The Regular Meeting of the Board of Education for the School District of Osceola was held in the Boardroom on September 25, 2019. The meeting was called to order by Vice President Brooke Kulzer at 6:00 P.M. with roll call taken: Pete Kammerud – yes; Craig Brunclik –yes, Brian Meyer – yes; Rosanne Anderson-absent; and Brooke Kulzer - yes. In addition, Superintendent Mark Luebker, Business Manager Lynette Edwards, Director of Instruction Dr. Rebecca Styles attended the meeting. 

Persons who requested an audience with the Board: Ron Cormican shared an article about board presence and suggested the Board to visit the four school buildings on a regular basis. 

A Brian Meyer/Craig Brunclik motion was made to approve the consent agenda without any items removed for further discussion. Motion Carried. 

Adopt the agenda Approve minutes of the Regular Meeting held on September 4, 2019 Hires, Resignations, and Recognitions. Resignation(s): Tyson Korb, Phy Ed. Teacher Recognition(s): Karen Swanson, OMS Certified Aide, Briana McLagan, OIS Certified Aide, Jackie Awe, Wrap Around Aide, Rhonda Bastian, Kids Klub Aide, Bonnie Newville, OIS Cook, Bailey Anderson, OES Certified Aide, Mariah Schlosser, OMS Certified Aide Hire(s): Lisa Thom, OMS Guidance Counselor A Pete Kammerud/Brian Meyer motion was made to approve the payment of bills from General Fund with Hand Payables 94568, ACH 201900023-201900035, computerized checks numbered 176526-176703 for a total of $759,949.93. Motion Carried. 

A Pete Kammerud/Craig Brunclik motion was made to approve 2019-2020 Parent Contract for Transportation to Non-Public Schools. Motion Carried. 

Guiding Principles presented by Mark Luebker. This is a document that we have used and updated annually for the past four years. A suggestion was made to add this to our staff handbook and on our district website. 

A Craig Brunclik/Brian Meyer motion was made to approve Official 2019 Summer School Pupil Count. Presented by Business Manager, Lynette Edwards. We had 97 Full Time Equivalents participate in June 2019. Motion Carried. Preview of 2019 Third Friday in September Pupil Count. Presented by Business Manager, Lynette Edwards. The final approval will be at the October 9, 209 Board meeting. 

A Craig Brunclik/Brian Meyer motion was made to deny OHS Dual Athletes. The Board expressed their concern on how these athletes would prioritize their time per sport. Motion Carried. 

Any other business before the Board: Mark Luebker suggested Board to attend the WASB Region 1 Regional Meeting & the Strategies to Retain & Compensate Teachers Workshop on October 16, 2019. 

The next scheduled committee meeting is Wednesday, October 9, 2019 at 4:30 p.m. in the Boardroom. The next scheduled regular Board Meeting is Wednesday, October 9, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. in the Boardroom. A Pete Kammerud/Brian Meyer motion was made to adjourn to Executive Session pursuant to WI Statute 19.85(1) (c) and (f) to consider the employment and compensation of any employee and for preliminary consideration of a specific matter which, if discussed in public, could have an adverse impact on the reputation of those involved. 

a. Individual Contracts 

Roll call taken: Pete Kammerud – yes; Craig Brunclik -yes; and Brooke Kulzer -yes; Brian Meyer - yes; Rosanne Anderson- absent. In addition, Superintendent Mark Luebker attended the meeting. A Brian Meyer/Craig Brunclik motion was made to adjourn Executive Session. Motion Carried. Brooke Kulzer announced no official action was taken. A Pete Kammerud/Brian Meyer motion was made to adjourn. Motion carried Adjourn 

Pete Kammerud, Clerk

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