Published On: Wed, Aug 24th, 2016

Wausa Gazette Public Notices 8.24.16

MEETING NOTICE
The Village of Wausa Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting, Monday, August 29, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. in the Municipal Office for the purpose of working on the budget and discussing salaries for FY 2016/17.
The agenda is available for public inspection during normal business hours in the Village Clerk’s office. This meeting is open to the attendance of the public.
Karen Kleinschmit
Village Clerk
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PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE
In accordance with Section 84-1408 through 84-1414, Nebraska Rev. Stat., the Wau-Col Regional Water System – Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District will hold a Public Meeting on Thursday, September 1, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. at the Belden Library; Belden, Nebraska. An agenda of the items to be considered at such time and place is kept continually current and available for public inspection during normal business hours at the Lower Elkhorn NRD, 601 East Benjamin, Norfolk, NE.
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Board of Education
Regular Meeting
August 15, 2016
The regular meeting of the Wausa Board of Education was called to order by Darren Vanness at 7:00 p.m.  Members present were:  Darren Vanness, Mike Kumm, Terry Johnson, Terry Nelson, Brian Wakeley, Mark Dawson
The Pledge of Allegiance was stated.
The motion was made by Mike Kumm and seconded by Terry Nelson to adopt the agenda.
Aye:  Darren Vanness, Mike Kumm, Terry Johnson, Terry Nelson, Brian Wakeley, Mark Dawson.
The motion was made by Terry Nelson and seconded by Mark Dawson to approve the July board minutes.
Aye:  Darren Vanness, Mike Kumm, Terry Johnson, Terry Nelson, Brian Wakeley, Mark Dawson.
Deanna Anderson was a guest.
Treasurer’s Report:
General Fund Receipts:
Commercial State Bank    148.17
ESU #1    2,511.22
Knox County Treasurer    19,448.37
Cedar County Treasurer    4,730.08
Pierce County Treasurer    383.16
Total     $27,221.00
General Fund Disbursements:
July payroll    156,725.05
Amazon.com    1,106.59
Apple Inc    25,479.00
Josh Barney    5,384.90
Big Red Mini Mart    602.99
Brown & Saenger    527.50
Burke Engineering Sales Co    275.85
Cambium Learning Inc    53.80
Candlewood Suites    779.70
Carlson Home & Auto    527.80
Cedar Knox PPD    2,433.45
CHS    454.14
Country Inn & Suites Kearney    534.00
DD Steel    720.64
Eakes Office Plus    5,998.11
The Education Station    175.47
Elan Financial Services    491.07
ESU # 10    340.00
Folkers Bros Garage    926.71
Great Plains Comm    2,720.97
Hagge Glass    450.00
Hefner Hardware    1,013.28
Hillyard    337.82
Hireright LLC    29.40
Hometown Leasing    1,321.01
Journeyed.com inc    480.00
K/V Electric LLC    1,743.33
Knova’s Carpets    3,390.06
Main Street Grocery    23.43
Matheson Tri-Gas Inc    39.52
McGraw-Hill School Education    4,957.79
Menards    39.92
Munroe-Meyer Institute    425.00
Mutual of Omaha    490.05
NCSA    420.00
Nebraska Safety Center @ UNK    75.00
Nebraska Scientific    209.42
NE Nebraska News Co    172.60
Perry, Guthery, Haase & Gessford    150.00
Pioneer Publishing    38.96
Playtime Equipment & School    1,392.40
Postmaster    649.50
Rasmussen Mechancial Services    2,540.00
Really Good Stuff    254.35
Roger’s Auto    2,692.00
Scholastic Inc    47.37
School Specialty Inc    3,806.83
SourceGas    462.27
Sparqdata Solutions    1,500.00
TASC    378.21
Teacher Direct    365.45
Teacher Synergy LLC    60.59
Teacher Strategies Inc    365.75
Terry Clausen Trucking    1,721.14
TPRS Pub Inc    140.00
Ultimate Office Solutions Inc    287.68
Viking Lumber    204.61
Worthington Direct    1,874.96
Total    $240,807.44
Superintendent Hoesing reviewed the treasurer’s report, listing revenue as well as general fund payroll and bills to be paid. The various other supporting funds were reviewed which include the Special Building Fund, Qualified Capitol Purpose fund, Employee Benefit Fund, Cooperative Fund and Depreciation fund.
The motion was made by Terry Nelson and seconded by Mike Kumm to approve the  treasurer’s report as presented by Superintendent Hoesing.
Aye:  Darren Vanness, Mike Kumm, Terry Johnson, Terry Nelson, Brian Wakeley, Mark Dawson.
Superintendent Hoesing reviewed the claims.
The motion was made by Brian Wakeley and seconded by Mike Kumm to approve the claims as presented by Superintendent Hoesing.
Aye:  Darren Vanness, Mike Kumm, Terry Johnson, Terry Nelson, Brian Wakeley, Mark Dawson.
Superintendent Hoesing reviewed the monthly activity report.
The motion was made by Mike Kumm and seconded by Brian Wakeley to accept the bid by El-Dorado Water Softeners for a water softener for the old building and the north wing. Cost will be $5,750 which includes installation and purchase of a new softner unit.
Aye:  Darren Vanness, Mike Kumm, Terry Johnson, Terry Nelson, Brian Wakeley, Mark Dawson.
Mr. Hoesing reported: the NASB is conducting their annual Labor Relations Workshop on September 8th & 9th; in late July Mr. Hoesing and Mrs. Hennings attended Administrator Days in Kearney;  provided updates on summer projects.  The board will hold a meeting on Wednesday, August 24th, for 2015-16 spend down and subsequent budget workshop.
Mrs. Hennings principal report included:  7th and 8th Grade Orientation was Monday, August 8, 2016 the attendance was good; new teacher orientation was Friday, August 12th; PK-6 Open House is scheduled for Wednesday, August 17th at 7:00 p.m.; 3rd – 8th grade teachers and PK-8 Principal will attend a NeSA/ELA assessment workshop on September 1st in Norfolk; K-6 will be requesting samples of reading curriculums for the 2017-2018 school year.
Mr. Conn provided his AD report. The 2016 Football team began its season on August 8th with 18 boys participating. Volleyball will begin its season on Monday, August 15th with 28 girls signed up on the roster. The new football scoreboard was installed on Friday, August 5th with the help of our custodial staff and Burns Construction. Installation went off without hitch and the wiring will be installed by KV Electric this week. The Wausa coaching staff has completed the new “Head, Heart, and Heat Illness” initiative mandated by the Nebraska School Activities Association.
Mr. Hoesing gave an update on strategic planning. He shared a short video and provided the Board with a visual of the process from Mission statement to Action plans, along with the vision statement as the Board of Education. He provided information on Wausa Public School’s eight pillars of a successful school district, along with the strategic planning “master sheet” outlining goals and the action items addressed by the staff, the Board of Education, students and business leaders. Lastly he provided the Board with the Wausa Schools Board of Education Code of Ethics and he asked that they each rank the Board characteristics listed, 1 being their strongest characteristic and 10 being their weakest.
Discussion was conducted on the following items:  Getting Members Online with REMIND, E-Meetings updates, Strategic Planning Next Steps, Code of Ethics, Identifying stakeholder groups.  The Board decided the following as important stakeholders:  Business Leaders, Agriculture Community, Parents, Senior Citizens and identifying times to meet with those groups.
Upcoming meetings:
Wednesday, August 24th, 2016 at 7:00 p.m., 2016-17 proposed budget workshop, 2015-16 spend down.
Monday, September 12th, 2016 at 7:00 p.m., 2016-17 budget and tax levy hearings, followed by regular meeting.
The meeting was adjourned by chairman Darren Vanness at 8:07 p.m.
Recording Secretary
Jessica Barta
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