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Crivitz Board Names Grandaw President

Issue Date: May 26, 2022

By unanimous vote at its annual reorganization meeting on Wednesday, May 18, the Crivitz School Board returned incumbent Amy Grandaw to her position as board president, elected Kayla Ihde as vice president, Kris Heidewald as Clerk and Lyle Cherry as treasurer, and approved committee assignments for board members.

Board members present for the meeting were Cherry, Heidewald, Grandaw, Gary Huc, Mike Dama, and newly seated Sonny Graese. and several members of the public.

As all board officer positions were open, Superintendent Mans opened the floor for nominations for president. Heidewald nominated Grandaw. There were no other nominations, and vote in favor of Grandaw for return to office was unanimous. From this point forward, Grandaw ran the meeting.

After electing the vice president, clerk and treasurer, the board approved the list of banks to be used by the Crivitz School District which includes Associated Bank, Stephenson National Bank and Local Government Investment Pool. Approval carried unanimously.

The Board contracts with NEOLA Board policies and must approve their internal policies annually. Approval was carried unanimously.

Public input was considered. Gary Huc wanted to make sure they were keeping on budget, which Mans confirmed.

Mans relayed that May 2 through 6 was teacher/support staff appreciation week. He thanked all staff for their efforts to make their school better on behalf of the students. Several staff members are retiring and were recognized for their years of service to the Crivitz School District: Diane DeKeyser - 7 years, Debra Bourassa - 12 years, Pam Rickman - 12 years, Patrick Mans - 13 years, Jolene Huc - 15 years, Aimee Barley - 16 years, Barbara Kroll - 20 years, Christine Hanson - 21 years and JoAnn Swick - 31 years. All were invited to be honored at the meeting, but most couldn't make it, leaving only Patrick Mans and Debra Bourassa present to be applauded.

On behalf of the Policy/Curriculum Committee, Chairperson Heidewald told the Board that the Committee's meeting prior to the current Board meeting approved all NEOLA Board Policy updates, moving them on to the Board of Education. Additionally, the Policy/Curriculum Committee is to meet with the Human Growth and Development Advisory Committee to review their new curriculum.

Personnel/Negotiations Committee Chairperson Grandaw reviewed topics covered in the Committee meeting prior to the current Board Meeting including hiring a limited term (one to three years) learning loss coach to help decrease learning gap created from online schooling, rewarding staff with a retention stipend including retirees of the 2020-2021 school year, creating a new class of Special Education Aide which they recommend to the board and 2022-2023 administrative and support staff compensation of a 3.5% pay increase.

Buildings, Grounds, Transportation & Technology Chairperson Mike Dama discussed Middle/High School EIFS (Exterior insulation and finish system) remediation bids which were tabled for a year in case the prices go down, possibly blacktopping the Middle/High School access road which is currently gravel and three bus routes resigning which will be offered to the remaining bus contractors at the current rate.

Student Council Representative Maggie Dama announced they were currently having elections with the newly elected members on May 19 to elect a president, vice president, treasurer, secretary, and new student school board representative. They had opened class officer positions which were also to be finalized May 19. All National Honor Society seniors completed their volunteer hours before graduation so all wore their NHS stoles when they graduated on May 21. High School yearbooks were handed out at the End of the Year Picnic on May 20. Middle School yearbooks will arrive this week.

Mans announced there was a set of technical corrections to several board policies sent in including 3310/4310 - Employee Expression in Non-Instructional Settings, 5136 - Personal Communication Devices, 5350 - Suicide Prevention, 5517.01 - Bullying, 5880 - Public Performance by Students, 7540.06 - District Issued Staff Email Accounts, 7540.07 - District Issued School Email Accounts, 8120 - Volunteers, 8660 - Transportation By Private Vehicle and 9700.01 - Advertising and Commercial Activities. Additionally, due to federal funding for public school food service programs during the pandemic, there will not be a need to increase breakfast and lunch prices for next school year. Mans also reminded board members graduation was set for May 21 at noon and the last day for the rest of students and staff is June 2.

Baumann emphasized that prom was organized smoothly and was very successful this year. They are currently in the process of enrolling summer school students at the high school. Two sessions from 8 a.m. to noon and noon to 4 p.m. in an online format supervised by a classroom teacher to offer a wide variety especially to students who fell behind in the pandemic. Baumann congratulated Coach Jeff Dorschner and the 2022 Crivitz baseball team earned the first-ever conference baseball championship at Crivitz High School.

He also reminded that they were in the busiest week of the school year, with senior exams running May 18-19. Then graduation practice on May 20 at 9 a.m., senior graduation parade in the elementary school at 10:45 a.m., Senior Awards Ceremony at 11:20 a.m. and 8th Grade Recognition Ceremony at 2:15 p.m. End of the Year Picnic on May 20 from 11:20-3:30, and Graduation Ceremony on May 21 at noon in the gymnasium. Principal Baumann emphasized that this is the most fun time of the year, but also the most stressful.

Elementary/Middle School Principal Robinson pointed out their summer school enrollment numbers are lower than normal, with 67 students signed up for June classes and 64 for July classes. Sign up closed on May 20. Robinson also announced they finished their third round of MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) testing as well as state testing. 6th graders enjoyed their trip to Camp Bird May 2-6. Field trips usually taken to places near camp were replaced with visitors and demonstrations including Steve Marvin, Officer Hicks and Goerlinger with their K9 Officers. Superintendent Mans and Principal Robinson participated in the "Death March" where all who were capable made a muddy, wet hike through the woods around camp which made a great learning opportunity that takes work and coordination. Robinson thanked all the teachers that planned the week as well as retirees Mr. Scheels, Mrs. Scheels and Mrs. Kaas for all their hard work to make it a great week for the students. Furthermore, even though Crivitz lost their penny war to Coleman, forcing Principal Robinson to wear Coleman green on May 10, they raised an incredible amount of money for the Rennie family. Alex Rennie continues to fight for his life. His mom, Jodie, is a paraprofessional at the Elementary School. Crivitz School District raised almost $9,000, but combined with Coleman the total was almost $23,000.

Buildings, Grounds & Transportation Director Tom White helped set up the Junior Prom in the Middle/High School gym on April 30 which involved personnel lift and some tasks students shouldn't attempt. White held a bidders meeting for interested contractors regarding the Exterior Insulation Finishing System remediation on May 2 at the Middle/High School. A representative from Tremco, a materials vendor, was on site to answer bidders' questions. Unfortunately, only one prospective bidder was in attendance. White also oversaw the Spring Craft Show on May 7 in the Middle/High School gym where attendance was down from previous years. He offered a special thanks to volunteer Tina Baye for her work laying out the vendor booth locations, answering vendor questions and collecting vendor fees. Director White relayed that tornado drills were held in each building on May 12 at 2:10 p.m. where the Middle/High School building tested new routes and shelter areas. With some slight modifications this plan would serve the school well in the event of a real tornado emergency. Finally, with graduation coming up the maintenance crew spruced up the building and grounds for graduation with the platform set up May 18 and May 19 they began the setting up of over 500 folding chairs.

IT Director Nick Schramm announced an application for the vacant IT Support position. An interview has already been done and he is up for approval by the Board later. Shramm also discovered an error in a chromebook bid as he entered the purchase requisition. The total cost stated was $43,337.60 when it should have been $49,337.60, a $6,000 miscalculation. He reached out to the vendor for clarification, which they confirmed to be a mistake on their part, but ultimately couldn't honor as they would lose money. After speaking with the Buildings, Grounds, Transportation & Technology Committee members, they agreed on $47,357.60 resulting in $1,980 savings for the Crivitz School District. All chromebooks and computers arrived at this time for the 2022-2023 school year. Finally, the Google audit document has been sent back to Schramm and he will review the 125 page document and make any needed adjustments.

Business Administrative Assistant Sarah Jones reviewed the details of the 2021-2022 budget revision. At the beginning of the year, the School District's fund balance was $5,601,089 and anticipates a projective net change in the fund balance of $237,293 being reduced with most of that being the Buildings, Grounds, Transportation & Technology Committee's Five Year Plan approved to take funds out and also utilities and stipends. Board Member Huc expressed concern about the 4% decrease in the fund balance and pondered if they should spend more to keep the fund balance in check. Dama warned that the fund balance is an emergency fund and lowers their short term borrowing costs. Mans doesn't want to spend any more than 5-7% of the fund balance in fear of being too liberal with their money. Treasurer Cherry didn't want to spend any more of the fund balance than what Mans suggested as well. After deliberating the Five Year Plan all parties agree that they're on a good track with their funds.

Due to challenges of learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, some students weren't able to make their necessary academic progress which leads to continued academic struggles as they fall behind their peers. While some teachers and parents are suggesting to Special Education Director Stacey Caine to test these kids to see if they have a learning disability, often the worry is misplaced. As the COVID-19 pandemic and online learning was hard, it impacted every student differently. Mans asked the board to consider hiring a limited term (1-3 years) learning coach specific to those who aren't Special Education students, but need additional academic assistance. This would be a licensed teacher and ESSER III COVID relief money would be used to fund the position. Huc asked if there was enough need in the student body to warrant this position to be full time, to which Principal Robinson assured him that, "between reading and math intervention, there's plenty of students that need it." She also told the Board that while some teachers are trained in intervention, there is a serious need for extra instruction by a full time professional.

Mans asked the Board to consider utilizing a portion of the ESSER III COVID relief funding to give the entire staff a retention stipend of $750 for full time staff. The $750 would be prorated for the part-time staff based on their individual percent of full time work. The full cost of this would be $86,214 (around $90,000 including 2020-2021 retirees) which will be taxed as a bonus.

Mans also asked the board to consider the creation of an additional class of special education aide for the purpose of compensation. This new class of aide would include aides who have the duties of carrying out medical and bathroom related duties with students. This class of aide would be paid an additional $2 per hour. This incentive is required since the high amount of Special Education students who require additional duties regular aides aren't comfortable with. Various board members suggested other solutions; part-time nurse, all aides taking on these responsibilities or offering an alternative pay scale, but Mans assured that all other options would be more expensive than a new class of aide.

Mans recommended a 3.5% pay increase for administrative and support staff which is a percentage higher than it has been for four to five years. In total it comes out to a recurring cost of about $28,000 from the general fund budget.

White announced there were no properly submitted bids for the Middle/High School EIFS Remediation Bid. One bidder emailed a bid, which was $12,000 and well under the threshold for requiring bids. Buildings, Grounds, Transportation & Technology Director White will continue to seek bids.

Mans asked for the board's thoughts on the Middle/High School access road. Grandaw asked what the purpose of the road is now, since it started out as a blacktop road that was going to be used for bussing, but is now a gravel road with a gate. White corrected her and said it was meant to provide a safe avenue of escape during a nefarious event where other roads may be blocked off. President Grandaw argued, "They don't need a road. They're coming no matter what." White said that it would be hard to do that during winter, to which Grandaw asked if they were going to plow a gravel road which would prove difficult, but possible. Grandaw also resisted the idea of keeping the road as it looked bad, that it wouldn't be better at rerouting buses if they're not using it and that traffic in the parking lot gets along just fine with police directing traffic.

White announced that Pat Swick, Rich Starzer and Dana Walters have submitted notices that they will be resigning from their student transportation contracts at the end of this school year. It's recommended that the contracts be offered to the remaining student transportation providers at the existing rate. If more than one remaining contractor expresses interest in assuming the contracts, a winner for each route will be determined by random drawing.

Board member Gary Huc asked that Community Ed be included in the agenda for May. The District has had the position posted for a month without any applicants. Administration is also actively trying to recruit individuals to apply for the position. Until a suitable candidate is found, the responsibilities of the position of Community Ed Supervisor have been reassigned to other staff. There is no plan to reduce, end or change Community Education. The plan is to actively search for a new Community Education Supervisor so that Community Ed programs continue to serve the school and community. Gary Huc wanted to implement more community input, but other board members grew concerned they would dominate the position, not the school district. Dama argued that the phone calls, email and public input is sufficient community input.

NEOLA policy updates were mainly changing the verbage and wording on the policies. Board members were fine with these and didn't look them over.

President Grandaw then announced that the board would look over the items scheduled for action.

Dama made a motion to approve the resignation of all three student transportation contracts as long as they get some type of recognition for their services, seconded by Cherry. Carried unanimously.

Dama made a motion to approve Stacie Witt for the School District's Nurse, seconded by Heidewald. Carried unanimously.

Ihde made a motion to approve James Levenhagen for the IT Support Specialist position, seconded by Cherry. Carried unanimously.

Heidewald made a motion to approve Jonathan Halverson for the part-time custodial employee position, seconded by Huc. Sonny Graese abstained.

Ihde made a motion to approve Carla Clarke for the part-time food service employee position, seconded by Heidewald.

Heidewald made a motion to approve the list of volunteers/chaperones list, seconded by Cherry. Carried unanimously.

Cherry made a motion to approve the 2021-2022 budget revision, seconded by Ihde. Carried unanimously.

Huc made a motion to approve the addition of a limited term learning loss coach, seconded by Ihde. Carried unanimously.

Cherry made a motion to approve the ESSER III retention stipend, seconded by Ihde. Carried unanimously.

Dama made a motion to approve the new class of Special Education Aide, seconded by Grase. Carried unanimously.

Heidewald made a motion to approve a 3.5% increase to administrative and support staff compensation for 2022-2023, seconded by Ihde. Carried unanimously.

No motion was required for the EIFS remediation bid.

Huc made a motion to install the gravel access driveway as requested by Buildings, Grounds, Transportation & Technology Director White with a gate on the end of it, seconded by Dama. Grandaw and Heidewald opposed, and the motion carried 5 to 2.

Cherry made a motion to approve offering the student transportation contracts resigned by Pat Swick, Rich Starzer and Dana Walters to the remaining student transportation providers at the existing terms and length, seconded by Dama. Carried unanimously.

Heidewald made a motion to approve all NEOLA Board policy updates, seconded by Ihde. Carried unanimously.

Cherry made a motion to approve the renewal of the Crivitz School District's workers' compensation, general liability and property insurance with M3 causing an increase of $6,818 over last year due mainly to commercial property replacement costs increasing. Seconded by Huc. Carried unanimously.

Ihde made a motion to approve 2022 Early College Credit class applications, seconded by Heidewald. Carried unanimously.

Dama made a motion to approve the 2022 Fall Start College Now Applications, seconded by Ihde. Carried unanimously.

There was no suggestions for future agenda items. The meeting was adjourned at 7:14 p.m.


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