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Daniel J. Brungardt

J. Brungardt, Superintendent

USD 204

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USD 204

2200 S. 138th St.

Bonner Springs, Kansas,66012

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Superintendent of Schools

Bonner Springs/Edwardsville Chamber of Commerce


Director of Business and Operations

Unified School District


Director

District Education Center


Affiliations

Great Bend KS

Board Member


USA|Kansas

Board Member


Great Bend Feeding Inc

Assistant Superintendent


Web References(68 Total References)


Bonner schools' request for additional funding denied; Basehor-Linwood receives half of funding requested | BonnerSprings.com

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"This was't the outcome we had hoped for," said Dan Brungardt, superintendent of USD 204.
Brungardt said he didn't feel the ruling was fair, since all districts helped fund the "extraordinary needs" fund through the new block grant school finance law. It was established by taking .4 percent of state general assistance from all school districts, so USD 204 had provided $52,816 - it was requesting $55,136. USD 458's budget was reduced by $38,800 for the extraordinary needs fund. Districts who applied also had to prove they had made efforts to reduce costs. "Our district has done a lot to reduce costs on our end," Brungardt said.


USD 204 Board announces new superintendent | BonnerSprings.com

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The USD 204 Board of Education Tuesday announced that it had approved and signed a two-year contract with Dan Brungardt as its new superintendent.
Brungardt, currently an assistant superintendent with USD 428 in Great Bend, was one of four finalists chosen from 22 applicants for the position. Brungardt oversees operations and finance in his current role in Great Bend. That district is of similar size to USD 204 with about 3,000 students. Brungardt began his career teaching at Hamilton Middle School in Wichita. After three years there, Brungardt moved to Great Bend, where he has spent the last 21 years. During his tenure in Great Bend, he spent three years as an elementary principal, eight years as a middle school principal, two years as the director of curriculum and instruction and the last eight years in charge of operations and finance. District officials reported that Brungardt and his wife and three children would be moving to the Bonner Springs / Edwardsville area this summer. The Kansas Association of School Boards assisted the district in its search for a new superintendent, beginning in December with community meetings seeking input on what characteristics the new superintendent should have. This information was used to narrow the applicants down to finalists. The district Friday revealed the names of the four candidates it had interviewed for superintendent. In addition to Brungardt, the finalists were: The board then checked references and conducted a special meeting Monday, Feb. 18, in an effort to reach a consensus on Brungardt, to whom they offered a contract.


USA|Kansas : USA|Kansas Board of Directors

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Dan Brungardt, Director (2011) KASBO 2015
Supt, Bonner Springs/Edwardsville USD 204 PO Box 435 Bonner Springs 66012 913-422-5600 913-422-4193 fax


Bonner school board approves potential BSHS theater upgrades | BonnerSprings.com

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Superintendent Dan Brungardt noted that the renovation was made possible in part by the capital project planning that the board has put in place.
Last year, the board implemented a plan for capital purchases to maximize budget efficiency. The board has budgeted various updates, including buses, roofs, HVAC units, and vehicles, for the next 20 years. "This allows the district to set aside funds yearly for these upgrades to facilitate the continuous maintenance of district property," Brungardt said after the meeting.


Bonner school board seeks tech funding | BonnerSprings.com

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Dan Brungardt, superintendent, explained that funds are generated by the Universal Service fee charged to companies that provide telecommunications services.
"This is part of President Obama's theory that if you can go to Starbucks and get better WiFi than you can at a school, there might be something wrong," Brungardt said. "And to me, that actually makes sense." Brungardt expects that USD 204 will qualify for $315,000 in E-Rate funds. He told the board he would like to use those funds to upgrade current fiber networks and firewalls and replace more than 50 switches that run wireless access points. He also would like to add a web caching service to speed up access to the district's most frequently used websites. The district must file for the funds by March 26. "What the district is trying to do is to get in early and get the money, and not wait to the end and hope that it is still there," Brungardt noted in the board's agenda. Brungardt said if the district leased or purchased nine buses and hired drivers and bus aides to provide the services, the total cost for the service should be $619,741, 80 percent of which again would be reimbursed by the state. Brungardt said the board was only now approving the resolution because of its meeting schedule; most districts, including Basehor-Linwood, approved the resolution last week, when USD 204 didn't have a meeting.


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