Bids were approved for dairy products with Anderson Erickson; bread with HyVee; Fuel and propoane with MFA.
Bids were approved to block in five windows in cafeteria, art and music room
A School Credit Card was approved.
The board approved a twenty five single offering school meal plan.
An accountability plan was approved and submitted to the state.
Among the beginning of school plans next month, Spickard will have an open house August 19th with the first day of classes on August 20th.
A statement also was issued to clarity public comments at the meetings.
The Spickard board said it does not engage in dialogue with patrons during a business meeting. Concerns brought forward during public comment are addressed by the administrator, Burnie Schneiderheinze and other appropriate staff members, usually the following day.
This does not mean that public concerns are not of interest to the school board. Rather, members believe that most patron concerns can be dealt with most effectively and efficiently when handled by appropriate staff, on a more personal level, and in accordance with board policy. Administrative staff then report back to the board on resolution of public concerns expressed at previous meetings.