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SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT AND AGENDA

Regular Meeting of the Board of Education


Independent School District No. 280, Richfield, Minnesota

Monday, October 6, 2014


7:00 PM Regular School Board Meeting
District Board Room

I.

CALL TO ORDER

II.

REVIEW AND APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA

III.

INFORMATION AND PROPOSALS -- NON-ACTION ITEMS


A.

Receiving of Delegations
1.

B.

Reports and Information from School Sources


1.

C.

Superintendent Update
a.

Entry Plan Report

b.

Worlds Best Workforce

Communications from Non-school Sources


1.

Commendations - None

IV. CONSENT AGENDA


A.

Routine Matters
1. Minutes of the regular meeting of September 15, 2014
2. General Disbursements of October 6, 2014 in the amount of $576,946.07

B.

Personnel Items
Management Team Retirement
Nancy Lerner Director of Title Programs

Agenda

October 6, 2014

Certified Full Time Positions for Employment 1st Year Probation


Kristin Hayek Special Education Middle School
Athena Jimenez Dual Language Social Studies Middle School
Jay Melchior Special Education Middle School
Eudoro Olivares Dual Language Elementary RDLS
Christina Polk Science Senior High
Certified Full Time Positions for Employment Temporary
Lastenia Bates Benavides Dual Language Kindergarten RDLS
Melissa Moen Elementary Education Centennial
Kristian Pulford Language Arts Senior High
Lindsey Storhaug Elementary Education Sheridan Hills
Classified Part Time Positions for Employment Paraprofessionals
Christine Bartlett 18 hr/wk Instructional Title I Para Sheridan Hills
Nancy Diercks 13.75 hr/wk Managerial Para RSTEM
Paul Lundin 32.5 hr/wk Special Ed. Para Centennial
Carol McCartan 18 hr/wk Instructional Title I Para Sheridan Hills
Jake Oakley 32.5 hr/wk Special Ed. Para RDLS
Classified Part Time Resignation Food & Nutrition Services
Lisa Nelson 15 hr/wk Kitchen Assistant Senior High
Classified Part Time Resignation Paraprofessional
Ginny Contreras 30.25 hr/wk Instructional (ESL) Para Middle School
V.

OLD BUSINESS
1.

VI.

Two Year Plan for Technology

NEW BUSINESS
1.

Set Non-Resident Tuition Rates

2.

Donations:

RBCU (Richfield / Bloomington Credit Union)


Kopp Family Foundation
Jeffrey and Audrey Rohlinger

VII. LEGISLATIVE UPDATE

VIII. ADVANCE PLANNING


A. Information and Questions from Board

Agenda

October 6, 2014

B. Future Meeting Dates


10-20-14 Mon. 7:00 pm

Regular Board Meeting


District Board Room
Hosted by Richfield STEM School

11-3-14

Regular Board Meeting

Mon. 7:00 pm

District Board Room

C. Suggested Agenda Items


1.

IX.

ADJOURNMENT

Agenda

October 6, 2014

Board of Education
October 6, 2014

Achievement for
All
Positive Climate
Organizational
Effectiveness

Evaluate

Implement

Plan

Vision

Team

Current Reality
MCA Growth
Graduation Rate Growth
Richfield versus State
Richfield gaps

MCA Growth

Graduation Rate Growth

Richfield Versus State Math

Richfield Versus State Science

Professional Learning Communities


Teams looking at student learning
and improving instruction
Building Upon previous work
Over 60 staff initial training May 23
Systemic preparation with principals August
Launch with staff August
Ongoing focus and PD throughout year

Q-Comp/Teacher Development
and Evaluation
Evaluating and improving our
results
Q-comp Passed July
Launched with principals August
Launch with staff August
Ongoing focus and PD throughout year

Strategic Planning
Creation of roadmap to guide
our work

Begin process January 2015


Staff, student, family and community
involvement
Plan implementation beginning fall 2015

Build a team understanding and


commitment
Together We Achieve
Launched fall 2014
Team activities and messages throughout
year
Creation of clear and unified team and
structure

Reorganized District Office


Structure
Creation of new support team
Aligned support to buildings
High expectations for ALL

Board of Educations
Superintendent
Steven Unowsky

Assistant Superintendent
Leadriane Roby

Exec. Director of
Special Programs

Exec. Director of HR &


Admin. Services

Exec. Director of Finance &


Operations

Mary Clarkson

Craig Holje

Michael Schwartz

Director of ELL

Director of Title

Kasya Willhite

Nancy Lerner

Supv. of HR

Supv. of Finance

Lynn Opatz

Nick Bishop

Director of Literacy

Director of Student Srvs

Tia Clasen

Christina Gonzalez

Dan Moore

Director of Math

Exec. Director
Community Services

Director of SpEd

Bloomington

Supv. of Nutrition

Carrie Vala

Supv. of Bldg/Grnd/Trans

Cindy Raynor

Director of Technology

Director of SpEd

Anthony Padrnos

Deb LaBounty

Supv. of Community Ed.


Supv. of Technology

Lisa Rahn

Jean Cady

Kent Meyer

Director of ALC
Mike Rice

Principal RHS

Principal RMS

Principal RSTEM

Principal Centennial

Principal Sheridan Hills

Principal RDLS

Jason Wenschlag

Brian Zambreno

Joey Page

Lee Ann Wise

Jodi Markworth

Marta Shahsavand

Asst. Principal
Teresa Rosen

Asst. Principal
Eric Paulson

Athletic Director
Todd Olson

Asst. Principal
Amy Winter

Build relationships with


constituents
Together We Achieve
Met with community members and
organizations
Partnership built with unions
Reporting structures and partnership with
board

Outline clear and transparent


reporting and review
Creating calendars for reporting to board and
community
Review structure and cycle for departments
Full financial audit completed

Create and Implement Technology


Plan
Using financial resources effectively
Draft Plan for infrastructure to board Sept 18
Full usage of E-Rate funding to support
Building with the future in mind

Option 1

Summer 2015
RHS, RMS,
Central, SEC

Summer 2016
STEM, SH,
Centennial,
RDLS

Option 2

Infrastructure Plan

Summer 2015
RHS, RMS,
Central, SEC

Summer 2016
STEM, SH,
Centennial,
RDLS

Summer 2017
District wide
VoIP

Infrastructure upgrade includes: network wiring from CAT 5 to CAT 6,


construct proper network closets, install a sufficient number of wireless
access points, and install a voice over internet protocol (VoIP)
telecommunication system. Option 1 completes phones system in a third
phase and option 2 includes phone system simultaneously. These plans
would utilize E-rate funding upfront. The projected E-rate amount would
be $526,680.00

Ensure long term financial stability


Create and implement new enrollment
mechanisms
Increase enrollment and retention
Build long term growth plans
Build fund balance for clear safety net, while
reducing and/or eliminating cuts

Enrollment Numbers

ECSE
SEC
K
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total

2012
1-Oct
Actual
88
19
461
422
355
330
328
304
311
301
298
352
287
285
247
4388

2013
1-Oct
Actual
103
17
398
413
404
340
318
322
297
306
314
360
280
266
267
4405

2014
1-Oct
Actual
110
12
404
396
405
394
335
313
302
287
289
369
300
241
239
4396

2013-2014
Variance
7
-5
6
-17
1
54
17
-9
5
-19
-25
9
20
-25
-28
-9

Richfield Public Schools 2014-15


Management Team Meeting Calendar

Shaded boxes indicate NO SCHOOL


for ALL students and staff

M
Aug

Tu

18

New Teacher
Workshop

25
Teacher
Workshop K-12

Sep

Th

19

20
New Teacher
Workshop

26
All Staff
Welcome Back

New Teacher
Workshop

27

28

29
Teacher
Workshop K-12

11

Compass Testing
Gr. 11 Begins

16

23

29

18

24

25

Oct

OLPA R&M
Testing Begins

Insurance Advisory
3:45-5:00pm

13
FPAC
6:30-8:30 PM

14 K-8

20

16

15

K-8 Conf.
8a-8p

Principals/Cabinet
9:15-11:15am

Teacher

21

22

28

11

24

30

31

30

13

14

20

21

27

26

K-8
Comp Day

Thanksgiving
3

10

16

11

19

25

26

10

15

16

17

21

22

23

24

28

29

30

Apr

20

ACCESS
Testing Ends
Board Mtg
teachers on

27

Recess
7

28

27
Letters to
probationary
teachers 4-27 to

Recess
5

12

18

19

24

25

31

Winter

12

18

26

Jan

25

Jun

13

14

Insurance Advisory
3:45-5:00pm

19

20

21

14

22

K-5 Literacy
Assessments

26

27

28

29
NWEA MAP
Testing Ends

Principals/Cabinet
9:15-11:15am

8
K-12
Tchr Workshop
RHS Graduation

13

15
MCA S
Testing Ends

5
K-12
Last School Day

Compass Testing
Gr. 10 Begins

Principals/Cabinet
9:15-11:15am

8
MCA R/M Testing
Ends

Recess

NWEA MAP
Testing Begins

APs/Directors
9:15-11:15am

Memorial
Day

Recess

30

5
Formal notice of
nonrenewal

11

May

K-5 Staff Dev


& Workshop

Principals/Cabinet
9:15-11:15am

4
Board action not
to renew prob
contract

Board action
terminating

23

14

Principals/Cabinet
9:15-11:15am

17

Principals/Cabinet
9:15-11:15am

12

13

APs/Directors
9:15-11:15am

APs/Directors
9:15-11:15am

FPAC
6:30-8:30 PM

12

18

31

20

Insurance Advisory
3:45-5:00pm

Principals/Cabinet
9:15-11:15am

29

Principals/Cabinet
9:15-11:15am

EXPLORE &
PLAN Testing
Ends

22

11

24

13
FPAC
6:30-8:30 PM

19

25 K-8

15

Letters for
Bumping

Insurance
Advisory 3:455:00pm

12

18

Principals/Cabinet
9:15-11:15am

FPAC
6:30-8:30 PM

27

K-5
Report Cards
Mail Resolution
Discontinuing
contracts

17

23 9-12

29

APs/Directors
9:15-11:15am

Dec

26

APs/Directors
9:15-11:15am

Insurance Advisory
3:45-5:00pm

Principals/Cabinet
9:15-11:15am

24

20

Insurance Advisory
3:45-5:00pm

EXPLORE Gr. 8
GRAD WC
PLAN Gr. 10
Retests Gr 11-12
Testing Begins

17

19

Letters for
Bumping

Spring
4

10

12

Principals/Cabinet
9:15-11:15am

K-12 Staff Dev


& Workshop

12

10

16

Principals/Cabinet
9:15-11:15am

Nov

25
Letters for
Bumping

Principals/Cabinet
9:15-11:15am

APs/Directors
9:15-11:15am

27 9-12

18

Convention
23

Staff Allocations

Mail with exerpt


from master
agreement

Re K-8

OLPA R&M
Testing Ends

Principals/Cabinet
9:15-11:15am

FPAC
6:30-8:30 PM

17

Staff Allocations

11

24

10
NWEA MAP
Testing Ends

APs/Directors
9:15-11:15am
Staff reductions

Staff Reductions
Adopt
Resolutions
Resolutions
unrequested

30

FPAC
6:30-8:30 PM

17

23

MAR

4
Staff Allocations

Principals/Cabinet
9:15-11:15am

Letters for
Bumping

29
NAEP Testing
CENT Gr. 4

10

16

26

28

23

9-12 Teacher
Workshop

Principals/Cabinet
9:15-11:15am

Staff Allocations

President's
Day

K-5 Literacy
Assessments

30

Feb

F
22 9-12

K-5 Literacy
Assessments

19

NWEA MAP
Testing Begins

Principals/Cabinet
9:15-11:15am

Feb

Th
21

27

26

K-12 Staff Dev &


Workshop

FPAC
6:30-8:30 PM

17

APs/Directors
9:15-11:15am

22

12

10

Principals/Cabinet
9:15-11:15am

15

K-12

20
APs/Directors
9:15-11:15am

Staff Allocations

19
MLK Jr. Day

K-12
1st School Day

Labor Day

Tu

22
Flex Teacher
Workshop K-5

K-12 District MultiTeacher


Bldg Mtgs
Workshop K-12

F
21

Shaded grades in BOLD indicate


NO SCHOOL for those students

15

16

15

10

11

12

16

17

18

19

Flex Teacher
Workshop K-5
6-12 Teacher
Workshop

Insurance Advisory
3:45-5:00pm

10/01/14

SCHOOL BOARD REPORTING CALENDAR


JULY One Meeting
BR
BD
BD
BD

School Liaison Program Evaluation


Establish date for Truth-In-Taxation hearings
Organizational membership and services (legal, audit, insurance consultants, etc.)
School liaison program contract for services

AUGUST One Meeting


BR
BD
BD

Lease agreements report


Request authorization to adjust staff to enrollment
Workers compensation insurance renewal

SEPTEMBER
1st Meeting:
BR
Staff Development and Plan
BD
MSBA Legislative Resolutions
2nd Meeting:
BR
Review of Board self-evaluation / Board Workshops and special topic reports
BR
Summer capital project update
BR
Summer programs report
BR
Summer Curriculum Writing & Staff Development report
BR
Preliminary Enrollment Report
BD
MSBA Legislative Resolutions
BD
Property, Liability & Fleet Insurance Renewal
BD
Certify proposed levy
OCTOBER
1st Meeting:
BD
Set tuition rates
nd
2 Meeting:
BR
October 1 Staffing Report
BD
Errors and Omissions Insurance Renewal
NOVEMBER
1st Meeting:
BR
Insurance Consultants Annual Report
BR
Report and discussion on student achievement
BD
Annual Report on Student Performance

2nd Meeting:
BR
Financial Audit Report
December
1st Meeting:
BR
Truth-in-Taxation hearing
BR
Finalize Enrollment Projections
BR
Next year capital outlay budget project review
2nd Meeting:
BD
Certify final levy
January
1st Meeting:
BR
Where We Are in Enrollment
BR
Next Year Capital Outlay Budget Project Review
BR
Fiscal Planning review assumptions
BD
Board organizational meeting
2nd Meeting:
BR
Fiscal Planning 1st review data only
BR
Mid-year report on District Goals
BD
Approval of sabbatical leaves
BD
Review Board Liaison assignments
February
1st Meeting:
BR
School Calendar
BR
Midyear Financial Report
2nd Meeting:
BD
Fiscal Plan Review recommendations
March
1st Meeting:
BD
Tenured teachers on unrequested leave (if necessary)
BD
Current year budget revisions
2nd Meeting:
BR
Fiscal Plan approval
BR
Update on District 287
BD
Life / LTD Insurance renewal
BD
Establish lease rates
BD
Establish student fees and lunch prices

April
1st Meeting:
BR
Special Education child count
BD
Resolution limiting enrollment
2nd Meeting:
BR
Preliminary budget review
BD
Health and dental insurance renewal
BD
Annual Report on Curriculum
May
1st Meeting:
BR
Preliminary next year budget
BD
Non-renewal of Probationary Teachers
2nd Meeting:
BD
Life/LTD Insurance Renewal
June One Meeting
BD
BD
BD
BD

KEY:

Policies for review next year


Adopt next years budget
Miscellaneous Pay Rates
Annual approval of Health & Safety Plan

BR - Board Report

BD - Board Decision

RICHFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOLS


FISCAL PLANNING CALENDAR for 2015- 2016 BUDGET
8/24/14
DATE

DAY

MEETING

TASK

08/25/14

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

Make Critical Staffing Adjustments


Begin Next Year Financial Projection Model (exp. & rev.)
Update Current Year Financial Projection (exp. & rev.)
Preliminary Fiscal Planning Calendar

09/02/14

Tuesday

Board Meeting

09/08/14

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

09/08/14

Monday

Fiscal Planning
Advisory (FPAC)

09/9/14

Tuesday

Leadership Team Mtg. Discuss Staffing Adjustments


Professional Learning Communities (PLC) Prof. Dev. (PD)

09/11/14

Thursday

09/15/14

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

Preliminary Levy Certification


Preliminary Enrollment Count

09/15/14

Monday

Board Meeting

Approve Preliminary Levy Certification


Set Truth in Taxation Hearing Date
Preliminary Enrollment Count

09/16/14

Tuesday

Ass't Princs(AP)/Sup

09/22/14

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

09/23/14

Tuesday

Leadership Team Mtg. Discuss/reminder Oct. 1st Student Count Process


PD for Teacher Evaluations

09/29/14

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

10/01/14

Wednesday

10/06/14

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

Report on Oct. 1st Student Enrollment Count


Begin ENPRO Enrollment Projections
District Telephone Directory

10/06/14

Monday

Board Meeting

Set Non-Tuition Rates

10/13/14

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

First Meeting
Membership Agenda
Organizational Meeting
Review Purpose
Review of Operating Procedures
Establish Meeting Dates
Discuss Membership Size & Participation
Fiscal Planning Calendar
Technology Plan

Perform Preliminary Student Enrollment Count


Make Critical Staffing Adjustments
Est. Health & Safety (H&S) Quarterly Meeting Dates with IEA

Perform Oct. 1st Student Enrollment Count

RICHFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOLS


FISCAL PLANNING CALENDAR for 2015- 2016 BUDGET
8/24/14
TASK
Second meeting
Report on Oct. 1st Student Enrollment Count
Preliminary Levy Certification

DATE
10/13/14

DAY
Monday

MEETING
Fiscal Planning
Advisory

10/14/14

Tuesday

Leadership Team Mtg. Report on Oct. 1st Student Enrollment Count


PD for PLC's

10/15/14

Wednesday

District Tech Advisory


Committee

10/20/14

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

Distribute Information on United Way

10/20/14

Monday

Board Meeting

Report on Oct. 1st Student Enrollment Count


Budget Publication in Sun Current

10/21/14

Tuesday

Ass't Princs(AP)/Sup

10/27/14

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

10/28/14

Tuesday

Leadership Team Mtg. PD for Teacher Evaluations

11/03/14

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

11/03/14

Monday

Board Meeting

11/04/14

Tuesday

Election Day

11/10/14

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

11/11/14

Tuesday

Leadership Team Mtg. PD for PLC's

11/17/14

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

11/17/14

Monday

Board Meeting

11/18/14

Tuesday

Ass't Princs(AP)/Sup

11/19/14

Wednesday

District Tech Advisory


Committee

11/24/14

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

11/25/14

Tuesday

Leadership Team Mtg. Share Finalized Preliminary ENPRO Enrollment Projections


Next Year Budget Assumptions
Report of Audited Fund Balances
PD for Teacher Evaluations

12/01/14

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

12/01/14

Monday

Board Meeting

Truth & Taxes / Levy Certification

12/08/14

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

"WHERE WE ARE" Report


Preliminary C/Y Budget Revision
Report on United Way

Next Year Budget Assumptions


Targeted Funds Discussion
Revised Preliminary ENPRO Enrollment Projections

Preliminary Report of Audited Fund Balances

Distribute Fiscal Plan Pages 1-13 for Review

Financial Audit Report-Presented by Auditor

Truth & Taxes / Levy Certification Review

RICHFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOLS


FISCAL PLANNING CALENDAR for 2015- 2016 BUDGET
8/24/14
TASK
Third Meeting
MMKR Financial Audit Report
Review/Recommend Next Year's Budget Assumptions
Fund Balance Recommendation
ENPRO (Enrollment) Assumption Recommendation
Capital Projects List
Distribute Fiscal Plan pages 1-13

DATE
12/08/14

DAY
Monday

MEETING
Fiscal Planning
Advisory

12/09/14

Tuesday

Leadership Team Mtg. "WHERE WE ARE" Report


PD for PLC's

12/15/14

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

12/15/14

Monday

Board Meeting

12/16/14

Tuesday

Ass't Princs(AP)/Sup

12/17/14

Wednesday

District Tech Advisory


Committee

Truth & Taxes Hearing Continuation (If Necessary)


Final Levy Certification (If Necessary)
Preliminary N/Y FPM Budget Assumptions
Finalized ENPRO Enrollment Projections

WINTER BREAK 12/22 - 1/2/15


01/05/15

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

01/05/15

Monday

Board Meeting

"WHERE WE ARE" Report


Report on United Way

01/12/15

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

N/Y Capital Outlay Budget Project Review

01/12/15

Monday

Fiscal Planning
Advisory

Fourth Meeting
"WHERE WE ARE" Report
FY15 & FY16 Financial Forecast
Review Fiscal Plan pages 1-13
Distribute Fiscal Plan Pages 14-27 for Review

01/13/15

Tuesday

Leadership Team Mtg. Targeted Funds Discussion


Review Fiscal Plan Draft
PD for PLC's

01/19/15

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

01/20/15

Tuesday

Ass't Princs(AP)/Sup

01/20/15

Tuesday

Board Meeting

01/21/14

Wednesday

District Tech Advisory


Committee

01/26/15

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

Financial Forecast FY15 & FY16


FPAC Fund Balance Recommendation
N/Y Fund Balance Action

RICHFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOLS


FISCAL PLANNING CALENDAR for 2015- 2016 BUDGET
DATE
01/27/15

DAY
Tuesday

8/24/14
MEETING
TASK
Leadership Team Mtg. Budget Meeting (If Necessary)
PD for Teacher Evaluations

02/02/15

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

02/02/15

Monday

Board Meeting

02/09/15

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

02/09/15

Monday

Fiscal Planning
Advisory

02/10/15

Tuesday

Leadership Team Mtg. Bldg. Principals consulted on staff allocations for next year
PD for PLC's

02/17/15

Tuesday

Ass't Princs(AP)/Sup

02/17/15

Tuesday

Board Meeting

Staffing plan subject to revisions indicated by reductions

Fifth Meeting
Fiscal Plan Recommendation to School Board
Capital Outlay Projects Review

First review of Fiscal Plan w/ FPAC Comments


2nd Quarter Financial Reporting
Bus Lease Authorization
Identify to Board areas & probable # of staff reductions
Send out informal letter initiating the "bumping" process

02/18/14

Wednesday

District Tech Advisory


Committee

02/23/15

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

02/24/15

Tuesday

Leadership Team Mtg. PD for Teacher Evaluations

03/02/15

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

03/02/15

Monday

Board Meeting

Notification on lease terminations


NY Integration Plan
C/Y Year Budget Revision Approval
Adopt resolution discontinuing positions (F)
Adopt resolutions proposing the discontinuance of
individual tenure contracts and proposed placement on
unrequested leave.

03/09/15

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

03/09/15

Monday

Fiscal Planning
Advisory

03/10/15

Tuesday

Leadership Team Mtg. PD for PLC's

03/16/15

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

03/16/15

Monday

Board Meeting

(If Necessary)

Next Year Fiscal Plan Approval

RICHFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOLS


FISCAL PLANNING CALENDAR for 2015- 2016 BUDGET
8/24/14
DATE
03/17/15

DAY
Tuesday

MEETING
Ass't Princs(AP)/Sup

TASK

03/18/14

Wednesday

District Tech Advisory


Committee

03/23/15

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

03/24/15

Tuesday

Leadership Team Mtg. PD for Teacher Evaluations

03/30/15

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

Distribute General Fund Budget Worksheets


Distribute Food Service Fund Budget Worksheets
Distribute Transportation Fund Budget Worksheets
Preliminary Budget Worksheets Due April 6th

SPRING BREAK 3/30 - 4/3/2015


04/06/15

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

04/06/15

Monday

Board Meeting

04/13/15

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

04/13/15

Monday

Fiscal Planning
Advisory

04/14/15

Tuesday

Leadership Team Mtg. PD for PLC's

04/15/14

Wednesday

District Tech Advisory


Committee

04/20/15

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

04/20/15

Monday

Board Meeting

04/21/15

Tuesday

Ass't Princs(AP)/Sup

04/27/15

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

04/28/15

Tuesday

Leadership Team Mtg. PD for Teacher Evaluations

05/04/15

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

05/04/15

Monday

Board Meeting

05/11/15

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

05/12/15

Tuesday

Leadership Team Mtg. PD for PLC's

05/18/15

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

Resolution discontinuing individual contracts for tenure


teachers.

Sixth Meeting
Review & React to State Finances & Legislative Proposals
Capital Project Status
Review FY15 and Planning for FY16

Review All Fee Policy & Regulation Effecting Budget


(lease rate, pay-to-ride, Comm. Ed.)
Final regular meeting which tenure teachers can be
placed on unrequested leave (May 1, deadline)

Board action not to renew a probationary contract. Notice


must be given prior to June 1st.

RICHFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOLS


FISCAL PLANNING CALENDAR for 2015- 2016 BUDGET
8/24/14
TASK
First Review of Next Year Budget
(Spending Authorization)

DATE
05/18/15

DAY
Monday

MEETING
Board Meeting

05/19/15

Tuesday

Ass't Princs(AP)/Sup

05/20/14

Wednesday

District Tech Advisory


Committee

05/26/15

Tuesday

Leadership Team Mtg. PD for Teacher Evaluations

06/01/15

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

06/08/15

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

06/09/15

Tuesday

Leadership Team Mtg.

06/15/15

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

06/16/15

Tuesday

Ass't Princs(AP)/Sup

06/16/15

Tuesday

Board Meeting

06/22/15

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

06/29/15

Monday

Cabinet Meeting

07/13/15

Monday

Board Meeting

08/17/15

Monday

Board Meeting

August
June - Sept.

Adopt Next Year Final Budget


Annual Approval of H&S Plan
Technology Lease Authorization
Police Liason Officer Review

MDE

Summer Levy Reporting Deadline

AUDITORS

Audit of Last Years Financials

Public School District 280


Richfield Public Schools
2014-15 Worlds Best Workforce Plan
Minnesota schools strive to provide the best educational opportunities for all children. Providing an
education to Minnesota youth that leads to creating the worlds best workforce is a goal that must be
addressed early on in every childs life. Students are more likely to reach this goal if they are ready for
school upon entering kindergarten, achieve grade-level literacy by grade three, graduate from high
school, and attain career and college readiness.
Richfield Public Schools has a rich, storied history that supports research and standards-based
programming and blends instructional knowledge with the development of complex ideas and
constructive thinking to improve the academic outcomes and achievement of all students, while striving
to decrease the academic achievement gaps across racial, ethnic, cultural, ability-based and financiallyresourced lines. In compliance with Minnesota Statue (MN Statute, 120B), Richfield Public Schools (RPS)
is required to share its long-term strategic plan to support and improve teaching and learning for
students that is aligned with creating the world's best workforce.
This includes sharing the RPS districts progress, specifically towards:

Closing the identified gaps in the district


Ensuring that all students are ready for kindergarten
Ensuring that all students in third grade achieving grade-level literacy
Ensuring that all students attain career and college readiness before graduating from high
school
Ensuring that all students graduate from high school

In order to accomplish the metrics above, RPS must continually evaluate our progress by utilizing the
performance standards measuring:

Student performance on the National Association of Education Progress;


The size of the academic achievement gap by identified subgroups;
Student performance on the Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments;
High school graduation rates;
Career and college readiness.

IMPROVEMENT PLANS/PROFESSIONAL LEARNING GOALS


With the significant leadership transition (new superintendent and restructuring of the teaching and
learning department), our work this year for Richfield Public Schools will be to create a reinvigorated
focus on our mission and vision through the creation and launch of a new strategic plan for 2015-2020.
This will include the process of planning and managing improvements to create positive academic
outcomes for all students. The new district leadership has begun to research processes to engage
internal and external community stakeholders to create that strategic plan which prioritizes and
accelerates student achievement and engagement in an inclusive and innovative manner.

As a school district we will clearly define our top priorities, including revisiting our mission and vision
and creating a new strategic plan to guide our actions related by the following:

Personalizing and accelerate learning for every student


Revitalizing our school teams, creating a highly collaborative environment with teachers and
staff
Increasing the voice and partnership with all members of the community
Determining a clear course and plan for the future
Expanding enrollment and stabilizing school budgets

Additionally our district will focus on creating a plan unify systems for district and instructional leaders
which support improving the academic outcomes for our students. We will deepen our understanding
and use national, state and local assessments to build teacher capacity beyond data points for
compliance, while striving to create an infrastructure that transcends external variables, yet informs and
drives curricular planning and best instructional practices by consistently using data to drive instruction.
In 2013-14, Richfield Public Schools adhered to the Learning Forward (formerly the National Staff
Development Council) Standards for Professional Development when planning and participating in
professional learning opportunities. Richfield Public School sites aligned professional development
opportunities with RPS Professional Teaching Standards and site-specific school improvement goals.
In addition to adhering to district goals, each building annually completes a School Improvement Plan.
The purpose of this plan is to provide a clear direction for the utilization of both building resources and
district support. The plan summarizes each buildings strengths and areas of improvement based on
data sources including, but not limited to: MCAs, MAP, climate surveys, and building/grade/classroomlevel assessments. To view individual school improvement plans with professional learning goals,
contact the building administrator or view by going to the specific building website.
In planning professional development opportunities for staff, the district aligns such programs with the
goals noted above.
PERFORMANCE MEASURES
Richfield Public Schools participated in the Alternative Delivery of Specialized Instructional Services
(ADSIS) grant. The purpose of ADSIS is to provide instruction to assist students who need additional
academic support to succeed in the academic environment, with a goal to reduce the number of
referrals to special education by providing supports early to struggling students. The data points used
were student achievement goals from spring 2012 MCA data. The strategies and initiatives identified for
The ADSIS achievement goals were as follows:

Reading: Increase the percent of ADSIS students who are proficient as measured by MCA
Growth Model from 0% to 75% proficient by the end of school year 2013-2014.
Math: Increase the percent of ADSIS students who are proficient as measured by MCA Growth
Model from 0% to 75% proficient by the end of school year 2013- 2014.

Districts are expected to align the ADSIS program within existing continuum of supports and collect data
to determine program impact. ADSIS reading goals were progress monitored using MAZE, Silent
Contextual Reading Fluency assessments, Woodcock-Johnson III Word Attack Subtest and winter and

spring NWEA MAP data. For math ADSIS goals were measured using winter and spring NWEA MAP data
and the Rational Number Project.
In planning professional development opportunities for staff, the district aligns such programs with the
goals noted above.
PROGRESS ON IMPROVEMENT PLANS FOR 2013-14
Richfield Public School
Sites
Centennial Elementary
Richfield Dual Language
Elementary School
(RDLS)

Richfield STEM
Elementary School (RSTEM)
Sheridan Hills
Elementary (SH)

Richfield Middle School


(RMS)
Richfield High School
(RHS)

2013-14 School Improvement Goals


Centennial Elementary School will increase the percentage of 5th graders
proficient on the 2014 MCA assessments in Math from 36.8% in Spring 2013
to 42% in Spring 2014. (actual performance was 40.6%).
Goal 1: RDLS will increase the percentage of 5th graders proficient on the
2014 MCA assessments in Math from 37.1% in Spring 2013 to 42% in Spring
2014. (actual performance was 32.0%).
Goal 2: RDLS will increase the percentage of 4th graders proficient on the
2014 MCA assessments in Math from 51.7% in Spring 2013 to 57% in Spring
2014. (actual performance was 55.3%).
Goal 3: RDLS will increase the percentage of 3rd graders proficient on the
2014 MCA assessments in Math from 45.2% in Spring 2013 to 50% in Spring
2014. (actual performance was 41.2%).
R-STEM Elementary School will increase the percentage of 5th graders
proficient on the 2014 MCA assessments in Math from 35% in Spring 2013 to
41.1% in Spring 2014. (actual performance was 55%).
Goal 1: SH will increase the percentage of 5th graders proficient on the 2014
MCA assessments in Math from 49.2% in Spring 2013 to 56% in Spring 2014.
(actual performance was 46.8%).
Goal 2: SH will increase the percentage of 4th graders proficient on the 2014
MCA assessments in Math from 60% in Spring 2013 to 67% in Spring 2014.
(actual performance was 57.1%).
Goal 3: SH will increase the percentage of 3rd graders proficient on the 2014
MCA assessments in Math from 64.4% in Spring 2013 to 71% in Spring 2014.
(actual performance was 70%).
RMS will increase the percentage of students across all tested grades (6-8)
that score proficient on the 2014 accountability assessments in Reading
(MCA, MOD, MTAS) from 37% in Spring 2013 to 41% in Spring 2014. (actual
performance was 42%).
RHS will increase the percentage of 10th graders who meet or exceed
proficiency on the 2014 accountability assessments in Reading (MCA, MOD,
MTAS) from 40% in Spring 2013 to 2013 to 50% in Spring 2014. . (actual
performance was 44%).

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATION PROGRESS (NAEP) PERFORMANCE MEASURE


In the 2013-14 school year there were no RPS schools selected to use NAEP as a measure of student
performance. During the 2014-15 school year, fourth graders at two district sites, Centennial and RDLS
Elementary Schools, will participate in the NAEP assessment.
RPS PROGRESS TOWARDS CLOSING THE IDENTIFIED ACHIEVEMENT GAP 2009-2014

Richfield Reading Achievement by Grade


100
90
80
70
67

60
58

50
40

55

60

43

43

30

56

54

43

41

RPS 2014

60

56

STATE 2014

44

30

20
10
0

GRADE 3

GRADE 4

GRADE 5

GRADE 6

GRADE 7

GRADE 8

GRADE 10

Achievment Percentage

13-14 Richfield Reading Achievement By


Ethnicity
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0

Black
White
Hispanic
Asian
Am. Ind.
2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

Richfield Reading Achievement By


Special Populations
Achievment Percentage

50
40
30

SpEd

20

EL
FRP

10
0
2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

This assessment data was the based on the second administration of the MCA-III. The drop in reading
achievement for 2013 was expected, as the state of Minnesota intentionally raised the academic
standards and established a new baseline to monitor progress in students meeting higher reading
standards. This new baseline reflected increased rigor consistent with the Minnesota Academic
Standards based on the Common Core. Our 2014 data demonstrates a positive trend for all subgroups,
with all groups trending up from 2013.

Richfield Math Achievement by Grade


100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0

72
58

GRADE 3

70
61
52

GRADE 4

56

RPS 2014

58

56

50

48

GRADE 5

34

32

GRADE 6

GRADE 7

37

GRADE 8

30

GRADE 11

STATE 2014

13-14 Richfield Math Achievement By


Ethnicity
Achievment Percentage

70
60
50

Black

40

White

30

Hispanic

20

Asian

10

Am. Ind.

0
2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

Richfield Math Achievement By


Special Population
Achievment Percentage

40
35
30
25

SpEd

20

EL

15

FRP

10
5
0
2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

There were similar results with math achievement. The state MCA math assessment changed in 2011. In
2014 there was an upward trajectory in math achievement for four of the five subgroups as identified by
ethnicity. All of the special population subgroups have shown improvement. Our English Language
learners have shown the greatest growth (8.5%) from 2011 to 2014. Students of limited economic
means showed an increase of 6% and special education students marked an increase of 4% from over
the last four years.

PROGRESS TOWARDS KINDERGARTEN READINESS

World's Best Workforce


Progress Towards Third Grade Literacy
Proficiency
KINDERGARTEN
80%
LSF 2012

% PROFICIENT - Spring Scores

70%
60%
50%

LSF 2013

68.25
60.29
54.69

63.14
56.53

62.09
56.57

53.5

PSF 2012

48.95
40%

PSF 2013
PSF 2014

30%
20%
10%

LSF 2014

Letter Naming
Fluency

Phonemic
Segmentation Fluency

Nonsense Word
Fluency

NWF 2012
NWF 2013
NWF 2014

0%

Assessment data has been collected on Richfield students enrolled in early childhood programs through
the Richfield/Bloomington Early Childhood Collaborative. This program includes programming from birth
through 5 years old, including ECFE, Head Start, Kinder-Prep and other programming that serves early
childhood students and their families.

PROGRESS TOWARDS 3rd GRADE LITERACY PROFICIENCY

World's Best Workforce


Progress Towards Third Grade Literacy
Proficiency
GRADE 3
70%

% PROFICIENT - Spring Scores

MAP 2012

66

60%

MAP 2013
MAP 2014

50%
40%
30%

42.26

47.72

46.08

39.61 40.21

44
37

NWEA Measures of
Academic Progress

ORF 2013
ORF 2014

32.71

20%
10%

ORF 2012

Oral Reading Fluency

Minnesota
Comprehensive
Assessment

MCA 2012
MCA 2013
MCA 2014

0%

The three assessments designated in this chart are used to determine how students are achieving in
their literacy skills in our district. The NWEA Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) is a nationally
normed assessment that students take in the fall and spring. The oral reading fluency assessment is
taken in the fall, winter, and spring. The last assessment diagrammed is the Minnesota Comprehensive
Assessment (MCA-III) which is taken in the spring. The data represented shows the third grade
proficiency trend in 2012, 2013, and 2014.

SCORE

RPS STUDENTS ACT COLLEGE/CAREER READINESS COMPARATIVE STATE AND NATION-2013, 2014

21.0
20.4

20.8

19.4

22.9

20.6

22.9

20.1

21.3
20.5

20.9

21.0

23.1

19.5

18.8

20.3

23.0

19.7

22.1

18.0

25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0

RPS 2013
RPS 2014
STATE 2014
NATION 2014

ENGLISH

MATH

READING

SCIENCE

COMPOSITE

The American College Test (ACT) provides a rigorous and reliable benchmark of student achievement.
The ACT assessments are used as college and university admission criteria and are a predictor of college
success. There has been consistent growth in RPS student achievement on all four areas and overall
composite scores of the ACT assessments. The benchmark minimum scores used for college readiness
are: English Composition (English)-18; Algebra (Math)-22; Social Sciences (Reading)-22; Biology
(Science)-23. These scores are thought to be predictors of students success in equivalent corresponding
college level coursework.

PROGRESS ON ALL STUDENTS GRADUATING FROM HIGH SCHOOL - 2010-2014.

4-Year Graduation Rate Trend


Richfield vs. Statewide
90%
80%
70%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%

75.5

77.2
60.7

79.8
73.6

77.9
65.5

78.3

RHS Graduate

46.2

STATE Graduate

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

Richfield High School has made significant progress by increasing the percentage of students graduating
in four years. There was an increase of 4.7 points, representing 78.3 percent of all RHS students
graduating in 2014, up from 73.6 percent in the previous year.
DISTRICT PLAN COMPONENTS AND ACTIVITIES
RPS main focal points for the 2014-15 school year and forward will be a systemic rollout of professional
learning communities (PLCs) and Q-Comp Teacher Development and Evaluation as tools to positively
impact the academic experiences and achievement of all students. The district staff is fully engaged in
the beginning stages for creating meaningful professional development opportunities for teachers and
staff beginning implementing PLCs across all school buildings in a consistent fashion.
Throughout the district school teams have begun to develop processes for assessing and evaluating
students progress towards meeting state and local academic standards, as well as identifying
instructional strengths and challenges that impact student and school success through a continual cycle
using common formative assessments, progress monitoring and appropriate adjustments to improve
instruction and achievement.
In 2013-14, RPS teachers approved the Q-Comp Teacher Development and Evaluation Tool. This includes
all district teachers receiving feedback and support through collaborative, guided reflection of
professional practices based on formal classroom observations conducted by peer reviewers and
building administrators three times annually. This also includes creating system supports identified by
individual teachers professional growth plans based on school improvement, student achievement
goals and participation in PLCs using common formative assessments by content area or discipline.

Administrator and principal evaluations are conducted annually by the building leaders immediate
supervisor. Final evaluations are summative: containing progress towards goals and objectives, a review
of overall performance in relation to assigned responsibilities and staff. Evidence of principal
performance includes school performance and growth data (e.g. School Improvement Plans), evidence
of and artifacts related to instructional leadership and development of teachers (PGPs, and PLC work)
and other support related to school sites.
Additionally a district staff development committee convenes monthly and includes teacher leaders and
district leadership. This group focuses and plans professional development activities at the building
level. The committee members are also charged with facilitating building-level professional
development, soliciting feedback, and assessing the effectiveness of building-level PD. This ensures that
building PD sessions are aligned with district initiatives and building school improvements plans. The
district staff development committee reviews the previous school years professional learning
experiences and creates an annual needs assessment which supports teacher learning academies as a
result.
Richfield created and adopted a three-year achievement and integration plan (July 2014-June 2017). The
Integration plan was developed with the guidance from School Improvement Teams, Leadership Council,
Management Team and the District Advisory Committee, with additional feedback based on input from
parents and community members. The integration plan includes strategies and activities that support
achievement: All students achieving at high levels, high engagement, encouragement and support,
parent and community partnerships and support and the recruitment and retention of diverse staff.
RPS will continue to strive for high levels of educational excellence and continuous improvement by
including community stakeholders in the academic district and school improvement processes. The
district enlists input and support from the district curriculum advisory committee, which consists of
community members, parents, school and district staff members whose purpose is to periodically
review and assess the level of rigor and effectiveness of all curricular and instructional programs and
initiatives. This committee will meet several times throughout the school year to provide direction for
continuous review and improvement of the educational program.
ANNUAL BUDGET FOR SUSTAINING IMPLEMENTATION
The annual budget that supports the Worlds Best Workforce includes funding from Q-Comp,
Achievement and Integration, and Title programs. Q-Comp funding includes support for peer reviewers
and the Teacher Learning Academy. Additionally with the newly restructured Teaching and Learning
Department, directors provide professional development for district staff.

Achievement and Integration funding provides for Hispanic and Somali outreach workers to be
advocates for students and parents in order to smoothly navigate the Richfield Public School
system.
Funding for student integrated choice opportunities for students to engage in rigorous, relevant
academics in a multidistrict school setting through the WMEP regional partnership.
AVID College readiness programs at both the middle and high school to help students develop
the organizational and study skills required for success in high level courses. AVID supports
acquisition of higher order thinking and problem solving and informs college
selection/application processes.

Provide funds for part time literacy intervention teachers for several school sites to facilitate
grade level proficiency and reading well by third grade through small group instruction targeted
to individual student needs.
Funds for bilingual Spanish teacher to provide instruction related to World Language
Certification in Spanish for students emerging from RDLS, a K-5 dual language immersion school.

Overall the assessment results indicate consistent growth. Some sub-groups and grade-levels show
greater acceleration while others post declines. Significant data points are stated below.

Our graduation rate is an area of relative strength and is competitive with other districts around
the state. RPS 4-year graduation rate in 2013 was 73.6%.
Reading and Math is trending upward, with RPS growing at a slightly greater rate than the state.
ACT Composite Scores increased from 19.4 in 2013 to 20.4 in 2014.
Our Achievement Gap includes a 40% span from the highest to lowest performing student
groups in math and reading (this has been a trend over the most recent five years).

Richfield Public Schools is encouraged by experiencing continued growth, but we must take ownership
of improving and accelerating the academic success of our citys youth. The achievement gap continues
to be a concern in RPS even though the district has experienced some narrowing in math and science
over the last year. Our 2014 overall proficiency rates in reading (42.5%) and math (42.1%) are not
acceptable. RPS will engage in a district and community wide strategic planning process to outline a
clear path to ensuring high levels of achievement for all students.

Regular Meeting of the Board of Education


Independent School District 280, Richfield Public Schools

September 15, 2014


The regular meeting of the Board of Education of Independent School District 280,
Hennepin County, Richfield, Minnesota, was held on Monday, September 15, 2014 in the
District Board Room, 7001 Harriet Avenue So., Richfield, MN. The Regular Board
Meeting was called to order by Chair Todd Nollenberger at 7:00 PM with the following
members in attendance: Ashmead, Etienne, Maleck, Nollenberger, Pollis and Toensing.
Absent: None. Superintendent Steven Unowsky, Assistant Superintendent Roby,
Executive Directors Michael Schwartz and Mary Clarkson were also present.

AGENDA
APPROVAL

Motion by Pollis, seconded by Ashmead and unanimously carried, the Board of


Education approved the agenda as presented.

RDLS
PRESENTATION

Fourth Grade Students from Richfield Dual Language School accompanied by Principal
Marta Shahsavand and Music Teacher Kathy Luebbe presented an entertaining example
of song and dance they are learning at school.

SUPERINTENDENT UPDATE

Superintendent Steve Unowsky spoke about building connections within the community.
The Digital Infrastructure Proposal to be presented by Anthony Padrnos shows the
necessity of a technological infrastructure network that can support our needs.

DIGITAL
INFRASTRUC
-TURE
PROPOSAL

Anthony Padrnos, Director of Technology, quoted the inventor of Rubiks Cube, Erno
Rubik, who said, We are teaching the answer we need to teach the question. We need a
learning environment that is flexible and meets the needs of all Richfield learners. We
need:
A robust network system
A change in wiring from Cat 5 to Cat 6
To create network closets
To be the voice of the internet protocol
Issues with the current infrastructure are:
Infrastructure is over 20 years old
Infrastructure doesnt support current needs
Network closets are insufficient
Outdated Cat 5 wiring
Phone system is nearing the end of its lifespan
Mr. Padrnos presented two options: Option 1 (recommended option) would be done in 3
phases, and Option 2 would be completed in 4 phases. Both options would have the same
cost - $3,818,730.00. The only difference in options is that installation and payments
would be made over 3 years in Option 1, and installation and payment would be over 4
years in Option 2.
Regular Meeting

September 15, 2014

Richfield will be able to apply for E-rate which is a source of federal funding that helps
provide reliable internet function. Given Richfields enrollment and the cost of approved
equipment and installation, we will be eligible for projected federal money in the amount of
$526,680.

2013-2014
ANNUAL
REPORT

Assistant Superintendent, Dr. Leadriane Roby, and Executive Director, Dr. Mary Clarkson,
presented the 2013-2014 Annual Report which included:

2014-2015
PRELIMINARY
ENROLLMENT
REPORT

ROUTINE
ITEMS

No increase in student enrollment was projected compared to last year. The


preliminary results indicate a decrease of 16 under projections and overall 16 less
students than last year. The official student enrollment count will be presented to the
Board on October 1st.

Motion by Toensing, seconded by Ashmead and unanimously carried, the Board of


Education approved the following consent agenda items:
1.
2.
3.

PERSONNEL

Student performance as it relates to the academic gap by student subgroups


Student performance on the Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments
High school graduation rates
Career and college readiness

Minutes of the regular meeting of September 2, 2014


General Disbursements of September 15, 2014 in the amount of $683,317.93
Investments and Electronic Transfers for August 2014

Certified Full Time Positions for Employment 1st Year Probation


Jessica Hoffman Speech Language Pathologist ECSE
Kylie Zwieg Mathematics Middle School
Certified Full Time Positions for Employment Temporary
Elyssa Donarski Elementary Ed. Sheridan Hills
Paul Gloudemans Special Education Senior High
Garth Kirkham Elementary Ed. Sheridan Hills
Certified Full Time Requests for Leave of Absence Child Care
Marissa Bodiker Speech/Language Pathologist Middle School
Anika Sellmeyer Kindergarten RSTEM
Certified Full Time Retirement
William Falwell Art Senior High
Certified Part Time Position for Employment 1st Year Probation
Christina Hartje Vocal Music Senior High

Regular Meeting

September 15, 2014

Certified Part Time Positions for Employment 3rd Year Probation


Dustin Dreifke Physical Education Senior High/RSTEM
Lisa Levin Mathematics RCEP
Certified Part Time Position for Employment - Long Term Agreement
Nathaniel Lundin Language Arts Senior High
Classified Full Time Resignation Food & Nutrition Services
Joseph Marzullo Production Manager Senior High
Classified Part Time Positions for Employment Paraprofessionals
Teresa Burns 13.75 hr/wk Managerial Para RSTEM
Suzanne Lake 32.5 hr/wk Special Ed. Para Senior High
Tiffany McCarty 13.75 hr/wk Managerial Para RSTEM
Classified Part Time Retirement Buildings, Grounds & Transportation
Robert Kinkle approx. 27.5 hr/wk Bus Driver Garage

MSBA
LEGISLATIVE
RESOLUTIONS

Motion by Toensing, seconded by Etienne and unanimously carried, the Board of


Education approved the following proposed MSBA Legislative Resolutions:
1. Each year, the Minnesota School Boards Association solicits proposed legislative
resolutions for consideration by the MSBA Delegate Assembly to be part of the
MSBA legislative platform.
2. The State of Minnesota increase special education funding to fully cover the costs
of providing special educational services based on student educational plans.
3. The State of Minnesota increase special education funding to fully cover the costs
of providing special educational services based on student educational plans.

PROPERTY,
LIABILITY &
FLEET
INSURANCE
RENEWAL

PRELIMINARY
LEVY
CERTIFICATION
2014 PAYABLE
2015
RESOLUTION

Motion by Pollis, seconded by Ashmead and unanimously carried, the Board of Education
approved acceptance of the renewal for Property, Liability, Fleet, Professional and Faithful
Performance Insurance with our current carriers with changes as recommended. It is further
recommended that the board approve an increase in coverage to include a 2.5% estimated
increase in property value.

Motion by Toensing and seconded by Maleck, the Board of Education was polled and
unanimously carried the adoption of the certification of the Maximum for the levy
allowed in each category and authorized the School Board Clerk to sign the preliminary
levy certification.
The school district, as a taxing authority, must certify its preliminary or proposed levy
payable 2015, to the county auditor and the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE)
on or before September 30, 2014.

Regular Meeting

September 15, 2014

AUTHORIZATION TO
REPLACE
BACKSTOP @
RMS

DONATIONS

Motion by Ashmead, seconded by Pollis and unanimously carried, Board of Education


authorized the Business Office to enter into an agreement with Century Fence Company to
remove and replace the softball field backstop at Richfield Middle School (RMS) at a cost
of $29,735.

Motion by Ashmead, seconded by Maleck and unanimously carried, the Board of


Education accepted with gratitude the following donations:
Hennepin Technical College donated 23 microscopes to the Richfield Middle School.
The microscopes include the following:
9 Infinity 4 LW Scientific Microscopes
4 Revelation III LW Scientific Microscopes
10 Wards Science Microscopes along with spare objective lenses
Kohls donated $500 to the RSTEM Book Drive.
Wells Fargo Foundation Education Matching Gift Program donated $470.78 as part
of their matching employee contributions program. The following Wells Fargo
employees have donated money through this program: Pat Stone donated $230.78 and
Antoniya Stroth donated $240.00 for a total of $470.78 which has been matched by
Wells Fargo.
Wells Fargo Foundation donated $250.00 to the RSTEM Book Drive.
Richfield Optimist Club donated $200 for the RSTEM Book Drive.

ADJOURNMENT

Member Toensing spoke about the Richfield Foundation Wine Tasting in October.

ADJOURNMENT

Motion by Ashmead, seconded by Toensing and unanimously carried, the Board of


Education approved adjourning the regular meeting at 9:00 pm.

NEXT
MEETING

The next regular meeting of the Board of Education will be held on Monday, October 6,
2014, at 7:00 p.m. in the District Board Room.

_______
John Ashmead
Clerk of the Board

Regular Meeting

September 15, 2014

CHECK RUNS FOR 10 / 07 / 2014


BANK 04

STUDENT ACTIVITY ACCT

BOARD MEETING
DATE
9.11.2014
9.15.2014
9.18.2014
9.25.2014

CHECK REGISTER BANK 04 TOTAL =


BANK 05

P-CARD

7,543.44

COMMERCE

AMOUNT
3,559.41
70,845.01
2,808.06
145,161.78
582.88
302,247.26
$

DATE

CHECK REGISTER BANK 07 TOTAL =


BANK 08

DATE
E-PAY 9.11.2014
9.17.2014
E-PAY 9.18.2014
9.24.2014
E-PAY 9.25.2014
10.01.2014
CHECK REGISTER BANK 05 TOTAL =

BANK 07

$
$
$
$

AMOUNT
610.49
4,594.61
80.25
2,258.09

DATE
9.12.2014
9.19.2014

CHECK REGISTER BANK 08 TOTAL =


TOTAL =

525,204.40
AMOUNT
-

AMOUNT
$
18,914.98
25,283.25
$

44,198.23

576,946.07

BREAKDOWN
ACCT #
01-206-00
02-206-00
03-206-00
04-206-00
05-206-00
07-206-00
08-206-00
20-206-00
47-206.00
50-206-00

206,527.00
113,337.90
13,998.38
16,954.90
208,331.07
3,000.00
7,253.38
BANK TOTAL =
TOTAL =

7,543.44
576,946.07

576,946.07

REPORT: CHECKREG

001 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CHECK REGISTER


Richfield ISD #280
CHECK REGISTER FOR BANK 04 - RBCU
DATE RANGE: 09/11/14 - 10/01/14

CHECK # TYPE
17900
17901
17902
17903
17904
17905

S
S
S
S
S
S

CHECK AMT
$585.49
$25.00
$4594.61
$80.25
$284.15
$1973.94

CHECK DATE
09/11/14
09/11/14
09/15/14
09/18/14
09/25/14
09/25/14

VENDOR #
26220
14115
24361
06655
24686
24361

ADDRS #
0
0
0
0
0
0

VENDOR NAME

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CHECK STATUS

POLKA DOT DAIRY INC


OUTSTANDING
MAHS-MINNESOTA ASSOCIATION OF HONOR SOCIETIES OUTSTANDING
RICHFIELD ISD #280
OUTSTANDING
BUCKO STEVEN
OUTSTANDING
LANDS BEST FOODS LLC
OUTSTANDING
RICHFIELD ISD #280
OUTSTANDING

TOTAL # OF ISSUED CHECKS:

TOTAL AMOUNT

7543.44

TOTAL # OF VOIDED CHECKS:

TOTAL AMOUNT

0.00

TOTAL # OF UNISSUED CHECKS:

REPORT: CHECKREG

001 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CHECK REGISTER


Richfield ISD #280
CHECK REGISTER FOR BANK 05 - ASSOCIATED BANK
DATE RANGE: 09/11/14 - 10/01/14

CHECK # TYPE
238975
238976
238977
238978
238979
238980
238981
238982
238983
238984
238985
238986
238987
238988
238989
238990
238991
238992
238993
238994
238995
238996
238997
238998
238999
239000
239001
239002
239003
239004
239005
239006
239007
239008
239009
239010
239011
239012
239013
239014
239015
239016
239017
239018
239019
239020
239021
239022
239023
239024
239025
239026

CHECK AMT

CHECK DATE

S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S

$125.00
$118.00
$81.48
$64.45
$83.00
$929.25
$150.00
$8479.00
$209.00
$345.36
$13270.00
$350.00
$1413.50
$695.00
$783.75
$150.00
$71.00
$118.00
$300.00
$73.00
$40.00
$2795.00

S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S

$193.60
$935.30
$125.00
$172.00
$150.00
$389.04
$50.00
$28.00
$1189.65
$90.00
$324.60
$64.00
$2665.00
$64.00
$7437.30
$165.05
$129.00
$200.00
$160.50
$655.00
$1209.00
$175.31
$40.00
$40.00
$197.40
$63.00
$5238.42
$300.00
$50.00

09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14

VENDOR #
24620
23790
19977
11938
24307
10120
19090
26140
13910
16182
19873
25203
24374
26227
26252
26240
12032
19406
16616
25443
25354
14335
14335
10460
23190
10119
18449
16755
23947
26230
10690
10693
26253
26243
26244
15193
23802
14516
25018
24519
15805
24148
23771
23771
23771
26245
26246
26224
26247
26025
14247
14247

ADDRS #
3
0
0
1
0
3
0
0
3
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
5
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
1
5
9

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PAGE 1

VENDOR NAME

CHECK STATUS

ADVANCED MIDWEST REGION


AKUM, STANLEY
AMAZON.COM GECRB/AMAZON
AMERICAN EAGLE INC
ANDERSON, DIANE
APPLE INC.
APPLE VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL
ART ESCAPES LLC
ASCD-ASSOC.FOR SUPERVISION & CURRICULUM DEVEL
ASPEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY
AVID CENTER
BAUMGARTNER, MICHELLE
BERNARDS GLASS INC
CASTILLO, ALEX
CENTAR INDUSTRIES INC
CENTRAL TRANSPORT
CENTURYLINK
CHARAI, AHMED
CHASKA HIGH SCHOOL
CHRISTIAN, CARMEN
CHRISTIAN, MICHAEL
COLLEGE BOARD
UNISSUED
CUB FOODS
CUSTOM EDUCATION SOLUTIONS INC
DC ANNIS SEWER INC
DE LAGE LANDEN OPERATIONAL SERVICES
EAGAN HIGH SCHOOL
EDUCATORS BENEFIT CONSULTANTS, LLC
FINANGER, PHILLIP J
FLOYD LOCK AND SAFE
FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS INC
GENEST STEIN, PHYLLIS
GL SPORTS CAMPS LLC
GOODWIN, PAUL A
GUTHRIE THEATER
HANSON, ERIC
INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT 917
JOHN DEERE LANDSCAPES INC
K&K EXPRESS LLC
LAKEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
LEGO DACTA PITSCO LLC
LOFFLER
LOFFLER
LOFFLER COMPANIES INC
LUNDQUIST, NANCY
LUNDQUIST, TIM
M&D ENTERPRISES
MAUER, MARK
MCGRAW HILL SCHOOL EDUCATION HOLDINGS LLC
METRO ECSU
METRO ECSU

OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
UNISSUED
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING

REPORT: CHECKREG

001 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CHECK REGISTER


Richfield ISD #280
CHECK REGISTER FOR BANK 05 - ASSOCIATED BANK
DATE RANGE: 09/11/14 - 10/01/14

CHECK # TYPE
239027
239028
239029
239030
239031
239032
239033
239034
239035
239036
239037
239038
239039
239040
239041
239042
239043
239044
239045
239046
239047
239048
239049
239050
239051
239052
239053
239054
239055
239056
239057
239058
239059
239060
239061
239062
239063
239064
239065
239066
239067
239068
239069
239070
239071
239072
239073
239074
239075
239076
239077
239078

S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S

CHECK AMT

CHECK DATE

$90.00
$175.00
$1095.00
$63.00
$182.00
$625.00
$893.67
$64.00
$302.61
$1236.00
$1456.45
$40.00
$1390.70
$185.53
$118.28
$10.00
$65.00
$64.00
$1119.00
$409.92
$14.00
$64.00
$223.60
$338.31
$42.00
$578.14
$3011.51
$2000.00
$300.00
$25.50
$568.33
$48.99
$500.00
$365.09
$85.41
$1275.00
$560.62
$2652.35
$239.00
$811.89
$570.97
$2077.57
$3159.67
$646.00
$6693.82
$137.50
$50.00
$703.24
$2760.51
$16229.85
$4403.88
$75.00

09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/17/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14

VENDOR #
12821
17433
11317
16819
24662
25864
26248
26249
20277
11560
24864
26242
25776
11636
12974
11665
11677
26250
24311
11795
26241
26251
15612
11900
11964
19259
25650
11308
11308
10661
11147
13826
10755
10769
11457
10058
19977
25879
13910
10142
11206
13027
11265
24299
16230
12059
25789
20245
10534
10552
10708
16176

ADDRS #
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
7
0
6
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
37
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
3
1
3
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0

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VENDOR NAME

CHECK STATUS

MINNESOTA BUREAU OF CRIMINAL APPREHENSION


MINNESOTA DAPE LEADERSHIP
MINVALCO INC
MORROW, DONALD
MUNIMA, PETER
NORTHERN STAR COUNCIL/ BSA
OPITZ, GREG
ORUC, DZEVDO
PADELFORD PACKET BOAT COMPANY
PITNEY BOWES
PLASTIC BAGMART
PRINT
PROCHASKA LLC
REALLY GOOD STUFF
RICHFIELD BLOOMINGTON CREDIT UNION
RICHFIELD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
RICHFIELD ROTARY CLUB
RYAN, JAMES ROBERT
SANTANDER LEASING LLC
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO.
STELLON, ELIZABETH
STOLL, HEATH
SUBURBAN TIRE WHOLESALE
SUPREME SCHOOL SUPPLY CO
TIRE TOWN, INC
TWIN CITY FILTER SERVICE INC
UNIVERSAL ATHLETIC SERVICE INC
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
WHITE, DANIEL E & SUZANNE
WILLIAM V MACGILL & COMPANY
VOIDED
WW GOETSCH ASSOCIATES INC
WW GRAINGER, INC
XCEL ENERGY
ALBERS MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS INC
AMAZON.COM GECRB/AMAZON
AQUA LOGIC INC
ASCD-ASSOC FOR SUPERVISION&CURRICULUM DEVELPM
ASTLEFORD INTERNATIONAL & ISUZU
CAPITAL ONE COMMERCIAL
CDW GOVERNMENT INC
CENTERPOINT ENERGY
COMMERCIAL KITCHEN SERVICES
CORPORATE HEALTH SYSTEMS, INC
CORPORATE TECHNOLOGIES
CRAWFORD, XAVIER L
DIVERSIFIED COLLECTION SERVICES INC
DSD-DIVERSIFIED SNACK DISTRIBUTION
DULUTH ISD #709
G&K SERVICES
GEIB, SCOTT

OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
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OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
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OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
VOIDED
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING

REPORT: CHECKREG

001 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CHECK REGISTER


Richfield ISD #280
CHECK REGISTER FOR BANK 05 - ASSOCIATED BANK
DATE RANGE: 09/11/14 - 10/01/14

CHECK # TYPE
239079
239080
239081
239082
239083
239084
239085
239086
239087
239088
239089
239090
239091
239092
239093
239094
239095
239096
239097
239098
239099
239100
239101
239102
239103
239104
239105
239106
239107
239108
239109
239110
239111
239112
239113
239114
239115
239116
239117
239118
239119
239120
239121
239122
239123
239124
239125
239126
239127
239128
239129
239130

S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S

CHECK AMT

CHECK DATE

$1494.80
$347.00
$11347.83
$84.00
$5307.49
$1432.01
$2161.60
$100.00
$50.00
$186.58
$8.54
$118.00
$59.65
$667.00
$8.57
$118.00
$2700.00
$92.00
$159.00
$16466.72
$84.00
$250.00
$12128.00
$150.00
$274.50
$12.50
$563.20
$8600.00
$1000.00
$2880.00
$21.50
$160.00
$118.00
$314.00
$84.00
$6912.80
$340.59
$550.00
$138.35
$399.00
$8.97
$219.00
$92.00
$253.61
$209.94
$98.18
$85.25
$7476.42
$381.43
$109.89
$40.31
$687.60

09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14

VENDOR #
25400
25398
24625
18238
10889
15619
25162
15455
24473
25018
11000
25241
26260
24518
24519
26255
24278
25960
23771
12976
14856
18898
12978
14247
12821
11285
24880
17776
13897
25467
26261
19771
12644
11572
26256
11609
23955
24061
17570
13854
11636
13131
25959
25862
11711
11755
11761
12990
25842
11795
26259
24622

ADDRS #
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
5
1
6
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
3
0
0
2
2
2
0
0
0
0
0

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VENDOR NAME

CHECK STATUS

HASTINGS CO OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY


HEARTLAND PAYMENT SYSTEMS INC
HOCKENBERGS
HOLINE JOHN
HOUGHTON MIFFLIN HARCOURT PUBLISHING CO
HOW ENTERPRISES
IDEAL ENERGIES LLC
JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL
JEGTVIG, TYLER
JOHN DEERE LANDSCAPES INC
JOHNSON OK HARDWARE, INC
JOHNSON, ZACHARY
JONES, SHARON
JTM PROVISIONS CO INC
K&K EXPRESS LLC
LABEAU, CLINT
LARS JOHNSON
LAURSEN PIANO SERVICE
LOFFLER
MADISON NATIONAL LIFE
MCGIVERN, JEROME JAY
MCTLC
MEDICA
METRO ECSU
MINNESOTA BUREAU OF CRIMINAL APPREHENSION
MINNESOTA DEPARTMNT OF REVENUE
NATIONAL PAYMENT CENTER
NCS PEARSON, INC.
NORMANDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
NORTHERN LIGHTS ATHLETE VILLAGE
OLSON, JACQUELYN
PERFORMANCE SOLUTIONS
POLITZ, JORDAN
POMPS TIRE SERVICE INC
PRICE, TIMOTHY J
PUMP & METER SERVICE INC
PURELAND SUPPLY
RAMSAY, THOMAS
RAPIT PRINTING
READ NATURALLY
REALLY GOOD STUFF
RESOURCES FOR EDUCATORS
ROGERS, STEVEN D
RYAN, STEPHEN T
S&S WORLDWIDE INC
SCHOLASTIC INC
SCHOOL HEALTH SUPPLY CO
SCHOOL SERVICE EMPLOYEES UNION
SCHOOLS IN LLC
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO.
STEWART ZLIMEN & JUNGERS LTD
STRATEGIC EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY

OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
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OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
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OUTSTANDING
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OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING

REPORT: CHECKREG

001 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CHECK REGISTER


Richfield ISD #280
CHECK REGISTER FOR BANK 05 - ASSOCIATED BANK
DATE RANGE: 09/11/14 - 10/01/14

CHECK # TYPE
239131
239132
239133
239134
239135
239136
239137
239138
239139
239140
239141
239142
239143
239144
239145
239146
239147
239148
239149
239150
239151
239152
239153
239154
239155
239156
239157
239158
239159
239160
239161
239162
239163
239164
239165
239166
239167
239168
239169
239170
239171
239172
239173
239174
239175
239176
239177
239178
239179
239180
239181
239182

S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S

CHECK AMT
$265.00
$638.75
$1955.71
$4000.00
$32.16
$3225.50
$138.30
$243.92
$382.75
$405.00
$1759.99
$84.00
$84.00
$376.00
$223.15
$597.37
$728.70
$61.53
$64.00
$64.00
$84.00
$250.00
$51.84
$465.28
$8800.00
$974.00
$83.00
$244.18
$80.00
$120.00
$74.00
$6738.58
$1391.00
$170.00
$92.00
$83.00
$152.23
$83.00
$5732.21
$459.84
$200.00
$316.00
$389.42
$117.33
$84.00
$393.40
$64.00
$1791.95
$263.97
$118.00
$130.00
$1734.00

CHECK DATE
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
09/24/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14

VENDOR #
13095
18915
18808
25845
19259
14016
25531
25537
25537
16643
25650
26257
26258
24222
11147
10769
11457
12179
25783
25820
25061
19288
10142
10179
24988
10210
17516
13027
25443
25354
26267
15389
19652
25789
12353
18287
10512
19446
10619
10570
26230
10693
10702
10708
26263
10794
23802
10827
25655
25477
25054
25162

ADDRS #
1
0
0
0
0
6
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0

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PAGE 4

VENDOR NAME

CHECK STATUS

STUDENT ACTIVITY ACCOUNT


VOIDED
TRUST POINT INC
TWIN CITIES LOCAL FOOD LLC
TWIN CITY FILTER SERVICE INC
ULTIMATE CHALLENGE LLC
UNITED HEALTHCARE
UNITED HEALTHCARE
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE COMPANY
UNITED STATES TREASURY
UNIVERSAL ATHLETIC SERVICE INC
VAIL, AARON S
VAIL, STEVEN D
VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY
WILLIAM V MACGILL & COMPANY
WW GRAINGER, INC
XCEL ENERGY
ZANER - BLOSER
AADLAND, TROY
AKIMOV, ANDREY
ALLER, ANDREW
AND TECHNOLOGIES INC
ASTLEFORD INTERNATIONAL & ISUZU
BARNES & NOBLE BOOKSELLERS, USA INC
BG CONSULTING
BIFFS INC
BOWMAN, DAVID R
CDW GOVERNMENT INC
CHRISTIAN, CARMEN
CHRISTIAN, MICHAEL
CILIBERTI, NICHOLAS JAMES
CITY OF RICHFIELD
COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS SPECIALISTS
CRAWFORD, XAVIER L
DAGNAULT, ARLENE
DANGSON, JESSICA
DEMCO INC
DOHERTY, SANDRA
ELERT & ASSOCIATES
ETR ASSOCIATES
FINANGER, PHILLIP J
FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS INC
FREESTYLE SALE COMPANY
G&K SERVICES
GRANDSTRAND, BRIAN
GUARDIAN PEST CONTROL, INC
HANSON, ERIC
HAWKINS INC
HERITAGE CRYSTAL CLEAN INC
HIEDEMAN, LARRY
HUDSON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
IDEAL ENERGIES LLC

OUTSTANDING
VOIDED
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING

REPORT: CHECKREG

001 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CHECK REGISTER


Richfield ISD #280
CHECK REGISTER FOR BANK 05 - ASSOCIATED BANK
DATE RANGE: 09/11/14 - 10/01/14

CHECK # TYPE
239183
239184
239185
239186
239187
239188
239189
239190
239191
239192
239193
239194
239195
239196
239197
239198
239199
239200
239201
239202
239203
239204
239205
239206
239207
239208
239209
239210
239211
239212
239213
239214
239215
239216
239217
239218
239219
239220
239221
239222
239223
239224
239225
239226
239227
239228
239229
239230
239231
239232
239233
239234

S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S

CHECK AMT

CHECK DATE

$72615.56
$79.99
$15.00
$84.00
$83.00
$64.00
$84.00
$220.00
$83.00
$101.50
$425.00
$74.00
$1314.00
$84.00
$1205.40
$82.30
$4752.77
$40.00
$120.00
$220.00
$475.00
$64.00
$200.00
$80.05
$6065.00
$332.09
$40.00
$141.50
$176.00
$64.00
$523.60
$226.06
$83.00
$109.35
$113.88
$1567.82
$505.00
$88.48
$500.00
$118.00
$638.75
$128.20
$6186.27
$252.37
$210.72
$2224.00
$10211.58
$118.00
$158.84
$80092.66

10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14

VENDOR #
10957
24767
16567
26264
15662
25409
26265
24717
26268
26176
26270
26255
25440
26266
24148
11106
23771
26245
26246
20267
16138
24309
18843
11206
19796
19140
24729
12821
25621
25062
25776
23955
25851
11709
11768
11768
11770
11795
26235
26251
26221
11900
26209
11927
16467
14662
11300
26269
19259
12038
12038
12038

ADDRS #
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0

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PAGE 5

VENDOR NAME

CHECK STATUS

INTERMEDIATE DISTRICT 287


INTERSTATE ALL BATTERY CENTER
IOWA DIVISION OF CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
JORGENSON, TERRY BRIAN
JUREWICZ, FRED
KAHMEYER, TROY
KEES, RYAN
KIDCREATE STUDIO
KRAUSE, JEFF
KUHN, LINDSEY
LA COSECHA 2014
LABEAU, CLINT
LEARNING ALLY
LEE, JOHN JOSEPH
LEGO DACTA PITSCO LLC
LIGHTNING PRINTING INC
LOFFLER
LUNDQUIST, NANCY
LUNDQUIST, TIM
MAIN MN ADVOCATES FOR IMMERSION NETWORK
MASPA-MN ASSOC OF SCHOOL PERSONNEL ADMIN
MCGREGOR, CAMERON
MEMO-MINNESOTA EDUCATIONAL MEDIA ORGANIZATION
MENARDS - RICHFIELD
METRO WEST CONFERENCE
MIDWEST BUS PARTS INC
MILES, SARA
MINNESOTA BUREAU OF CRIMINAL APPREHENSION
MOHN, MONICA
PRINTUP, MATT
PROCHASKA LLC
PURELAND SUPPLY
ROBERTS JR, STANLEY H
RYDIN DECAL
SCHOOL SPECIALTY / CLASSROOM DIRECT
SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC
SCHWAB-VOLLHABER LUBRATT, INC.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO.
SISNEROS, ADAM MANUEL
STOLL, HEATH
SUMMIT COMMERCIAL FACILITES GROUP
SUPREME SCHOOL SUPPLY CO
TAFFE, SARAH ANN
TARGET BANK
THE WORKS
THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR COPORATION
TIES #925
TORRES ORDONEZ, CESAR U
TWIN CITY FILTER SERVICE INC
UPPER LAKES FOODS, INC
UNISSUED
UNISSUED

OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
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OUTSTANDING
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OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
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OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
UNISSUED
UNISSUED

REPORT: CHECKREG

001 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CHECK REGISTER


Richfield ISD #280
CHECK REGISTER FOR BANK 05 - ASSOCIATED BANK
DATE RANGE: 09/11/14 - 10/01/14

CHECK # TYPE
239235
239236
239237
239238
239239
239240
239241
239242
239243
239244
239245
239246
239247
239248
239249
603940
603941
603942
603943
603944
603945
603946
603947
603948
603949
603950
603951
603952
603953
603954
603955
603956
603957
603958
603959
603960
603961
603962
603963
603964

CHECK AMT

S
S
S

$66.58
$4336.05
$1122.39

S
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E

$71422.27
$52.09
$120.00
$120.00
$120.00
$17.92
$31.36
$91.79
$90.81
$45.40
$34.45
$7.39
$2828.20
$88.00
$33.16
$38.94
$22.96
$125.00
$2500.00
$54.34
$26.88
$145.00
$149.67
$87.19
$43.35
$76.45

CHECK DATE
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
10/01/14
09/11/14
09/11/14
09/11/14
09/11/14
09/11/14
09/11/14
09/11/14
09/11/14
09/11/14
09/11/14
09/11/14
09/11/14
09/18/14
09/18/14
09/18/14
09/18/14
09/18/14
09/18/14
09/25/14
09/25/14
09/25/14
09/25/14
09/25/14
09/25/14
09/25/14

VENDOR #
12038
12038
12038
12038
12038
12038
12038
12038
12038
12038
11147
25395
10769
10769
11457
95000
95000
95000
95000
95000
95000
95000
95000
95000
95000
95000
95000
95000
95000
95000
95000
95000
95000
95000
95000
95000
95000
95000
95000
95000

ADDRS #
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
7290
7482
7474
7489
6734
4248
7491
6443
3682
7080
7536
6788
2076
1739
6797
2280
6994
7506
2481
5608
4171
7262
200
5590
5590

CHECK STATUS

UNISSUED
UNISSUED
UNISSUED
UNISSUED
UNISSUED
UNISSUED
UNISSUED
UNISSUED
UNISSUED
UNISSUED
WILLIAM V MACGILL & COMPANY
WORKPLACE BEHAVIORAL SOLUTIONS
WW GRAINGER, INC
UNISSUED
XCEL ENERGY
CLARKSON MARY L
DAHL KRISTINE A
DEIKE ELIZABETH M
HETCH JENNIFER B
JENSEN CAROL M
KRIESEL-KOLL PAMELA J
NELSON LISA M
SUTERA REBECCA S
TAUER LU ANN N
TOUSIGNANT JOHN L
WILLHITE KASYA L
ZAMBRENO BRIAN J
CEDER PHIL N
MILLS STEVEN M
MORALES TOWNS ALIA R
RAYNOR CYNTHIA A
RICE MICHAEL J
VALA CARRIE A
FREEMAN TERESA M
JOHNSON PAMELA Z
LAWRENCE MELANIE R
OBANDO DAHLMAN ROSALYN J
SELLS VICKI P
SZCZUKOWSKI SUSAN K
SZCZUKOWSKI SUSAN K

UNISSUED
UNISSUED
UNISSUED
UNISSUED
UNISSUED
UNISSUED
UNISSUED
UNISSUED
UNISSUED
UNISSUED
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
UNISSUED
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
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OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING

284

TOTAL AMOUNT

525204.40

TOTAL # OF VOIDED CHECKS:

TOTAL AMOUNT

687.74

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TOTAL # OF ISSUED CHECKS:

TOTAL # OF UNISSUED CHECKS:

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REPORT: CHECKREG

001 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CHECK REGISTER


Richfield ISD #280
CHECK REGISTER FOR BANK 07 - ASSOCIATED BANK-PCARDS
DATE RANGE: 09/11/14 - 10/01/14

CHECK # TYPE

CHECK AMT

CHECK DATE

VENDOR #

ADDRS #

VENDOR NAME

TOTAL # OF ISSUED CHECKS:

TOTAL AMOUNT

0.00

TOTAL # OF VOIDED CHECKS:

TOTAL AMOUNT

0.00

TOTAL # OF UNISSUED CHECKS:

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CHECK STATUS

REPORT: CHECKREG

001 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CHECK REGISTER


RUN: WED 100114 11:17
Richfield ISD #280
CHECK REGISTER FOR BANK 08 - ASSOCIATED BANK-COMMERCE ACH'S
DATE RANGE: 09/11/14 - 10/01/14

CHECK # TYPE
806238
806239
806240
806241
806242
806243
806244
806245
806246
806247
806248
806249
806250
806251
806252
806253
806254
806255
806256
806257
806258
806259
806260
806261
806262
806263
806264
806265
806266
806267
806268
806269
806270
806271
806272
806273
806274
806275
806276
806277
806278
806279
806280
806281
806282
806283
806284
806285
806286

V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V

CHECK AMT

CHECK DATE

$2117.00
$415.66
$307.28
$447.24
$70.04
$47.45
$518.33
$50.00
$461.78
$632.75
$547.52
$378.40
$1427.50
$39.55
$591.53
$252.02
$187.99
$258.19
$7606.00
$2558.75
$3422.00
$43.63
$181.53
$109.10
$115.68
$131.14
$34.99
$296.38
$144.90
$63.96
$114.09
$115.98
$535.14
$41.94
$524.20
$162.80
$118.68
$615.80
$292.37
$58.44
$110.14
$157.37
$12000.00
$700.00
$23.99
$125.40
$369.45
$1003.00
$3671.15

09/12/14
09/12/14
09/12/14
09/12/14
09/12/14
09/12/14
09/12/14
09/12/14
09/12/14
09/12/14
09/12/14
09/12/14
09/12/14
09/12/14
09/12/14
09/12/14
09/12/14
09/12/14
09/12/14
09/12/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14
09/19/14

TOTAL # OF ISSUED CHECKS:

49

VENDOR #
19368
10201
10201
10201
10201
10201
10201
10790
16679
16679
16679
16679
16679
16679
11865
11865
11865
11865
14662
10946
19368
10201
10201
10201
10201
10201
10201
10201
10201
10201
10201
10201
10201
10201
10201
16679
16679
16679
16679
16679
16679
16679
10946
10946
15712
11768
11865
13780
18494

TOTAL AMOUNT

ADDRS #
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0

PAGE 1

VENDOR NAME

CHECK STATUS

BEN FRANKLIN ELECTRIC, INC


BERTELSON BROTHERS INC
BERTELSON BROTHERS INC
BERTELSON BROTHERS INC
BERTELSON BROTHERS INC
BERTELSON BROTHERS INC
BERTELSON BROTHERS INC
GROTH MUSIC COMPANY
HILLYARD
HILLYARD
HILLYARD
HILLYARD
HILLYARD
HILLYARD
STATE SUPPLY COMPANY INC
STATE SUPPLY COMPANY INC
STATE SUPPLY COMPANY INC
STATE SUPPLY COMPANY INC
THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR COPORATION
INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
BEN FRANKLIN ELECTRIC, INC
BERTELSON BROTHERS INC
BERTELSON BROTHERS INC
BERTELSON BROTHERS INC
BERTELSON BROTHERS INC
BERTELSON BROTHERS INC
BERTELSON BROTHERS INC
BERTELSON BROTHERS INC
BERTELSON BROTHERS INC
BERTELSON BROTHERS INC
BERTELSON BROTHERS INC
BERTELSON BROTHERS INC
BERTELSON BROTHERS INC
BERTELSON BROTHERS INC
BERTELSON BROTHERS INC
HILLYARD
HILLYARD
HILLYARD
HILLYARD
HILLYARD
HILLYARD
HILLYARD
INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS CUST#251272
SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC
STATE SUPPLY COMPANY INC
TROXELL COMMUNICATIONS, INC.
WET TECHNOLOGY INC

OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
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OUTSTANDING
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OUTSTANDING
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OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
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OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
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OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING
OUTSTANDING

44198.23

REPORT: CHECKREG

001 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CHECK REGISTER


RUN: WED 100114 11:17
Richfield ISD #280
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DATE RANGE: 09/11/14 - 10/01/14

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FOR ACTION

Agenda Item IV.B


Board of Education
Independent School District 280
Richfield, Minnesota
Regular Meeting, October 6, 2014

Subject:

PERSONNEL ITEMS

(Recommended by Superintendent)
That the Board of Education approve the following personnel Items:
Management Team Retirement
Nancy Lerner Director of Title Programs
Certified Full Time Positions for Employment 1st Year Probation
Kristin Hayek Special Education Middle School
Athena Jimenez Dual Language Social Studies Middle School
Jay Melchior Special Education Middle School
Eudoro Olivares Dual Language Elementary RDLS
Christina Polk Science Senior High
Certified Full Time Positions for Employment Temporary
Lastenia Bates Benavides Dual Language Kindergarten RDLS
Melissa Moen Elementary Education Centennial
Kristian Pulford Language Arts Senior High
Lindsey Storhaug Elementary Education Sheridan Hills
Classified Part Time Positions for Employment Paraprofessionals
Christine Bartlett 18 hr/wk Instructional Title I Para Sheridan Hills
Nancy Diercks 13.75 hr/wk Managerial Para RSTEM
Paul Lundin 32.5 hr/wk Special Ed. Para Centennial
Carol McCartan 18 hr/wk Instructional Title I Para Sheridan Hills
Jake Oakley 32.5 hr/wk Special Ed. Para RDLS
Classified Part Time Resignation Food & Nutrition Services
Lisa Nelson 15 hr/wk Kitchen Assistant Senior High
Classified Part Time Resignation Paraprofessional
Ginny Contreras 30.25 hr/wk Instructional (ESL) Para Middle School

FOR ACTION OLD BUSINESS

Agenda Item V.

Board of Education
Independent School District 280
Richfield, Minnesota

Regular Meeting, October 6, 2014

SUBJECT:

TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN

Recommended by the Superintendent, that the Board of Education approve the


administration to contract with Elert and Associates for Phase 2 (Request for Proposals)
of the Technology Infrastructure Plan which includes preparation of specifications and
design of technology infrastructure for bidding and the design and engineering needs of
technology closets.
Background Information
Anthony Padrnos
Director of Technology
Michael Schwartz
Executive Director of Finance and Operations
At the last School Board meeting a three year phased technology plan was presented.
Board members requested a revised plan that would complete the installation of
technology infrastructure in two years. Attached is our two year plan recommendation.
The first document is our technology budget for 2014/15 and a projected budget for
2015/16. The cells highlighted in yellow are our proposal to reduce expenditures in the
budget to use towards the infrastructure project. We propose changes in three areas,
personnel, infrastructure and software. Personnel and software expenditures will be
transferred to the General Fund with the Curriculum department absorbing the software
cost and the overall General Fund absorbing the personnel cost. The infrastructure
cost will be used specifically for this project.
There was discussion at the previous board meeting to have the phones installed as a
rd
3 phase in the summer of 2017. Our consultant Elert and Associates has

recommended that we do the phones in phase 1 and 2. If we wait we would have to lay
additional phone cables to the new closets at a cost of approximately $50,000 and the
cables would be obsolete after the project was completed. We looked at other options
and are recommending that we lease/purchase the switches and that the Operating
Capital fund would cover the cost of the new closet construction of $135,000.
We did an amortization schedule for leasing the switches. Phase 1 lease amount
would be $483,360 for 5 years using an interest rate of 2.5% (Interest rate for leasing
technology equipment this past spring was 1.7999%). Phase 2 lease amount is
$296,400. The total projected interest cost would be just over $60,000 over the life of
the loans.
Our recommendation would be for the School Board to authorize administration to
contract with Elert and Associates for preparation of specifications and design of
technology infrastructure for bidding and the design and engineering needs of
technology closets.

Technology Levy
TCO
PRG

OBJ

CATEGORY

GOALS

ACTUAL
2012-13

BUDGET
2013-14

PROJECT PROJECT
2014-15
2015-16

Implications

EDUCATIONAL PERSONNEL & PROGRAMMING

1
2
3
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53

858
112 Program Administration (.30 FTE)/Supervisor (1.0)
858
138 Tech Integ (.2) Sher (.2) Cent (.4) RSTEM (.2) RDLS (.4) RMS (.4) RHS
858
140 Tech Integ. (4RHS), (4RMS)-Hourly/Stipend
858
141 K-5 Tech Literacy Resource (0.93 FTE)
858 145/185 Additional Hours/Substitute Costs
858
200 Media/Integrationist Benefits
858
367 TIES Educational Technology Conference
859
822 TIES Fees
ED PERSONNEL & PROGRAMMING TOTAL
INFRASTRUCTURE

859
859
859
859
859
859
859
859
859
859
859

370
555
555
555
555
311
311
311
401
420
420

401
401
401
401
401
401
401
401
401

859
859
859

580
581
371

42,648
112,808
16,000
27,033
2,900
59,469
5,000
130,000
395,858

95,332
117,588
16,000
27,709
2,900
64,815
10,000
130,000
464,344

0
0
16,000
27,700
0
0
10,000
130,000
183,700

12.00%

168,561
0
0
63,714
0
0
24,000
26,985
2,406
22,834
33,305
341,806

84,324
0
0
60,000
0
18,381
0
0
16,076
31,000
32,000
241,781

84,325
100,000
140,000
70,000
0
16,320
0
0
16,500
32,620
32,000
491,765

84,325
0
0
0
0
16,320
0
0
16,500
32,620
32,000
181,765

4,350
13,998
11,095
12,228
3,070
0
0
0
15,862

4,350
14,000
11,095
12,228
5,000
0
0
0
4,874

5,000
35,000
11,650
15,000
5,000
12,100
2,100
2,448
4,971

0
0
0
15,000
0
12,100
2,100
2,448
4,971

150,940
17,341
69,311
298,195

189,640
15,641
84,516
341,344

152,050
9,310
84,516
339,145

152,050
9,310
84,516
282,495

38,506
195,685
109,942
146,311
490,444
1,438,291

39,034
197,606
117,200
158,498
512,338
1,491,321

40,010
199,583
159,908
229,803
629,304
1,924,558

40,010
199,583
159,908
229,803
629,304
1,277,264

1,438,291
1,372,538

1,491,321
1,386,150

1,924,558
2,260,000

69,632
43,043
46,922

68,302
46,922
10,053

68,302
10,053
413,797

1,277,264
2,260,000
982,736
68,302
413,797
1,464,835
526,680
1,991,515

Fiber Network (Access & TIES Fiber Transport)


Wireless Infrastructure
Infrastructure Replacement Equip-Backup-Switches
Tech Infrastructure Replacement Equipment
Increase Bandwidth (TIES/Internet)

Corporate Technology--Maintenance Agree (Phone)


TIES Report
Temporary Tech Support/Replacement
Verizon/Sprint Phones/Blackboard Connect
Maintenance & Support Agreements
Tech Department Budget
INFRASTRUCTURE--SUBTOTAL
SOFTWARE

858
858
858
858
858
858
858
858
859

30.00%

39,629
69,323
0
26,637
1,930
39,765
3,650
126,913
307,847

Annual Infra-Structure Software-SuccessMaker(Pearson)


NWEA--MAP licenses annual subscription
Discovery Education Streaming annual subscription
rSchoolToday Web Licensing annual subscription/Upgrade
Curriculum Software Licensing
Standard for Success (SFS)-Evaluation Software
ARUX-Building Reservation System
VISION Licenses--District wide Computer Labs
Novell Annual Licensing

General Fund
General Fund

General Fund
General Fund
Change to tech PD
24.13%

Infrastructure Project
Infrastructure Project
Infrastructure Project

25.55%
Curriculum Funds
Curriculum Funds
Curriculum Funds
Curriculum Funds

LEASE PURCHASE

Principal
Interest
Docucenters [Capital offset]
HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE--SUBTOTAL
TECH-SUPPORT STAFF

859
859
859
859

171
114
172
200

25.00%

Tech Help Desk Clerk (.87)


Supvr Tech (1.0), Coord Tech (1.0), Repair Tech (1.0)
Part-Time Building Tech Paras (4)/(5)-3 11/months
Technician Benefits
TECH SUPPORT--SUBTOTAL
TOTALS

TOTAL DRAFT BUDGET


Estimated Available in Tech Levy Funds
Balance Prior to E-Rate & carrier over balance
E-Rate Funds (Partial Offset of Fiber Cost-line 13)
Projected Balance Prior Year
BALANCE
Projected E-Rate 2.0
BALANCE + E-Rate 2.0

33.00%

17.62%

32.70%

Financial Changes
PRG

OBJ

CATEGORY

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

EDUCATIONAL PERSONNEL & PROGRAMMING

858
858
858
858

112
138
145/185
200

Program Administration (.30 FTE)/Supervisor (1.0)

859
859
859

555
555
555

Wireless Infrastructure
Infrastructure Replacement Equip-Backup-Switches
Tech Infrastructure Replacement Equipment
Total

858
858
858
858

401
401
401
401

Annual Infra-Structure Software-SuccessMaker(Pearson)


NWEA--MAP licenses annual subscription
Discovery Education Streaming annual subscription
Curriculum Software Licensing
Total

Tech Integ (.2) Sher (.2) Cent (.4) RSTEM (.2) RDLS (.4) RMS (.4) RHS

Additional Hours/Substitute Costs


Media/Integrationist Benefits
Total

39,629
69,323
1,930
39,765
150,647

42,648
112,808
2,900
59,469
217,825

95,332
117,588
2,900
64,815
280,635

0
0
0
0
0

[1]
[1]
[1]
[1]

0
0
63,714
63,714

0
0
60,000
60,000

100,000
140,000
70,000
310,000

0 [2]
0 [2]
0 [2]
0

4,350
13,998
11,095
3,070
32,513

4,350
14,000
11,095
5,000
34,445

5,000
35,000
11,650
5,000
56,650

INFRASTRUCTURE

SOFTWARE

0
0
0
0
0

Notes:
[1] Media specialists and Director of technology are key to school success. Therefor they should be a part of the general or other
sustainable funds.
[2] These funds will be a part of the infrastructure project
[3] These software items are curriculum items. As more curriculum becomes digitized they should be considered curricum expenses rather
than technology expenses.

[3]
[3]
[3]
[3]

3 Year Infrastructure Project


Building
RHS
RMS
Central
SEC
SH
Centennial
STEM
RDLS
DO
Phones
Total
Budget
Balance

Summer 2015
$ 1,056,790.00
$ 607,355.00
$ 125,510.00
$
17,320.00

Summer 2016

$
$
$
$

Summer 2017

233,575.00
268,880.00
484,860.00
155,485.00

$ 124,975.00
$ 1,931,950.00
$ 1,991,515.00
$
59,565.00

$
$
$

$
1,142,800.00 $
1,042,328.00 $
(100,472.00) $

744,000.00
744,000.00
882,291.00
138,291.00

Total
$ 1,056,790.00
$ 607,355.00
$ 125,510.00
$
17,320.00
$ 233,575.00
$ 268,880.00
$ 484,860.00
$ 155,485.00
$ 124,975.00
$ 744,000.00
$ 3,818,750.00

This is a three phase proposal that upgrades the infrastructure in the first two phases and
the phone system in phase three. If the tech levy budget recommendations are made, then
the levy can carry the majority of the cost. This budget is dependent on E-rate. Phase 2 is
the only phase that would need additional funds from another source.
Extra $50,000 for phase 3 phone implementation not included

2 Year Infrastructure Project


Building
RHS
RMS
Central
SEC
SH
Centennial
STEM
RDLS
DO
Phones
Total
Budget
Balance

Summer 2015
$ 1,289,290.00
$ 762,335.00
$ 148,760.00
$
40,570.00

Summer 2016

$
$
$
$
$ 124,975.00
$ 2,365,930.00 $
$ 1,991,515.00 $
$ (374,415.00) $

Total
$ 1,289,290.00
$ 762,335.00
$ 148,760.00
$
40,570.00
311,075.00 $ 311,075.00
346,380.00 $ 346,380.00
562,360.00 $ 562,360.00
232,985.00 $ 232,985.00
$ 124,975.00
$
1,452,800.00 $ 3,818,730.00
982,763.00 $ 2,974,278.00
(470,037.00) $ (844,452.00)

This is a two phase proposal that upgrades the infrastructure and the
phones in two phases. This budget is dependent on E-rate.

2 Year Infrastructure Project (lease to own)


Building
RHS
RMS
Central
SEC
SH
Centennial
STEM
RDLS
DO
Lease-Switches
Loan Payment
TR Construction
Phones
Total
Budget
Balance

Summer 2015
$ 1,289,290.00
$ 762,335.00
$ 148,760.00
$
40,570.00

Summer 2016

$
$
$
$
$ 124,975.00
$ (483,360.00) $
$
$ (60,000.00) $
$ 1,822,570.00
$ 1,991,515.00
$ 168,945.00

$
$
$

Total
$ 1,289,290.00
$ 762,335.00
$ 148,760.00
$
40,570.00
311,075.00 $ 311,075.00
346,380.00 $ 346,380.00
562,360.00 $ 562,360.00
232,985.00 $ 232,985.00
$ 124,975.00
(296,400.00) $ (779,760.00)
104,248.55 $ 104,248.55
(75,000.00) $ (135,000.00)
$
1,185,648.55 $ 3,008,218.55
1,151,708.00 $ 3,143,223.00
(33,940.55) $ 135,004.45

This is a two phase proposal that upgrades the infrastructure and


phones in two phases with lease to own on switches and wireless
equipment. If the tech levy budget recommendations are made, then
the levy can carry the majority of the cost. This budget is dependent on
E-rate. Phase 2 is the only phase that would need additional funds from

Richfield Public Schools

Bldg.
Centennial
Central MS/CE/Bus
Dist. Office [note 1]
RHS
STEM
Rich. Middle
Sheridan
SEC
RDLS-Dual Language
TOTALS

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

Switches
82,080
45,600
91,200
209,760
118,560
127,680
68,400
9,120
27,360
779,760

Technology Planning Probable Cost Summary

Wi-Fi
UPS-30 min
$ 41,800 $
12,000
$ 29,700 $
6,210
$
4,400 $
9,375
$ 155,100 $
35,730
$ 74,800 $
18,500
$ 74,800 $
18,855
$ 41,800 $
9,375
$
2,200 $
1,500
$ 38,500 $
2,625
$ 463,100 $ 114,170

Phones [2]
Cabling
Prof. Svcs [3]
$
77,500 $
88,000 $
30,000
$
23,250 $
30,000 $
14,000
$
$
20,000
$ 232,500 $ 506,200 $
120,000
$
77,500 $ 193,000 $
50,000
$ 155,000 $ 291,000 $
65,000
$
77,500 $
72,000 $
27,000
$
23,250 $
$
4,500
$
77,500 $
52,000 $
20,000
$ 744,000 $ 1,232,200 $
350,500

Note 1: District Office cabling and phones combined with RHS


Note 2: Phones includes voice mail system plus transition costs from PBX due to cabling changes
Note 3: Prof. Svcs = Professional services which includes design, RFPs process and oversight of installation
Note 4: TR constr = physical changes such as construction & cooling for technology rooms. Costs TBD by RPS
Estimated costs include configuration & installation.

TR constr. [4]
$
15,000
$
$
$
30,000
$
30,000
$
30,000
$
15,000
$
$
15,000
$
135,000

Elert & Associates


Technology Consultants
651.430.2772

Bldg totals
$
346,380
$
148,760
$
124,975
$
1,289,290
$
562,360
$
762,335
$
311,075
$
40,570
$
232,985
$ 3,818,730

FOR ACTION NEW BUSINESS

Agenda Item VI.2

Board of Education
Independent School District 280
Richfield, Minnesota

Regular Meeting, October 6, 2014

SUBJECT:

NON-RESIDENT TUITION RATE FOR 2014-15

Recommended by the Superintendent, that the Board of Education approve nonresident student tuition rates for the 2014-15 school year as noted below.
Background Information
Michael Schwartz
Executive Director of Finance and Operations
The preliminary audited FY14 general fund expenditure data was used when calculating
the tuition rate for FY15 (14-15 school year). The calculated average cost per student
for 14-15 with inflation is $10,374.00. The average cost is converted into APUs
(adjusted pupil units) to reflect the States new pupil unit weighting system. This is a
change from previous years when WADM (weighted adjusted daily membership) was
used for the calculation.
The following is a history of our average cost per student:
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
$9,450.60 $9,615.76 $9,881.00 $9,881.00 $10,152.00 $10,374.00
The average cost per student is converted into the following tuition rates:

Kindergarten
Grades 1 - 3
Grades 4 - 6
Grades 7 12

2014-15 TUITION PER STUDENT


APU factor
FY14
FY15
Pupil Units
Annual
Daily
Daily
1.000
$10,374.00
$58.01
$59.28
1.000
$10,374.00
$64.69
$59.28
1.000
$10,374.00
$61.50
$59.28
1.200
$12,448.80
$75.42
$71.14

NEW BUSINESS - FOR ACTION

Agenda Item VI.2

Board of Education
Independent School District 280
Richfield, Minnesota
Regular Meeting, October 6, 2014

SUBJECT: DONATIONS
(Recommended by Superintendent)
That the Board of Education accept the following donations:

RBCU (Richfield / Bloomington Credit Union


Kopp Family Foundation
Jeffrey and Audrey Rohlinger

Background Information
RBCU (Richfield / Bloomington Credit Union) donated $4,000.00 for Homecoming
Spirit T-shirts for the student body.
Kopp Family Foundation donated $3,000.00 to RHS Random Acts of Kindness to be
used for helping students in need: bus tokens or cards, schools supplies, etc.
Jeffrey and Audrey Rohlinger, an RDLS family, donated $250.00 to RDLS.