Public Notices 05/23/2013 – Champlin/Dayton Press

City of Dayton
(Official Publication)
Public Notice
CITY OF DAYTON, MN
Notice is hereby given that on Thursday, June 6th, 2013 at 7:00 p.m., or soon hereafter, the Dayton Planning Commission will hold a meeting in the Dayton City Council chambers located at 12260 S. Diamond Lake Rd., Dayton, MN 55327. The following matter will be discussed:
1. Request for variance from the Zoning Code to allow for an administrative subdivision to occur that will create a lot located at 13201 Jonquil Ln N without the required 200 feet of road frontage.
All interested parties are encouraged to attend. All written and verbal testimony will be taken at this meeting and signed letters will be accepted prior to the meeting. Copies of the planning report can be obtained by contacting the Dayton Planning and Zoning Department at 763-427-4589.
Please feel free to contact Matthew Gindele, Associate City Planner at planning@cityofdaytonmn.com or 763-421-3487.
Respectfully Submitted,
Matthew Gindele, City of Dayton
(May 23, 2013)
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City of Dayton
(Official Publication)
Public Notice
CITY OF DAYTON, MN
Notice is hereby given that on Thursday, June 6th, 2013 at 7:00 p.m., or soon hereafter, the Dayton Planning Commission will hold a meeting in the Dayton City Council chambers located at 12260 S. Diamond Lake Rd., Dayton, MN 55327. The following matter will be discussed:
1. Request for variance to allow an accessory structure to be located in the front yard of 12000 Stoneridge Road.
All interested parties are encouraged to attend. All written and verbal testimony will be taken at this meeting and signed letters will be accepted prior to the meeting. Copies of the planning report can be obtained by contacting the Dayton Planning and Zoning Department at 763-427-4589.
Please feel free to contact Matthew Gindele, Associate City Planner at planning@cityofdaytonmn.com or 763-421-3487.
Respectfully Submitted,
Matthew Gindele, City of Dayton
(May 23, 2013)
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School District 11
(Official Publication)
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, April 22, 2013, at the Sandburg Education Center, Anoka, Minnesota.
Chair Heidemann called the meeting to order at 6:29 p.m.
The following members were present: Marci Anderson, Bill Harvey, Tom Heidemann, Jeff Simon, Mike Sullivan and Dr. Scott Wenzel.
Chair Heidemann led the pledge of allegiance.
CONSENT AGENDA
Mike Sullivan moved and Jeff Simon seconded the motion to approve the following consent agenda items:
1. Minutes from the April 8, 2013, Board Work Session.
2. Personnel items as follows:
RETIREMENTS
Current or Most Last Day
Name Recent Position Employed
Maryjane Buzay Wilson- Secretary 6/14/2013
Susan Donovan Lincoln-Principal Elementary School 6/28/2013
James Gerhardt Johnsville-Building Supervisor 8/6/2013
Jeanne Gluesing Anthony Louis House- Teacher 4/4/2013
Barbara Gwynn Eisenhower-Secretary Principals 6/14/2013
Dean Knutson Adams-Custodian 6/7/2013
Gwendolyn Law AHS-Secretary 8/30/2013
Joseph Pogones CBPA-Building Supervisor 8/30/2013
RESIGNATIONS, TERMINATIONS
Current or Most Last Day
Name Recent Position Employed
Julie Martin Wilson- Teacher 4/12/2013
Matthew Menier AHS-Assistant Principal 6/28/2013
Heidi Monroe Oxbow Creek- Teacher 4/5/2013 Per Resignation Agreement
LEAVES OF ABSENCE
Current or Most Leave Leave
Name Recent Position Begins Ends
John Bayer BHS-Science 4/9/2013 4/11/2013
Laura Boche Bridges-Teacher 4/16/2013 5/28/2013
Matthew Boche Bridges-Paraeducator 4/16/2013 4/22/2013
Mark Bormes Compass-Custodian 4/2/2013 10/2/2013
Theresa Bushinger Evergreen Park- Paraeducator 4/1/2013 4/19/2013
Debra Duffy Andover-Child Nutrition 4/3/2013 6/6/2013
Vionne Ellingson University Avenue- Paraeducator 4/2/2013 4/26/2013
Jenna Emerson CED-Adv Plus-A+ 4/3/2013 5/14/2013
Ann Ertl ESC-Teacher 4/3/2013 6/7/2013
Catherine Eschenbauch ESC-Parent Involvement 3/19/2013 4/29/2013
Amanda Eskelson Hoover-Custodian 3/26/2013 4/26/2013
Kelly Foltmer ESC-ABE Teacher 4/22/2013 5/10/2013
Jennifer Grant Ramsey-Child Nutrition 4/8/2013 5/3/2013
Heather Haney CRHS-Teacher 3/27/2013 4/19/2013
Rebecca Haubrich Paraeducator 4/3/2013 5/8/2013
Ann Herlofsky Rum River-Assistant Principal 4/15/2013 4/22/2013
Brenda Hernandez Riverview ECC-Secretary 4/15/2013 5/24/2013
Jacqulyn Jeffrey Ramsey- Paraeducator 3/6/2013 4/12/2013
Kim Jones S.T.E.P.- Paraeducator 4/22/2013 6/6/2013
Alison Konkol Crossroads- Teacher 4/1/2013 4/17/2013
Jennifer Krebsbach Madison- Teacher 4/11/2013 6/7/2013
Daniel Kukielka University Avenue- Teacher 4/8/2013 4/15/2013
Sarah Lindbo Evergreen Park-Inquiry Specialist 4/8/2013 6/7/2013
Vikki Linder CPHS- Teacher 3/4/2013 5/8/2013
Jennifer Podany Johnsville- Teacher 4/10/2013 5/3/2013
Georgine Pogones Morris Bye- Paraeducator 3/18/2013 4/5/2013
Janmarie Shockency S.T.E.P.-Job Coach 4/1/2013 5/16/2013
Melissa Strommen University Avenue- Teacher 4/15/2013 5/24/2013
Melissa Sturdevant Riverview ECC- Teacher 4/1/2013 6/7/2013
Heidi Tolman Transition Plus- Paraeducator 4/3/2013 6/6/2013
MODIFIED LEAVES OF ABSENCE
Current or Most Leave Leave
Name Recent Position Begins Ends
JoEllen Ambrose CPHS- Teacher 10/15/2012 8/23/2013
Carol Beckerleg OVMS- Teacher 3/18/2013 4/21/2013
Judy Blomgren CPHS- Teacher 2/27/2013 4/19/2013
Cindy Dieltz Ramsey- Paraeducator 10/29/2012 4/9/2013
Susan Donovan Lincoln-Principal Elem. Sch 1/2/2013 6/28/2013
Tonisa Hanzal CED-Adv Plus 3/28/2013 4/5/2013
Yesica Mancio Paraeducator 1/18/2013 4/30/2013
Kari Meyer Monroe- Teacher 9/24/2012 4/5/2013
Anitrina Smith Evergreen Park-Teacher 3/18/2013 4/30/2013
Kathleen Wallace CPHS-Child Nutrition 11/26/2012 8/1/2013
APPOINTMENTS
Current or Most Effective
Name Recent Position Date Lane/Step FTE Salary
Elementary
Michelle Davis Univ Ave.-Teacher-Gr 4 (LTS) 3/7/2013 Bachelors+45/1 0.3262 $12,951
Lisa Hanson Oxbow Crk-Teacher-Gr K (LTS) 2/25/2013 Bachelors+45/3 0.1337 $5,799
Secondary
Mary Adams JMS-Tcher-Counselor (LTS) 3/4/2013 Masters+60/23 0.1818 $14,537
Nathan Hoekstra CRHS-Teacher-Science (LTS) 3/18/2013 Bachelors+45/1 0.2366 $9,395
Daniel Morrison AndHS-Teacher-Health Careers 8/27/2012 Masters+60/1 0.3369 $15,506
Special Education
Kelly Crouse AMS-Teacher-EBD (LTS) 3/25/2013 Bachelors/1 0.2888 $10,751
Amanda Salber ESC-Teacher-SLD (LTS) 3/18/2013 Bachelors/4 0.1150 $4,781
Stephanie Stephen Rum River-Teacher-MSH
(TMH) (LTS) 3/18/2013 Bachelors+30/4 0.3155 $13,121
Administrative
Current or Most Effective
Name Recent Position Date Days Salary
Deborah McLagan ESC-Elem Tech Data Coord 4/1/2013 65 $1,769 Bi Weekly
Based on an annual salary of $46,000 for 260 days
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 $15,574,747.93
02 Food Service $812,288.09
04 Community Service $677,916.02
06 Building Construction $41,214.15
07 Bond & Interest K-12 $1,600.00
08 Trust and Agency $0.00
20 Health-Self Insurance $4,315,910.39
21 Dental-Self Insurance $332,792.34
22 Work. Comp.-Self Insurance $118,130.59
47 OPEB Debt Service $200.00
TOTAL DISTRICT $21,874,799.51
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
10/31/12 116,317,419 7,758,845 5,222,090 (511,084) 17,504,521 89,502 11,849,745
11/30/12 88,024,552 6,565,590 4,784,555 3,106,499 21,873,878 89,502 13,693,180
12/31/12 88,206,602 6,756,264 4,490,043 3,004,897 23,023,797 89,502 13,642,165
01/31/13 87,094,907 7,168,516 5,483,007 2,308,215 4,297,870 89,502 14,976,496
02/28/13 86,255,252 6,305,916 5,004,972 2,261,126 4,297,870 89,502 15,603,626
03/31/13 100,607,787 6,452,481 5,609,570 2,235,121 4,297,223 89,502 16,019,088
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
10/31/12 557,046 3,324,870 1,318,043 163,430,999 34,921,450 198,352,450 185,234,713
11/30/12 880,781 3,358,539 1,753,125 144,130,201 34,921,450 179,051,651 203,175,648
12/31/12 1,009,578 3,396,310 1,867,990 145,487,148 46,081,450 191,568,598 175,287,232
01/31/13 975,060 3,363,196 374,446 126,131,214 46,081,450 172,212,665 123,709,628
02/28/13 1,016,265 3,371,099 374,446 124,580,076 46,081,450 170,661,526 124,884,740
03/31/13 1,123,543 3,312,827 374,445 140,121,590 46,081,450 186,203,040 138,963,354
The donations received for the month of April are $67,755.25 and the scholarship funds received totaled $45,094.00. 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. Awarded the contract for the Bridges kitchen reconstruction to Rak Construction, Inc.
6. Awarded the contract for the Coon Rapids High School biomedical laboratory to Boland Construction, LLC.
7. Approved the School Bus Contract Extension for 2013-2014.
8. The immunization exclusions–names and specifics are not included because of data privacy.
Motion passed.
No one came to the Board to present for Communications, Delegations & Petitions.
Superintendent Carlson gave a report to the board and reviewed the board calendar. The Superintendents Report is very extensive. Dates to Remember are: Above and Beyond Awards 4-24-13, CIAC 5-1-13, Meet and Confer 5-5-13. There is a number of responses to open forum testimony, a summary with attachments on the parents meeting on threats and rumors of threats, a draft proposal to extend the Assistant Principals Athletic Directors to 12 months, the Game Plan Booster for Clubs, a follow up of an email Board members had received, an employee training proposal for anti-bullying and anti-harassment and a number of community and school events. Chair Heidemann stated with his years of experience on 501C3 he would meet with Linda Rodgers with additional information for the Game Plan for Booster Clubs.
Kim Pavlovich, Q Comp administrator, and Todd Mensink, Q Comp teacher coordinator, presented a status update on the Quality Compensation Program, better known as Q Comp, which is a collaborative effort of the district and its teachers that provides for teacher evaluation and staff development with the goal of improving teacher skills and student achievement. The program provides incentives for teachers to improve their skills, a structure for professional development that is embedded into their daily work, and more opportunities for teacher leadership. Pavlovich said they have made great progress in preparing to implement the program since last October when the last update to board was presented. Once Mensink began his position in December, he and Pavlovich selected 30 teachers to serve as peer evaluators for the next three years through a rigorous selection process. Eight interview teams, each with five teachers and five administrators, interviewed 85 applicants. They used uniform sets of interview questions that had been developed by the 10-member Q Comp Steering Committee, which consists of five teachers, including AHEM President Julie Blaha, and five administrators. Pavlovich said the peer evaluators are the greatest asset of the program. They were chosen because they are well-respected teachers, good listeners and have the ability to generate reflective thinking. They represent a wide range of teaching areas, many have multiple licensures and they have talent, commitment and passion. The peer evaluators attended an orientation session February 19 but most of their training will occur in August when they will learn how to conduct observations and conference with their peers, how to engage teachers in reflective thinking, and how to officially introduce Q Comp to all district teachers. Pavlovich and Mensink are now working on infrastructure for implementing the program, which includes developing detailed procedures and forms and developing a data management system. Mensink said the goal is to develop a totally paperless, web-based process. They are now involving teachers in writing “look fors,” which is observable evidence of best instructional practices for each instructional area. These will help guide peer evaluators as they observe teachers. They also aligning Q Comp Site with the district’s SMART goal progress and integrating requirements of the new state teacher evaluation process into Q Comp. Pavlovich emphasized that communication with teachers and administrators is critical to positive implementation of the process. She and Mensink are visiting schools and program sites to share information about the program and answer questions. Mensink developed a Q Comp information website that has already received nearly 9,500 visits. Mensink ended the presentation by emphasizing that Q Comp is designed to ensure students get the best possible education, embraces collaboration between teachers and the district, establishes greater accountability through consistent teacher evaluations and fosters teachers’ use of research-based best practices through on-the-job professional development. Board Chair Tom Heidemann thanked them for the hard work of all and said it was a good example of how teachers, administrators and board can come together with the vision of providing the best instruction in the classroom and supporting it with a pay-for-performance program.
Dr. Jinger Gustafson, associate superintendent for middle schools, and Dr. Nita Kumar, mental health consultant, gave an update on the district’s student and family mental health support. Dr. Gustafson shared that such support centers around two Student Services’ department goals: first, to ensure safe schools and positive school climate in which all students can learn; and second, to ensure integrated learning environments in which students and families have equitable access to participate in and utilize district resources and services.
The mental health support team, which Dr. Gustafson and Dr. Kumar are working with, is going through a five-stage process to improve the program. They are currently working on stage one, assessing the program effectiveness, and stage two, identifying areas of improvement. Nine recommendations have been created as a result of the team’s research. They include:
• With parent consent, refer the bullying victim, the bully and bully-victims (those who have been bullied and also bully others) to on-site mental health screening.
• Maximize opportunities for early identification of at-risk students.
• Increase students’ ability to cope with adversity.
• With parent consent, offer co-located school-based mental health services and/or engage community mental health agencies in co-creating mental health service provisions.
• Utilize the mental health consultant to provide leadership for mental health programming.
• Expand community awareness of mental health issues by adding educational mental health information to the district website.
• Utilize multidisciplinary teams for consultation on complex issues.
• Develop procedures to follow up with youth who have been identified as experiencing multiple risk factors and provide continued support.
• Offer mental health professional development opportunities to district employees.
The presentation can be seen in its entirety on the April 22 School Board agenda.
Michelle Vargas, chief financial officer, provided a clarification of some items on the list of strategic investments approved by the School Board last May. She indicated there was confusion over which items were required by the consent decree that settled a harassment lawsuit against the district last year. Two items related to expanding student and administrator support at buildings related to anti-bullying have been combined into one new item that builds on the district’s existing model for providing mental health support for students and families. This item is not required by the consent decree. Three items are required by the consent decree: hiring of a Title IX/Equity consultant, hiring of a mental health consultant, and anti-bullying/anti-harassment training for staff. Vargas noted that the cost of these will be approximately $1.25 million over five years, though only the first four years are included on the strategic investments list. Mike Sullivan moved to approve the Strategic Investment updates. Marci Anderson seconded the motion. Motion passed.
Dr. Jinger Gustafson, associate superintendent for middle schools, and Paul Cady, general counsel, shared with the School Board how American Indian students are doing in Anoka-Hennepin schools and a proposed resolution in response to the American Indian Education Parent Committee (AIEPC).
On the Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment (MCA) III, American Indian students are above state and metro peer groups in math and science, and above state and in second place to metro peer groups in reading. The 2012 achievement gap (per all accountability measures: MCAs, MCA-Modified, and Minnesota Test of Academic Skills) between American Indian and Caucasian students for math is 19 percent, for reading is 16 percent, and for science is 23 percent. In math the percentage has slightly decreased since 2008, however, in reading it increased five points since 2008 and in science it increased 10 points. In later discussion, board member Scott Wenzel noted that the MCA tests have changed since 2008 and there is typically a dip in scores when new tests are implemented. Gustafson explained that a resolution of non-concurrence was submitted by the AIEPC in late February to change the organizational structure of the American Indian education program. Cady presented a response to the committee’s resolution with a new resolution indicating that the district does not plan to implement the AIEPC recommendations based on the following:
• Regarding grant managing responsibilities, at all times the district was prepared to meet all timelines and brought matters forward to the parent committee in a timely fashion, but due to the parent committee’s delayed response, matters were not submitted in a timely fashion.
• Regarding failure to establish agreed upon measures of program assessment, performance measures in the form of SMART goals for academic performance and culture have been established and further, the Student Success Plan serves as an electronic data collection tool for reporting the progress of the goals.
• Regarding matters of contract management, it appears to be a private personnel dispute over the terms and conditions of employment. More importantly, the hiring of all employees, as well as terms and conditions, are within the exclusive authority of the School Board; the parent committee reasons do not serve as a basis for non-concurrence.
The School Board unanimously approved the resolution presented by Cady. The Superintendent and School Board will reach out to the chairperson of the AIEPC to discuss the resolution and options for continuing the on-going relationship. Chair Heidemann moved for adoption of the following resolution:
2012-2013 BOARD RESOLUTION
IN RESPONSE TO AMERICAN INDIAN EDUCATION PARENT COMMITTEE’S FEBRUARY 22, 2013 RESOLUTION OF NON-CONCURRENCE:
WHEREAS, it is the policy of the State of Minnesota to provide for American Indian education programs specifically designed to meet the unique education and culturally related academic needs of American Indian people. (Minn. Stat. §124D.72 (2013); and
WHEREAS, to support this policy, school boards in which there are ten or more American Indian children enrolled, must establish a parent committee. (Minn. Stat. §124D.78, subd. 1); and
WHEREAS, the parent committee is to develop recommendations in consultation with the District’s curriculum advisory committee, to provide parents information and an opportunity to express their views concerning all aspects of American Indian education and the educational needs of the American Indian children enrolled in the schools. (Minn. Stat. §124D.78, subd. 1); and
WHEREAS, a school board must submit to the Minnesota Department of Education a copy of the resolution adopted by the parent committee and signed by the chair of the committee to state whether the committee concurs with the educational programs for American Indian children offered by the school board. (Minn. Stat. §124D.78, subd. 2); and
WHEREAS, if the committee does not concur with the educational programs, the reasons for non-concurrence and recommendations shall be submitted with the resolution. (Minn. Stat. §124D.78, subd. 2); and
WHEREAS, in cases of non-concurrence, the Board must respond by resolution to each resolution made by the committee and state its reasons for not implementing the recommendations. (Minn. Stat. §124D.78, subd. 2); and
WHEREAS, on March 21, 2013, Ms. Tammy Nelson, chairperson of the American Indian Parent Committee of Anoka-Hennepin School District No. 11, submitted the parent committee’s 2012-13 Resolution of Non-Concurrence dated February 22, 2013 (Attachment No. 1); and
WHEREAS, although the reasons for non-concurrence were not submitted with the resolution, the District’s superintendent’s office did receive on February 20, 2013 a notice that the parent committee would be filing a resolution of non-concurrence (Attachment No. 2); and
WHEREAS, the February 20, 2013 letter sets forth the reasons for non-concurrence as follows:
1. Dissatisfaction with grant management responsibilities regarding timely reporting of grant process and meeting deadlines.
2. Failure to establish agreed upon substantive performance measures for program assessment.
3. Dissatisfaction with contract management.
Therefore, the American Indian education parent committee recommends that the District change the organizational reporting structure for administration of the American Indian education program in order for the parent committee to find the District in concurrence; and
WHEREAS, the District has reviewed the committee’s reasons and has determined the reasons are not substantiated on the basis of the following:
1. Regarding grant managing responsibilities, at all times the District was prepared to meet all timelines and brought matters forward to the parent committee in a timely fashion, but due to the parent committee’s delayed response, matters were not submitted in a timely fashion. (Attachment No.3)
2. Regarding failure to establish agreed upon measures of program assessment, performance measures in the form of SMART goals for academic performance and culture have been established and further, the Student Success Plan serves as an electronic data collection tool for the reporting of progress of the goals. (Attachment No. 3)
3. Regarding matters of contract management, it appears to be a private personnel dispute over the terms and conditions of employment. More importantly, the hiring of all employees, as well as terms and conditions, are within the exclusive authority of the School Board; the parent committee reasons do not serve as a basis for non-concurrence.
Furthermore, in its 2012-13 parent committee resolution, the parent committee noted that it “. . . has found most of the District’s education programs to be adequate in meeting the needs of American Indian students . . .” and in its February 20, 2013 letter indicates that the organizational reporting structure “. . . has not shown to hinder the progress of the American Indian education program. . .”
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the School Board will not implement the parent committee’s recommendations to change the organizational structure for administration of the American Indian education program.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the District will reach out to Ms. Nelson, Chairperson of the American Indian Education Parent Committee, as well as the committee itself, to meet with the School Board Chair and the Superintendent to discuss resolution and options for continuing the on-going relationship.
The motion for the adoption of the foregoing resolution duly seconded by Board Member Marci Anderson, and upon vote being taken, the following voted in favor: Marci Anderson, Bill Harvey, Tom Heidemann, Jeff Simon, Mike Sullivan and Scott Wenzel
and the following voted against the same: none
WHEREUPON, said resolution was declared duly passed and adopted.
RESOLUTION RELATING TO THE TERMINATION AND NON-RENEWAL OF TEACHING CONTRACTS OF PROBATIONARY TEACHERS
Member Sullivan introduced the resolution and moved its adoption
WHEREAS, the following persons are probationary teachers in Anoka-Hennepin Independent School District No. 11,
WHEREAS, the financial condition of the school district dictates that the school board must reduce expenditures immediately, and
WHEREAS, there has been a reduction in student enrollment and,
WHEREAS, said recommendations have been received and considered by the School Board,
BE IT RESOLVED by the School Board of Anoka-Hennepin Independent School District No. 11 that pursuant to Minnesota Statute §122A.40, Subdivision 5, the teaching contracts of the following probationary teachers in Anoka-Hennepin Independent School District No. 11 are hereby terminated at the close of the current 2012-13 school year.
Evenson Anelise Adams
Koski Alyssa Andover
Morrison Daniel Andover High
Harper Jason Andover High
Toledo Glazell AHS/BHS
Pierskalla Andrew Blaine High
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that written notice be sent to said teachers regarding termination and nonrenewal of their contracts, as provided by law. That the motion for the adoption of the foregoing resolution was duly seconded by Board Member Anderson and upon vote being taken thereon, the following voted in favor Anderson, Simon, Harvey, Sullivan, Wenzel, Heidemann and the following voted against None, whereupon said resolution was declared duly passed and adopted.
The board received a list of long-term substitute teachers whose contracts are self-ter¬minating. No action was necessary on this item.
PROPOSED RESOLUTION TO RESCIND THE INCLUSION OF CERTAIN TEACHERS’
NAMES IN RESOLUTION TERMINATING PROBATIONARY TEACHERS
Member Anderson introduced the resolution and moved its adoption:
WHEREAS, the School Board of Anoka-Hennepin Independent School District No. 11 adopted a resolution to terminate the teaching contract(s) of the following probationary teacher(s) at the close of the 2012-13 school year pursuant to Minnesota Statute §122A.40, Subdivision 5,
BE IT RESOLVED that the following name(s) be rescinded from the resolution to terminate probationary teacher(s) effective at the close of the 2012-2013 school year.
Bullard Kristine Mc Kinley
Fish Nicole Adams
Martineau Marie Hamilton
Ridley Amanda Adams
Rudrud David Sand Creek
Schooley Melissa Hamilton
That the motion for the adoption of the foregoing resolution was duly seconded by Simon and upon vote being taken thereon, the following voted in favor, Anderson, Simon, Harvey, Sullivan, Wenzel, Heidemann and the following voted against : None.
Whereupon said resolution was declared duly passed and adopted.
Superintendent Carlson talked about snow days saying they are not easy calls to make. Delaying schools two hours is not an option because of bussing. Jeff Simon thanked the district for the prompt communication on these days.
Chair Tom Heidemann recessed the meeting at 7:58 p.m. The meeting reconvened in closed session at 8:10 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 December 3, 2013. Dr. Scott Wenzel called the roll. The following voted in favor of the motion: Tom Heidemann, Marci Anderson, Bill Harvey, Dr. Scott Wenzel, Mike Sullivan, and Jeff Simon. There being six votes for and no votes against the motion, the motion passed.
Marci Anderson moved and Tom Heidemann seconded the motion to expel student number two for one year, the student being allowed to return under probation on December 3, 2013, pending successful completion of a chemical dependency program. Dr. Scott Wenzel called the roll. The following voted in favor of the motion: Tom Heidemann, Marci Anderson, Bill Harvey, Dr. Scott Wenzel, Mike Sullivan, and Jeff Simon. There being six votes for and no votes against the motion, the motion passed.
Tom Heidemann 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 and the student being allowed to participate in graduation ceremonies, pending enrollment in a chemical dependency program. Dr. Scott Wenzel called the roll. The following voted in favor of the motion: Tom Heidemann, Marci Anderson, Bill Harvey, Dr. Scott Wenzel, Mike Sullivan, and Jeff Simon. There being six votes for and no votes against the motion, the motion passed.
Mike Sullivan moved and Marci Anderson seconded the motion to expel student number four for the remainder of the 2012-2013 school year, the student being allowed to participate in graduation ceremonies. Dr. Scott Wenzel called the roll. The following voted in favor of the motion: Tom Heidemann, Marci Anderson, Bill Harvey, Dr. Scott Wenzel, Mike Sullivan, and Jeff Simon. There being six votes for and no votes against the motion, the motion passed.
Jeff Simon moved and Mike Sullivan seconded the motion to expel student number five for one year, the student being allowed to return under probation on December 3, 2013. Dr. Scott Wenzel called the roll. The following voted in favor of the motion: Tom Heidemann, Marci Anderson, Bill Harvey, Dr. Scott Wenzel, Mike Sullivan, and Jeff Simon. There being six votes for and no votes against the motion, the motion passed.
Jeff Simon moved and Marci Anderson seconded the motion to expel student number six for one year, the student being allowed to return under probation on September 3, 2013, pending successful completion of a chemical dependency program. Dr. Scott Wenzel called the roll. The following voted in favor of the motion: Tom Heidemann, Marci Anderson, Bill Harvey, Dr. Scott Wenzel, Mike Sullivan, and Jeff Simon. There being six votes for and no votes against the motion, the motion passed.
Marci Anderson moved and Mike Sullivan seconded the motion to expel student number seven for one year, the student being allowed to return under probation on December 3, 2013. Dr. Scott Wenzel called the roll. The following voted in favor of the motion: Tom Heidemann, Marci Anderson, Bill Harvey, Dr. Scott Wenzel, Mike Sullivan, and Jeff Simon. There being six votes for and no votes against the motion, the motion passed.
Tom Heidemann moved and Jeff Simon seconded the motion to expel student number eight for one year, the student being eligible to participate in 2012-2013 school year graduation ceremonies, otherwise, allowed to return under probation on December 3, 2013. Dr. Scott Wenzel called the roll. The following voted in favor of the motion: Tom Heidemann, Marci Anderson, Bill Harvey, Dr. Scott Wenzel, Mike Sullivan, and Jeff Simon. There being six votes for and no votes against the motion, the motion passed.
Jeff Simon moved and Mike Sullivan seconded the motion to expel student number nine for one year, the student being allowed to return under probation on September 3, 2013, pending successful completion of a chemical dependency program. Dr. Scott Wenzel called the roll. The following voted in favor of the motion: Tom Heidemann, Marci Anderson, Bill Harvey, Dr. Scott Wenzel, Mike Sullivan, and Jeff Simon. There being six votes for and no votes against the motion, the motion passed.
The meeting reconvened in open session at 9:01 p.m. Jeff Simon moved and Dr. Scott Wenzel seconded the motion to adjourn the meeting. Motion passed.
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