The Clipper - Malcolm Public Schools

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The Clipper - Malcolm Public Schools
“The Clipper”
The Clipper is published twice monthly during the school year,
once a month in June, July, & August by Malcolm Public Schools
10004 NW 112th, Malcolm,NE 68402 402-796-2151,#1 High School,#2 Elementary,#3 Business/Superintendent
July 24, 2008 [Issue 21, Volume 29]
Fall Activities Parent Meetings
August 11, 2008 - 6:30pm - Sports
August 18, 2008 - 6:30pm - Drama/Speech
The parent meeting for all Jr/Sr High School Fall Sports
will be held on Monday, August 11, 2008 at 6:30pm in
the High School Gym. All participation fees will be due.
The parent meeting for Drama/Speech will be held on Monday,
August 18, 2008 at 6:30pm at the High School.
The sports meeting will begin in the gym with a short meeting
for all parents, and then each sport/activity will meet separately.
Each child must have at least one parent or guardian at the meeting. There will be an opportunity for parents to ask questions
and learn more about what to expect during the season. Cheerleaders and parents will meet immediately following the sports
m eetings.
Kitchen Opening
Malcolm Public Schools
has an opening for a parttime kitchen aide, beginning
in August for the 20082009 school year. There
are two shifts available,
8:30am - 2:00pm and 10:30am - 1:30pm hours are approximate and sub hours may
be available when there is a need. Please contact the business office to obtain an application or if you have any questions.
Board Passes Bond Issue Resolution
Gene C. Neddenriep, Superintendent
Following a recommendation from a community taskforce
committee, which was formed to study the K-12 facility
needs, the Malcolm Board of Education passed a Bond Issue Resolution calling for a school bond election on Tuesday, September 9 t h , 2008. The issue would be in a principal amount not to exceed $8.3 million for the purpose of
paying the costs of constructing additions to and renovations of the existing school facilities, and providing the
necessary furniture, equipment and apparatus for such
facilities. The committee spokesman, Steve Schmalken,
indicated the committee worked diligently to study the K12 current and future needs. He noted the elementary
and middle school are in the most need of regular and
special education classroom space and significant renovations to the elementary indoor air quality and fire sprinkler systems, are needed. The board is working with the
bonding agency to keep the proposed and current bond
levies less than the original high school issue passed eleven
years ago. Please watch for future articles in the “Clipper”
that will designate times for community information meetings.
Essay Winners
Mrs. Moore, Fourth Grade
The Pleasant Dale Legion Auxiliary has announced the third and fourth grade winners in
their Americanism Essay Contest. The theme
for this year was “America - Home of the Brave,
Land That I Love”. Winners of the Class I division were:
•First Place - Sarah Behlen- 4th Gr.
•Second Place - Seth Gissler-3rd Gr.
•Third Place - Jacob Johanson-3rd Gr.
•Honorable Mention - Sheridan Swotek-4th Gr.
Congratulations to these wonderful writers, and
good luck to Sarah! Her essay will be advanced
to the District Level to compete against winners
from surrounding school districts.
Pictured (l-r) Seth Gissler, Jacob Johanson,
Sheridan Swotek, and Sarah Behlen.
Malcolm Public Schools
“The Clipper” July 24, 2008
KLKN’s Best Of
Class 2008 Jennifer Meyer and Morgan
Densberger were chosen to
represent Malcolm High
School at KLKN Channel 8’s
Best of Class. Seniors from
across the Channel 8 viewing area were honored for
their achievements in and
out of the classroom. Congratulations on the honor!
Accompanist Needed
Malcolm Public Schools is in need
of an accompanist for the Choir program. The Choir is well disciplined
and is very talented. Position includes playing for contests, concerts, and some
outside rehearsals for Junior/Senior High. Very
flexible with hours. If interested or you have
questions, please contact Michael Beach at 402450-7286 (cell) or leave a message at 796-2151,
#2.
Summer Weights
JH Track Finishes Strong
Lisa Baker, Junior High Track Coach
It was a tough season for the Junior High Track Team. The weather
was cold and wet, and we had
strong competition from other
teams. But, there is a happy ending to this story. The athletes consistently improved and we coaches were repeatedly impressed by the athlete’s dedication and
drive. The students pushed themselves to compete well as a team and kept beating their personal
bests; an important skill in an athlete and in life. It
was very rewarding to watch the students push
themselves against all odds. As parents, you should
be very proud of your children. Way to go Clippers!
Malcolm Booster Meeting
All interested parents and patrons
are welcome to become a part of
the Malcolm Boosters. The Boosters support Malcolm athletics
through hosting an annual volleyball tournament, holiday basketball tournament, wrestling invite,
and numerous other athletic events. The money
raised by the Boosters is put back into the athletic
programs of the school. The next meeting of the
Boosters will be Sunday, August 17th at 7:00pm in
the Administration Building. If you have any questions, please contact Kevin Lostroh at 796-2585.
Just a reminder that there is summer weightlifting for all 7-12 grade
athletes. The 9-12 grades are conditioning at 6:30am every Monday through Thursday and the 7-8 graders are conditioning on Tuesday and Thursday at 8:00am.
Football Practice Times
Mr. Amen, Head Football Coach
Football conditioning will
begin on Monday, August
4th. Times will be announced
at Football Camp. Actual football practice will begin on
Monday, August 11th from
3:45pm - 6:45pm with a halfhour break during practice.
There will not be two-a-days as in previous years
due to high gas prices. Rather than have the student-athletes travel to Malcolm twice a day, we
will hold a longer single practice. If you have any
questions, please contact Mr. Amen.
Football Letter Addition
Malcolm sophomore (2007-08) Cody Densberger
lettered in football for the 2007 season. He was
omitted from the list at the Athletic Banquet.
Congratulations Cody on your letter!
Malcolm Public Schools
“The Clipper” July 24, 2008
Attention Malcolm Parents
Fourth Grade Field Trip
Jack Tarr, CAA, AD - Troy Pritchett, Assistant AD
Brittany Jennett, Fourth Grader
This letter is to bring to your attention
something you can do for your student athletes and the Malcolm athletic programs.
The Malcolm Boosters help promote athletics and help the athletic department raise
money for equipment that may not be able to be budgeted for. Over
the past two years, this group has raised and given to the school
over $30,000 worth of equipment for the weight room, track, football, basketball, wrestling, volleyball and other programs.
On April 23rd, the fourth graders went to the Museum
of Nebraska History, Morrill Hall, and the State Capitol.
We need your help. The parents that are on the board and run this
organization have juniors and seniors - thus, they will be leaving the
program in the next couple of years. This means we need your involvement. We need you to serve on the Booster Committee, attend
monthly meetings, and help with Booster activities. Some of the
events that the boosters sponsor are:
Host Volleyball Tournament
Run Cross Country Invite
Football Chain Gang/Clock
Host Wrestling Invite
Host Track Invite
Clock/Book/Lines for volleyball games
Run District/Conference Meets
Host Holiday Basketball Tourney
Clock/Books for basketball games
Host Athletic Banquet
Why do they do this? We have one of the best facilities in the state
for a Class C-2 school. It takes a lot of hard work, time and energy
to put on a program like Malcolm has. If you want to continue this
program, we need your help. Please consider this an invitation to
become active in the Boosters.
We would like to invite you to join us on Sunday, August 17th at
7:00pm in the Administration Building. As AD’s of the school, we
are asking for your help next year - and the years beyond. Please
help keep this program the great one it is!
“You may be disappointed
if you fail,
but you are doomed
if you don’t try.”
Beverly Sills
Museum of Nebraska History
The Museum of Nebraska History was the first stop
of our field trip. We got to see a buffalo skeleton, touch
the buffalo and things that are made from it. There was
a sod house that was made in the 1880’s. We were able
to go inside and see things that would be in a sod
house. It was very dark and just one room. A string
was used to close the door.
They had a general store made to look like one that
was in Seward, Nebraska. They had a windmill on one
of the displays. Windmills were used for pumping water. When the wind blew, it would turn the pump below
it to bring up the water. There was a big picture of
Nebraska on the ground. We found where we live and
where Malcolm is. It was a great place to be!
Morrill Hall
There is a big mammoth in the front entrance of the
building. It was founded in 1922 in Lincoln County,
Nebraska. There were games to play, like a game that
had a magnifying glass and you would have a little scoop
and under the magnifying glass you could see what
you picked up in a big picture. I played a game that
you pick a country and find things in the ground.
State Capitol Building
We walked in and went through
the Hall of Fame. The images
were leaders of Nebraska some we knew and some we
didn’t know. Our tour guide
showed us the ceiling and floor.
They were made out of marble.
For example, the floor had pictures of ladies doing different
types of jobs. We got to lie
down on the floor and see the
ceiling that had pictures of symbols. A little bit below
the ceiling were pictures of pioneer families. We went
to the Supreme Court Room where the seven judges
make their rulings. This is used during the first week of
each month.
Thanks to MPTO for funding part of this trip.
Malcolm Public Schools “The Clipper” July 24, 2008
Clipper
Schedule of Events
2008-2009 Cheerleaders!
Susan Olson, Sponsor
**Times and Schedule Subject to Change
Your 2008-2009 Malcolm Cheerleaders are:
Monday, August 4 - Friday, August 8
3:30 PM
9-12 Football Conditioning ONLY HS Football
Monday, August 11
12:01 AM
7-12 CC Conditioning - Meet @ HS
7:45 AM
Teacher In-Service
3:30 PM
9-12 VB Conditioning
3:45 - 6:45
9-12 FB Practice - There will be a
½ hour break during practice
Seniors - Mandy Magee (co-captain), Paige Olson (co-captain)
Juniors - Shelby Eucker, Michelle Fry, Caitlin Meyer
Sophomores - Katie Burianek, Laurel Jordan, Chelsea Lewis,
Jessica Scheidt
The cheerleaders and sponsors wish to extend special thank
you’s to the Administration and School Board for reinstating
Malcolm Cheer and to this year’s cheer judges - Chrissa Bonow,
Stacy Helms, Ann Kramer, and Casey VanNurden.
Tuesday, August 12
7:45 AM
Teacher In-Service
3:30 PM
9-12 VB/CC Conditioning
3:45 - 6:45
9-12 FB Practice
The cheerleaders are working hard this summer to learn this
year’s cheers and routines. We hope you will support the cheerleaders at their upcoming fundraising events.
Wednesday, August 13
7:45 AM
Teacher In-Service
3:30 PM
9-12 CC/VB Conditioning
3:45 - 6:45
9-12 FB Practice
• August 3 - Car Wash at Wells Fargo Bank
27th & Superior
• August 15th - Back to School Spaghetti Feed
at the Malcolm Lutheran Church
• August 22nd - Back to School Dance
Thursday, August 14
8:10 AM
K-12 School Begins
3:45 PM
9-12 VB/CC Conditioning - FB Practice
Pictured Left (l-r) Shelby Eucker,
Paige Olson, Mandy Magee,
Michelle Fry, Caitlin Meyer
Friday, August 15
3:45 PM
9-12 CC/VB Conditioning - FB Practice
Monday, August 18
3:45 PM
7-12 VB/FB/CC Practice
7:00
Board Meeting @ Board Room
Pictured Right (l-r) Katie Burianek,
Laurel Jordan, Chelsea Lewis, Jessica
Scheidt
Tuesday, August 19
3:45 PM
7-12 FB/CC/VB Practice
Wednesday, August 20
3:45 PM
7-12 CC/VB/FB Practice
Thursday, August 21
3:45 PM
7-12 VB/FB/CC Practice
Friday, August 22
3:45 PM
7-12 FB/CC/VB Practice
Parents...
Don’t forget that student
athletes MUST have physicals before conditioning and practices
begin, in order to participate!!!
Bus Service
If you are an option student at Malcolm
and interested in being considered for
bus service during the 2008-09 school
year, please call Julie at the business office at 796-2151, #3.
Option transportation is only available if the bus routes for
resident students are not full. It is not guaranteed from year to
year and the bus stops may change. Transportation costs for
option transportation will remain the same as this year - $250
for the first child, $125 for the second, and $62.50 for the
third, with a maximum cost per family of $437.50 per year.
Payment for transportation MUST be made before the
school year starts. If option transportation is not paid
by the start of school - no transportation will be provided.
Malcolm Public Schools “The Clipper” July 24, 2008
Summertime - Activity Tips
Have you planned activities to keep your teen busy this
summer? Research shows that teens who are involved in
constructive and adult-supervised activities are less likely
to use drugs. Following are some creative ideas to engage
your teen in summer fun:
• Plan a supervised camping trip with friends
• Take a trip to a free museum or public zoo
• Visit colleges on-line or plan a college trip
• Volunteer at least once a week
• Take a dance or cooking class-learn a new skill
• Train for a sporting event, like a triathalon
• Become a mentor or camp counselor
For more information and tips about your teen’s summer,
go here: http://theantidrug.com/SchoolsOut/
The Malcolm Action
Coalition is sponsoring this information
in conjunction with
the Lancaster County
Community Prevention Groups.
MAC Billboard
Malcolm students designed the billboard
that sits just east of Casey’s on Highway
34. The anti-smoking message was designed by Malcolm students who attended the “Smokescreen Conference” in
April. Thank you for your time and commitment to a healthy lifestyle.
Evan Carroll
Payton Everett
Spencer Gregg
Tyler Guernsey
Landon Kester
Shannon McCoy
Autumn Rivers
Scott Schmalken
Deidre Slepicka
Malcolm Wrestling Club
Kelly Streeter, MYSA Wrestling Club Director
The Malcolm Wrestling Club started off the season with the presenting of
individual awards. A “Workhorse Grappler” attended 60% of the team
16 wrestlers to the Huskerland State Meet in Kearney.
tournaments in the previous season. The Ironman Award was given to
Those who placed at State were:
those who showed the utmost perseverance throughout the season.
Workhorse Grapplers: Austin Glause, Austin Pitts, Beau Dostal, Dalton
Engelbart, Jake Roberts, Shane Mandery, Ben Dostal, Jared Eucker, Mason Glause, Thomas Dalton, James Burruss, Josh Johanson, Luke Mandery,
Nick Roberts, and Kalub Streeter.
Dalton Engelbart - 2nd
Austin Glause - 4th
Luke Mandery - 3rd
Slade McClain - 4th
Thank you to the wrestlers who gave 100% and to
the parents who supported them. Without your supMost Pins - Mason Glause, Most Wins - Dalton Engelbart, Most Improved- port through practices, meets, and running our tournament, our club could never be what it is! Thanks
Shane Mandery, Ironman Award - Thomas Dalton & Jared Eucker.
to the coaches who gave so much time and attention to the team. You are what keep these kids comThis year’s team received a record number of team points. The club sent
ing back for more!
Malcolm Public Schools “The Clipper” July 24, 2008
Cross Country Alumni Addresses Needed
Calling All Harriers...
Carl Peters, Class of 1989
Bob Hoyer, Head Cross Country Coach
I need your assistance to locate these CC Alumni with
either their current e-mail or home addresses. If you
know of any former TEAM members that have not been receiving the season
updates and they are not on this list, please let me know. Thanks for all your
help and I hope to be seeing many of you this coming season.
Anderson, Linda
Arnold, Nick
Berry, Laura
Boelts, Katie
Bomberger, Lynn
Booton, Michael
Booton, Tacia
Burney, Audrey
Burow, Kristi
Burruss, Charlie
Campbell, Matt
Day, Jeremy
Day, Jesse
Duffy, Leanne
Enocksson, Magnus
Gerlach, Ann
Gerlach, Ed
Gersib, Traci
Groetzinger, Todd
Grove, Emily
Haaxman, Remco
Heckman, Justin
Heidtbrink, Lisa
Hirai, Sara
Holka, Jeff
Jolliffe, TJ
Kapke, Dillon
Kildare, Jade
Kollars, Kayla
Krajnik, Nick
Kroeger, Kari
Krotz, Derek
Larson, Jake
Lee, Jason
Luben, Natalie
Marshall, Morgan
Matthes, Justin
Meinberg, Bryan
Meyer, Trevor
Michel, Jamie
Miller, Jeremy
Morehead, Kris
Morehead, Patrick
Morehead, Tiara
Oltman, Amy
Ridder, Amy
Ridder, Kyle
Ridder, Pat
Rippe, David
Roof, Katie
Schildt, Ryan
Schmalken, Antonia
Schmidt, Ernie
Spath, Bill
Spevak, Dana
Stone, Chris
Swanson, Sam
Thomas, Wade
Tonkinson, Randy
Ward, Sharice
Watson, Tim
West, Iain
Whalen, Zach
Wheelock, Kara
Wilkensen, Jim
Williams, Joe
Wilson, Adam
Wilson, Angel
Wilson, George
Worster, Tom
FEMA - Disaster Assistance
Lancaster County
Homeowners, renters, and business owners may be eligible for disaster aid.
Government disaster assistance covers basic needs only and will not normally
compensate you for your entire loss. If you have insurance, the government
may help pay for basic needs not covered under your insurance policy. Some
disaster aid does not have to be paid back, while other assistance may come in
the form of loans.
When you apply for disaster assistance, please have the following:
• Social Security number
• Daytime phone number where FEMA can call you back
• Current mailing address where you are staying
• Address and zip code of the damaged property
• Directions to the damaged home or property
• Private insurance information, if available
Disaster recovery assistance is available without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national
origin, age, disability, or economic status. If you or someone you know has been discriminated
against, contact FEMA at 800-621-FEMA or TTY:800-462-7585 or contact your State Office of Equal Rights.
Malcolm won their first State Cross Country Championship in 1988! Twenty years later, I would like to
invite you all back to Malcolm for a Cross Country
Reunion. I hope this event will allow us to reconnect
with old teammates and meet individuals that have
carried on the tradition of excellence over the last 20
years.
This year’s
C r o s s
Country
season will
kick-off
with a time
trial at
Branched
Oak Lake on Thursday, August 28th at 6:00pm. The
traditional picnic will follow. If any of you have the
old TEAM shirts, bring them for display or wear them
to the time trials. I would like to organize those who
can participate into co-ed teams. We will participate
in the picnic following. Friday night the football team
kicks off their season at home at 7:00pm. Come out
and cheer on the Clippers! If you haven’t been by the
school in the past few years, you will want to check
out the new stadium and all-weather track.
On Saturday or Sunday, it would be great if we could
have some sort of barbeque or banquet. In order to
plan for this I will need to know how many are interested. If you could e-mail me with your interest at:
ma[email protected] that would give us a
head count. Families are welcome and encouraged to
join in these events.
This could be a lot of fun and I hope you can all
make it!
FEMA NUMBERS
Call: 1-800-621-FEMA (3362)
TTY: 1-800-462-7585
Or apply on-line: www.fema.gov
Disaster Period
May 22 - June 22
Malcolm Public Schools “The Clipper” July 24, 2008
Minutes – Board of Education
July 17, 2008 Special Meeting
The Board of Education, School District 148 of Lancaster County, Nebraska met in Special Session on Thursday, July 17, 2008 at 6:00
PM at the district Board Room, 10004 NW 112th St, Malcolm, to receive, review, consider and take all necessary action on the K-12 Facility
Study and recommendations submitted by the Facilities Taskforce Committee. Notice of this meeting was provided by posted notice on July 11,
2008 in five public places. The following Board members were present for this meeting: Michelle Bice, Donald Densberger, Keith Groeling,
Cheryl Lindner, Kevin Lostroh and Craig Vanderkolk. Superintendent Gene Neddenriep was present as were nine community members of the
Taskforce Committee, Pat Phalen of DLR and Cody Wickham of D.A.Davidson & Co. President of the Board, Don Densberger called the
meeting to order at 6:00 PM and noted that the Open Meetings Act is posted on a bulletin board on the North wall of the meeting room.
Pat Phalen of DLR began discussion by thanking the members of the Taskforce Committee. Steve Schmalken of the Committee then
reviewed the process the Committee used in their study and the various factors they took into consideration in determining the needs of the
District. Ultimately, the Committee made a recommendation to the Board of Education calling for a Resolution for a Special Election in Lancaster
County School District 148 on September 9, 2008 for a bond issue not to exceed $8.3 million dollars. Mr. Phalen then reviewed some details of
the facility study and recommendation, including renovation of the HVAC system in the elementary school to alleviate the Indoor Air Quality issue,
and the costs of such as well as the addition of some new classrooms, a new elementary reception area and moving some special use rooms to
the outside perimeter of the building for easier access by the public. Cody Wickham discussed financing of the bond issue and suggested a bond
payment schedule which would lessen the impact of a bond levy until the current bond issue has been paid off. He indicated the bond issue could
be structured to level the tax levy so future residents would pay more toward supporting the school. It was noted that the combined issues would
have a lower tax levy than the high school bond issue did initially.
After further questions and discussion, Craig Vanderkolk moved to accept the Facility Taskforce Committee recommendation and
introduce a Resolution (copy of which is attached to the minutes on file, and herein included by reference.) calling for a Special Election in the
Malcolm Public School District on September 9, 2008, for a bond issue not to exceed $8.3 million dollars. Keith Groeling seconded the motion.
With no further questions, vote by roll call was as follows: YES – Bice, Densberger, Groeling, Lindner, Lostroh and Vanderkolk. NAYS – none.
Motion 7-2008-71SP passed.
Groeling moved for adjournment, seconded by Lindner. By voice vote - all voted in favor. Chairman Densberger declared the meeting
ended at 6:56 PM.
Respectfully submitted,
Dianne Y. Kleist
Recording Secretary
Minutes – Board of Education
July 21, 2008
The Board of Education, School District 148 of Lancaster County, Nebraska, met in regular public session on Monday, July 21, 2008
at 7:00 PM at the district Administrative Building, 10004 NW 112th St., Malcolm, NE 68402. Notice of this meeting was given in the minutes of
the June 16, 2008 meeting published in the June 19, 2008 issue of The Clipper. Further notice of this meeting was posted on July 17, 2008 in five
public places. The following Board members were present for this meeting: Michelle Bice, Donald Densberger, Keith Groeling, Cheryl Lindner,
Kevin Lostroh, and Craig Vanderkolk. Administrators present were Gene Neddenriep, Greg Adams, Ryan Terwilliger. Chairman, Don Densberger
called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM and noted that the Open Meetings Act is posted on the north wall of the meeting room.
Keith Groeling moved to approve the consent agenda for the meeting which included minutes of the June 16, 2008 and the July 17, 2008
meetings, seconded by Lostroh. Voting by roll call as follows: YES - Bice, Densberger, Groeling, Lindner, Lostroh, Vanderkolk. NAYS - none.
Motion 7-2008-72 passed.
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Financial Summary
“July 21, 2008”
School Accounts
Previous Bal1 06/01/2008
Receipts
Disbursements
Cash in Cking 06/30/2008
Invested:
Lanc. Co. Treasurer:
Previous Bal 06/01/08
Receipts
Disbursements
Cash on Hand 06/30/2008
NSDLAF (Investment)
Previous Bal 06/01/08
Receipts
Disbursements
Cash on Hand 06/30/2008
General
$1,250,864.33
$250,240.44
$331,553.27
$69,379.69
$1,100,171.81
General
$12,893.83
$40,877.20
$13,226.24
$40,544.79
Lunch
$9,707.06
$2,631.83
$7,088.64
$889.42
$4,360.83
Spc Bldg
$157,484.90
$246.49
$1,220.40
$156,510.99
Activity
$188,066.55
$6,045.86
$12,000.28
$30,004.52
$152,107.61
Bond
$721.50
$3,289.32
$745.19
$3,265.63
Bus Deprec
$3,664.57
$0.78
$0.00
$3,665.35
$0.00
Student Fees
$4,385.17
$0.00
$93.70
$4,291.47
$0.00
Spc Bldg
$1,666.54
-$439.84
$8.87
$1,217.83
Bond Fund
$394,372.07
$580.98
$31,505.33
$363,447.72
Communications from the Public:
Unfinished Business:
New Business:
In consideration of three bids received for propane for the 2008-2009 school year, Lostroh moved to accept the propane bid of $2.079
cents per gallon from Country Side Energy at Firth seconded by Bice. Voting by roll as follows: YES - Densberger, Groeling, Lindner, Lostroh,
Vanderkolk, Bice. NAYS - none. Motion 7-2008-73 passed.
In consideration of two bids received for milk for the school lunch program for the 2008-2009 school year, Lindner moved to accept
the milk bid from Meadow Gold for the 2008-2009 school year, seconded by Groeling. Voting by roll as follows: YES: Groeling, Lindner,
Lostroh, Vanderkolk, Bice, Densberger. NAYS – none. Motion 7-2008-74 passed.
In consideration of school lunch prices for the 2008-2009 school year, Dianne Kleist reviewed the financial status of the lunch program
at the end of the 2007-2008 year. Following an extensive analysis of income and expenditures, Bice moved to set lunch prices as follows: K-6
$2.20; 7-12 $2.40; Adults $3.00; Student Ala Carte $2.00; Adult Ala Carte $2.50; Breakfast $1.20 and Milk $.35.. The motion was seconded by
Vanderkolk. Voting by roll as follows: YES – Lindner, Lostroh, Vanderkolk, Bice, Densberger, Groeling. NAYS – none. Motion 7-2008-75
passed.
In review of the action taken at the Special July 17, 2008 meeting of the Board to call for a Bond Election on September 9, 2008 for no
more than $8.3 million for renovation of the HVAC system and renovation and addition of space to the Westfall and High Schoos, Lostroh
moved to confirm and ratify by Resolution all Board action taken at the July 17, 2008 Special Board Meeting, seconded by Groeling. Voting by
roll as follows: YES – Lostroh, Vanderkolk, Bice, Densberger, Groeling, Lindner. NAYS – none. Motion 7-2008-76 passed.
Lindner moved that the board enter executive session for the purpose of performance review and salary negotiations with the Administrative staff, seconded by Bice. Voting by roll as follows: YES – Vanderkolk, Bice, Densberger, Groeling, Lindner, Groeling. NAYS - none.
Motion 7-2008-77 passed. The Board entered closed session at 8:10 PM. Upon a motion by Bice, seconded by Lostroh, roll call vote with all
members voting YES, the Board entered regular session at 10:31 PM.
Chairman Densberger expressed the Board’s satisfaction with the performance of the three administrators over the last year. Following
salary proposals and discussion, Lostroh moved to approve Administrative salaries as presented, seconded by Lindner. Voting in favor as
follows: YES – Densberger, Groeling, Lindner, Lostroh, Vanderkolk, Bice. NAYS – none. Motion 7-2008-78 passed.
Malcolm Public Schools “The Clipper” July 24, 2008
Administrative Reports
Greg Adams, HS Principal
- reported that Jody Joel, who will be a long-term substitute teacher for the district this coming year will share Head Volleyball
Coaching duties with Chad Eichenberger.
- also reported that Scott Smalley is interested in starting a “Skills USA” Chapter related to Industrial Technology, similar in
function to FBLA and the former VICA program.
Gene Neddenriep, Superintendent
- extended an invitation to Board members for the Staff Welcome Back Breakfast on Monday, August 11 at 8:00 AM.
- Informed Board members they have the opportunity to purchase health insurance coverage through the BCBS Educators
Health Alliance plan sponsored by the Malcolm Public School District, at their own cost.
Groeling moved for adjournment, seconded by Bice. Voting YES – all. Chairman Densberger declared the meeting ended at
10:45 PM.
Respectfully submitted,
Dianne Y. Kleist
Recording Secretary
The next regular meeting of the Board will be August 18, 2008 at 7:00 PM at the District Administration Building, 10004 NW 112 St. ,
Malcolm, NE. An agenda kept continually current is available for review at the office of the Superintendent during normal business hours.
It will be modified as need dictates. Said meeting will be open to the public.
General Fund Expenditures
July 21, 2008
Payroll
ABDO Publishing Co.
All-Tel
Aschenbrenner, Jolene
Assoc. for Supervision/Curriculum Development
Avaya
Banc of America Leasing
Barone Security Systems
Benes Service
Biggerstaff Plumbing
Bolte, Chris
Carson Dellosa Publishing Co.
CDW-G
CIT Technology Service Inc.
Control Management Inc.
Demma Wood Floors
Dietze Music House
EBSCO
ESU #6
Farmer’s Co-op
Fastenal
First Concord
$ 260,851.02
$
580.30
$
170.77
$
270.00
$
124.00
$
255.70
$
642.02
$
185.94
$
162.53
$ 1,357.85
$
21.38
$
2.99
$
199.99
$ 1,449.56
$
1,410.00
$
600.00
$
242.00
$
1,493.10
$ 20,376.35
$
1,250.01
$
129.60
$
166.40
Wages/Benefits
Library Books - WF
Cellular Phone Service
Speech/Language Therapy
Annual Dues - GA
Phone System Service Agreement
Copier Lease
Replaced Batteries for FACP
Parts for School Vehicle
Test Backflows/Repair
Storage Bins - Health Aide Office
4th Grade Classroom Supplies
Printer for SPED Program
Copier Lease
Honeywell System Automation Service-Qrtly
Recoat HS Gym Floor
Instrument Repairs
Library Periodicals
SPED/Internet/Paper
Diesel/Propane
Maintenance Supplies
FLEX 125 Adm. Fees
Malcolm Public Schools “The Clipper” July 24, 2008
Galaxy Cablevision
Gale Publishing
Haralson, Jennifer
Hillyard
IKON
Interstate Battery Center
Journal Star Printing Co.
Kidwell
Kiner Supply Co.
Konica Minolta
L & W Garbage Service
Ludwig, Beth
Menard’s North Store
Nasco
National Middle School Association
NE Council of School Administrators
Norris Public Power District
Office Depot
Perry, Guthery, Haase et al
Publishers Quality Library Service
Security Equipment Inc.
Sherwin Williams
TechMasters
Textbook Warehouse
Trane US Inc.
Turf Supply Company, Inc.
Village of Malcolm
VISA - Union Bank
Windstream
World Almanac Education
Wright Express
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
872.78
9.74
222.42
790.92
154.24
736.00
638.20
215.00
30.53
544.00
336.00
725.44
500.30
110.88
65.00
736.00
4,882.40
199.18
259.50
1,767.41
281.00
75.43
242.00
1,406.63
386.25
561.00
1,753.28
532.04
493.14
66.88
195.45
Checks Written Out Of Cycle
US Post Office
NCSA
UNL - Barkley Center
Awards Unlimited
$
$
$
$
154.70
130.00
73.00
23.65
Distance Learning Cable
HS Library Book
Visually Impaired SPED
Custodial Supplies
Copier Lease/Property Tax Assessed
Batteries
Teacher Ad
Installed Receptacle & Breaker
Plumbing Supplies
Copier Service Contract
June Garbage Service
Pre-School SPED Service
Maintenance Supplies
Classroom Supplies
School Membership
Dues/Conference Registration
Electric Service
Tech Supplies/Office Supplies
Legal Fees
Library Books - WF/HS
Repair Wireless Transmitter
Paint/Varnish
Repair Walk-In Freezer & Cooler
Spanish Textbooks
Repair Chiller
Lawn Chemicals
Water/Sewer Service
Stamped Envelopes/Tech Supplies
Phone Service
HS Library Book
Fuel for School Vehicles
Clipper/Board Minute Postage
Adm. Days Registration
Audio Evaluation
Memorial Plaque
$312,111.90
School Lunch Fund
Payroll
$
1,975.98
Wages/Benefits
$ 1,975.98
School Phone Numbers
High School
Westfall
796-2151, #1
796-2151, #2
Business Office
796-2151, #3
Malcolm Public Schools “The Clipper” July 24, 2008
SUGGESTED SCHOOL SUPPLIES
3rd & 4 thGrade
Kindergarten
box of crayons
paint shirt
scissors - fiskars brand
markers
large box of kleenex
2 glue sticks
pencils
pencils
erasers
colored pencils
glue sticks
2 big boxes kleenex
1 notebook for journaling
1 packages of wide ruled 3 hole notepaper
scissors - adult size
thin markers
2 red pens for correcting
2 highlighters
5 individual pocket folders - one of each
of the following color: yellow, blue, purple,
green, orange
crayons
mechanical pencil - .7 lead
pens
crayons
markers
colored pencils for map work
pencils
erasers
scissors
glue stick
2 packages of lined loose-leaf paper
5 two pocket folders
3 boxes of kleenex
200 - 3 x 5 index cards
5 spiral notebooks
4th Grade
First Grade
crayons
glue sticks
markers
pencils - regular size
scissors - fiskars brand
colored pencils
Fifth/Sixth Grade
1½” hardcover binder (not vinyl) with pockets
Physical Education
1 package of 5 index tab dividers with labels
Pencil Pouch
Boots, hard or black soled shoes
Extra pocket folder any color
will not be allowed on the gym floor.
1 Red, Blue, and Green Pen
3 book covers
1 small container for art supplies
2 pens: blue, red, or green
MALCOLM
PUBLIC
SCHOOLS
Second Grade
pencil eraser
1 pocket folder for papers
sharp pointed scissors-fiskars brand
pencils
crayons - 8 pack
2 large boxes of kleenex
glue
markers
1 notebook
colored pencils
Office Depot ID #70064234
JR/SR HIGH SCHOOL - SUGGESTED ITEMS
Pocket Folders
Notebook Paper
Colored Pencils
Red Pens
3-Ring Binders
Black/Blue Pens
Spiral Notebooks
* Course specific items may be suggested after the first day of school
Malcolm Public Schools “The Clipper” July 24, 2008
CLIPPER
CLASSIFIEDS
PINNACLE BANK IS OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK AT OUR
4646 West Huntington Location, located inside the IGA MarketPlace.
Member FDIC. Equal Housing Lender.
NEW THINGS ON THE HORIZON!!! JOIN US FOR
WORSHIP at 9:00am each Sunday. Church construction going
well...come see. We’d love to have you. Consider yourself invited!!!
Campers welcome. Sunday School will begin on September 7th. Zion
Evangelical Lutheran Church, 2244 NW 126th. 796-2433.
“AN OUTDOOR AFFAIR”- RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL
LANDSCAPE Design, installation and maintenance - Hardscapes and
water features - Landscape consultation - Outdoor lighting systems Seasonal lighting by Brite Ideas - Bulk hardwood mulch. New to the
Lincoln/Raymond area - 13 years experience - Horticulture Degree from
UNL - Nebraska Certified Nurseryman - Award winning landscapes.
E - mail: [email protected] or call (402)783-2021, cell
phone (402)314-7815 for information. Mark Charipar
NEXT REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETING - THE
NEXT regular meeting of the Board will be held on Monday,
August 18, 2008 at 7:00PM at the District Administration Building.
Said meeting is open to the public. An agenda, kept continually
current, is available for review at the office of the Superintendent
during normal business hours. It will be modified as need dictates.
SUMMER IS HERE - COME ENJOY THE “SON”! IT IS
TIME to get out and enjoy life. Come enjoy life and the Word of
God at our worship service every Sunday at 9:00am, Sunday School
at 9:30am. Malcolm United Methodist Church.
SEE WHAT’S GOING ON IN THE COMMUNITY! BY
EITHER attending board meetings, which are the first Wednesday of each month, August 6, 2008 at 7:30pm at the Malcolm
Village Hall located at 137 E. 2nd St., or by reading the minutes of each meeting which are posted at the Post Office,
Village Hall, or Auction Barn.
PRE-SCHOOL IN MALCOLM AREA OPENING IN
SEPTEMBER 2008. Please call Lynn to register @ 402-4167626. Conveniently located off of Hwy 34 - Degree in Early Childhood Education - Years of experience working with children.
RURAL HIGH SPEED INTERNET - GET RID OF YOUR
DIAL up Internet. Affordable Internet Solutions provides high speed
Internet to Rural Malcolm, Garland, and Raymond area starting at $29.00
per month. No phone line needed. www.ais-ne.com or 402-525-8696
JOIN US FOR A GREAT BREAKFAST ON SUNDAY,
JULY 27th, 8:00am - 12:00pm. Pancakes, sausage, scrambled
eggs, biscuits and gravy, coffee, juice. Adults - $5.00 Children (12
& under) - $2.00. Garland Legion Post #369
WE WOULD LIKE TO EXTEND A SINCERE THANK YOU
TO our friends in the Malcolm community for the overwhelming support we received after Michelle’s accident and the death of our Mother
and Grandmother. Your cards, visits, telephone calls, food, flowers,
gifts, and most of all prayers, have helped all of us through this difficult
time. You have touched our hearts and your thoughtfulness will never be
forgotten. The Lindner Family
FOR SALE: 2001 FORD TAURUS, 105K MILES, GOOD
CONDITION, great school car. $3,500.00. Call 796-2323.
DESK - W/4 LEAVES, PULLS OUT TO MAKE TABLE,
UNIQUE 1950’s Walnut, seats 6 - $300. Gun Cabinet holds 6 - $60.
Trumpet - w/softside travel case. Call 796-9507
In compliance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; Title VI of the Civil
Rights Act of 1964, as amended by the Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1972;
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1978; The Malcolm Public Schools shall not
discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, national origin, religion, or handicap in the
educational programs or activities it operates. It is the intent of the Malcolm Public Schools
to comply with both the letter and spirit of the law in making certain discrimination does not
exist in its policies, regulations, and operations. Specific complaints of alleged discrimination under Title IX (sex) and Section 504 (handicap) should be referred to: Gene C.
Neddenriep, Administrator , Malcolm Public Schools, 10004 NW 112th St., Malcolm,
NE 68402; or Phone 402-796-2151. Title IX and Section 504 complaints can also be
filed with: Office for Civil Rights, Kansas City Office, 8930 Ward Parkway, Suite 2037
Kansas City, MO 64114; Phone 816-268-0550; Fax 816-823-1404; TDD 800-4370833; E-mail OCR.Kansas [email protected]
“HISTORY OF MALCOLM HIGH SCHOOL” - DALE
NOBBMAN has a very limited quantity remaining of the book he
wrote covering the years from 1919 thru 1976. When these books
are gone - there will be no more! 147 pages of school history. The
price is $10.00 each. To order copies, call Dale at 796-2602.
SIX DUCKS NEED TO GO: THREE MEAT TYPE,
THREE egg layers. Make offer for all. Call 796-9500 after 6:00PM
or weekends.
Cheer Car Wash
Come support the 2008-2009
Malcolm Cheer Squad at our
Car Wash! We will wash any
vehicle - Free Will Donation!
Thanks for your support!
Sunday, August 3
Wells Fargo
27th & Superior
11:00am - 3:00pm
Malcolm Public Schools “The Clipper” July 24, 2008
CLIPPER
CLASSIFIEDS
JOIN US FOR HAMBURGER NIGHT! EVERY FRIDAY
NIGHT hamburgers are only $1.50 at The Corner in Garland!
CUSTOM HAY CUTTING OR BIG ROUND BALING - CALL
DALE Nelson 796-2686 or 440-4778 (cell).
OWN YOUR OWN 10 ACRES. NW 121st AND WEST BLUFF
RD. Build your dream home on one of these fine walk-out lots. Call
Merle Jahde Home Real Estate for details. 402-432-0443 - Hurry only
2 lots left!
FOR PEST OR RODENT PROBLEMS - PLEASE CALL JLS
PEST Control. Residential or Commercial. Free affordable quotes. Guaranteed Results! Ask for Buddy: Office 477-1334 or Cell Phone 890-4986.
COUNTRY GROOMING TLC-20+YR.EXP. MONDAY FRIDAY days, evenings, and weekend appointments available. Call
for an appointment at 796-2421 or 432-6436 cell
ADEPT TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS, LLC - 580-1783: DOES
IT feel as though you’re surfing the web in quicksand? Call Scott for help
setting up your DSL or cable connection! You’ll be at light speed instead of
slight speed in no time! AdepTech makes computing fun!
HONEY DO LIST GETTING TOO LONG? WE PAINT, SO
YOU don’t have to! Nearly anything! Paints, stains, sealers, lacquers,
enamels. We prep, repair, and more! 20+ years experience. Locally
owned. Free estimates. Call Todd Willet at 432-1066.
SAATHOFF LAW OFFICE, PC., 205 S. EXETER IN
MALCOLM, provides legal services at reasonable rates, as well as free
notary service, and b/w copies, faxes and scanned images at 25¢ per page/
image plus long distance. We also offer color copies/images at $1.50 per
page. Call Denise L. Saathoff at 796-2086.
REAL ESTATE - BUYING & SELLING - OVER 60
COMBINED yearsexperience in residential homes;acreages;farms;
and acreage development. Free Market Analysis. Call us to develop
your land. Merle and Carolyn Jahde-Malcolm area residents - 3700
NW 126th Street, 796-2500, or at Home Real Estate call 432-0443 or
432-3700.
JACOBSEN ROCK & GRAVEL - WE DELIVER ROCK,
GRAVEL, Ag-Lime, Dirt, or Sand for any project you might have. We
carry River Rock and all sizes of Ornamental Rock. A local company, call
for an estimate today. Gary Jacobsen, Rt. #1, Garland, NE 402-783-2447
or cell phone 643-5171.
NELSON HAULING - I CAN DELIVER ROCK, SAND, GRAVEL,
WOOD chips, lime & organic dirt for your landscaping needs. Call Dale
796-2686 or 440-4778.
RAYMOND CONTRACTING INC. - BACKHOE AND
TRENCHING Services. Septics, Lagoons, and Waterlines both new
and repair - includes system design and percolation testing. We also
do property transfer inspections for your septic/lagoon. Certified &
Insured. Call Lloyd Jakoubek at 783-2663 or 890-6009.
ST. PAUL’S LUTHERAN CHURCH SPECIAL SUMMER
WORSHIP Schedule. During June, July, and August, please join us
for Sunday worship at either 8:00am or 10:00am.
GOOD QUALITY PMC BALE WAGONS, BIG ROUND BALE
FEEDERS and Bale Transport Wagons - for information, call 440-4778 TREES ON THE MOVE - SPECIALIZING IN ACREAGE
AND Rural Landscape - Tree planting and transplanting. Other Seror 796-2686.
vices: Tractor with loader, 6’ shredder, post hole digger, 6’ rototiller, 6’
NOW ENROLLING: CEDARS AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM box scaper, mulching. For more information, call Gary Petersen at
AT our Carol Yoakum site. We will provide transportation from school in 588-2464 (1740 154 Rd., Garland, NE 68360)
Malcolm to the program Monday-Friday while school is in session and on
scheduled early-out days. We will also offer an all day program during NORTHWEST STORAGE - MANY SIZES AVAILABLE
scheduled days when school is not in session. If you are interested or have RANGING from 10 x 10 - 11 x 60 & outside. Special discounts
further questions, please contact the program manager, Emily Wesseln at available. Call 470-3223.
437-8923.
HIGHLANDS GREAT WALL CUISINE - DINE IN OR
TAKE-OUT! Open Tues.-Thurs. 11:00am-10:00pm, Fri.-Sat.
DEADLINE FOR THE NEXT ISSUE OF “THE CLIPPER” 11:00am-10:30pm, Sunday Noon-10:00pm, Closed Monday. EvWILL BE ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 15th. PLEASE CALL JULIE ery Wednesday Special-Buy one Dinner entreé & get 2nd one at
A T 7 9 6 - 2 1 5 1 , E X T . 5 0 1 O R E - M A I L A T : half-price. Drive East on Highway 34 - turn right on W. Fletcher
[email protected] AD PRICES ARE: $1.50 for 1-3 lines, Ave. Located next to Amigos. Call 438-8888 or fax 438-8889.
$3.00 4-8 lines.
Deadline Info
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE ANY AD.
ADS MUST BE PAID FOR BEFORE PRINT DATE!
Academic Improvement
Students must increase their current semester cumulative GPA from the previous semester cumulative GPA
and pass all classes.
Seniors
Matthew Andrews
Tyler Asche
Vanessa Brooks
Justin Matthes
Brian Rasmussen
Kyle Ridder
Kelsie Vanderkolk
Cody Williamson
Juniors
Cameron French
Danielle Frye
Marissa Guernsey
Jess Meredith
Stasha Oborny
Roy Rasmussen
Bruce Sampson
Sophomore
Shannon Alderman
Jackson Beal
Emily Rasmussen
Tyler Smith
Freshmen
Paige Bice
Ryan Caporale
Scott Deinert
Spencer Gregg
Taylor Johnson
Jacob Krupicka
Hometown Heroes Blood Drive
The Malcolm Volunteer Fire
Department will be hosting a
community blood drive. If you
are interested in giving, please contact Dianne
Kleist at 796-2151, #3 or 796-2452. Your donation can make a difference!
Chelsea Lewis
Dillon Petschke
Autumn Rivers
Travis Robey
Victor Rybak
Brian Schell
Caleb Schroeder
Deidre Slepicka
Kalub Streeter
Eighth Grade
Kassidy Andrews
Heather Beckman
Tiffany Bolish
Kendra Fancher
Bryce Irons
Victoria Johnson
Allea Rivers
Alix Scott
Samantha Spieker
Shawn Warner
Monday, August 11, 2008
2:00pm - 7:00pm
Malcolm Fire Barn
Sports Physicals
Please schedule your sports
physicals in order to have them
done by the start of pre-season
conditioning on August 4th for
football players and August 11th
for Cross Country and Volleyball.
Football practice will start August 11th, Cross Country and Volleyball practice will begin August 18th. If
you have any questions, contact the coaches.
Seventh Grade
Brionna Church
Kind Duong
Lena Rybak
Ben Zavodny
School Website
www.malcolmschools.org
THE CLIPPER
MALCOLM PUBLIC SCHOOLS
10004 NW 112th Street
MALCOLM NE 68402
ECRWSS
POSTAL CUSTOMER
REQUESTED DELIVERY DATE - July 24, 2008
Non-Profit
Organization
US Postage Paid
Malcolm, NE
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