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Page 6 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, Novembe/r 19, 2015 ,/t f I / STATE OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY OF WILKINSON The Wilkinson County Board of Education met in special session at 10:00 a.m., Friday, September 25, 2015, in the Office of the Superintendent of Edu- cation with the following members present: Charlie Floyd, President - District 1; Fannie Bateaste - Dis- trict 3; Billy Spiller, Secre- t~ry - District 4; Johnny Smallwood - District 5; and Absent: Linda Boyd - Dis- trict 2. In addition to the forego- ing members of the Board, Timothy T. Scott, Superin- tendent of Education, was present. The meeting was called to order by School Board Pres- ident Charlie Floyd with a twenty-five (25) second si- lent prayer. On motion by Billy Spill- er, seconded by Fannie Bateaste, and carried by unanimous vote, the agenda was approved with the fol- lowing items: 1) Call to Order and In- vocation; 2) Adoption of Agenda; 3) Amend District Policy Manual; 4)Approve State Policies: 4.1 Profes- sional Development Plan; 4.2 Instructional Manage- ment Plan; 4.3 Dropout Prevention; 5) Approve Handbooks: 5.1 Employee; 5.2 Student. On motion by Billy Spill- er, seconded by Fannie Bateaste, and Carried by unanimous vote, the board voted to amend the District Policy Manual. On motion by Billy Spill- er, seconded by Fannie Bateaste, and carried by unanimous vote, the Board approved the following State Policies: Professional Develop- ment Plan; Instructional Manage- ment Plan; Dropout Prevention. On motion by Billy Spill- er, seconded by Fannie Bateaste, and carried by unanimous vote, the Board approved the District Em- ployee Handbook and the District Student Handbook. On motion by Billy Spill- er, seconded by Fannie Bateaste, and carried by unanimous vote, the meet- ing adjourned. Charlie Floyd President, ' Wilkinson County Board of Education Billy Spiller Secretary Wilkinson County Board of Education Timothy T. Scott Superintendent Wilkinson County Board of Education 11/12/15 STATE OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY OF WILKINSON The Wilkinson County Board of Education met in Regular Session on Wednesday, September 9, 2015, with the following members present: Charlie Floyd, President - District 1; Linda Boyd - District 2; Fannie Bateaste - Dis- trict 3; Billy Spiller, Sec- retary - District 4; John- ny Smallwood - District 5. In addition to the forego- ing members of the Board, Timothy T. Scott, Super- intendent of Education, School Board Attorney Michael Winfield, Charles Wellborn of the Mississippi Forestry Commission, and others from the community were present. The meeting was called to order by School Board Pres- ident Charlie Floyd with a twenty-five (25) second si- lent prayer. On motion by Billy Spill- er, seconded by Fannie Bateaste, and carried by unanimous vote, the agenda was approved with the fol- lowing items: 1) Call to Order and In- vocation; 2) Adoption of Agenda; 3) Approval of Minutes of the Last Meet- ing; 4) Reports: 4.1) Receipt and Disbursement; 4.2) Prepaid Claims; 4.3) Recon- ciled Bank Statements; 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) Public Comments; 7) Mississippi Forestry Commission: 7.1) Authorization for Services: 7.1.1) Section 16, Town- ship 3 North, Range 1 East; 7.1.2) Section 27, Town- ship 4 North, Range 1 East; 7.1.3) Section 30, Township 1 North, Range 1 East; 7.2) Return of Performance Bond for Two Timber Sales: 7.2.1) Section 22, Town- ship 1 North, Range 3 West; 7.2.2) Section 37, Township 2 North, Range 3 West; 8) Contractual Services Bids that Were Tabled: 8.1) Oc- cupational Therapist; 8.2) Physical Therapist; 8.3) Professional Development; 8.4) Psychometrist Ser- vices; 9) Authority to Re- Advertise - Contractual Services: 911) Occupational Therapist; 9.2) Physical Therapy Services; 10) Ap- proval of the 2014-2015 Final Amendment Budget; 11) My Brother's Keeper, Inc. Grant Agreement; 12) Request for Student Trans- fer; 13) School Board Poli- cies; 14) Mississippi Teach- er Evaluation System; 15) Superintendent Evaluation Instruments; 16) Resigna- tion; 17) Recommendations; 18) Non-Certified Staff Sal- ary Increase; 19) Executive Session - Personnel. On motion by Fannie Bateaste, seconded by Lin- da Boyd, and carried by unanimous vote, the board minutes for the August 2015 board meeting were approved. On motion by Linda Boyd, seconded by Fannie Bateaste, and carried by unanimous vote, the Re- ceipt and Disbursement Report for the month of Au- gust 2015 was approved. On motion by Linda Boyd, seconded by Fannie Bateaste, and carried by unanimous vote, the twen- ty-three (23) prepaid claims for the month of August 2015 were approved. On motion by Linda Boyd, seconded by Fannie Bateaste, and carried by unanimous vote, the follow- ing reports were approved: August 2015 Reconciled Bank Statements; August 2015 Statement of Revenues and Expendi- tures; August 2015 Current Budget Status Report; August 2015 Cash Flow Statement by Month; August 2015 Combined Balance Sheet~ On motion by Billy Spill- er, seconded by Linda Boyd, and carried by unanimous vote, Claims 336,162 to 336,337 were approved for payment. District Maintenance Fund: Cintas Corp., $129.66; same, $562.47; Entergy, $1,278.21; same, $7,275,80; same, $4,333.51; Positive Pest Control, $250.00; L & M Bakery, $1,558.37; Fan- nie Bateaste, $16.56; Linda Boyd, $12.88; Charlie Floyd, $13.80; Johnny Smallwood, $11.04;Cages Janitorial Service, $470.00; Big M Supply,$3,780.69; same, $403.54; Sherwin-Williams, $240.23; Jr.s' Auto Parts, $20.30; Quill, $186.91; Smith Printing, $109.06; same, $509.80; same, $1,263.37; Stine, $2,245.00; Sherwin- Williams, $1,072.53; Outdoor Power, $521.90; Carol Wil- liams. $113.65; Postmaster, $169.00; Natchez Newspa- per, $1,002.80; Smith Prin- ing, $250.25; Central Office Supplies, $429.99; Home Hardware Center, $32.96; Deep South Spring, $980.00; Cintas Corp., $119.88, $0.00; same, $364.42; Posi- tive Pest Control, $320.00; Waste Management of MS- McComb, $2,518.46; Waste Management of South MS- Natchez, $912.26; AT&T Long Distance, $70.65; SW MS Electric, $39.38; Jr.'s Auto Parts, $6.54; Donald R. Carter, St., $350.00; Central Access Corp., $10,175.00; The Woodville Republican, $335.49; Natchez Newspa- per, $317.60; C Sspire Wire- less, $189.36; South Cen- tral Water Asssoc., $17.00; Town of Woodville, $678.85; Jr.'s Auuto Parts, $42.40; same $3.44; Wilk. Farmers CoOp., $75.80; Big M Sup- ply, $3,915.45; Waters In- ternational, $588.20; same $436.47; same, $1,108.79; Richland Equipment Co.., $277.65; Deep South Spring, $350.00; same, $590.00; Southern Tire Mart, $297.95; Cintas Corp., $114.88; Wa- ! ters International, f $591.24; AT&T, $194.51. Natchez Heating !& Cool- Fund Total: $5,339.75. ing, $321.50; Delvi]n Hunt- Qual. Sch. Const. Bond er, $240.00; Quill,. $111.96; Fund: Waycaster And As- Big M Supply, $44.67; soc., $377.50; Skinners A/C same, $10.00; Re~ Team & Electric, $14,400.00; Jor- Sports, $1,209.00; l~ntergy, dan, Kaiser & Sessions, $2,686.68; same, $5,444.38; $2,750.00; Southern States same, $9.21; Cinths Corp., Construction, $67,440.60; $31.44, $0.00; F. R. !:tlanken- Fund Total: $84,968.10. stein, $27.75; the Advocate, 16th Performance Bond $449.96; Rosa 1. Robinson, Escrow: Fred Netterville $240.00; Redd Pest Con-Lumber, S2,500.00. trol, $14.42; L & M Bak- FtmdTotal: $2,500.00. ery, $39.52; Smith Printing, W. Co. School Student $948.10; Natchez Electric, Club Fd: API, $47.15. $171.78; Waters Intet'nation- Fund Total: $47.15. al, $67.58; same, $934.89; The above claims were Wilk. Co. Farmers CoOp,expensed to the following $132.20; same, $395.85;funds: same, $131.95; TLwn of District Maintenance Centreville $822.54; Willk. Fund, $80,090.56; Co. Food Service Program, W. Co. Schools Activity $266.50; Southern S~ates Fund, S18,974.34; Construction, $3,270.00; W. Co. Schools Lunch same, $6,600.00; AT&T, Fund, $54,028.33; $1,336.24. Title I Low Grant Funds, Fund Total: $80,090.56. $4,171.78; Schools Activity Fund:Consolidated Admin. Cost Decorations Unlimited, Grant Fund, $694.38; $900.00; Alfred L. Wells, Title. II-Improving Tea $300.00; Graduate Source, Quality Fund, $4,465.00; $3,621.76; Xavier Reed, EHA, Part B, $23,738.83; $60.00; Moses Wells,S105:00; Voc. Ed. Fd. -State & Lo- Patrick Smith, $60.00; Ricky ca] Fds., $5,339.75; Jackson, $60.00; Patrice Qual Sch. Const. Bond Cothern, $55.00; Cleve- Fund: $84,968.10; land Sith IV, $90.00; Leroy 16th Performance Bond Stricklad, $90.00; James Escrow Fund:$2,500.00 E. Lee, $90.00; Donald A. W. Co Schs. Student Club Presley, $90.00; Kejuan Mc- Fd., $47.15. Clain, $90.00; Edward Russ, DocketTotal:$279,018.22. Jr., $45.00; Mitchell Gutter, Board President Charlie $45.00; Lee Dixon, $45.00; Floyd opened the floor for A Coast Tours, $5,000.00; Public Comments. Board Eloop Travel, Inc., $1,300.00; Member Johnny Smallwood Treppendahl's Super Foods, stated that he has some $114.64; Decorations Unlim- athletic concerns. He con- ited, $900.00; Keith Obanion, tinued by stating that the $45.00; Treppendahrs Super Mississippi High School Ac- Foods, $61.98; Graduation tivities Association speaks Source, $1,352.60; Decora- of sportsmanship and our tions Unlimited, $900.00; football game against Nat- Herbert Poole, $60.00; Rex chez High School is a friend- Team Sports, $2,338.00; ly rivalry. Smallwood con- Keith Obanon, $55.00; Dan- tinued by stating we should nye Cameron, $90.00; Keith not have had so many refer- Russ, $80.00; Edward Russ, ees from Natchez because it Jr., $90.00; Mark Gilm- does not look fair. Superin- ore, $90.00; Willie McRay, tendent Scott stated that he $90.00; Moses Wells, $60.00; agrees but we do not assign Patrick Smith, $60.00; Xavi- referees. Board President er Reed, $60.00; Herbert Charlie Floyd stated that Poole. $60.00; Ricky Jackson, we get the names but we $60.00; T;homas Fountain, can scratch them from the $60.00; Dandridge Brooks, list. Smallwood stated that $60.00; Treppendahrs Super he does not want to see it Foods, $82.98; same, $37.45; repeated. $67.75; AT&T, $62.18. Board Member Johnny Fund Total: $18,974.34Smallwood thanked every- W. Co. SchoolS Lunch one for volunteering in the Fund: Heartland School, district and wants to recog- $231.00; Hotel & Restaurant nize them, along with get- Supply, $412.38; Treppen- ting the community more dahrs, $59.06; E~s Whole- involved. sale, $1,478.31; CrumbleyPa- On motion by Billy Spill- per Co., $15,083.35; Prairie er, seconded by Johnny Farms Dairy, $488.57; Posi- Smallwood, and carried by tive Pest Control, $200.00; unanimous vote, the board Borden Dairy, $4,039.33; approved the following au- Cintas Corp., $629.67; The thorization for services for Merchants Co., $22,793.66; firelane construction: same, $1,701.30; Cintas Section 16, Township 2 Corp. $115.60; Hotel & Res- North, Range 1 East; taurant Supply, $5,669.00; ' Section 27, Township 4 Quill, $307.92; Humitech of North, Range 1 East; Miss-Lou, $1,028.50; AT&T, Section 30, Township 1 $31.29. North, Range 1 East. Fund Total: $54,028.33. On the recommendation of Title I Low Grant Funds: Charles Wellborn of the Mis- Renaissance Learning,sissippi Forestry Commis- $599.00; Quill, $114.99; sion, Superintendent Scott same, $459.98; Office Depot, recommended that Wilkin- $76.55; The Parent Institute, son County School District $520.00; same, $2,248.00; keeps the $1,500.00 perfor- Treppendahl's$129.96; mance bond that was posted AT&T, "$23.30. by Good Hope, Inc. due to the Fund Total: $4,171.78. timber not being harvested. Consolidated Admin. On motion by Linda Boyd, Cost Grant Fund: Sarah seconded by Billy Spiller, Ann Stanwood, $99.53; and carried by unanimous Chavis Bradford, $291.31; vote, the board voted to keep The Woodville Republican, the performance bond on the $121.05; Learning Forward, timber sale to Good Hope, $175.00; AT&T, $7.49. Inc. on Section 22, Township Fund Total: $694.38. 1 North, Range 3 West in the Title-II Improving Tea amount of $1,500.00. Quality Fund: Gary K. On the recommendation of Smith, $75.00; Bailey Edu- Charles Wellborn of the Mis- cation, $1,450.00; Jeanne sissippi Forestry Commis- Fihch, $2,600.00; Carriesion, Superintendent Scott Stewart, $340.00. recommended that Wilkin- Fund Total: $4,465.00. son County School District EHA, Part B Fund: Mi-keeps one halfthe $5,000.00 crocomputer Systems, performance bond that was $4,555.00; same, $2,495.00; posted by Fred Netterville same~ $4,197.00; same, Lumber Company due to $4,197.00; same, $4,500.00; about one half of the area be- same, $2,495.00; Synerget- ingharvested. ics, $1,200.00; AT&T Mobil- On motion by Linda Boyd, ity, $83.76; AT&T, $16.07. seconded by Billy Spiller, Fund Total: $23,738.83.and carried by unanimous Voc. Ed. Fd.-State & vote, the board voted to Locals Fds: Cintas Corp., keep the performance bond $83.81, $83.81; Entergy, on the timber sale to Fred $2,402.88; Smith Print-Netterville Lumber Com- ing, $24.94; santo, $127.45; pany on Section 37, Town- Quill, $83.99, ($2.20); Cintas ship 2 North, Range 3 West Corp., $0.00, $83.81; same, in the amount of $2,500.00. $0.00, $0.00, $0.00; $0.00, On motion by Johnny $83.81; Price Pest Control, Smallwood, seconded by $45.00; Central Access Corp., Billy Spiller, and carried by $925.00; Town of Wood- unanimous vote, the board ville, $51.16; Skinners AC & approved contractual ser- Electric, $197.00; Wheelers vices for professional de- Janitorial Supplies, $530.60; velopment from Rosemount Cintas Corp., $0.00, $89.33; Consulting, Inc. Smith Printing, $49.90; Cen- On motion by Johnny ter For Education, $284.95; Smallwood, seconded by Billy Spiller, and carried by unanimous vote, the board approved contractual Ser- vices for psychometrist ser- vices from Rosemount Con- sulting, Inc. On motion by Linda Boyd, seconded by Billy Spiller, and carried by unanimous vote, the board granted au- thority to re-advertise for the following contractual services: Occupational Therapy Services; Physical ~herapy Ser- vices. On motion by Fannie Bateaste seconded by Linda Boyd,, and carried by unan- imous vote, the Board ap- proved the 2014-2015 final amended budget. On motion by Fannie Bateaste seconded by Lin- da Boyd, and carried by unanimous vote, the Board accepted the My Broth- er's Keeper Grant in the amount of $45,000.00. On motion by Linda Boyd, seconded by Fannie Bateaste, and carried by unanimous vote, the fol- lowing student transfer requests to Amite County School District were ap- proved: Tristan Shawn Crochet; Billy Thomas Lydell Cross, Jr. Superintendent Scott stated that he received the following quotes for up- dating the district's policy manual: Mississippi School Board Association - $14,500.00; Michael Winfield - $13,500.00; Tony Baldwin - $15,000.00. On motion by Linda Boyd, seconded by Fannie Bateaste, and carried by unanimous vote, the board accepted the quote from Michael Winfield in the amount of $13,500.00. On motion by Linda Boyd, seconded by Billy Spiller, and carried by unanimous vote, the board adopted the Mississippi Teacher Evalu- ation System. On motion by Linda Boyd, seconded by Fannie Bateaste, and carried by unanimous vote, the board adopted the Superintendent Evaluation Instrument. On motion by Billy Spill- er, seconded by Linda Boyd, and carried by unanimous vote, the board approved the letter of resignation from Catherine Wilson, Custodian, effective Decem- ber 18, 2015. On the recommendation of Chavis Bradford, Federal Programs Director, Super- intendent Scott recom- mended Michelle Patten for employment as the English Language Learner (ELL) Tutor for the 2015-2016 school year. On motion by Linda Boyd, seconded by Billy Spiller, and carried by unanimous vote, the recommendation of employment of Michelle Patten as the English Lan- guage Learner (ELL) Tutor for the 2015-2016 school year was approved. On the recommendation of Angela Perry, Food Ser- vice Department, Superin- tendent Scott recommended the following individuals for employment: Barbara Montgomery- Cafeteria Worker - Effec- tive August 24, 2015; Irean Veals - Cafeteria Substitute - Effective Sep- tember 9, 2015; Catrice Jones - Adminis- trative Assistant - Effective September 1, 2015; Latonya Parker Cosby- Cafeteria Worker - Effec- tive August 6, 2015. On motion by Linda Boyd, seconded by Billy Spiller, and carried by unanimous vote, the recommendations of employment for the 2015- 2016 school year were ap- proved. On the recommendation of Barnetter Hollins, Assis- tant Transportation Direc- tor, Superintendent Scott recommended the following individuals for employment: Patricia Bloomer - Sub- stitute Bus Driver; Shawanna Jackson - Substitute Bus Driver. On motion by Billy Spill- er, seconded by Fannie Bateaste, and carried by unanimous vote, the recom- mendations of employment for the 2015-2016 school year were approved. On the recommendation of Regina Harris, Principal of Wilkinson County El- ementary School, Superin- tendent Scott recommended the following individuals for employment for the 2015- 2016 school year: Belinda Dalcourt - Teacher - Effective August 24, 2015; Deborah Morgan - Teach- er - Effective August 19, 2015. On motion by Linda Boyd, seconded by Fannie Bateaste, and carried by unanimous vote, the recom- mendations of employment for the 2015-2016 school year were approved. On the recommendation of Ougrett Brumfield, Prin- cipal of Wilkinson County High School, Superinten- dent Scott recommended the following individuals for employment for the 2015- 2016 school year: Jessica Minor - Teacher - Effective September 9, 2015; Jelendrick Turner - Al- ternative Assistant - Effec- tive August 24, 2015; Latasha Williams - JMG Instructor - Effective Au- gust 17, 2015. On motion by Billy Spill- er, seconded by Fannie Bateaste, and carried by unanimous vote, the recom- mendations of employment for the 2015-2016 school year were approved. On the recommendation of Melvin Craige, Principal of William Winans Middle School, Superintendent Scott recommended the fol- lowing individuals for em- ployment for the 2015-2016 school year: Brittany Duncan - In- School Suspension Assis- tant - Effective August 18, 2015; Robert Johnson - Custo- dian - Part-Time - Effec- tive September 2, 2015. On motion by Billy Spill- er, seconded by Fannie Bateaste, and carried by unanimous vote, the recom- mendations of employment for the 2015-2016 school year were approved. Superintendent Scott recommended the following individuals for employment as substitute teachers for the 2015-2016 school year, retroactive to August:zi:IO, 2015: ......... ~-:: Anch~ea Bateaste; ~ Kristie Mitchell. On motion by Billy Spill- er, seconded by Fannie Bateaste, and carried by unanimous vote, the recom- mendations of employment for the 2015-2016 school year were approved. On motion by Linda Boyd, seconded by Johnny Smallwood, and carried by unanimous vote, the board granted a 3% salary in- crease to all non-certified employees, retroactive to July 1, 2015. On motion by Billy Spill- er, seconded by Fannie Bateaste, and carried by unanimous vote, the Board voted to go in executive ses- sion to discuss personnel matters. On motion by Linda Boyd, seconded by Fannie Bateaste, and carried by unanimous vote, the Board voted to come out of execu- tive session. On motion by Linda Boyd, seconded by Billy Spiller, and carried by unanimous vote, the Board approved the following medical leave requests: Woodrow Price -Extend- ed to August 27, 2015, pend- ing outcome of surgery; Ceritha Veal - Effective September 9, 2015 until Oc- tober 9, 2015; Alpha Young - Effective August 12, 2015 until Sep- tember 14, 2015. On motion by Linda Boyd, seconded by Fannie Bateaste, and carried by unanimous vote, the meet- ing recessed until Septem- ber 25, 2015, at 10:00 a.m. Charlie Floyd, President Wilkinson County Board of Education Billy Spiller Secretary Wilkinson County Board of Education Timothy T. Scott Superintendent Wilkinson County 11/19/15 Mini The STATE OF MISSISSIPPI TOWN OF WOODVILLE ORDER WHERFAS, the Board of Aldermen and the Mayor of the Town of Woodx~_lle met in their Regular Meeting at 5:00 o'd~k RM., Tuesday, October 6, 2015, which meeting was held at the Municipal Building at 131 Courthouse Street, Woodx~lle, Mississippi 39669; and, WHEREAS, there were present at said meeting Mayor Gary D'Aquilla, Alderman Gene Lofmn, Alderman Russell Fry, Alderman Earl Dean An- thony and Alderman William Carter, and, DERED, on motion of Alder- 2015. Donald Carter for Street Dept., WHEREAS, said meeting man LoRon, seconded byAlder- WHEREAS, each of the de- Sammy Cotton for Cemetery was opened with prayer; and, man Anthony and approved partment heads of the Town , Nolan Thompson for Ulflity WHEREAS, the minutes of unanimously, that the minutes of Woedville presented oral re- Dept,, and Mary Frederick for t the September 1, 2015 Regu- ofthe September l, 2015 Regu- porte to the Mayor and Board of Fire~ent, andJimDcr- I ' lar Meeting and September 23, 2015, Special Meegng were presented for approval; and, 1T IS THEREFORE OR- lar Meeting and September 23, Aldermen, namely ChiefStew- 2015, Special Meeting be ap- artfertheWoodvillePoliceDe- proved, partment, BD~mt Longs on be- SO ORDERED, Oc~ber 6, half of the Water Deparmaent~ bes for Hist~c Preservalion/ Phnn Committee. (Continued on Page 9) /