Anamosa Community School District
September 6, 2012
The Anamosa Board of Education met in regular session on September 6, 2012, at 7:02 p.m., in the Strawberry Hill Elementary School computer lab with President Tiedt presiding. Members present:
Crump, Riniker, Kilburg, Behnke, McKean and Lambertsen.
Motion by Behnke, seconded by Riniker to adopt the agenda, as printed. Motion carried 7-0.
Motion by Lambertsen, seconded by Behnke to approve the consent agenda(personnel appointments/
adjustments), as submitted. Motion carried 7-0.
Motion by McKean, seconded by Lambertsen to approve change management issue No. 55249 – ground water issue continued and No. 55250–modify bus loop. Action taken by the Board at the last meeting left the contingency fund $54,007.18 in arrears. With the Board approving an add-on of $54,010.00 to the contingency fund, the balance will be $2.82. Motion carried 7-0.
Motion by Lambertsen, seconded by Riniker to approve going from a 6 mil vapor barrier to a 10 mil vapor barrier in the gym. WP 09E – 10 mil vapor barrier, Midwest Floor Covering – install 10 mil polyethylene sheeting in gym to provide a higher water vapor permeance in the gym. Contract add of $2,519.00. Motion carried 7-0.
Motion by Lambertsen, seconded by Crump to approve the sale of the Highway 64 property for $587,675.00. Motion carried 7-0.
Motion by Behnke, seconded by Kilburg to approve the following mentors for the 2012-13 school year:
Ashley Hetting - 2nd grade - Barb Andreesen
Steve Angerer - high school special education - Kevin Barnes
Jaime Hamblin - reading specialist - Mary Nosbisch
Motion carried 7-0.
Motion by Crump, seconded by Behnke to approve the first reading of the following Board policies:
802.9 - Investments
RP802.9 - Investments
Motion carried 7-0.
Motion by Riniker, seconded by Kilburg to approve “The Write Tools” Professional Services Agreement for 2012-13 professional development for grades PK-8. Motion carried 7-0.
Motion by Behnke, seconded by McKean to terminate an employee who had shoulder surgery last year and is unable to fulfill her duties as a Rainbow Daycare employee because of a permanent weight lifting restriction. Motion carried 7-0.