MINUTES BLACK HILLS SPECIAL SERVICES COOPERATIVE P.O. BOX DICKSON DRIVE STURGIS, SOUTH DAKOTA

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1 MINUTES BLACK HILLS SPECIAL SERVICES COOPERATIVE P.O. BOX DICKSON DRIVE STURGIS, SOUTH DAKOTA The regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the Black Hills Special Services Cooperative was held on July 26, 2017, at the TIE Office, 1925 Plaza Boulevard, Rapid City, South Dakota, with the following members present: Tammy Clem, Belle Fourche (BF); Bryan Bauer, Douglas (DO); Susan Humiston, Edgemont (ED); Anita Peterson, Haakon (HA); Dennis Krull, Hill City (HL); Orson Ward, Lead/Deadwood (LD); Charlie Wheeler, Meade (ME); and Amy Cermak, Spearfish (SP). Custer, Hot Springs, Rapid City, and Oelrichs were not present. Administrators present were Dr. Joe Hauge, Executive Director; Shirley Halverson, Director of Developmental Disabilities; Dr. Pam Lange, Development Coordinator; Karen Parry, Network Administrator; and Georgia Sandgren, Business Manager. Jeff Rieckman, Jean Helmer, Kate Thomas, Heather Grace, Lori Jeffery and Polly Unterbrunner were in attendance. Unless otherwise noted, all Board action was by unanimous vote. Agenda Item I. Call to Order. The meeting was called to order at 6:30 p.m. by Anita Peterson, President. Agenda Item II. Agenda. It was moved by Ward (LD), seconded by Clem (BF), and carried to approve the Agenda. Agenda Item III. Approval of Minutes. The Minutes were published in the July 12, 2017, issue of the Rapid City Journal. It was moved by Ward (LD), seconded by Humiston (ED), and carried to approve the Minutes as written. Agenda Item IV. Approval of Bills. The financial statement and supplemental bill list were available for review by the Budget Committee prior to the regular meeting. It was moved by Cermak (SP), seconded by Clem (BF), and carried to approve the financial statement and the payment of the bills. Client, personal needs, $80.00; Client, personal needs, $100.00; Client, personal needs, $80.00; Client, personal needs less copay, $80.00; Client, personal needs, $80.00; Client, personal needs, $30.00; Client, personal needs, $100.00; Client, personal needs, $200.00; Client, personal needs, $80.00; Client, personal needs, $80.00; Client, personal needs, $58.05; Client, personal needs, $80.00; Client, personal needs, $80.00; Client, personal needs, $100.00; Client, personal needs, $100.00; Client, personal needs, $80.00; Client, personal needs, $186.00; Client, personal needs, $80.00; Client, personal needs, $274.00; Client, personal needs, $30.00; Client, personal needs, $91.14; Client, personal needs, $80.00; Client, personal needs, $77.98; Client, personal needs, $80.00; Client, personal needs, $80.00; Client, personal needs, $30.00; Client, personal needs,

2 BHSSC Minutes July 26, 2017 Page 2 $80.00; Client, personal needs, $80.00; Client, personal needs, $100.00; Client, personal needs, $99.00; Client, personal needs, $30.00; Client, personal needs, $100.00; Client, personal needs, $80.00; Client, personal needs, $100.00; Client, personal needs, $80.00; Client, personal needs, $80.00; Client, personal needs, $30.00; Client, personal needs, $142.00; Client, personal needs, $80.00; Client, personal needs, $100.00; Black Hills Special Services, residential, copay, $25,934.55; AJB Partnership, lease, $150.00; Laurie or John Nissen, boarding provider, $780.00; Three Rivers Coop, services, $30,172.80; James Hardee, rent, $274.84; Tarra Bame, supplies, $9.87; Bering, lease, $925.00; USPS, postage, $49.00; Roger Dean Winegar, rent, $300.00; Roger Dean Winegar, rent, $300.00; Valley View Estates, rent, $300.00; Jennifer Biggers, mileage, $102.48; Circle R, lease, $5,085.00; Bethany Cook, mileage, supplies, $102.16; Mark Cook, fuel, $69.83; Patrick Czerny, travel, $192.00; Gwyneth Dean-Witte, per diem, supplies, $448.97; Judith Eason, mileage, $0.00; Marlys Feist, mileage, phone, $217.72; Melissa Flor, per diem, $15.00; Lindsay Frankenfeld, travel, supplies, $437.48; Barry Gravatt, per diem, supplies, $80.34; Bonnie Gusso, per diem, supplies, $111.14; Lisa Gustin, mileage, $111.30; David Halverson, travel, $1,112.32; Shirley Halverson, travel, $79.00; Roni Hanson, mileage, $22.26; Joseph Hauge, mileage, meals, $560.34; Connie Hermann, travel, phone, postage, supplies, $530.45; Taryn Bennet, wage advance, $200.00; Michael Webb, wage advance, $300.00; Allen Hemmah, wage advance, $1,100.00; Jennifer Ross, wage advance, $300.00; Div of Criminal Investigation, fingerprint checks, $259.50; Stephanie Charging Eagle, OSEU Stipend, $125.00; Victor Douville, OSEU Stipend, $125.00; Duane Hollow Horn Bear, OSEU Stipend, $125.00; Dorothy LeBeau, OSEU Stipend, $125.00; SD State Treasurer, sales tax, $131.41; Jessica Iversen, wage advance, $300.00; Denny Rooks, wage advance, $300.00; Lori Larson, travel funds, $443.48; Judith Eason, travel, $159.60; Kristy Messner, wage advance, $1,000.00; Div of Criminal Investigation, fingerprint checks, $389.25; Rebecca Israelson, postage, $9.42; Kristin Kiner, mileage, supplies, $448.31; Cindy Kirschman, per diem, supplies, $126.54; Bradley Konechne, travel, supplies, $258.75; Kristin Kowalski, per diem, $96.00; Jean Larson, travel, $555.80; Kyle Laughlin, travel, $221.68; Donalee Leavens, mileage, $104.58; Rhonda Lipp, per diem, $90.00; Brooke Lusk, mileage, supplies, $59.69; Julie Mathiesen, travel, meals, supplies, $1,367.81; Kristy Messner, per diem, $15.00; Amelia Meyer, travel, $105.00; Kelly Morrison, mileage, tuition, supplies, $1,649.10; Sally Munger, per diem, $90.00; Peggy Outka, mileage, $31.08; Karen Parry, mileage, supplies, $1,507.51; Beverly Petersen, per diem, fuel, $87.70; Marjo Peters, per diem, $47.00; Gloria Pluimer, travel, supplies, $44.38; Tammera Ring-Gjerde, license, $33.00; Janet Rose-Perrenoud, per diem, $47.00; Roshal Rossman, travel, postage, fingerprinting, $1,179.98; Daniel Rounds, travel, supplies, $361.52; Barbara Rowenhorst, per diem, $30.00; Georgia Sandgren, mileage, $57.96; David Scherer, per diem, $122.00; Sherry Scherer, per diem, $43.00; Linda Schoon, travel, $349.60; Stacy Seigfred, phone, supplies, $93.30; Lennie Symes, travel, $209.70; Marcia Torgrude, travel, $185.00; Patricia Vandenburg, postage, $49.00; Donna Vanveldhuizen, mileage, supplies, $12.88; Western Resources for Independent, respite, child care, booth rent, $317.50; Erin Zimmerman, supplies, $77.04; AT&T, phone, supplies, $866.84; BH Energy, utilities, $5,275.18; Brookings Utilities, utilities, $353.00; Butte Electric Coop, utilities, $385.64; City of Hot Springs, utilities, $158.19; City of Spearfish, utilities, $87.10; Envirotech, utilities, $23.06; Golden West Co, phone, $631.51; Kieffer Sanitation, utilities, $562.58; Lead-Deadwood Sanitary Dist, utilities, $81.06; MDU, utilities, $299.80; Midco Business, phone, $1,397.48; Nelson's Oil & Gas, propane, $360.15; Rapid City Utility Bill, utilities, $607.98; Scott Bolte Sanitation, utilities, $22.43; Sturgis Water Dept, utilities, $1,129.51; Swiftel Comm, phone, $249.66; Vast Broadband, phone, $735.37; Wright Express, fuel, $16,077.11; Windstream, phone, $11.75; WRT, phone, $104.49; Lynn Arnold, services, $580.00; Richard Ashley, refund, $50.00; Joseph Barnett, services, $500.00; Donald Bartlette, stipend, $300.00; Jacob Bartels, training, $100.00; Brenda Beck, travel,

3 BHSSC Minutes July 26, 2017 Page 3 $412.43; Renae Borchard, services, travel, $1,151.87; Peggy Boydston, stipend, mileage, $274.72; Luisa E Brace, training, $100.00; Lindsey Brewer, services, travel, $2,242.30; Jennifer Brunson, travel, $425.00; Tina Burlison, supplies, $23.98; Danielle Butler, respite, $72.19; Amy Cameron, stipend, travel, $229.24; Steven Chase, services, $240.00; Spencer Cody, stipend, travel, $283.84; Luke Connally, stipend, travel, $316.60; Linda Denke, refund, $50.00; Tria Dennis, services, mileage, $121.40; Cate Diede, stipend, mileage, $234.40; Charalet Dunnigan, travel, $1,500.00; Kathy Engst, services, travel, $776.20; John Erickson, supplies, $32.99; Rex Fackrell, training, $80.00; Ida Fast Wolf, travel, $555.40; Alex Felecos, training, $70.00; Nape Fox, stipend, $300.00; Wayne Fox, stipend, $300.00; Chastity Frogg, travel, $367.44; Megan Garrett, services, $180.00; Dawn George, travel, $443.48; Cynthia Gerlach, services, travel, $918.10; Robin Gigev, stipend, travel, $220.12; Jennifer Gordon, activity fee, supplies, $82.42; Nicole Graves, services, travel, $596.61; Corinna Haag, supplies, $400.00; Taylor Hamblin, services, $530.00; Heather Hanson, services, $210.00; James Hayes IV, stipend, travel, $439.40; Christina Heinz, refund, $50.00; Larry Helmich, mileage, $67.20; Kim Heuer, registration, $187.50; Ellen Hohbach, services, travel, $944.98; Yvonne Houchin, services, $120.00; Samuel Johnson, training, $100.00; Lakisha Jordan, services, travel, $983.93; Nicole Keegan, stipend, travel, $301.48; Lenessa Keehn, services, travel, $1,317.91; Coleen Keffeler, services, travel, $1,285.39; Kelsi Kinmunen, stipend, $100.00; Teri Kinsley, services, $200.00; Debra Kraft, services, travel, $872.50; Sara Kumpf, janitorial, $850.00; Lori Larson, travel, supplies, repairs, $501.73; Barbara Lee, services, $150.00; Kevin Lein, services, travel, $386.20; Cassandra Lunderman, training, $100.00; Sande Marso, supplies, $167.27; Samantha Massey, services, $360.00; Michael McCreary, travel, $602.32; Alexandra Meehan, services, $100.00; Charlotte Mohling, services, travel, $889.26; Angela Moon, grant, $238.00; Amber Muldoon, training, $100.00; Brittany Neiles, services, $70.00; Helen Nichols, dietitian, mileage, $3,653.16; Jeff Noonan, lodging, $139.61; Nicole Olson, stipend, $100.00; Kari Oyen, stipend, $100.00; Melody Parsons, travel, $760.28; Sarah Perez, services, travel, $725.63; Jenna Peters, services, $300.00; Cheryl Prunty, services, $295.00; Ann Reams, lessons, $50.00; Heather Reed, mileage, $45.00; Joe Reston, training, $100.00; Becky Richardson, services, $700.00; Christopher Riley, services, $160.00; Stacey Schmaltz, childcare, $500.00; Jeffrey Schneider, stipend, travel, $319.12; Kendra Shade, stipend, $100.00; Serena Shape, training, $100.00; Valerie Shull, services, $820.00; Melanie Sletten, travel, $4,997.90; Brenda Smith, speaker fee, $527.68; Kia Smith, supplies, $112.10; Dorothy Story, stipend, travel, $379.60; Lake Taylor, training, $100.00; Nicole Thompson, services, $200.00; Karley Thorson, services, $620.00; Delmar Toczek, services, $220.00; Cara Vanberkum, supplements, $37.22; Kerri Whipple, services, $280.00; Linda White, stipend, mileage, $234.40; Angie Wilson, training, $100.00; Dylan Wince, services, $640.00; Sammii Wright, training, $100.00; Chris Zoll, training, $100.00; A&B Business Inc Solutions, supplies, $321.22; A&B Pure Water Online, equipment rent, $59.95; Acellus Learning Services, materials, $2,200.00; Ace, keys, $7.47; Admin Partners, services, $156.00; A-I Computer Solutions, supplies, $50.00; Amazon/GE Money Bank, supplies, $1,251.39; Amazon/GE Money Bank, supplies, $946.62; Amazon/GE Money Bank, supplies, $4,972.07; Amazon/GE Money Bank, supplies, $2,188.80; Amazon/GE Money Bank, supplies, $1,986.25; Amazon/GE Money Bank, supplies, $1,543.54; Americinn, lodging, room rent, $786.34; Americinn, lodging, $71.50; Americinn, lodging, $134.98; Amick Sound, services, $1,393.20; A-Plus Janitorial, janitorial, $950.00; Arrowwood Resort, lodging, catering, room rentals, $25,490.42; ASCD, dues, $69.00; AT&T, phone, $294.65; A'viands, food service, $3,075.00; Bahr Chiropractic Wellness Ctr, services, $20.00; Baldwin Cooke, supplies, $62.47; Belle Fourche Sch, transportation, mileage, $3,180.37; Bennett County Sch, reimbursement, $10,807.11; Belle Fourche Comm Ctr, admission, recreation, $1,027.50; B&H Asphalt Paving & Maint, services, $612.25; BH Chemical & Janitorial, supplies, $162.72; BH Counseling Svcs,

4 BHSSC Minutes July 26, 2017 Page 4 services, $300.00; BH Energy, utilities, $6,403.93; BH Meat Co, food, $1,404.61; BH Pioneer, advertising, $877.50; BH Pure, salt, cooler rent, $601.50; Black Hills Urgent Care, services, $360.00; Black Hawk Vans, services, $595.50; BH Works, supported employment, $100.00; Bluegrass Playgrounds, supplies, $1,544.00; Gladys Bogar, meals, $23.86; Brett Burden, per diem, $32.00; Campbell Supply, supplies, $63.78; Capital Journal, advertising, $1,162.07; Cavandyls Catering, catering, $200.00; CDW Govt, supplies, $132.28; Cedar Shore Resort, lodging, $1,309.00; Chemsearch, supplies, $719.97; Cheyenne Sanitation, utilities, $51.00; City of Chamberlain, swim pass, $40.00; City of Lead, utilities, $89.05; City of Doland, grant, $258.40; Conserv Flag Co, supplies, $176.80; Country Inn & Suites, lodging, $961.20; Creative Printing, supplies, $143.56; CSD, rent, $375.00; CSP of SD, registrations, $150.00; Culligan, water, salt, softener rent, cooler rent, $145.50; Culver's, meals, $23.57; Daily Bread, meals, $9.25; Dakota Hardware, supplies, $184.81; Dakota Supply Group, supplies, $447.24; Darrel Davis, mileage, $256.20; Den-Wil, leases, $720.00; Dept of Human Svcs, lease, $602.67; Dex Media, advertising, $188.50; Domino's Pizza, meals, $29.56; Door Security Prod, supplies, $65.05; Dairy Queen, meals, $124.56; Dairy Queen, meals, $104.34; Dairy Queen, supplies, $24.99; Early Childhood Connections, training, $60.00; Earth Goods, food, $227.11; Ecolab, services, $538.55; Edgemont Herald Tribune, subscription, $40.00; Education Resources, registration, $450.00; Julie Erickson, per diem, $32.00; Fairfield Inn, lodging, $144.00; Fairfield Inn and Suites, lodging, $372.00; Family Pharmacy, supplements, $50.84; Farmer Brothers, supplies, $108.48; Feeding South Dakota, supplies, $286.18; Flint Electric, services, $42.33; Flying E Floral, supplies, $76.00; Fos Tech Solutions, license fee, $400.00; Freeman's Elec Svc, services, $1,490.00; French Cleaners, dry cleaning, $192.50; Frontier Glass of Belle, services, parts, $60.00; Gelling's Auto Svc, services, $33.95; Golden West Tech, pager service, phone repair, $165.40; Golden West Tech, sonic walls, $320.00; Graham Tire, services, $685.16; Jordan Graham, mileage, $23.94; Grocery Mart, food, $75.59; Great Western Tire, services, $1,408.15; Great Western Tire, services, $1,875.56; Hagen, services, $81.64; Handyman Al, services, $386.41; Harlow's Bus Sales, parts, $210.97; HDIS, supplies, $197.17; HDIS, supplies, $440.60; HDIS, supplies, $1,042.40; HDIS, supplies, $32.46; HDIS, supplies, $1,792.72; HDIS, supplies, $278.85; HDIS, supplies, $593.65; Heartland Paper, supplies, $2,230.09; Hersrud's, services, $9,624.75; Hersrud's, vehicle, $7,949.00; Cecil & Elaine Hildebrandt Living Trust, lease, $1,150.00; Hills Edge Auto Sales, services, $473.32; Hillyard, supplies, $257.36; Holiday Inn Exp, lodging, $504.00; Sherri Horan, travel, $180.36; Horsley Specialties, services, $346.13; Michelle Hosman, per diem, supplies, $74.64; Hot Springs Ace Hardware, supplies, $99.18; Humanware, supplies, $100.20; Indoff, supplies, $42.54; Inman's Water Tech, cooler rent, $26.30; Cindy Ireland, mileage, $109.20; ISILLC, services, $77.60; ISTE, registration, $410.00; Jacobs Auto Repair, services, $13.50; JC Office Supply, supplies, $340.48; JED Spectrum, lease, $1,745.30; J&K Kwik Stop, fuel, $170.00; Just Jymnastics, tuition, $67.00; K12 Mgmt, services, supplies, $6,903.00; K&D Appliance, supplies, $1,120.52; Key City Glass, supplies, $313.00; Kmart, supplies, $269.35; Knecht Home Ctr, supplies, $14.00; Mark Kocmich, mileage, $104.16; Lakota Plains Propane, propane, $200.00; Robin Lamb, supplies, $40.00; Lead- Deadwood Sch, registrations, $780.00; Leaning Door Enterprises, services, $75.75; Learning Resources Network, membership, $395.00; Rhonda Leneaugh, per diem, $90.00; Little Blessings Daycare, grant, $240.00; Cruz Lotz, postage, $24.50; Lowe's Home Ctr, supplies, $145.69; Lunchtime Solutions, meals, $170.00; Lynn's Dakotamart, supplies, $231.55; Lynn's Dakotamart, food, supplies, $2,747.13; Lynn's Dakotamart, food, supplies, $1,322.26; Lynn's Pharmacy, supplies, $33.70; Lynn's Dakotamart, food, supplies, $5,218.17; Main Street Market, supplies, $223.80; Marco, copier lease, $201.56; Marco, copier lease, $179.60; Marco, copiers lease, $3,495.26; Marco, copier leases, $2,606.02; Mastercard, supplies, airfare, license, exam fee, $3,550.19; Mastercard, airfare, supplies, advertising, testing vouchers, $2,029.50; Matfactor,

5 BHSSC Minutes July 26, 2017 Page 5 services, $516.50; McDonalds, meals, $14.93; McDonalds, meals, $114.41; McIntosh Sch, travel, $455.32; MDU, utilities, $185.45; Meade Sch, food service, $4,287.80; The Medicine Shoppe, supplies, $40.00; Menards, supplies, $4.98; Menards, supplies, $396.39; Menards, supplies, $78.48; Amy Meyer, supplies, $23.42; Midamerican Energy Corp, utilities, $8.00; Midco Business, phone, internet, $815.03; Gloria Miller, per diem, $48.00; Miracle Workers, services, $1,200.00; M&M Day Care Ctr, grant, $500.00; Mobridge Pollock Sch, travel, $252.84; Moore Medical Corp, supplies, $297.76; MS Mail, supplies, $465.56; Multi Svc Tech Solutions, supplies, $153.96; Wilfred Myers, travel, $182.36; My Place Hotel, lodging, $360.00; Nelson's Oil & Gas, services, propane, $629.75; Newell Sch, refund, $68.52; New Readers Press, supplies, $362.00; NH Cinema, movies, $75.54; National Indian Education Assoc, registrations, memberships, $1,200.00; Northern State Univ, room rental, $5,000.00; Oahe Health Mgmt, services, $126.50; Office Max Contract, supplies, $1,199.25; Judith Oldert, per diem, $90.00; O'Reilly Auto Parts, parts, $595.35; Owens Interstate Sales, parts, $239.91; Parkway Car Wash, car washes, $107.00; PBJ Lawn & Property Care, services, $425.00; People Care, companion care, $378.60; Performance Hme & Safety, supplies, $73.61; Keith or Deb Pickett, boarding provider, $1,530.00; Pizza Hut, meals, $202.00; Pizza Ranch, meals, $384.00; Pizza Ranch, meals, $20.66; Pizza Ranch, meals, $42.00; Pizza Ranch, meals, $54.97; Pizza Ranch, meals, $21.66; Richard Pluimer Prof, legal services, $5,000.00; PMB 0112, phone, $114.03; Popeye's, meals, $61.23; Postmaster, box rent, permit, $369.00; Prairie Hills Transit, transportation, mileage, $518.00; Princeton Health Press, supplies, $1,045.00; Printer Supplies Com, supplies, $287.00; Prosthetic & Orthotic Group, supplies, $1,433.96; Pleasant Valley Homeowners Assoc, utilities, $235.00; Pyramid Constr, services, $183.60; Quill Corp, supplies, $983.54; Quill Corp, supplies, $1,108.90; Ramada, lodging, $272.16; Ramkota Hotel, lodging, $2,267.99; Ramkota Hotel, lodging, catering, $7,816.49; Ramkota Inn, lodging, $1,994.79; Ramkota Inn, lodging, $186.00; Rapid City Sch, meals, bussing, $4,906.61; Rapid Delivery, delivery charges, $258.75; Rapid Fire Protection, services, $220.00; City of Rapid City, transportation, mileage, $135.00; Rapid City Journal, advertising, $1,065.86; Rapid City Utility Bill, utilities, $223.53; Refuse Solutions, utilities, $183.10; Reliamax Insurance, deductible, $566.58; Reliamax Insurance, insurance, $32,499.00; Reserve Account, postage, $1,400.00; Evonne Revell, travel, postage, fingerprinting, $434.37; Richards & Richards, guardianship, $1,260.00; Rockingtree Landscapes, services, $155.90; Paula Rooks, mileage, $47.04; Rural Development, rent, $1,296.00; Rushmore Office Supply, supplies, $3,037.30; Sander Sanitation Svc, utilities, $543.60; SASD, registration, memberships, $1,650.00; S&C Cleaners, services, $250.00; Scholastic, materials, $127.77; Scott Peterson Motors, services, $1,064.65; SDALL, memberships, $440.00; SD Coalition of Citizens with Disabilities, conference calling, $27.98; SD Dept of Labor, rent, $385.57; SD Dept of Human Svcs, match, $3,103.96; SD Discovery Ctr, supplies, admission, $1,168.00; SD Dept of Labor, unemployment, $182.43; South Dakota Network, lease, $385.00; State of SD, unclaimed property, $387.82; SD Teacher Placement, membership, $420.00; South East Education Cooperative, supplies, $4,254.21; Servall Uniform & Linen Supply, services, $824.02; Sioux Falls Family YMCA, grant, $493.49; SG Consulting, supplies, $3,300.00; Shinging Star Academy, grant, $270.00; Shopko, supplies, $2,505.71; Shore Creation, supplies, $240.00; Simpson's Printing, services, sign, $1,790.00; Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate, license, $100.00; SLM Consulting, services, $600.00; Paul Smith, per diem, $90.00; South Park Lanes, bowling, $157.00; Spearfish Sch, supplies, $75.00; Spearfish Rec Ctr, group pass, $297.33; Stamps.Com, monthly service fee, $119.96; Stamps.Com, postage, $1,000.00; Stanley Steemer, services, $401.00; Sharla Steever, lodging, $89.69; Stereos N' Stuff, supplies, $51.99; Denise Stiles, supplies, $211.65; Sturgis Regional Health, supplements, $32.96; Strider Sports Int'l, supplies, $208.00; Sturdevant's Auto Parts, parts, $16.77; Sturgis Napa, parts, $754.05; Subway, meals, $54.80; Subway, meals, $150.59; Subway, meals, catering, $99.58;

6 BHSSC Minutes July 26, 2017 Page 6 Suncatcher Tra, lessons, $823.00; Sunshine Foods, supplies, $365.17; Taco Johns, meals, $9.57; William Termes, fuel, $59.00; Tire Tech, services, $343.48; Town-N-Country Plumbing, supplies, $13.90; Tribune, advertising, $172.50; Trugreen Chemlawn Corp, services, $113.30; University of Montana, travel, $2,551.80; UPS, shipping, $429.48; United State Treasury, PCORI fee, $781.96; Vanway Trophy & Award, supplies, $16.00; Vast Broadband, phone, $7,799.78; Verizon, phone, $270.92; Morgan Vonhaden, tuition, $666.38; Walmart Community, supplies, $2,839.74; Watertown Foursquare Church, grant, $474.75; Gerri Webster, meals, $41.80; Western Comm, services, $561.00; West Unified Communications, conference calling, $41.75; Western Dakota Tech Inst, testing, $90.00; Wells Fargo Remittance Ctr, registrations, lodging, airfare, memberships, video hosting, subscription, cost share, training, $8,048.76; Winners Circle, meals, $9.55; West River Foundation, services, $5,075.00; West River Foundation, vehicle lease, $544.00; West River Foundation, lodging, $55.00; West River Foundation, rent, $1,285.00; West River Foundation, rent, $1,542.00; West River Foundation, rent, $1,272.00; West River Foundation, rent, $2,063.00; West River Foundation, supplies, $28.45; West River Foundation, vehicle leases, $2,307.06; West River Foundation, supplies, $72.92; West River Foundation, supplies, $887.52; West River Foundation, leases, $36,875.00; West River Foundation, lease, $2,058.67; West River Foundation, lease, $2,725.88; Xcel Energy, utilities, $130.04; XP Medical, supplies, $271.60; YMCA, grant, $487.94; YMCA, membership, lessons, $1,001.00; YMCA, membership, $948.00; Zestos, meals, $61.00; Zylstra Towing, services, $97.50; FINANCIAL STATEMENT General Fund Beginning Cash Balance June 28, 2917 $5,121, Total Receipts 1,386, Available Cash Balance 6,508, Disbursements Paid Vouchers 767, Payroll 915, Benefits/Insurances 640, Total Disbursements 2,323, Ending Cash Balance July 26, 2017 $4,184, Credit Card Account Beginning Cash Balance May 31, 2017 $43, Total Receipts 25, Total Disbursements 60, Ending Cash Balance June 30, 2017 $9, Community Education Beginning Cash Balance May 31, 2017 $4, Total Receipts 1, Total Disbursements 2, Ending Cash Balance June 30, 2017 $3, Agenda Item V. Personnel. The following recommendations were made concerning Personnel: NEW HIRES: Curt Corey as a Direct Support Professional for $10.00/hour; Shayla Heid as a Direct Support Professional for

7 BHSSC Minutes July 26, 2017 Page 7 $10.00/hour; Dana Studt as a Direct Support Professional for $13.75/hour; and John Enos as an Instructor for $16.00/hour. RESIGNATIONS/TERMINATIONS: Erin Cole; Janet Rose- Perrenoud; Amanda Hilgemann; Kevin Kiefer; Justin Lewis; Marilyn Mendenhall; and Bethanie Zeestraten. It was moved by Bauer (DO), seconded by Ward (LD), and carried to approve the recommended new hires, raises, changes, resignations, and terminations as presented. Agenda Item VI. Contracts & Grants. Lists of grants, contracts and amendments were presented to the Board. It was moved by Ward (LD), seconded by Clem (BF), and carried to approve the following grants, contracts, and amendments: STATE: Community Training Services $59,931.06; Family Support 360 amended $1,241,633.40; Benefits Specialists $345,484.92; Transition Project $478,693.27; Pre-Employment Transition Services $16,899.83; Closed Circuit Television Lease Program $34,418.55; Project Search $71,409.47; and Durable Medical Equipment Reuse Program amended $538, Agenda Item VII. Recognition of Service. Tanya Olson, Heath Greenough, and Jim Hansen were recognized for their years of service to the board at the June meeting. It was moved by Wheeler (ME), seconded by Cermak (SP), and carried to adjourn the meeting at 6:34 p.m. Anita Peterson, President Georgia R. Sandgren, Secretary The annual meeting of the Board of Directors of the Black Hills Special Services Cooperative was held on July 26, 2017, at the TIE Office, 1925 Plaza Boulevard, Rapid City, South Dakota, with the following members present: Tammy Clem, Belle Fourche (BF); Heather Grace, Custer (CU); Bryan Bauer, Douglas (DO); Susan Humiston, Edgemont (ED); Anita Peterson, Haakon (HA); Dennis Krull, Hill City (HL); Orson Ward, Lead/Deadwood (LD); Charlie Wheeler, Meade (ME); and Amy Cermak, Spearfish (SP). Hot Springs, Oelrichs, and Rapid City were not present. Administrators present were Dr. Joe Hauge, Executive Director; Shirley Halverson, Director of Developmental Disabilities; Dr. Pam Lange, Development Coordinator; Karen Parry, Network Administrator; and Georgia Sandgren, Business Manager. Jeff Rieckman, Jean Helmer, Kate Thomas, Lori Jeffery and Polly Unterbrunner were in attendance. Unless otherwise noted, all Board action was by unanimous vote. The meeting was called to order at 6:34 p.m. by Georgia Sandgren, Business Manager. Agenda Item VIII. Swearing in of New Board Members. Heather Grace was sworn in as a board member representative from Custer. Agenda Item IX Star Base Presentation

8 BHSSC Minutes July 26, 2017 Page 8 Polly Unterbrunner and Lori Jeffery explained STARBASE which is funded by the Department of Defense. It gives students hands-on STEM experiences through interactive experiments. STARBASE is a twenty-five hour academy. STARBASE inspires creativity and hands-on learning with features not found in any other classroom in a location students really want to come to. Powerful activities like rocket launches and 3D design let students engage with content in interactive ways, find new interests and access the world of STEM like never before. There are stationary sites in Rapid City and Sioux Falls and two traveling sites that operate thorough the school year. Agenda Item X. Disclosure of Actual or Potential Conflict(s) of Interest. Joe Hauge, Executive Director, disclosed that his wife Shirley Hauge is employed as a speech therapist by BHSSC. It was moved by Krull (HS) and seconded by Clem (BF), and carried that the Board has determined no conflict in this disclosure. Joe Hauge, Executive Director, disclosed that his wife Shirley Hauge also teaches autism classes for the University of South Dakota/Center for Disabilities. It was moved by Humiston (ED and seconded by Cermak (SP), and carried that the Board has determined no conflict in this disclosure. Agenda Item XI. Election of Officers/Committee Appointments. It was moved by Humiston (ED) and seconded by Clem (BF) to nominate Anita Peterson as President. It was moved by Ward (LD), seconded by Bauer (DO) and carried that nominations cease and a unanimous ballot be cast for Anita Peterson as President of the Board of Directors of BHSSC for the school year. It was moved by Clem (BF) and seconded by Bauer (DO) to nominate Susan Humiston as Vice President. It was moved by Clem (BF), seconded by Cermak (SP) and carried that nominations cease and a unanimous ballot be cast for Susan Humiston as Vice President of the Board of Directors of BHSSC for the school year. President Peterson appointed the following committee assignments for the school year: Transportation: Douglas, Haakon, Hot Springs, and Oelrichs; Budget/Negotiations: Belle Fourche, Custer, Lead/Deadwood, and Spearfish; and Personnel: Edgemont, Hill City, Meade, and Rapid City. Agenda Item XII. Appoint Members to Insurance Board. President Peterson appointed Orson Ward and Joe Hauge to serve as the Cooperative s representatives on the board of Black Hills Educational Benefits Cooperative.

9 BHSSC Minutes July 26, 2017 Page 9 Agenda Item XIII. Set Regular Meeting Date, Time, Place, Rate of Pay. It was moved by Bauer (DO), seconded by Clem (BF), and carried to set the fourth Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. as the meeting time and the TIE Office, 1925 Plaza Boulevard, Rapid City, SD, as the meeting place for the school year and to set $75.00 as the rate of pay for attending BHSSC Board meetings and special meetings for the school year. Agenda Item XIV. Budget Hearing. The Budget Hearing was held at 6:58 p.m. It was moved by Wheeler (ME), seconded by Cermak (SP), and carried to defer adoption of the Budget until the August meeting. Agenda Item XV. Contracts & Grants. A list of grants, contracts and amendments was presented to the Board. It was moved by Clem (BF), seconded by Wheeler (ME), and carried to approve the following grants, contracts, and amendments: LOCAL: Rapid City Area Sch Dist Technical Assistance/Title I $19, and North Rapid Community Schools $65,000.00; and Todd Co Sch Dist ELL Services $7,500.00; FEDERAL: National Farmworker Jobs Program $598,476.00; and South Dakota Work Incentives Planning & Assistance Program $110,000.00; STATE: Lesson Development Work $54,336.77; Foundational Reading Trainings $6,270.00; Service Coordination/Birth to 3 $321,367.00; West River Autism Services $34,600.00; and Special Education Review Team $271, Agenda Item XVI. Designate Depository of Funds, Official Newspaper. It was moved by Cermak (SP), seconded by Clem (BF), and carried to designate the Rapid City Journal as the official newspaper for the school year and to designate Wells Fargo Bank, First Interstate Bank, and Pioneer Bank as official depositories for the school year. Agenda Item XVII. Resolution Authorizing Business Manager to Transfer Funds. It was moved by Humiston (ED), seconded by Bauer (DO), and carried to approve the resolution that Georgia Sandgren has the authorization to transfer and invest funds for the Black Hills Special Services Cooperative during the school year. Agenda Item XVIII. Retain Legal Services & Auditing Firm. It was moved by Clem (BF), seconded by Ward (LD), and carried to approve Richard Pluimer as Black Hills Special Services Cooperative s legal counsel for the school year and to approve Casey Peterson and Associates to conduct the audit for the school year. Agenda Item XVIX. Adopt State Per Diem Rates

10 BHSSC Minutes July 26, 2017 Page 10 It was moved by Wheeler (ME), seconded by Ward (LD), and carried to approve the rate of reimbursement for mileage at 42 cents per mile and the per diem rate of $32.00 per day in-state and $45.00 per day out-of-state for the school year. Agenda Item XX. Authorize Executive Director to Sign It was moved by Ward (LD), seconded by Grace (CU), and carried to authorize the Executive Director or his designee(s) to sign grant applications, awards, and contracts on behalf of Black Hills Special Services Cooperative and its divisions. Agenda Item XXI. Personnel. The following recommendations were made concerning Personnel: NEW HIRES: Lori Laughlin as a Consultant for $350/day; Patrick Appleton as a Teacher for $49,765/year; Derek Sukstorf as a Teacher for $49,765/year; Bobbie Kilber as a Specialist for $51,900/year; Joan Ray as a Specialist for $66,572.50/year; Danci Hoff as a Speech Therapist for $51,000/year; Brittni Luikens as a Speech-Language Pathologist for $51,500/year; Colete Wagoner as a Coordinator for $39,500/year; Steven Hilton as a Teacher for $35,000/year; Kathryn Reisenweber as a Case Manager for $18.00/hour; Hope Jurrens as a Coordinator for $50,000/year; Tamera Miyasato as a Learning Specialist for $50,000/year; and Marcia Torgrude as a Learning Specialist for $350/day. RAISES/CHANGES: Melanie Setzler for $1, bonus; Danci Hoff for $1,500 signing bonus; Jessica Yusta for $1, bonus; Holly Stalder to $57,200/year; David Scherer for $2, extra duties; Joan Lindstrom for $836.78/extra duties; Patrick Czerny for $2, extra duties; Lyndsey Hackett for $900.26/extra duties; and Tamera Miyasato for $2,000 signing bonus. RESIGNATIONS/TERMINATIONS: Gladys Bogar; Ashley Cooper; Juan Chavez Valadez; Hoby Abernathy; and Darrel David. It was moved by Ward (LD), seconded by Clem (BF), and carried to approve the recommended new hires, raises, changes, resignations, and terminations as presented. Agenda Item XXII. Wages for Publication. It was moved by Cermak (SP), seconded by Clem (BF), and carried to approve the publication of wages as of July, 2017 as presented: Hoby Abernathy, Program Coordinator, $37,600.00/year; Katie Albers, Teacher, $150.00/HS student per semester, $100/K-8 student per quarter; Joel Albright, Specialist, $255.00/day; Carla Allard, Coordinator, $45,887.84/year; Coralee Alley, Psychologist, $68,824.50/year; Alicia Anderson, Instructional Assistant, $9.25/hour; Heidi Anderson, Assistant Business Manager, $30.60/hour; Linda Anderson, Direct Support Professional-Vocational, $11.00/hour; Stacy Anderson, Teacher, $20.00/hour; Stefanie Anderson, Speech Language Pathologist, $53,000.00/year; Patrick Appleton, Teacher, $49,765.00/year; Clarrissa Arrington, Instructional Assistant, $15.00/hour; Melissa Ash, Direct Support Professional-Residential, $10.30/hour; Barbara Atchison, Direct Support Professional- Substitute, $10.86/hour; Margaret Austin, Specialist, $344.89/day; Kristi Baldwin, Learning Specialist, $281.22/day; Kristi Baldwin, Teacher, $150.00/HS student per semester, $100/K-8 student per quarter; Tarra Bame, Specialist-Benefits, $36,720.00/year; Kristen Baranowski, Instructional Assistant, $15.00/hour; Wanda Barbour, Direct Support Professional-Residential, $12.06/hour; Jana Bastian, Teacher, $18.00/hour; Kathleen Beebe, Secretary, $16.70/hour; Kerry Bell, Psychometrist, $17,272.46/year; Roxanne Bell, Instructional Assistant, $12.00/hour; Taryn Bennett, Residential Instructor, $11.67/hour; Krista Bertelson, Specialist, $50,000.00/year; Mary

11 BHSSC Minutes July 26, 2017 Page 11 Beth Bevier, Site Coordinator, $21.00/hour; Tiffany Bierschenk, Teacher, $18.00/hour; Casey Bifulco, Instructional Assistant, $10.00/hour; Jennifer Biggers, Service Coordinator, $48,900.28/year; Kyle Biggerstaff, Instructional Assistant, $9.00/hour; Wesley Bjerke, Instructor, $18.38/hour; Mikkal Black, Direct Support Professional-Vocational, $11.08/hour; Anita Blewett, Assistant, $10.73/hour; Gladys Bogar, Direct Support Professional-Residential, $10.39/hour; Jason Boles, Bus Driver/Light Duty Mechanic, $15.29/hour; Deon Borup, Bus Driver, $12.10/hour; Tate Bouman, Teacher, $18.00/hour; Cooper Bowen, Instructional Assistant, $9.25/hour; Greg Brandt, Building Maintenance Worker, $19.25/hour; Erin Brinson, Teacher, $18.00/hour; Gail Bunch, Office Manager, $19.36/hour; Marilyn Bunch, Direct Support Professional-Residential, $11.12/hour; Brett Burden, Specialist, $17.74/hour; Jonette Burns, Teacher, $18.00/hour; Paige Bush, Instructional Assistant, $9.50/hour; Jeffrey Caldwell, School Counselor, $62,600.00/year; Katherine Calhoun, Instructional Assistant, $13.25/hour; Julie Callahan, Freshman Transition Curriculum Developer, $20.00/hour; Shanna Callies, Vocational Instructor, $12.67/hour; Stephen Callies, Instructor, $34,291.58/year; Brooke Campbell, Instructional Assistant, $10.25/hour; Marcus Cannon, Instructional Assistant, $9.50/hour; Christina Card, Direct Support Professional-Vocational, $10.39/hour; Taylor Carlson, Coordinator-Production, $35,725.80/year; Ted Carrell, Specialist, $22.20/hour; Kristin Carrico, Medical Assistant, $14.28/hour; Caroline Case, Custodian, $13.53/hour; Darrell Cassidy, Light Duty Mechanic/Bus Driver, $14.74/hour; Deana Castro, Teacher, $150.00/HS student per semester, $100/K-8 student per quarter; Janelle Chase, Specialist, $18.31/hour; Juan Chavez Valadez, Case Manager, $16.22/hour; Kimberly Clark, Specialist, $65,829.12/year; Debra Coffey, Instructional Assistant, $11.33/hour; Andrea Collins, Residential Instructor, $12.40/hour; Bethany Cook, Program Director, $48,216.43/year; Kristine Cook, Direct Support Professional- Substitute, $11.86/hour; Mark Cook, Specialist, $17.79/hour; Ashley Cooper, Direct Support Professional-Residential, $10.30/hour; Curt Corey, Direct Support Professional-Residential, $10.00/hour; Kimberly Coronado, Administrative Assistant/Travel Coordinator, $14.00/hour; Kay Crandall, Computer Instructor/Test Administrator, $17.00/hour; Michelle Crane, Teacher, $54,742.00/year; Brianna Crawford, Instructional Assistant, $10.00/hour; Nancy Cremer, Program Coordinator-PLANS, $41,922.39/year; Sheryl Crofut, Specialist, $325.00/day; Kimberley Crosswait, Physical Therapist, $69,627.50/year; Sally Crowser, Specialist, $58,560.00/year; Brenda Cupp, Teacher, $18.00/hour; Patrick Czerny, Rehabilitation Technician, $65,046.97/year; Darrel Davis, Program Specialist-WIC EBT, $19.45/hour; Jeannette Daybrest, Instructional Assistant, $9.75/hour; Gwyneth Dean-Witte, Program Coordinator, $61,200.00/year; Tammie Ded, Bus Driver, $12.06/hour; Anne Degen, Speech Pathologist, $66,540.00/year; Sara Delaney, Speech Language Pathologist, $53,000.00/year; Alexis Demersseman, Executive Director, $62,000.00/year; Londa DeRouchey, Speech Pathologist, $60,230.36/year; Kari Diamond, Speech Therapist, $38,070.00/year; Roxane Dick, Instructional Assistant, $9.75/hour; Alexis Dike, Direct Support Professional-Vocational, $10.30/hour; Mickala Dike, Direct Support Professional-Vocational, $11.20/hour; Janet Divan, Administrative Accounting Assistant, $17.29/hour; Sara Doud, Bus Driver, $10.39/hour; Tamara Drury, Secretary, $17.11/hour; Jaclyn Duarte, Direct Support Professional-Vocational, $10.86/hour; Lars Dunavant, Teacher, $17.00/hour; Loree Duprel, Facilitator, $17.26/hour; Jamie Durrett, Direct Support Professional-Residential, $11.79/hour; Wesley Eads, Specialist, $55,143.24/year; Judith Eason, Instructor, $17.50/hour; Crystal Eaton, Service Coordinator-Birth to 3 Single Point of Contact, $35,891.00/year; Dana Edwardson, Direct Support Professional- Substitute, $10.39/hour; Christina Egge, Teacher, $18.00/hour; John Enos, Instructor, $16.00/hour; Julie Erickson, Specialist, $52,500.00/year; Rhonda Erickson, Specialist-Benefits, $42,537.53/year; Heather Erlenbusch, Speech/Language Pathologist, $52.32/hour; Jordan Esmay, Teacher, $18.00/hour; Alyse Espinoza, Direct Support Professional-Residential,

12 BHSSC Minutes July 26, 2017 Page 12 $10.30/hour; Cecilia Estes, Coordinator, $43,941.94/year; Kara Evans, Speech Pathologist, $55,600.57/year; Marlys Feist, Program Coordinator-Family Support, $52,919.28/year; Robin Fenner, Instructor, $14.25/hour; Paul Ferdinand, Instructor, $16.00/hour; Ronda Feterl, Assistant Director, $76,717.75/year; Hannah Fleming, Direct Support Professional-Substitute, $11.38/hour; Melissa Flor, Transition Liaison, $46,353.65/year; Susan Florey, Administative Assistant, $13.81/hour; Laura Fossen, Clerk, $17.80/hour; Cheryl Foster, Direct Support Professional-Vocational, $13.99/hour; Kendall Fowler, Instructional Assistant, $9.00/hour; Valerie Fowler, Site Coordinator, $21.00/hour; Lindsay Frankenfeld, Specialist, $24,670.00/year; Emory Fryberger, Instructional Assistant, $10.25/hour; Charles Fullenkamp, Job Coach, $21.42/hour; Kelli Galbraith, Teacher, $20.00/hour; Julie Gibbons, Consultant, $240.00/day; Tamela Gilbery, Special Education Teacher, $50,885.75/year; Michael Gleason, Direct Support Professional-Residential, $11.41/hour; Jennifer Glovich, Substitute Instructor, $19.51/hour; Connie Godfrey, Coordinator, $50,000.00/year; Timothy Goembel, Driver, $14.07/hour; Phyllis Good Voice Flute, Direct Support Professional-Residential, $13.55/hour; Donna Gorman, Office Manager, $15.71/hour; Melanie Goulet, Direct Support Professional- Vocational, $10.83/hour; Jordan Graham, Service Coordinator-Birth to 3 Single Point of Contact, $35,000.00/year; Barry Gravatt, Case Manager-ASPIRE Project, $40,720.19/year; Elizabeth Greager, Instructional Assistant, $9.00/hour; Howard Green, Manager, $14.22/hour; Catherine Greseth, Director, $52,000.00/year; Lesa Gropper Krajewski, Teacher, $18.00/hour; Pearl Gulbranson, Specialist-Job Development, $32,148.36/year; Deborah Gurich, SPED Coordinator/Lead Instructor, $44,918.15/year; Bonnie Gusso, Specialist-Benefits, $35,794.44/year; Lisa Gustin, Occupational Therapist, $59,024.39/year; Lyndsey Hackett, Specialist-Data Surveillance, $35,260.20/year; David Halverson, Consultant, $46,974.13/year; Shirley Halverson, Director, $97,493.51/year; Sonja Halverson, Instructor, $35,363.20/year; Vanessa Hamaker, Speech/Language Pathologist, $53,144.44/year; Kelsey Hammond, Teacher, $20.00/hour; Penny Hanna, Coordinator, $40,325.00/year; Roni Hanson, Occupational Therapist, $57,912.00/year; Susan Hanson, Secretary, $17.18/hour; Jean Harms, Nurse Coordinator, $29,375.90/year; Jeanie Harper, Direct Support Professional-Vocational, $10.70/hour; Julie Harris, Instructional Assistant, $12.50/hour; Timothy Harris, Direct Support Professional- Vocational, $12.93/hour; Vickie Harter, Administrative Assistant, $18.57/hour; Diane Harty, Bus Driver, $14.20/hour; Julie Hatling, Curriculum Director/Testing Coordinator, $65,750.00/year; Beth Haug, Service Coordinator, $28.75/hour; Joseph Hauge, Executive Director, $125,000.00/year; Shirley Hauge, Speech Therapist, $64,664.50/year; Laura Hawley, Coordinator, $17.28/hour; Kyle Haxton, Teacher, $18.00/hour; Diana Hayford, Vocational Instructor, $12.69/hour; Nicole Hayworth, Teacher, $18.00/hour; Shayla Heid, Direct Support Professional-Residential, $10.00/hour; Tanya Heller, Direct Support Professional-Substitute, $11.24/hour; Allen Hemmah, Building Maintenance Worker, $20.10/hour; Betsy Henn, Teacher, $20.00/hour; Jennifer Henn, Instructional Assistant, $9.25/hour; Martalyn Henriksen, Specialist, $43.75/hour; Sabrina Henriksen, Teacher, $20.00/hour; Daniel Henry, Specialist, $52,000.00/year; Connie Hermann, Specialist, $28.75/hour; Jonni Hertel, Teacher, $20.00/hour; Kristi Heumiller, Program Coordinator-Family Support, $47,061.76/year; Ashley Heyne, Program Coordinator-Tobacco Prevention, $43,698.02/year; Jill Hibbard, School Psychologist, $66,300.00/year; Paul Higbee, Coordinator, $63,523.90/year; Heather Higgins-Munro, Occupational Therapist, $59,673.06/year; Jane Hill, Quality Assurance Coordinator/Foster Care Specialist, $52,670.10/year; Steven Hilton, Special Education Teacher, $35,000.00/year; Victoria Hinek, Personnel Specialist, $23.69/hour; Gail Hines, Specialist, $325.00/day; Heather Hoeye, Coordinator, $43,260.00/year; Marilyn Hofer, Specialist, $350.00/day; Danci Hoff, Speech Therapist, $51,000.00/year; Perry Holmes, Instructor, $16.00/hour; Halli Holt, Direct Support Professional-Substitute, $10.30/hour; Diana Holzer, Psychologist, $72,100.00/year; Jodi Holzer,

13 BHSSC Minutes July 26, 2017 Page 13 Teacher, $54,742.00/year; James Honomichl, Specialist, $19.33/hour; Sherri Horan, Freshman Transition Curriculum Developer, $20.00/hour; Kelly Horn, Instructor, $20.00/hour; Michelle Hosman, Specialist-Benefits, $39,135.48/year; Michele Hoss, Office Manager, $20.61/hour; Judy Hostetter, Direct Support Professional-Residential, $10.39/hour; Page Hudson, Site Supervisor/Specialist, $48,750.34/year; Erin Hughes, Site Coordinator, $27,950.00/year; Danielle Hunt, Teacher, $18.00/hour; Darbi Hunt, Program Coordinator, $20.95/hour; Cindy Ireland, Physical Therapist, $71,410.10/year; Samuel Irwin, Instructional Assistant, $10.00/hour; Rebecca Israelson, Program Coordinator-Family Support, $51,519.10/year; Jessica Iversen, Direct Support Professional-Vocational, $10.30/hour; Alexandra Jarding, Site Coordinator, $30,094.40/year; Lori Jeffery, Instructor, $56,181.60/year; Airika Jensen, Direct Support Professional-Substitute, $10.86/hour; Lonna Jensen, Direct Support Professional-Community Support, $13.67/hour; Rick Jensen, Instructor, $19.46/hour; Andrew Johnson, Teacher, $18.00/hour; AnneMarie Johnson, Occupational Therapist, $43,789.88/year; Cassandra Johnson, Direct Support Professional-Vocational, $10.39/hour; Gabrielle Johnson, Instructional Assistant, $9.25/hour; Gerald Johnson, Instructor, $22.20/hour; Kellsie Johnson, Site Coordinator, $34,996.40/year; Richard Johnson, Specialist, $63,050.28/year; Kayla Jones, Direct Support Professional-Vocational, $10.39/hour; Hope Jurrens, Coordinator-Tobacco Cessation, $50,000.00/year; Marilyn Kaiser, Licensed Practical Nurse, $17.70/hour; Tara Kaiser, Administrative Coordinator, $37,200.00/year; Charleen Kallas, Instructional Assistant, $9.50/hour; Daxton Keegan, Instructional Assistant, $9.50/hour; Sonya Kelii, Direct Support Professional-Vocational, $10.61/hour; Desmond Keller, Program Coordinator, $51,437.38/year; Ashley Kemp, Direct Support Professional-Substitute, $10.30/hour; Deanna Kiefer, Direct Support Professional-Vocational, $10.00/hour; Bobbie Kilber, Specialist, $51,900.00/year; Kristin Kiner, Engagement Coordinator, $48,925.00/year; Cindy Kirschman, Consultant, $46,974.13/year; Jolleen Knapp, Teacher, $18.00/hour; Mark Kocmich, Instructor, $16.48/hour; Bradley Konechne, Specialist-Benefits, $32,054.72/year; Kristin Kowalski, Specialist, $54,403.50/year; Desiree Kranz, Teacher, $150.00/HS student per semester, $100/K-8 student per quarter; Vivian Kreutz, Direct Support Professional-Vocational, $10.66/hour; Elke Kuegle, Teacher, $150.00/HS student per semester, $100/K-8 student per quarter; Terry Kumpf, Job Coach, $17.50/hour; Patricia Kurtenbach, President, $83,640.00/year; Jay Lamb, Instructor, $56,181.60/year; Robin Lamb, Special Education Instructor, $27,895.73/year; Carrie Lange, Specialist-Job Development, $14.34/hour; Damon Lange, Teacher, $150.00/HS student per semester, $100/K-8 student per quarter; Pamela Lange, Coordinator, $89,214.30/year; Dustin Lanke, Instructional Assistant, $10.00/hour; Mary Larscheid-Christensen, Instructor, $54,100.80/year; Brent Larsen, Teacher, $18.00/hour; Jean Larson, Specialist, $306.00/day; John Larson, Psychologist, $73,620.00/year; Kristi Larson, Direct Support Professional-Vocational, $10.00/hour; Wendy Larson, Teacher, $18.00/hour; William Lass, Senior Community Development Planner, $60,445.00/year; Audra Laughlin, Direct Support Professional- Vocational, $11.65/hour; Jeffrey Laughlin, Instructor, $50,721.85/year; Kimberly Laughlin, Specialist, $41,214.12/year; Kyle Laughlin, Specialist, $51,500.00/year; Lori Laughlin, Consultant, $350.00/day; Karen Laumer, Media Assistant, $17.72/hour; Diane Law, Direct Support Professional-Residential, $16.09/hour; Leah Lawrence, Support Coordinator, $39,867.53/year; Donalee Leavens, Director, $62,080.67/year; Lidia Lechuga, Instructional Assistant, $9.00/hour; Christine Leichtnam, Teacher, $150.00/HS student per semester, $100/K- 8 student per quarter; Rhonda Leneaugh, Instructor, $19.06/hour; Ronald Lien, Site Coordinator, $15.79/hour; Lisa Lindeque, Direct Support Professional-Substitute, $10.30/hour; Joan Lindstrom, Program Coordinator-Tobacco Prevention, $43,698.02/year; Rhonda Lipp, Instructor, $16.50/hour; Mary Livermont, Site Coordinator, $54,110.15/year; Linda Lockner, Vocational Evaluator, $29.46/hour; Shelley Loftus, Speech Language Pathologist Assistant, $19.05/hour;

14 BHSSC Minutes July 26, 2017 Page 14 Michael Long, Maintenance Worker, $13.37/hour; Lindsey Lothrop, Accounting Assistant/Coding Clerk, $15.23/hour; Cruz Lotz, Administrative Assistant, $14.74/hour; Brenda Luedtke, Secretary, $16.61/hour; Brittni Luikens, Speech Therapist, $52,500.00/year; Brooke Lusk, Program Director, $67,798.33/year; Angela Maas, Family Services Worker, $29,595.00/year; Rita Manley, Specialist, $20.00/hour; Tiffani Mareska, Program Coordinator- PLANS, $39,927.42/year; Eugenie Marie, Direct Support Professional-Residential, $11.69/hour; Nancy Marshall, Direct Support Professional-Residential, $10.86/hour; James Martin, Teacher, $18.00/hour; Kenneth Martin, Direct Support Professional-Substitute, $10.86/hour; Caryn Marx, Licensed Practical Nurse, $37,751.95/year; Karen Massee, Program Coordinator-Family Support, $39,927.42/year; Julie Mathiesen, Director, $90,039.37/year; Michael McDaniel, Instructor, $58,262.40/year; Joshua McDonald, Direct Support Professional-Substitute, $10.30/hour; Jeanne McKenna, Specialist, $54,500.00/year; Karen McLennan, Speech Therapist, $32,977.85/year; Elizabeth McPherson, Psychologist, $63,833.62/year; Trevor Melum, Instructional Assistant, $10.25/hour; Mandie Menzel, Teacher, $150.00/HS student per semester, $100/K-8 student per quarter; Megan Merscheim, Coordinator, $20.48/hour; Kristy Messner, Site Coordinator, $22.78/hour; Amelia Meyer, Deputy Director, $60,000.00/year; Amy Meyer, Administrative Accounting Assistant, $13.46/hour; Tiffany Miles, Clerk, $16.35/hour; Hannah Millar, Teacher, $18.00/hour; Raymond Millard, Custodian, $11.00/hour; Gloria Miller, Program Coordinator, $51,500.00/year; Wendy Miller, Speech Language Pathologist Assistant, $18.50/hour; Tynell Millner, Case Manager-ASPIRE Project, $36,318.00/year; Krista Minor, Physical Therapist, $39,300.00/year; Tamera Miyasato, Specialist, $50,000.00/year; Emily Monier, Instructional Assistant, $9.50/hour; Desli Moore, Direct Support Professional-Residential, $10.30/hour; Terri Moross, Teacher, $18.00/hour; Kelly Morrison, Residential Coordinator, $43,157.84/year; Sylvia Morrison, In Home Support Assistant, $10.30/hour; Britni Morton, Teacher, $20.00/hour; Kellie Mraz, Direct Support Professional-Residential, $10.39/hour; Patricia Mudge, Tutor, $23.85/hour; Tysha Muller, Direct Support Professional-Residential, $10.00/hour; Sally Munger, Instructor, $20.60/hour; Kevin Murray, Behavior Interventionist, $45,325.00/year; Stephanie Musilek, Teacher, $18.00/hour; Stephanie Musilek, Teacher, $150.00/HS student per semester, $100/K-8 student per quarter; Joan Mutchler, Occupational Therapist, $326.97/day; Jacqueline Myers, Teacher, $150.00/HS student per semester, $100/K-8 student per quarter; Wilfred Myers, Instructional Assistant, $16.83/hour; Eric Nelson, Instructor, $14.28/hour; Jennifer Nelson, Service Coordinator, $19.31/hour; Malchi Nelson, Instructional Assistant, $9.75/hour; Rachel Nelson, Direct Support Professional-Vocational, $14.27/hour; Wendy Nelson, Direct Support Professional-Residential, $10.00/hour; Jeanette Nicholas, Teacher, $17.00/hour; Laurie Nissen, Direct Support Professional-Substitute, $13.87/hour; Priscilla Noble, Employment Specialist/Customized Employment Specialist, $36,103.37/year; Ayana Norris, Direct Support Professional-Residential, $10.30/hour; Robyn Novotny, Transportation Coordinator, $34,617.80/year; Jennifer Oberg, Small Business Loan Consultant, $53,547.18/year; Judith Oldert, Instructor, $20.60/hour; Dianne Olson, Registered Nurse, $42,445.47/year; Rebecca Ortmeier, Lead Instructional Assistant, $12.50/hour; Peggy Outka, Loan Servicing Officer/Custodian, $21.93/hour; Larissa Oyen, Speech Pathologist, $63,525.58/year; Karla Parisien, Residential Instructor, $10.80/hour; James Parry, Specialist, $400.00/day; Karen Parry, Network Administrator, $72,536.28/year; Melodee Pattee, Direct Support Professional- Residential, $10.39/hour; Julie Peldo, Speech Therapist, $31,601.80/year; Marjo Peters, Coordinator, $39.80/hour; Beverly Petersen, Consultant, $50,648.04/year; Kristi Phillips, Vocational Coordinator, $41,165.74/year; Ryan Phillips, Specialist, $58,337.78/year; Debra Pickett, Direct Support Professional-Vocational, $11.78/hour; Paula Pierce, Teacher, $150.00/HS student per semester, $100/K-8 student per quarter; Gloria Pluimer, Director, $88,799.47/year; Reva Potter, Teacher, $18.00/hour; Susan Pourier, Instructional Assistant, $12.25/hour; June

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