Public Notices 11/29/2012 – Champlin/Dayton Press
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE
THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That Default has occurred in the conditions of the following described mortgage:
DATE OF MORTGAGE: 07/20/2007
ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF MORTGAGE: $176,000.00
MORTGAGOR(S): Michael R. Schaper and Joell M. Schaper, husband and wife
MORTGAGEE: Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as nominee for Provident Funding Associates, L.P.
DATE AND PLACE OF FILING: 07/31/2007 as Document Number 9016303 in the Office of the County Recorder, Hennepin County, Minnesota
ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE: Assigned to Provident Funding Associates, L.P.
DATE AND PLACE OF FILING: 10/18/2012 as Document Number A9857470 in the Office of the County Recorder, Hennepin County, Minnesota
TAX PARCEL I.D. NO.: 32-120-21-43-0089
LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Lot 9, Block 4, Brooklyn Heights, according to the plat thereof on file and on record in the Office of the County Recorder, in and for Hennepin County, Minnesota
STREET ADDRESS OF PROPERTY: 6901 110th Avenue North, Champlin, MN 55319
COUNTY IN WHICH PROPERTY IS LOCATED: Hennepin
LENDER OR BROKER AND MORTGAGE ORIGINATOR: Provident Funding Associates, L.P.
RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGE SERVICER: Provident Funding Associates, L.P.
TRANSACTION AGENT: Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc.
TRANSACTION AGENT’S MORTGAGE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER ON MORTGAGE: 1000179-9517070567-7
THE AMOUNT CLAIMED TO BE DUE ON THE MORTGAGE AS OF THE DATE OF THIS NOTICE: $179,582.37
THAT no action or proceeding has been instituted at law to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof; that there has been compliance with all pre-foreclosure notice and acceleration requirements of said mortgage, and/or applicable statutes.
Pursuant to the power of sale contained in said Mortgage, the Mortgage will be foreclosed, and the mortgaged premises will be sold by the Sheriff of Hennepin, Minnesota at public auction as follows:
DATE AND TIME OF SALE: 12/07/2012 at 10:00 A.M.
PLACE OF SALE: Hennepin Sheriff’s Office, 350 South Fifth Street Rm. 30, Minneapolis, MN 55415 to pay the debt then secured by said mortgage and taxes, if any actually paid by the mortgagee, on the premises and the costs and disbursements allowed by law.
The time allowed by law for redemption by said Mortgagor(s) or Mortgagor’s personal representatives or assigns is six (6) months from the date of sale.
TIME AND DATE TO VACATE PROPERTY:
Minnesota Statute 580.04(b) provides, “If the real estate is an owner-occupied, single-family dwelling, the notice must also specify the date on or before which the mortgage must vacate the property if the mortgage is no reinstated under section 580.30 or the property redeemed under section 580.23.” If the statute applies, the time to vacate the proprty is 11:59 p.m. on 06/07/2013, or the next business day if 06/07/2013 falls on a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday.
MORTGAGOR(S) RELEASED FROM FINANCIAL OBLIGATION ON MORTGAGE: None
THE TIME ALLOWED BY LAW FOR REDEMPTION BY THE MORTGAGOR, THE MORTGAGOR’S PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES OR ASSIGNS, MAY BE REDUCED TO FIVE WEEKS IF A JUDICIAL ORDER IS ENTERED UNDER MINNESOTA STATUTES, SECTION 582.032, DETERMINING, AMONG OTHER THINGS THAT MORTGAGED PREMISES ARE IMPROVED WITH A RESIDENTIAL DWELLING OF LESS THAN FIVE UNITS, ARE NOT PROPERTY USED IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION, AND ARE ABANDONED.
Provident Funding Associates, L.P., Mortgagee/Mortgage Assignee
Dunakey & Klatt, P.C., By Brian G. Sayer and Crystal W. Rink, Attorneys for Mortgagee/Mortgage Assignee
531 Commercial Street, P.O. Box 2363, Waterloo, IA 50701
THIS IS A COMMUNICATION FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE.
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(Nov. 29 & Dec. 6, 2012)
School District 11
MINUTES OF MEETING
SCHOOL BOARD OF INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 11
(Anoka-Hennepin School District)
STATE OF MINNESOTA
The School Board of Anoka-Hennepin Independent School District No. 11 held a regular meeting on Monday, October 22, 2012, at the Sandburg Education Center, Anoka, Minnesota.
Chair Heidemann called the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m.
The following members were present: Marci Anderson, Tom Heidemann, John Hoffman, Jeff Simon, and Mike Sullivan. Dr. Scott Wenzel was absent.
Chair Heidemann led the pledge of allegiance.
The School Board recognized the following group of students. Each of them was given medals in honor of their achievement. Georgia Larson, the International Baccalaureate (IB) coordinator at Champlin Park High School (CPHS), read the names of the 13 students who earned IB diplomas in 2012. To reach this status, students had to score 24 or more points on IB tests on six different topics. Students with 30 points earned the equivalent of their first year in college. (Six of the 13 CPHS students earned 30 or more points.) Larson spoke highly of the benefits of IB for both students and instructors and thanked the School Board members for their continued support of the program.
Mike Sullivan moved and John Hoffman seconded the motion to approve the following consent agenda items:
1. Minutes from the October 8, 2012, Board work session.
2. Personnel items as follows:
Current or Most Last Day
Name Recent Position Employed
Jacquelyn Bowatz ESC-Secretary 2/22/2013 Revised
Susan Jones NMS-Secretary 8/2/2013
Current or Most Last Day
Name Recent Position Employed
Pamela Tarasar Riverview ECC-Prog. Supervisor 12/31/2012
LEAVES OF ABSENCE
Current or Most Leave Leave
Name Recent Position Begins Ends
Tahera Asad BHS-Child Nutrition 9/12/2012 10/10/2012
Justin Bourgoine Ramsey-Teacher 10/12/2012 10/17/2012
Nicholas Braschayko CRMS- Paraeducator 10/3/2012 11/16/2012
Yei Browne CED-Adv Plus-A+ 8/27/2012 11/16/2012
Robert Cahow CRMS-Teacher 10/5/2012 10/5/2012
Jeffrey Darsie Andover-Custodian 9/27/2012 10/12/2012
Karen Diercks Pathways/CRFP-Para Paraeducator 9/21/2012 11/9/2012
Robert Ellis CPHS/Andover HS- Teacher 9/24/2012 9/28/2012
Diane Gallagher ESC-Special Ed- Teacher 9/28/2012 10/16/2012
Douglas Gerick BHS- Teacher 9/19/2012 10/5/2012
Ria Ghorbati Monroe- Paraeducator 10/22/2012 10/26/2012
Anthony Hallman CRHS-Custodian 8/24/2012 10/5/2012
Corinna Hawkins CED-Adv Plus-A+ 10/15/2012 11/5/2012
Darrel House CRHS- Paraeducator 9/27/2012 11/5/2012
Shannon Kinsella Ramsey/McKinley- Teacher 10/10/2012 12/14/2012
Beth McDaniel Evergreen Park- Paraeducator 10/1/2012 10/19/2012
Lori Meadows NMS- Paraeducator 9/5/2012 10/3/2012
Jonathan Plotz AHS- Teacher 10/5/2012 10/26/2012
Cynthia Ritter ESC- Teacher 10/9/2012 10/30/2012
Susan Robertson JMS- Teacher 10/8/2012 1/4/2013
Ann Roushar AMS- Paraeducator 10/8/2012 10/26/2012
Kari Schrepter Bridges- Paraeducator 10/8/2012 2/20/2013
Melissa Sloneker CBPA- Teacher 10/11/2012 1/9/2013
Eric Waldoch JMS- Teacher 10/4/2012 11/14/2012
Jeanne Walthour CED-ECFE Teacher 10/22/2012 12/14/2012
Peter Wojciechowski ESC-Warehouse 12/18/2012 3/25/2013
MODIFIED LEAVES OF ABSENCE
Current or Most Leave Leave
Name Recent Position Begins Ends
Cindy Dieltz Ramsey- Paraeducator 10/29/2012 12/7/2012
Jane Korpela S.T.E.P.-Job Coach-Lead 8/23/2012 10/8/2012
Lawrence Morgan Bridges- Paraeducator 10/22/2012 10/19/2012
John Spanjers Johnsville- Teacher 9/17/2012 12/21/2012
Cassandra Tweed Evergreen Park-Paraeducator 9/4/2012 11/30/2012
Current or Most Effective
Name Recent Position Date Lane/Step FTE Salary
Daniel Church Monroe-TeacherGrade 3 8/27/2012 Masters/4 1.0000 $48,659
Patricia Crepeau Dayton-Teacher-SA-Coach 8/27/2012 Masters+15/14 1.0000 $68,055
Ashley DeGreeff Wilson-Teacher-Grade 1 8/27/2012 Bachelors/5 1.0000 $42,867
Carolyn Dickson Andover-Teacher-
Grade 2 (LTS) 8/27/2012 Bachelors/5 0.3262 $13,983
Nicole Durham Eisenhower-Teacher-
Acad.Support 10/8/2012 Bachelors/1 0.4184 $15,577
Karen Ferraro Adams-Teacher-Grade 1 8/27/2012 Masters/14 1.0000 $66,033
Jamie Googins Mississippi-Teacher-
Acad. Support 9/10/2012 Bachelors/1 0.4790 $17,835
Lorna Hammer Evergreen Pk-Teacher-
Acad. Support 10/8/2012 Bachelors/1 0.5000 $18,616
Patrick Hayes Monroe-Teacher-Music 8/27/2012 Bachelors+45/1 0.8300 $32,953
Candace Johnson Hamilton-Teacher-
Acad. Support 8/27/2012 Bachelors+45/3 0.5000 $21,690
Marlissa Johnson Johnsville-Teacher-
Gr K-KIP 10/17/2012 Bachelors/1 0.2246 $8,362
Kathianne Keebler Rum River-Teacher-
Acad. Support 9/14/2012 Masters/10 0.4701 $27,136
Rachel Kolar Madison-Teacher-
Acad. Support 9/10/2012 Bachelors/1 0.4752 $17,692
Sarah Larson Mc Kinley-Teacher-Grade K 8/27/2012 Bachelors+30/1 0.5000 $19,416
Sara Lessard Mc Kinley-Teacher-Art 10/4/2012 Bachelors/1 0.8556 $31,855
Carolyn Lindstrom Ramsey-Teacher-Grade K 9/11/2012 Bachelors+60/23 0.4733 $30,812
Karen Lysne Madison-Teacher-Gr K-KIP 10/17/2012 Bachelors/7 0.2246 $9,873
Kelli Mooney Hamilton-Teacher-
Acad. Support 8/27/2012 Bachelors/4 0.5000 $20,794
Angela Olsen Evergrn Park-Teacher-
Acad. Support 10/8/2012 Bachelors/1 0.4184 $15,577
Lisa Parrish Univ. Ave.-Teacher-Grade 1 8/27/2012 Bachelors/13 1.0000 $54,807
Deborah Peterson Eisenhower-Teacher-
Phy Ed 9/24/2012 Bachelors/2 0.0463 $1,773
Johanna Santiago Adams-Teacher-
Acad.Support 8/27/2012 Bachelors/1 0.5000 $18,616
Jennifer Smith Johnsville-Teacher-
Inquiry Specialist 8/27/2012 Bachelors/8 0.7400 $33,614
Megan Smith Monroe-Teacher-Grade 2 8/27/2012 Masters/7 1.0000 $53,260
George Vasil Mc Kinley-Teacher-SA-
Stud. Suppt 8/27/2012 Masters/7 1.0000 $53,260
Caitlin Wilkey Sand Creek-Teacher-
Grade 1 8/27/2012 Bachelors+15/1 1.0000 $38,076
Kimberly Windsperger Hamilton-Teacher-
Academic Support 9/5/2012 Bachelors/2 0.4850 $18,563
MaryAnn Adams JMS-Teacher-
Counselor (LTS) 9/5/2012 Masters+60/23 0.1872 $14,965
Natasha Brown-Guhin AHS-Teacher-English 8/27/2012 Masters+45/5 1.0000 $46,661
Lynsie Dailey CRMS-Teacher-Math 8/27/2012 Bachelors/1 1.0000 $37,231
John French S.T.E.P.-Teacher-Career-
Technical 8/27/2012 Bachelors/15 1.0000 $54,807
Shaun Halland Andover HS-Teacher-Music 8/27/2012 Masters/9 0.2500 $13,877
Nicole Henning-Hobot S.T.E.P.-Teacher-
Health Careers 8/27/2012 Bachelors/13 1.0000 $54,807
Nathan Hoekstra CRHS-Teacher-Science 8/27/2012 Bachelors+45/1 0.3300 $13,102
Sandra Howe NMS-Teacher-Math 8/27/2012 Bachelors+45/1 1.0000 $39,702
Lydia Kiminski JMS-Teacher-English (LTS) 8/27/2012 Bachelors/1 0.1979 $7,367
Mark Peterson RMS-Teacher-Math (LTS) 8/27/2012 Bachelors+45/5 0.2460 $11,478
Simone Simon CRMS-Teacher-Reading 8/27/2012 Bachelors+45/1 0.5904 $23,439
John Tobako NMS-Teacher-
Industrial Tech (LTS) 10/2/2012 Bachelors+45/11 0.1979 $11,055
Sandra Beardsley Bridges-Teacher-E/BD 9/10/2012 Masters+15/3 0.4759 $22,590
Rachel Buhr Dayton-Teacher-ESL 9/6/2012 Masters/5 0.9626 $49,035
Debora Friedrich Sorteberg ECC-Teacher-
ECSE 8/27/2012 Masters+30/3 1.0000 $48,800
Leslie Geist Evergreen Park-Teacher-
SLD 8/27/2012 Masters+45/2 1.0000 $47,155
Greg Manthey Ramsey-Teacher-
MSH(TMH) 8/27/2012 Bachelors+45/1 1.0000 $39,702
Barbara Neitz Mississippi-Teacher-SLD 8/27/2012 Bachelors+45/1 1.0000 $39,702
Jill Nelson Sorteberg ECC-Teacher-
Speech Clinician 9/4/2012 Masters/13 0.9733 $64,267
Naeher-Olson ESC-Sped-Teacher-Nurse 8/27/2012 Bachelors/14 1.0000 $54,807
Lucas Reidenbach Sandberg-Teacher-
Psychologist 8/27/2012 Masters+30/1 1.0000 $44,045
Sarah Schwartz Lincoln-Teacher-
Social Worker 8/27/2012 Masters/1 1.0000 $42,142
Michele Willert ESC-Teacher-Psychologist 9/17/2012 Masters+30/8 0.9091 $53,834
A detailed list of the Extra Service Agreements, Curriculum Writing and Behind the Wheel is posted and available through the Anoka-Hennepin ISD 11 District website, www.anoka.k12.mn.us, and at the district office located at 2727 N Ferry Street, Anoka, MN 55303. If you would like a printed copy of this portion of the minutes, please send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to the attention of Sue Seul at the above address.
3. The cash disbursements report:
Fund No. Description Amount
01 General $14,859,288.79
02 Food Service $941,358.65
04 Community Service $630,101.25
06 Building Construction $93,034.85
07 Bond & Interest K-12 $0.00
08 Trust and Agency $0.00
20 Health-Self Insurance $3,513,783.08
21 Dental-Self Insurance $331,429.58
22 Work. Comp.-Self Ins. $51,710.44
47 OPEB Debt Service $0.00
TOTAL DISTRICT $20,420,706.64
4. The cash balance report:
FOOD COM BUILDING DEBT EMP BENE
GENERAL SERVICE SERVICE CONSTR SERVICE TRUST HEALTH
01-101 02-101 04-101 06-101 07-101 08-101 20-101
07/01/12 20,167,130 8,191,566 3,911,561 677,759 13,190,123 89,502 20,842,762
07/31/12 20,657,842 8,016,066 3,471,617 411,501 12,781,265 89,502 16,652,511
08/31/12 65,262,227 7,333,347 4,653,820 (88,782) 13,201,361 89,502 11,017,010
09/30/12 96,286,704 7,519,741 4,581,548 (361,573) 13,200,720 89,502 13,413,128
OPEB FY12 Total
EMP BENE EMP BENE DEBT All Balances
DENTAL WK COMP SERV. TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL ALL (1 yr ago
21-101 22-101 47-101 CASH INVEST BALANCES comp)
07/01/12 1,218,886 3,417,897 1,228,008 72,935,192 42,759,027 115,694,219 124,543,754
07/31/12 771,777 3,330,686 836,711 67,019,479 42,759,027 109,778,506 142,792,475
08/31/12 423,067 4,391,082 879,839 107,162,473 77,680,478 184,842,951 135,348,338
09/30/12 538,168 2,386,214 879,839 138,533,991 34,921,450 173,455,442 157,691,882
The donations received for the month of October are $86,125.74. A detailed list of the donations and scholarship funds received is posted and available through the Anoka-Hennepin ISD 11 District website, www.anoka.k12.mn.us, and at the district office located at 2727 N Ferry Street, Anoka, MN 55303. If you would like a printed copy of this portion of the minutes, please send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to the attention of Sue Seul at the above address.
5. The immunization exclusions–names and specifics are not included because of data privacy.
COMMUNICATIONS DELEGATIONS OR PETITIONS
Sue DelCastillo of Andover, Paula Mohr of Anoka, Brad Olson of Coon Rapids, and Paige D’Heilly, a student at Coon Rapids High School, asked the School Board to rescind policy 510.10, “Seventh and Eighth Grade Student Participation in High School Athletics.” The Coon Rapids High School girls’ cross-country team attended the meeting to support the speakers.
Barb Anderson, Champlin, shared her concerns about “Mix It Up at Lunch Day” set for Oct. 30. Sponsored by Teaching Tolerance, a project of the Southern Poverty Law Center that was involved in a lawsuit against the Anoka-Hennepin School District, the event encourages students to “identify, question and cross social boundaries.” Anderson suggested that rather than taking part in the national Oct. 30 event, Anoka-Hennepin schools hold a separate event in November called “Meet a New Friend Day.”
Melissa Thompson, Coon Rapids, told the School Board she is concerned that actions taken advance the religious rights of some over the civil rights of others and she asked the School Board to remove Bryan Lindquist from the Anti-Bullying Task Force.
Stephanie Schroeder asked each Board member to please remember all families they are representing, even the silent families that do not speak up or call press conferences.
School Board Vice Chair John Hoffman spoke out against Bryan Lindquist being named to the Anti-Bullying Task Force because of public statements Lindquist had made about gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, and transgender (GLBT) individuals. He also asked about the process of appointing members to this community task force. School Board Chair Tom Heidemann stated he would explain the process after the Superintendent’s Report.
Superintendent Carlson gave a report to the board and reviewed the board calendar. The Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment Committee (CIAC) is scheduled for 6:00 p.m. on Oct 24 and will start addressing the math issue at all levels, the Anoka Halloween Parades will be on Oct 26 & 27. Nov 1, Michelle Vargas will be recognized as a top woman of the year in finance and on Nov. 13 she will be attending a luncheon appointing the CFO of the year. Nov. 13 is a School Board Work Session; data compiled will be presented on the playing up policy. Superintendent Carlson attended the Northern Stars fund raiser and thanked everyone involved. He also attended a workshop on Finland Education and will report back to the Board.
Chair Tom Heidemann moved back to John Hoffman’s request to explain the selection process for the Anti-Bullying Task Force. Chair Heidemann referred to letters he sent to School Board members Oct. 1 and Oct. 10 outlining the selection process. He noted the consent decree specifically outlined representation on the task force, with a broad cross section of community members that is mindful of protected classes, gender balance and religious beliefs. Heidemann said he looks forward to the task force’s recommendations. School Board member Mike Sullivan said he had full confidence in the task force members selected by Heidemann. He stated we need to listen to all voices.
Paul Cady, General Counsel, presented revisions to the Equal Educational Opportunity Policy, the Harassment, Violence and Discrimination Policy and the Bullying Prohibition Policy as discussed at the previous board meeting. Most of the changes are more semantic rather than substantive, such as changing school to district, and victim or complainant to target, according to Paul Cady, district general counsel. The primary change in the Equal Educational Opportunity Policy clarifies that the policy applies before and after school on school property, school buses, and school functions at other locations. It also applies to off-campus conduct that causes disruption at school. All three policies address off-campus conduct. The Harassment, Violence and Discrimination Policy was revised to specify that if a complaint involves a school board member, the complaint should be filed directly with the board chair. There is also clarifying language on reporting a complaint and timelines for notification of parents. The biggest change in the Bullying Prohibition Policy is in the definition of bullying. The definition included in the policy was revised to be more in line with the federal definition and that used by a number of school districts. Over the last few months the district received input on these policies from the Great Lakes Equity Center and the Office of Civil Rights of the federal Department of Justice (DOJ) as required by a consent decree that settled a lawsuit on bullying and harassment. The input of the equity center and the DOJ, as well as that of board members, is reflected in the revised policies. Copies of the full policies are available on the district website at www.anoka.k12.mn.us. Mike Sullivan moved to approve the revisions to the Equal Educational Opportunity Policy, John Hoffman seconded. Motion carried.
John Hoffman moved to approve the Harassment, Violence and Discrimination Policy, Marci Anderson seconded. Motion carried.
Marci Anderson moved to approve the Bullying Prohibition Policy, Mike Sullivan seconded. Motion carried.
Cindy Reichert, Anoka County elections manager, spoke to the School Board about a joint powers agreement to purchase and maintain voting equipment and conduct elections. In 2010, Anoka County election staff organized the “ACE Work Group” comprised of city and school district election administrators. The group formed a systematic examination of the processes, responsibilities and obligations of each party in Anoka County’s election system. This includes administrative and technical process and how to administer elections in the most cost-effective way. Because Anoka County needs to update its voting equipment system, the work group also developed a cost-sharing proposal for an equipment purchase that goes beyond the initial capital purchase and provides on-going support to ensure the future integrity of the system. Following the work group’s proposal, the Anoka County Voting Equipment Task Force was formed. It reviewed, discussed and adjusted the work group plan; the task force is now ready to propose the plan’s adoption. The task force recommends an agreement between election jurisdictions, including the Anoka-Hennepin School District that establishes Anoka County as sole owner of the voting equipment and calls for an annual fee to be paid to the county by cities and school districts to supplement the cost. Steve Kerr, director of Community Education, said Anoka-Hennepin’s cost should be about $20,000 a year for the life of the contract. The agreement will also include provisions to address other election duties and responsibilities. Kerr said there will be a separate agreement with Anoka County for Reichert to continue to serve as Anoka-Hennepin’s clerk for election services. Superintendent Dennis Carlson said he is thankful for her role and expertise. Reichert hopes to have the joint power agreement from the county attorney by the end of the month, Anoka County Board approval by Nov. 27 and approval by all parties to the agreement by the end of the year.
The School Board approved a resolution to allow the district to receive grants and funds from the Minnesota High School League Foundation. The money will be used to promote and fund participation by high school students in extracurricular athletic and fine art programs.
RESOLUTION OF SCHOOL BOARD SUPPORTING DISTRICT APPLICATION TO MINNESOTA STATE HIGH SCHOOL LEAGUE FOUNDATION
Andover High School
Anoka High School
Blaine High School
Champlin Park High School
Coon Rapids High School
WHEREAS, the Minnesota State High School League Foundation was formed to provide support for Minnesota’s high school youth to participate in athletics and fine arts;
WHEREAS, the District 11 School Board recognizes the value of students participation in extracurricular activities; and
WHEREAS, the MSHSL Foundation is offering grants and funding to assist school districts in recognizing, promoting and funding extracurricular participation by high school students in athletic and fine arts programs.
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Anoka-Hennepin School Board supports the District’s application to the Minnesota State High School League Foundation for a Form A Grant to supplement the funding for extracurricular activities.
Member Mike Sullivan motioned for the adoption of the foregoing resolution and it was duly seconded by Member Jeff Simon, and upon vote being taken thereon, the following voted in favor thereof: Marci Anderson, Tom Heidemann, John Hoffman, Jeff Simon and Mike Sullivan.
and the following voted against the same: None
Whereupon said resolution was declared duly passed and adopted.
The School Board approved a resolution stating it intends to move forward with implementation of the Quality Performance Plan, known as Q Comp, for the 2013-14 school year. The plan was developed cooperatively by the district and teachers and submitted to the state, which granted approval. It was also approved by a vote of the teachers’ union, Anoka-Hennepin Education Minnesota. Designed to ensure students get the best possible education, Anoka-Hennepin’s Q Comp plan provides for systematic teacher evaluation that connects teacher compensation to student performance. The plan provides financial incentives for teachers to improve their skills, establishes greater accountability through consistent evaluations, fosters teachers’ use of research-based best practices through job-embedded professional development, rewards teachers for meeting achievement goals and reinforces student achievement.
ALTERNATIVE TEACHER PAY (Q COMP)
BE IT RESOLVED by the School Board of Independent School District No. 11 that pursuant to Minn. Stat. §122A.414, that Anoka-Hennepin School District No. 11 plans to proceed forward with its approved Q Comp program and plan for implementation in the 2013-2014 school year.
Member John Hoffman introduced and moved the adoption for the foregoing resolution and was duly seconded by Member Mike Sullivan,
and upon vote being taken thereon, the following voted in favor thereof: Marci Anderson, Tom Heidemann, John Hoffman, Jeff Simon and Mike Sullivan.
And the following voted against the same: None
Whereupon said resolution was declared duly passed and adopted.
The School Board heard an overview of the Oct. 1 enrollment report, which showed a decline of 412 students in regular kindergarten through grade 12 from Oct. 1, 2011. Enrollment for regular K-12, alternative day and special education students is 37,625. Enrollment for early childhood special education students is 758, bringing Anoka-Hennepin’s enrollment to 38,383. Having seen ups and downs with kindergarten enrollment since 2001, there was a slight uptick this year with 33 more kindergarten students this fall than 2011. Anoka-Hennepin’s enrollment for its elementary schools is 16,181 – 55 more students than had been projected. Anoka-Hennepin’s largest elementary school is Andover Elementary School with 1,332. The middle school enrollment is 8,634, with Jackson Middle School having the most students at 1,893. High school enrollment is at 11,943; Blaine High School is Anoka-Hennepin’s largest high school at 2,895. The total secondary enrollment is 20,577; 36 students less than projected. School Board Chairman Tom Heidemann asked about the decline in high school enrollment. Klund-Schubert said more than half of the loss came from students in ninth grade. While the Post Secondary Education Options (PSEO) program can account for losses in eleventh and twelfth grade, it does not explain younger students leaving the school district. It was noted that new charter schools have opened in the area and might help explain the decrease in enrollment. The enrollment for Anoka-Hennepin special education sites is 1,137. This includes programs at Compass at Bell Center, Crossroads High School and New Connections. The percent of students of color increased slightly to 22.22 percent; 10 years ago the number was 12.79 percent. The number of students receiving free or reduced lunch prices, a federal indicator of poverty, also increased. More than one-third, 34.06 percent, of Anoka-Hennepin students now live in poverty. This has increased significantly in the last 10 years when the number was 18.67 percent. Superintendent Dennis Carlson said he appreciates the work of Klund-Schubert and data coordinator, Mary James. The enrollment figures are critical because they drive the district’s budget. “We cannot be wrong on these kinds of numbers,” Carlson said to Klund-Schubert and James. “If the numbers are off, we’ll be off millions of dollars and we cannot afford that. I keep asking Mary how we are doing on our kindergarten number, because that’s the number that’s going to drive us for the next 12 years. “It’s remarkable the numbers you get for the district. I credit you and the program you use.” The complete enrollment report is available on the district website at www.anoka.k12.mn.us.
Chuck Holden, chief operations officer, and members of the Health, Wellness and Safety Committee presented their regular review of the Student Wellness Policy. The process included administering a survey to parents, students and staff members to better understand their knowledge and understanding of the policy. Results were fairly positive: 74% of adult respondents were aware or familiar with the district’s Student Wellness Policy and 42% of staff respondents said their students have opportunities during class for physical activity or movement. However, there were a few areas of concern; 48% of staff respondents said students occasionally or frequently miss recess/physical education due to misbehavior and over 50% of staff respondents thought class celebration practices do not promote healthy living. The Statewide Health Improvement Program (SHIP) will soon bring state dollars into Anoka-Hennepin schools to promote physical activity and nutrition. Lillian Abelson, Hennepin County senior health promotion specialist, reiterated the importance of physical activity showing scanned images of student brains taking the same test. The first scan showed the brain activity of students who had sat quietly and the other after a 20-minute walk. The scan depicting the brain after a walk showed far greater brain activity. Carla Pederson, education/SHIP coordinator from Anoka County Community Health and Environmental Services, also linked society’s over-consumption of sugar to poor memory formation, learning disorders and depression. Key messages from the committee’s newly developed communication plan were shared. The plan’s overall goal is to increase awareness of the district’s wellness policy and its efforts in promoting lifelong health for students. This may be done through a variety of tactics including news releases, videos and postcards. The committee shared a form that was recently created to help classrooms order healthy snacks from the district’s nutrition services. Abelson noted that Anoka-Hennepin was one of only three school districts in the state to be offering such a service. The School Board will vote on the group’s policy revisions at a future date. The information packet highlighting policy edits and the committee’s slideshow presentation can be found in the Oct. 22 agenda.
Jeff Simon mentioned he toured the COMPASS program at Bell Center in Coon Rapids and stated it is a wonderful program to help students with needs to get on a pathway to success.
Chair Tom Heidemann recessed the meeting at 8:27 p.m. The meeting reconvened in closed session at 8:40 p.m. to discuss matters requiring data privacy.
Mike Sullivan moved and Marci Anderson seconded the motion to expel student number one for one year, the student being allowed to return under probation on March 18, 2013, pending successful completion of a chemical dependency program. Marci Anderson called the roll. The following voted in favor of the motion: Tom Heidemann, Marci Anderson, Mike Sullivan, John Hoffman, and Jeff Simon. There being five votes for and no votes against the motion, the motion passed.
John Hoffman moved and Jeff Simon seconded the motion to expel student number two for one year, the student being allowed to return under probation on December 4, 2012, pending completion of a chemical dependency evaluation. Marci Anderson called the roll. The following voted in favor of the motion: Tom Heidemann, Marci Anderson, Mike Sullivan, John Hoffman, and Jeff Simon. There being five votes for and no votes against the motion, the motion passed.
Marci Anderson moved and Jeff Simon seconded the motion to expel student number three for one year, the student being allowed to return under probation on September 3, 2013. Marci Anderson called the roll. The following voted in favor of the motion: Tom Heidemann, Marci Anderson, Mike Sullivan, John Hoffman, and Jeff Simon. There being five votes for and no votes against the motion, the motion passed.
John Hoffman moved and Mike Sullivan seconded the motion to expel student number four for one year, the student being allowed to return under probation to a campus other than the one involving a victim, on September 3, 2013. Marci Anderson called the roll. The following voted in favor of the motion: Tom Heidemann, Marci Anderson, Mike Sullivan, John Hoffman, and Jeff Simon. There being five votes for and no votes against the motion, the motion passed.
Mike Sullivan moved and Marci Anderson seconded the motion to expel student number five for one year, the student being allowed to return on October 4, 2013. Marci Anderson called the roll. The following voted in favor of the motion: Tom Heidemann, Marci Anderson, Mike Sullivan, John Hoffman, and Jeff Simon. There being five votes for and no votes against the motion, the motion passed.
The meeting reconvened in open session at 9:35 p.m. Marci Anderson moved and Jeff Simon seconded the motion to adjourn the meeting. Motion passed.
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