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Page 6 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, October 3, 2013 Willdnson County Board Of Education Regular Session Held On August 14, 2013 STATE OF MISSISSIPPI- COUNTY OF WILKINSON The Wilkinson County Board of Education met in Regular Session at 4 o'clock p.m., Wednesday, August 14, 2013, in the Office of the Superintendent of Edu- cation with the following members present: Charlie Floyd, President, District 1;Linda Boyd, Secretary, District 2; Fannie Bateaste, District 3; Billy Spiller, Board Chaplin, District 4; Johnny Smallwood, Vice President, District 5; In addition to the fore- going members of the Board, Timothy T. Scott, Superintendent of Educa- tion, School Board Attorney Michael Winfield, Lester Walls of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Charles Wellborn of the Mississippi Forestry Commission, and others from the community were present. The meeting was called to order by School Board President Charlie Floyd with a twenty (20) second silent prayer. On motion by Billy Spiller, seconded by Fan- nie Bateaste, and carried by unanimous vote, the agen- da was approved with the following items: 1) Call to Order and Invo- cation; 2) Adoption of Agen- da; 3) Approval of Minutes of the Last Meeting; 4) Reports: 4.1) Receipt and Disburse- ment; 4.2) Prepaid Claims; 5) Claims; 6) Public Comments; 7) Mississippi Forestry Com- mission: 7.1) Annual Report; 7.2) Quotes Received for Her- bicide Spraying: 7.2.1) Sec- tion 17, Township 2 North, Range 1 East; 7.2.2) Section 27, Township 4 North, Range 1 East; 7.3) Authorization for Services: 7.3.1) Section 30, Township 1 North, Range 1 East; 7.3.2) Section 16, Township 3 North, Range 1 East; 7.3.3) Section 17, Township 2 North, Range 1 East; 7.3.4) Section 18, Township 2 North, Range 1 East; 7.3.5) Section 15, Township 3 North, Range 1 West; 7.3.6) Section 22, Township 1 North, Range 3 West; 7.3.7) Section 27, Township 4 North, Range 1 East; 7.3.8) Section 16, Township 2 North, Range 2 West; 7.3.9) Section 26, Township 1 North, Range 2 West; 7.4) Work that will be done by Vendors: 7.4.1) Sec- tion 30, Township 4 North, Range 3 West; 7.4.2) Section 14, Township 3 North, Range 4 West; 8) Opening of Bids- Educational Contractual Services; 9) Donation from Treppendahl's Super Foods; 10) Request for Salvage De- lete; 11) Recommendations; 12) Adopt Speech, Language, Voice, and Fluency Disor- ders Policy; 13) Request for Student Transfer; 14) Hand- books and Dress Code; 15) Approval of Revised Solici- tation Policy; 16) Executive Session-Personnel Board President Charlie Floyd stated that he wants to commend Devin Voorhies on becoming the first ath- lete from Wilkinson Coun- ty School District to make the Dandy Dozen. He also stated that he would like to invite Voorhies and his family to the next board meeting and present him with a resolution for his ac- $2,655.72; Sanders Repair Service, $128.82; AT&T Long Distance, $67.56; The Advocate, $1,329.84; Redd Pest Control, $14.00; F. R. Blankenstein Co., $22.50; AT&T, $174.43; same, $41.28; same, $10.32; same, $30.96; same, $10.32; same, $651.93; same, $139.45; same, $196.53; same, $41.28; same, $167.44; same, $373.40; same, $6,325.77; Town of Centrev- ille, $41.50; same, $337.96; same, $502.26; Positive Pest Control, $150.00; CNA Surety, $175.00; LEMIC In- surance, $1,352.00; Employ- ment Publishing, $632.32; Natchez Democrat, $188.36; Redd Pest Control, $14.00; Cintas Corp., $63.12; Waste Management of MS-Mc- Comb, $1,098.76; same, $1,027.40; Waste Manage- ment of South MS-Natchez, $445.00; same, $445.00; Entergy, $1,077.89; same, $1,643.16; same, $2,638.28; same, $5,000.06; same, $4,815.10; Shawanna Jack- son, $174.45; L&M Baker, $375.29; Cintas Corp., $21.04; Cheryl A. Lee, complishment. $126.50; Southern Pipe On motion by Billy & Supply, $50.37; Fannie Spiller, seconded by Johnny Bateaste, $16.56; Linda Smallwood, and carried by Boyd, $12.88; Charlie Floyd, unanimous vote, the board $13.80; Johnny Smallwood, minutes for the July 2013 $11.04; AT&T Mobility, Board Meeting and Special $35.87; Bi-County Insur- ican Research Chemical, $560.71; Employment Pub- lishing, $349.00; Natchez Democrat, $491.29; Cintas Corp., $21.04; The Wood- ville Republican, $749.86; Town of Woodville, $78.60; same. $31.39; same, $826.85; same, $78.60; Timothy T. Scott, $50.80; Postmaster, $158.00; Juan- ita Longs, $42.84; RiddelY All American, $2,074.60; Dorothy M. Ford, $41.13; Cages Janitorial Services, $375.00; Wilk. Farmers CoOp., $183.94; Southern Pipe & Supply, $676.20; Natchez Democrat, $149.69; Riddell/All American, $1,038.83; Vine Brothers, $256.75; Waste Manage- ment of South MS-Natchez, $445.00; same, $445.00; Waste Management Of MS- McComb, $1,166.16; same, $1,102.58; Qui11,$27.78; same, $1,201.65; AT&T Communications Systems, $170.59; Phoenix Fire Equip. Co., $351.50; SW MS Electric, $39.38; The Meeting were approved. On motion by Fannie Bateaste, seconded by Bil- ly Spiller, and carried by unanimous vote, the Re- ceipt and Disbursement Re- port for the month of July 2013 was approved. On motion by Fan- nie Bateaste, seconded by Billy Spiller, and carried by unanimous vote, ten (10) prepaid claims for the month of July 2013 were approved. On motion by Billy Spill- er, seconded by Linda Boyd, and carried by unanimous vote, Claims 331,418 to 331,697 were approved for payment. District Maintenance Fund: Town of Woodville, $78.60; same, $78.60; same, $1,613.28; same, $265.39; SW MS Electric, $39.38; Vine Brothers, $665.47; The Woodville Republican, ance Agency, $164,955.80; Union Insurance Co., $20,758.00; Vine Broth- 1[~ ers, $602.68; Cages Jani- torial Services, $390.00; Cintas Corp., $102.10; Posi- tive Pest Control, $100.00; Wilk. Farmers CoOp., $137.95; Notary Public Underwriters, $108.00; Fannie Bateaste, $16.56; Charlie Floyd, $13.80; Johnny Smallwood, $11.04; Kimbrell Office Supply, $500.00; M. Elias Winfield, PA, $600.00; Natchez Dem- ocrat, $182.84; Anna Mont- gomery, $42.84; Sakina Smith, $57.02; Latoya Mon- roe, $43.60; Nakia Stewart, $63.58; C Spire Wireless, $315.60; Office Automation Center, $1,588.75; Timothy T. Scott, $234.39; same, $238.33; same, $466.07; same, $120.42; Office Au- tomation Center, $554.16; same, $662.50; Mid-Amer- Advbc~t.te,, ,$85~.90; Entergy, $41864179i~ Ndtchez Demo- crat,'$i:t4:17; F. R. Blan- kenstein Co., $23.10; Quill, $67.96; Southern Pipe & Supply, $411.83; Cintas Corp., $21.04; Town of Centreville, $375.50; same, $185.35; same, $35.50; South Central Water Sup- ply, $17.00; MASS (MS As- soc. of School), $350.00; La- wanda Clay, $105.00; Cages Janitorial Services, $200.00; Vine Brothers, $370.02; Big M Supply, $191.52; Buffalo Services, Inc., $21,921.87; Entergy, $1,680.09; Posi- tive Pest Control, $100.00, $150.00; Smith Printing, $69.25; same, $78.00; Guys Paper & Supply, $62.00; Employment Publish- ing, $2,055.04; Redd Pest Control, $14.00; Donald R. Carter, Sr., $700.00; Enter- gy, $7.85; Jennifer Jarvis, $200.00; MEA Drug Test- ing, $99.00; Cintas Corp., $21.04; Sherwin-Williams, $169.50; The Master Teach- er, $776.81; Cintas Corp., $84.98; Three Way Seafbod- Texaco, $104.50; Buffalo Services, Inc., $4,753.51; AT&T, $176.53; same, $42.36; same, $10.59; same, $31.77; same, $10.59; same, $652.55; same,S141.02; same, $199.66; same, $41.88; same, $170.03; same, $376.90; same, $6,464.10; Watkins, Ward & Stafford, PLLC, $462.00; Vine Brothers, $258.48; Cintas Corp., $102.10; Posi- tive Pest Control, $320.00; Entergy, $644.29; Cintas Corp., $50.21; Donald R. Carter, Sr., $750.00; Sha- ron Fleming Williams, $2,585.00; Waters Inter- national, $3,034.54; Best Practices Conference, $1,050.00; Connie M. Hol- lins, $2,500.00. Fund Total: $304,997.75 Special Education Fund: Entergy, $285.72;Rosa L.Robinson, $195.00. Fund Total: $480.72 (Continued on Page 7)