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January 22, 2015
Issue 11, Volume 36
Malcolm Public Schools
10004 NW 112th St
Malcolm, NE 68402
Malcolm Public Schools
Board of Education
Give Us A Call
High School Office
402-796-2151 ext. 1
Westfall Office
402-796-2151 ext. 2
Business Office
402-796-2151 ext. 3
Page 2: Mr. Mahoney,
Home School Notice,
Ms. Anderson
Page 3: Honor Roll
Page 4: Alumni News,
Booster and MAC Notes
Page 5: Life Skills, Mrs.
Samuelson
Page 6: Counselor’s
Corner
Page 7: Schedule/Lunch
Menu
Pages 8-11: Board
Minutes and Bills
Pages 12-13: Ads
Front Row L-R: Craig Vanderkolk, Chandler Kramer, Bill England.
Back Row: Andrea Holka, Kevin Lostroh and Michelle Bice.
The week of January 25-31 has been designated Nebraska School Board
Recognition week, and I feel honored to recognize our six member board.
As citizen leaders, these individuals are charged with the unenviable task
of making tough decisions on a myriad of complex educational issues.
In my opinion, they do an excellent job balancing their responsibility
to the district patrons with their responsibility to the students, staff and
parents of Malcolm Public Schools. I feel fortunate to serve a board
that is student-centered and committed to providing an outstanding
education to every student that walks through our doors. With that, I
would like to thank and recognize our board for their time, effort and
commitment to education and the community at large.
Ryan Terwilliger
Special thank you to our retired President
Don Densberger for faithfully serving on the
Malcolm School Board for 21 years.
Chromebooks in 5th Grade
By: Mr. Mahoney
Late in the first semester the 5th grade got a set of chromebooks to use in the
classroom.
Chromebooks are laptops with the chrome operating system that are being used in
schools throughout the world.
The set in the 5th grade has 24 machines that we share. By using free software
from the chrome store students have been able to screencast, receive and hand
in assignments electronically, and continue to work on their keyboarding skills.
From the teacher point of view, I am excited to have students using the technology
to share their what they are learning in many different ways. Students can be
creative and use a tool they are very comfortable with. Using the chromebooks in a
classroom setting also allows the students to see technology being used in a way other
than “gaming”.
Another benefit we have realized is the amount of paper we are saving. By doing so much
electronically we estimate we are saving between 100 and 200 sheets of paper a week!
The students and teachers in grade 5 say “Thank you” to MPS for allowing us to have access
to this and all the technology tools we have.
ATTENTION HOME SCHOOL FAMILIES
In accordance with the requirements of 92 NAC 51, this public
announcement is to invite homeschooling families to a meeting
where they will have an opportunity to participate in the
discussion of a plan for Child Find and the provision of
special education services to children with disabilities who
will attend a nonpublic school option during the 2015-2016
school year. This meeting will be offered at two different
times at the Malcolm Public Schools Business Office. The
first will be February 5th @ 9:00AM and the second will be
May 20th @ 4:00PM. Please contact Jon Squier, Director of
Student Services at 402-796-2151 ext:482 with any questions.
News From Ms. Anderson
Hello from the Westfall Computer Lab! I have been asked for some recommendations
activities your children can do at home to help enhance their learning
of online
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instead of just playing video or computer games with no educational value.
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These are also linked from the webpage we use in the computer lab at school:
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http://daynaanderson.wix.com/computers.
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TypingWeb
(typingweb.com) is the typing program all fourth through sixth
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graders
use, and it will be introduced to the third graders this quarter. The
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sstudents have recently discovered how important it is to memorize the location
of the keys without looking. We use covers at school, but you can easily place a
kitchen
or hand towel over your child’s hands while he or she types to achieve the
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same results.
Another one of the students’ favorites is ABCya (abcya.com). The activities are
separated by grade levels and provide a wide range of concepts and topics for the kids to enjoy.
Many of the older students enjoy the activities on Cool Math Games (http://www.coolmathgames.com/) as well.
SumDog (sumdog.com) provides older kids with an assortment of math problems within
each activity. The sixth graders all have their own log ins, but any other student can use our
subscription accounts (provided thanks to last year’s sixth graders winning the Southeast
Nebraska competition). The user name is student## (any number between 11 and 40 can be
substituted for the ##), the password is the same as we use to log into the computers at school
(your child uses that password each time he or she logs in for class) and the school code is
“westfall”. We will hopefully participate in another competition in January or February.
Those sites should provide you with more of a sense of security knowing your students are
using technology as a learning tool all while being entertained. Have fun and learn a lot!
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Attn: Parents / Guardians / Students - 1st semester Jr/Sr High grade cards are available on
Parents Online and Students Online. Please visit www.malcolmschools.org and click on the link
to access the log-in page for parents and/or students. If you have any questions regarding access
to your account, please contact the Jr/Sr High School office at 402-796-2151, option #1.
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ALUMNI NEWS:
Spencer Gregg developed a new recording studio
at Doane College in Crete, Nebraska. He was
the consultant/creator/engineer of the recent
project, and is also producing podcast tutorials
on how to use all of the equipment, etc. It is a
paid project and also his senior business project.
Here is a link to his opinion article in the Doane
Owl newspaper explaining the recording studio.
http://doaneline.com/opinion/article_
f8b0dcc6-7b65-11e4-9c7a-3f6a87424733.html
MALCOLM BOOSTER Notes
NEXT MEETING – Wednesday, February 11th at 6:30 pm in the Room 486 (Eichenberger’s room)
DISTRICT WRESTLING Feb 13/14 – Please help Boosters put this event on. Table help and
concession help are needed. Watch for a concession shift sheet coming to your inbox soon!
EQUIPMENT – Boosters purchased a VertiMax machine. This machine will be used to improve
aspects of every high school sport at Malcolm.
TRACK FAT PROJECT - Jack reported that there will be a meeting in January to try and recruit
sponsorship for the purchase of an FAT system for track meets.
RECORD BOARDS – A softball and wrestling record board will be added, the track record board will
be updated. Football, basketball and volleyball records are being researched for future record boards.
PROJECTOR SPONSORS - Boosters are using these funds to grow the number and value of
scholarships given. If you know of a business who may be interested in advertising on the projector,
please let Dale Sackett (937-3776) or Kristie Locke (560-1822) know.
Please come to Booster meetings throughout the year. Your input is essential for events, scholarships
and other activities which Boosters participate in and/or coordinate. The funds raised go towards
improving the athletic environment & providing scholarships for our student athletes. Thanks!
Malcolm Action Coalition (MAC) Notes
DODGEBALL TOURNAMENT – Sunday, February 15th!! MAC is co-sponsoring with Student
Council. Registration will benefit the Malcolm Backpack Program. BE THERE!!
SAFE HOMES SCHOOL DIRECTORIES – These have been sent home. If you did not get one, there
are extras in the HS office.
PORTABLE BILLBOARD – MAC is purchasing one from the Hastings prevention group. Watch for
this at upcoming events in the new year.
LOVE AND LOGIC™ - Parenting the Love and Logic Way™ is a six session parenting program
designed by the Love and Logic Institute. Introduction will be Monday, January 19th from 6- 8 pm at
Raymond Central. There is a nominal fee. More information to come – stay tuned!
Please come to MAC meetings to support Safe Families-Safe Schools-Safe Communities and help us
plan activities empowering youth, families and adults in the Malcolm community. Thanks!
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LIFE SKILLS
BY: MRS. NEUJAHR
Students who participate in the Life Skills Curriculum here at Malcolm worked on
a special project at the end of last semester to raise money. Students made dog
treats to sell to the staff here at school. This project allowed students to work on
a variety of skills while making a fun recipe. By making the dog treats students
had the opportunity to practice following a modified recipe. They had to follow
the directions for each step so that they would turn out right. Students practiced
measuring ingredients, using the oven and kitchen safety during this project as
well. Students practiced counting and money skills as they packaged the treats and
prepared to sell them. This money will be used for a fun community outing later this
semester. Students had a great time doing this project and quite a few dogs got an extra
treat for the Holidays.
Attention
Malcolm Speech Alumni, Parents,
Friends, and Patrons of the Community
The 1st Annual First Friday Forensics Fest will be held on Friday, March 6.
This meet will begin in the morning and run through the day. We are looking
for help in the areas of concessions, hospitality room, room/door monitors,
tab room, extemp room, judging, and ballot room. If you would like to join
the festivities, please contact Tami Maytum at [email protected]
MRS. SAMUELSON’S MATH CLASSES
We start off the second semester with a welcome addition to the classroom.
This semester Ms. Hayley Andersen will be student teaching in the math
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department. Ms. Andersen comes to us from Pilger, NE and is a future
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UNL
graduate. If you run into Ms. Andersen, please introduce yourself
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and
a help us make her feel welcome at Malcolm Public Schools.
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prove
they can make and count change. Each student will be given 4
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scenarios which include what someone may order at the concession stand
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and the amount of money they would pay with. The students must total
the items (in their head), pick up the correct change (by counting up),
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then count it back correctly. Every student must get a 100 on this test or
and the
continue retaking it until they do. Don’t be afraid to ask a student at the concession stand to count
back your change so they can put their skills to good use and/or don’t be afraid to compliment or
acknowledge when a student does count back your change.
As for other topics being taught, all classes are busy graphing and writing equations of lines or
parabolas. The Algebra 1 and general math classes are reviewing slope, graphing lines (using
slope and y intercept or using the intercepts), and writing the equations of lines (given slope
and y intercept, point and slope, 2 points, and/or a point with an equation that is parallel or
perpendicular to it). The Algebra 2 classes are reviewing graphing quadratic equations and
inequalities (parabola), writing quadratic equations, and the solutions to quadratic inequalities.
The math 7 class is generating t-charts (needed to graph lines and parabolas), graphing lines and
parabolas, and being introduced to slope.
Lastly, just a reminder to those of you who have internet access, there is a great tutorial that goes
along with our math series. The website is: go.hrw.com. Once you are on the website, scroll
down to the bottom left and type in the homework keyword (found on your student’s worksheet)
in the resource box. You will then be able to pull up videos on how to do the homework problems.
One other tutorial websites with video is www.khanacademy.org.
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CONGRESS-BUNDESTAG VOCATIONAL YOUTH EXCHANGE
Up to 25 graduating seniors, 18 years of age, have an exciting and immensely
rewarding opportunity to spend a year in Germany on the Congress-Bundestag
Vocational Youth Exchange Program. This full scholarship, funded by the United States
Congress and the German Bundestag, provides students the experience of living with a
host family, participating in a training program or schooling program, and gaining hands-on
experience through an internship with a German company. Participants have been placed in fields
as diverse as the arts, auto mechanics, biotechnology, child care, computer science, education,
forestry, health care, hotel management, international business, journalism, political science, theatre,
veterinary science and more. Malcolm High School is allowed to nominate three students. If your
senior is interested in participating in this program, please call the guidance office soon, as completed
applications must be received in the Nacel Open Door office by January 31, 2015. You may download
the application form from www.nacelopendoor.org. Applications must be sent in by the student’s
school, so please bring completed applications to the Guidance office no later than Monday, January
26, 2015. Please visit the website, visit or call Mrs. Faimon at 402-796-2151 Ext. 514 or contact Sue
Franck with any questions at 800-622-3553 ext.603, or [email protected]
UNL CAREER EXPLORATIONS
IN ARCHITECTURE, INTERIOR DESIGN & LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
The UNL Department of Architecture will be conducting the 2015 summer workshop for high school
students interested in exploring careers in architecture and interior design the week of June 7-13
for Architecture, Interior Design & Landscape Architecture (36 students). Discover Landscape
Architecture (15 students) will be held from June 14-19. 2015. Each of the camps are a one-week
residential program with opportunities for an intense period of study as well as recreation and
entertainment. The central focus of the workshops is a design studio with opportunities for students
to experience their creative potential as they explore various design issues in different media. In
addition to the studio, students attend lectures, go on field trips, partake in seminar discussions, and
view films on design. These activities are planned to broaden students’ understanding of the design
professions and offer a glimpse into the activities that form the foundation for all design inquiry. The
fee for each workshop is $585 covering the cost of studio supplies, program fees, meals and lodging.
Students are supervised overnight while in the residence hall by Department of Architecture staff.
If your student is interested, go to http://architecture.unl.edu/prospective-student/high-schoolworkshops to download an application form. Two recommendations from persons (other than
family) familiar with the applicant’s academic and creative ability are required. In addition, each
applicant is to submit a 500-word essay describing why he/she is interested in architecture and/
or interior design and why he/she wishes to attend the workshop. All application materials must be
received in the Department of Architecture office on or before April 6, 2015.
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS SUMMER EXPERIENCES
The High School Summer Scholars Program allows a select number of participants (age guidelines
on the website for each institute) to choose from almost 60 different courses spanning the arts,
humanities, sciences, social sciences and foreign languages. Two five-week sessions are offered in
June and July 2015. Students can earn up to seven college credits transferable to most accredited
colleges and universities. Summer Scholars live in the under-graduate residential area with trained
Resident Advisors and enjoy a variety of social and cultural opportunities with other participants from
around the world. The program requires application, recommendations and an official transcript.
Limited scholarship assistance is available to students with strong academic credentials who also
demonstrate financial need. They also offer High School Summer Institutes (non-credit courses) that
last two to three weeks and two sessions of the one-week Middle School Summer Challenge. For more
information on the programs, please visit their website at summerexperiences.wustl.edu. They also
offer a select number of online courses year-round through High School College Access. For more
information visit: hscollegeaccess.wustl.edu.
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Clipper Schedule of Events
**Times and Schedule Subject to Change
Monday, January 26
3:45PM
Sports Practices
4:30PM
WR(JV)@Weeping Water
Tuesday, January 27
3:45PM
Sports Practices
4:30PM
B/G BB(JV/V)@Malcolm
Wednesday, January 28
3:45PM
Sports Practices
Thursday, January 29
3:45PM
Sports Practices
4:30PM
7-8 GBB(B/A)@Elm. Murdock
Friday, January 30
3:45PM
Sports Practices
Saturday, January 31
TBA
Speech @ Lincoln Lutherean
TBA
G/B BB(V) ECNC Prelims
9:30AM
7-8 GBB(C/B/A)@Louisville
10:00AM
WR(JV/V)@Albion
Monday, February 2
3:45PM
Sports Practices
TBA
GBB (V) ECNC @ Top Seed
Tuesday, February 3
3:45PM
Sports Practices
TBA
BBB(V) ECNC @ Top Seed
Wednesday, February 4
3:45PM
Sports Practices
Thursday, February 5
3;45PM
Sports Practices
TBA
GBB(V) ECNC Semi Finals
Friday, February 6
3:45PM
Sports Practices
TBA
BBB(V) ECNC Semi Finals
2:00PM
WR(JV/V)ECNC @ Louisville
Saturday, February 7
TBA
B/G BB(v) ECNC @ SECC
TBA
Speech @ Beatrice
ACT Test
LAST CHANCE
TO SIGN UP FOR MALCOLM TRAP
will be January 28th.
Contact Dar Eucker at 402-304-2319
for more information.
In
accordance
Federal
US
with
Law
and
Department
Agriculture
this
institution
prohibited
of
policy,
is
from
discrimination on the
basis of race, color,
national origin, sex,
age, or disability. To
file a complaint of
discrimination, write
USDA,
Director
of
Office of Civil Rights,
1400
Independence
Ave., SW, Washington,
DC
call
20250-9410
or
800-795-3272
(voice) or 202-7206382 (TTY). USDA is
an equal opportunity
provider and employer.
Produce Bar Everyday.
Milk Offered with Every Lunch
Grief Groups Set to Begin Next Week
at Mourning Hope for both Youth and Young Adults
The next 10-week Family Grief Series is scheduled to begin on Monday, January 26. These sessions will take
place every Monday night from 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. at the Mourning Hope Grief Center (4919 Baldwin Avenue).
This group is open to new families, but also available for anyone who has already attended a 10-week session.
After the challenging holiday season is a particularly good time for children, teens and caregivers to reengage
with grief support.
Families are invited to participate in Mourning Hope's programs following the death of anyone significant in
their lives - a sibling, parent, grandparent or friend. Activities are designed to help youth express themselves
through art, games, and dramatic play. The adults become aware of strategies to help their grieving children as
Young Adult Grief Support
Mourning Hope will be hosting a social event at Old Chicago in the Haymarket on Thursday, January 29, 2015,
for any young adults between the ages of 18 and 30(ish). Whether you are single, married, have experienced the
death of a family member, co-worker or friend, Mourning Hope invites you to participate in this supportive,
casual dinner. Happy circle of friends hugging together at the park
We simply invite you to share a relaxed meal with others in the community who have experienced a significant
loss due to death. Dinner will be paid for by Mourning Hope, but pre-registration is required.
These programs are provided free-of-charge, but participants must pre-register. To register online, visit: www.
mourninghope.org or contact Mourning Hope at 402.488.8989 or
[email protected]
Minutes – Board of Education
January 19, 2015
The Board of Education, School District 148, Lancaster County, Nebraska met in open public session at 7:00PM
at the District Board Room, 10004 NW 112th St., Malcolm, NE on Monday, January 19, 2015 to conduct normal
and usual business of the District. Said meeting was advertised in advance in the minutes of the December 15,
2014 meeting, published in the December 18, 2014 issue of “The Clipper”. Board members answering roll call
were: Michelle Bice, William England, Andrea Holka, Chandler Kramer, Kevin Lostroh, Craig Vanderkolk.
Administrators present were Ryan Terwilliger, Greg Adams, Amber Dolliver. Ms. Julia Lostroh, Business
Manager, assumed temporary Chair and called the meeting to order at 7:02PM and noted that the Open Meetings
Act is posted on the north wall of the Board Room.
Ms. Lostroh called for nominations for the office of President of the Board of Education. Bice nominated
Craig Vanderkolk. After hearing and seeing no further nominations, she declared nominations closed. Seeing
and hearing no objections to declaring Craig Vanderkolk elected by acclamation, Ms. Lostroh declared Craig
Vanderkolk President of the Board and turned the Chair over to Mr. Vanderkolk.
Chairman Vanderkolk called for nominations for the office of Vice-President of the Board of Education. Lostroh
nominated Bice. After hearing and seeing no further nominations, he declared the nominations closed. Seeing
and hearing no objections to declaring Michelle Bice elected by acclamation, Chairman Vanderkolk declared Bice
Vice-President of the Board of Education.
Chairman Vanderkolk called for nominations for the office of Secretary of the Board of Education. Bice
nominated Holka. After hearing and seeing no further nominations, he declared nominations closed. Seeing and
hearing no objections to declaring Andrea Holka elected by acclamation, Chairman Vanderkolk declared Andrea
Holka Secretary of the Board of Education by acclamation.
Chairman Vanderkolk called for nominations for the office of Treasurer of the Board of Education. Lostroh
nominated England. After hearing and seeing no further nominations, he declared nominations closed. Seeing
and hearing no objections to declaring William England elected by acclamation, Chairman Vanderkolk declared
William England Treasurer of the Board of Education by acclamation.
After asking for volunteers, the following committee appointment were made by Chairman Vanderkolk –
Negotiations: Bice, Vanderkolk, Holka. Americanism: Lostroh, Bice, Kramer. Building/Grounds: Lostroh,
Vanderkolk, England. Finance: Holka, England, Kramer.
Moving into business of the meeting, Bice moved, seconded by Lostroh, to approve the consent agenda with an
updated list of bills. Ms. Lostroh went through the list of bills and receipts and addressed any questions. Voting
by roll call: YES – England, Holka, Kramer, Lostroh, Vanderkolk, Bice. NAYS – None. Motion 1-2015-1 passed.
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Financial Summary
January 19, 2015
School Accounts
Previous Bal 12/1/2014
Receipts - December 2014
Disbursements- Dec 2014
Cash in Cking 12/31/2014
Invested: Dec 2014
General
$852,086.96
$339,478.15
$496,502.42
$419,588.00
$275,474.69
Lanc. Co. Treasurer:
Previous Bal 12/1/2014
Receipts -Dec 2014
Disbursements - Dec 2014
Cash on Hand 12/31/2014
General
$19,258.39
$316,784.64
$22,416.86
$313,626.17
NSDLAF (Investment)
Previous Bal 12/1/2014
Receipts - Dec 2014
Disbursements Dec 2014
Cash on Hand 12/31/2014
Spc Bldg
$251,618.18
$301.22
$8,000.00
$243,919.40
Lunch
$14,441.62
$21,725.61
$25,242.85
$4,921.33
$6,003.05
Activity
$206,246.64
$18,306.48
$15,402.05
$2,396.81
$206,754.26
Bond
$486.01
$25,146.45
$736.44
$24,896.02
Bond Fund
$68,328.37
$535.87
$0.00
$68,864.24
Bus Deprec
$58,254.57
$2.98
$0.00
$10,247.26
$48,010.29
QCPUF
$81.76
$12,133.12
$202.97
$12,011.91
Student Fees
$11,330.00
$335.00
$2,840.00
$8,825.00
Spc Bldg
$269.40
$30,378.55
$572.81
$30,075.14
QCPUF Checking
$14,711.46
$90.71
$0.00
$14,802.17
Communications From The Public – None
Unfinished Business – None.
New Business –
Lostroh moved, seconded by Bice, that the Board publicize its notice of hearing, meetings, and
minutes during the 2015 calendar year by either or all of the following: The Clipper, Lincoln Journal
Star, or by hand posting as required by statute. Voting by roll call as follows: YES – Holka, Kramer,
Lostroh, Vanderkolk, Bice, England. NAYS – None. Motion 1-2015-2 passed.
England moved, seconded by Kramer, to designate Perry, Guthery, Haase, and Gessford Law Firm
for providing the school district legal counsel during the 2015 calendar year. Voting by roll call: YES
– Kramer, Lostroh, Vanderkolk, Bice, England, Holka. NAYS – None. Motion 1-2015-3 passed.
Bice moved, seconded by Lostroh, the school district continue using Union Bank & Trust Co. of
Lincoln and Nebraska School District Liquid Asset Fund, as its depositories for the 2015 calendar
year. Voting by roll call: YES – Lostroh, Vanderkolk, Bice, England, Holka, Kramer. NAYS – None.
Motion 1-2015-4 passed.
Holka moved that the Board allow and approve class credit be given to the students who take the
following Asynchronous Virtual High School courses: Peacemaking and Journalism In The Digital
Age. Seconded by Bice. Voting by roll call: YES – Vanderkolk, Bice, England, Holka, Kramer, Lostroh.
NAYS – None. Motion 1-2015-5 passed.
Bice moved to allow Malcolm Athletic Coaches/Sponsors the use of school vehicles, building and
grounds for the 2015 Summer Activities – if activities are pre-approved by the Administration.
Seconded by Lostroh. Voting by roll call: YES – Bice, England, Holka, Kramer, Lostroh, Vanderkolk.
NAYS – None. Motion 1-2015-6 passed.
The Board took no action to determine dates for a spring work session. They will set a date at the
February meeting.
Holka moved, seconded by Bice, to enter into an interlocal agreement with ALICAP to provide
insurance services for a term no less than three years. The Board directed Mr. Terwilliger to inquire
as to the coverage for quasi-school groups and underinsured/uninsured motorists. Voting by roll call:
YES – Holka, Kramer, Lostroh, Vanderkolk, Bice, England. NAYS – none. Motion 1-2015-7 passed.
The resolution commitment to enter into the ALICAP interlocal agreement was read by Mrs. Holka
and signed by Chairman Vanderkolk.
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Administrative Reports –
Mr. Greg Adams, Jr/Sr High School Principal
The second semester is off to a good start. Testing will begin next week.
Mrs. Amber Dolliver – Westfall Principal
Testing will begin next week with the 4th grade writing tests.
Superintendent Ryan Terwilliger
Discussed options on how to open the weight room to the community. Several options were
discussed.
Asked the Board for input on how they would like to handle attendance at National Board
Conventions. The Board discussed the need for Board professional development and encouraging
attendance at educational opportunities.
Mr. Terwilliger reviewed the dates for upcoming Board conferences.
The Board discussed continuing the perceptual data survey and how often they would like to
conduct the survey. It was agreed to offer the survey annually at this point.
With no further business on the agenda, Lostroh moved to adjourn. Seconded by Bice. Chairman
Vanderkolk declared the meeting adjourned by acclamation at 9:00PM.
Respectfully submitted,
Julia Lostroh
Recording Secretary
The next regular meeting of the Board will be Monday, February 16, 2015 at 7:00PM at the District
Board Room, 10004 NW 112th St., Malcolm, NE. An agenda is published the Friday before each meeting.
GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES
January 19, 2015
Payroll
$391,513.45
ABM
$10,355.99
AAF International
$1,245.92
ABC Termite & Pest Control, Inc.
$262.00
AS Central Services
$236.79
Awards Unlimited, Inc.
$53.10
Beach, Michael
$50.00
Biggerstaff Plumbing/Heating
$110.92
Blue Cross Blue Shield
$2,019.63
Connect Pediatric - Pfeil, Kristen
$1,768.09
Cornhusker Heating and A/C
$298.25
Cornhusker International Trucks, Inc $74.79
Dolliver, Amber
$239.47
ESU 6
$3,018.18
Electrical Engineering & Equip. Co. $352.63
Electronic Contracting Company
$1,088.70
Fastenal
$51.59
First Concord Group
$110.00
Glass Doctor
$201.04
Haan Crafts
$112.00
Hammett, Sheri
$650.52
Harris School Solutions
$8,250.20
Heffelfinger, Ami
$1,840.32
Hille, Jade
$22.82
Hillyard
$2,375.05
Interstate All Battery Center
$26.99
Kelly Supply Company
$19.12
Kidwell
$284.00
Kiner Supply
$397.99
Konica Minolta
$3,431.88
Payroll Expenses
Janitorial Service
Heat Pump Filters
Pest Control
Internet Service
School Board Service Plaque
Reimburse Music Supplies
Repair Toilet Flange Kindergarten Bathroom
BCBS Insurance Premium
OT SPED Services
Doors HS Kitchen Cupboard
Defrost Motor
Fall/Winter Mileage
SPED Workshop/Psych Fees
Lighting/Electrical Supplies
Fire Alarm/Hood Inspections
Maintenance Supplies
Flex 125 Adm Fees
Replace Window in Silver Van
FCS Sewing Kits
Hearing Specialist Services- SPED
AptaFund/AA Web/Stu Fee Checks
Mental Health Services
Sewing Supplies - FCS Class
Maintenance Supplies
Battery
Maintenance Supplies
Repair Bleachers Fuse
Maintenance Supplies
Copier Lease Payment/Extra Copies
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Kopecky, Stacy
$40.00
L&W Garbage Service Inc
$336.00
Lincoln Lock & Safe
$26.00
M & S Technologies, Inc.
$2,443.99
Meehl, Jan
$505.40
Menards
$289.96
Napa Auto Parts
$11.19
NASB
$147.00
Nebraska Humanities Council
$75.00
Neujahr, Liz
$23.00
Norris Public Power District
$8,680.14
Odvody-Nantkes, Jenn
$279.13
Office Depot
$50.43
Omaha Truck Center
$2,357.37
One Source
$45.00
Parr, Justin
$1,009.50
Patterson Medical Supply, In c
$25.85
Pearson Education Inc.
$230.01
PGH&G Attorneys at Law
$280.00
Redler, Bob
$673.00
Reimers Kaufman Concrete Prod, Co. $142.50
School Outfitters
$89.83
School Specialty
$34.12
Security Equipment Inc.
$262.00
Steve Weiss Music
$1,000.00
Tan-Aire Inc.
$250.00
Unite Private Networks, LLC
$1,090.89
Verizon
$159.75
Village of Malcolm
$4,771.79
VISA - Union Bank
$24.72
Weber, Ashely
$83.86
Wex Bank
$3,037.85
Windstream
$500.54
Works Computing
$564.48
4th Grade Classroom Supplies
Garbage Service
Master Padlock
Sophos Software - Annual Payment
PT SPED Services
Maintenance Supplies/IT Supplies
Halogen Lamp
NE Education Law Book and CD
Nebraska Studies Speaker - 4th Grade
SPED Supplies
Electric Service/Field Lighting Charge - Estimate
Vision SPED Specialist
SPED Folders/Office Supplies
Repair Bus #11/#07 /Bus Parts
Background Checks
Contracted C-Team BBB Coach
Shar Disposal System
Economics Teacher's Edition
Legal Services
WR Coach Stipend
LMST Caulk
Headphones - Business Class
Stackable Writing Board/SPED
Security Repair/WF Office Doors
Marimba
Cleaned Grease Trap
Distance Learning Cable
Cell Phone Service
Water/Sewer Service
Business Cards
Speech Classroom Supplies
School Vehicle Fuel
Phone Service
Wireless Controller Annual Maintenance
Checks Out of Cycle
US Post Office
WalMart
The Math Worksheet
SoftwareMacKiev
US Post Office
Clipper/Brd. Minute Postage
FCS Class Supplies
SPED Classroom Supplies
Computer Class Software
Annual Report Postage
$191.95
$209.03
$25.00
$567.00
$173.27
$461,167.98
School Lunch Fund
Payroll
$9,158.87
CashWa
$1,844.58
Earthgrains
$319.64
Hoehler, Jan
$33.30
Nebraska Food Distribution Program $2,896.17
Pegler Sysco
$407.85
Pepsi-Cola of Lincoln
$69.90
Prairieland Food
$1,684.20
TechMasters
$145.08
Thompson Company
$3,229.91
VISA - Union Bank
$656.78
Wages/Benefits
Food/Custodial Supplies
Bread Products
Refund Lunch Balance
Commodities
Food Supplies
SoBe/Water for Breakfast Program
Millk Products
Repair Proofer
Food Supplies
Lunch Trays
$20,446.28
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www.malcolmschools.org
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NORTHWEST COMMUNITY CHURCH HAS
BIBLE learning opportunities! Jr High and High
School FCA during the school year. Various Adult
Groups for families as well as men and women
groups. 402-796-2344 www.nccmalcolm.org.
Sunday worship 8:30 and 11 with Sunday School
at 9:45. Come learn with us!
REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETINGS
THE NEXT REGULAR MEETING for the
Board will be Monday, February 16, 2015
at 7:00PM at the District Board Room, 10004
NW 112th St., Malcolm, Nebraska. An agenda
is published the Friday before each regular
board meeting. This can be picked up at the
business office or read online at www.malcolmschools.org. It will be modified as necessary.
THE FAMILY OF LYNETTE EARNEST WOULD
LIKE to express our Heartfelt Thanks to all of our
Friends in and around the Malcolm area who have
been there for us since Lynette started her battle
with cancer through her passing and beyond!
...THE PRAYERS, MEALS, MESSAGES, CARDS
MEMORIALS, and help with her celebration of
MEMORIALS
life reception have been amazing, and mean more
to us than the words can convey! Love to you all,
Mark, Addison, & Austin Earnest.
MALCOLM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
INVITES you to join us for Sunday Service! Worship at 9AM, Sunday School starts at 9:15AM and
fellowship treats after the service. We’re located
on the NW corner of Malcolm, 520 Malcolm Rd.
NORTH AMERICAN MARTYRS CATHOLIC
CHURCH is located in NW Lincoln at 1101 Isaac
Drive. The parish offers 35 different programs to
help people grow in love and wisdom as children
of God. Visit our website www.namartyrs.org or
call the office at 402-476-8088 for Mass times,
info on our Pre-K through 8th grade school, our
programs for teens and adults and more!
JOIN US AT WORD OF LIFE LUTHERAN
CHURCH as we begin a new message series called
Cinema, Culture and Christ. Our service is on
Sunday at 10:30 a.m. with Sunday School and
Bible Class at 9:15 a.m...
VILLAGE OF MALCOLM BOARD OF
TRUSTEES MEETING will be held on Wed,
February 3rd at 7PM at the Village Hall 137
E. Second Street, Malcolm, NE. If you have any
comments, concerns, questions or would like to
hear what is going on, please join us. Everyone is
welcome!!!!!!
... WORD OF LIFE WILL BE MOVING PROBABLY
LATE January into our new church building at
200 Fletcher Ave. We will still be on the edge of
Lincoln, just east of Fallbrook. Information will
be on our web site, www. wordoflifelincoln.org (or
facebook) Pastor Larry Oetting- 402.742.9673
JOIN US FOR A GREAT BREAKFAST ON
SUNDAY January 25, 2015 8:00AM - 12:00PM.
Pancakes, sausage, scrambled eggs, biscuits and
gravy, coffee, and juice. Adults - $5.00 Children
(12 & under)-$2.00. Garland Legion Post #369
PLEASE JOIN ZION EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN
CHURCH for weekly worship services, 2244 NW
126th Street, Lincoln, NE.
Weekly services
are held on Sundays @ 9:00 a.m. followed by
Fellowship & Sunday School.
IT MAY BE COLD AND UNINVITING OUTSIDE
BUT you will always find warmth and friends
at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Malcolm.
Sunday School at 8:45am and services at 10am.
Wednesday Mid-week from 3:45 to 5pm. On the
web at saintpaulsmalcolm.org or 402.796.2396.
JACOBSEN
ACOBSEN
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.
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LOOS CONSTRUCTION INC- ( LCI ) QUALITY
CUSTOM cabinets & built-inns CALL FOR FREE
ESTIMATE 402-783-2111 / 402-416-0141 REFRENCES AVAILABLE www.loosconstructioninc.
com / [email protected]
TAKE YOUR SKIN SERIOUSLY. DID YOU
KNOW? 80% of the sun damage that leads to skin
cancer occurs before the age of 18. With early detection and proper treatment the average cure rate
is 100%. It’s important you call Complete Family
Dermatology. Schedule a complete skin cancer
screening with Dr. Basler today. F or information
about all available office services, visit...
...www.CompleteFamilyDermatology.com.
SOUTH LINCOLN 2455 Pine Lake Rd, Ste 110
Lincoln, NE 68512. 402-423-1111. North Lincoln 5790 N 33rd St. Circle, Ste A Lincoln, NE
68504. Geoff Basler, M.D., Brent Behrens PA-C.
LOOS CONSTRUCTION
INC- COMPLETE
BUILDING & REMODELING SERVICES. Local
General Contractor since 1996 A+ BBB Rating.
Located in Raymond. LCI has quality minded
EMPLOYEES with experience in all phases of construction. Contractors ID # 25058 NE , insured
& references available. CALL FOR FREE EST. 402-
TASTEFULLY SIMPLE IS AVAILABLE FOR
YOU! Do you crave Bountiful Beer Bread? Or
need to stock up on your favorite seasonings like
Onion Onion & Garlic Garlic for your everyday
cooking? Try a freezer meal workshop to stock
your freezer with several fabulous meals for quick
& easy suppers. Call or email today! Joy Plautz
*450-9219* [email protected]
FOR PEST OR RODENT PROBLEMS, PLEASE
CALL JLS PEST CONTROL. Residential or Commercial. Free affordable quotes. Guaranteed Results. Ask for Buddy. Office 477-1334, Cell 890-4986
BUETTENBACK CHIROPRACTIC - BACK PAIN,
NECK pain, Headaches? We can help you get
your life back! We are currently accepting new
patients. Call today! 402.476.8483
783-2111/402-416-0141 www.loosconstructioninc.com
SYNERGY HOMES INC.
(402)499-3496
CUSTOM HOME Builder and local Malcolm
resident. Bring us your plan or choose from one of
our existing home plans. Specializing in acreage
home building. We can help make your dream
home a reality! Email:[email protected]
com Website: www.synergyhomesne.com
HIGH SPEED INTERNET - SPEEDS UP TO 15MBSERVICING rural areas and local towns including:
Malcolm, Garland, Raymond, Emerald, Staplehurst and north Lincoln. Plans starting at $24.00
per month with unlimited data packages and NO
contracts. No phone line needed. Home phone and
internet service for under $47 (taxes included) per
month. www.ais-ne.com or call 402-817-1717
REAL ESTATE - BUYING & SELLING - OVER
84 COMBINED years experience in residential
homes, acreages, farms and acreage development.
Free Market Analysis. Call us to develop your
land. Malcolm area residents at 3600 NW 126th
St. for 23 years. Merle and Carolyn Jahde, Home
Real Estate. Call 402-432-0443 or 402-432-3700.
HOEFTS
AUTO
RESTORATION
AND
COLLISION Minor dents to major rebuilds. Excellent work at a fair price. 402-601-9698
NEED ROCK, DIRT, SAND, WOOD CHIPS, OR
GRAVEL delivered? Call Nelson Hauling at 402-
RAYMOND CONTRACTING INC. - SEPTICS AND
LAGOONS Services include site planning, percolation testing, system design, installation, troubleshooting and property transfer inspections. Certified and Insured. Free Estimates. Lloyd Jakoubek
402-783-2663 or 402-890-6009.
NEBRASKA STOP FIRE. THE WORLD’S BEST
FIRE EXTINGUISHER. Dealers Dan and Wendy
Botsch. Phone: 402-580-8000 - Dan. 402-4509117 - Wendy. Web: AKE.com Email: dan.
[email protected] 1704 9th Rd, Chapman, NE
68827. Also available at Klute Truck in Ceresco.
RDM LANDSCAPES IS YOUR LOCAL
LANDSCAPING company. Winter is a great time
to remove dead or dying trees which reduces the
chances of infecting other healthy trees. RDM
Landscapes trims shade trees that have gotten
out of hand throughout the years. We provide
skid loader work during the winter.Call today for
a free estimate. Ryan Maxson (402) 310-0868
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MALCOLM
DODGEBALL
TOURNAMENT
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY
15TH - BRACKET TBA
Fee--2 cans food or $5 per person
Concessions will be available
Registrations due Friday, January 30th
All proceeds will benefit the
Malcolm Backpack Program.
This tournament is
Brought to you by the Malcolm
Student Council and the
Malcolm Action Coalition
DEADLINE FOR THE NEXT
ISSUE WILL BE ON FRIDAY,
JANUARY 30th. PLEASE CALL
WENDY AT 796-2151, EXT 501
OR EMAIL AT [email protected]
AD PRICES
ARE: $1.50 FOR 1-3 lines, $3.00
4-8 lines.
WE RESERVE THE
RIGHT TO REFUSE ANY AD.
ADS MUST BE PAID FOR BEFORE PRINT DATE!
Non-Profit
Organization
US Postage Paid
Malcolm, NE
Permit No. 2
MALCOLM PUBLIC SCHOOLS
10004 NW 112th Street
MALCOLM NE 68402
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