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Special Assembly Sioux Metropolis Local community College District Instructional Service Middle Minutes – Pending Board Approval June 14, 2021 – 4:30 p.m. I.Connect with to Order 1 II.Roll Phone of Customers 1 III.Acceptance of Agenda 1 IV.Approval of Closed Session/Shut Session 1 V.Adjourn Shut Session / Return to Open Session 1 VI.Adjourn 1 Unique Meeting Sioux Town Neighborhood College District Instructional Assistance Middle Minutes – Pending Board Acceptance June 14, 2021 – 4:30 p.m. I.Contact to Order President Alarcon-Flory called the exclusive conference to purchase at 4:30 p.m. II.Roll Call of Members Existing: Administrators Alarcon-Flory, Albert (4:52 p.m.), Colling, Goodvin, Greenwell, Saint and Scarlett (via telephone) III.Approval of Agenda Director Colling moved and Director Saint seconded the movement to approve the agenda. Directors Greenwell and Goodvin shared feedback with regards to setting goals for following college calendar year in advance of ending present school year. Motion carried 5-. IV.Acceptance of Closed Session / Closed Session Director Saint moved and Director Goodwin seconded the movement to go into a closed session to talk about approach relating to work ailments of an employee not protected by a collective bargaining settlement. Exempt as delivered by Iowa Code Portion 21.9. Motion carried 5-, and the Board retired to closed session at 4:35 p.m. V.Adjourn Shut Session / Return to Open Session Director Saint moved and Director Greenwell seconded the motion to adjourn a closed session and return to open up session. Movement carried 6-, and the Board returned to open up session at 6:02 p.m. VI.Adjourn Director Colling moved and Director Goodvin seconded the movement to adjourn the specific conference. Motion carried 6-, and the unique conference adjourned at 6:03 p.m. _________________________ Perla Alarcon-Flory, President SCCSD Board of Directors ____________________________ Cynthia A. Lloyd, Board Secretary SCCSD Board of Directors Frequent Conference Sioux Town Group University District Educational Support Heart Minutes – Pending Board Acceptance June 14, 2021 – 6:00 p.m. I.Connect with to Purchase / Pledge of Allegiance 1 II.Roll Phone of Users 1 III.Approval of Agenda 1 IV.Citizen Enter 1 V.Consent Motion Product(s) 1 A.Board Assembly Minutes from May well 10, 2021 B.Human Resources Report(s) C.Finance Report(s) D.Making Truth Fluency Teacher Kits E.Profession & Technical Training (CTE) Advisory Committee F.Large University School rooms Household furniture Buy G.Modification to the Agreement Amongst the Iowa Department of Human Services and the SCCSD H.Further Computer software Licenses for FY22 I.PowersSchool Unified Talent Proposal FY22 J.FY22 Product Existence Cycle Purchases K.Projector Lifetime Cycle Invest in L.FY22 ESSER Equipment M.Food and Nutrition Bids Once-a-year Contract Renewal N.District’s Custodial Floor Sweepers O.Preschool Vision Grant Elements VI.Board Member Experiences / Long term Conferences 2-3 VII.Superintendent’s Report 3 VIII.Objects of Presentation, Dialogue, and/or Action 3-4 A.Acceptance of Settlement of Pending Litigation B.FY21 Protecting & Protection Tools Resolution C.Transfer of ESSER II Resources from the Common Fund to the School Nutrition Fund D.Transfer to Overall flexibility Account E.MidAmerican Electricity Company Underground Electric Easement at NHS F.Initially Studying of Board Procedures IX.Adjourn 4 Standard Meeting Sioux Town Neighborhood University District Educational Assistance Heart Minutes – Pending Board Acceptance June 14, 2021 – 6:00 p.m. I.Call to Buy / Pledge of Allegiance President Alarcon-Flory called the common conference to buy at 6:11 p.m. II.Roll Get in touch with of Members Existing: Administrators Alarcon-Flory, Albert, Colling, Goodwin, Greenwell, Saint and Scarlett (on telephone) III.Acceptance of Agenda Director Albert moved and Director Colling seconded the movement to approve the agenda. Movement carried 7-. IV.Citizen Enter Ryan Haskins, 518 Pierce Road, tackled the Board as an advocate for Arts Education. He thanked the District for their partnership, the require for the arts, and their appreciation for the connection amongst the District and the Symphony. V.Consent Action Merchandise(s) Director Colling moved and Director Goodvin seconded the movement to approve the following consent motion items. Motion carried 7-, with Director Saint abstaining from merchandise “E”. A.Board Conference Minutes from Could 10, 2021 – Dr. Paul Gausman B.Human Means Report(s) – Dr. Rita Vannatta C.Finance Report(s) – Patty Blankenship D.Setting up Simple fact Fluency Instructor Kits – Heidi Anthony E.Career & Technical Education (CTE) Advisory Committee – Katie Towler F.High University Classrooms Household furniture Acquire – Jim Vanderloo G.Amendment to the Agreement In between the Iowa Section of Human Providers and the SCCSD – Dr. Kim Buryanek H.More Software program Licenses for FY22 – John Pritchard I.PowersSchool Unified Talent Proposal FY22 – John Pritchard J.FY22 System Lifestyle Cycle Purchases – John Pritchard K.Projector Lifetime Cycle Obtain – John Pritchard L.FY22 ESSER Machines – John Pritchard M.Foodstuff and Nourishment Bids Yearly Contract Renewal – Tim Paul N.District’s Custodial Flooring Sweepers – Tim Paul O.Preschool Vision Grant Elements – Dr. Brian Burnight – 1 – VI.Board Member Studies / Foreseeable future Meetings Director Scarlett: -She thanked the complete District, principals, graduates, and our Board President on her graduation speech. -She frequented 17 out of 21 colleges this previous calendar yr. -She identified our District, the NAACP, and the OURS Guardian Team for the online video that was performed in partnership with the Director of Equity to realize African-American learners who changeover from 5th grade to middle university, from 8th quality to significant college, and highlighted our graduating seniors. -She attended Board Leadership and Scholar Accomplishment Committee meetings. -She encouraged the District to go on cultural variety instruction to produce our educators. Director Albert: -She attended the Pupil Achievement Committee meeting and a webinar on the legislative session. -She congratulated our graduates, their household customers and academics who aided make them effective. Director Goodvin: -He understands how vital the arts are in our District, and congratulated our graduates. Director Saint: -He attended graduations and considered they went well. Director Colling: -He attended Board Finance & Facilities Committee and University student Achievement Committee conferences and graduations. Director Greenwell: -He attended Board Finance & Services Committee conference and inspired the general public to offer enter on how the District need to devote ESSER money. -He referenced letters he sent to President Alarcon-Flory concerning comparing the Superintendent’s deal to other individuals in the state. Director Alarcon-Flory: -She attended the District retirement evening meal, Board Policy Committee meeting, Morningside Times Parade, IASB teaching for Board Presidents, and graduations. -She led Interpreter education for our District, and was equipped to stop by all 19 faculty buildings. -So appreciates the conversations she has had with staff, administrators, lecturers, mother and father, and so forth. -She has served this District for 12 yrs highlighting a selection of achievements she has been honored to be a element of. -She offered reaction to Director Greenwell’s letters and reviews from latest Board conferences. She asked for legal counsel from Attorney Dan Moore. Director Greenwell objected. Dan Moore, Attorney, mentioned he will make contact with President Alarcon-Flory and Vice-President Scarlett immediately after the assembly for procedural guidance and clarification. -2 – Upcoming Meetings are as follows: -Board Finance & Amenities Committee – 3:00 p.m., June 21, 2021, ESC Board Area. -Board Pupil Accomplishment Committee – Noon, June 23, 2021, ESC Board Area. -Exclusive / Standard College Board Assembly – 4:30 p.m., June 28, 2021, ESC Board Space. -Normal Faculty Board Assembly – 6:00 p.m., July 12, 2021, ESC Board Space. -Board Coverage Committee 4:00 p.m., July 13, 2021, ESC Board Home. VII.Superintendent’s Report -He released the District’s new Director of Communications, Leslie Heying. -He reminded the public of our free summer months food application for young children ages 1-18. Breakfast and lunch sacks are readily available at 31 areas. -He participated in the Sioux Metropolis Public Universities Basis “Read through to Me: Opening Textbooks, Minds & Doors” at Perry Creek Elementary. -Job Academy pupils are now in a position to examine our Ag program in partnership with Morningside College in our previous Longfellow Elementary campus. -Congratulations to Bernie Scolaro, West Higher Faculty, who was named Iowa Counselor of the Calendar year. VIII.Merchandise of Presentation, Dialogue, and/or Motion B.Acceptance of Settlement of Pending Litigation – Dr. Paul Gausman Director Greenwell moved and Director Saint seconded the movement to approve EMC’s settlement of pending litigation. Motion carried 6-, with Director Albert abstaining from vote. C.FY21 Protecting & Basic safety Equipment Resolution – Patty Blankenship Director Greenwell moved and Director Scarlett seconded the movement to approve the FY21 Protective and Security Gear Funding Resolution and the transfer of $15,000 from the Normal Fund to the Student Activity Fund for expenditures that occurred concerning July 1, 2020 and May perhaps 31, 2021 for buys or reconditioning of protecting and security gear necessary for extracurricular athletics. Motion carried 7-. D.Transfer of ESSER II Cash from the Typical Fund to the University Nutrition Fund – Patty Blankenship Director Colling moved and Director Greenwell seconded the motion to approve the transfer of no far more than $800,000 of ESSER II funds from the Normal Fund to the Faculty Nourishment Fund for wages and benefits paid to food items services workers from July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021. Motion carried 7-. E.Transfer to Overall flexibility Account – Patty Blankenship Director Scarlett moved and Director Albert seconded the movement to approve a transfer of $128,349 of Marketplace Variable Incentive to the Flexibility Account. Movement carried 7-. -3 – F.MidAmerican Electricity Company Underground Electrical Easement at North High School – Tim Paul Director Colling moved and Director Goodvin seconded the motion approve an underground electrical easement with MidAmerican Power for $1.00 at North Higher College. A public hearing will be held at 6:00 p.m. area time, at the Instructional Service Middle, 627 4th Road, Sioux Metropolis, Iowa, on the 28th working day of June, 2021. Strategies and technical specs may well be reviewed at the Obtaining Manager’s workplace located at the very same deal with. Motion carried 6-, with Director Saint abstaining from vote. G.Initially Studying of Board Policies – Dr. Paul Gausman -505.13 Relatives Night / Sundays & Wednesdays -584.10 Graduation Exercise routines -602.6 Driver’s Instruction – DELETE Director Colling moved and Director Albert seconded the movement to approve the above Board procedures for initially looking at. Movement carried 7-. IX.Adjourn Director Scarlett moved and Director Saint seconded the movement to adjourn the common meeting. Movement carried 7-, and the standard assembly adjourned at 7:05 p.m. ____________________________ Perla Alarcon-Flory, President SCCSD Board of Administrators _____________________________ Cynthia A. Lloyd, Secretary SCCSD Board of Directors Published in the Sioux Metropolis Journal June 23, 2021. LGL#34357