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Thursday, June 4, 2009 r News Kimball, MN Page 15 REGULAR MEETING son, Reece. roll-out runway for track. Zipoy to accept with gratitude and UNOFFICIAL MINUTES The Board Goals from 2008- Accept donation from Kim- best wishes, the letter of retire- Legal Notice BOARD OF EDUCATION 2009 were reviewed. The members ball Sports Booster Club for $1000 ment received from Judith Lusti, CITY OF KIMBALL MAY20, 2009 will come back in July to finalize toward the summer conditioning elementary paraprofessional, PUBLIC HEARING ISD 739, KIMBALL, MN and approve Goals for 2009-2010. program, effective at the end of the school ORDINANCE AMENDMENT The meetingwas called to order Mr. Clark reported on the Accept donation from Kim- year. MC SECTION 1195 SWIMMING POOLS by Chair Helgeson at 6:31 p.m. Accelerated Reader store finish- ball Sports Booster Club for $500 Motion by Laabs, seconded by All members, except Laabs, were ing up, Deep Portage and Iron toward track uniforms. Zipoy to approve the maternity There will be a public hear- present. Member Laabs arrived at Range trips have been made and The treasurer's report for April leave request received from Amy ing at 7:15 p.m. Monday, June 15, 7:05. all have returned safely. Ribbon was reviewed and discussed. Notch beginning on or about Sep- 2009, at the Kimball City Hall to The Pledge of Allegiance was Day and Track and Field Day have - Member Peglowintroduced the tember 22, 2009, for approximately address Storable Pools. The meet- said by all in attendance, been held, The outdoor concert following resolution and moved its six weeks. MC ing is open to the public according Motion by ZiPoY, seconded was held, although it was moved adoption: Motion by Stenger, secondedbyto the open meetinglaw. by Peglow to approve the agenda indoors due to the weather. The RESOLUTION PLACING Laabs to approve combining the City of Kimball as amended. Action item num- elementary awards ceremony Patricia Bauerly assistant and jr. high track posi- Published in the Tri-County ber 8, ECFE Enrichment Program, and school cookout will be held ON UNREQUESTED LEAVE OF tions and salaries, and dividing News Thursday, June 4, 2009. was moved up to the Community on May 28th. Mr. Clark briefed ABSENCE equally between the two coaches. Items. MC the board of the security ques- WHEREAS, the SchoolBoard of MC Legal notice The 6th grade students hoped tions of the elementary building. Independent School District No. After review, motion by Peglow, The Clearwater River Water- shed District Board of Managers to give a report on their annual He acknowledged that an individ- 739 adopted a resolution propos- seconded by Dockery to approve trip to Deep Portage/ however, ual had indeed entered the front ing placement of the above stated the revised budget for 2008-2009 will be meeting at the Triple RRR they were not able to put the pre- doors of the elementary and exited individuals on unrequested leave as follows: MC Restaurant in Kimball, Minne- sentation together in such a short through a side door. The incident of absence on April 15, 2009, on the Revenues Expenditures sota at 7:00 a.m. on June 13, 2009, time frame. Mr. Clark shared with lasted less than: 10 seconds. The grounds of discontinuance of pro- GeneralFund (incl. Capital) to explain the CRWD watershed- the board that the Deep Portage incident was reported immedi-grams or positions to effectuate$6,151,644 $6,145,205 wide plan. staff enjoy the group from Kim- ately to the polit:e, however the economies of the school district Food Service Fund By order of the board, ball in part because of parents school was never informed of the and reduce expenditures; and 332,895 332,018 Merle Anderson, and staff and their involvement in outcome of the event, nor that WHEREAS, said written noticeCommunity Service Fund CRWD Administrator activities. The group woke up to there was ever any danger to staff of proposed placement on unre- , 324,048 291,947 Published in the Tri-County snow flurries on Thursday morn- or students, quested leave was received by said Debt Service News Thursday, June 4, 2009. ing, probably for the first time in Mr. Widvey reported on the individuals by personal service on 1.156.743 1.163.094 the history of the trip: The camp completion of 6th-grade orien- April 16, 2009, and $7,965,330 $7,932,264 Legal Notice donated three signed and gum-tation, the seniors attended the WHEREAS, said written noticeMotion by Zipoy, seconded SWIMMING LESSON NOTICE bered oil prints suitable for fram- Twin's game on May 13th, Bac- of the proposed placement onby Laabs to approve the Second- Kingston Township will have ing for the school to use as a fund- calaureate was held at St. Anne's unrequested leave contained a ary Student Handbookand Atten- swimminglesson sign up at Kings- raiser ifthey so choose. Church on May 17th, the senior statement setting forth the rea- dance and Discipline Policies tonCommunityCenterinKingston Maggie Lundorff, ECFE Coor- picnic and annual signing issons for the proposed placement for 2009-2010 with changes pre- on June 27, from 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. dinator, shared plans for an ECFE scheduledforMay21st, thejr.high as well as a statement that s/he sented. MC Theswimminglessonswillbeheld Enrichment Program that will and sr. high awards celebration wasentitledtoahearingbeforethe Motion by Stenger, secondedby atWatkins poolonJuly 13-23, in work cooperatively with the cur- and the all-school picnic will be school board provided s/he make a Laabsto approve JonClarkasLEA the afternoon, Monday through rent Cubbieland and Cubs Club, to held on May 22nd, and graduation request in writing within fourteen Representative for 2009-2010. MC Thursday. The swimming lessons enable families to be able to take is at 7:30 p.m. on May 28th.days of receipt of said notice, and Motion by Peglow, seconded by are for residents/property owners part in pre-school activities and Superintendent Tritabaughthat if no hearing was requested Laabs to adjourn at 9:12 p.m. in Kingston Township. Any child enrichment activities and have reported on upcoming meetings, within said fourteen day period it Published in the Tri-County not included in this description the option of attending for a var- They include: 5/21 - SEE, 5/27 - constituted acquiescence by the News Thursday, June 4, 2009.will be charged a fee. If unable to ied amount of time. Motion by Health & Safety, 5/28 - gradua- stated individual to the school attend sign up, call township clerk Dockery, seconded by Peglow, tt~ tion, 6/17 - Benton-Stearns Ed board's proposed action, and at 398-8400, following sign up day. approve the implementation of District, and also on 6/17- School WHEREAS, said failure to There will be no sign up through the ECFE Enrichment Program, Boar, d Meeting. Mr. Tritabaugh make written request for a hearing Watkins pool for Kingston Town- with the request that mid-year she also asked the board if they were within fourteen days after receipt ship. report back to the board on the in consensus on moving forward of notice of proposed placement Gail Schiefelbein / clerk participation and finances of the with requesting an operating levy on unrequested leave constitutes 2~l~J]~o Mo~~ Kingston Township program. MC in some form on the November acquiescence by Patricia Bauerly Published in the Tri-County Member Laabs arrived near the ballot. He had also made revisions to her placement on unrequested News Thursdays, June 4 and 11, end of the Enrichment Program (o a proposed Interim Superinten- leave. 2009, discussion, dent's contract for the 2009-2010 BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED, by Celebrations and successes of school year, reflecting the reduc- the School Board of Independent students and staff included Dol- tions that had been approved by School District No. 739 that Patti- lars for Scholars being held on May the board at their April meeting, ciaBauerlybeandherebyisplaced 500 NEW PONTOONS IN $TOKfil 16th with entertainment provided Lastly, Mr. Tritabaugh updated the on unrequested leave of absence MANY SCRATCH & DENT/REPO PONTOONS IN STOCK! ] by the Half Steps. Girls' golf placed board on the Influenza situation, as a teacher of Independent School 1st in the Central Minnesota Con- Committee reports included: District No. 739 on the grounds14 Ft. FiSh Uel or {111 klfl .......................................................... $4,700 | ference, girls' track als0 placed SEE-Tritabaugh, Benton Stearns- of discontinuance of programs or t6 Ft PMure I ld B01t with 25 HP 4-Str0ke .................... $7,700 I first in the Conference. April Laabs" Negotiations- Pe~low:Ath- positions to effectuate economies 29th was the Students of Excel- letic- Zipoy. of the school district and reduce 10 fL flewIIte I~IilHI ~11 gr I;1111~ witl3 23 t-if' 4-3~roKe lence Banquet hosted by Resource Communications included expenditures effective at the end |1 RIK I Fi$11 & f/lli ............................ $5,m Training & Solutions. Kimball thank-you's received from Edu- of the 2008-2009 school year on 21 Ft. Plmllll I$lUd ~11~ ............................ $6,500 seniors recognized were Ken-cation Minnesota . Kimball for June 1, 2009 pursuant to Minne- 24 Ft. TOII ~ tile Iil~)Jl~, .......................... $9,$00 dra Albers, Andrew Dingmann,the recognition breakfast a{id sota Statutes, Sec.122A.40, Subd. E-mail us for a list of FaCtory Second Motors - Bridget Gohmann, and KTlynn awards held on May 6th, and from 11, without pay or fringe benefits.'10 HP tO 275 HP Smallwood. The FFA State Con- the Lloyd Kunkel family. Mem- BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED vention was laeld with a number ber Zipoy shared that the work on that said placement on unre- of achievements by Kimball stu- the football concession stand was quested leave of absence is not the dents. The FFA Banquet was being nearly completed, the storage shed result of the implementation of an Are you caring for a parent with Alzheimer's Disease or a similar memory disorder? Would you like more support and information to help you care for your parent? held at the time of the board meet- is about finished, and the elemen- education district agreement. ing. Congratulations to Gary Riess tary ball field is nearing comple- BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, for reaching 1,000 games coached tion with the ag-lime being deliv- that a notice of placement on unre- at Kimball, combining football, ered and bases scheduled to be questedleave, togetherwithacopy basketball, and softball. Also con- measured and set. A huge thank of this resolution be forwarded to gratulations to Jerry Meyers for his you to the Sports Boosters and said teachers personally and that If so, you maybe eligible fora newstudyat 40 years of service to Kimball Area Ms. Nelson's classes, and all who an affidavit of same be placed in Public Schools. The band con- contributed aswellastheSterlings herfile, togetherwithacopyofthe the University of Minnesota cert was held on May 5th with the for allowing access to the elemen- notice and resolution. Researchers at the University Participating adult children will be elementary, jr. high, and sr. high tary field to deliver the ag-lime. The motion for the adoption of of Minnesota School of Nursing randomly assigned (like bands performing. The choir con- Motion by Stenger, seconded the foregoing resolution was duly are looking for volunteers for the flip of a coin) to receive the cert was held on May 18th with the by Peglow to approve payment of seconded by Member Zipoy, and their new study, "Comprehensive comprehensive counseling elementary and high school choirs the listed bills in the amount of upon vote being taken thereon, theSupport for Alzheimer'ssupport program or usual care. performing. The Science, Tech- $165,689.38. MC following voted in favor thereof: DiseaseCaregivers." , All participants will take part in a The goal of this study is to determine series of in-depth interviews nology and Engineering Program Motion by Peglow, seconded Zipoy, Laabs, Helgeson, Peglow, if flexible and comprehensive with Dr. Gaugler. sponsored by St. Thomas Univer- by Laabs to approve the consent Dockery, and Stenger, counseling and support oA1/participants wi/1 have the sity, has accepted six 6th.grade agenda MC The consent agenda and the followingvoted against can help adult children care f0r opoormmtyto haretheirexpefience girls from Kimball Elementary for included: the same: none a parent's Alzheimer's disease about caring for their parents. participation in their week-long Approve minutes of April 15,whereupon said resolution or similar memory disorder. camp. Program activities center on 2009, Regular Board Meeting was declared duly passed and manufacturing and flying a radio- Approve long-term substitute adopted. controlled airplane. The students position for Adam Beyer, for Kris Motion by Stenger, seconded will explore science topics such as O'Brien from April 17, 2009, until by Dockery to accept the resigna- chemistry, physics, electricity, and on or about May 15, 2009. tion received from Paul Sundin as team building. Congratulations Accept donation from Doug Head Baseball c0ach effective May to Darcy Krippner, Speech/Lan- and Jarae Joseph in the amount of 5, 2009. MC guage specialist on the birth of her $714.00 toward the purchase of a Motion by Laabs, seconded by Please contact Dr. Joe Gaugler Phone: 612-626-2485 Email: gaug0015@umn.edu 6-150 Weaver-Densford Hall, 1331 308 Harvard Street SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455