Published On: Wed, Nov 30th, 2016

Randolph Times Public Notices 11.30.16

NOTICE OF MEETING
The regular meeting of the Randolph City Council will be held on Wednesday, December 7, 2016, at 6:30 p.m. at the City Office.  An agenda is kept current in the city office for public inspection.
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MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETING
BOARD OF EDUCATION
7:00 P.M, MONDAY NOVEMBER 21, 2016
BOARD MEMBERS
Paul Schmit, Presiding Officer
Tim Kint, Vice President
Sandy Owens, Secretary-Board of Education
Loren Haselhorst
Jim Scott
Michael Strathman
Superintendent of Schools
Jeff Hoesing
Mike Krueger an NRD Board of Director presented a check to the Randolph Public School District for $25,216.22 for improvements made to the elementary playground.
The regular meeting of the Randolph Board of Education was called to order at 7:06 pm by President Paul Schmit on November 21, 2016 with the following present:  Members: Paul Schmit, Loren Haselhorst, Tim Kint, Sandy Owens, Mike Strathman, Jim Scott,   Superintendent Hoesing, Principal Miller, Principal Bazata, patrons, a staff member, Angie Steffen of the Randolph Times and Susan Lenhoff recording secretary.
President, Paul Schmit announced and informed the public that a current copy of the open meetings act is posted in the Board room.
Motion was made by Kint and seconded by Owens to hereby determine that this meeting was preceded by published notice being published in the October 26th, 2016 Randolph Times and is hereby duly convened in open session.  On roll call vote motion carried 6-0.
Motion was made by Haselhorst and seconded by Scott to approve the October 17th, 2016 regular meeting minutes. On roll call vote motion carried 6-0.
Motion was made by Owens and seconded by Strathman to approve the November, 2016 claims. On roll call vote motion carried 6-0.
Motion was made by Strathman and seconded by Kint in accepting the 2015-2016 audit.   On roll call vote motion carried 6-0.
K-6 Principal Miller, 7-12 Principal Bazata and Superintendent Hoesing gave their monthly reports to the board.
Motion was made by Kint and seconded by Strathman to enter into executive session at 8:00 pm for the protection of needless injury to the reputation of personnel, to discuss the superintendent contract.   On roll call vote motion carried 6-0.
Motion was made by Scott to exit executive session at 8:36 pm.
Motion was made by Strathman and seconded by Owens to adjourn the meeting at 8:37 pm.   On roll call vote motion carried 6-0.
Notice is hereby given that the next regular board meeting of the Randolph Board of Education will be Monday, December 19, 2016 at 7:00 p.m.   The regular meeting will be held at the high school board room and is open to the public.  An agenda is kept continually current and is available for public inspection in the Superintendent’s Office during regular office hours.
I, the undersigned, the duly qualified and acting Recording Secretary of the Randolph Board of Education, Randolph, Nebraska, hereby certify that the attached and foregoing minutes are a true and correct copy of a meeting of the Randolph Board of Education, held in open session at Randolph, Nebraska on the 21st day of November, 2016, which meeting was preceded by published notice.
Respectfully Submitted
Susan Lenhoff
Recording Secretary
GENERAL FUND
ANDERSON, MARK, SCHOOL BUS PERMIT, 7.50; APPEARA, SUPPLIES, 377.91; BERNER’S SERVICE, FUEL, 273.70; BLACK HILLS ENERGY, NATURAL GAS, 2,681.85; BLAZER MANUFACTURING CO, TEACHING SUPPLIES, 65.91; Blick Art Material, SUPPLIES, 25.92; BOSTWICK FENCING, ELEMENTARY FENCING PROJECT, 5,760.00; CABLE ONE, MONTHLY FEES, 5.64; CHEMSEARCH, MONTHLY FEES, 613.21; CITY OF RANDOLPH, ELECTRICITY, GARBAGE,WATER,SEWER, 5,473.11; Davis, David, TEACHING SUPPLIES, 95.41; Davis, David, TEACHING SUPPLIES, (95.41); DAVIS, MELISSA, TEACHING SUPPLIES, 229.17; DAVIS, MELISSA, TEACHING SUPPLIES, 95.41; Dunham Hardwoods, Inc., TEACHING SUPPLIES, 2,537.98; EDUC SERVICE UNIT 1, SCHOOL AGE AND PSP EARLY INTERVENTION, 35,433.50; Educational Service Unit #2, EARLY INTERVENTION, 2,200.00; GECRB/AMAZON, CRIMPER TOOL, BUS BARN SUPPLY, 169.96; HireRight Solutions Inc., SUPPLIES, 37.75; HOESING, JEFFERY, BUS LICENSE, 7.50; HOLIDAY INN, MOTEL – CONFERENCE COUNSELOR, 99.95; JAYMAR BUSINESS FORMS INC, GENERAL FUND CHECKS, 246.00; JIM’S FOOD CENTER, SUPPLIES, 216.57; JOHNSON CONTROLS, SERVICE AGREEMENT, 750.00; JW PEPPER & SONS INC, ELEMENTARY & HS MUSIC, 273.85; KEN’S BAND INSTRUMENT REPAIR, REPAIRS, 140.94; KNOW BUDDY RESOURCES, LIBRARY BOOKS, 194.70; LAUCK, EMILY, HONORARIUM, 50.00; LEGO EDUCATION, CHALLENGE SET, 544.84; LEITING AUTO SUPPLY, BUS BARN SUPPLIES, 127.62; MARCO, INC., MONTHLY FEES, 261.00; MCGRAW-HILL SCHOOL EDUCATION HOLDINGS, LLC, ELEMENTARY BOOKS, 82.77; MCI, TELEPHONE, 90.50; MENARDS, VALVE STEM KEY, 72.25; MEYER, SUSAN, OCTOBER HOURS, 411.00; NE SAFETY CENTER @UNK, TRANSPORTATION COURSE, 25.00; NORTHEAST NEBRASKA NEWS, LEGAL ADS, 155.08; O’KEEFE ELEVATOR COMPANY INC, ELEVATOR TESTING, 480.40; PAUL’S WELDING, PLAYGROUND HOOKS, 21.80; PEGLER SYSCO, HAND FOAM SANITIZER, 120.00; PERRY, GUTHERY, HAASE & GESSFOR, LEGAL FEES, 690.00; PETTY CASH, REGISTRATION, PSAT, 94.00; PRESTO-X-COMPANY, CONTRACTED SERVICES, 102.11; QUALITY DRY CLEANERS INC, BAND UNIFORMS DRY CLEAN, 640.30; QWEST/ CENTURYLINK, TELEPHONE, 182.06; Randolph Clinic, BUS DRIVER PHYSICAL, 134.00; RANDOLPH FARM SUPPLY, FUEL, 121.28; RANDOLPH HOT LUNCH, PRESCHOOL TUITION TRANSFER, 560.00; RANDOLPH HOT LUNCH, LUNCH REIMBURSEMENT, 689.70; RASMUSSEN MECHANICAL SERVICES, ELEM. BOILER REPAIR, 534.30; RAY’S MIDBELL MUSIC, REPAIRS, 26.60; S&H TAX SERVICE, 125 ADMIN, 163.80; SAM’S HARDWARE HANK, SUPPLIES, 121.76; SYNOVEC, GERALD, SCHOOL BUS PERMIT, 7.50; TAESE/USU, TRI STATE LAW CONFERENCE, 200.00; Thompson Co., The, CLEANING SUPPLIES, 1,517.73; VERIZON WIRELESS, TELEPHONE, 106.37; VISA, GAS, BLINDS, FEES, MEAL, ITUNES, 1,007.37; VOLKMAN PLBING & HEATING ,REPAIRS ELEM. AND HS, 1,603.92; VOSS LIGHTING, BALLAST, 222.60; WATTIER’S TRUE VALUE, CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 338.61; WINNER’S CIRCLE, APPRECIATION PLAQUE, 113.68; Y&Y LAWN SERVICE, FERTILIZER LAWN, 80.00; ZACH, ANGELA, MILEAGE OMAHA CONFERENCE, 44.80; Fund Total: 69,662.78
SCHOOL LUNCH/MILK FUND
APPEARA, SUPPLIES, 163.66; BERNARD’S FOOD INDUSTRIES INC, FOOD SUPPLIES, 328.40; CASH-WA DISTRIBUTING, FOOD SUPPLIES, 555.28; Chesterman Company, JUICE FOR MACHINE, 162.96; EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO’S INC., FOOD SUPPLIES, 175.95; HEARTLAND FREE PROTECTION CO., RECERTIFICATION RANGE HOOD, 198.35; HHS SERVICES–FOOD DISTRIBUTION PROGRAMS, FOOD SUPPLIES, 1,743.43; HILAND DAIRY, FOOD SUPPLIES, 1,199.37; JIM’S FOOD CENTER, FOOD SUPPLIES, 1,407.36; PEGLER SYSCO, FOOD SUPPLIES, 3,578.08; REIMERS, HEATHER, SUPPLIES, 59.78; REIMERS, MARTHA, CAN OPENER, 24.69; Thompson Co., The, FOOD SUPPLIES, 1,530.31; Fund Total: 11,127.62
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