• MOC-FLOYD VALLEY COMMUNITY SCHOOLS - - - - - June 16, 2014
  • The MOC-Floyd Valley Board of Education met on the above date at the Central Administration Office for a special meeting to approve items relating to the issuance not to exceed $8,213,863.98 School Infrastructure Local Option Sales, Services and Use Tax Revenue and Refunding Bonds. Board members Van Roekel, Jager, Kleinhesselink and Koerselman were present with Schutt absent. Also present were Superintendent Adams, Secretary Dykstra and the press.
  • President Van Roekel called the meeting to order at 7:15 a.m.
  • Motion was made by Kleinhesselink and supported by Koerselman to approve the agenda with the addition of changes made to the Food Service Van that was ordered from Motor Inn. Motion carried unanimously.
  • Motion was made by Jager and supported by Kleinhesselink to approve the resolution directing the sale of $8,213,863.98 School Infrastructure Sales, Service and Use Tax Revenue and Refunding Bonds, Series 2014. Jager-aye, Kleinhesselink-aye, and Koerselman-aye. Motion carried unanimously.
  • Motion was made by Kleinhesselink and supported by Koerselman that the form of Tax Exemption Certificate be placed on file and approved. Jager-aye, Kleinhesselink-aye, and Koerselman-aye. Motion carried unanimously.
  • Motion was made by Kleinhesselink and supported by Jager to approve a resolution authorizing and providing for the terms of issuance and securing the payment of $8,213,863.98 School Infrastructure Sales, Services and Use Tax Revenue and Refunding Bonds, Series 2014, of the MOC-Floyd Valley Community School District, State of Iowa, Under the provisions of Chapters 423E and 423F of the Code of Iowa, and providing for a method of payment of said bonds. Jager-aye, Kleinhesselink-aye, and Koerselman-aye. Motion carried unanimously.
  • The Board previously approved the purchase of a 2014 Chevrolet Truck Express Cargo Van from Motor Inn of Orange City for Food Service. Motor Inn was unable to acquire the bid that was bid on. After much negotiating, a similar van was located, a 2013 GMC Savana Cargo Van. Motion was made by Kleinhesselink and supported by Koerselman to approve the purchase of the 2013 GMC Savana Cargo Van from Motor Inn. Motion carried unanimously.
  • Adjournment at 7:30 a.m.

  • Unapproved minutes of the June 9, 2014 board meeting
  • MOC-FLOYD VALLEY COMMUNITY SCHOOLS - - - - - June 9, 2014
  • The MOC-Floyd Valley Board of Education met on the above date at the Central Administration Office for its regular monthly meeting with all board members in attendance except Koerselman and Schutt. Also present were Superintendent Adams, Secretary Dykstra and the press.
  • President Van Roekel called the meeting to order at 5:04 p.m.
  • Motion was made by Jager and supported by Kleinhesslink to approve the agenda with the amendment of moving the bond for capital improvements from new business to informational and the addition of a renewal agreement with Mid-Sioux for transportation. Motion carried unanimously.
  • Correspondence was received as follows:
    • Thank you note from Anna Mae Schutt for the clock she received in honor of her retirement
  • Recognition was given as follows:
    • State Track Qualifiers
    • Boys Soccer State Qualifiers
    • Tate Arends advanced to District Golf
    • Anna Clemens advanced to second round of Regional Golf
    • String, Vocal, and Band Award Recipients
  • Motion was made by Kleinhesselink, supported by Jager and carried unanimously to approve the following Board Policies:
    • Board Polity Title: Agenda                               Code No. 204.10
    • Board Policy Title: Order of Regular Business Meetings   Code No. 204.11
    • Board Policy Title: Complaints Procedure                 Code No. 204.12
    • Board Policy Title: Minutes of Meetings of the Board     Code No. 204.13
    • Board Policy Title: Participation by the Public          Code No. 204.14
    • Board Policy Title: Management Team                      Code No. 204.15
    • Board Policy Title: Oath of Office, Board Members        Code No. 204.16
    • Board Policy Title: Public Hearings                      Code No. 204.17
    • Board Policy Title: Publication of Meetings Procedure    Code No. 204.18
    • Board Policy Title: Conflict of Interest                 Code No. 204.19
  • Motion was made by Jager, supported by Kleinhesselink and carried unanimously to approve the following consent items:
    • May 12 school board minutes
    • Bills
    • Financial Statements
    • Contract for Leann Evenhuis as a part-time Assistant Business Manager beginning July 1, 2014, at an annual salary of $31,980 plus single insurance
    • Contract for Lauren McDonald as Assistant Middle School Volleyball Coach for the 2014-2015 school year at a salary of $1,436 based upon the 2014-2015 supplemental salary schedule
  • Superintendent Adams reported that effective July 1st the Orange City Area Day Care will eliminate a holding fee, unless the time will be more than 4 weeks, and the grace period at the beginning and end of each day. The budget for 2014-2015 was accepted at the last day care board meeting.
  • Superintendent Adams reported that although the legislative session has ended, the legislature failed to set FY 2016 supplemental state aid. The board received legislative priorities to review so they can submit the school's priorities to IASB.
  • Tim Oswald from Piper-Jaffrey discussed a change in the bond issue. A special meeting was set for 7:15 am on Monday, June 16 for final processing and approval of the bond issue.
  • The first reading of Board Policies 205.1-205.3 & 206.1-206.13 was presented.
  • Proposals were received as follows for the installation of the boilers at the High School: Midwestern Mechanical - $264,500, MTC Mechanical - $79,000 and Visser Bros. Plumbing and Heating - $139,825. Motion was made by Kleinhesselink and supported by Jager to accept the proposal from MTC Mechanical in the amount of $79,000 to install the boilers. Jager-aye, Kleinhesselink-aye, Van Roekel-aye.
  • A milk bid was received from Dean Foods (Land-O-Lakes) bread bids were received from Casey's Bakery and Prairie Queen Bakery. Motion was made by Kleinhesselink and supported by Jager to accept the milk bid from Dean Foods and the low bread bid from Casey's Bakery for the 2014-15 school year. Motion carried unanimously.
  • Motion was made by Kleinhesselink, supported by Jager and carried unanimously to approve the following Board Policies:
    • Board Polity Title: Student Organizations                      Code No. 503.2
    • Board Polity Title: Lunch Prices                               Code No. 701.4
    • Board Polity Title: Educational Materials Fees and Sales       Code No. 802.2R
  • Motion was made by Jager, supported by Kleinhesselink and carried unanimously to approve the partnership agreements for the 2014-15 academic year with Northwest Iowa Community College as follows:
    • Individual Student and Class Size Enrollments for Private School Student Enrollments
    • College Credit Jointly Enrolled Courses for Class Size Enrollments
    • College Credit and Jointly Enrolled Students for Individual Student Enrollments
    • SPAN II
  • Motion was made by Jager and supported by Kleinhesselink to approve the transportation agreement with Mid-Sioux Opportunity-Head Start for the 2014-15 school year. Motion carried unanimously.
  • Adjournment at 6:55 p.m.