September 2016 Newsletter
“Be careful of your thoughts; they may become words at any moment.”
meeting of the Marion Development Foundation (MDF) was held at 12:00 p.m.
on Monday, September 12, 2016 in the City Meeting Room.
Members present were Kevin Wieman, Dustin Sulzle, Cherrie Engbrecht,
Doyle Becker and City EDC Kari Muller.
Absent: Scott Laible.
February 12, 2016 meeting minutes were distributed and reviewed, with the
minutes approved as presented.
A treasurer’s report was provided by Engbrecht.
Motion was made by Sulzle, seconded by Wieman to approve the
treasurer’s report as presented.
discussion was held on an advertising venture with the Lund Theatre in
Wieman advised he will follow-up on the matter.
was held on possible land acquisition matters put before the MDF for
housing and/or commercial purposes.
Various, related aspects were addressed, including infrastructure
development, street access, funding and offering tax credits.
meeting adjourned at 1:35 p.m.
to the call and the notice thereof, the School Board of the Marion School
District 60-3, Marion, Turner County, SD met in regular session on the
twelfth day of September, 2016. Call to order was made by President of the
School Board, Josh Luke, at 7:00 pm.
Dan Buse, Larry Langerock, Josh
Luke, Jared Schmidt and Scott Tieszen.
David Colberg, Superintendent; Katie Minster, Principal; and
Aaron Thompson, Business Manager.
16/17-19: Agenda – On
motion by Buse, second by Schmidt to approve the agenda. All members voted
in favor; motion carried.
16/17-20: Consent Motion – On
motion by Langerock, second by Tieszen to approve the following consent
items: a) approve minutes from the previous month and acknowledge receipt
of the Cornbelt Coop minutes, b) approve the financial reports of the
District (to be published in paper), c) approve the claims against the
District for the month of September and to approve checks to be issued in
their payment (bills to be published in paper). All members voted in
favor; motion carried.
were no Delegations.
There were no Teacher Reports.
Buse had questions on the new interactive boards. Larry Langerock
suggested that someone talk with families that open enrolled from the
District. Josh Luke discussed where and when the new scoreboard should be
installed. Jared Schmidt commented on the lack of response on Marion’s
counter-offer to Parker; he also asked about the possibility of Freeman
joining the Freeman Academy-Marion coop.
Manager Aaron Thompson shared transportation updates with the Board.
Principal Katie Minster shared information on homecoming, Freeman Academy
students coming to Marion’s parade, first “Help Day” on September
16, the “8 to Great” program, SLO teacher goals, and the computer
David Colberg shared updates on “Help Day” scheduling, Dibels Math
& Reading scores, ACT results, and plans to survey the community on
the 4-day school week. He also wanted to thank the Marion Booster Club for
The Board of Education recognized the first reading of Policy IGDB (Participation of Students in Extra-Curricular Activities). No motions were made.
16/17-21: Conflict of Interest
– On motion by Buse, second by Langerock to approve Conflict of Interest
Disclosure forms for the following individuals: David Colberg, Katherine
Minster, Josh Luke, Dan Buse, and Scott Tieszen. Forms will be kept on
file in the District Office. All members voted in favor; motion carried.
16/17-22: Approve FY2017 Budget
– Let it be resolved, that on motion by Buse, second by Langerock, the
School Board of the Marion School District #60-3, after duly considering
the proposed budget and its changes thereto, to be published in accordance
with SDCL 13-11-2 hereby approves and adopts its proposed budget and
changes thereto, to be its Annual Budget for the fiscal year July 1, 2016
through June 30, 2017. The adopted Annual Budget levy requests are as
$1.568/$1000 for AG, $3.687/$1000 for OO, $7.630/$1000 for OTH/UTIL, $0
taken for General Fund Opt-Out (maximum is $150,000); Capital
$1.505/$1000. All members voted in favor; motion carried.
16/17-23: Amend Contract –
On motion by Langerock, second by Schmidt to amend Carissa Lick’s
certified contract as ELL Teacher to 37.5%, or $13,818.75, for the
2016/2017 school year. All members voted in favor; motion carried.
16/17-24: Approve Contract –
On motion by Schmidt, second by Buse to approve Jamie Carda’s contract
as part-time Custodian and Preschool Van Driver ($11.00 per hour for
Custodian, and $40.00 per day for Driver) for the 2016/2017 school year.
All members voted in favor; motion carried.
16/17-25: Approve School Board Goals –
On motion by Tieszen, second by Langerock to approve the 2016/2017 Marion
School Board of Education Goals as presented. A copy of the goals will be
posted on the Marion School website, and will be kept on file in the
District Office. All members voted in favor; motion carried.
16/17-26: Adjourn – On
motion by Schmidt, second by Langerock to adjourn the school board meeting
at 8:27 pm. All members voted in favor; motion carried.
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