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Page 6 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, May 31,2018 Minutes Of The Meeting Of The Wilkinson County Board of Education SMCC Hosting Girls Brent Harris Team STATE OF MISSISSIPPI Renaissance Learning, MS-Natchez, $934.50, 1120, Shootouts June 25-29 COUNTY OF WILKINSON $3,453.60, 2211, Mainte- Dumpster Service; nance Contracts Renewals; Young Law Group PLLC, by Michael D. Gunnell The Wilkinson County Wilk. Farmers CoOp $350.00,1120, Filling 1097- Southwest Sports Information southwestbearathletics,be a fee of $60 per camper. corn/documents/2018/3/23/ Those participating in BASKETBALL 2018 W the camp will receive three TEAM SHOOTOUT BRO- days of individual skill CHURE.pdf, http://www, workouts, plyometric train- southwestbearathletics, ing, defensive technique com/documents/2018/5/3/ training and speed/agility Board of Education met in $84.95, 1120, AC Mainte- BTCForms; BASKETBALL 2018 W training from the South- regular session at 5:00 p.m nance; Town of Woodville, Registration is now un-JR CAMRpdf and http:// west coaching staff, area January 10, 2018, in the Of- Waters International (N), $135.70, 2711, Gas/Waterderway for the Brent Har- www.southwestbearathlet- high school coaches and rice of the Superintendent of $16.36, 1120, Governor for MLK Center; ris Team Shootouts, Skills ics.com/documents/2018/5/3/ current/former Southwest Education with the follow, air Compressor; Waycaster & Associates,Camp and Junior Basket-BASKETBALL 2018 W student-athletes. ing members present: Linda School Nurse Supply, Inc $6,513.38, 3901, Architec- ball Camp to be held on the SKILLS CAMP.pdf. Each camper will learn Boyd, President- District 2; $224.99, 1120, School Nurs- tural Services; Southwest campus during fun, new and exciting drills/ Fannie Bateaste - District ing Supplies; 90 Entergy, $1,127.54, the week of June 25-29. techniques that they can 3; Johnny Smallwood, Vice School Nurse Supply, Inc 2711, Light Bill MIL VoThe Team Shootout will SMCCTo Hold perform at home alone or President- District 5. $224.99, 1120, School Nurs- Tech; take place on June 25-26; with a friend. The camp In addition to the forego- ing Supplies; Wilk. Farmers CoOp the Skills Camp on JuneBoy's Basketball is designed to encourage ing members of the Board, School Nurse Supply, Inc $49.96, 1120, Batteries For 27 (from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 Skills Camp kids to have fun playing Superintendent Kimberly $224.99, 1120, School Nurs- AC; p.m.); and, the Junior Bas- the game of basketball and M. Jackson, School Boarding Supplies; Wilk-Amite, $284.00,ketball Camp on June 28- by MichaelD. Gunnellgain knowledge on how to Attorney Nathaniel Armis- Decker Inc/SchoolFix,1120, AC Units; 29 (from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 Southwest Sports Information improve their basketball tad, School District Em-$467.40, 1120, FixExit The Merchant Co p.m.) abilities. Each day, campers ployees and others from the Signs; $8,838.83, 2110, Foods All There will be a fee of $50 Southwest men's bas- will also compete against community were present. Stine, $144.98, 1120, Re- Cafeterias; per person for the Skills and ketball head coach Bryan each other in drills, contests Billy Spiller, Secretary- place Damaged SheetrockBorden Dairy, $1,340.17, Junior Basketball Camps. Bender has announced heand games. District 4, was absent. In; 2110, Milk All Cafeterias; The fee for the Team Shoot- will hold a boys' skills camp A registration form Frederick Anderson Wilk. Farmers CoOp Borden Dairy, $1,163.54, outs ranges from $150-$300, on May 30-June l. The camp can be found http://www. School Board Member -- $32.99, 1120, Maintenance; 2110, Milk All Cafeterias; depending on the number of will be divided into two ses- southwestbearathletics. District 1, attended the Andersons, $19.99, 1151, Sherwin-Williams, games played, sions, 9:00-12:00 for 7th-9th corn/documents/2018/5/15/ meeting via speaker phone. Homecoming; $294.97, 1120, Paint Out- Registration forms can grades and 1:00-4:00 for BASKETBALL BRYAN School Board President Nimco, Inc $98.67, 1151, side Building;,- be found at http://www.4th-6th grades. There will BENDER CAMI~S.pdf. - Linda Boyd called the meet- Red Ribbon Week; Treppendahl s Super ing to order with a silentTreppendahl's Super Foods, $103.55,2211,Paren- ~ prayer. Foods, $322.13, 1151, Con- tal Involvement; Repair; AT&T, $5,182.50, 1120, School Board Vice Presi- A motion was made by cession for Basketball Treppendahl's Super Craft City, $62.93, 1151, Telephone Bill DEC. 2017; dent Johnny Smallwood, Fannie Bateaste to keep the Game; Foods, $67.98, 2211, Parent Glitter For Homecoming;$17.08, 1151, Telephone Bill thanked everyone for corn- same officers for calendar Baton Rouge Industries,Data Night; Elliott Electric Supply, DEC. 2017; $156.35, 2110, ing to the meeting. He year 2018 as 2017, namely Inc $1,415.10, 1120, Oil Natchez Telephone & Se-$61.00, 1120, Replace Dam- Telephone Bill DEC 2017; stated that the 2018 Wordy " Linda Boyd - President, and Fuel Treatment; curity, $60.00, 1120, Station aged Sheetrock; $67.59, 2211, Telephone Bill Hicks Relay will take place : Jo.hnay .Smallwood - Vice Office Automation Cen- Monitoring 24 Hour; President and Billy Spiller ter, $454.98, 1120, Library Outdoor Power, $249.60,Elliott Electric Supply, DEC 2017; $38.21, 2290,in March and a commit- - Secretary. Said motion Printer/Scanner; 1120, Serviced Equipment; $62.54, 1120, Maintenance Telephone Bill DEC 2017; tee is being formed to help was seconded by Johnny Tonerprice.com, $65.90,SW MS Electric, $39.38,Supplies; $38.89, 2610, Telephone Bill promote it to help make it a: Smallwood and carried by 1120, Ink for Fax Machine; 1120, Light Bill Security Quill, $17.99, 2711, Office DEC 2017; $771.85, 2711, success this year and would unanimous vote. Great American Finan- Light wcHs; Supplies; Telephone Bill DEC 2017; like for everyone to come i On motion by Johnny cial SVCS, $52.30, 2110, Great America Finan- Angel Trax, $2,945.99, Smart Educational Solu-out and help support this Smallwood, seconded by Standard Payment; $52.30, cial Service, $192.73, 1151, 1120, Camera's For Buses; tions, $3,600.00, 2211, Pro- event. I. T-Shirt Territory, $301.00, fessional Dev. Workshop School Board PresidentI Fannie Bateaste, and car- 2290, Standard Payment;Standard Payment; 7321, Club T Shirts; 1/8/18; Linda Boyd asked that~ ev- ried by unanimous vote, the Positive Pest Control, The Woodville Republi- agenda was adopted with $250.00, 1120, Regular Pest; can, $947.68, 1120, Adver- Office Depot (FL), $93.58, Really Good Stuff, eryone come out and sup- '~' 2711, Ink For Counselor $211.96, 1151, PrizesForport our students and school; the following items: Positive Pest Control, tisements; Printer; PBIS; system. 1) Call to Order and In- $180.00, 2110, Regular Pest; The Armistad Law Firm, vocation; 2) Election of Offi- J.E. Hicks DistributingPLLC, $1,000.00, 1120, Re- Shi International Corp, The Merchants Co School Board Vice Presi- $209.99, 2711, Replace Old $4,432.58, 2110, Foods All dent Johnny Smallwood cers 3)Adoption of Agenda; Co $857.94, 2112, Fresh tainerl2/1-31/17; 4) Approval of Minutes of Fruit WWMS Care; Waste Mgt. Of MS-Mc- Computer; Cafeterias; commented that the cell'- the Last Meeting; 5) Re- J.E. Hicks Distributing Comb, $2,932,72, 1120, Office Depot (FL), SW MS Ed. Consultant, phone policies are being $1.11.56, 2711, Office Sup- $425.60, Psychological abused and has gotten out of ports: 5.1) Receipt and Dis- Co $897.25, 2112, Fresh Dumpster Service; bursement; 5.2) Prepaid Fruit WCES Cafe; Waster Mgt. of South MS- plies; - Evaluations; $425.60, 2620, hand and the policies need ' Claims; 5.3) Reconciled J.E. Hicks DistributingNatchez, $1,013.94, 1120, Office Depot (FL), Psychological Evaluations; to be carried out, no one'" $595.02, 2711, Classroom Jobs For Mississippi Grad- should be taking pictures Bank Statements; 5.4) Co $857.94, 2112, Fresh Dumpster Service; Equipment; uates, $15,000.00, 2905, or videos and posting them ~' Statement of Revenues andFruit FES Cafe; Crumbley Paper Co Inc Expenditures; 5.5) Current08 Entergy, $1,257.27, $6,020.34, 2110, Food & Office Depot (FL), 2017-2018 JMG Program; on social sites or anywhere. " $486.29, 2711, Classroom Docket Total: School Board Member Fan- Budget Status; 5.6) Cash1120, Light Bill WCHS; Supplies All Cafeterias; Equipment; $162,537.99 hie Bateaste agreed. She i: Flow Statement by Month; 01 Entergy, $86.60, 1120, Cintas Corp.#252, GoodHeart-Wilcox Pub- Total Expenditures By stated, "A rule is a rule and ~: 5.7) Combined Balance Light Bill Bus Shop; $1,434.71, 1120, Mats & Sheet; 6) Claims; 7) Student 01 Entergy, $343.60, 1120, Cleaning Supplies; $361.10, lisher, $1,257.50, 2711,Fund: we must follow the policies." Textbooks; Fund, Description, Claim School Board President Lin- '~:~ Recognition; 8) Public Com- Light Bill Central Office; 2711, Mats & Cleaning Sup- Pearson, $311.75,2711,Amount da Boyd stated, "The Super- '~ ments: 8.1) Cellphone Policy 01 Entergy, $119.91, plies; 9) School At Risk Report/ 1120, Light Bill Title I & Cintas Corp.#252,Instructional Resources; 1120, District Mainte- intendent needs to take the Principal Report/ Superin- School Lunch; $1,936.49, 2110, Mats, H&H Lumber, $128.26, nance, $61,675.20; necessary actmn for staff tendent Report; 10) Author- 08, Entergy, $4,530.98,Mops, Uniforms, Supplies; 7321, Wood, Screws; 1151 W. Co. Schools Ac-and students to enforce the ': ity to Pay District Share of 1120, Light Bill WCHS; Delvin Hunter, $225.00 tivity Fund, $4,206.30;cell phone policies." Jobs for Mississippi Gradu- 06, Entergy, $2,515.04, ates (JMG) Invoice for 1120, Light Bill WCES; 2017-2018 School Year; 11) Authority to set Minimum Acceptable Bid Per Acre; 12) Authority to Advertise for Hunting and Fishing Leas- es; 13) Authority to Modify the Amount for IDEA, Part B FY 18 from $3t,771:00 to $310,771.00; 14) Use of Fa- cilities: 14.1) Approval for Use of Facilities for Thirty First Annual Dr. Martin Lu- ther King, Jr Program;15) Approval of Resolutions for David Hunter and Dora Ma- gee; 16) Request for Salvage Delete; 17) Resignation; 18) ExecutiveSession: 18.1) Personnel. On the request of Johnny Smallwood, Vice President, Cellphone Policy was added to the agenda and on the request of Kimberly Jack- son, Superintendent, Res- ignation was added to the Agenda. On motion by Fannie Bateaste, seconded by Johnny Smallwood and car- ried by unanimous vote, the Board Minutes for Decem- ber, 2017, were approved. On motion by Johnny Smallwood, seconded by Fannie Bateaste, and car- ried by unanimous vote, the Receipt and Disbursement Report for the month of De- cember, 2017, was approved. On motion by Johnny Smallwood, seconded by Fannie Bateaste, and car- ried by unanimous vote, the twenty (20) pl'epaid--ctaims - for December, 2017, were approved. On motion by Johnny Smallwood, seconded Fan- hie Bateaste, and carried by unanimous vote, the board approved the following re- ports: December, 2017, Recon- ciled Bank Statements; December, 2017, State- ment of Revenues and Ex- penditures; December, 2017, Current Budget Status Report; December, 2017, Cash Flow Statement by Month December, 2017, Com- bined Balance Sheet; On motion by Johnny Smallwood, seconded by Fannie Bateaste, and car- ried by unanimous vote, the board approved Claims 341,318 to 341,472 for pay- ment. Claimant Name, Claim Amount, Fund, Descrip- tion Wilk. Farmers CoOp $48.48, 1120, Paint Brushes For Bleachers; AT&T Long Distance Service, $93.67, 1120, Tele- phone Bill Long Distance Linda Boyd, $12.88, 1120, Travel BD Meet 12/13/17; Lewis Insurance Agency, Inc $175.00, 1120, A. Veals Surety Bond; Fannie Bateaste, $16.56, 1120, Travel Bd. Meeting 12/13/17; Frederick Anderson, $13.80, 1120, Travel BD Meeting 12/13/17; Wilk. Co. Food Service Program, $231.00, 1120, Inmate Meals Nov. 2017, WCHS; Edwin Thompson, $110.00, 1151, Referee 12/15/17 Game; Edward Russ, Jr $110.00, 1151,Referee 12/15/17 Game; Wilbert Whittley, $110.00, 1151, Referee 12/15/17 Game; Xavier Reed, $120.00, 1151, Security 12/12 & 15/17 Games; Paul Perry, $110.00, 1151, Referee 12/12/17 Game; Patrice Cothern, $110.00, 1151, Referee 12/12/17 Game; Shelia C. Jackson, $40.00, 1151, Referee 12/12/17 Game; Gretchen Flores, $150.00, 1151, Referee 12/12/17 Game; Eddie Dennis, $60100, 1151, Security 12/!5/!7 Game; Heartland School Solu- tions, $406.00, 2110, Annual Support School Lunch; Sharon D. Robinson, $503.47, 1120, Travel & Meals Nov/Dec Meetings; Brandon Sanders, $544.64, 1120, OcffNov 2017 Travel Band Equip.; Mary Scott, $106.26, 1120, Travel 12/11/17 Train- ing; Johnny Smallwood, $11.04, 1120, Travel 12/13/17 Bd. Meeting; Laura Littleton, $406.87, 2511, Meals/Hotel 10/17- 2017 Conference; C Spire Wireless, $118.31, 1120, District Cellphones; Town of Woodville, $128.29, 1120, Gas, Water, Sewer, Title I & Lunch; Town of Woodville, $99.93, 1120, Gas, Water, Sewer, Garbage, Central Office; Town of Woodville, $832.72, 1120, Gas/Water WCHS; Waste Mgt. of MS-Mc- Comb, $2,896.48, 1120, Dumpster Service; Waste MGT. Of South Natchez Newspaper, Inc $586.00, 1120,WCSDAD; 1120, Transport B. Cocker= South Centreville Water ham; ::!:': -J The Armistad Law Firm, Assoc $20.00, 1120, Water Bills FES Town of Centreville, $1,065.08, 1120, Gas, Water Sewer FES; Town of Centreville, $1,729.83, 1120, Gas, Water Sewer WWMS; Office Automation Center, $2,158.70, 1120, Contract Invoice; $2,158.70, 2211, Contract Notice; $2,158.70, 2610, Contract Invoice; Office Automation Center, $1,588.75, 1120, Contract Invoice; $45.21, 2110, Con- tract Invoice; $45.21, 2290, Contract Invoice; $64.58, 2711, Contract Invoice; The Woodville Republi- can, $30.00, 1120, Yearly Subscription WCHS Li- brary; Great America Financial SVCS, $206.12, 1151, stan- dard Payment; Enterprise-Journal, $865.84, 1120, Positions Ad; The Advocate, $639.24, 1120, Positions Ads; 12 Entergy, $2,931.91, 1120, Light Bill WWMS; AirGas, Inc, $46.40; 1120, Rent; Scholastic Book Fairs-04, $2,154.69, 1151, Book Fair Sales; Super II Foods, $385.40, 2112, Fresh Fruit WWMS Cafe; Super II Foods, $470.35, 2112, Fresh Fruit FES Cafe; The Merchants Co $3,933.09, 2110, Foods All Cafeterias; Borden Dairy, $1,747.98, 2110, Milk All Cafeterias; Crumbley Paper Co Inc $8,037.05, 2110, Food & Supplies All Cafeterias; Positive Pest Control, $240.00, 2110, Regular Pest; Cintas Corp.#252, $1,208.07, 2110, Mats, Mops, Uniforms, Supplies; AT&T Mobility, $84.64, 2610, IPads SPED; Stine, $87.77, 1120, Re- pair Molding On Building; Stine, $214.85, 1120, Ceil- ing Tile; Stine, $214.85, 1120, Building Supplies; Crumbley Paper Co Inc $1,205.81; 2110, Food & Supplies FES Cafeteria; Big M Supply, $1,392.30, 1120, Wax For All Schools; Solar Supply, $156.64; 1120, AC Parts; Solar Supply, $155.14, 1120, AC Thermostats; Treppendahl's Super Foods, $168.95, 2211, Dis- trict Wide Parental; Comfort Plus Mechanical, LLC, $43,822.00, 1120, AC PLLC, $1,994.21, 1120, Dec. 1-22, 2017 Services; Town of Woodville, $129.21, 1120, Gas, Water, Sewer, Garbage, Central Of- rice; Town of Woodville, $137.75, 1120 Gas, Water, Sewer, Title 1 & Lunch; Town of Woodville, $931.50,1120,Gas/Water WCHS; Town of Woodville, $194.74, 2711, Gas/water MLK Center; Sherwin-Williams, $625.38, 1120, Paint Bleach- ers; Cintas Corp. #252, $195.99, 1120, Mats & Cleaning Supplies; Positive Pest Control, $100.00, 1120, Regular Pest; Key Rehab Associates Inc $4,200.00, 2610, OT/ PT Visits December 2017; $200.00, 2620, OT/PT Visits December 2017; Great America Financial Svcs $141.36, 2110, Stan- dard Payment; $141.36, 2290, Standard Payment; MEA Drug Testing Con- sortium, $144.00, 1120, Drug Screen Alcohol Test; Rosa L. Robinson, $150.00, 1120, Transport T. Robinson; Donald R. Carter, Sr $350.00, 1120, Sewer Treat Jan 2018; Quill, $474.91,2211, Data Reporting/Office Material; Renaissance Learning, $1,983.90, 2211, Mainte- nance Contract Renewal; Renaissance Learning, $1,9683.90, 2211, Mainte- nance Contract Renewal; Deanan Products Inc $759.00, 7321, Beta; Sherwin-Williams, $910.80, 1120, Paint Bleach- ers; MASBO, $350.00, 1120, Registration M. & S. Toll- iver; Homewood Suites, $558.00, 1120, Registration M. & S. Tolliver; Dept. Of Public Safety, $448.00, 1120, Fingerprint Processing; Cintas Corp. #252, $210.41, 1120, Mats & Cleaning Supplies; Crumbley Paper Co Inc $1,106.37, 2110, Food & Supplies WCHS; Cintas Corp. #252, $202.65 1120, Mats & Cleaning Supplies; Band Shoppe, $191.95, 1120, Auxiliary; Office Depot (FL), $344.78, 2211, Instructional Supplies; 2i10,~ ~'W. ~ Co~ School Finch Elementary School :: Lunch;'$42~ 191'.~; ~ "' Pnnc,pal Sharon Robinson " 2112, Fresh Fruit & Veg- gave the board the data on etable Grant, $3,468.88; how the students performed ': 2211, Title 1 Low Grant on the fall benchmark as-' Funds, S14,337.86; sessments and the neces- 2290, Consolidated Ad- sary steps, interventions,': min. Cost Grant, $277.08; tutoring, bi-weekly assess- :' 2511, Title II-Improving ments and teacher place- , Tea. Quality, $406.87; ment taking place according ~' 2610, EHA, Part B, to need to ensure continued :' $6,907.83; progress. 2620, EHA, Preschool, Wilkinson County El- : $625.60; ementary School Principal ;~ 2711,Voc. Ed. Fd.-State & Regina McCoy informed the Local Fds, $5,739.19; board that the fall bench-: 2905, Jobs For MS Gradu- mark assessment results:' ates, $15,000.00; will be in next week and the 3901, DFA Construction necessary steps according to : Bond Fund, $6,513.38; 7321, W. Co. Schs. Stu- dent Club Fd $1,188.26; Total For Funds: $162,537.99 Total Expenditures By Unit: Description Claim Amount 01 Central Office (Coun- ty-Wide, $52,438.29; 04 Finch Elementary School, $22,031.60; 06 Wilkinson County El- ementary, $25, 278.71; 08 Wilkinson County High School, $28,294.83 12, William Winans Mid- dle School, $28,274.73; 90 MLK Career & Tech- nology Center, $6,219.83; Total For Units: $162, 537.99 Superintendent Kimberl-y Jackson informed the board that thirty (30) plus stu- dents are registered to take the ACT and that there is an ACT 20 plus Club at Wilkin- son County High School and recognized Ranlissihia Tick- les who scored a 24 compos- ite on the ACT which in- cluded a score of 33 on the reading portion of the test. Superintendent Kimberly Jackson also recognized Tareana Smith 2nd Grade, Summer McKenzie 5th Grade, Antonio Dumaine 3rd Grade, and Teonna Wil- liams 3rd Grade students at Wilkinson County Elemen- tary School in Health and Physical Education who did exemplary on the Basic Food Groups Pyramid. Each student presented their pyramid to the board and audience. Superintendent Kimberly Jackson informed the board the pyramids will be on display at the Central Office. School Board President Linda Boyd thanked the students, parents and teach- er for being in attendance and for a job well done. She also thanked the parents for their support. the results will be taken. :' William Winans Middle ~ School Principal Jason' Hamilton informed the '~ board that there was sig- nificant growth in 7th grade ' math according to the fall' benchmark assessment. In the Reading for Infor-:' mational Text there are'; strength and weaknesses in grades 6-8, but the neces- ' sary steps are being taken' for improvement according ~ to the results. He also in- '' formed the board that con- sultants are present. Wilkinson County High :" School Principal Alton Mc- Gee informed the board~ according to the fall bench- mark assessment there is~ gain in Math, Biology, Eng- ' lish II and U. S. History." He commended the math '~ department for doing really :; well on the benchmark as- . sessment. He also informed ~' the board that all neces-:' sary steps according to the ' results are being taken for ~' continued improvement. ' Each principal reported~' that teacher and student !~ attendance for the month of : December was good. Superintendent Kimberly : Jackson asked board au thority to pay the district" share of Jobs for Mississippi "' Graduates (JMG) invoice for 2017-2018, school year" in the amount of $15,000.00. ' On motion by Fannie Bateaste, seconded by Johnny Smallwood and car- "~ ried by unanimous vote, the board granted authority to pay the district share of the ' JMG invoice for 2017-2018, ' school year. Superintendent Kimber- ly Jackson recommended the following amounts as minimum acceptable bid per acre on all hunting and fishing leases. 1. Section 30, T1N-R1E 620.75 acres-S22.00 (Continued on Page 7)