Small Town Times November 2017 - Page 5

GENERAL FUND CLAIMS OCTOBER 2017 ACTIVITY GENERAL 5,570.00; ALERT SOLUTIONS INC 600.00; ALMQUIST, MALTZAHN, GALLOWAY & LUTH, P.C. 266.50; ANSLEY LUMBER AND SUPPLY 46.16; ANSLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS 6,333.14; ANSMAR PUBLISHERS, INC 67.00; ASK SUPPLY CO 286.22; BEAVER BEARING CO 11.22; BLACK HILLS ENERGY 402.39; BLICK ART MATERIALS 19.36; BROKEN BOW FLORAL 35.00; BUILDERS HOW-TO WAREHOUSE 61.06; CHARTER BUSINESS 481.28; CORNHUSKER MARRIOTT, THE 105.00; CULLIGAN WATER CONDITIONING 140.00; CUSTER PUBLIC POWER 3,132.94; DAS STATE ACCOUNTING-CENTRAL FINANCE 234.93; EDUCATIONAL SERVICE UNIT 10 7,318.33; EGAN SUPPLY CO. 22.30; FARMERS CO-OP ASSOCIATION 1,058.92; GAPPA, MIKE 367.00; GOVCONNECTION, INC 2,260.96; GRONES OUTDOOR POWER 9.15; HEWLETT- PACKARD FINANCIAL SERVICAL COMPUTER LEASE COMPANY 2,579.04; HOWARD TRANSPORTATION INC, 20.10; ISLAND SUPPLY WELDING CO. 418.11; JERRY M. ROLFSMEYER 501.10; JOEDEMAN, JESSE 527.00; JW PEPPER & SON INC 3.78; KOHLS, JOAN 257.40; MENARDS 67.36; MISKO SPORT, INC 209.95; MOSAIC 1,102.23; NE COUNCIL SCHOOL ADMINISTRAT 350.00; NEBRASKA AIR FILTER, INC 285.22; NEBRASKA CENTRAL TELEPHONE 161.05;NEBRASKA SAFETY CENTER 300.00; OFFICE NET 695.34; OUTDOOR LIFE 11.97; P & D MARKET 64.84; PERRY, GUTHERY, HAASE & GESSFORD, P.C. , L.L.O 300.00; PETTY CASH FUND 1,408.84; PLEASANTON LIONS CLUB 86.53; RAVENNA NEWS 23.50; RESOURCES FOR EDUCATIONS 125.00; SP CONTROLS 60.00; TWIN LOUPS QUALITY MEATS 334.56; VILLAGE OF LITCHFIELD 535.95; PAYROLL 182, 135.10 Superintendent’s Report OCTOBER 2017 Public Complaint Jose and Kim Santiago and Dee Dee Howard would like to discuss a personnel issue with the board. Recognition for the LEA for the 2019 – 2020 Negotiations Please see the letter in the packet sent by the LEA for approval of the LEA to be the bargaining agent for the LEA for the 2019-2020 contract year. You have already recognized them for the 2018-2019 contract year but if you do negotiate a two year contract this will be necessary. Motion: I recommend that the Litchfield Education Association to be the exclusive bargaining agent for the districts non-supervisory certificated staff for the 2019-2020 contract year. Negotiations BC/BS will be having their meeting at the end of this week to set rates and benefit packages. They would then be willing to come give a presentation to board, faculty or negotiation committees. Early November is what they would be thinking. District Audit The school district’s audit has been scheduled for October 19 th and an in-house audit of the district’s financial records for the 2016-17 school year will occur that day. Gym Floor Warranty from Anderson Ladd In your packet is a letter from Mike Larson at Anderson Ladd explaining their terms of an extended warranty to September 1 st , 2018. Condition would be that they do the annual screen and recoat next summer. If you agree to this we will need to pay off the final payment ($3,027.65) of the original billing and we will contract them to do the annual maintenance on the floor for the summer of 2018. Basketball Goals Support System I’ve contacted the construction company, (Simpson Structures Inc now merged with Crafts Construction), who constructed the Blue Building on additional support for the goals to be put up. They have contacted Olsson Associates, the engineer consultants, and they said we need to select type of goal system we want through a goal provider company then they could give us an bid for the type of support system that would be required. I am currently looking into goal providers. Welding Equipment Attached is a quote from Island Supply Welding Company on a new welder and supplies. State Education Conference November 15 th to 17 th . I have registered Bill, Todd and myself for the conference and have hotel reservations. Ansley board has invited us to eat with them on Wednesday evening. NCSA New Superintendent & ESU Director Workshop I will be attending this workshop on the 17 th in Lincoln. 5