The Madison University Board on Monday authorised a new three-yr contract with Dakota Point out University to use the college’s Trojan Field athletics services for Madison Central’s football and track and field plans.
The two establishments have agreed that Madison Central can have the use of Trojan football industry, keep track of and apply facilities for all often-scheduled and postseason varsity video games played at household and also varsity and lessen-amount monitor competitions. The schools’ athletic administrators created the settlement that will keep in outcome until eventually June 30, 2023.
Madison Central’s soccer team will have the use of DSU’s locker rooms for its games. The K-12 college procedure will also have entry to restrooms, bleachers, concession stands and machines, the community announcement system, track machines, press box and parking good deal.
The Madison Central College District will pay out DSU an yearly payment for the use of athletic amenities, All through fiscal calendar year 2021 (July 1, 2020-June 30, 2021), the charge was established at $5,500. Throughout FY22 (July 1, 2021-June 30, 2022), the price was set at $6,500. In FY23, Madison Central’s charge will amount of money to $7,500.
In the arrangement, the faculties have agreed:
— Madison Central will retain the gate receipts and concession-stand earnings for its gatherings. The universities also agree to not provide penny candy or sunflower seeds at functions.
— MCSD can have the use of the Trojan Area track for all track and field procedures.
— Madison Central can have the use of the soccer industry for instrumental band procedures and competitions.
— DSU will demand no extra charges for football subject preparing, paint or other typical operational charges.
— MCSD will perform cleaning following general public university-sponsored occasions.
In addition, MCSD will support a 50-50 share on any ultimate fees for restore and improvement expenditures for jobs affiliated with the observe, football field, bleachers, lights, push box, irrigation program, seem system and concession making up to $10,000 for each instructional establishment per year. Madison Central and DSU will need to approve any monetary charges much more than $10,000 for every year right before these jobs get started.
Madison Central will also have the accountability for fixing damages that occur in the course of its occasions.
The university board members approved numerous personnel adjustments for the duration of Monday’s assembly that involved an further use for a paraprofessional position.
Superintendent Joel Jorgenson included Tara Grayson to the staff group that was employed as new team. Grayson was a short while ago employed to operate as a significant college paraprofessional.
Grayson joins other new team members who include Diane Friez, a center faculty paraprofessional Nicole Frank, a center school paraprofessional and Kendra Paulson, an elementary college paraprofessional.
At the start out of the school district’s to start with meeting of the 2021-22 university 12 months, Steve Nelson and Lori Schultz, incumbent school board users, ended up sworn into new 3-yr terms on the school board.
Right after the swearing-in, Tom Farrell was elected to yet another phrase as university board president, and Schultz was elected to a new term as vice president.