Meeting Agenda

Meeting Date: May 12, 2015
Meeting Time: 6:00 pm
Meeting Location: Administration Building Board Room

Any person present who wishes to address the board or raise any question about public school district matters or governing policies may do so under public participation. No discussion of personnel or individual students is permitted at this time. A limit of three minutes is placed on each speaker. Persons who want more time may make arrangements to be placed on a future agenda. The public is also reminded that they may provide input on all motions being considered by the board at this meeting.

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1. Call to order 6:00 pm
    Pledge to the Flag
    Welcome

2. Individuals, delegations, correspondence

  1. Public Comment
  2. Student Recognitions
    1. VFW Essay Contest Winners
    2. Elks Club Essay Contest Winners
  3. Parent Recognition – Native American Day
  4. Staff Presentation – Relations Team – Mentoring Program
  5. PTA Report
  6. Correspondence
3. District reports
  1. Facilities Report
  2. Technology Report
  3. Curriculum Report
  4. Elementary Principal's Report
  5. Middle School Principal's Report
  6. Superintendent's Report
4. Trustee reports
  1. Training Opportunities
  2. Auditorium Discussion
5. Items for Action
  1. Consent Agenda
    1. Approve Minutes of April 14th Meeting
    2. 2. Approve Bills and Wages for April 2015
  2. Election of Trustees by Acclimation
    REORGANIZATION OF THE BOARD ***Oath of Office for New Trustees***
  3. Election of Officers
  4. Appointment of the Clerk to the Board
  5. Appointment of Authorized Representatives
  6. Appointment of Activities Fund Custodian
  7. Consent Agenda Part II
    1. Hire Certified Staff
    2. Hire Activities Director
  8. Approve Job Descriptions
  9. Advertise Nursing Position
  10. Approve Middle School Student Handbook
  11. Resolution for Disposal of Property
  12. Approve Out of District Students
  13. Open Negotiations with Lockwood Para-Professional Association
  14. Approve Labor Services Contract with MTSBA
  15. MREA Membership Renewal
  16. Trustee Resignations
6. Adjourn

NEXT REGULAR MEETING IS JUNE 9th, 2015 AT 6:00 PM
Superintendent's Agenda Report

3. Items for Action

  1. Consent Agenda Part 1
    Consent Agenda Part I
    Items 1 and 2 can be approved with one motion and vote; these are items that reflect last
    month's business and should be approved by the current trustees. Any trustee can pull an
    item from the consent agenda at any meeting if they want to discuss that item further. I
    recommend that we approve the consent agenda.
    1. Approve Minutes of April 14th Meeting
    2. Approve Bills and Wages for April 2015
      We recently finished switching over our Activities accounting system; these repots are for
      both August and September.

  2. Election of Trustees by Acclimation
    Scott Kiekover and Sue Vinton have both been elected by acclimation to three-year terms.

    REORGANIZATION OF THE BOARD
    ***Oath of Office for New Trustees***
    Scott and Sue will take the oath of office administered by Laurie Noonkester.

  3. Election of Officers
    The Board will need to elect a Chair and Vice-Chair.

  4. Appointment of the Clerk to the Board
    I recommend that Laurie Noonkester be appointed as the Clerk of the Board.

  5. Appointment of Authorized Representatives
    I recommend that Laurie Noonkester and I be designated as the District's Authorized
    Representatives at the Board's discretion.

  6. Appointment of Activities Fund Custodian
    I recommend that Coti Widdicombe be appointed as the District's Activities Fund
    Custodian.

  7. Consent Agenda Part II
    Items 1 and 2 can be approved with one motion and vote; these are items that reflect new
    business and should be approved by the new configuration of trustees. Any trustee can
    pull an item from the consent agenda at any meeting if they want to discuss that item
    further. I recommend that we approve the consent agenda.

    1. Hire Certified Staff
      I recommend that the Board offer contracts for the 2015-16 school year at the appropriate
      step and lane per the negotiated agreement to the following candidates: Rachel Alloway,
      Kathryn Epley, Paul Gritz, Alyssa Nauman, and Brianna Turnquist. All contracts are
      dependent on obtaining the proper teaching certification and background checks.
    2. Hire Activities Director
      I recommend that Jesse Swanke be hired as the Activities Director for the 2015-16 school
      year.

  8. Advertise Nursing Position
    I'd like to move forward with advertising for a Registered Nurse for next year. I'd like to
    have flexibility with salary and benefits so that we can best fit the needs of potential
    candidates, therefore I'd like to make this an administrative position. The total package
    offered will fall into the $55-60,000 range in terms of the district's cost. The difference
    between this position and our current nursing costs will be earmarked to hire a Certified
    Nursing Aide for as many hours as possible.

  9. Advertise Nursing Position
    I'd like to move forward with advertising for a Registered Nurse for next year. I'd like to
    have flexibility with salary and benefits so that we can best fit the needs of potential
    candidates, therefore I'd like to make this an administrative position. The total package
    offered will fall into the $55-60,000 range in terms of the district's cost. The difference
    between this position and our current nursing costs will be earmarked to hire a Certified
    Nursing Aide for as many hours as possible.

  10. Approve Middle School Student Handbook
    Mr. Klasna and Mr. Kinsey will present next year's Middle School Handbook for approval.

  11. Resolution for Disposal of Property
    I have included a recommended resolution that will allow us to dispose of some outdated
    property and the Board Policy regarding this practice.

  12. Approve Out of District Students
    I have attached a list of students that the Principals have recommended for acceptance as
    out of district students for next school year. There is also one student recommended for
    approval for the rest of this year, PG (6th grade). All of these students with the exception
    of the kindergarteners are currently enrolled.

  13. Open Negotiations with Lockwood Para-Professional Association
    Our Para-professional staff has elected to join the MEA-MFT. Attached is their notification
    of intent to negotiate. I recommend that the Board appoint a Negotiations Team and set a
    few possible dates to begin negotiations, however we may want to wait until after the
    Special Board meeting to finalize the Negotiations Team.

  14. Approve Labor Services Contract with MTSBA
    I recommend that the Board contract with MTSBA to assist in negotiating our initial
    contract with the Lockwood Paraprofessionals Association.

  15. MREA Membership Renewal
    I recommend that the District continue our relationship with the Montana Rural Education
    Association. They have done an amazing job of representing our interests this year.

  16. Trustee Resignations
    Peter Freivalds and Jennifer Wagner have notified Chairman Vinton that they will be
    resigning from their positions on the Board. I recommend that we advertise the vacancies
    and schedule a Special Meeting for the week of May 26th to review possible candidates for
    appointment to the two openings. This would allow any new trustees to attend the MTSBA
    trainings in June. Both trustee opening would be for one year only.
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Meeting Minutes

REGULAR SESSION CALL TO ORDER - 6:00 pm

Chair Susanne Vinton called the Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees to order at 6:00 p.m.
by leading those present in the Pledge of Allegiance. The following trustees and officers were
present: Trustees Tim Sather, Joe Borgstrom, Don Reed, Jennifer Wagner, Peter Freivalds, Kat
Luhman (via facetime), Susanne Vinton, Superintendent Tobin Novasio and District Clerk Laurie
Noonkester.
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Evelyn Pyburn with the Yellowstone County News, State Senator Taylor Brown and Tom
Richmond House District 56 Representative were in attendance.

All guests are asked to sign in upon arrival.

Mrs. Vinton welcomed visitors and advised the following:

Any person present who wishes to address the board or raise any question about public school
district matters or governing policies may do so under public participation. No discussion of
personnel or individual students is permitted at this time. A limit of three minutes is placed on
each speaker. Persons who want more time may make arrangements to be placed on a future
agenda. As a courtesy, all cell phones should be turned off. The public is also reminded that they
may provide input on all motions being considered by the board at this meeting.

INDIVIDUALS, RECOGNITION, ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND CORRESPONDENCE

There were no Public Comment Requests submitted.

Student Recognition: Middle School Teacher Susan Kneib recognized the VFW Essay Contest
winners, Kendall Ard, Braden Tresch and Laura Keenan. The subject of the contest was “What I
appreciate about Veterans.”

Kayla 3rd place was introduced.

Intermediate Teacher Denise Lemke recognized the Elks Club Essay Contest Winners, Grant
Rickard and Taevea Hawkins. The subject of the contest was “What the Pledge of Allegiance
means to me.” Grant read his essay for the audience.

Chair Susanne Vinton thanked the students for representing the Lockwood School so well and for
coming to the meeting. Each student was given a gift card in appreciation of their efforts.

Parent Recognition: Middle School Teacher Sue Robertson introduced Lockwood Parent Kelly
Mountainsheep. Mrs. Robertson explained how Mrs. Mountainsheep was instrumental in the
success of the recent Native American Day held on campus. Mrs. Robertson noted the
Mountainsheep family made traditional fry bread for the entire middle school and that Kelly was
an incredible help in providing authentic Native American culture to the students. Mrs.
Mountainsheep remarked that she would like to continue working to provide Native American culture for future events but did note that her entire family came to assist and teach during the
event as well. The Trustees thanked Mrs. Mountainsheep and her family for taking the time to
share their rich history and culture with the Lockwood students and staff.

PTA: Teacher and PTA member Sue Robertson passed around a flyer containing some of the
Lions Lair fundraising events scheduled. She reviewed the list and sought help with some of the
events.

Staff Presentation: Relations Team-Lynette Larson, Whitney DiFronzo and Liz Herbert spoke to
the Mentoring Program they have been investigating. Mrs. Larson noted the group attended a
conference regarding the subject and explained the program would provide new staff members
with a veteran mentor to help them perform at their best in the beginning of their teaching career.
She estimated possibly eight mentors would be available for next year providing the board would
approve a stipend and duty releases for the mentors to evaluate, observe and work with their
peers within the program.

Superintendent Novasio noted perhaps Special Services Director Don Christman could look into
possible grant funding for the program.

When asked how the selection of the mentors would be handled, Mrs. Larson remarked the
selection would be left to the building Principals.

Trustee Don Reed spoke to the learning curve of an incoming teacher and the issues with
classroom management skills meeting standard protocol. Trustee Jennifer Wagner commented
she sees the program as a great recruiting tool as well.

Correspondence: Chair Vinton passed around several “thank you” notes from staff members,
Notice from OPI the district has obtained regular accreditation, an MQEC letter reminding the
district of the option to join the organization, and a farewell letter from retiring teacher Linda
Scozzari.

Superintendent Novasio took a moment to recognized State Senator Taylor Brown and HD 56
Representative Tom Richmond for their outstanding work on the SB 107 and other educational
bills that were presented before them.

State Senator Brown in turn thanked the Lockwood Trustees and Superintendent for their support
and testimony on the hard fought issue.

Mr. Brown reviewed a number of educational related bills that were successful during the
legislative session.

Mr. Richmond also thanked the Trustees and the entire community for the correspondence and
communication on local issues.

Trustee Don Reed thanked both Lockwood Representatives for their willingness to work across
the aisle to get things done for the community.

DISTRICT REPORTS
  1. Facilities - Director Rob Guzman had nothing further to add to his written report
    but fielded questions regarding the failure of the funding of the quality schools
    grant noting that Coal Board Grants will be sought for the roofing replacement

  2. Technology - Coordinator Darlene Hess had nothing further to add to her written
    report.

  3. Curriculum - Coordinator Cindy Gopp had nothing further to add to her written
    report. Superintendent Novasio remarked two of the School District 2
    Valedictorians are from Lockwood and recognized Mrs. Gopp and Jesse Swanke
    as their motivating educational teachers.

  4. Elementary School Principal – K-5 Principal Mike Bowman had littleto add to his
    written report. He noted this year's Kindergarten Round Up had 72 enrollees but
    that number usually will double during the first day of school. Mr. Bowman
    further noted that Bretz RV and Marine has agreed to sponsor the 2nd graders on a
    field trip to Zoo Montana.

    Mr. Bowman introduced Rachel Alloy, Kathyrn Epley and Alyssa Nauman who
    have been hired as K-5 Teachers for the 15-16 school year. Brianna Turnquist was
    not present but was noted as an additional hire for next school year.

  5. Middle School Principal – Middle School Principal Gordon Klasna invited the
    Trustees to the 8th grade promotion to be held on June 5th. Mr. Klasna introduced
    Special Education Teacher Paul Gritz who has been hired for the 15-16 school
    year. Chair Susanne Vinton congratulated Mr. Klasna on his election to the
    Billings High School Board of Trustees.

  6. Superintendent – Superintendent Tobin Novasio added to his written report noting
    an email from a disgruntled parent regarding the denial of a out of district
    enrollment. Mr. Novasio reviewed the MCA statute on legal residency
    requirements and provided an overview of the work Registrar DeeAnn Nielsen
    does to ensure that children being registered are indeed residents of Lockwood
    School District.

    Mr. Novasio reviewed points of his written report and clarified the point of opting
    out of the State Smarter Balance testing explaining the district has opted out and
    will use the NWEA testing in place of Smarter Balance testing as it provides
    quality results.

    Superintendent Novasio introduced K-5 staff member Jenny Fox as applicant
    chosen as the K-5 Dean of Students.

    Mr. Novasio remarked upon the possible Head Start expansion and River Stone
    Health partnership opening an onsite clinic possibly during the fall of 2016.
    Superintendent Novasio fielded questions regarding the state testing failures.

TRUSTEE REPORTS

Training Opportunities: Chair Susanne noted the upcoming MTSBA training sessions to be held
on May18th at the Lincoln Center and those in Helena on June 5th and 6th.

Auditorium Discussion: Outgoing Trustee Peter Freivalds requested the Board of Trustees
consider building an auditorium to hold school performances and meeting events at the upcoming summer planning meeting. Mr. Freivalds remarked the district is sorely lacking the facilities to
host events and feels the community would support the idea.

The Trustees agreed to add his request for discussion at the summer planning meeting.

ITEMS FOR ACTION

A. Part I - Consent Agenda Items - Approval of April 14, 2015 Minutes, April Bills
and Wages.

Chair Susanne Vinton asked if there were any objections to the consent agenda items as
presented. Hearing none, the above agenda items were approved as presented.

B. Election of Trustees by Acclimation

(Two-3 Year Term Trustee Election was cancelled and candidates elected by acclamation
pursuant to MCA 20-3-13)

Trustees Seated by Election Acclamation for 3 Year Terms
Susanne Vinton and Scott Kiekover

Trustee Tim Sather moved to accept the Election by Acclamation results as presented. Peter
seconded the motion.

Trustees Tim Sather, Peter Freivalds, Kat Luhman, Don Reed, Jennifer Wagner, Joe Borgstrom
and Susanne Vinton voted yes; the motion passed unanimously.

REORGANIZATION OF THE BOARD

Notary Public for the State of Montana and District Clerk, Laurie Noonkester, administered the
Oath of Office to Trustees Susanne Vinton and Scott Kiekover. Certificate of Election of Trustee
documents will be presented for signatures at the conclusion of the meeting.

Newly elected and duly sworn in, Scott Kiekover was installed as the newest member of the
Lockwood School District 26 Board of Trustees.

C. Election of Officers

Election of Officers began with Trustee Peter Freivalds nominating Kat Luhman as Board Chair.
Trustee Don Reed nominated Susanne Vinton for Board Chair. Kat Luhman asked that her name
be withdrawn from the nominations. Chair Vinton called for additional nominations three times.
Hearing no other nominations Trustee Susanne Vinton was appointed Board Chairman by
acclimation.

Trustee Jennifer Wagner nominated Kat Luhman as Board Vice-Chair.
Ms. Vinton called for additional nominations three times. Hearing no other nominations Trustee
Kat Luhman was appointed as Vice-Chair by acclimation.

D. Appointment of the Clerk to the Board

Superintendent Tobin Novasio recommended that Laurie Noonkester be re-appointed as Board Clerk.

Trustee Don Reed made the motion to appoint Laurie Noonkester as Clerk of the Board. Jennifer
Wagner seconded the motion.

Trustees Scott Kiekover, Peter Freivalds, Kat Luhman, Don Reed, Jennifer Wagner, Joe
Borgstrom and Susanne Vinton voted yes; the motion passed unanimously

E. Appointment of Authorized Representatives

Trustee Joe Borgstrom moved to re-appoint Superintendent Tobin Novasio and District Clerk
Laurie Noonkester as authorized representatives for the district. Jennifer Wagner seconded the
motion.

Trustees Scott Kiekover, Peter Freivalds, Kat Luhman, Don Reed, Jennifer Wagner, Joe
Borgstrom and Susanne Vinton voted yes; the motion passed unanimously.

F. Appointment of Activities Fund Custodian

Trustee Jennifer Wagner made the motion to appoint Coti Widdicombe as Activities Fund
Custodian. Joe Borgstrom seconded the motion.

Trustees Scott Kiekover, Peter Freivalds, Kat Luhman, Don Reed, Jennifer Wagner, Joe
Borgstrom and Susanne Vinton voted yes; the motion passed unanimously

G. Consent Agenda Part II

Part II - Consent Agenda Items – Hire Certified Staff, Hire Activities Director, Hire of Substitutes

Superintendent Novasio noted that Brittnee Brown should be added to the Hire of Substitutes
Listing.

Chair Susanne Vinton asked if there were any objections to the consent agenda items as
presented pending successful background checks.

Hearing none, the above agenda items were approved as presented.

H. Approve Job Descriptions

Superintendent Novasio presented a job description for the Teacher on Special Assignment and
Acting Dean of Students in the K-5. Jennifer Fox has been selected as the Dean after
interviewing with the selection committee.

Trustee Don Reed made the motion to approve the job description for Dean of Students K-5 as
presented. Peter Freivalds seconded the motion.

Trustees Scott Kiekover, Peter Freivalds, Kat Luhman, Don Reed, Jennifer Wagner, Joe
Borgstrom and Susanne Vinton voted yes; the motion passed unanimously.

Trustee Don Reed made the motion to approve the job description for Special Programs Director
as presented. Jennifer Wagner seconded the motion.

Trustees Scott Kiekover, Peter Freivalds, Kat Luhman, Don Reed, Jennifer Wagner, Joe
Borgstrom and Susanne Vinton voted yes; the motion passed unanimously

I. Advertise the Nursing Position

Superintendent Novasio reported he would like to move forward with advertising for a
Registered Nurse in preparation for the next school year. Mr. Novasio explained in order to
provide flexibility with the salary and benefits to best fit the needs of potential candidates he
would like to make this an administrative position. The total package offered will fall into the
$55-60,000 range in terms of the district's cost. The difference in costs between this in house
position and our current nursing contract will be earmarked to hire a Certified Nursing Aide for
as many hours as possible.

Shawn Hinz with Riverstone Health spoke to the value added benefits the district enjoys within
the River Stone contract in addition to the support services they provide within the health care
system.

Discussion regarding how to best conduct evaluations of the nursing staff was held.
Superintendent Novasio suggested the administrative staff would be those best capable in
evaluating the nursing staffing.

Trustee Don Reed stated that he has the utmost confidence in River Stone contracted services
especially since the school nurse is in the position of the being the highest qualified medical
personnel in the community.

Mr. Reed noted he will abstain from the vote due to his previous relationship of setting on the
River Stone Health Board of Directors.

Mrs. Hinz reiterated the cost of school nursing service costs continue to be supplemented by
River Stone Health even given the cost increases as seen by the District.

Trustees Joe Borgstrom and Jennifer Wagner both suggested the in house position is a good one
and will bring quality and qualified applicants.

Chair Susanne Vinton asked of Mrs. Hinz that in the event the district cannot find a quality nurse
before the August 1st contract deadline would River Stone be open to continuing the contract.
Mrs. Hinz replied that the Trustees' decision at this meeting would be the determining factor of
whether a contract would be offered or not.

Trustee Scott Kiekover asked exactly how much of the contract monies does the nurse actually
receive. In response, the document containing the breakdown of the contract costs were
reviewed.

Discussion was held.

Trustee Joe Borgstrom asked Mrs. Hinz in order for the District to continue the relationship with
River Stone Health could the contract cost be reduced to meet last year's price. Mrs. Hinz state
no they could not.

Further discussion was held.

Trustee Joe Borgstrom made the motion to approve the advertising for a school registered nurse
position as recommended. Jennifer Wagner seconded the motion.

Trustees Scott Kiekover, Kat Luhman, Jennifer Wagner, Joe Borgstrom and Susanne Vinton
voted yes with Trustee Peter Freivalds voting no; the motion passed. Trustee Don Reed abstained
from the vote.

J. Approve Middle School Handbook

Middle School Principal Gordon Klasna presented the Middle School Handbook for approval
noting some typographical error corrections.

Trustee Don Reed made the motion to approve the Middle School Handbook as presented for the
2015-16 school year. Jennifer Wagner seconded the motion.

Trustees Scott Kiekover, Peter Freivalds, Kat Luhman, Don Reed, Jennifer Wagner, Joe
Borgstrom and Susanne Vinton voted yes; the motion passed unanimously.

K. Resolution for Disposal of Property

Superintendent Novasio presented the resolution and board policy for the disposal of out dated
school property.

Discussion was held to change the date to correspond to the PTA Garage sale.

Trustee Joe Borgstrom made the motion to approve the Disposal of Property with the date of the
sale to be May 30st. Peter Freivalds seconded the motion.

Trustees Scott Kiekover, Peter Freivalds, Kat Luhman, Don Reed, Jennifer Wagner, Joe
Borgstrom and Susanne Vinton voted yes; the motion passed unanimously.

L. Approve Out of District Attendance

Superintendent Novasio recommended the list of students be approved for out of district
attendance for the 2015-16 school year and student PG for the remainder of the current school
year.

Trustee Jennifer Wagner moved to approve student PG for the remainder of the current school
year. Peter Freivalds seconded the motion.

Trustees Scott Kiekover, Peter Freivalds, Kat Luhman, Jennifer Wagner, Joe Borgstrom and
Susanne Vinton voted yes; the motion passed unanimously. Don Reed was absent from the vote.

Trustee Joe Borgstrom moved to approve the students listed for out of district attendance as
recommended for the 2015-16 the school year. Jennifer Wagner seconded the motion.

Trustees Scott Kiekover, Peter Freivalds, Kat Luhman, Don Reed, Jennifer Wagner, Joe
Borgstrom and Susanne Vinton voted yes; the motion passed unanimously.

M. Open Negotiations with the Lockwood Para-Professional Association

Superintendent Novasio explained the Para-Professional staff have elected to join the MEA-MFT
and has submitted the notification of intent to negotiate. Mr. Novasio recommended a
Negotiation Team be assembled with a few tentative dates to begin negations.

Chair Susanne Vinton suggested the team be assembled at a later date.

Trustee Joe Borgstrom made the motion to table the item. Mr. Borgstrom restated the motion to
open negotiations with the Para-Professional MEA-MFT with the board negotiation team to be
named at a later date. Peter Freivalds seconded the restated motion.

Trustees Scott Kiekover, Peter Freivalds, Kat Luhman, Don Reed, Jennifer Wagner, Joe
Borgstrom and Susanne Vinton voted yes; the motion passed unanimously.

N. Approve Labor Services Contract with MTSBA

Superintendent Novasio recommended the Trustees approve this contract to assist in the
negotiation of the initial contract with the Lockwood Para-Professional Association.
Discussion was held.

Trustee Peter Freivalds made the motion to approve the contract as presented. Jennifer Wagner
seconded the motion.

Trustees Scott Kiekover, Peter Freivalds, Kat Luhman, Don Reed, Jennifer Wagner, Joe
Borgstrom and Susanne Vinton voted yes; the motion passed unanimously.

O. MREA Membership Renewal.

Superintendent Novasio recommended the Trustees approve continuing the membership with the
Montana Rural Education Association as he believes they have done an amazing job of
representing the District's interests this year.

Trustee Joe Borgstrom made the motion to approve the MREA membership renewal as
recommended. Kat Luhman seconded the motion.

Trustees Scott Kiekover, Peter Freivalds, Kat Luhman, Don Reed, Jennifer Wagner, Joe
Borgstrom and Susanne Vinton voted yes; the motion passed unanimously.

P. Trustee Resignations

Chair Susanne Vinton reported that Trustees Peter Freivalds and Jennifer Wagner have submitted
their resignations.

Trustee Jennifer Wagner stated that her tenure on the Board of Trustees has been a most
incredible experience and thanked her fellow Trustees for the honor.

Trustee Don Reed reluctantly made the motion to accept the resignations and declare the seats
vacant. Kat Luhman seconded the motion.

Trustees Scott Kiekover, Peter Freivalds, Kat Luhman, Don Reed, Jennifer Wagner, Joe
Borgstrom and Susanne Vinton voted yes; the motion passed unanimously.

The vacancies will be advertised and a Special Board Meeting will be scheduled for the last week
of May to review candidates for appointment to a one (1) year term for both vacant seats.

Letter of interest will be accepted until Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 5:00 p.m.

Wednesday, May 27th, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. the Trustees will conduct a special meeting.

ADJOURN

The next Regular Meeting will be on Tuesday, June 9, 2015, at 6:00 p.m. in the Lockwood
School District Board Room.

Trustee Don Reed moved to adjourn the meeting at 8:26p.m. Joe Borgstrom seconded the
motion.

Trustees Scott Kiekover, Peter Freivalds, Kat Luhman, Don Reed, Jennifer Wagner, Joe
Borgstrom and Susanne Vinton voted yes; the motion passed unanimously.


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Peter Freivalds, Vice-Chairperson                       Laurie Noonkester, District Clerk

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