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Page 4 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, February 22, 2017 October 11, 2017 imous vote, the following re- ports were approved: STATE OFMISSISSIPPI September 2017 Recon- COUNTY OF WILKINSON ciled Bank Statements; The Wilkinson County September 2017 State- Board of Education met ment of Revenues and Ex- in regular session at 5:00 penditures; p.m Wednesday, October September 2017 Current 11, 2017, in the Office of Budget StatusReport; the Superintendent of Edu- September 2017 Cash cation with the following members present: Frederick Anderson - District 1; Linda Boyd, President - District 2; Fannie Bateaste - District 3; Billy Spiller, Secretary - Dis- trict 4; Johnny Smallwood, Vice President - District 5. In addition to the forego- ing members of the Board, Superintendent Kimberly M. Jackson, School Board Attorney Nathaniel Armis- tad, and others from the community were present The meeting was called to order by School Board Presi- dent Linda Boyd with a si- lent prayer. On motion by Billy Spiller, seconded by Fan- hie Bateaste, and carried by unanimous vote, the agenda was approved with the following items: 1) Call to Order and Invocation; 2) Adoption of Agenda; 3) Ap- proval of Minutes of the Last Meeting; 4) Reports: 4 1) Receipt and Disburse- ment; 4.2) Prepaid Claims; 4.3) Reconciled Bank State- ments; 4.4) Statement of Revenues and Expenditures; 4.5) Current Budget Status; 4.6) Cash Flow Statement by Month; 4 7) Combined Balance Sheet; 5) Claims; 6) Student Recognition; 7) Pub- lic Comments; 8) Policy Code BBBCB (MS Code Section 37-7-306); 9) MSBA Policy Update (Section A, B, C); 10) New School Bus Purchase Update; 11) Southwest MS Community College Adult Education Classes; 12) Use of Fa "cflities- Request to Use Gymnasium for Youth Basketball - David Walker; 13) Policy Development on Roadside Assistance for Transportation; 14) Ap- proval of Wilkinson County School District Library Me- dia Center Policy Handbook; 15) Authority to Apply for Transportation Grant- De- troit Diesel Consent Decree Program; 16) Authority to Accept and Select Quotes/ Bids for Professional De- velopment; 17) Authority to Review and Accept Quotes/ Bids for Progress Monitor- ing Sefkvvare; 17.a) Build- ing Inspections; 18) MSBA WC Proposal for October 2017 thru September 2018; 19) Authority to Initiate a New Baseball Program (37-7-301); 20) Request for Student Transfers; 21) Re- quest for Salvage Delete and Removal; 22) Rental Property(ies) in Centreville, MS; 23) Resignations; 24) Recommendations; 25) Exec- utive Session: 25.1) Student; 25.2) Litigation School Board President IAnda Boyd asked the beard if there were any questions in reference to the Septem- ber 2017, Regular Board Minutes. School Board Member Frederick Ander- son questioned the funding source of the potential con- tractual services from The Bailey Group. School Board President Linda Boyd noti- fied him that Federal Pro- grams is responsible. An- derson also questioned why the policy that is in place was not applied to the use of facilities request from the Veals Brothers School Board President Linda Boyd stated the board was advised by the attorney on that mat- ter. School Board Attorney Nathaniel Armistad stated that he recommended tak- ing for-profit events on a case-by-case basis instead of modifying the policy. A brief discussion followed. On motion by Fannie Bateaste, seconded by Billy Spiller, and carried by unan- imous vote, the September Regular Board Minutes were approved School Business Manager Nakia Anderson notified the board that the August 14, 2017, Special Board Minutes were tabled un- til Executive Session last month but not documented as being approved. A brief discussion followed The discussion was tabled until Closed Session On motion by Frederick Anderson, seconded by Billy Spiller, and carried by unan- imous vote, the Receipt and Disbursement Report for the month of September, 2017, was approved. On motion by Freder- ick Anderson, seconded by Billy Spiller, and carried by unanimous vote, the thirty- one (31) prepaid claims for September, 2017, were ap- proved. On motion by Frederick Anderson, seconded by Billy Spiller, and carried by unan- $350.00, 2511, Registration Supplies Cafeterias; $1,588 75, 1120, Contract Glen Sutton, $114.94,(: Fee; Positive Pest Control, Invoice; $45.21, 2110, Con- 1151, Reimburse Flag; Jones School Supply, $250 00, 1120, Regular Pest; tract Invoice; $45.21, 2290, Pickering Firm, Inc $492 31, ll51,Awards Day; Positive Pest Control, Contract Invoice; $64 58, $1,250.00,1120, EPAAhera Renaissance Learning, $280 00, 2110, Regular Pest; 2711, Contract Invoice;Regulation; $3,000.00, 2511, Profession- 08 Entergy, $465 41, 1120, Office Automation Center; Cynthia Johnson, al Development K-6; Light Bill WCHS Cafeteria; $2,158 70, 1120, Contract $1,100.00, 1120, Hearing R. Tyco Simplex Griunell, 08 Entergy, $10,673.44,Invoice; $2,158.70, 2211, McCoy, D. Morgan; $2,552.72, 1120, Fire Alarm; 1120, Light Bill WCHS ;Contract Invoice; $2,158.70, Linda Boyd, $126 96, Super II Foods, $120 60, 01 Entergy, $678 03, 1120, 2610, Contract Invoice;1120, Travel Policy Meet- Flow Statement by Month; 2112, Lemons FES Cafete- Light Bill Central Office; Holiday Inn-Hattiesburging; September 2017 Corn-ria; 01 Entergy, $121 44, 1120, Univer, $182.00, 2511, Res- Kimberly M. Jackson, bined Balance Sheet. Homewood Suites, $93 00, Light Bill Bus Shop; ervation S. Turr/er 10/17-18; $226.78, 1120, Travel Poll- On motion by Fannie 2711, Reservation T. Gaines 06 Entergy, $5,260.89, AirGas, Inc $36 05, 1120, cy Meeting; Bateaste, seconded by Billy 10/27/17; 1120, Light Bill WCES &Rent & Hazmat Charges; Docket Total:, Spiller, and carried by unan- MS Counseling Associa- Cafeteria; AT&T Long Distance Ser- $249,172.62 imous vote, Claims 340,717 tion, $190.00, 1120, Regis- Cintas Corp. #252, vice, $40 41, ll20,Telephone Total Expenditures By to 340,935 were approved for tration Fees S. Sullivan; $1,371 26, 1120, Mat, Mops, Bill; Fund: payment, same, $190.00, 2711, Reg- Supplies; Cintas Corp. #252, Fund, Description, Claim Claimant Name, Claim istration P. Gaines; Cintas Corp. #252, $176 93, 1120, CleaningAmount Amount, Fund, Descrip- Hilton Garden Inn, $3,450 06, 2110, Uniforms, Supplies, Mats&Mops; 1120, District Mainte- tion $357 00, 1120, Reservation Cleaning Supplies; Kimberly M. Jackson, nance, $109,742.48; AT&T Long Distance Ser-S. Sullivan; Crumbley Paper Co Inc $43 11, 1120, Meals MSBA 1151, W. Co. Schools Ac- vice, $42 13, ll20,Telephone Fairfield Inn & Suites,$98 94, 2110, Food; Conferences; tivity Fund, $20,015.81; . Bill; $342.00, 2711, Reservation The Merchants Co Kimberly M. Jackson, 1903, WCSD Yearbook C Spire Wireless, $118 28, P. Gaines; $5,185 28, 2110, Food Caf- $271 25, 1151, ReimburseFunds, $26.76; 1120, District Cellphones; Trimeka Gaines, $72.91,eterias; - FB Team Meals 10/6; 1905, School Resource 90 Entergy, $2,330 33, 2511, Meals Conference same, $3,743 53, 2110, James A. Lofton,Officer Grant, $121.44; 2711, Light Bill Vo Tech; 9/20-21/17; Foods Cafeterias; $2,000 00, 2211, Workshops 2110, W. Co. Schools Earl Watkins, PhD, Alfred L. Wells, $300.00, Cintas Corp.#252,10/2-5/17; Lunch, $55,978 94; $600 00, 2511, Professional 1151, Conference Fees 17-18 $278 02, $2110, Uniforms, Laponte Jones, .$27 34,2112, Fresh Fruit & Veg- Development; SY; Cleaning Supplies; 1120, Meals 10/4/17 Coun- etable Grant, $2,879 42; Outdoor Power, $375.75,Delvin Hunter, $270 00,12 Entergy, $6,050 25, selorTraining; 2211, Title I Low Grant 1120, Repaired Wheels On 1120, Transport B. Cocker- 1120, Light BillWWMS; MS Reading Assoc Fund, $12,986.31; Equipment; ham; MS School Boards Assoc $720 00, 2211, Conference 2290, Consolidated Ad- Town of Woodville, $88 76, Angela Mosby, $100.00, $1,670.00, 1120, Policy Con- Registration; min. Cost Grant, $1,791.86; 1120, Gas, Wtr, Sew, Grb, 1151, Coronation 2017 De- ference Dues; Office Depot (FL), $26 76, 2311, Title 6-B-2 Rural Central Offi cor; MSBA Worker's Comp 1903,Yearbook Equipment; Low Income, $3,128 00; Town of Woodville, $88.76, Ricky Jackson, $60 00, Trust, $26,522.50, 1120, Treppendahl's Super 2511, Title II-Improving 1120, Gas, Wtr, Sew, Lunch 1151, Security 9/29/17 FB 2017-2018 Worker's Comp Foods, $258 20, 1151, Con- Tea. Quality, $15,784 91; & Title I; Game; Ins; cession (Homecoming) 2610, EHA, Part B, Town of Woodville, Xavier Reed, $60.00, 1151, Positive Pest Control, Renaissance Learning, $9,279.93; $706 71, 1120, Gas, Water Security 9/29/17 FB Game; $320 00, 1120, Regular Pest; $165 50, 2211, Contracts Re- 2620, EHA, Preschool, WCHS; Nolan Thompson, $60.00,Price Pest Control, $50 00, newal; $1,195.29; Town ofWoodvflle, $52.01, 1151, Security 9/29/17 FB 2711, Regular Pest; $3,128.00; 2311, Contracts 2711, Voc. Ed. FD.-State 2711, Gas, Water Vo-Tech; Game; Redd Pest Control, Inc Renewal; & Local FDS, $4,501 65; Borden Dairy, $1,348 95, Herbert A. Poole III, $14.42, 1120, Pest; VSR Shirts Plus, $90 00; 3901, OFA Construction 2110, Milk All Cafeterias; $60.00, 1151, Security Skinners A/C & Electric, 2211, Homeless Student;Bond Fund, $5,920.00; Linda Boyd, $25.76, 1120, 9/29/17 FB Game; $230 00,2110, Repaired Office Automation Center, 3904, Qua. Sch. Const. Travel BD Meeting 8/14 & Moses Wells, $60.00, 1151, Freezer; $259.23, 2711, Ink Cartidge Bond Fund, $4,700.00; 9/13; Security 9/29/17 FB Game;S/W MS Electric, $37.50, For Printers; 7321, W. Co. Schs. Stu- Fannie Bateaste, $33.12, Moses Wells, $60 00, 1151, 1120, Security Lights Rochester 100 Inc. dent Club FD, $1,119.82; 1120, Travel BD MeetingHomecoming Parade Line-WCHS; $406.25, 2211, Parent Com- Total For Funds: 8/14 & 9/13; up; Allison A. Dawson, munication Supplies; $249,172.62 Nolan Thompson, $60 00,Golden Corral, $144.00,$277 84, 2211 Travel 7/16- Renaissance Learning, Total Expenditures By 1151, Security 9/15/17 FB 1151, Meals Cross Country 21/17 Summer Insti; $4,009.00, 2211, Contract Unit: Game; 10/26/17; Mary Scott, $94 76, 2211, Renewal; Unit, Description, Claim Xavier Reed, $60 00, 1151, Gatens Adventures Un- Travel 9/21/17 Workshop; Southern Tire Mart (V),Amount Security 9/15/17 FB Game; limited, $2,650 00, 1151, Se- 04 Entergy, $244.74, 1120, $2,774.16, 1120, Bus Tires; 00,$26,522.50; Albert McKnight, $60.00, niorTrip 2018; Light Bill FES Cafeteria; AT&T, $5,218 91, 1120, 01 Central Office (Coun- 1151, Security 9/15/17 FB A Coast Tours, $3,500.00, 04 Entergy, $2,418 62, Telephone Bill Sept 2017; ty Wide), $64,503.68; Game; 1151, Senior Trip 2018;1120, Light Bill FES; $29.29, 1151, Telephone04 Finch Elementary Kizzy Toy, $60.00, 1i51, Cintas Corporation #252, Angelia Gills, $283 04,Bill Sept 2017; School, $30,038 72; Security 9/15/17 FB Game; $103.64;1120, Cleaning2211, Travel Praxia Work-$118 19, 2110, Telephone 06 Wilkinson County El- Robert Handy, $100, 1151, Supplies; shop; Bill Sept 2017; ementary, $28,674 63; Security 9/15/17 FB Game; Key Rehab Associates, AT&T Mobility, $84 64,$91 87, 2211, Telephone08 Wilkinson County Keith O'Banion, $!00.00, Inc $5,100.00,2610, OT/PT 2610, I Pads SPED; Bill Sept 2017; High School, $58,014.24 1151, Security 9/15/17 FB Services Sept 2017; The Kirkland Group, $25 55, 2290, Telephone12 William Winans Mid- Game; FBLA PBL, $170.00, 7321, $5,800.00, 2511, Profession- Bill Sept 2017; dle School, $31,279 53; . Tony Nicholas, $100 00 National Dues 2017-2018; al Service; $38 65, 2610, Telephone90 MLK Career & Tech- 1151, Security 9/15/17 FB The Armistad Law Firm, Natchez Telepl~one & Se- Bill Sept 2017; nology Center, $10,139 32; Game; PLLC, $442.80, 1120, Legal curity, $60 00, 1120, Moni- $772 88, 2711, Telephone Total For Units Merriel McCelleis, $100, Services August 2017; toringStatiop; . Bill Sept 2017; $249,172.62 1151, Security 9/15/17 FB same, $959 57,11201 Legal Beau Rivage Resort & Ca- MS Reading Assoc Superintendent Jackson Game; Services September 2017; sino, $674 00, 2211, Reserva- $180 00, 2511, Registration recognized the top achiev- Sarah Ann Stanwood, Town of Centreville, tion O. Spears, S. Denn; Reading Conf.; ers from the MLK Career $213 78, 2290, Meals/Travel $445.72, 1120, Gas, Wtr, Electronic Computer Net- MS Assoc. of Independent & Technology Complex 9/19-21/17 Confer; Sewer WWMS; working, $4,800 00, 1120, School, $1,400.00, 2511, Re- She stated the students are Johnny Smallwood, Kejuan McClain, $100.00, Consulting E-Rate 2017;certification Course Registr; being recognized for their $22.08, 1120, Travel BD1151, Referee 9/29/17; MEA Drug Testing Con- 01 Entergy, $237 58, 1120, academic performances Meeting 8/14 & 9/13; Leroy Strickiand, $100.00, sortium, $144.00, 1120, Alco- Light Bill Title I/School in their program area and Central Office Supplies, 1151, Referee 9/29/17; hol, Drug Screen; Lunch; maintaining a 3.5 GPA or $848.37, 2290, Office Sup- Cleveland Smith W, Agile Sports Technologies, South Centreville Water higher. Superintendent plies; $100.00, 1151, Referee Inc, $999.00, 1151, Football; Assoc $20 00, 1120, Water Jackson also recognized Central Office Supplies, 9/29/17; School Nurse Supply, Inc Bill; students who scored a 20 $341.98, 2211, Compass Lab Michael Smith,$100.00,$375 95, 1151, First Aid Kit Town of Centreville, or above on the ACT. She Supplies; 1151, Referee 9/29/17; For Team Travel; $486 04, 1120, Water, Gas continued by promoting Quill, $127.99, 2211, Melvin Pittman, $100.00, Smith PlSnting-Natchez,FES; the ACT club and asking Replace Lamp For Smart 1151, Referee 9/29/17; $78 50, 1120, Mailing La- Tow of Centreville, for support from the corn- Board; Patrice Cothern, $60 00, bels; $944.85, 1120, Gas. Water. munity. Jackson stated the Jr.'s Auto Parts, $38.51, l151, Referee 9/29/17; Tonerprice. Com, SewerWWMS; students will be receiving' 1120, Lower Radiator Hose; Malcolm Lewis, $60.00, $1,094 06, 1120, Printer Ink; Billy J. Spiller, $33.88, various incentives : Smith Printing-Vidalia,1151, Referee 9/29/17; School Nurse Supply, Inc 1120, Meals 9/25-26/17 Con- School Board President : $82.39, 1151, Homecoming; Donald R. Carter, Sr $52.64, 2620, Special Ser- ference; Linda Boyd stated there Andersons, $61 98, 1151, $350.00, 1120, Sewer Treat- vices; Johnny Smallwood,was a sign-in sheet posted : Homecoming; ment October 2017; Vine Brothers, $550 00,$24 15, 1120, Meals 9/25- for citizens who wanted to API, $128 70, 7321, FBLA Marion Haynes, $121 44,1151, Visiting Bands For 26/17 Conference; speak during public com- Honor Stoles; 1905, Travel 9/28/17 Meet- Homecoming; Jr.'s Auto Parts, $56.83, ments. She continued by J.E. Hicks Distributinging; Wilk. Farmers CoOp 1120, Bulbs And Shop Misc.; giving kudos to those in the Co $1,483.63, 2112, Fresh The Armistad Law Firm, $27 98, 1120, Snake Away School In Sites, $4,600.00, school system. She contin- Fruit WCES Cafeteria; PLLC, $1,000.00, 1120, Re- For High School; 1120, Website Renewal; ued by stating we are about J.E. Hicks Distributingtainer Sept 2017; Zeagler Music, $1,867.36, Cathedral High School, the business of children, Co $1,275 19, 2112, Fresh ResaL.Rebinson,$255.00,1120, Repairs of Instru- $50.00,1151, Fee For Cross notadults, which is why we Flxfit FES Cafeteria; 1120, Transport T. Robinson; ments; Country Meet; are all here. School Board Borden Dairy, $2,561.93, Mildred Singleton,$40.00, Central Office Supplies, The WoodvilleRepublican, Member Fannie Bateaste 2110, Milk all Cafeterias; 1151, Roses For Homecom- $308 95, 2290, Office Sup- $798 66;1120, Advertise- congratulated everyone Prairie Farms Dairy, ing; plies; ments; on the parade and win for $466 45, 2110, Ice Cream All Andersons, $479 26, 1151, Drury Inn & Suites, Waycaster & Assoc Homecoming School Board Cafes; Homecoming Supplies; $93 00, 1120, Reservation K $5,920 00, 3901, Architec- Member Frederick Ander-~' The Merchants Co Andersons, $489 80, 1151, Jackson 10/17-18; tural Services; son congratulated the stu- $20,591.10, 2110, Foods Caf- Homecoming; Drury Inn & Suites, Jack- Big M Supply, $581 71, dents, administrators, and eteria; Andersons, $175 98, 1151, son RID, $93 00, 1120, Res- 1120, Janitorial Supplies; parents because he knows Book Systems, Inc Homecoming; ervationKJackson 10/26-27; Baker Distributing Co it takes a team effort to $787 50, 2211, ConcourseDiscount School Sup- Boiler & Pressure Vessel LLC, $153 51, 1120, Cafete- make that happen, and Yearly Renewal; ply, $485.93, 1151, Bulletin Safety, $690 00, 1120, Elec- ria Unit Repairs; remember that kids are MS State Unive.rsty, Board Paper; tric Water Heater Repairs; CGJ Enterprises Inc always first. School Board $4,200 00, 2511, Profession- The Library Store, $90 00, 2711, Electric Wa- $510 00, 2110, Fire Extin- Member Billy Spiller said al Development; $215 62, 1120, Library Ref- ter Heater Repairs; guishers Repairs; we have to work together Positive Pest Control, erences; Wilk. Co. Food Service Pro- Classroom Direct (ARRA), as a team because a house $450 00, 1120,Quarterly Waters International (N), gram, $395.50, 1120, Inmate $60 17, 1151, Homecoming; divided will not stand. Baiting Termite; $623 18, 1120, Bus Parts; Meals Sept 2017 WCHS; Andersons, $1,434.33, School Board Member Skinngrs A/C & Electric, NeilA. Kjos Msic Co Inc Enterprise-Journal, 1151, Homecoming; Johnny Smallwood thanked $184.50, 2110, Repaired$413.13, ll51,Workbooks; $1,837 89, ll20,JobAd; same, $44.93,1151, Home- the students, alumni, em- Walk In Freezer WWMS; Office Depot (FL), $924 08, Patrice Cothern, $50 00, coming Float; ployees, and community S/W MS Ed. Consultant, ll51, Accelerated Readers; 1151, Referee 10/5/17 FB Stumps Party, $311 96, for making Homecoming a $1,806.80, 2610, Psychologi- Big M Supply, $57.57, Game; 1151, Homecoming Corona- success. He continued by cal Evaluations; 1120, Supplies; Charles T. Hunt, $50.00, tion; stating everyone conducted Waste Mgt. Of South MS-Quill, $279 99, 2211, Sup- 1151, Referee 10/5/17 Game; The Library Store, themselves in the correct Natchez, $934 50, 1120,plies; Malcolm Lewis, $50.00 $220 62, 1120, Library Use; way. Smallwood also stated Dumpster Service-WCES- Treppendahl's Super 1151, Referee 10/5/17 Game; American Band Acces- the board went to a confer- WCHS; Foods, $178 93, 1151, Con- Charles E. Smith, $50.00, sories, $551.20, 1151, Band ence on policy updates and Waste Mgt. Of MS-Mc- cession for Activity Fund: 1151, Referee 10/5/17 Game; Uniforms; the board makes the poli- Comb, $2,875 59, 1120, Tyco Simplex Grinnell, Hotel & Restaurant Sup-Trademark Design & Ex- cies but the Superintendent Dumpster ServiceFES, $2,227 48, 1120, Fire Alarm; ply Inc $257 40, 2110, Sup- pressions, $680.00,1151,carries them out. He stated WWMS; Super II Foods, $184 12, plies All Cafeterias; Uniforms; the board cannot micro- Crumbley Paper Co Inc 7321, FCCLA Fundraiser;Elliott Electric Supply, same, $1,520 00,1151, manage and get involved. $10,905 63, 2110, Food & School Specialty, $85 78, $30.00, 2110, Series Box Uniforms ForBand; in day-to-dayactivities, but Supplies Cafeterias; 1151, Homecoming; WCHS Cafeteria; Keith O'Banion, $50 00,the Superintendent will Elliott Electric Supply, Quill, $209 89, 1120, Ink Big M Supply, $1,814 13, 1151, Referee 9/29/17 FB report back to the board. $610.56, 1120, Light Bulb- For Assistant Principal; 1120, Janitorial Supplies; Game; Smallwood continued by Maintenance; Quill,$997 66,2620, Quill, $477 89, 2211, Ink Malcolm Lewis, $50 00, giving the Superintendent Elliott Electric Supply, Blank; Cartridge and ELL; 1151, Referee 9/28/17 FB credit for attending the $152.64, 2711, Light Bulb - Quill, $144 99, 2620, Ton- Elliott Electric Supply, Game; conference with the board Maintenance; er For Printer; $75 30, 2110, LED LightKeith Russ, $50.00, 1151, School Board Presi- Wilk. Farmers CoOp Quill, $91 14, 2610, Clean- Bulbs All Cafeterias; Referee 9/28/17 FB Game; dent reiterated on what $12.99; 2711, Thermostat; ing Supplies; Brandon Sanders, William Nicholas Gi- Smallwood spoke on in Wilk. Farmers CoOp Kimbrell Office Supply $264.96, 1120, Travel Sept annaris, $50.00, 1151, Ref- reference to policies. She $86.97, 1120, Maintenance; (N), $91 99, 2711, Ink Car- 2017 WCHS, WWMS; eree 9/28/17 FB Game; also stated that the board Central Access Corp tridge for Printer; Courtyard Gulfport Great America Financial members were provided $700.00,1120, Registration; Wilk-Amite, $4,700 00, Beachfront, $637 00; 7321, Svcs, $73.36, 1151, Stan- standards that they have $350 00, 2290, Registra- 3904, ; Reservation FCCLA Confer- dard Payment Avaya; to abide by. tion; Crumbley Paper Co Inc ence; same, $67 66, 1151, Stan- : Central Access Corp $5,619 45, 2110, Food &Office Automation Center, dard Payment Avaya; (Contin,~d on Page 5)