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DISTRICT 93

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 93 CARLTON, MINNESOTA JANUARY 22, 2007 REORGANIZATION MEETING The Board of Education of Independent School District 93, Carlton, Minnesota, met on Monday, January 22, 2007, for the purpose of reorganization. The superi...

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

DISTRICT 93

CARLTON, MINNESOTA

JANUARY 22, 2007

REORGANIZATION MEETING

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The Board of Education of Independent School District 93, Carlton, Minnesota, met on Monday, January 22, 2007, for the purpose of reorganization. The superintendent called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. with the following members present: Kiehn, Schmitz, Soderstrom, Hagenah, Tischer. Absent: Schmidt.

Administration of oath to newly elected members Schmitz and Tischer were done by the superintendent.

Election of officers were held as follows:

Kiehn nominated Schmitz for chairperson. Hagenah nominated Kiehn for chairperson. Soderstrom moved to close nominations, seconded by Kiehn. A secret ballot was held which resulted in the following vote: Schmitz, Kiehn, Soderstrom, Tischer voted for Schmitz. Hagenah voted for Kiehn. Motion to elect Schmitz passed.

Soderstrom nominated Kiehn for vice chairperson. Hagenah moved to close nominations and that a unanimous ballot be cast for Kiehn. Motion seconded by Tischer. Motion passed.

Kiehn nominated Soderstrom for clerk. Hagenah moved to close nominations and that a unanimous ballot be cast for Soderstrom. Motion was seconded by Tischer. Motion passed.

Soderstrom nominated Hagenah for treasurer. Schmitz nominated Tischer for treasurer. Hagenah moved to close nominations, seconded by Soderstrom. A secret ballot was held which resulted in the following vote: Schmitz, Tischer, Hagenah, Kiehn voted for Tischer. Soderstrom voted for Hagenah. Motion to elect Tischer passed.

Kiehn offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:

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BE IT RESOLVED the Board of Education approves the seating of newly elected board members B. Tischer and R. Schmitz.

The resolution was supported by Hagenah and duly declared adopted on the following vote: Yea: Schmitz, Kiehn, Soderstrom, Hagenah, Tischer. Nay: none.

Motion by Kiehn, second by Hagenah that the agenda be approved as amended. Motion passed.

Tischer offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:

BE IT RESOLVED the Board of Education hereby fixes the third Monday of the month as the date; 7:00 p.m. as the time during the entire year of 2007; and the district board room as the place for the regular Board of Education meetings of Independent School District 93, Carlton, Minnesota.

The resolution was supported by Kiehn and duly declared adopted on the following vote: Yea: Schmitz, Kiehn, Soderstrom, Hagenah, Tischer. Nay: none.

Committee appointments for 2007 were made as follows:

Special Education: Tischer

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P.L. 874 & Title IX: Schmitz, alternate: Kiehn

Policy: Full Board

Finance: Hagenah, Schmitz, Kiehn, alternate:

Soderstrom

Community Education: Schmitz, alternate:

Kiehn

Non-certified Negotiations: Soderstrom,

Schmidt, Kiehn

Certified Negotiations: Hagenah, Tischer,

Schmitz

M.S.H.S.L.: Hagenah, alternate: Soderstrom

Facilities: Full Board

Carlton Foundation: Hoch w/full board

assistance

Extra-curricular: Soderstrom, Hagenah,

alternate: Schmitz

Technology: Schmitz

Recertification: Kiehn, alternate: Schmitz

Meet & Confer: Kiehn, Soderstrom, Hagenah

Referendum: Full Board

Soderstrom offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:

BE IT RESOLVED the Board of Education approves the minutes of the regular Board of Education meeting held on December 18, 2006.

The resolution was supported by Kiehn and duly declared adopted on the following vote: Yea: Schmitz, Kiehn, Soderstrom, Hagenah, Tischer. Nay: none.

Reports were heard from the building administrators.

Update was given by S. Hoch, R. Schmitz, and P. Kiehn on the Leadership Conference they attended.

Discussion was held about forming a committee to look into the idea of the sixth grade moving to the high school for the 2006-2007 school year.

Soderstrom offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:

BE IT RESOLVED the Board of Education approves the nonresident enrollment agreement of J.C., grade 9, Carlton to Esko; K.C., grade 9, Carlton to Esko; and C.K., grade 10, Carlton to Esko.

The resolution was supported by Kiehn and duly declared adopted on the following vote: Yea: Schmitz, Kiehn, Soderstrom, Hagenah, Tischer. Nay: none.

Soderstrom offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:

BE IT RESOLVED the Board of Education approves the nonresident enrollment agreement of J.L., grade 6, Cloquet to Carlton; A.L., grade 6, Cloquet to Carlton; J.S., grade K, Barnum to Carlton; C.M., grade 6, Cloquet to Carlton; T.C., grade 7, Eveleth to Carlton; M.C., grade 8, Eveleth to Carlton; B.M., grade 10, Cook County to carlton.

The resolution was supported by Hagenah and duly declared adopted on the following vote: Yea: Schmitz, Kiehn, Soderstrom, Hagenah, Tischer. Nay: none.

Kiehn offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:

BE IT RESOLVED the Board of Education approves the Statutory Operating Debt Plan of Recovery

The resolution was supported by Hagenah and duly declared adopted on the following vote: Yea: Schmitz, Kiehn, Soderstrom, Hagenah, Tischer. Nay: none.

Soderstrom offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:

BE IT RESOLVED the Board of Education approves the Treasurer's Report as presented; payroll paid on checks #33063 through #33094 in the amount of $311,929.15 and approved the current district bills paid on checks #39843 through #39936 in the amount of $136,905.19 as presented and orders them paid.

The resolution was supported by Tischer and duly declared adopted on the following vote: Yea: Schmitz, Kiehn, Soderstrom, Hagenah, Tischer. Nay: none.

Motion by Hagenah, second by Soderstrom, that there being no further business the meeting be declared adjourned. Motion passed.

Randy Schmitz, Chairperson

Mike Soderstrom, Clerk

Published in the Pine Journal on January 31, 2007

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