MFL MarMac Community School
Minutes for Regular Meeting,
August 15, 2022
The MFL MarMac Regular Meeting of the Board of Directors was held on August 15, 2022, in the high
school learning commons of the Monona schoolhouse.
President Gina Roys called the meeting to order at 4:00 pm. Members present at roll call were Gina
Roys, Roberta Hass, Aaron Schroeder, Josh Grau, and Collin Stubbs. Tonya Meyer and Dr. Jon Moser
were absent. Also present were Emme Schroeder and Hailey Corlett; Student Board Members, Dr. Dale
Crozier; Superintendent, and Karla Hanson; Board Secretary. Visitors were recognized and welcomed.
Motion made by Josh Grau, seconded by Aaron Schroeder to approve the agenda as presented. Motion
Motion by Roberta Hass, seconded by Josh Grau, to approve the consent items from the agenda as
● Minutes from the July 11, 2022, board meeting.
● Bills against the district as listed: General Fund: $157,781.80, Management:
$63,203.75; Enterprise: $0.00; Capital Projects: $404,186.36, PPEL: $35,997.36; Clearing
Account: $21,514.11, Food Service: $11,816.11; Little Bulldog Childcare: $14,504.32,
Dr. Smith Childcare: $2,831.51.
● The Secretary’s Report, Activity Report and Food Service Report will be filed subject to
The motion was unanimously carried.
Dr. Withers, Keystone AEA, addressed the board and expressed his appreciate for MFL MarMac’s
continued support of the Keystone Board of Directors. He introduced Stan Rheingans who is the new
administrator for our region. The district looks forward to continuing a strong relationship with the AEA.
Motion by Collin Stubbs, seconded by Aaron Schroeder, to approve the following contracts and
Resignations: Sara Kelly – Nurse
Jennifer Drew – Softball
New Hires: Andrea Landt – HS Paraprofessional
Kailey Perry – HS Paraprofessional
Cindy Landt – Elementary Paraprofessional
Beth Griffith – MS Paraprofessional
Brenda Davies – Food Service
Angie Pape – 9th Grade Volleyball
Brent Pape – HS Girls Wrestling
Motion carried unanimously.
Jen Wilwert gave the board an overview of the ISASP test scores and explained how scores continue to
improve and staff is working very hard to make sure our students are proficient in the three areas of
testing: English, math, and science. It was noted that the tests are a snapshot of a student’s ability and
cannot factor in outside distractions, such as illness, hunger, or anxiety.
Motion by Roberta Hass, seconded by Aaron Schroeder, to accept the Three Rivers fuel oil bid of $3.578
per gallon for dyed fuel oil and $1.78 per gallon for LP. Motion carried unanimously.
Kathy Koether, Elementary Principal: The Class of 1972 had a reunion recently and donated $1,500 to
the elementary. Enrollment looks to be trending upward in the elementary again this year.
Construction continues to progress. Even though it is not ideal to start the new school year in a
construction zone, plans are in place to work around issues and the end result will make the temporary
Denise Mueller, Middle School Principal: Many projects were completed over the summer including
painting, locks, gym floor, window wraps, bathroom sinks, shelving and the addition of a Zen Room – a
safe, relaxing space for students. Summer school was held in McGregor this year, scheduling is being
done, transition meetings are happening, CPI and T-track training, and the AEA will be assisting with co-teaching skills this year.
Dr. Crozer, Superintendent: An energy audit will be conducted this fall. The daycares received over
$90,000.00 in grant funds, an application for an electric bus was filed with the EPA. The district is still
planning to purchase or lease an LP powered bus within the next year.
The meeting adjourned at 4:42 pm.
The next meeting will be on September 12 at 6:00 pm in the Learning Commons at the Monona center.