Ed-Co Board

The Board of Directors of the Edgewood-Colesburg Community School District met in regular session in the Edgewood Board Room, on Monday, October 18, 2021. President Venteicher called the meeting to order at 5:00 p.m.

Directors Present: Robert Schilling, Dan Venteicher, Matt Elliot, & Tammy Kirby. Directors Absent: Jeff Hoeger.

Also present: Superintendent Rob Busch, Principal Dawn Voss, Principal Patty Briggs, and Board Secretary Melissa Conner.

Visitors: Jodi Ehlers, Mackenzie Helgemoe, Lizzie Edens, Tracy Schaefers, Amanda Highland, Ron Highland, Trent Highland, and Olivia Highland Balk.

President Venteicher welcomed our visitors.

Director Schilling moved to approve the agenda as presented. Director Kirby seconded the movement. Motion carried 4-0.

Director Schilling moved to recognize the following:

Ed-Co's Jr High Tri Rivers Conference Honor Band Participants.

Bryce Stannard, Lilee Borisky, Ella Beyer, Ben Pierschbacher, Marissa Poole, Claire Hemann, Lauren Kirby, Alayna Fry, & Abby Schilling.

Director Kirby seconded the movement. Motion carried 4-0.

Lizzie Edens & Mackenzie Helgemoe introduced themselves to the board.

Tracy Schaeffers presented on the Ed-Co FBLA Chapter.

New Business:

Director Schilling moved to approve the depository limits of $3,000,000 for Community Savings Bank and $1,000,000 for Farmers Savings Bank. Director Elliot seconded the movement. Motion Carried 4-0.

The Board discussed building projects.

Director Elliot moved to approve the snow removal bid for the Colesburg school from Tibbott Construction for $125.00 per hour. Director Kirby seconded the movement. Motion carried 4-0.

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Director Schilling moved to approve the funds transfer of $15.54 from F.A.B & $14.25 from YODA into the General Athletics account. Director Elliot seconded the movement. Motion carried 4-0.

The Board discussed Early Separation Incentive.

Director Elliot moved to approve the NICC Drivers Education Contract. Director Schilling seconded the movement. Motion carried 4-0.

No change orders were presented for the meeting.

The first reading of board policies: 105, 200.1, 210.8, 212, 212.1, 401.4, 501.10, 502.4, & 606.6, Rescind Policy 307 were duly noted.

Director Elliot moved to approve the purchase of approximately $300.00 of food for the Family Reading Night to provide training to families for reading. Director Kirby seconded the movement. Motion carried 4-0.

Director Schilling moved to go into Closed session to review or discuss confidential student record information per Iowa Code section 21.5(1)(a) at 5:25 p.m. Director Elliot seconded the movement. Roll Call: Ayes: Venteicher, Schilling, Elliot, & Kirby. Nays: None. Motion carried 4-0.

The Board came back into open session at 5:44 p.m.

Director Schilling moved to accept the Late Open Enrollment Application for two students from Starmont to attend Ed-Co. Director Kirby seconded the movement. Motion carried 4-0.

Principal Briggs: We have completed our fall screening. As a building our percentage at benchmark was higher than last fall. We will continue to review this information & progress monitoring during our data discussions, as well as BLT. On October 13th our associates worked with AEA during professional development. They focused on building relationships with students & de-escalating students that have trouble self-regulating their emotions. Continuing to work on solutions for Daycare with the Delaware County group each month. October 25th author Julia Cook will be in the Elementary building. Halloween Parade will be on October 28th at 8:45 a.m. We will live stream the event on Facebook. We are asking visitors to enter & exit through the gym doors.

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Principal Voss: On Saturday, October 16th we had sixty-three kids trained in Hunter Safety. We are now doing Skip the Trip for students to get their learner's permit at the school. The Junior class has started looking into locations to have Prom.

Superintendent Busch: November 2nd is approaching quickly, make sure you are registered & know where voting takes place. Friday, October 1st is the official count day for certified enrollment with October 14th being the certified date. Thank you Melissa, Joyce & Barb on all their hard work with the audit this year. A few minor areas of corrections, plan to see the final report by March. September & October are busy months for reports that are due to the Department of Ed. The Delegate Assembly for the IASB Annual Convention will be on Wednesday, November 17th. RSAI Annual meeting is Tuesday, October 26th.

Director Kirby: Good Luck to the fall sports teams in the postseason.

Director Schilling moved to approve the Consent Agenda.

a. Approve minutes of September 20th & October 1st, 2021 meetings

b. List of Expenditures and Financial Reports

c. Open Enrollment

IN:

- Central: K, 3rd, & 6th

-Starmont: 7th Grade

-West Delaware: 2nd & 7th

-Western Dubuque: JK

d. Special Education Contracts

e. Fundraisers

f. Personnel

i. Resignations

-Kelley Knockel-HS Para

-Sara Hoisington-Elem Para

-Lonnie Ellis-Colesburg Day Custodian

ii. New Hires

-Alex Jones-Wrestling Assistant

-Mandi Pedretti-Single SE student driving

-Ed Bolsinger-Single SE student driving

iii. Contract Adjustments

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iv. Volunteer Coaches/Sponsors

-Jenny Lange-JH Girls Basketball

-Travis Priem-Basketball

g. Annual Contracts/Agreements

Director Elliot seconded the movement. Motion Carried 4-0.

With no further business to come before the board for consideration at this time, Director Schilling moved to adjourn the meeting at 6:18 p.m. Director Elliot seconded the movement. Motion Carried 4-0.

Edgewood-Colesburg

October 18, 2021 Listing of Expenditures

GENERAL FUND:

ADVANTAGE ADMINISTRATORS fee $ 131.30 ALLIANT ENERGY electricity $ 7,301.46 American Publishers magazines $ 212.42 ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLY parts $ 38.65 AUTO-JET MUFFLER CORP. parts $ 1,020.45 BI-COUNTY DISPOSAL, INC. garbage collection $ 410.93 BLACK HILLS heating $ 433.47 BLICK ART MATERIALS supplies $ 28.24 BRADY, CAIN chain gang $ 285.00 BRADY, GREG chain gang $ 290.00 Brady, Luke FB Clock $ 230.00 BUSCH, ROB gasohol $ 15.00 Capital One supplies $ 41.94 CHEMSEARCH services $ 1,883.15 CITY OF COLESBURG water/sewer $ 622.04 CITY OF EDGEWOOD water/sewer $ 1,327.29 COMELEC INTERNET SERVICES internet $ 60.00 COMELEC SERVICES, INC. radios & antennas $ 657.00 CONTINENTAL RESEARCH CORP. supplies $ 2,312.92 Delaware County Economic Development membership $ 200.00 DEMCO, Inc. supplies $ 707.99 DYERSVILLE COMMERCIAL publications $ 1,065.35 EDGEWOOD BUILDING CENTER supplies $ 35.00 EDGEWOOD FARM & HOME SUPPLY supplies $ 599.65 ELAN supplies, fee, & postage $ 2,777.28 FANNON WELDING, LLC frames $ 500.00 GOPHER SPORT supplies $ 211.68 GUTTENBERG MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL Athletic Training $ 1,113.88 HANSEN COMPUTER SERVICES repairs $ 50.00 HARBAUGH, Jefferson uniform allowance $ 200.00 HEMANN, JILL chain gang $ 45.00 HEMANN, TONY chain gang $ 290.00 IA H.S. MUSIC ASSOCIATION fee $ 25.00 INFOBASE LEARNING supplies $ 419.87 IOWA COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK network services $ 433.15 IOWA DIVISION OF LABOR SERVICES inspection $ 80.00 Iowa Schools Buildings & Grounds Ass'n, membership $ 300.00 JACKSON, MIKE FB Announcer $ 90.00 JAEGER, DARYL chain gang $ 80.00 JTJ Solar LLC solar $ 2,082.82 KARL'S GROCERY supplies $ 160.78

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KEYSTONE AREA EDUCATION AGENCY supplies $ 1.22 Lange, Andrew FB Announcer $ 30.00 Learning A-Z license $ 118.00 LessonPix, Inc. supplies $ 324.00 MALAUSKY, DAVID supplies $ 2,777.11 MEDICAL ENTERPRISES testing kits $ 24.00 Meyer True Value supplies $ 9.59 MIDWEST ALARM SERVICES service call $ 684.00 Midwest Bus Parts, Inc. parts $ 512.11 NOLTE, CORNMAN & JOHNSON P.C. audit $ 3,440.00 NORTHEAST IOWA COMM. COLLEGE college courses $ 4,259.00

Northeast Iowa Communit College Business &

Training/Inservice $ 95.00

Nutrien AG Solutions supplies $ 140.00 OPENING SPECIALISTS, INC. repairs $ 422.33 Pioneer Valley Books supplies $ 26,640.00 Priem, Chezney VB Line Judge $ 75.00 PRUESS, DAVID chain gang $ 310.00 QUILL CORPORATION supplies $ 82.73 SCHOOL SPECIALTY, LLC. supplies $ 1,603.91 Shiffler Equipment Sales, Inc. supplies $ 160.70 SILLS, TANGEE supplies $ 36.17 SiteOne Landscape Supply supplies $ 71.99 SPAHN & ROSE LUMBER CO. supplies $ 188.36 Thein, Josh FB Clock $ 100.00 THINKING CAP QUIZ BOWL entry fee $ 55.00 Thinking Social Publishing, Inc. supplies $ 755.90 TIMBERLINE BILLING SERVICE LLC medicaid $ 267.13 Time Management Systems fee $ 353.00 U.S. CELLULAR hot spots $ 211.20 UNITY SCHOOL BUS PARTS parts $ 270.72 Voss, Dawn repair $ 3.64 WEBER PAPER COMPANY supplies $ 2,202.18 WINDSTREAM telephone services $ 1,010.79 Fund Total: $ 76,003.49

MANAGEMENT FUND:

COMMUNITY INSURANCE OF IOWA insurance $ 9,122.00

LOSST/SAVE FUND:

Donovan Group Iowa services $ 2,500.00 FM CONTROLS, INC. repairs $ 1,638.98 Hawkeye Electrical Contractors Dubuque services $ 3,059.23 MIDWEST TENNIS & TRACK CO. track surfacing/painting $ 13,482.00 Young Plumbing & Heating repairs $ 722.50 Fund Total: $ 21,402.71

ACTIVITY FUND:

AUNT NECEE'S PIZZA meal $ 60.46 BLOOMS flowers $ 241.65 BRADY, BO official $ 161.83 Buchholtz, David official $ 110.00 Camp, Bob official $ 243.86 CENTER POINT/URBANA SCHOOLS entry fee $ 220.00 CHAMBERLIN, RANDY official $ 131.32 DAVIS, BRENDA official $ 249.52 DVORAK, ED official $ 331.00 EASTON VALLEY entry fee $ 70.00 EDGEWOOD FARM & HOME SUPPLY supplies $ 28.97 Edgewood Signs & Designs banners $ 30.00 ELAN supplies, tickets, & membership $ 310.60 FITZGERALD, MICHAEL official $ 159.43 GOEDKEN, HAYLEY official $ 113.65

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GUSTAFSON, AMY official $ 249.52 HOFFERT, CHRIS official $ 110.00 HOFFERT, STEVE official $ 110.00 Independence JR/SR High School entry fee $ 135.00 IOWA FFA ASSOCIATION dues $ 1,090.50 JESUP COMMUNITY SCHOOL entry fee $ 100.00 JOHNSON, MIKE official $ 110.00 JOHNSON, RYAN official $ 89.76 Junk, Mark official $ 110.00 KARL'S GROCERY supplies $ 13.44 KREMER, SCOTT official $ 128.04 LECHTENBERG, DAN official $ 110.00 LINCOLN, Pat official $ 133.78 LUBBEN, TAMI supplies $ 37.97 MONTICELLO SPORTS supplies $ 785.00 NIEHAUS, JEFF official $ 375.00 NORTH CEDAR CSD entry fee $ 75.00 NORTH LINN COMMUNITY SCHOOL entry fee $ 140.00

OELWEIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT,

entry fee $ 85.00

OLAFSEN, PETER official $ 142.80 OMNI CHEER bows $ 14.79 PIERCE, ASHLEY official $ 130.05 PROUTY, JIM official $ 122.30 PUTZ, MICHAEL official $ 335.00 RODENBERG, JAMIE official $ 243.86 SCHROEDER, Dennis official $ 142.60 SHIMLEE signs $ 95.00 South Hardin entry fee $ 85.00 Springville Community School District entry fee $ 125.00 Stanek, Randy official $ 116.15 STARMONT COMMUNITY SCHOOL entry fee $ 80.00 TUCKER, BRAD official $ 110.00 Tucker, Darrell official $ 110.00 Varner, Rodney Dean official $ 300.00 WAVERLY SHELL ROCK CSD FFA Travel $ 1,147.50 WEST DELAWARE CO. COMM. SCHOOL entry fee $ 170.00 WEST DELAWARE MIDDLE SCHOOL entry fee $ 50.00 Wiley, Mark official $ 84.43 WOODS EDGE GOLF COURSE rental $ 125.00 World's Fines Chocolate, Inc. candy bars $ 1,650.00 ZAHN, CHARLES official $ 110.00 ZARUBA, STEVE official $ 331.00 Fund Total: $ 12,270.78

NUTRITION FUND:

Atlantic Coca-Cola ala carte $ 555.38 BERGER, Sherry milk $ 4.29 EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO. INC. hot lunch bread $ 536.02 ECOLAB supplies $ 427.52 ELAN hot lunch & supplies $ 215.05

MARTIN BROS. DISTRIB. CO., INC hot lunch, ala carte, fee, & supplies

$ 18,705.22

PRAIRIE FARMS DAIRY milk $ 3,418.26 Fund Total: $ 23,861.74

PPEL FUND:

ACCESS SYSTEMS LEASING copier lease $ 1,292.99 Total of All Funds: $ 143,953.71

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