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# %-. : , The Woodville Republican, Thursday, October 22, 2015 ..... : ...... : ' : .... Page 10 Guests over the weekend of Mr. Dickie Smither at Owls Nest II included Mr. David Jerry of Baton Rouge and Mr. Mark Shea of New Orleans. Recent guests of Mrs. Glen Whetstone and Glen Ray were Mr. and Mrs. Rus- sell McCarty of Ridgeland and their grandchildren, Elle and Kate Newly Formed WCHS... (Continued from Page 4) "We need this money to make payroll and to meet other financial obligations of the district," said Scott. On motion by Boyd and second by Spiller, the board voted 5-0 to approve the transfer of funds. Supt. Scott presented the board members with a breakdown of the proposed district salary supplements paid for extra-curricular activities for the 2015-2016 school year. The pay supple- ments proposed were for certified and non-certified coaches on the junior high and high school levels and for the band director. A sep- arate supplement was for coaches with commercial drivers licenses. Pay sup- plements were also based on years of experience. Pay supplements ranged from a low of $1,350 to a high of $5,400 The matter was taken into executive ses- sion for further discussion. No information has been made available on what transpired in executive ses- sion which was held at the end of the regular meeting. A list of recommenda- tions for hire was approved by a 5-0 board vote. Supt. Scott said, "With the safety of our children as our priority, I am recom- mending that the school district apply for a MCOX Grant for $10,000," said Supt. Scott. "If awarded, the money will be used to purchase supplies and for training of our security per- sonnel." On motion by Spiller and second by Bateaste, the board approved the grant application by a unanimous vote. Supt. Scott said that he underwent a Mississippi School Board Association Superintendent Evalua- tion which was conducted by the Wilkinson County School Board on Septem- ber 25. "I am glad to report that I received a B+ grading from the school board," said Scott. "We are required to publish the results in the local newspaper, and we will do so in The Woodville Republican." Supt. Scott announced that the WCSD Transpor- tation Department cleared a recent audit of school busses, other vehicles and equipment. "They worked night and day to get prepared for the audit, making sure that everything worked on our fleet of busses. I want to commend them for a job well done," said the super- intendent. Supt. Scott announced, "We will have a mock Emergency School Evacu- ation in the school district on Wednesday, October 15. Law enforcement and other agencies will be participat- ing." The board went into executive session at this point. No information has been made available con- cerning any action taken behind closed doors. ..... Make the Right Choice SMITH ELECT $ Man r the lob" 2nd District Supervisor Wilkinson County (Submitted by and paid by the candidate) ;A News The WCCA elementary had a delightful field trip to the Grand Village of the Natchez Indians last week. Students visited various sta- tions to learn about Native Americans and their history in our area. The students lis- tened to legends by storytell- ers, rolled down the mounds, and were able to see many interesting artifacts brought by artisans. One of the big- gest highlights was the in- formative demonstration by Chief Strong Buffalo. The students toured his authen- tic tepee and were captivat- ed with the huge variety of hunting and farming imple- ments on display. Friday was an especially exciting day for kindergarten students as they celebrated the 50th day of school. Chil- dren arrived in poodle skirts, jeans and bobby socks, ready for their root beer floats and sock hop. We are very busy around the campus as we prepare for our final home football game. Please join us at 6:15 p.m. Friday, October 23, for a special senior night presen- tation, followed by the final home game versus Trinity. Plans are underway for- Fall Fest on Thursday, Oc- tober 29, beginning at 5:30 p.m. with a Trunk or Treat & Costume Contest and LEARN THE INDIAN WAYS -- Chief Strong Buffalo is shown talking to Wilkinson County Christian Academy elementary students about the history, lore and implements used by native American Indians. -- WCCA Photo the Silent Auction opens. At 6 p.m., come for dinner and some tim in the Game Booths, Haunted House and Sweet Tooth Booth. The fina- le at 8 p.m. will be the Black- Out Pep Rally! Upcoming Dates: October 21, Wednesday, Tardy Detention October 23, Friday, 7 p.m., Football vs Trinity: 6:15 p.m., Senior Night Presentation our new visitors, we will be October 24, 8 a.m., School painting the gym, cleaning Work Day out stage/storage areas and October 25, 1 p.m., School pressure washing. We can- Work Day not stress enough how much WCCA is organizing two we need your help. You are work days to get ready for not required to commit to Fall Fest, Christmas Pro- a whole day, but any time gram, Basketball Season would be greatly appreci- and the STEM/Robotics ated. Competition. In an effort to October 29, Thursday, prepare for and welcome all 5:30 p.m., Fall Fest. VOTE TO RE-ELECT AS YOUR WILKINSON COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK EMBER 3, 2015 Professional (O.E.S)/Heroines of Jericho Senior Chancery Clerk for State N Member of ChatwelI Club In- of Mississippi Member of the MS Chancery Clerk Association N Member of the International Association of Clerks, Recorders corporated-President Education Graduated Wilkinson County High School and Elections Officials N Jackson State University- B.S. Mississippi Certified Emergen- Degree in Biology/Chemistry cy Manager (MCEM) N Attended University of South- Member of the International ern Mississippi-Psychology Association of Emergency Manag- ers Member of Mississippi Eco: nomic Development Council Wilkinson County Industrial Development Authority (Park Ac- quisition Board-Founder) Personal, Social and Religious Affiliations N A Baptist ( Oak Hill First Zion Baptist Church) Life Member of Alpha Phi Al- pha Fraternity Inc. (Rho Epsilon Lambda, Natchez, MS)- Founding President N Member of the Krewe of the Natchez Indians N Past Master of the Fort Ad- ams Masonic Lodge 622 EA.M/ MS Judicial College School of Law N Southern University A&M College- Master's Degree in Public Administration N In pursuance of Ph. D in Public Administration from Walden Uni- versity, Minneapolis, Minnesota Honors and Certificates Certified as a Mississippi Emer- gency Manager Certified Grant Writer and Manager through FEMA N Who's Who Among America's Outstanding Professionals and Elected Leaders of America N Man of the Year- Alpha Phi Alpha 2009-2010 (Rho Epsilon Lambda Chapter) ' P.H.A. N Mississippi Comptrollers and Sublime Prince of the Royal Bookkeepers Association Secret A.A.A.S.R., P.H.A (State of N Honored for years of service as Mississippi) N Member of the Commanders of the Rite (JB Henderson for 33rd Degree Masons) N Member of the Ancient Arabic Order Noble of the Mystic Shrine N Order of the Eastern Star a Physics, Chemistry and Biology Instructor at W.C.H.S. N Teacher of the Year- Wilkinson County High School (3+ Years) N Certified Entrepreneur by the Wilkinson County Entrepreneur- ship Academy Your Vote and Support Is Greatly Appreciated Wilkinson County, Mississippi , (Ad has been submitted and paid for by the candidate)