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The Sleepy Eye Herald Dispatch - Sleepy Eye, MN
  • Legal notices November 8 2012

  • Legal notices as published in the Sleepy Eye Herald-Dispatch Thursday, Nov. 8, 2012.
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  • Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State
    Certificate of  Assumed Name
    Minnesota Statutes, 333
    The filing of an assumed name does not provide a user with exclusive rights to that name. The filing is required for consumer protection in order to enable consumers to be able to identify the true owner of a business.
    ASSUMED NAME:
    Sewing Seeds Quilt Co.
    PRINCIPAL PLACE
    OF BUSINESS:
    1417 South State Street,
    New Ulm, MN 56073 USA
    NAMEHOLDER(S): Name: Sewing Seeds Quilt Company Address: 37007 641st Ave., Gibbon, MN 55335
    By typing my name, I, the undersigned, certify that I am signing this document as the person whose signature is required, or as agent of the person(s) whose signature would be required who has authorized me to sign this document on his/her behalf, or in both capacities. I further certify that I have completed all required fields, and that the information in this document is true and correct and in compliance with the applicable chapter of Minnesota Statutes. I understand that by signing this document, I am subject to the penalties of perjury as set forth in Section 609.48 as if I had signed this document under oath.
    SIGNED BY: Jeremy Berg
    MAILING ADDRESS: 37007 641st Ave., Gibbon, MN 55335
    E-MAIL FOR OFFICIAL NOTICES: gjforst@newulmtel.net
    STATE SEAL
    Work Item 623332300021
    Original File Number
    623332300021
    STATE OF MINNESOTA
    OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE
    FILED: Oct. 20, 2012
           11:59 P.M.
    /s/ Mark Ritchie
    Secretary of State
    Published in the Sleepy Eye Herald-Dispatch Nov. 1 and 8, 2012.
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    PUBLIC NOTICE
    The Burn and Compost site, south of Sleepy Eye on T.H. 4, will be closed after Sunday, November 10, 2012.
    Published in the Sleepy Eye Herald-Dispatch Nov. 8, 2012.
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    Sleepy Eye ISD #84 Board of Education
    Sept. 13, 2012 7:30PM, Conference Room
    Members in Attendance:  Casey Coulson, Lori Hirschboeck, Keith Lendt, Darla Remus, Sheila Wurtzberger, Sheila Schmid, Superintendent Cselovszki.  Absent:  Ron Geiger.
    Meeting called to order by chair Darla Remus at 7:30 p.m.
    Good News Items: MCA test scores are strong! Volleyball strong,  tennis, cross country, and FFA team doing well. Football great potential, pending health of players.
    Chair recognized visitors, principal and press.
    Motion by Lori Hirschboeck, 2nd by Sheila Wurtzberger to approve Agenda as presented. M/C.
    Motion by Keith Lendt, 2nd by Casey Coulson to approve minutes of August 9, 2012 as presented.  M/C.            
    Motion by Sheila Wurtzberger, 2nd by Keith Lendt to approve September bills to be paid pending approval in the amount of $175,043.31, wire payments requesting approval in the amount of $171,527.30, bills paid requesting approval in the amount of $8,547.87, reimbursements paid requesting approval in the amount of $819.49, and cash transfer from MSDLAF+ to Americana in the amount of $358,000.00, as presented by Mr. Brian Pederson, finance director.  M/C.            
    Page 2 of 5 - Reports:
    A: Committee meetings – Facilities and policy committees met.
    B: Principal’s report – Good workshop week with several new initiatives, including technology /web pages/student system –staff and students holding up well. Timeliness of students and attendance seem to be going well. High school has 286 students plus 22 from St Mary’s (mostly Spanish, some Ag and/or Construction trades). Meeting with chamber and local business to discuss possibility of work experience program for students.
    C: Superintendent’s report –  Grade school has 320 students. Math and reading tests mostly met or exceeded per group; gains made in every category with strong trending  present. Still waiting for science test results. MMR results also shared; proficiency strong, growth is good; achievement gap has opportunity for growth (need this criteria to be awarded reward school).  High school made gains as well. Adding half day for staff development purposes (due to new initiatives in technology, student measurement, website) on September 28th. Meet and confer will discuss staff request to restructure class advisor structure. Campus parent open house September 20th from 4:30pm-7:00pm. Participating in AMAZE anti-bullying program pilot program for 3rd-5th graders. SMART boost up room functional and working well.
    Action items:
    A: Approve overload assignment for Kris Bloedel $1328 additional for 25 minutes overload for a semester.
    B: Approve Sandy Brinkmann to .16% at $7,141.76
    C: Approve hire of Nicole Wilder Jensen, Elementary Instructor at $32,218 BA
    D: Approve correction of Amber R. Dell-Green’s contract amount $18,515 not $18,815
    E: Accept athletic booster club $400 donation to SEPS softball team
    F: Accept athletic booster club $800 donation to SEPS baseball team
    G: Approve Emily Piotter as ECSE one-on-one paraprofessional for 2012-13 school year 10 hrs a week @ $9.93/hr, 4 days a week
    H:  Approve resignation of Cathy Burden, Special Education Paraprofessional, immediately
    I: Approve hire of Daniel Paur, Special Education Paraprofessional, at 9.93/hr @ 6.75 hrs/day
    J: Approve hire of Peggy A. Seidl, School Readiness paraprofessional, at $9.93/hr @ 6hrs/day, 78 days plus prep work
    K: Approve hire of Alisa Mangen as Mock Trial Coordinator @ $693
    L: Approve child care request for Ashley Price for six weeks
    M: Approve lane changes for Aaron Nesvold BA 30 to MA and Sherri Seifert BA 60 to BA 75
    N: Approve paraprofessional assignments/hours for 2012-13 school year:
    Paraprofessional-Elem. Hrs/Day
    Forst, Joan    6.5
    Gonzalez, Maria    7
    Ludewig, Julie     7
    Nelson, Deanna    6.25
    Okerman, Karen    6.25
    Walter, Denise    7 MTF
            6.25 WRF
    Special Education Paraprofessionals Elementary   Hrs/Day
    Page 3 of 5 - Borth, Jayne     8 MT TH
            7.5 W
    Braulick, Linda    6.25 WTH F
            6.75 TWF
    Hoffmann, Lauren    7
    Ibberson, Lori    5.5 Elem.
            1.25 HS
    Mages, Jane    7.5 MT TH
            6.75 W F
    Meidl, Sue    6.75 M-TH
            4 F
    Piotter, Emily    2.5 4/days wk
    Riederer, Lisa    6.5
    Schieffert, Kari    7 4/days wk
    Sorensen, Charlotte    7
    Theisen, Jennifer    6.25
    Wicke, Amber    6.75
    Computer        Hrs/Day
    Maas, Mary    5
    Media
    Bergs, Kathy    6.75
    Office
    Ahlrich, Kathy    8    
    High School
    Special Education Paraprofessional
    Fischer, Kirstie      6.75
    Maasz, Judy      6.75
    Paur, Dan          6.75
    Price Ashley      6.75
    Wiechmann, Antonia  6.75
    Media
    Hansen, Jan    6.75
    Office
    Johnson, Anita    8    
    O: Approve ECFE programs for 2012-13 as follows:
    ECFE program staff  2012-13
    Discovery Time
    Teacher – Cheyenne Lax – 52 days @ 7 hrs plus prep, screening coordinating, newsletter
    Para - Barb Seifert – 52 days @ 3.5 hours
    Para – Linda Haala – 52 days @ 2.5 hours
    School Readiness
    Teacher – Lauren Lippert – 81 days @ 7.5 hrs plus prep, web page, meetings
    Para – Barb Seifert – 81 days @7.25 hours
    Para – Peggy Seidl – 78 days @6 hours (starting Sept 17) plus learning packets
    ECFE classes
    Toddlers – 16 sessions per year
    Two year olds – 18 sessions per year
    Three to Fives, Mixed Ages – 18 sessions per year
    Teachers – 3 hours per class; Paras – 2 hours per class
    Early Childhood Teacher – Cheyenne Lax – Twos (3), Three to Fives
    Early Childhood Teacher  -  Casie Schewe – Toddlers (3)
    Early Childhood Teacher – Lauren Lippert – Twos , Toddlers for rest of year
    Parent Educator – Pat Stevermer – Mixed Ages, Toddlers, Three to Fives
    Parent Educator – Cheyenne Lax - Twos
    Para – Linda Haala – Three to Fives (am) plus prep work for DT and SR
    Para – Kelly Nachreiner – Toddlers, 3-5’s
    Page 4 of 5 - Para – Cheyenne Lax – Twos
    Para – Peggy Seidl – afternoon 3-5’s
    Special Events staff assigned as needed to work with volunteers
    P: Approve extra and co-curricular assignments for the 2012-13 school year:
    FFA Advisors
    Head- Mary Hoffmann
    Asst.- Ben Seifert, Alisa Mangen
    National Honor Society
    Sarah Dummer
    E Sat Advisor
    Lauren Hoffmann
    Newspaper
    Gloria Nachreiner
    Student Council Advisor
    Deb Reinarts
    Yearbook Advisor
    Gloria Nachreiner
    Knowledge Bowl Advisor
    Mindy Berkner-Senior High
    Mindy Berkner- Jr. High
    Band Director K-12
    Erik Root
    Vocal Director K-12
    Mary Mulry
    One Act Play Director
    Amber Franta
    Three Act Play Directors
    NUACT (Paul Warshauer-Director)
    Colbly Gallagher-Technical Director
    Mock Trial Coordinator
    Alisa Mangen – Head
     
    Speech-Declam
    Coop-Brianna Jensen
    Football
    Head – Cory Haala
    Asst. – Dean Deibele
    Asst. – Joe Hoffmann
    Jr. High-Bruce Belseth
    Jr. High-Kevin Schneider
    Volleyball
    Head-Courtney Brey
    Asst.-Sam Schmitt
    Jr. High- Kris Bloedel
     
    Tennis Coop
    Head-Bradd Goede
    Asst.-Peg Larson(Springfield Coach)
    Jr. High-Jordan Rathman
    Cross Country Coop
    Head-Scott DeMaris – St. Mary’s
    Wrestling Coop
    Asst.-Randy Netzke
    Boys Basketball
    Head-Brian Polesky
    Asst-Scott Hadley
    Jr. High-Matt Hardin
    Girls Basketball
    Head – Ryan Hulke
    Asst.-Nicole Schroeder
    Jr. High –
    Hockey
    Head –  Eric Setterholm
    Baseball
    Head – Aaron Nesvold
    Asst. – Cory Haala
    Jr. High – Scott Hadley
    Track Coop
    Head – Kris Bloedel
    Asst. – Jerry Neubauer-St. Mary’s
    Jr. High- Jaci Carr
     
    Golf
    Head – Kaleb Walter
    Asst. – Trent Weicherding
    Softball
    Head – Tim Hoffmann
    Asst. – Amber Franta
    Jr. High- Randy Netzke
    Cheerleading
    Betsy Jensen
    Danceline
    Lauren Hoffmann
    Athletic Director
    Cory Haala
    Dean Deibele
    Senior Class of 2013
    Mindy Berkner – Head
    Colby Gallagher
    Erik Root
    Junior Class of 2014
    Deb Reinarts – Head
    Cory Haala
    Gloria Nachreiner
    Sophomores Class of 2015
    Page 5 of 5 - Kevin Schneider-Head
    Ashley Hawker
    Mary VanRoekel
    Freshmen Class of 2016
    Aaron Nesvold-Head
    Mary Hoffmann
    Troy Vangsness
    Grade 8 Class of 2017
    Dean Deibele – Head
    Amber Franta
    Arica Otte
    Grade 7 Class of 2018
    Sherri Seifert – Head
    Bradd Goede
    Michelle Missling   
    Q: Certify 2012 payable 2013 levy for maximum amount “pending information becoming available from MDE”
    R: Call for snow removal quotes for 2012-13
    S: Approve open enrollment of two students to SE, two out to New Ulm
    T: Approve 2011-12 Annual Report for Improving Student Achievement Initiative Flexible Learning Year Application
    U: Approve Memorandum of Understanding (Race to the Top-District Grant) between Lynd Public School District and members of Southwest Minnesota Rural RTT Project
    V: Approve resignation of Chris Unger, Spec. Educ. Paraprofessional, effective 9-25-12
    W: Approve hire of Antonia Wiechmann, Spec. Educ. Paraprofessional, for 6.75hrs/day @ $9.93/hr
    Motion by Casey Coulson, 2nd by Sheila Wurtzberger to approve action items A-W. M/C
    Approve following resolution:
    Motion to transfer funds in the Melvin and Carol Speckman Scholarship Fund held by ISD #84 @22,510.45 to Sleepy Eye Education Foundation, 400 4th AVE SW, Sleepy Eye, MN 56085.  Federal Tax ID; 41-1992140. (A 501©3 corporation).  The Scholarship will be awarded following the same criteria as originally specified.
    Motion by Sheila Schmid, 2nd by Keith Lendt to approve resolution.  M/C.
    Next meeting is Thursday, October 11th, 2012 @7:30PM      
    Motion by Casey Coulson, 2nd  by Keith Lendt to adjourn at 8:08 p.m.    M/C
    Respectfully submitted,
    Sheila Schmid, Clerk
    Published in the Sleepy Eye Herald-Dispatch Nov. 8, 2012.
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