Details for Centura Board of Education Regular Meeting District #47-0100 - Howard

Centura Board of Education Regular Meeting District #47-0100 - Howard County Monday, November 9, 2020 6:00 PM Centura High School; Cairo, NE Justin Caspersen: Present, Jeff Christensen: Present, Teresa Grabowski: Present, Aron Hostetler: Present, Eric Hostetler: Present, Will Kemptar: Present. Present: 6. Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof, according to law, by proper publication, a designated method for giving notice to the School District, a copy of the proof of publications being attached to these minutes. Notice of this meeting was given in advance to all members of the Board of Education. Availability of the agenda was communicated in this meeting. All proceeds of the Board of Education were taken while the convened meeting was open to the attendance of the public. President Christensen called the meeting to order at 6:01pm. Board President Christensen led in the Pledge of Allegiance and recognized a current copy of the Nebraska Open Meetings Act poster. Roll call - excuse/not excuse board members who are absent Motion to approve meeting agenda as presented Passed with a motion by Will Kemptar and a second by Eric Hostetler. Yea: 6, Nay: 0 Recognition of visitors and public comment: Three patrons addressed the school board. Motion to approve October 12, 2020 regular meeting minutes and October 19, 2020 special meeting minutes as presented Passed with a motion by Aron Hostetler and a second by Will Kemptar. Yea: 6, Nay: 0 Motion to approve November 2020 general fund claims as presented and authorize payment Passed with a motion by Teresa Grabowski and a second by Justin Caspersen. Yea: 6, Nay: 0 Amazon 968.83, Armbruster Electric 1,328.17, AS Central Services 232.49, Aurora Coop 4,938.06, AxisPlus Benefits 31.50, Black Hills Energy 1,235.56, Bohling, K. 76.93, Bomgaars 218.51, CNCAP 18,229.82, Central Nebraska Rehab Services 3,064.10, Centurylink 440.17, Dana F. Cole 6,280.00, Deere Credit 531.87, Eakes Office Solutions 498.00, Ecolab 104.72, ESU #10 2,460.21, Fireguard Inc. 582.60, Heartland Disposal 655.00, Heartland Refrigeration 413.15, Hesselgesser Electric Motor Services 865.00, Hireright LLC 31.40, Home Depot Pro 3,660.81, Howard Co. Medical Center 100.00, Howard Greely RPPD 6,859.19, Illuminate Education, Inc. 4,950.00, Island Glass Co. 110.00, J&D Automotive 53.95, Johnson Controls, Inc. 3,265.67, JW Pepper & Sons 298.99, KSB School Law 2,570.50, Literacy Resources 1,209.45, Matheson Tri-Gas 359.46, Menards 1,091.06, Mid-America Books 620.45, Mid-west 3d Solution 11,950.00, National Art & School Supplies, Inc. 16.38, NE Assoc for Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment 130.00, NE Central Telephone 102.60, NE State Fire Marshal 162.00, Nebraska Central Equipment 289.99, Office Net 2,121.75, OneSource 15.00, Pathway Insurance 11,171.35, Platte Valley Communications 30.00, Quadient Leasing 282.00, S.E. Smith & Sons 5.49, Sam's Club 91.19, Sawshop 351.00, Social Thinking Publishing 98.63, Sportzcast 734.00, Sprinkler Guy 300.00, Tab Refrigeration 509.00, Troy's Total Auto Repair 150.00, Truck Center Companies 172.92, TruGreen 1,339.00, US Bank 2,278.51, Village of Cairo 333.87, Wex Bank 280.43, Windstream 52.80, Witt, Larry 450.00, Yandas Music & Pro Audio 67.20, Total 101,820.73 Motion to approve November 2020 building fund claims as presented and authorize payment Passed with a motion by Justin Caspersen and a second by Teresa Grabowski. Yea: 6, Nay: 0 Motion to approve October 2020 activity fund claims, revenue, and fund balances as presented Passed with a motion by Teresa Grabowski and a second by Justin Caspersen. Yea: 6, Nay: 0 Motion to approve treasurer's report as presented Passed with a motion by Teresa Grabowski and a second by Justin Caspersen. Yea: 6, Nay: 0 Motion to approve changes with second of two readings for policies 103.00, 402.01, 403.03, 404.06, 405.00, 501.00, 504.03, 504.14, 504.18, 504.20, 504.21, 505.03, 612.05 and 1004.03 Passed with a motion by Teresa Grabowski and a second by Justin Caspersen. Yea: 6, Nay: 0 Motion to approve new policy 402.15 Staff Conduct with Students on second of two readings Passed with a motion by Aron Hostetler and a second by Teresa Grabowski. Yea: 6, Nay: 0 Motion to approve 2019-20 Annual Audit performed by Dana F. Cole & Company Passed with a motion by Teresa Grabowski and a second by Aron Hostetler. Yea: 6, Nay: 0 Motion to coop baseball with Central City for spring 2021 to be funded by private donations Failed with a motion by Teresa Grabowski and a second by Justin Caspersen. Yea: 3, Nay: 3. Board members discussed the opportunities and challenges of adding high school baseball as a coop with Central City. Board Reports: Upcoming NASB State Conference - The NASB State Convention will now only be offered virtually. Secondary Principal Cory Bohling and Elementary Principal Abbey Cron provided a report on remote learning. Superintendent Ruhl reported on teacher Covid professional development days, teacher on administrative leave update, winter activities protocols and the need for a SPED para-educator. Covid-19 Data & Analysis: Superintendent Ruhl provided an update from the Central District and Loup Basin health departments and quarantine trends for Centura. Next Regular Board Meeting: Monday, December 14, 2020 - 6:00pm Motion to adjourn meeting at 7:32 p.m. Passed with a motion by Teresa Grabowski and a second by Will Kemptar. Yea: 6, Nay: 0 13

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