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WRENSHALL ISD 100 SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES JULY 18, 2016

WRENSHALL ISD 100SCHOOL BOARD MINUTESJULY 18, 2016 The Wrenshall Board of Education, Independent School District No. 100, Wrenshall, Minnesota held its regular board meeting in the Wrenshall Library Media Center on Monday, July 18, 2016. Chairper...

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WRENSHALL ISD 100
SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES
JULY 18, 2016

The Wrenshall Board of Education, Independent School District No. 100, Wrenshall, Minnesota held its regular board meeting in the Wrenshall Library Media Center on Monday, July 18, 2016. Chairperson Laveau called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m.

Members present: Matthew Laveau, Renae House, Janaki Fisher-Merritt, Tony Sheda and Troy Powers. Absent: Michelle Blanchard

MOTION by House seconded by Sheda to approve the amended agenda, removing action items f. and i. Motion carried unanimously.

MOTION by Fisher-Merritt seconded by Powers to approve the consent agenda including checks #46208-46285. Motion carried unanimously.

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Report of Superintendent:
School bus camera quote was shared with board members
Facility improvement planning update was provided including preliminary building options, preliminary tax impact analysis, and school property tax comparison documents
Next community meeting for district improvement planning: July 25th at 6:00 p.m. in the Library Media Center
No network connectivity August 10th-11th

Superintendent Belcastro recognized:
Denise North for helping with the Secondary Language Arts interviews

Revised Policy 524, Internet Acceptable Use and Safety, was provided.

Student handbook updates for 2016-2017 were reviewed.

Chair Laveau opened the sealed fuel, milk and bakery bids for 2016-2017 school year. One bid was received for each.

MOTION by Fisher-Merritt seconded by House to accept fuel, milk, and bakery bids for 2016-2017 school year. Motion carried unanimously.

MOTION by Laveau seconded by Sheda to approve revised Policy 524 Internet Acceptable Use and Safety. Motion carried unanimously.

MOTION by Fisher-Merritt seconded by Powers to approve 2016-2017 student handbook with revised lunch prices to be set 7-18-16. Motion carried unanimously.

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MOTION by Laveau seconded by Fisher-Merritt to adopt resolution relating to Long Term Facilities Maintenance Plan for fiscal years ended June 30, 2017-2026 with total annual expenses as submitted. Motion carried unanimously.

MOTION by House seconded by Powers to accept resignation, with sincere regret and thanks for his service, of Adam Helbach, Secondary Language Arts Teacher, effective June 30, 2016. Motion carried unanimously.

MOTION by Laveau seconded by Fisher-Merritt to approve coaching recommendation of Anna Baratto-George as Assistant Volleyball Coach per Ed MN-Wrenshall Teacher's Master Agreement, effective with the 2016-2017 school year. Motion carried unanimously.

MOTION by Fisher-Merritt seconded by House to approve coaching recommendation of Erik Holter as Cross Country Coach per Ed MN-Wrenshall Teacher's Master Agreement, effective with the 2016-2017 school year. Motion carried unanimously.

MOTION by Powers seconded by Fisher-Merritt to set 2016-2017 elementary lunch price at $2.40 and high school lunch price at $2.55 per Paid Lunch Equity requirements. Motion carried unanimously.

MOTION by House seconded by Sheda to approve Just Kids Dental 2016-2017 Memorandum of Understanding. Motion carried unanimously.

Open Forum
Board member House inquired about the school garden and about a staff member's request for information regarding potential trail-building
Holyoke Town Hall is available for our regular August 15th School Board meeting

MOTION by Sheda seconded by House to adjourn at 7:52 p.m. Motion carried unanimously.

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Minutes approved at the August 15, 2016 regular meeting.

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