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Thursday, February 18, 2010 "r.tt_. Ta Tr!Coun News • Kimball, MN Jt-JvSu6 Legal Notice on February 11. Day one of testing a number of comments regard- REGULAR MEETING UNOFFICIAL MINUTES BOARD OF EDUCATION FEBRUARY 10, 2010 IND. SCHOOL DISTRICT 739 KIMBALL, MN The meetingwas called to order by Chair I-telgeson at 6:00 p.m. with all members present. The Pledge of Allegiance was said by all in attendance. Gagnon/Zipoy approved the agenda as presented. MC There were no community items. Celebrations and successes of students and &apos;staff included wres- tling vs. EV-W on the 9th; Speech is doing well and hosting their annual Sweet Heart Breakfast on Sunday the 14th. JV Knowl- edge Bowl team took first place against EV-W on 2/4. Mr. Holm- seth received an e-mail thank- ing Keith Haake and the pep band for playing Holdingford's school song. Kelsey Vigoren, although she did not win, represented Kimball Schools very well at the AAA ban- quet last week. The spelling bee was won by Erin Diffley. The proposed 2030-2011 school calendar was reviewed and dis- cussed. Changes include the ele- mentary school moving to trimes- ters, and day-long conference days bulk in to the calendar to aCcom- modate family schedules. The cal- endar will be brought to the March meeting for adoption. Mr. Widvey reported on pre- registration for grades 8-11; final registration on March 4th. A senior class meeting will be held involves all students in grades 7-11; seniors to come later in the morn- ing to provide campus clean-up instead of classes. February 24 is the Honors Breakfast, conferences will be held on the 17th and 22nd. There was a glitch with the report cards sent out after semester 1, omitting some grades for some of the 8th grade students. This prob- lem has been resolved. The Min- nesota Student Survey will be con- ducted for students in grades 3, 6, 9, and 12, this spring. Mr. Clark reported on the first night of conferences on the 9th, grade 4-6 music program sched- uled for March 4, Kindergarten. Round-up scheduled for March llth,'and MCA tests have been ordered. The all-school fund- raiser will kick off on February 18, through March 4th. Mr. Tritabaugh reported on upcoming meetings: February 17 - Benton-Stearns Education Dis- trict, February 22 - Kimball City Council/Maine Prairie joint meet- ing, February 24 - Health & Safety Committee, March 4 - Budget Committee, and March 17 - Ben- ton-Stearns Education District, Meet & Confer, and Regular Board Meeting. A certificate was given to each member for School Board Member Recognition Week which is February 22-25. Mr. Tritabaugh will be out of state February 11-17, and also March 6-14. Committee reports included: SEE - Dockery, Budget Commit- tee-Mr. Tritabaugh, Student/ Board Relations - Zipoy. Communications included f3 Government ing the proposed field trip policy received by Chair Helgeson. Stenger/Dockery approved the listed bills in Othe amount of $139,816.89. MC Dockery/Zipoy approved the consent agenda including approval minutes of January 20, 2000 Re-Organizational Board Meeting, and accepting a dona- tion of $100.00 from the Mark and Donna Roerick toward the pur- chase of Accelerated Reader quiz- zes. MC The treasurer's report was reviewed and discussed. Zipoy/Gagnon approved spring coaching assignments. Helgeson/Schreiner approved Policy IGDF - Student Fund Rais- ing Activities, presented with revi: sions included as discussed at the January meeting. Motion carried with $tenger opposing. Dockery/Stenger approved Pol- icy IICA - Field Trips and Excur- sions, striking the first bullet from the policy. The first bullet read "Only same day field trips for stu- dents in grades K-5 (or 47)." MC Chair Helgeson proposed hold- ing a Focus Night for discussion of various topics. It was decided that at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, March 1, the topics of AYP, NCLB, Test- ing, and PSEO within the District would be discussed. This Focus Night is not a meeting of the school board, but rather a public discus- sion of the topics listed. Stenger/Gagnon adjourned at 7:25 p.m. Robin Dockery, Clerk (This is a summary of the full ' ]lHIIIIll minutes Of the School Board. To obtaiff a full copy of the offi- cial minutes, contact the District Office at 398-5585, or check the District Web site at <www.kimball.>.) Published in the Tri-County News Thursday, Feb. 18, 2010. III Page 17 Legals also are • ava'iable on-hne at WWW. tricountynews. kiN Legal Notice NOTICE OF AUCTION SALE Please take notice that on Sat- urday, March 6, 2010, at 1:00 p.m. at Bucks Storage Facility LLC, 501 East Hwy 55, Kimball, Minne- sota, the contents of storage unit #35 owned by Raymond Donovan Walker, Jr., will be sold at auction. Property to be sold includes miscellaneous used furniture, kitchen items, sporting goods, tools, craft supplies, household goods, and miscellaneous items. Dated this 7th day of February, 2010. • /s/Shannon Dahl Shannon Dahl, Manager Bucks Storage Facility LLC 18207 State Hwy 15 Legal Notice NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION OF OFFICERS NOTICE OF BOARD OF CANVASS MEETING Notice is hereby given to the qualified voters of Fair "Haven Township, County of Stearns, and State of Minnesota, that the Annual Election of Town Officers and Anqual Meeting will be held on March 9, 2010. In case of inclem- ent weather, the meeting and elec- • tion may be postponed until the third Tuesday on March 16, 2010. The Election Poll hours will be open from 12 noon to 8:00 p.m., at which time the voters will elect: • One supervisor for a term of three years. • One clerk for a term of two years. • The Annual Meeting will com- . mence af 8:05 p.m. to conduct all necessary business prescribed by law. 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