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NOTICE School District of Cornell Minutes Oct. 28, 2019 Annual Meeting The following are proceedings from the Cornell School District’s Annual Meeting held Oct. 28, 2019.

Motion moved by Eileen Sikora, seconded by Jamie Close, to authorize the board to furnish a school lunch program and appropriate funds for that purpose; authorize the board to contract for student transportation services; authorize the board to furnish student textbooks; authorize payment of actual and necessary expenses of board members incurred in the performance of their duties; authorize and provide for the prosecution or defense of any legal action or proceedings in which the school district is interested; authorize the sale of surplus school property (excluding real estate). Vote passed unanimously.

Motion moved by Dave Elliott, seconded by Erica Helland, for board salaries to increase $20 to $170 per meeting. Vote passed four to three.

Motion moved by Eileen Sikora, seconded by Greg Baker, to authorize a school tax levy of $1,213,715, for the operation of the school district in 2019-20. Vote passed unanimously.

Motion moved by Jamie Close, seconded by Eileen Sikora, to adjourn. Vote passed unanimously. 7:24 p.m. 82314 • wnaxlp NOTICE School District of Cornell Minutes Oct. 28, 2019 The following are proceedings from the Cornell School Board meeting held Oct. 28, 2019.

Motion moved by Sikora, seconded by Close, to approve the minutes of the Sept. 23, 2019, regular session; approve budget and tax levy of $1,213,715, for the operation of the school district in 2019-20; approve Austin Hiess – speech language pathologist teacher; approve Erica Helland – paraprofessional; approve assistant high school boys basketball coach – Jake Hall; approve assistant high school girls basketball coach – Erica Helland; approve middle school girls basketball coach – Stacy Schroeder; accept for purposes of board review the written drill evaluations submitted by the principals, under section 118.07(4) (cp) of the Wisconsin State Statutes, for the Cornell Elementary and middle school/ high school; approve September revenue, $633,619.32 and expenditures, $532,988.02, from Sept. 24, 2019 – Oct. 27, 2019. Roll call vote – all aye. Motion carried.

Motion moved by Sikora and seconded by Close, to approve Board Policy 5.055 – GPA/Class Rank. Roll call vote – all aye. Seidlitz was absent. Motion carried.

Motion moved by Briggs, seconded by Baker, to approve 2020-21 school calendar. Roll call vote – 3 ayes, 1 nay. Seidlitz was absent. Motion carried.

Motion moved by Sikora, seconded by Close, to adjourn. Roll call vote – all aye. Seidlitz was absent. Motion carried. Time: 7:55 p.m. 82317 • wnaxlp NOTICE Minutes of the Lake Holcombe Board of Education Regular Meeting Nov. 18, 2019 The regular monthly meeting of the Lake Holcombe Board of Education was held Monday evening, Nov. 18, 2019. The meeting was called to order by the board president at 7 p.m. The agenda was posted at the SuperiorChoice Credit Union, Holcombe Post Office and Lake Holcombe School. Brian Guthman, Matt Flater, Jeff Anders, Anneleise Willmarth, Debbi Readinger, Mr. Lindau, Mr. Porter and Ms. Spletter were present.

The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

Motion by Willmarth and seconded by Flater, to approve the regular meeting minutes of 10/28/19, as printed. Motion carried unanimously.

Public comments and correspondence: Ginna Young requested that the school consider installing a hand railing by the front entrance steps. It will be looked into.

Mr. Lindau gave the superintendent’s report. Items included: parent teacher conferences 11/14/19, Veterans Day program 11/11/19, monthly safety meeting, Lake Holcombe Education Foundation banquet tickets and NEOLA board policy update.

Mr. Lindau discussed the district assessment results with the board. A list of items to look at to help raise scores will be reviewed. The goal is for the district to be eligible for the New Promise Award and to Exceed Expectations on the District Report Cards.

Second reading of policy #164 – Board Member Compensation and Expense was shared with the board. No changes from the board were proposed.

Mr. Lindau provided an update on the boiler and roof projects. CESA has been here two times to review the needs and discuss the scope of the boiler project. The next step is to get an engineer under contract. The roof replacement is straight forward. Action was tabled.

Action item 8B – High School Social Studies and History Curriculum was tabled.

Mr. Lindau discussed the possibility of a School Resource Officer contract to help address school safety and build relationships between students and law enforcement. Action was tabled to obtain additional information.

Motion by Flater and seconded by Readinger, to approve a three-year agreement with John Baylor ACT Preparation Program. Motion carried unanimously.

Motion by Readinger and seconded by Willmarth, to approve the following consent items:

• Approval of bills A/P checks 4704847107, in the amount of $204,795.67 and direct debit/debit card expenses totaling $1,244.19

• Approve year-to-date revenue and expenditure reports – 10/31/19 YTD revenues - $241,909.44 and 10/31/19 YTD expenses - $1,268,387.15

• Approve Policy #343.45 – Early College Credit Program

• Accept gifts/donations – Eastbay, $24.95, to the music department, Lake Holcombe Booster Club, $300, to the boys’ basketball program and Lake Holcombe Lions Club/ Mike Loomis, $250, to the boys’ basketball program Motion carried unanimously.

Upcoming meeting date/s: Dec. 16, 2019, at 6 p.m., because of the band/choir concert.

Meeting assignments: none Future agenda items: none Motion by Anders and seconded by Readinger, that the meeting be adjourned. Motion carried unanimously and the meeting adjourned at 7:47 p.m.

These minutes are unofficial and subject to amendment until approved at the next regular meeting of the Lake Holcombe Board of Education.

RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED, Jeffrey Anders, clerk 82311 • wnaxlp NOTICE Cadott Village Village Hall 110 Central Street Dec. 16, 2019 6:30 p.m.

The Village of Cadott will conduct a public hearing, regarding the Neighborhood Street and Storm Sewer Improvements, for the 2018 Community Development Block Grant – Public Facilities Program (CDBG-PF). The public is invited to attend to learn about the CDBG program, to help identify additional community and economic development needs, and to comment on project activities thus far. All information and records relating to the project, can be obtained from the village clerk during regular office hours. Written comments may also be submitted to the village clerk by Dec. 13.

The agenda for the public hearing is: 1. Eligible CDBG activities.

2. Discuss CDBG-PF project and progress to date.

3. Citizen input regarding the progress of the project and other CDBG activities.

4. Identification of any community development needs by the public.

Residents of the Village of Cadott are encouraged to attend, especially residents with low to moderate incomes.

The meeting room is handicap accessible. Persons needing additional accommodations should contact the village clerk, via telephone, at 715-289-4282, or via email: cadottvillageoffi [email protected] Sandra Buetow, village clerk 82011 • wnaxlp

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