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Board of Education
Mr. Randy L. Lisowe
Mr. Terry Criter
Vice President
Mr. David Bailey
Mrs. Donna Koenigs
Mrs. Maria Halbach
David Bailey*
Terry Criter
Donna Koenigs*
Maria Halbach
Terry Criter*
Maria Halbach
Randy Lisowe*
Terry Criter
*denotes Chairman

2019-05-20 Board of Education Meeting

First published on 17 May 2019 Posted in School Board Agendas & Minutes

School District of Chilton
Preparing students to achieve their potential is our highest priority.
530 W. Main Street
Chilton, WI 53014


Board of Education Meeting
Monday, May 20, 2019 at 6:00 p.m.
Community Room of the High School Building

1. Call to order

2. Roll call of members

3. Verification of notice pursuant to s. 19.84 (1)(3) Wis. Stats.

4. Pledge of Allegiance

5. Delegations: This is the time for any person attending the meeting as an observer to express a
particular comment or concern.

-Spotlight on Learning – Pupil Services

-Acceptance of the following Gift(s) to the District:

-Compeer Financial - $500.00 to FFA Members for UW-Platteville Pre-Vet Camp

-WEA Trust Forward Together Grant - $3,000.00

-Joseph Bach, Trout in the Classroom - $250.00 for Tagging Array

-Chilton Area Community Foundation Fund

   Chilton High School
   -Dual Accreditation Welding Classes - $5,000.00
   -Shop Sanding Equipment - $1,500.00
   -Sources of Strength - $3,875.00
   -Trout in the Classroom Aquaponics - $2,360.00

   Chilton Middle School
   -Coding for Kids - $2,620.00
   -Helping our Students Thrive - $2,000.00
   -Instruments for All - $3,150.00

   Chilton Elementary & Middle School Libraries
   -LITTLEBITS for Chilton Creators - $2,755.00

6. Consent Items: (Board members may remove consent items on the agenda for discussion
and/or separate action.)

A. Approval of minutes from previous board meetings, to include committee meetings.

B. Approval of monthly bills and authorization to pay said bills.

C. Treasurer/Financial Report

D. Personnel Approvals

I. Recommendation for Hire:

   -Shawn Rude, High School Principal
   -Beverly Fesing, Housekeeping

II. Recommendation for Retirement:

III. Recommendation for Resignation- For Information Only – No Action Required:

     -Brittni Nelson, Middle School Swim Coach
     -Matt Wehde, High School Boys’ Track Coach
     -Amy Otis, Special Education Aide
     -Dexter Karban, Technology Education Teacher

IV. CESA 7 Employees - For Information Only - No Action Required:

7. Old Business:

A. President’s Report – The Board President will update the Board on various topics.

B. Student Board Representative Report – Miss Kaitlin Merwin, Student Council
Board of Education Representative, will provide an update to the Board on current
student topics.

C. Board of Education Committee Reports

Co-Curricular Committee Report:

-The Co-Curricular Committee met on Monday, May 13 at 6:45 a.m.

   A recommendation will be provided regarding home meets.

Education Committee Report:

-The Education Committee met on Tuesday, May 14 at 2:00 p.m.

Finance Committee Report:

-The Finance Committee met on Wednesday, May 15 at 4:45 p.m.

Policy Committee Report:

Buildings and Grounds Committee Report:

D. Police School Liaison Officer Report – Mr. Jacob Meyer, Police School Liaison
Officer, will provide his report to the Board of Education.

E. Revised 2019-2020 School Calendar – The Board of Education will be asked to
approve the revised 2019-2020 School Calendar.

8. New Business:

A. Board Approval of 2019-2020 Building Usage and School Fee Schedules – The
Board of Education will be asked to approve the 2019-2020 Building Usage and
School Fee Schedules.

B. Approval and Denial of Open Enrollment Requests – The Board of Education will
take action on Open Enrollment requests into and out of the School District of Chilton
for the 2019-2020 school year.

9. Administrative Reports – The following administrators will provide administrative updates
on their areas of responsibility:

Mrs. Sue Kaphingst, Superintendent
-Thank you to Kaitlin Merwin
-School Resource Officer

Mr. Ty Breitlow, High School Principal
-Youth Apprenticeship Completion Recognition

10. Adjournment

Mrs. Donna Koenigs, Board Clerk
Chilton Public Schools

Upon request to the Superintendent, submitted twenty-four (24) hours in advance, the District shall make
reasonable accommodations including the provision of informational material in an alternative format for a
disabled person to be able to attend this meeting.

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