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October 2017- EXPENSES
Robin Claunch – American Falls, ID (salary : $4,176.83)……………………………….…………………..………………….. $2,904.21
Debbie Curry – Arbon, ID (salary: $4,176.83 )……………… 2,910.45
Cheri Evans – Arbon, ID (6hrs @16.00 =$96.00) 88.66
Christie Evans – American Falls, ID (salary : $1,750 + $80.00 Internet Allowance) 1,437.29
Michele Hayden – Arbon, ID (76.75 aide hrs @$10.30 = $790.53) 730.06
Sheri Stewart – Arbon, ID (57.75 aide hrs, 4 subsitute hrs @ $10.30 = $677.23) 625.42
Shancy Lusk – Arbon, ID (310.00 Janitorial) 286.28
JoAnn Ward – Arbon, ID ($1100.00 Bus) 1010.85
State Tax Commission – Boise, ID (employee withholdings)…………………………………..……………………………. 439
Power County/EFPTS – Idaho Falls, ID (employee benefits & withholdings – federal 802.00 + soc. sec. 1,621.60 + medicare 379.24)…………..……. 2,802.84
Public Employee Retirement System of Idaho – Boise, ID (employee benefits & withholdings : $1,260.93+ 686.05)…………………………….… 1,946.98
Blue Cross of Idaho – Boise, ID (employee benefits & withholdings )…………………………………………………….. 2,992.60
Aflac – Columbus, GA (employee withholdings)………………………………………………………………………………………. 121.94
NCPERS Idaho – Dallas, TX (employee benefits & withholdings)……………………………………………………………………. 32
Rise Broadband – Omaha, NE (internet/Robin)……………………………………………………………………………………………. 43.97
Dish Network – Atlanta, GA (satellite)………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 49.98
Citi Cards – Des Moines, IA (Bldg Maint.Supplies, Teaching Supplies & REAP)……………………………………………………………………………. 428.28
Robin Claunch – American Falls, ID (Petty Cash 18 students @ $10.00 per student) 180
Chase Card Services – (REAP Chrome Books purchased from Amazon)…………..……. $1,594.30
TOTAL……………………………………………………………………………………………………… $20,625.11
Idaho Power Company – Seattle, WA (utilities)…….……………………………………………………………………………… $320.63
Direct Communication – Rockland, ID (phone $53.69 Internet 138.90)…………………………………………………………………………………….. 192.59
Fitch Transportation – Arbon, ID (contract transportation)………………………………………………………………………… 2,166.66
Renaissance – St. Paul, MN (Math and Reading software – REAP – 3 year term) 8,100.00
Promevo – Louisville, KY ( Reap- Chromebook Licenses) 360
ACE Hardware – American Falls, ID (Parking lot paint – Bldg Maintenance) 133.44
TOTAL………………………………………………………………………………………. $11,273.32
TOTAL M & O……………………………………………………………………………………. $31,898.43
Approved: 10/10/17 by school board

ARBON SCHOOL BOARD

September 19th, 2017 7:00PM

The Arbon School Board met on September 19th at 7:00 p.m. School board members, Jake Evans and Jessica Ward were present. Teacher,Debbie Curry and Business Manager, Christie Evans were present.

The motion was moved by Jake and seconded by Jessica to approve the agenda. The motion was moved by Jessica and seconded by Jake to approve the minutes.  The bills were reviewed.  The motion was moved by Jake and seconded by Jessica to approve them.  The total M & O expenses for August was $33,794.15  The school received $130,418.00 from the State Department, $1,230 from the Lottery, $327.77 from property taxes and $79.00 from the State Share Building maintenance fund. The school also received $214.82 from interest on investments. The school M & O balance is $279,254.61. The Plant Facility received $48.24 from interest the Plant Facility balance is $56,821.84. The motion was moved by Jessica and seconded by Jake to approve the financial statement.

Debbie Curry discussed our annual fun run that will be Saturday Sept. 23rd.  It is a successful fundraiser for the school. The funds are being raised for playground equipment. She is planning to set a date with the Museum of Idaho in Idaho Falls. The segment at the museum is on Space a Journey to our Future and the students have been studying astronomy.  District Evaluation Plan was on the agenda. The school board needs to generate a new evaluation plan.

Student manual for dual enrollment was reviewed and no changes were needed. The school was selected for the upcoming REAP grant. The board would like to improve the lighting outside of the school. Jake is going to seek out an electrician to discuss about installing LED lights around the building.

Student manual for visitors needs to be amended. The board recommended not to allow students let visitors into the building. Security cameras are installed but looking at wireless monitors for the teacher’s desks. By doing this the students wouldn’t be distracted.

The next meeting will be held on October 10th, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. The motion was moved by Jessica and seconded by Jake to adjourn the meeting.  The meeting adjourned at 8:30pm.

Approved: 10/10/2017 by School Board


ARBON SCHOOL BOARD ANNUAL MEETING

October 10th, 2017 7:00pm

1. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

2. CONSENT AGENDA

  • Minutes
  • Bills
  • Financial

3. TEACHERS

  • District Evaluation Policy Plan
  • Fun Run Results

4. NEW BUSINESS

  • Aide for large classroom

5.  OLD BUSINESS

  • Lighting Outside
  • Student/School Policy – Standard Procedure for visitors while school is in session.
  • Substitute Teachers – Background Checks.


Continuous Improvement Plan for Arbon Elementary #383

Arbon Valley Elementary #383

Continuous Improvement Plan

(Student Achievement and Classroom Instructional Goals)

Mission Statement: It is the mission of Arbon Elementary School District #383 to continue to educate all students to his or her highest potential and prepare and equip them with the necessary skills to excel at the next levels of education: junior high, senior high, and college.

Vision Statement: Two main areas of focus will allow Arbon Elementary to achieve its goals: student achievement and classroom instruction.

Strategic Plan: Develop and implement teaching strategies that align to common core standards and do so via the use of the most effective teaching strategies and technology available.

Data Analysis Required:

  • Demographics
    • Each and every student will be evaluated due to the relatively small size of School District #383 and lack of diversity among the students.
  • Student Achievement and growth
    • Academic will be based on Renaissance Star math and reading data
    • Keyboarding will be based on pre and post assessments
  • Graduation rates
    • Target of 100%
  • College and career readiness
    • Focus is on middle school/junior high readiness
      • Capable of efficiently utilizing digital media such as laptops, tablets, keyboarding, to access reliable information via the WEB

Clear and Measurable Targets Based On Student Outcomes:

  • 95% of students will perform at or above grade level based on Renaissance Star math and reading data
  • 100% of all students will graduate at or above grade level so they are ready for middle school
  • 100% of all students will be technologically ready for middle school

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs):

  • Grade equivalent performance, based on charts developed from the clear and measurable targets defined above which will be evaluated annually by the School Board
  • Keyboarding pre and post scores

Reviewed and Updated    08-15-2017


School Expenses – September 2017

September 2017 – EXPENSES
Robin Claunch – American Falls, ID (salary : $4,176.83)……………………………….…………………..………………….. $2,904.21
Debbie Curry – Arbon, ID (salary: $4176.83 + Contract Mowing: $390.00 + Water/Sprinkler: $221.45 + Reimbursement Chemicals: $102)……………… 3,546.92
Cheri Evans – Arbon, ID (24 hrs @16.00 =$384.00) 354.62
Christie Evans – American Falls, ID (salary : $1,750 + $80.00 Internet Allowance) 1,437.29
Shancy Lusk – Arbon, ID (26 hrs @ 20.00 = $520.00) 480.22
State Tax Commission – Boise, ID (employee withholdings)…………………………………..……………………………. 402
Power County/EFPTS – Idaho Falls, ID (employee benefits & withholdings – federal 868.00 + soc. sec. 1,392.40 + medicare 325.60)…………..……. 2,586.00
Public Employee Retirement System of Idaho – Boise, ID (employee benefits & withholdings : $701.09 + 1288.57)…………………………….… 1,989.66
Blue Cross of Idaho – Boise, ID (employee benefits & withholdings )…………………………………………………….. 2,992.60
Aflac – Columbus, GA (employee withholdings)………………………………………………………………………………………. 121.94
NCPERS Idaho – Dallas, TX (employee benefits & withholdings)……………………………………………………………………. 32
Rise Broadband – Omaha, NE (internet/Robin)……………………………………………………………………………………………. 43.97
Dish Network – Atlanta, GA (satellite)………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 49.98
Citi Cards – Des Moines, IA (Bldg Maint.Supplies, Teaching Supplies & REAP)……………………………………………………………………………. 1086.91
State Insurance Fund – Boise, ID (Teacher Benefits) 105
Power County/EFPTS – Idaho Falls, ID (employee benefits & withholdings – medicare $0.04 )…………..……. $0.04
TOTAL……………………………………………………………………………………………………… $18,133.36
Idaho Power Company – Seattle, WA (utilities)…….……………………………………………………………………………… $303.91
Direct Communication – Rockland, ID (phone $54.42 Internet 138.90)…………………………………………………………………………………….. 193.32
Fitch Transportation – Arbon, ID (contract transportation)………………………………………………………………………… 2,166.66
State Department of Education – Boise, ID (2017 SDE Regional Pre-Service Bus Training) 50
Noma Brado – American Falls, ID ( Annual Inspection/Parts & Labor of bus) 1037.5
Kellerstrass Enterprises, Inc – SLC, UT (Bus Fuel 500 gal. @ $2.49) 1505.22
Wall 2 Wall – Pocatello, ID (Bldg Maintenance : Carpet for the classrooms) $6,908.00
Gem State Paper & Supply – Twin Falls, ID ( Bldg. Maintenance: Cleaning Supplies) $204.80
Caxton – Caldwell, ID (Teaching Supplies: Lesson Plan books) $135.00
Southeastern Idaho Public Health – Pocatello, ID (School Nurse Services) $76.00
Jake Evans – Arbon, ID (Reimbursement for electrical supplies for security cameras) $99.18
Omni Security Systems, Inc – Rigby, ID (Installing & Parts for security cameras) $2,971.20
Fire Services of Idaho – Pocatello, ID ( Inspection of fire extinguisher for bus) $10.00
TOTAL………………………………………………………………………………………. $15,660.79
TOTAL M & O……………………………………………………………………………………. $33,794.15