurricular activities shall be recorded in the same manner as other revenues and expenditures of the district:

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the School board of Chisago Lakes, independent School District No. 2144, directs the district’s administration to implement the requirements of Minnesota Session Laws, 2019, 1st Special Session, CH.11, Art. 1, Sec 5.

Upon roll call vote, the following voted in favor:  Leigh, Berg, Donovan, Carlson, Vitalis and those opposed to same none and Strenke was absent,  Whereupon, said Resolution was declared duly passed and adopted.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Donovan and carried to engage Abdo, Eck & Meyer to perform the annual audit for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Donovan and carried to approve the contract with IPS Solar for the removal and re-installation of the solar panels at Lakeside Elementary School in the amount of $54,875.00.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Donovan and carried to approve the resignations as presented:

Makenzie Blizzard, KC Supervisor at Lakeside, effective June 5, 2019;

Christy Klun, Lakeside para, effective June 6, 2019;

Kathryn Larsen, Lakeside para, effective June 6, 2019;

Lara Spector, HS Math, effective June 6, 2019;

Danielle Hanson, Kindergarten Teacher, effective the end of the school year;

Sara Eiler, Kindergarten Teacher, effective the end of the school year;

Becky Hauer, kitchen helper, effective June 6, 2019;

Dana Flanders-Turman, paraprofessional at TF, effective the end of the school year;

Melissa Roggeman, FACS, Family and Consumer Science instructor, effective the end of the school year.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Berg and carried to approve the retirement of Deb Shanahan, TF para, effective at the end of the school year.

Motion by Berg, seconded by Vitalis and carried to approve the LOA request submitted by Samantha Sapp, Lakeside instructor.

An informational letter was submitted by Andrea Hoppe, MS instructor, regarding a request for a LOA in the future.  Specific dates were not provided at this time but will be submitted when she has the information.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Donovan and carried to approve the MS LTS non certified contract for Nicole Nye as presented.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Donovan and carried to approve the contract as presented for Kassie Lee, ASL at the Middle School for the 2019-20 school year.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Berg and carried to approve the ASL contract for Joan Duffy for the 2019-20 school year at Lakeside.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Donovan and carried to approve the ASL contract for Jill Bratvold for the 2019-20 school year at the Middle School.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Donovan and carried to approve the contract for the Delivery Driver, Justin Morris as presented.

The activity contract for Brenda Carlson as the 2018-19 softball coach was tabled until all board members are present.

Motion by Vitalis, seconded by Berg and carried to approve the Transportation Reimbursement Request as presented for two students from Chisago City to Saint Peter’s School in Forest Lake.

The SEE meeting update was share by Berg; they talked about the results of the legislative session.

Supt. Jennissen talked about the process for finding a realtor to sell Lakeside.

Motion by Donovan, seconded by Carlson and carried to adjourn the board meeting at 8:21 p.m.

Dated: July 11, 2019

Dani Strenke, Clerk
Mark Leigh, Chair








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