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Page 6 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, October 22, 2015 Wilkinson County Board of Education Regular Session June 10, 2015 STATE OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY OF WIUUNSON month of May 2015 were ap- AC & Electric $143.00; Cin- Positive Pest Control, Learning, $1,765.00. Fund Total: $99,623.98. proved, tas Corp. $188.56; Crumbley $100.00; Wilk. Farmers Fund Total: $28,864.85.The above claims were On motion by Billy Paper Co., $2,316.77; Posi- CoOp., $78.79; L & M Bak-Consolidated Admin. Cost expensed to the following Spiller, seconded by Johnny tive Pest Control, $280.00; ery, $89.76; Carol Williams, Grant Fund: Chavis Brad- funds: Smallwood, and carried by Avaya Communications, $114.53; South Central ford, $248.67. unanimous vote, the follow- $174.43; F. R. Blanken-Water Assoc., $17.00; L.C. Fund Total: $248.67. ing reports were approved: stein, $151.16; same, $22.50; Clark, $86.06; Skinners AC Title-II Improving Tea May 2015 Reconciled AT&T, $117.07; same, $5.34. & Electric, $201.00; Waters Quality Fund: Best West- Bank Statements; Fund Total: $42,585.92 International, $864.64; OdeU ern Oak Manor, $246.00; May 2015 Statement of Summer Feeding Pro- Franklin, $2,500.00; Cintas Eric Jackson, $194.04; same, Revenues andExpenditures; gram Funds: Crumbley Pa- Corp., $28.99; Tyco Inter- $141.71; Jackie Ashley, District Maintenance Fund, $25,814.45; W. Co. Schools Activity Fund, $3,619.80; Extended School Year SPED Fund, $3,491.23; W. Co. Schools Lunch The Wilkinson County May 2015 Current Bud-per Co., $880.87; Borden grated Security, $1,315.38; $655.62; Catherine pourciau Fund, $5,638.10; Board of Education met get StatusReprt; Dairy, $194.41. Waters International, $856.63; Charlsie Jensen Summer Feeding Pro- in Regular Session at 5:00 May 2015 Cash Flow Fund Total: $1,075.28 $405.97; Fannie Bateaste, $305.43; Charles Kennedy, gram, 1,499.79; p.m., Wednesday, June 10, Statement by Month; Title I Low Grant Funds: $29.08; Helen Brown, $64.71; $268.35; Deborah R. Whet- Title I Low Grant Funds, 2015, in the Office of the Su- May 2015 Combined Bal- Office Automation Center, Natchez Heating & Cooling, stone, $996.77; $28,864.84; perintendent of Education ance Sheet. $149.94; same $535.00; Quill, $1,804.02, $0.00; Comfort Fund Total: $3,664.55. Consolidated Admin. Cost with the following mem- On motion by Linda Boyd, $1,798.20; same, $315.16; Zone Heating, $435.00; Big EHA, Part B Fund: Grant Fund, $248.67; bers present: Charlie Floyd, seconded by Billy Spiller, and Office Automation Center, M Supply, $187.75; Sherwin- SW MS Ed. Consultant, Title II-Improving Tea President- District 1; Linda carried by unanimous vote, $656.00; same $90.00; The Williams, $1,123.66; Arthur $2,490.10; Synergetics, Quality Fund, $3,664.55; Boyd - District 2; Fannie Claims 335,735 to 335,888 Kirkland Group, $2,900.00; Wells, $1,600.00. $4,825.00; Best WesternEHA, Part B, $9,646.96; Bateaste - District 3 Billy were approved for payment. Treppendahl's Super Fds., Fund Total: $25,814.45 Oak Manor, $246.00; Lee T. EttA, Preschool Fund, Spiller, Secretary - District District Maintenance $98.97; The Kirkland Group, Schools Activity Fund: Dixon, $350.24; Quinette An- $362.98 ; 4; and Johnny Smallwood - Fund: Cintas Corp., $18,850.00; Margie Cren- F. R. Blankenstein, $13.35; thony, $358.80; Viola A. Den- Voc. Ed. Fd. -State & Lo- District 5. $745.85; Positive Pest Con- shaw, $914.00; Office Au- Home Hardware Center, nis, $182.16; Quill, $383.76; cal Fds., $3,202.87; In addition to the forego- trol, $250.00; Cintas Corp., tomation Center, $499.80; $62.14; Rex Team Sports, Office Automation Center, 16th Sec. Forestry Escrow ing members of the Board, $104.40, $119.88; The Ar- AT&T, $85.94; Office Au- $3,000:00; Jones School Sup- $810.90. Fund, $1,375.00; Timothy T. Scott, Superin- mistad Law Firm, $562.50; tomation Center, $554.18, ply, $544.31. Fund Total: $9,646.96. School Building & Im- Entergy, $659.12; same,$1,325.00; AT&T, $4.03; Fund Total: $3,619.80EHA, Preschool Fund:provement Fund, 3,000.00; tendent of Education, School $5,855.14; same, $3,322.02; Office Automation Center,Extended School Year OrientalTrading Co., Qual Sch. Const. Bond Board Attorney Michael Winfield, Charles Wellborn AT&T Long Distance, $486.00; Office Depot (Nat- SPED Fund: Treppendahl's, $176.20; Quill,$49.98,Fund: $30,132.50; from the Mississippi For- $73.83; Waters Internation- chez), $131.80. $393.06; Rosa L. Robinson, $136.80. 2011 Shortfall Note Re- estry Commission, Kevin al, $1,545.75; Skinners AC & Fund Total: $29,269.12.$240.00; Markeitha S. Tick- Fund Total: $362.98. tire Fund, $9,671.41; Thompson from Taylor & Electric, $142.50; Pickering, ConsolidatedAdmin. Costles $953.60; Treppendahrs, Voc. Ed. Fd.-State & Lo- W. Co Note & Interest Sons, Inc., and others from $1,150.00; Charlie Floyd, Grant Fund: MS Assoc. Of $385.28; K Mart, $789.16; cals Fd. Fund: Big M Supply, Fund, $99,623.98 the community were present. $134.70; Linda Boyd, $12.88; Sch. Super., $700.00; Office Dora L. Monroe, $730.13. $177.33; Entergy, $1,819.54; Docket Total: $229,857.14 The meeting was called Fannie Bateaste, $33.12; Automation Center, $90.42; Fund Total: $3,491.23 CNA Surety, $175.00; Of- Board President Charlie to order by School BoardJohnny Smallwood, $22.08; Quill, $561.96; Avaya Corn- W. Co. Schools Lunch rice AutomationCenter,Floyd opened the floor for President Charlie Floyd with Entergy, $170.11; Quill, munications Center, $174.44; Fund: Hotel & Restaurant $1,031.00. Public Comments. School $49.95, $296.89; ($164.95); AT&T, $23.24; Chavis Brad- Supply, $479.00; Hampton Fund Total: $3,202.87. Board Member Johnny a thirty (30) second silent Waters . International,ford, $212.97; AT&T, $1.07; Inn-Pearl, $114.00; Crum- 16th Sec. Forestry Escrow Smallwood thanked every- prayer. On motion by Billy $159.19; Wilk. Farmers Best Western Oak Manor,bley Paper Co., $4,618.72; Fund: MS Forestry Commis- one for their condolences, Spiller, seconded by Johnny CoOp., $39.98; Quill, $1.39; $492.00. Best Western Oak Manor,sion, $1,375.00. cards, and prayers for his Smallwood, and carried by Scholastic Library, $9.25; Fund Total: $2,256.10. $246.00; Delores Hollins, Fund Total: $1,375.00. sister, Cleo Henyard Small- unanimous vote, the Board Buffalo Services, $15,440.95; Title-II Improving Tea $82.60; Melissa G. Montgom- School Building & Im- wood. He also gave a spe- voted to add "Advertisement Baton Rouge Industries,Quality Fund: S-REA, ery, $10.89; Ingrid B. James, provement Fund: Odellcial thanks to the district of School Board Policies" $1,175.90; Big M Supply, $159.00; MECA, $80.00; Mar- $130.53. Franklin, S3,000.00. and Superintendent for the and "Erosion Prevention $2,704.23; Quill, ($1.39); Big gie Crenshaw, $2.086.00; S- Fund Total: $5,638.10. Fund Total: $3,000.00. resolution. at Wilkinson County H~gh M Supply, $4,383.77; CNA REA, $1,749.00; Best West- Summer Feeding Pro- Qual. Sch. Const. Bond Superintendent Scott SchoolbyOdellFranklin. Surety, $175.00; Waste Man- ern Oak Manor, $492.00.gram Funds: Borden Dairy, Fund: Waycaster And As-stated that if you go to On motion by Billy agement of South MS-Nat- Fund Total: $4,248.00. $86.40; Crumbley Paper Co., soc., $1,887.50; Thorpe Sheet Finch Elementary School, Spiller, seconded by Johnny chez, $890.00; Waste Man- EHA, Part B Fund: Dora $196.66; The Merchants Co., Metal, $7,250.00; Natchez you will see the parking agement of MS-McComb, L. Monroe, $174.23; Quill, $1,200.75; Wilk. Farmers Heating & Cooling, $0.00, lot is being redone. He con- Smallwood, and carried by $2,417.95; Cintas Corp., $88.98; Office Automa- CoOp., $15.95. $20,995.00. tinued by stating that this unanimous vote, the agenda $158.65; Town of Woodville, tion Center, $55.00; AT&T, Fund Total: $1,499.79. Fund Total: $30,132.50.will eliminate the cars be- was approved with the fol- lowing items: $839.85; Office Automation $55.06; Office Automation Title I Low Grant Funds: 2011 Shortfall Note ing in the street when they 1) Call to Order and Invo- Center, $1,588.75; MSBACenter, $554.16, $662.50 Office Automation Cen- Retire. Fd.:, UMBLoan, are trying to get on campus cation; 2) Adoption of Agen- Worker's Comp., $20,377.25; Quill, $556.96; K Mart,ter, $79.00; Renaissance $9,671.41. and the project should be da; 3) Approval of Minutes of MS School Bds. Assoc., $196.01; AT&T, $2.57; Viola Learning, $4,216.00; same, Fund Total: $9,671.41. completed by the end of the the Last Meeting; 4) Reports: $2,186.00; Outdoor Pow-A. Dennis, $33.51; Dora L. $2,879.00; same, $3,928.85; W. Co. Note & Inter- month. 4.1) Receipt and Disburse- er, $91.48; Big M Supply, Monroe, $139.32; Vivian L. Educational Materials Spe- est Fund: UMB Loan, merit; 4.2) Prepaid Claims; $2,723.92; Selmans Jewel- Barnes, $72.53. cial, $15,997.00; Renaissance $99,623.98. 4.3) Reconciled Bank State- ers, $336.00; same, $510.00; Fund Total: $2.590.83. ments; 4.4) Statement ofsame, $125.00; same, EHA, Preschool Fund: Revenues and Expenditures; $125.00; S/W MS Electric, Quill, $24.99. 4.5) Current Budget Status; $39.38. Postmaster, $90.00; Fund total: $24.99. 4.6) Cash Flow Statement The Woodville Republican~ Voc. Ed. Fd.-State & by Month; 4.7) Combined $1,145.55; Selmans Jewel- Locals Fds: Cintas Corp., Balance Sheet; 5) Claims; ers, $55.00; same, $25.00; $83.81, same, $83.81; Big 6) Public Comments; 7) Ad- AT&T, $5,462.83; Entergy, M Supply, $766.37; Phoenix vertisement of School Board $9.19; same, $2,401.34; same, Fire Equip. Co., $1,128.00; Policies; 8)Erosion Preven- $5,041.25; F. R. Blanken- Office Automation Center, tion at Wilkinson Countystein, $27.75; The Advocate, $411.98; Entergy, $1.771.57; High School by Odell Frank- $1,139.04; Town of Centrev- Town of Woodville, $54.93; lin; 9) Taylor & Sons Insur- ille, $978.09; Delvin Hunter, Office Automation Center, ance Agency, Inc.- Section $255.00; Office Automation $64.58; Price Pest Control, 125; 10) Opening of BidsCenter, $554.16, $662.50; $45.00; AT&T, $823.53;Ken- The Armistad-Law Firm, neth Herring, $135.00; -- Timber Sale: Section 19, $593.75; Kenneth Herring, AT&T, $61.13; same, $32.44; Township 4 North, Range 2 West; 11) Authority to Apply $135.00; Nakia Stewart,same, $761.09. Herbicides by Air: 11.1) Sec- $130.34; Postmaster, $99.00; Fund Total: $6,223.24. tion 16, Township 2 North, Redd Pest Control, $14.42; 16th Sec. Forestry Es- Range 1 West; 11.2) Section Cintas Corp., $28.99; Donald crow Fund: MS Forestry 15, Township 3 North, Range R. Carter, Sr., $350.00; TIF- Commission, $300.00; Bar- 1 West; 11.3) Section 30, CO, $296.17; Positive Pest reto Forestry Contracting, Township 1 North, Range 1 Control, $320.00; AT&T,$23,356.65. East; 12) Request for an Ex- $315.21; same, $786.64;Fund Total: $23,656.65. tension for Timber Sale: Sec- same, $3,440.00; MS Assoc. Save The Children Grant tion 16, Township 3 North, Of Pupil Trans., $165.00; -FES Fund: Range 1 East; 13) Oil, Gas, Skinners AC & Electric Office Automation Cen- and Mineral Lease -- Sec- $250.00; Best Western Oak ter, $55.00; Renaissance tion 15, Township 3 North, Manor, $729.00; Beau Rivage Learning, $1,080.00. Range 1 West Delayed Resort, $1,680.00; MS Sc. Fund Total: $1,135.00. Rental; 14) Authority to Ad- Bds. Assoc., $1,750.00.Claims No. 335889. vertise: 14.1) Gasoline and Fund Total: $100,429.68335984 Diesel Fuel; 14.2) Oil, Gas, Sehools Activity Fund: MS District Maintenance and Mineral l.e.ase-- Section Assoc. Of Coaches,. $465.00; Fund: Positive Pest Control, 15, Township 3 North, Range Cabot Lodge, $1,068.00; Flus- $150.00; Entergy, $258.53; 1 West; 15) Authority to Ap- ports, Inc., $62.10; Scholastic Rosa L. Robinson, $165.00; ply for FY16 PreliminaryBook Fairs, $3,226.44; J&N Wilk. Co. Food Service Pro- Consolidated Federal Funds; Trophies, $245.00; same, gram, $273.00; Sanders Re- 16) Authority to Transfer $209.00; same, $133.00;pair Service, Inc., $98.08; up to $500,000.00 from 16th same, $245.00; Graduation Home Hardware Center, Section InterestFundte Dis- Ink, $309.15; Jones School $59.96; same, $59.96; Bak- trict Maintenance Fund; 17) Supply, $676.87; E and E er Distributing Co., $89.64; Requests for Student Trans- Awards, $148.50; L & B Flu- Sanders Repair Service, fer; 18)Requests for Salvage ral, $510.00; C.E.Rebinson, Inc., $429.95; Cages Janito- Inc., $2,706.50; Graduate rial Services, $200.00; Smith Delete; 19) Resignations; 20) Supply House, $1,860.00; Printing, $78.50; Fannie Recommendations; 21) Le- gality of Publicizing District Moses Wells, $120.00; Pat- Bateaste, $16.56; Linda Employees' Salaries; 22) Ex- rick Smith, $60.00; Jones Boyd, $133.01; Charlie ecutive Session-- Personnel School Supply, $266.74;Floyd, $13.80; Johnny Small- On motion by Billy Spiller, same, $178.23; same, wood, $11.04; Carol Wil- seconded by Johnny Small- $287.18; F. R. Blankenstein, liams, $120.52; L. C. Clark, wood, and carried by unani- $160.00;AT&T, $92.70; Post- $206.08; Wilk. Co. Food Ser- i mous vote, the May 2015, master, $90.00; School Spe- vice Program, $224.25; Cin- Regular Board Minutes and cialty, $388.18; Victoria Boss, tas Corp., $28.99; Entergy, May 20, 2015, Special Board $320.00; AT&T, $3.29; Willie $7,278.86; same, $3,962.59; Williams, Jr., $750.00.same, $825.31; AT&T Long Minutes were approved. Fund Total: $14,580.88 Distance Service, $84.48; On motion by Billy Spiller, seconded by Johnny W. Co. Schools Lunch Smallwood, and carried by Fund: Cintas Corp., $55.03; unanimous vote, the Receipt Crumbley Paper Co., and Disbursement Report for $11,674.25; Auto-Chlor System, $1,061.15; Borden the month of May 2015 was Dairy, $183.11, $179.73; approved. On motion by Billy same, $4,026.04; Cintas Spiller, seconded by Johnny Corp., $1,041.09; Positive Pest Control, $280.00; The Smallwood, and carried by Merchants Co., $21,175.13; unanimous vote, seventeen. (17) prepaid claims for the J.E. Hicks, $55.00; Skinners Vote For & Elect Justice Court Judge "West" Fair, Knowledgeable, Experienced Concerned about Wilkinson County and ALL of its Citizens Knows the law, with over 28 years of law enforcement experience APPRoVED AND PAID BY CANDIDATE (Continued on Page 7) SUPI, RS(.O 1 1 K A "Super Man" for a "Super Disb-ict" I would like to thank my faculty and staff, the student bodY, my b,a~r.ents, the commtmity, and the er{tire Wilkinson County School District family for your contribution to this successful 'school district. It really [at