The Edgerton School Board meeting of July 18 began with the Pledge of Allegiance, followed by roll call. All five board members Lyn Bowsher, Amanda Giesige, Christina Herman, Nick Hug and Robert Siebenaler, were in attendance.
First, the board approved the revision and acceptance of the agenda. Next, in the communications report, a report was given from the June 27 Four County Career Center Board meeting.
First, the Four County board approved the minutes from the May meeting and approved corrections from the July 2021 meeting.
Next, according to the agenda, the board approved the following: “financial statements and investments for May; appropriations qualifications; the then and now certification; the write off of unreconciled checks and uncollected obligations; the temporary appropriations and resolutions for 2023 and authorized the superintendent and treasurer to select property, fleet and casualty insurance coverage, plus cyber coverage with ratifications at the July board meeting.”
That was followed by the board approving of the following items: unpaid FMLA for Hannah Glore; STRS disability for Julie Frederick; Erin Custer, mentor; extending the days for Kristan Norden; the probation contract for Elizabeth Hopkins as job coach and custodian Brodie Miller. as well as one year contracts for Hopkins and Miller.
The Four County board also approved the one-year contracts for intervention specialist Haley Damman and custodian Megan Crowell.
Next, the board approved of a 12-month position for Tracy Dopp; the employment of Adult Education and STNA instructor staffs; board policies; the Four County Emergency Response Plan; the continuation of the Bryan CBI site lease and the cafeteria prices for 2022-23.
The Four County Board meeting then adjourned.
Back to the regular Edgerton School board meeting, the board approved a two-year contract with Koorsen Fire Security, for August 2022-July 31, 2024. The agreement includes the fire alarm, sprinkler, internet, and yearly inspection.
Next, the board approved the supplemental contracts for the following people: Terrell Nickells, junior high football; Natashia Culler, junior high cheer; Natasha Sanders, freshman cheer; Joe Bales, Log of E Advisor and speech and debate club; Julie Meyer, elementary art club; Kelly Bales, high school student council advisor; Maimee Giesige, middle school student council advisor; Taylor Nickeson, marching band advisor and pep band advisor.
The board then accepted the resignation of Angela Coles, high school business teacher and approved the one-year contract of Angela Hoag, fiscal assistant.
That was followed by the board approving one-year contracts for Neil Haughn, three hour bus driver and Dan Hissong, three hour bus driver and 2.5 hours cafeteria worker.
Next, the board approved the transfer of Chase McClellan. intervention specialist teacher for grades 7-12, to business education teacher.
In superintendent Kermit Riehle’s report, the Hill Asphalt project will be completed by the end of next week. Riehle also said that the capital conference will take place November 13-15.
In another report, board member Nick Hug was voted in as vice president. The board then moved into executive session.