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MADISON CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT #39-2

MINUTES

REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETING

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2005

 The regular school board meeting of the Madison Central School District #39-2 was called to order by President Kelly Johnson at 6:30 p.m. at the Madison Middle School lunchroom.  Present: Rod Goeman, Mark Hawkes, Dennis Hegg, Kelly Johnson, Dennis Slaughter, Gwen Thomson, David Zolnowsky, Superintendent Frank Palleria and Business Manager Cindy Callies.   

All actions are by unanimous vote unless otherwise noted. 

Action #168 – Motion by Dennis Slaughter, seconded by Rod Goeman to approve the agenda.  Motion carried. 

Action #169 – Motion by David Zolnowsky, seconded by Dennis Slaughter to approve the minutes of the October 10 and October 17, 2005, board meetings and the following warrants, financial reports, and personnel actions: 

Expenditures by Fund 11-14-05:

            General Fund                                        $  65,823,85           

            Capital Outlay                                      $    3,643.34

            Special Education                                 $  35,647.82 

            Capital Projects                                    $519,382.30      

            Food Service                                        $  48,383.51          

            Health Insurance                                   $  84,455.28                    

Total Expenditures                                $757,336.10

 

October Payroll 

Salaries

Benefits

Total

General Fund

$368,118.76

$75,654.46

$443,773.22

Special Education Fund

$55,341.17       

$13,468.55    

$ 68,809.72      

Food Service Fund

$      410.50      

$       53.40   

$       463.90

Total Payroll

$423,870.43

$89,176.41

$513,046.84

 Financial Information October, 2005:

 

Fund Balances

Beginning

Balance

Revenues

Expenditures

Ending

Balance

General

$1,223,037.45

$345,339.69

$490,365.00

$1,078,012.14

Capital Outlay

$1,397,928.36    

$20,863.11              

$342,923.94        

$1,075,867.53   

Special Education

$   252,658.55   

$  36,997.05   

$  85,891.79   

$ 203,763.81        

Pension

$     25,186.84  

$    1,977.42                   

 

$ 27,164.26          

Capital Projects

$2,831,987.85

$18,661.41             

$585,012.62

$2,265,636.64

Food Service

$  106,867.77       

$  52,608.83       

$  55,219.74   

$104,256.86          

Health Insurance

$   646,100.93 

$  64,546.62      

$133,926.57     

$   576,720.98  

Trust and Agency

$   260,590.33

$  51,096.83  

$  40,311.83 

$   271,375.33  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Revenue

Local

Intermediate

State

Federal/Other

Total

 

General

$70,812.95

$14,833.45 

$225,237.50

$34,455.79     

$345,339.69

 

Capital Outlay

$20,863.11       

     

 

 

$20,863.11       

 

Special Ed

$  8,715.25     

       

$21,826.00      

$6,455.80            

$  36,997.05   

 

Pension

$1,977.42                

      

 

 

$    1,977.42            

 

Capital Projects

$18,661.41      

 

 

 

$18,661.41          

 

Food Service

$31,547.47    

 

 

$21,061.36

$52,608.83      

 

Health Insurance

$64,546.62  

 

 

 

$  64,546.62   

 New hires: Juanita Guajardo $8.42/hour, tutor; Chris Stier $803.00, 9th grade wrestling coach Level V Step 1 Non-certified.

 Substitute teachers: Thomas Hansen, Paul Curley.

 Contract changes: Janie Rook BA+15 to BA+30, $32,370.00 to $33,400.00; Kristin Morse MA+15 to MA+30, $31,485.75 to $32,243.50; Maxine Unterbrunner MA+15 to MA+30, $43,420.00 to $44,265.29.

 Motion carried.

 Action #170– Motion by Gwen Thomson, seconded by Mark Hawkes to approve application 06-129 for public school exemption (home school).  Motion carried. 

Action #171– Motion by Rod Goeman, seconded by Dennis Slaughter to approve application 06-13 for open enrollment.  Motion carried.

 Superintendent Frank Palleria reported on meetings he has attended, updated the board on the outlook for state funding for education, distributed for the board’s consideration the legislative platform proposed by the ESD+6 administrators, and reported on the progress of the elementary building project.

 Middle School Principal Keith Roskens introduced Sandy Cole and Carol Kleibacker, who reported on summer school activities and the transition program for students entering Middle School.

 High School Principal Sharon Knowlton commented on the positive student attendance and behavior at the recent volleyball region tournament and the Veterans Day program, and informed the board of current activities.

 Activities Director Bud Postma reported on the conclusion of fall activities, the start of winter activities, increased activity attendance and admissions, and conclusions regarding an athlete who participated in two fall sports simultaneously. 

 Action #172– Motion by Gwen Thomson, seconded by David Zolnowsky that there being no further business to come before the Board at this time adjournment was in order at 7:30 p.m.  Motion carried.                                   

Cindy Callies, Business Manager

Madison Central School District 39-2

 
 
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