BOARD OF EDUCATION REGULAR MEETING School District of Seward 410 South Street Seward, NE 68434 Monday, June 13, 2022 7:00 PM Attendance Taken at 7:09 PM. Paul Duer: Present Jill Hochstein: Present …

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BOARD OF EDUCATION REGULAR MEETING School District of Seward 410 South Street Seward, NE 68434 Monday, June 13, 2022 7:00 PM Attendance Taken at 7:09 PM. Paul Duer: Present Jill Hochstein: Present Jana Hughes: Absent Ryne Seaman: Absent Danielle Shipley: Present Shawn Svoboda: Present 1. Preliminary Procedures 1.1. Call meeting to order & announce Open Meetings Act is Posted 1.2. Public Notice as publicized per board policy The public notice was publicized in the Seward County Independent and posted at city hall, library and courthouse. The public notice was dated June 8, 2022. 1.3. Roll Call 1.3.1. Action to excuse board members if necessary Motion to excuse Ryne Seaman and Jana Hughes from tonight’s meeting Passed with a motion by Danielle Shipley and a second by Shawn Svoboda. Paul Duer: Yea, Jill Hochstein: Yea, Danielle Shipley: Yea, Shawn Svoboda: Yea 1.4. Pledge of Allegiance 1.5 Mission The school district of Seward--where every student, every day is a success--affirms that all students will have the skills to become productive and contributing members of a global community. In cooperation with family and community members, the district is committed to the development of each student academically, emotionally, socially, and physically. 1.6. Approval of Agenda Motion to approve the agenda as presented Passed with a motion by Shawn Svoboda and a second by Jill Hochstein. Paul Duer: Yea, Jill Hochstein: Yea, Danielle Shipley: Yea, Shawn Svoboda: Yea 2. Student Fees Hearing-Review Fees and receipted and expensed during the 2021-2022 school year and request input from the public in regard to potential policy changes There were no comments from the public. 3. Public Forum: (The Board President reserves the right to place time limits on individuals and topics.) 3.1. Public Forum on Agenda Items: This is your opportunity to speak to items on the agenda. If you are not a part of the presentation of the agenda item you need to speak now. Thank you for your participation. There was none. 3.2. Public Forum on Any Topic: This is your opportunity to speak to any topic concerning the school district. Since it is not an agenda item the board cannot discuss or take action at this time on the matter. Future discussion can be requested as an agenda item. Thank you for your participation. There was none. 4. Reports 4.1. Administrator Reports Written reports were received from the administrators. 4.2. Superintendent's Report Dr. Fields discussed the Greater Nebraska Superintendent Meeting and the Rooted Campaign. The board was updated as to what has been spent for ESSERS III. 5. Discussion Items 6. Old Business 7. New Business 7.1. Hot Lunch Prices Motion to approve a price increase of $.10 for lunches and breakfast for the 2022-2023 school year and the price increase of $0.35 for milk. Passed with a motion by Jill Hochstein and a second by Shawn Svoboda. Paul Duer: Yea, Jill Hochstein: Yea, Danielle Shipley: Yea, Shawn Svoboda: Yea 7.2. Student/Parent Handbooks Motion to approve the student/parent handbooks for the 2022-2023 school year. Passed with a motion by Shawn Svoboda and a second by Danielle Shipley. Paul Duer: Yea, Jill Hochstein: Yea, Danielle Shipley: Yea, Shawn Svoboda: Yea 7.3. Before and After School Contract Motion to approve the after school care contract for the 2022-2023 school year Passed with a motion by Jill Hochstein and a second by Shawn Svoboda. Paul Duer: Yea, Jill Hochstein: Yea, Danielle Shipley: Yea, Shawn Svoboda: Yea 7.4. Girls Wrestling Coop Motion to approve a two-year girls wrestling coop with Centennial, Milford, and Seward Public Schools starting in the 2022-2023 school year. Passed with a motion by Danielle Shipley and a second by Jill Hochstein. Paul Duer: Yea, Jill Hochstein: Yea, Danielle Shipley: Yea, Shawn Svoboda: Yea 7.5. Substitute Teacher Pay Motion to approve the substitute teacher pay for the 2022-2023 school year to $147 per day Passed with a motion by Danielle Shipley and a second by Shawn Svoboda. Jill Hochstein: Abstain (With Conflict), Paul Duer: Yea, Danielle Shipley: Yea, Shawn Svoboda: Yea 8. Personnel 8.1. Superintendent's Contract Motion to approve the superintendent's contract as presented. Passed with a motion by Shawn Svoboda and a second by Jill Hochstein. Paul Duer: Yea, Jill Hochstein: Yea, Danielle Shipley: Yea, Shawn Svoboda: Yea 8.2. Classified Staff and Middle Management Pay Motion to approve a 4% total package increase for classified staff and middle management for the 2022-2023 school year. Passed with a motion by Shawn Svoboda and a second by Danielle Shipley. Paul Duer: Yea, Jill Hochstein: Yea, Danielle Shipley: Yea, Shawn Svoboda: Yea 8.3. Administrator Pay Motion to approve a total compensation package increase of 4% for administrators for the 2022-2023 school year. Passed with a motion by Jill Hochstein and a second by Danielle Shipley. Paul Duer: Yea, Jill Hochstein: Yea, Danielle Shipley: Yea, Shawn Svoboda: Yea 9. Future Agenda Items Policies Football Field/Track 10. Consent Agenda 10.1. Approval of Minutes 10.2. Approval of Financial Reports 10.2.1. Treasurer 10.2.2. Budget 10.2.3. Activities 10.2.4. Athletic 10.3. Approval of Claims 10.3.1. General Fund - $1,777,138.23 10.3.2. Qualified Capital Purpose Undertaking Fund - $3,498.75 10.3.3. Bond Fund - $83,268.75 10.3.4. Special Building Fund - $128,990.00 10.4. Approval of Consent Agenda Motion to approve the consent agenda as presented Passed with a motion by Jill Hochstein and a second by Danielle Shipley. Paul Duer: Yea, Jill Hochstein: Yea, Danielle Shipley: Yea, Shawn Svoboda: Yea 11. Adjournment Motion to adjourn the meeting at 7:54 PM with the next study session and regular board meeting scheduled for Monday, July 11, 2022, at 5:30 p.m. Passed with a motion by Shawn Svoboda and a second by Jill Hochstein. Paul Duer: Yea, Jill Hochstein: Yea, Danielle Shipley: Yea, Shawn Svoboda: Yea Prepared by: Heidi Covert Paul Duer Secretary SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SEWARD PROPOSED WARRANTS JUNE 13, 2022 Salaries for May, 672,033.73; Jones Bank, 21,894.93; Tennessee Child Support, 59.98; NIC Nebraska, 7.50; Jones Bank, 161,228.03; Nebraska Child Support, 2,160.00; ASPIRE, 9,525.00; Jones Bank, 27,481.28; Tennessee Child Support, 59.98; NPERS, 175,956.55; Nebraska Department of Revenue, 31,446.05; Pay Flex, 3,658.90; Pitney Bowes, 2,500.00; Aldrich, Sharon, 74.25; Amazon, 8,294.25; Awards Unlimited, 238.75; Axt, Scott, 150.00; Baker, Noelle, 119.83; Batters, Sondra, 1,137.03; BEST, 158,371.68; BlueCross BlueShield, 206,994.35; Branching Minds, 8,765.00; Campbells Cleaning, 12,000.00; Canon Financial Services, 1,204.04; Capital Business Systems, Inc, 2,460.79; Card Services, 1,258.83; Carson Dellosa Education, 26.90; Cash-Wa Distributing, 1,344.07; CDW-G, 16,021.95; Central Nebraska Rehabilitation Services, 5,907.09; City of Seward Utility Dept, 32,171.98; Clear Recovery, 198.12; CNA Surety, 290.00; Computer Hardware, 1,755.00; Cornhusker International Trucks, 476.37; Cover Up, The, 662.35; Crane, Lisa, 166.41; Culligan, 40.00; DAS, 259.49; Demco, 706.16; Gayle Ellis, 2,462.32; Embassy Suites , 939.75; Engineered Controls, 826.55; Engler Entrepreneurship Program, 100.00; Erin M. McCartney , 102.00; ESU 6, 18,528.73; Facility Advocates, 90,550.00; Farmers Cooperative, 432.84; Fields, Josh, 600.00; Gottschalk, Kirk, 150.00; Grainger, 144.20; Hiland Dairy, 4,330.33; Hillyard, 1,414.28; Hire Right, 68.80; Instrumentalist Awards, 153.00; Interstate All Battery Center, 513.00; JAMF Software, LLC, 3,315.00; Jarzynka, Kelly, 82.27; John Deere Financial, 2,265.88; Jones School Supply, 489.51; Kenney, Amanda, 82.50; Kleen Slate, 623.05; K-Log, 709.25; Kratos, 2,500.00; KSB School Law, 1,029.00; Lee's Refrigeration, 202.72; Lincoln Journal Star, 103.99; Madison National Life, 2,651.17; Matheson, 632.36; McKeown, Sarah, 441.38; Meehl, Jan, 1,208.93; Memorial Health Care Systems, 170.00; Midwest Auto Parts (Napa), 445.27; Midwest Floor Covering, 14,994.00; Midwest Turf & Irrigation, 340.36; NAAE, Inc, 3,015.00; NASCD, 40.00; Nebraska Safety Center, 1,000.00; Nebraska Science Olympiad, 30.00; One Source, 60.00; O'Reilly, 129.54; Oriental Trading, 54.02; Pac N Save, 386.90; Pac N Save, 884.28; Paper Tiger, 30.00; Parco Scientific Company, 20.00; Pay Flex, 137.70; Pepsi, 273.40; Pinkall, Jenny, 48.15; Pitney Bowes, 744.78; Platform Athletics, LLC, 1,200.00; PowerSchool, 6,089.06; Quill, 161.98; Realityworks, 1,300.41; Really Good Stuff, 939.86; Riverside Insights, 172.80; Rumery Lawn & Landscape LLC, 90.00; School Datebooks, 892.36; School Dist. Of Seward Hot Lunch, 504.50; Seward County Independent, 121.08; Seward Lumber, 68.69; Sherwin Williams, 465.57; Sunbelt Rentals, 4,722.57; Symmetry, 8,834.09; Sysco, 3,512.28; Teacher Innovations, 13.50; Time Warner Cable, 114.98; TK Elevator Corporation, 368.49; Tom Brock Forms, 363.40; Trautman, Laura, 39.74; Treasure Bay, Inc, 49.92; Turnitin, 2,255.00; Uline, 581.92; Unite Private Networks, 1,407.18; United Rentals, 1,625.45; UNUM, 529.20; Uribe, 1,959.00; USA Clean, 240.46; US Cellular, 260.94; US Foods, 3,038.26; Verizon, 157.49; Vernon Library Supplies, 60.46; WaterLink, 2,326.75; Wells Fargo, 988.99; Windstream, 2,119.02 TOTAL GENERAL FUND CLAIMS: 1,777,138.23 SCI — June 22, 2022 ZNEZ

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