Welcome to the

     Faith School District

BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

12:30 PM (MT) School Conference Room

 

BUDGET HEARING WILL BEGIN AT 12:00 PM (NOON)

 

Members Present:

( ) Scott Vance

Board President

 

( ) Noma Welter

Board Vice President

( ) Lynn Halligan

Board Member

( ) Kevin Groves

Board Member

( ) Mellissa Vig

Board Member

( ) Kelly Daughters

Superintendent/H.S Principal

( ) Amie Schauer

Business Manager

( ) Don Kraemer

Elem. Principal/SPED Director

 

I.                           Call to Order (Flag Salute)

II.                         Roll Call

III.                       Budget Hearing

IV.                       Addition(s) to the agenda followed by approval

V.                         Consent Agenda

1.      Approve Minutes (Regular meeting June 10, 2015, Special Meeting June 30, 2015)

2.     Financial Reports

 

Citizens – Public may address the Board – Items may be heard or deferred

 

VI.                       Reports

 1.     Superintendent Report

2.     Board of Education Reports

1.  Library

2. NWAS

 

VII.                     Discussion Items

1.            Cell Phone/Electronic Device Policy (2nd Reading)

 

VIII.                   Action Items 

1.            Consider Request for Concessions

2.          Appoint Junior Class Advisor

 

Adjournment of the 2014-2015 Board of Education

 

VIII.        Convene 2015– 2016 Board of Education

                           1.      Oath of office (Noma Welter, Kevin Groves)

                           2.     Election of officers for the 2015 – 2016 Board of Education

 

IX.          Consent Agenda

1.      Claims

2.     Designate First National Bank of Faith as the Legal Depository

3.     Designate Amie Schauer as Custodian of All Accounts

4.       Designate Faith Independent as the Legal Newspaper

5.          Appoint Eric Bogue of Bogue & Bogue Law and Tom Harmon of Harmon Law as School Attorneys

6.     Set District Mileage Rates @ State Rate   

7.     Authorize the Continuation of Existing Accounts and Establishing New Ones

8.     Reviewing of Bonds for Business Manager and Other Bonded Personnel (Policy DH)

9.     Appoint Dianne Hellekson as Administrator of Trust and Agency & Imprest Accounts

 

 

10.    Appoint Superintendent to Direct Federal Programs

a. Institute School Lunch Agreement

b. Approve 2014-15 Consolidated Application.

11.     Assign Additional Duties of the Superintendent

a. Hot Lunch Hearing Official

b. Title IX Compliance Officer

c. Truancy Officer

d. Asbestos Officer

        e. Authorization of Superintendent to Close School in Emergency Situations and in Case of 

    Inclement Weather and Establish a Chain of Command in His Absence

12.    Authorization of Advertising of Bids for Materials not already purchased

13.    Designation of Rules of Order Policy as Parliamentary Procedure for Board Meetings

14.    Re-adopt Collection of Written Policies

15.    Set admission charges for year @ Adult - $5.00, Student - $4.00 and Senior Citizen (65 and older) - $3.00. Activity double header prices are: Adult - $8.00, Student - $6.00 and Senior Citizen (65 and older) - $5.00.  Season Activity Tickets are: Adults - $68.00, Student – $50.00 and Senior Citizen (65 and older) - $47.00.

16.    Set milk and lunch prices @: K–6 - $2.50, 7–12 - $2.85, Staff - $3.75, Visitors - $5.00. Set milk prices at $0.35 per milk.

             

 

              X.         Discussion Items

1.            Controlled Substance Protocol

2.          Building Project

3.          Any other business the Board  may wish to consider    

 

 

     XI.       Action Items

1.       Consider Approval of Milk Bid

2.     Set the Date, Time and Place of Regular Meetings

3.      Appoint Board Committees

4.     Appoint Delegate to ASBSD Annual Meeting

5.     Appoint Library Board Official

6.          Appoint NWAS Representative

7.          Set Board of Education Salary per Meeting

                             

 

           XII.          Information:

1.            Registration for – ASBSD/SASD Joint Convention

2.          Registered for SDSSA Conference-Pierre

 

 XIII.       Adjournment

 

 

                        Important Dates

July 20–22, 2015 – SDSSA Conference – Chamberlin

August 6-7, 2015– ASBSD/SASD Joint Convention - Sioux Falls

August 17, 2015- Teacher In-service

August 18, 2015- First Day of School

 

                       

FHS 2015 Homecoming is the week of September 21st thru September 26th

2015– 2016 Faith Elementary School Supply List

Printable Faith Elementary Supply List

 PRE-SCHOOL:

Regular-sized backpack, soft-soled shoes for PE that student can easily put on, fasten, and take off independently,  1 container of disinfectant wipes, 1 sturdy 2-pocket folder.  Please watch for sign-up lists outside classroom throughout the year as needs for additional supplies arise.

 KINDERGARTEN:

Regular-sized backpack, soft-soled shoes for PE that student can easily put on, fasten, and take off independently,  1 container of disinfectant wipes, 1 sturdy 2-pocket folder.  Please watch for sign-up lists outside classroom throughout the year as needs for additional supplies arise.

 

FIRST GRADE:

Headphones, a pair of clean, soft-soled tennis shoes for P.E. Class, crayons (16 count), 4 glue sticks, Crayola Washable Classic Markers (pkg. of 8 basic colors), #2 pencils, erasers, 1 white one inch 3 ring binder with insert on outside front cover, 1 ruler, scissors and a water bottle.

 

SECOND GRADE:

Pencils, scissors, glue, 2 boxes of tissues, overboots/snowboots, a pair of clean, soft-soled tennis shoes for P.E. Class, crayons (16 or 24), 3 wide-lined notebooks, markers, 2 folders in primary colors, 1 container Clorox wipes and 5 (quart size) Zip Lock baggies.

THIRD GRADE:

#2 pencils, Fiskars Best scissors, 1 liquid glue, 1 glue stick, tissues, overboots/snowboots, a pair of clean, soft-soled tennis shoes for P.E. Class, crayons, 1 tablet, 2 folders, colored pencils, 1 package 3” x 3” Post-It notes, highlighters – 1 of each – yellow, pink, green and blue.

FOURTH GRADE:

2 boxes #2 pencils (no mechanical pencils),  overboots/snowboots, a pair of clean, soft-soled tennis shoes for P.E. Class, 4 packs of loose leaf paper (no notebooks), one 1” binder, 1 box tissues, 3 folders, 1 big eraser, 1 glue stick, 

 1 container sanitizer wipes, 1 red pen, 1 box colored pencils, and 1 package Post It notes.

 

FIFTH GRADE:

Overboots/snowboots, a pair of clean, soft-soled tennis shoes for PE, 10 - #2 pencils, 2 - glue sticks, 1 - white glue,   1 - pair of scissors, 5 - pocket folders with metal prongs down the center  (Please have at least one folder be RED), 5 - wide ruled notebooks, 1 - package of crayons, 1 - package of markers, 1 - ruler, 2- pens,  1 - school box (or something similar) to keep all your supplies in.

 

SIXTH GRADE:

#2 pencils, 1 (6”-8”) scissors, glue, headphones, tissues, overboots/snowboots, a pair of clean, soft-soled tennis shoes for P.E. Class, 1 college-ruled notebook, 1 ruler (in. & cm.), markers, colored pencils, highlighter, daily planner notebook, 2 red pens, 2 glue sticks, 1 eraser, 1 small Post-It Notes, one 1 inch binder, 1 (any size) Jump/USB Drive and 50 protector sheets.

SEVENTH GRADE:

 1 Spiral Notebook, 2 boxes of tissues, 10 - #2 pencils, pens (2 red, 2 blue, 2 black), 3 highlighters, White Out,          1 pkg.  8” x 12” college ruled paper, headphones, clean, soft soled tennis shoes for PE, two 1” binders, 1 – 1 1/2” binder, 2 pocket folders with center prongs, daily planner, 3 packs 3” x 3” Post-It Notes, protractor, compass, ruler, 2 book covers, water bottle, carrying case for 9” x 13”Chrome book (may be the padded slot in backpacks) and one container of disinfectant wipes.

 

EIGHTH GRADE:

2 – three ring binders, 1 – one inch binder, #2 pencils, pens: 2 red, 2 blue, 2 black, 2 highlighters, 3 book covers, 1 pkg. 8” x 12” college ruled paper, two 1-1/2” binders, 1 - two-pocket folder stiff enough to stand up as a privacy divider, White-out, 1 – 3”x3”Post-it Notes, daily planner, head phones, carrying case for 9 x 13” Chromebook (may be padded slot in backpacks), water bottle, 1 box tissues, clean, soft sole tennis shoes for P.E., protractor, compass, ruler, scissors (small pair), 1 set of tabbed dividers for 3-ring binder.

 

MAURINE SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST 2015-2016:

 Printable Maurine School Supply Lisy

Kindergarten

Small school supply box

Pencils

Small box of Crayons

2 Glue sticks

Scissors (Fiskar work best)

Erasers

1 Notebook

Paint Shirt

2 Large boxes Kleenex

Headphones

Inside Shoes

Box sandwich zip-lock bags 

                 Paper plates (not Styrofoam)                               

1st – 3rd Grades

Small school supply box

Pencils

Crayons

Scissors (Fiskar work best)

Ruler

2 Glue sticks

Small bottle school glue

Erasers

Crayons

Markers

2 Notebooks

Paint Shirt

2 Large boxes Kleenex

Headphones

Inside Shoes

Paper plates

(not Styrofoam or plastic)

Box gallon zip bags

   4th- 5th Grades

Supply Box

Pencils

Erasers

Scissors

Ruler

Highlighter

Glue

3 Notebooks

Protractor

Markers/Crayons

Kleenex – 2 large boxes

Headphones

Inside Shoes

Paper plates

(not Styrofoam or plastic)

 6th – 8th Grades

Supply Box

Pencils

Erasers

Scissors

Ruler

Highlighters

School Glue

4 Notebooks

Compass

Protractor

Flash drive

Markers / Crayons

Kleenex – 2 large boxes

Headphones

Inside Shoes

Box snack zip-lock bags

 

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206 West 5th Street
P.O. Box 619 
Faith, SD  57626
Tele. # 605-967-2152 
Fax # 605-967-2153

The Faith School District is an accredited K-12 school system.  188 students attend the town and one rural school.

 

Faith School District Mission Statement

 Recognizing and stimulating the full potential of every student for lifelong learning.  

Faith School District Vision

HOOKED ON EDUCATIONAL SUCCESS

 Faith School District Beliefs  

We Believe:

bulletEvery child succeeds at a different level.
bulletEducational success can be achieved with parents and teachers working together.
bulletOptimal educational opportunities need to be provided to allow our students to compete in the global marketplace.
bulletStudents need a safe learning environment to succeed.

 

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