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Sentinel Tri tl 1 To Place an ad -- Phone 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 Wednesday, December 24, 2014 Page 9 Westbrook be interest for both sides at this point. Additional follow Walnut Grove up will occur. Ind. School Dist #2898 *Met with RRC regarding Regular Board Meetinggirls' basketball about pos- November 19, 2014 sible future options. Nothing Westbrook would be done immediate- ly. Next years schedule has Board members presentalready been done so the were Kerry Knakmuhs, Greg earliest would be two years Madson, Tim Helmer, Bruce down the road. Jorgenson, Maydra Maas, Elementary Principal and Ginny Barron. Also Olson present were Superintendent *Parent teacher confer- Lay Woelber, Principal Paul ences are tomorrow night. Olson, Sheryl Woelber, Secondary Principal Amanda Dibble, Leo Theisen Richards and Tom Merchant. *Report was passed out. The meeting was called to *Career assessment this order at 7:19 p.m. by Vice week for grade 8 and 10 on Chair Helmer. Wednesday and Thursday. Approval of Previous *Had about 40 kids at the Minutes. A motion wasjunior high dance. That was made by Maas and seconded about 50% turn out. by Knakmuhs to approve the *Musical there will be a meeting minutes. Motion ma passes unanimously. *We are getting speakers A motion was made by to come in and talk with the Madson and seconded by kids about sexting, distracted Jorgenson to approve the driving, being a responsible agenda. Motion passes unan- digital citizen, and various imously, other things. Consideration of claims/ *One Nation Hmong New account balances/treasurer Year celebration will be reports/vendor payments. Monday November 24th at Jorgenson moves to approve 2:00. claims. Madson seconds the *Ricky Yang is doing bet- motion• Knakmuhs abstains ter and kids have been visit- from the vote. Motion passes ing him at the hospital. All unanimously, of the 7th graders will be Visitor reports/comments: going to visit this upcoming Capital Outlay updates. Wednesday. *Tuck pointing is now*Seven kids were in the done and paid. Augustana Honor Band this Senior class trip updates, past weekend. Nothing toreport. *Athletics are in full Math department smartswing. boards in Westhrook *Jackie Amess, Miss *New smart boards allow North Dakota will be coming two people to write on it at a on Friday. She was Laura in time. the *They also have newerpageant for a few years. math tools for equations and *The High School is such. looking at increasing the *The two old boards are IR Reading Requirement going to other rooms/teach- to encourage more reading. ers. Now there is one room Looking at also increasing in Walnut that does not have the variety of reading materi- a smart board and two or so als rooms do not have them in Superintendent Woelber Westbrook. *Principal evaluations and Old business pre survey - Did two surveys No Old Business this with differentprincipals. month• *FLY updates - He has a Administrative Reports FLY meeting thigWe-dnesday Activities Directorand a January 19 date sched- Theisen: uled. *The Winter participation *Teacher evaluation levels and winter schedule updates - They are meeting were distributed, once a month on this. *For Fall sports we had*Remick grant - We got about 50% participation. For the grant. winter it is at about 37%. *School board convention *Winter sports tend to be 1/14-1/16 - Rooms will be down in a number of sur- booked. rounding districts. It is not *The Education just us. Foundation met tonight. *Met with RRC coaches There are new board mere- for softball. There appears to bers and every decade is cov- ered now. There should be some scholarships available for our kids. Facebook has been started. *The split has been going well between the districts. *Dec 3 Lay goes to the National Convention for the Service Cooperative. He will come back Saturday. School Board Member Reports *MREA report from Marv Kleven will happen in December. He is at the con- vention now. New Business Maas makes a motion seconded by Jorgenson to approve the purchase of a 2010 Town and County minivan from Klasse of Westbrook for $14,500. Motion passes unanimously. One just went outdated on October 31, 2014. All our vans and our drivers ed vehi- cle are being used every day. Enrollments - Enrollments currently look as follows: Kindergarten: 32, First Grade: 33, Second Grade: 24, Third Grade: 22, Fourth Grade: 26, Fifth Grade: 22, Sixth Grade: 36, Seventh Grade: 22, Eighth Grade: 33, Ninth Grade: 37, Tenth Grade: 40, Eleventh Grade: 29, Twelfth Grade: 40. Madson seconded by Knakmuhs. Motion call- ing for new bus quotations for delivery August of 2015 and directing Supt. Woelber and Chair Kleven to call for desired specs. This time there will be a meeting with Start, Lay, Paul, and Marv to spec the bus. Health insurance updates/ discussions. There are no updates at this point. Jane has some paperwork that needs to be filled out. The exchange is open for the open enroll- ment period which closes mid-December. The Financial Report pre- pared by EideBailly was distributed. It was decided to take a month to look it over. Hopefully Joel will be available next month to meet with us. No action was taken tonight. Maas makes a motion to approve the annual senior- ity list for 2014-2015. The motion is seconded by Bah'on and passes unanimously. The meeting was adjourned at 8:02 by Vice Chair Helmer. Respectfully Submitted, Ginny Barron Board Clerk #241066 S- 18x Help Wanted Milkers Wanted! 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