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

Centura Board of Education Regular Meeting District #47-0100 - Howard County Monday, May 10, 2021 6:00 PM Centura High School; Cairo, NE Justin Caspersen: Present, Teresa Grabowski: Present, Aron Hostetler: Present, Eric Hostetler: Present, Will Kemptar: Present. Present: 5. 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 Kemptar called the meeting to order at 6:00pm. Board President Kemptar led in the Pledge of Allegiance and then recognized a current copy of the Nebraska Open Meetings Act posted in the room. Roll call - excuse/not excuse board members who are absent Recognition of visitors and public comment: Two patrons addressed the school board. Motion to move Covid-19 discussion to top of agenda discussion. Passed with a motion by Justin Caspersen and a second by Teresa Grabowski. Yea: 5, Nay: 0 Motion to end the Covid-19 Resolution effective immediately Passed with a motion by Eric Hostetler and a second by Teresa Grabowski. Yea: 5, Nay: 0 Consent Agenda - Routine Business: Minutes from previous month's meeting(s) General Fund Claims - $545,679.12, Amazon 63.88, Armbruster Electric 480.00, ASCS 232.49, Aurora Coop 2,517.32, AxisPlus Benefits 156.00, Black Hills Energy 3,595.45, CNCAP 16,722.37, Central Nebraska Rehab Services 2,617.63, Centura Activity Fund 198.00, Centurylink 457.72, Construction Rental 327.34, Deere Credit, Inc. 531.87, Eakes Office Solutions 370.20, Ecolab 104.72, ESU #10 1,614.90, Fireguard Inc. 342.50, GI Independent 160.65, Heartland Disposal 523.00, Home Depot Pro 1,044.42, Honors Graduation 76.98, Howard Greely RPPD 5,637.19, Hyvee 62.44, Illuminate Education, Inc. 2,450.00, Inerstate All Battery 66.90, J&D Automotive 56.49, KSB School Law 260.00, Lowe, T. 110.00, Luhn, S. 110.00, Mackin 1,650.85, Matheson Tri-Gas 70.96, Menards 198.72, Moeller, R. 110.00, NCS Pearson 18.48, NE Career Info System 800.00, NE Central Telephone 104.12, NCSA 195.00, Nebraska Central Equipment 471.10, Office Net 2,260.03, OneSource 50.00, Paper101 258.05, The Parts Bin 6.29, Pathway Insurance 7,446.58, Pedersen, C. 110.00, Phillips, B. 110.00, Platte Valley Communications 30.00, Quadient Leasing 282.00, QUILL 25.76, RockIT Event Pros 311.00, S.E. Smith & Sons 51.11, School Specialty 54.60, Sport Safe Testing Service 450.00, Sprinkler Guy Inc., The 297.50, Staples Business Advantage 78.20, State Glass Inc. 20.25, Stubbs, A. 110.00, Tomlinson, V. 110.00, TruGreen 2,589.00, Twin Rivers Urgent Care 95.00, US Bank 95.07, Village of Cairo 317.37, Wal-Mart 253.10, Wex Bank 376.45, Windstream 45.31, Yandas Music & Pro Audio 142.75, Young's Land Leveling 144.52, Total 60,629.63 Building Fund Claims - $17,200: Nebraska Fire Sprinkler $17,200.00 Depreciation Fund Claims - $19,344.19: Musco Finance $19,344.19. Financial Reports as presented Approval of Consent Agenda: Motion to approve consent agenda of routine business as presented Passed with a motion by Eric Hostetler and a second by Justin Caspersen. Yea: 5, Nay: 0 Board Member Resignation: Motion to accept resignation of Board Member Jeff Christensen Passed with a motion by Aron Hostetler and a second by Eric Hostetler. Yea: 5, Nay: 0 Certified Teacher Resignation: Motion to accept resignation of Alison Feeney at the end of the 20-21 school year Passed with a motion by Teresa Grabowski and a second by Eric Hostetler. Yea: 5, Nay: 0 Motion to approve policies 503.09 homeless children and 716.00 ESSA non-regulatory business requirements on second of two readings Passed with a motion by Teresa Grabowski and a second by Aron Hostetler. Yea: 5, Nay: 0 Policy review with one reading only: 406.03, 406.05, 406.09, 406.50, 407.03, 408.01, 408.04, 408.05, 409.01 and 409.02. Motion to approve reviewed policies as presented with no changes Passed with a motion by Justin Caspersen and a second by Aron Hostetler. Yea: 5, Nay: 0 Motion to accept the catastrophic student insurance coverage for the 2021-22 school year from Student Assurance Passed with a motion by Teresa Grabowski and a second by Justin Caspersen. Yea: 5, Nay: 0 Board Reports: State School Board Convention will only be offered in person this year. Elementary Principal Abbey Cron provided updates for current events in the elementary, which included Ag safety day, field/fun day, awards and talent show, special education, end of year items, and student and staff celebrations. Secondary Principal Cory Bohling provided updates for current events in the high school which included ELA program update, assessment update, upcoming career fair and graduation. Superintendent Ruhl provided an update on his attendance balance and reported on OPAA annual meeting, staffing updates, achievement night, student advisory meeting, strategic plan updates, finance committee updates, and maintenance updates. Gym Update: Superintendent Ruhl provided updates on the gym project which included sprinkler system is complete, painting is mostly complete, score vision boards donated from Pathway Bank, mat padding donated from Archer Credit Union, replacing exit doors, and selling of the existing gym floor. Next Regular Board Meeting: June 14. 2021 Motion to adjourn meeting at 6:31 p.m. Passed with a motion by Teresa Grabowski and a second by Justin Caspersen. Yea: 5, Nay: 0 13 ZNEZ

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