Dec. 13, 2022
To the Residents of Rosebud Township
Notice is hereby given that a township election in the Town of Rosebud, County of Polk, State of Minnesota will be held on Tuesday, March 14, 2023.
Affidavit of Candidacy may be filed with the town clerk at the clerk’s home, 33435 410th ST SE, Fosston, MN (call 435-1871 or 218-431-0087), opening at 9 o’clock a.m. on January 3, 2023 and closing at 5 o’clock p.m. on January 17, 2023 for the following offices:
One (1) supervisor – 3-year term
One (1) treasurer – 2-year term
A $2.00 filing fee is required by law.
Cheryl F. Winkelmann
Rosebud Town Clerk
INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT #601
FOSSTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
FOSSTON, MN 56542
HIGH SCHOOL CONFERENCE ROOM
December 15, 2022 7:00 PM
District Mission Statement: The 601 public school community pledges to assist students in discovering that dreams, creative thinking, responsibility and respect inspire success.
*By strengthening and nurturing self-esteem, respect for oneself and others, and a strong sense of responsibility in each one of the students.
*By consistently serving as positive role models for the students, setting high standards for ourselves as well as for them, instilling a drive to always work to their highest potential.
*By working to impress in them a lifelong passion for learning, stimulating academic and social growth.
TRUTH N TAXATION MEETING AT 6:00 PM
HIGH SCHOOL CONFERENCE ROOM
1.0 CALL TO ORDER, Chair
1.1 Pledge of Allegiance
1.2 Welcome Visitors
2.0 APPROVAL OF AGENDA
3.0 CONSENT AGENDA-Approval of Consent Agenda Items as Listed (A) Minutes from Regular Board Meeting November 17, 2022; (B) Computer Checks and Wire Payments; (C) Payroll Checks and Direct Deposits.
4.0 PUBLIC COMMENTS
Public Comment at this time will be limited to specific issues as presented on this agenda. Those wishing to address the board during opening public comment are encouraged to sign up with the superintendent’s office prior to 5:00 p.m. on the day of the board meeting. There will be a three minute time limit per speaker. The public comment session prior to the business portion of the board meeting will last no longer than 20 minutes. See comment guidelines at the end of this agenda for further information about public comment.
5.0 STUDENT/STAFF/CONSTITUANTS REPORTS
5.1 Magelssen Student Leaders
5.2 High School Student Council
6.1 Fund Balance Report
6.2 Approval of Budget Revisions as Presented.
6.3 Approval of ICS Proposal.
6.4 Approval of Baird Financial Proposal as Presented.
6.5 Motion for Final Approval of 2022 Payable 2023 Levy Certification for $2,240,447.61.
6.6 TIF (Tax Increment Financing) Presentation
7.1 Elementary Principal
7.2 High School Principal
8.1 Approve Hire of Kayla Heller as Long Term Substitute.
11.1 Other – Region 1 Joint Powers Election
12.0 MEETING SCHEDULE – Next Regular Board Meeting TBD, High School Conference Room.
Welcome to the board meeting of Fosston School District #601. We value comments and input from employees and the public. In the interest of maintaining an orderly meeting, we ask that you adhere to the following established guidelines:
1. Anyone wishing to speak to an item included on the agenda during Public Comments are encouraged to sign up with the superintendent’s office prior to 5:00 p.m. the day of the board meeting. Individuals will be acknowledged by the board chair. When called upon to speak, please state your name and topic. All remarks shall be addressed to the board as a whole. If there are a number of individuals present to speak on the same topic, please appoint a spokesperson that can summarize the issue. Public comment will be limited to 3 minutes per individual and will be limited in total to 20 minutes.
2. During Public Comments, the board and administration will listen to comments but will not immediately respond.
3. Disrespectful comments or comments of a personal nature will not be allowed to be presented or openly discussed during a board meeting.
4. Information that is classified as non-public data such as age, marital status, religion, dependents, health information, allegations, or any other information that is classified as both private and confidential by Minn. Stat. Ch. 13. A person who willfully violates data privacy is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Minn. Stat. Ch. 13.09).
5. Personnel concerns should follow the appropriate chain of command. These concerns should be addressed to the building principal; the second step should be to present the issue to the superintendent. The final step would be to present the issue in writing to the board.
6. Requests for items to be placed on the agenda must be presented to the superintendent or board chair at least 7 days before the scheduled board meeting, or by Board consent prior to approval of Board Agenda.
Sletten Township has the following positions open for election.
1. Treasurer for a two year position
2. Supervisor for a three year position
Filing will begin January 3 and end January 17, 2023