ALBURNETT COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT Regular Board Meeting Agenda Board Room Monday, April 16, 2018 6:00 p.m. Mission Statement: The Alburnett Community School District will provide educational opportunities which enable students to become confident, competent, and responsible contributors to society.

Tentative Agenda: I.

Call to Order / Roll Call

II.

Approve Agenda

III.

Welcome Visitors A. Public Comments to the Board Blue Cards are provided to facilitate public comments to the board. These cards are located in the hall and should be given to the Board Secretary prior to the start of the Regular Meeting. During this Public Comment portion of the agenda, the board may receive comments on items that are not on the agenda. If a member of the public wishes to speak on an agenda item, the Board will hear their comments when that item is addressed. Twenty minutes are allotted for public comments either now or further in the meeting with a 5-minute time limit per person, if needed. The board may choose to extend this time if they wish, but that is a board decision. The board does not need to respond to any comments made. All parties are reminded that public comment specific to any employee is not appropriate in an open meeting. Members of the public are encouraged to visit directly with employees and/or administrators to resolve their concerns.

IV.

Board Reports A. Department Heads – none B. Curriculum Departments – none C. Principals D. Business Manager E. Board Members F. Superintendent 1. Legislative updates 2. HUMANeX Follow Up We will provide an update on the process experience by our staff, as well as highlights from the findings. 3. Graduation We will review the logistics of our graduation ceremony, which is May 20 at 2:00, and confirm the role of individual board members if you are able to attend. 4. Operational Sharing – Counselor We have been notified that Central City will not be continuing the 28E Agreement to share a school counselor. Administration is giving consideration for the appropriate FTE for counseling services based upon the level of student services needed. Survey information on counselor FTE for conference schools will also be reviewed. 5. Other

V.

Consent Agenda Approval of the Consent Agenda approves all of the agenda items listed under this heading without further discussion or review. Any board member may remove any item from the Consent Agenda and that item will be considered separately after the vote on the Consent Agenda. If Board members have questions about the items on the Consent Agenda, they should ask about them prior to the meeting or ask that the specific item for which they have a question be removed from the Consent Agenda. Administration recommends that the Board approve the Consent Agenda items as listed below.

A. Minutes 1. March 19, 2018 Regular Meeting 2. April 10, 2018 Special Meeting 3. April 10, 2018 Special Meeting B. Financial Reports C. Invoices D. Resignations 1. Kristin Koppes, Cross Country Coach 2. Colton Martin, Asst. Football Coach 3. Josh Henriksen, MS Wrestling Coach E. Contract Approvals 1. Brittany Guler, Guidance Counselor 2. Colton Martin, MS Football Coach 3. Emilee Upah, Language Arts Teacher F. Out of State/Overnight Trips – none VI.

Dialogue/Action Items A. Second Reading – New Board Policy 710.5: Code of Standards of Conduct for Food Service Department Food Service Director, Denise Rawson, has recommended the policy in Attachment A. B. List of Seniors for Graduation, Conditional Upon Completion of all Requirements The list of seniors in included as Attachment B. Your approval does not guarantee graduation. Graduation is contingent upon completion of all graduation requirements. C. 2018-2019 Handbook Administration is not recommending any changes. A copy of the current handbook is online at alburnettcsd.org/parents/ D. Three-Year-Old Preschool Mr. Henriksen has prepared a proposal to add a three-year-old preschool program and AK classroom to our district offerings. We will review details with the board and will be recommending approval. E. Recommendation for Termination of Teacher Contract The Board will receive a written recommendation for the termination of contract for Elisha Vasser, probationary teacher. F. Action on Recommendation for Termination of Teacher Contract The board will be asked to take action on the recommended termination of the contract for Elisha Vasser, probationary teacher. G. Employee Insurance Benefits We have received a proposal for our current policy offerings as a stand alone quote rather than quoted through the Mercer Trust as we have in the past. We will provide the board with a review of these reduced premiums and will also be discussing the option of moving district business to Neighbor Insurance.

H. Disposition of Obsolete Equipment – Athletic Uniforms In July of 2016, the board approved the sale of excess athletic uniforms and apparel to be sold at home events that fall. Administration recommends that the board now give the remaining excess items to the Booster Club so that they can sell them as a Booster Club fundraiser. In addition, and moving forward, administration recommends giving the Booster Club uniforms that are being replaced within the recently developed purchase rotation (Attachment C). Once each replacement set is delivered, the old uniforms would be transferred to the Booster Club, which they could then sell as a Booster Club fundraiser. I. Disposition of Obsolete Equipment – Online Auction Items During the 2013-2014 school year, the board approved the use of online auction, www.govdeals.com, to allow public access for bidding on items the district was no longer using. At the present time, administration recommends the board authorize the online auction sale of: • Elliptical • Hip sled • 3 basketball hoops with lowering attachment • Adjustable bench with curl attachment (no bar) J. Lawn Mowing Service Two proposals were submitted. While both are slightly different, we have used the information provided in each proposal to generate an approximation for the total cost and will explain the total estimated cost of both during the board meeting. Banes Landscaping $40.00/hr. Not school equipment Cook & Airy Mowing $600/mow Mix of school & non-school equipment K. Mentoring and Induction Consortium Agreement with Grant Wood AEA Attachment D contains an agreement to continue the intensive support and mentoring system delivered through GWAEA. Services include support such as 60-90 minutes per teacher per week of mentoring in classrooms, observation and feedback, mentoring with lesson planning, analysis of student data, etc. L. Cooperative Sponsorship of Activities – Cedar Valley Christian School, Soccer The board is asked to renew the sharing agreement with Cedar Valley Christian School for soccer for the 2018-2019 school year M. 2018-2019 Fee Schedule Attachment E contains recommendations for the 2018-2019 school year. We will review supporting information during the board meeting. N. Board Self-Evaluation Process Copies of the summary will be printed and available during this portion of the meeting. VII.

Confirm Date and Time of Next Meeting The next Regular Board Meeting will be at 6:00 p.m. on May 21, 2018.

VIII. Adjourn

ALBURNETT COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT Regular Board Meeting Board Room Monday, March 19, 2018 6:00 p.m. Mission Statement: The Alburnett Community School District will provide educational opportunities which enable students to become confident, competent, and responsible contributors to society.

Agenda: I.

Call to Order / Roll Call: The regular monthly board meeting was called to order at 6:00 pm by Kala Liebe, Board President. Members present by Roll Call were: Yon Abel, Tom Flannery, Kala Liebe and Jason Martin. Others Present: Principals Josh Henriksen and Ken Kasper, Superintendent Dani Trimble and Business Manager/Board Secretary Jim Mauss. Aaron Balderston arrived at 6:05 pm.

II.

Approve Agenda Jason Martin moved and Tom Flannery seconded to approve the agenda as presented. Included in the approved agenda was a physics day at Six Flags field trip in Gurney, IL on April 26, which was not listed in the initial posted agenda. Votes of Aye were: Yon Abel, Tom Flannery, Kala Liebe and Jason Martin. There were no Nay votes. Motion carried.

III.

Welcome Visitors A. Public Hearing for 2018-2019 Calendar – Hours vs. Days — 6:00 p.m. Board president Kala Liebe opened the public hearing for the 2018-19 calendar-hours vs. days at 6:00 pm. No one from the public commented. President Liebe closed the 2018-19 calendar hearing at 6:05 pm. B. Public Hearing for 2017-2018 Budget Amendment — 6:05 p.m. Board president Kala Liebe opened the public hearing for the 2017-18 budget amendment at 6:05 pm. No one from the public commented. President Liebe closed the 2017-18 budget amendment hearing at 6:10 pm. C. Public Hearing for Sale of Property — 6:10 p.m. Board president Kala Liebe opened the public hearing for the sale of property at 6:10 pm. Kirk Sauer, Linn Cooperative Oil Co., was in attendance and available for possible questions regarding the sale. No one from the public had questions or commented. President Liebe closed the hearing for the sale of property at 6:12 pm. D. Public Comments to the Board None

IV.

Board Reports A. Department Heads – Mike Mitchell, Transportation Coordinator. Mike explained that the bus inspection date changed which will allow more time to pre-inspect all the vehicles. He presented to the board the list of current vehicles in the fleet along with the primary use for each vehicle. Mr. Mitchell was hopeful for the voter PPEL to keep the district’s transportation fleet updated. Mike was thankful to the county for providing updates when there were local road construction projects taking place in the area. B. Curriculum Departments – Preschool Program & Teacher Leader Program Shelby Patterson, Preschool Teacher, gave updates on the 2017-18 school year for the preschool program, which currently has 42 students. Mrs. Patterson talked about the projects the kids have been working on and explained how the preschool program uses a Gold Creative Curriculum. Shelby also spoke how the preschool teachers complete their own student assessments and that the timing of report cards align differently from the rest of the school.

Jessie Myers and Genevieve Monthie, Teacher Leadership Program, presented on the program and some of the things they do to help teachers such as targeted coaching cycle emails, classroom observations and walkthroughs. The program uses the Iowa Reading Research Center to help improve literacy skills as well as guidance to help and evaluate literacy practices. Mrs. Myers and Monthie are in the second year of the program and are helping develop Professional Learning Community Leaders here at Alburnett. C. Principals – Josh Henriksen, Elementary Principal, informed the board that there were 26 students at the 3-year-old preschool round up. Mr. Henriksen explained that it would be the goal to start the 3-yearold preschool program with at least 20 student participating. Numbers for 4-year-old preschool next school year should be in the upper 30’s to low 40’s and the upper 40’s for kindergarten. Ken Kasper, High School Principal, announced that the middle and high school is wrapping up the third quarter of the 2017-18 school year. Mr. Kasper also mentioned that spring sports kicked off this week with approximately half of the students participating. D. Business Manager – Jim Mauss, Business Manager, reported that the district is in the final stages of receiving insurance quotes for the 2018-19 school year. Mr. Mauss also mentioned how the insurance quotes impact the district’s annual budget. E. Board Memebers – None F. Superintendent – Dr. Dani Trimble 1. Legislative updates Dr. Dani Trimble presented some of the items currently being discussed by the Iowa legislature. Some of the topics mentioned were operational sharing, negative lunch accounts, suicide prevention training for teachers and voting for bonds being limited to the month of November. 2. Special Election updates Dr. Trimble notified the board that there will be satellite voting for the special election in the lunch room the Tuesday night of parent/teacher conferences. 3. Lawn Mowing Service Dr. Trimble acknowledged that there is an ad currently posted for lawn mowing services. We anticipate having proposals for the board to consider at the April 16 Regular Meeting. 4. Superintendent Growth Plan Dr. Trimble presented a copy of the superintendent growth plan that has been used traditionally for the evaluation process and reflections on the Standards for School Administrators. 5. Other-None V.

Consent Agenda Administration recommends that the Board approve the Consent Agenda items as listed below.

A. Minutes 1. February 1, 2018 Work Session 2. March 19, 2018 Regular Meeting B. Financial Reports C. Invoices D. Resignations 1. Gary Lindsey, Food Service E. Contract Approvals 1. Jaime Thompson, Food Service 2. Stephanie Avis, Food Service F. Out of State/Overnight Trips – none Jason Martin moved and Aaron Balderston seconded to approve the consent agenda as presented. Votes of Aye were Yon Abel, Aaron Balderston, Tom Flannery, Kala Liebe and Jason Martin. There were no Nay votes. Motion carried.

VI.

Dialogue/Action Items A. 2018-2019 School Calendar Jason Martin moved and Yon Abel seconded to approve the 2018-2019 school calendar as presented. Votes of Aye were Yon Abel, Aaron Balderston, Tom Flannery, Kala Liebe and Jason Martin. There were no Nay votes. Motion carried. B. 2017-2018 Budget Amendment Yon Abel moved and Aaron Balderston seconded to approve the 2017-2018 budget amendment as presented. Votes of Aye were Yon Abel, Aaron Balderston, Tom Flannery, Kala Liebe and Jason Martin. There were no Nay votes. Motion carried. C. Resolution for Sale of Property Aaron Balderston moved and Tom Flannery seconded to approve the sale of property for .10 acre to the Linn Cooperative Oil Company for $5,000. Votes of Aye were Yon Abel, Aaron Balderston, Tom Flannery, Kala Liebe and Jason Martin. There were no Nay votes. Motion carried. D. Publication of Hearing for 2018-2019 Budget Yon Abel moved and Aaron Balderston seconded to approve the publication of hearing for the 2018-19 budget as presented. Votes of Aye were Yon Abel, Aaron Balderston, Tom Flannery, Kala Liebe and Jason Martin. There were no Nay votes. Motion carried. E. Memorandum of Agreement with Junior Achievement Jason Martin moved and Aaron Tom Flannery seconded to approve the memorandum of agreement with Junior Achievement. Votes of Aye were Yon Abel, Aaron Balderston, Tom Flannery, Kala Liebe and Jason Martin. There were no Nay votes. Motion carried. F. First Reading – New Board Policy 710.5: Code of Standards of Conduct for Food Service Department Jason Martin moved and Yon Abel seconded to approve the First Reading of New Board Policy 710.5: Code of Standards of Conduct for Food Service Department. Votes of Aye were Yon Abel, Aaron Balderston, Tom Flannery, Kala Liebe and Jason Martin. There were no Nay votes. Motion carried. G. SAVE Projects Hard surface play area Yon Abel moved and Aaron Jason Martin seconded to approve the hard surface play area work to Dan Sherman in the amount of $31,000. Bid does include curb on the south end. Votes of Aye were Yon Abel, Aaron Balderston, Tom Flannery, Kala Liebe and Jason Martin. There were no Nay votes. Motion carried. Roof replacement Jason Martin moved and Yon Abel seconded to approve Lynch Roofing & Siding, Inc. for the roof replacement to the industrial tech, ag classrooms and shop areas in the amount of $49,950. Votes of Aye were Yon Abel, Aaron Balderston, Tom Flannery, Kala Liebe and Jason Martin. There were no Nay votes. Motion carried. Tuckpointing Aaron Balderston moved and Tom Flannery seconded to approve Tuckpointing for the repairs to the south wall of the center and east sections of the building in the amount of $27,029. Votes of Aye were Yon Abel, Aaron Balderston, Tom Flannery, Kala Liebe and Jason Martin. There were no Nay votes. Motion carried.

C. Board Self-Evaluation Process Aaron Balderston moved and Tom Flannery seconded to approve the continuation of the annual process of self-evaluation. Votes of Aye were Yon Abel, Aaron Balderston, Tom Flannery, Kala Liebe and Jason Martin. There were no Nay votes. Motion carried. VII.

Confirm Date and Time of Next Meeting The next Regular Board Meeting will be at 6:00 p.m. on April 16, 2018.

VIII. Adjourn Tom Flannery moved and Jason Martin seconded to adjourn the meeting at 8:10 pm. Votes of Aye were Yon Abel, Aaron Balderston, Tom Flannery, Kala Liebe and Jason Martin. There were no Nay votes. Motion carried.

These are unofficial minutes. The official minutes may be seen at the Board Secretary’s office.

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5.

Alburnett Community School District Special Board Meeting April 10, 2017 6:00 p.m. Call to Order: Board Vice President Jason Martin called the special meeting to order at 6:04 p.m. Members present: Yon Abel, Aaron Balderston, Tom Flannery and Jason Martin. Others in attendance were: Superintendent Dr. Dani Trimble and Board Secretary Jim Mauss. Board members absent were: Kala Liebe Approval of agenda: Aaron Balderston moved and Tom Flannery seconded to approve the agenda as presented. Votes of Aye were: Yon Abel, Aaron Balderston, Tom Flannery and Jason Martin. There were no Nay votes. Motion carried. Welcome Visitors: None A. Public Hearing on District Budget for the 2017-2018 School Year – 6:00 p.m. Board Vice President, Jason Martin opened the public hearing at 6:05 p.m. There were no comments from the public, Jason Martin closed the public hearing at 6:10 p.m. Dialogue Action Items: A. Resignation-Ken Kasper, Secondary Principal Yon Abel moved and Tom Flannery seconded to approve the resignation of Ken Kasper. Votes of Aye were: Yon Abel, Aaron Balderston, Tom Flannery and Jason Martin. There were no Nay votes. Motion carried. B. Resolution Authorizing the Redemption of General Obligation School Bonds: Dr. Trimble reviewed the resolution and cost savings for the local taxpayers. Aaron Balderston moved and Yon Abel seconded to approve the resolution authorizing the redemption of $150,000 General Obligation Bonds, Series 2007, dated May 1, 2007 and Levying a Tax for Fiscal Year 2018-19 for the Redemption of General Obligation School Bonds, Series 2007, dated May 1, 2007. Votes of Aye were: Yon Abel, Aaron Balderston, Tom Flannery and Jason Martin. There were no Nay votes. C. Approval of 2018-2019 District budget: Dr. Trimble presented budget options for the board to review for the 2018-2019 school year. Tom Flannery moved and Yon Abel seconded to approve the 2018-2019 district budget as presented with a tax rate of $13.77762. Votes of Aye were: Yon Abel, Aaron Balderston, Tom Flannery and Jason Martin. There were no Nay votes. Motion carried. Adjournment: Tom Flannery moved and Aaron Balderston seconded to adjourn the special meeting at 6:32 p.m. Votes of Aye were: Yon Abel, Aaron Balderston, Tom Flannery and Jason Martin. There were no votes of Nay. Motion carried. These are unofficial minutes. The official minutes may be seen in the Board Secretary’s office.

Alburnett Community School District Special Board Meeting April 10, 2018 1. Call to Order: Board Vice President, Jason Martin called the special meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. Members present by roll call: Yon Abel, Aaron Balderston, Tom Flannery and Jason Martin. Kala Liebe was absent. Others present were: Superintendent Dani Trimble and Board Secretary Jim Mauss. 2. Approval of agenda: Yon Abel moved and Tom Flannery seconded to approve the agenda as presented. Votes of Ay were: Yon Abel, Aaron Balderston, Tom Flannery and Jason Martin. There were no Nay votes. Motion carried. 3. Welcome Visitors: Members of the Teachers Negotiation Team – Jeff Hau, Joe Fagersten, Jeff Miles, Kellie Osbeck Initial Proposal of the Alburnett Educational Association: Kellie Osbeck presented on behalf of the AEA. Their initial proposal consisted of an increase in salary spending by approximately $81,947. The amount assumes a 3.5% increase to the total salary expenditure. Their proposal also included some language changes to the master contract. 4. Recess: Vice President Martin called for recess at 7:36 p.m. Meeting resumed at 7:44 p.m. 5. Dr. Trimble presented the Districts initial proposal to the Alburnett Education Association. Initial proposal consisted of: Base wage increase of 1.5% on the base and individual increase of 1.5% plus $600 for a total package increase of $75,867, a 3.05% increase. Language changes were also presented. 6. Next meeting between the Alburnett School Board and the Alburnett Educational Association will take place on April 18th at 6:00 pm. 7. Adjournment: Yon Abel moved and Tom Flannery seconded to adjourn the meeting at 8:16 p.m. Votes of Aye were: Yon Abel, Aaron Balderston, Tom Flannery and Jason Martin. There were no Nay votes. Motion carried. These are unofficial minutes. The official minutes may be seen in the Board Secretary’s office.



Alburnett Community School Cash Report Summary 2017-18 BEGINNING BALANCE

FUND GENERAL OPERATING FUND

July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar

$2,562,686.68 $2,790,588.33 $2,393,914.08 $2,040,293.65 $2,921,620.43 $2,942,382.90 $2,756,907.30 $2,592,831.57 $2,411,259.51

July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar

$180,508.39 $80,682.30 $52,547.39 $64,333.10 $118,388.57 $135,498.06 $122,449.83 $114,767.80 $114,580.06

July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar

$81,676.94 $40,134.61 $20,383.00 -$10,486.21 -$30,822.46 -$34,663.94 $1,794.81 $5,785.74 $5,114.78

INCREASES DEBITS

TOTALS MANAGEMENT FUND

$ $ $

TOTALS PPEL FUND

TOTALS

DEBT SERVICES FUND

July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar

$348,616.17 $40,308.12 $73,531.73 $140,161.94 $340,483.65 $376,556.55 $423,425.93 $477,700.89 $512,318.39

July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar

$88,952.42 $96,863.83 $102,858.20 $109,667.49 $107,288.30 $125,486.53 $129,892.41 $136,201.28 $103,005.40

TOTALS SAVE FUND

TOTALS ACTIVITY FUND

July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar

$87,462.12 $81,761.43 $70,978.76 $44,590.01 $34,144.84 $41,835.23 $31,532.37 $42,317.75 $39,210.23

July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar

$17,237.85 $26,120.39 $46,650.17 $40,816.08 $56,199.27 $51,939.34 $43,781.44 $48,331.30 $46,710.77

TOTALS NUTRITION FUND

TOTALS TRUST FUND (Scholarships)

TOTALS

July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar

$3,465.53 $3,465.53 $3,465.53 $3,465.53 $3,465.53 $3,465.53 $3,465.53 $3,465.53 $3,465.53

CHECKBOOK BALANCE

$958,428.84 $160,043.77 $555,755.81 $1,027,460.36 $527,936.59 $361,870.19 $397,644.98 $325,881.99 $781,118.87 $5,096,141.40

$730,527.19 $556,718.02 $909,376.24 $146,133.58 $507,174.12 $547,345.79 $561,720.71 $507,454.05 $701,418.80 $5,167,868.50

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

2,790,588.33 2,393,914.08 2,040,293.65 2,921,620.43 2,942,382.90 2,756,907.30 2,592,831.57 2,411,259.51 2,490,959.58

$2,819.68 $582.39 $12,509.51 $70,028.27 $20,410.29 $5,087.10 7,738.77 536.06 5,433.48 $125,145.55

$102,645.77 $28,717.30 $723.80 $15,972.80 $3,300.80 $18,135.33 15,420.80 723.80 723.80 $186,364.20

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

80,682.30 52,547.39 64,333.10 118,388.57 135,498.06 122,449.83 114,767.80 114,580.06 119,289.74

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

40,134.61 20,383.00 (10,486.21) (30,822.46) (34,663.94) 1,794.81 5,785.74 5,114.78 5,073.36

$

$42,646.32 $22,809.60 $40,719.00 $95,774.00 $20,091.48 $0.00 $2,219.29 $12,761.80 $4,321.70 241,343.19

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

40,308.12 73,531.73 140,161.94 340,483.65 376,556.55 423,425.93 477,700.89 512,318.39 43,969.83

$

$345,343.75 $0.00 $0.00 $21,055.00 $51,675.25 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $516,055.00 934,129.00

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

96,863.83 102,858.20 109,667.49 107,288.30 125,486.53 129,892.41 136,201.28 103,005.40 139,423.42

$

$33,195.88 $34,010.80 $33,195.88 $42,384.38 $33,195.88 $36,698.53 $34,795.56 $33,195.88 $33,195.88 313,868.67

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

81,761.43 70,978.76 44,590.01 34,144.84 41,835.23 31,532.37 42,317.75 39,210.23 30,038.81

$

$18,312.78 $20,859.93 $43,108.04 $41,281.32 $15,276.73 $26,973.88 $10,693.69 $10,873.38 $15,298.15 202,677.90

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

26,120.39 46,650.17 40,816.08 56,199.27 51,939.34 43,781.44 48,331.30 46,710.77 43,227.33

$

$8,586.47 $5,499.23 $27,578.41 $21,534.30 $37,448.56 $40,547.92 $27,163.27 $32,051.94 $33,234.04 233,644.14

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

3,465.53 3,465.53 3,465.53 3,465.53 3,465.53 3,465.53 3,465.53 3,465.53 3,465.53

$

$1,103.99 $3,057.99 $9,849.79 $75,437.75 $16,250.00 $36,458.75 $6,210.22 $12,090.84 $4,280.28 164,739.61

$

$37,035.70 $33,223.61 $66,630.21 $221,376.71 $87,748.15 $46,869.38 $54,274.96 $34,617.50 $47,706.44 629,482.66

$

$41,107.29 $40,005.17 $40,005.17 $40,005.19 $51,394.11 $41,104.41 $41,104.43 $0.00 $69,613.90 364,339.67

$

$12,612.09 $10,077.26 $16,719.29 $30,836.15 $22,967.12 $16,671.02 $21,479.07 $7,765.86 $6,126.73 145,254.59

$

$17,469.01 $26,029.01 $21,744.32 $36,917.49 $33,188.63 $32,390.02 $31,713.13 $30,431.41 $29,750.60 259,633.62

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

DECREASES CREDITS

-

$ $ $

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

-

School Finance Report March 31, 2018 74% of the School Year Complete Current Budget

Beginning FY Fund Balance

Exp This Mon

Y-T-D Revenue

Exp

Y-T-D

% Exp (Budget)

Balance (Budget)

1) Instructional (1000-1999)

$5,023,000

$607,818

$346,701

$2,832,388

56.4%

$2,190,612

2) Support Services(2000-2999)

$2,199,493

$176,500

$170,682

$1,487,416

67.6%

$712,077

3) Non-Instructional(3000-3999)

$312,000

$33,234

$33,160

$216,296

69.3%

$1,170,226

$516,055

$8,351

$1,019,347

87.1%

5) AEA Flow through

$236,597

$19,716

$19,716

$177,448

75.0%

6) Interfund Transfers (6240)

$398,351

$33,196

$33,196

$298,763

4) Other Expenditures((4000-5299)

Total

$8,704,719

Operating Fund-10

$1

Exp. Last Month

$

1,386,519

$

611,806

$

Balance (Revenues)

Balance (Fund)

$95,704 w/o transf

$150,879 $59,149 $99,588

6,031,658

69.3%

w/o transf

$3,308,009

$6,169,686

$2,433,982

$4,113,927

$783,690

$522,091

$4,038,514

65.5%

2,131,172

Activity-21

$360,000

$80,934

$100,489

$15,298

$9,873

$119,092

33.1%

240,908

(18,603)

62,331

Management-22

$199,553

$183,328

93.1%

13,751

(64,038)

119,290

Trust-27

$121,764

$5,000

$19,284

SAVE-33

$499,851

$212,307

$323,232

PPEL-36

$225,000

$82,781

Debt Service-40

$933,629

$352,456

Nutrition-61

$312,000 $8,704,719

Total

$0

$724 $0

$724 $0

$185,802 $0

75,413

2,509,395

0.0%

5,000

0

19,284

$33,196

$33,196

$296,487

59.3%

203,364

26,745

239,052

$131,204

$4,322

$12,762

$241,343

107.3%

(16,343)

(110,139)

(27,358)

$625,643

$516,055

$0

$934,129

100.1%

(500)

(308,486)

43,970

$23,071

$224,509

$33,234

$33,160

$216,291

69.3%

95,709

$3,388,143

$5,640,768

$1,386,519

$611,806

$6,031,658

69.3%

2,673,061

8,218 (390,890)

31,289 2,997,253

BOARD REPORT - BILLS TO BE PAID

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ALLIANT ENERGY

20180413

amazon amazon

20180413 201804130001 201804130002 201804130003 201804130004 201804130005 201804130006 201804130007 201804130008 201804130009 201804130013

24.20 464.79

Vendor Total:

amazon amazon amazon amazon amazon amazon amazon amazon amazon

464.79 129.60

Vendor Total: 14,695.61 Vendor Total: 35.98 poster boards (24 pack) for Invent 88.22 Iowa 2017-2018 Perkins 735.04

20180413

ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLY

20180413

Budget Car Rental

20180413

14,695.61

153.88 STEM Innovator supplies

11.36

Projector Mount Extensions - PreK, Kinde STEM Innovator supplies

49.90 10.65 21.39 17.90 9.76

8-channel mic mics

& receiver system, 8

(435.45)

Vendor Total: Anamosa Floral

129.60

698.63 39.00

Vendor Total:

39.00 7.92

Vendor Total:

7.92 86.91

Vendor Total: CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY CO, INC. 20180413 CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY CO, INC. 201804130001 CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY CO, INC. 201804130002

86.91 469.53 118.00 55.00

Vendor Total:

642.53

CENTURY LAUNDRY DISTRIBUTING

20180413

106.25

CENTURY LINK

1437002796

CITY OF ALBURNETT

20180413

COOPER & ASSOCIATES INC, C J

121878

Christopherson physical

CR/LC SOLID WASTE AGENCY

31375

DAVE REED'S BUS SHOP

20180413

Dispose old chemicals-M. Nall 676.10 Vendor Total: 12,118.81

DEPT OF EDUCATION-SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION DEPT OF EDUCATION-SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION

009900001711 09 009900001803 30

Vendor Total:

106.25 26.69

Vendor Total:

26.69

1,115.96 Vendor Total: 100.00 Vendor Total:

Vendor Total:

1,115.96 100.00 676.10 12,118.81

40.00 640.00

BOARD REPORT - BILLS TO BE PAID

Alburnett CSD

Page: 2

Posted - All; Processing Month 04/2018

04/13/2018 2:00 PM Vendor Name

Invoice

Description

User ID: JIMM Amount Check Total 680.00 208.08 Vendor Total: 208.08 1,004.91 Vendor Total: 1,004.91 54.81 53.80 Vendor Total:

DOORS, INC.

20180413

FARMERS MUTUAL TELEPHONE CORP.

20180413

Ferguson Enterprises, Inc Ferguson Enterprises, Inc

20180413 201804130001

fusionfarm

INV-02506136

Gateway Hotel and Conference

20180413

GRANT GRANT GRANT GRANT GRANT GRANT GRANT GRANT GRANT

126606 126607 126608 126609 126654 126657 126706 126847 126857

Vendor Total:

WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD

AREA AREA AREA AREA AREA AREA AREA AREA AREA

EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION

AGENCY AGENCY AGENCY AGENCY AGENCY AGENCY AGENCY AGENCY AGENCY

GRAYBILL ELECTRONICS INC

457473

Handley Dirt Work Plus LLC Handley Dirt Work Plus LLC

1295 20180413

Hy-Vee

20180413

IA SCHOOL FINANCE INFORMATION SERVS, INC

20180413

IFCSE

20180413

IOWA ASCD

20180413

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSO

20180413

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC ASSOCIATION IOWA HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC ASSOCIATION

20180413

J.W. PEPPER & SON, INC.

11D53042

J.W. PEPPER & SON, INC.

11D60387

J.W. PEPPER & SON, INC.

20180413

108.61 40.00

Vendor Total: Room-Spring IASBO Conference-Mauss 260.61 Vendor Total: Fact Fluency Math Class 50.00 Building Staff Efficacy 40.00 PD, seminar series 80.00 Letrs training for 5 people 450.00 Visible Learning for Reading PD 100.00 1,667.46 5,170.15 Solo Taxonomy learning at GWAEA 200.00 200.00 Vendor Total: 225.00 Vendor Total: 68.00 308.75 Vendor Total: 52.15 Vendor Total: 773.51 Vendor Total:

JOHNS LOCK & KEY INC

20180413

Johnstone Supply

20180413

225.00

376.75 52.15

235.00 200.00

Student Council Adviser's Conference

200.00 50.00

Vendor Total: IHSMA Large Group Registration 120.00 Large Group Festival registration fee. Vendor Total: Music for middle school and high school Music for Solo/Ensemble & Large Group Music for State FFA Choir

50.00

95.00 215.00 90.90 79.02 8.09

Vendor Total: 055754

7,957.61

773.51

Vendor Total:

JAYMAR BUSINESS FORMS INC

260.61

235.00 Vendor Total:

201804130001

40.00

178.01 280.69

Vendor Total:

280.69 53.86

Vendor Total: Motor & Belt for compressor Vendor Total:

53.86 220.69 220.69

BOARD REPORT - BILLS TO BE PAID

Alburnett CSD

Page: 3

Posted - All; Processing Month 04/2018

04/13/2018 2:00 PM Vendor Name LEFTY'S CONVENIENCE STORE INC

Invoice 20180413

LINN NEWS-LETTER LINN NEWS-LETTER

709 796

LOWES HOME IMPROVEMENT STORE

20180413

Marco Inc.

INV5115647

MARION IRON COMPANY

20180413

Marquee Pizzeria

20180413

MARRIOTT HOTEL SERVICES, INC.

20180413

Mauss, Jim

20180413

Mauss, Jim

201804130001

MCDOWELL, KRISTI

20180413

MENARDS - CEDAR RAPIDS MENARDS - CEDAR RAPIDS MENARDS - CEDAR RAPIDS

20180413 201804130001 73278

Moose Mechanical LLC

1400

PAPER CORPORATION, THE PAPER CORPORATION, THE

20180413 201804130001 201804130002 201804130003 201804130004 201804130005

User ID: JIMM

Description Vendor Total:

Vendor Total: Vendor Total: Vendor Total: Vendor Total: Sat SLC Lunch Vendor Total: Vendor Total: Mileage Reimbursement-IASBO Spring Conf. Mileage Reimbursement

Amount Check Total 33.01 33.01 802.23 309.80 1,112.03 82.26 82.26 107.43 107.43 299.52 299.52 20.72 20.72 117.59 117.59 99.20 18.56

Vendor Total: Mileage Reimbursement

117.76 404.80

Vendor Total:

PAPER CORPORATION, THE PAPER CORPORATION, THE PAPER CORPORATION, THE PAPER CORPORATION, THE

404.80 66.98 177.48

621.78 Vendor Total: 1,388.72 Vendor Total: 1,112.06 2,088.30

866.24 1,388.72

285.46 368.10 1,141.64 73.62 Vendor Total: J. Mauss meal @ Spring IASBO conference Vendor Total:

5,069.18

Perkins Restaurant

20180413

19.77

RUDD SANITATION, INC.

20180413 20180413

book fair

Vendor Total: 2,541.30

530.00

SCHOLASTIC INC

200003086

Vendor Total: Spring Legal Lab-N. Breuer 110.00 Vendor Total:

2,541.30

SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS OF IOWA SCHOOL HEALTH CORP

3417735-00

Gloves

SOLBERGS

457413

State Hygenic Laboratory

133018

The Westin Chicago Northwest,

20180413

Thorp, Nicolas

20180413

19.77 530.00

110.00

127.52 Vendor Total:

127.52 169.72

Vendor Total:

169.72 13.00

Vendor Total:

13.00 492.84

Vendor Total: March Mileage Reimbursement

492.84 90.16

BOARD REPORT - BILLS TO BE PAID

Alburnett CSD

Page: 4

Posted - All; Processing Month 04/2018

04/13/2018 2:00 PM Vendor Name

Invoice

User ID: JIMM

Description

Amount Check Total 90.16 52.64 Total: 52.64 128.33 Total: 128.33 3,068.97 Total: 3,068.97 16.00 Total: 16.00 57.61 32.09

Vendor Total: Tilted Kilt

20180413

TIMBERLINE BILLING SERVICE LLC

13711

UNIVERSITY OF IOWA

18-6993

Wailin Jennys

20180413

WALMART COMMUNITY BRC WALMART COMMUNITY BRC

20180413 201804130001 201804130002 201804130003 201804130004 201804130005

Vendor Vendor

WALMART COMMUNITY BRC WALMART COMMUNITY BRC WALMART COMMUNITY BRC WALMART COMMUNITY BRC

WEBCARE.NET LLC

20180413

WEST MUSIC COMPANY

20180413

WEST MUSIC COMPANY

201804130001 201804130002

WEST MUSIC COMPANY

Vendor High school music for concert. Vendor

25.20 56.82 38.06 46.65 Vendor Total: 3,431.00 Vendor Total: Music for IHSMA Solo/Ensemble 15.98 Contest Large Group Contest/HS May Concert 232.00 Music Last piece for 6th Grade Band 45.00 Vendor Total:

Westin Hotels & Resorts Westin Hotels & Resorts

20180413 201804130001 201804130002

Westin Hotels & Resorts

292.98

9.99

20180413 201804130001

131.14 37.50 250.00

Vendor Total: Fund Total: Checking Open Mesh Inc

1

Fund: 36 PPEL 20180413

Wireless Access Points

287.50 65,432.04 776.81

Vendor Total: Fund Total:

776.81 776.81

Checking Account Total: Checking Checking

2

2 Fund: 61

66,208.85

NUTRITION FUND

amazon

201804130012

Mesh laundry bags for washing aprons Vendor Total:

26.61

HANSEN, SHANE

20180413

Refund Cameron's lunch account Vendor Total: Fund Total:

2.45

26.61 2.45 29.06

Checking Account Total: Checking Checking

29.06

3 3

ALBURNETT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

Fund: 21

3,431.00

51.92 69.23

Vendor Total: Younkers Westdale Younkers Westdale

256.43

STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

20180413

FSB Donation to Class of 2019 for Prom

100.00

BOARD REPORT - BILLS TO BE PAID

Alburnett CSD Vendor Name

Page: 5

Posted - All; Processing Month 04/2018

04/13/2018 2:00 PM Invoice

User ID: JIMM

Description Vendor Total:

amazon amazon

201804130010 201804130011

Amount Check Total 100.00 45.68 25.19

Vendor Total: Dominos Coralville

20180413

Dunkin Donuts

20180413

ebay

20180413

HILTON HOMEWOOD SUITES

20180413

HyVee Drugstore

20180413

JESUP HIGH SCHOOL

20180413

NAT'L ASSOC SECONDARY SCHOOL PRINCIPALS

20180413

NATIONAL FFA ORGANIZATION

20180413

North Linn FBLA

20180413

TableclothsFactory

20180413

VINTON SHELLSBURG SCHOOLS

20180413

WEST MUSIC COMPANY

SI1584336

State Conference Pizza

70.87 176.75

Vendor Total:

176.75 24.61

Vendor Total:

24.61 258.93

Vendor Total: State Conference Hotel Rooms 2,424.00 Vendor Total: 3.99 Vendor Total: Track Meet fees 5/4/18 100.00 Vendor Total: 455.00 Vendor Total: Items for Banquet and FFA ties and 802.80 scarf Vendor Total: NLC Airline tickets 780.80 Vendor Total: 81.70 Vendor Total: Track fees for 4/24/18 80.00 Vendor Total: Marimba (Percussion Instrument) 2,835.00 Vendor Total: Fund Total: Checking Account Total:

258.93 2,424.00 3.99 100.00

455.00

802.80 780.80 81.70 80.00 2,835.00 8,194.45 8,194.45

Code No. 710.5

Attachment A

Code of Standards of Conduct for Food Service Department The Alburnett School District seeks to conduct all procurement procedures: • in compliance with stated regulations; and • to prohibit conflicts of interest and actions of employees engaged in the selection, award and administration of contracts. No employee, officer, or agent may participate in the selection, award, or administration of a contract supported by a Federal, State, or local funds if he or she has a real or apparent conflict of interest. Such a conflict of interest would arise when the employee, officer, or agent, any member of his or her immediate family, his or her partner, or an organization which employs or is about to employ any of the parties indicated herein, has a financial or other interest in or a tangible personal benefit from a firm considered for a contract. The officers, employees, and agents of the non-Federal entity may neither solicit nor accept gratuities, favors, or anything of monetary value from contractors or parties to subcontracts. However, organizations may set standards for situations in which the financial interest is not substantial or the gift is an unsolicited item of nominal value. Disciplinary actions, as outlined in district policy will be applied for violations of such standards by officers, employees, or agents of the organization. Alburnett School District procedures seek to avoid acquisition of unnecessary or duplicative items. Consideration is given to choose a method of procurement to obtain a more economical purchase. Where appropriate, an analysis will be made to determine the most economical approach. Regulations: 2 CFR Part 200.318(c)(1), formerly 7 CFR Part 3016.36(b)(3) and & CFR Part 3019.42, State Procurement Code and Regulations, and Alburnett School District Department of Purchasing.

Approved 4/16/18

Reviewed_____

Revised ______

Attachment B

CLASS OF 2018 Clayton John Airy

Gunner Douglas Martin

Nicholas Edward Airy

Brandon Michael Mather

Makenna Breanne Blackford

Alexis Kathryn Miller

Ian Wayne Boline

Kippen Dean Miller

Kayla Dayle Buck

Maxwell Patrick Molander

Susie Mae Coats

Katie Anne Mulbrook

Anna Marie Curtis

Edward L. Niedert III

Chase Michael Demmel

Lacey Ann Paul

Harper J. Eastman

Shane Michael Petersen

Autumn Marie Engel

Joey Maxwell Rojek

Skyla Taylor-Marie Flatt

Shania Irene Sherman

Lexi Page Fuller

Damien Michael Sievers

Nieve Kathryn Funston

Tanner Ryan Sloan

Sydney Rayleen Glazier

Lucas Mitchell Stiffler

Jeremy Ray Gordon

Devon Michael Lee Strand

Payton Ellen Halblom

Delaney Nicole Sturtz

Ethan John Heims

Nicole Luann Sutter

Haley Marie Hollan

Kylee Danielle Trimble

Kayla Rose Hospodarsky

Abigail Barbara Warmenhoven

Alex Thomas Huber

Jack Lawrence Waskow

Adelia Rose Kroupa

Tiffani Ann Wink

Miah Jean Lawrence

Victoria Ann Wood

Autumn Grace Loehr

Allie Rose Wright

Cody David Martin

Attachment C

Coaches and Sponsors, The Alburnett district, in partnership with the Alburnett Booster Club, has developed revisions to the process that will be used in making purchases for our programs. Uniforms The attached schedule will be used beginning with the 2018-2019 school year. School year will be defined as August through July. The year indicated on the schedule is the year the uniforms will be purchased and put in use, therefore the procedure outlined below must be initiated far in advance of the season start date. Items included in district purchases are listed by sport. Replacement uniforms and additional quantities for increased participation will be considered each year. Procedure For all program purchases, uniforms or any other program need, regardless of the funding source: 1. Coach or Sponsor will notify the Activities Director of the need 2. Coach or Sponsor will work with the Activities Director to seek quotes (if needed) and complete the “Request for Funds” that is posted in the Staff Intranet 3. Activities Director will request approval from the Building Principal and Superintendent 4. Once approved by Superintendent, the Activities Director will a) submit the request for district purchase or b) present the request to the Booster Club 5. Booster Club may request the coach or sponsor be present at the Booster Club meeting in which the request is considered

4 YEARS Volleyball Football Cross Country G Basketball B Basketball Wrestling Golf G Track B Track Softball Baseball Football Cheer Wrestling Cheer Poms

2018-2019

2020-2021

2021-2022 2021-2022

2018-2019 2018-2019

2022-2023

2023-2024

2024-2025

2024-2025 2024-2025

2019-2020

2023-2024

2018-2019

2022-2023 2021-2022 2021-2022

2025--2026 2025--2026

2019-2020 2019-2020

2023-2024 2023-2024 2021-2022

2025--2026

2019-2020

2023-2024 2020-2021

2019-2020

2020-2021

2024-2025 2021-2022 2021-2022

2018-2019

District Purchases: Volleyball warm ups tops

2025-2026 2025--2026

2022-2023 2022-2023 2020-2021 2020-2021

2018-2019 JH Volleyball JH Football JH G Basketball JH B Basketball JH Wrestling JH G Track JH B Track JH Softball JH Baseball

2019-2020

2022-2023

2023-2024

2024-2025

2025-2026 2025--2026

2022-2023 2020-2021 2020-2021

2024-2025 2024-2025

2019-2020

2023-2024 2021-2022 2021-2022

2019-2020 2019-2020 Football tops - home tops - away bottoms - home bottoms - away belts

2025--2026 2025--2026 2023-2024 2023-2024

Cross Country warm ups (share with track) tops bottoms

Basketball tops - home tops - away bottoms - home bottoms - away

Wrestling Track warm up tops warm ups (share warm up bottomswith CC) singlets tops bottoms

Softball tops - home tops - away bottoms

Baseball tops - home tops - away bottoms

Attachment D

Attachment E Alburnett Annual Fees

2012-2013

Instructional Materials

K-6 7-12 7th Grade 8th Grade High School

$ $ $ $ $

2013-2014 30.00 K-5 35.00 6-8 35.00 45.00 35.00 9-12

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

$ $

30.00 K-12 40.00 Adult

45.00 PS-5 55.00 6-8

$ $

50.00 PS-5 60.00 6-8

$ 55.00 PS-5 $ 65.00 6-8

$ 60.00 PS-5 $ 70.00 6-8

$ $

65.00 PS-5 75.00 6-8

$ $

65.00 75.00

$

65.00 9-12

$

70.00 9-12

$ 75.00 9-12

$ 80.00 9-12

$

85.00 9-12

$

85.00

$ 30.00 $ 10.00

$ $

30.00 10.00

$ $

30.00 10.00

$ $

Yearly Passes

Lunch

Breakfast

K-5 6-8 9-12 Adult K-12

$ $ $ $ $

Adult Milk A la cart entrée Drivers' Ed 07-08 $175 08-09 $205 09-10 $205 10-11 $215

60 students 40 students 55 students 45 students

1.65 1.70 1.75 3.10 0.85

Recommended 18-19

$ $

Instrument Rent Uniform/Robe Fee K-12 Activity Ticket - 10 punches Adult

2017-2018

30.00 K-12 40.00 Adult K-12 Adult

$ $ $

K-5 6-8 9-12 Adult K-5 6-8 9-12 1.00 Adult 0.40 0.75

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

1.80 1.85 1.90 3.25 0.90 0.95 1.00 1.25 0.40 0.90

$

215

$

300

K-5 6-8 9-12 Adult K-5 6-8 9-12 Adult

$ $ $ $

30.00 40.00 70.00 90.00

K-12 Adult K-12 Adult

$ $ $ $

30.00 40.00 50.00 75.00

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

1.85 1.90 1.95 3.30 0.95 1.00 1.05 1.30 0.40 0.90

K-5 6-8 9-12 Adult K-5 6-8 9-12 Adult

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

1.95 2.00 2.05 3.40 1.05 1.10 1.15 1.40 0.40 1.25

$

300

$

300

K-12 Adult K-12 Adult Family

$ 30.00 $ 40.00 $ 50.00 $ 75.00 $ 175.00

K-12 Adult K-12 Adult Family

$ 30.00 $ 40.00 $ 50.00 $ 75.00 $ 175.00

K-12 Adult K-12 Adult Family

$ 30.00 $ 40.00 $ 50.00 $ 75.00 $ 175.00

K-5 6-8 9-12 Adult K-5 6-8 9-12 Adult

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

2.15 2.20 2.25 3.60 1.25 1.30 1.35 1.60 0.40 1.25

K-5 6-8 9-12 Adult

$ $ $ $

2.25 2.30 2.35 3.65

K-5 6-8 9-12 Adult

$ $ $ $

2.35 2.40 2.45 3.75

K-12 Adult

$ $ $ $

1.35 K-12 1.70 Adult 0.45 1.35

$ $ $ $

1.45 1.80 0.45 1.50

$

300

$

300

$

300

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