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Summers County Board of Education

June 27, 2002 regular meeting and July 1, 2002 statutory meeting

June 27, 2002 10:30 a.m. meeting

1. Roll Call

The Summers County Board of Education met in a regular meeting at 10:30 a.m. on June 27, 2002 with Ms Sue Angell presiding and the following board members present: Mr. David Ballard, Mr. Gene Davis and Mr. James Withrow. Mr. Cletis Pack was absent.

Other staff members present: Mr. Charles Rodes; Superintendent; Mrs. Vicki Hinerman, Director of Student Services; Mr. Joe Kessler, Business Manager; Dr. Sarah Brown, Curriculum Director, Mr. Richard Lawrence, Purchasing Director; and Mr. James Gore, Transportation Director.

 

2. Invocation/Pledge of Allegiance

The invocation was given by Mr. Lawrence and followed by the "Pledge of Allegiance".

3. Approval of Agenda

Mr. Davis made a motion to approve the agenda provided that the request, by Mr. Stuart Oxley to appear before the board, be added to agenda item 5a. The motion was seconded by Mr. Ballard and passed unanimously.

4. Approval of Minutes

Upon a motion by Mr. Davis, seconded by Mr. Ballard and by a unanimous vote, the minutes of the regular meeting held on June 13, 2002, were approved, as presented.

5. Personnel

A.

Mr. Stuart Oxley appeared before the board to request reimbursement for attorney fees.

No action taken.

6. Approve Employment of Professional Personnel

Mr. Ballard made a motion to go into executive session pursuant to 6-9A-4 (2). The motion was seconded by Mr. Davis and passed unanimously.

Upon returning to the public session, Mr. Davis made a motion to approve employment of the following professional personnel. Mr. Withrow seconded the motion and by a 4-0 vote, the following professional personnel were approved for employment, as recommended by the superintendent:

< 1 Special Education Specialist, MI/LD/BD, Itinerant, beginning August 21, 2002,

200 days, Karen Eagle

< WIA Youth Director, June 8, 2002 thru June 30, 2002, 30 maximum hours, 18.00 per hour, Kit Durnan

< Chemistry/Math teacher at Summers County High School, beginning August 21, 2002,

200 days, Benu Nanda, pending certification

7. Approve Extra-Curricular Assignments

Upon a motion by Mr. Ballard, seconded by Mr. Davis and by a unanimous vote, the following professional personnel were approved for extra-curricular assignments, as recommended by the superintendent:

< Special Education, July 1—August 20, 2002, @ $ 65.00 per hour, not to exceed 42 hours, Nancy Durnan

< Special Education, July 1—August 20, 2002, @ $ 65.00 per hour, not to exceed 6 hours, Julia Ann Lipscomb

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8. Approve Employment of Service Personnel

Upon a motion by Mr. Davis, seconded by Mr. Ballard and by a unanimous vote, the following service personnel were approved for employment, as recommended by the superintendent:

< (2) Full-time bus monitor/classroom aide at Summers Middle School, beginning August 21, 2002, 200 days, Rebecca Anderson and Bonnie Richmond

9. Approval of Professional Personnel Staff Development Policy

Upon a motion by Mr. Withrow, seconded by Mr. Ballard and by a unanimous vote, the Professional Personnel Staff Development Policy was approved, as presented, as recommended by the superintendent.

10. Approval of Service Personnel Staff Development Policy

Upon a motion by Mr. Davis, seconded by Mr. Ballard and by a unanimous vote, the Service Personnel Staff Development Policy was approved, as presented, as recommended by the superintendent.

11. Approval of Summers County Professional and Service Personnel

Staff Development Plan for 2002-2003 School Term

Upon a motion by Mr. Ballard, seconded by Mr. Withrow and by a unanimous vote, the Staff Development Plan for Professional and Service Personnel for the 2002-2003 school term, was approved, as presented, as recommended by the superintendent.

12. Approve Drug Free School Grant

Upon a motion by Mr. Ballard, seconded by Mr. Davis and by a unanimous vote, the Drug Free School grant was approved, as presented, as recommended by the superintendent.

13. Approval of Businesses for 2002-2003 Work Based Learning

Upon a motion by Mr. Davis, seconded by Mr. Ballard and Mr. Withrow and by a unanimous vote, the following businesses were approved for the 2002-2003 Work-Based Learning program, as recommended by the superintendent:

Advanced Auto

1st Century Bank

New River Animal Hospital

Summers County High School

Army Corp of Engineers

Fisher Parts

Pence Springs Hotel

Summers County Library

Beckley Dance Theatre

Fox Photographics

Pipestem State Park

Summers County

Probation Office

Bank of Greenville

Hinton Area Elementary

Pizza Hut

Summers Middle School

Big Four Drug Store

Hinton News

REACHH

Family Resource Center

Talcott Elementary

Bluefield State College

Honaker Lumber

R. T. Rogers Oil Company

U. S. Post Office

Bluestone State Park

Humpty Dumpty

Day Care

Rite Aid Pharmacy

Wellness Center

Briers Furniture

Jarrells Exxon

Riviera Stone

WV Department of Highways

Carl Amick’s Farm

Jones Realty

Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors

WV Division of Forestry

Chamber of Commerce

Jumping Branch Elementary

Summers County Continuous Care Center

WV Extension

City National Bank

Kroger Company

Summers County ARH

WV State Police, Hinton Detachment

Concord College

Long John Silvers

Summers County Court House-Assessor’s Office

Yesterday’s Best

Classic

Upward Bound

Lowell Market

Summers County Court House-Clerk’s Office

Ziegler & Gunnoe Law Office

City of Hinton

Mantech

Summers County Court House-Sheriff’s Department

Dairy Queen

Massie Insurance

Summers County EMS

Department of Human Services

Mountaineer Sanitation

Summers County Health Department

Don Array Shop

Riverside Floral

Safe & Sound Security

Hinton Floral

65 TOTAL

14. Approval of Title I Project

Upon a motion by Mr. Ballard, seconded by Mr. Davis and by a unanimous vote, the Title I Project application was approved, as presented, as recommended by the superintendent.

15. Approval of 2002-2003 Special Education Budget to be Placed on Review

Upon a motion by Mr. Withrow, seconded by Mr. Ballard and by a unanimous vote, the 2002-2003 Annual Local Education Agency Application (total $ 366,487.25) for State and Federal Entitlement Funds for the Education of Students with Exceptionalities was approved to be placed on review, as recommended by the superintendent.

16. Accept Bid of Shop Truck for Transportation

The item was tabled until next regular scheduled meeting.

17. Approval of Students Attending Out-of-County Schools

Upon a motion by Mr. Davis, seconded by Mr. Ballard and by a unanimous vote, pursuant to HB 4428 § 18-5-16, the board approved the release of 65 Summers County residents listed below who attend Fayette, Greenbrier, Raleigh, Mercer, and Monroe County Schools, as recommended by the superintendent.

< Fayette County

Name Grade

Acord, Thomas 2

Bolen, David 3

Bowles, Justin 7

Bowles, Jason 7

Bowles, Justin 8

Bowles, Codi 9

Bowles, Eric 11

Brown, Cora 7

Brown, Sandra 9

Buzzard, Crystal 9

Cline, Megan 9

Coughlin, Jessica 1

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Counts, Sasha 6

Davis, Nathan 1

Davis, Tyler 3

Day, Patrick 4

England, Matt 11

Ennie, Kelly 6

Fleshman, Thomas 8

Fox, Kortney 3

Frias, Miguel 8

Frias, Genaro 11

Gillespie, Johnathan 2

Gillespie, Michael 6

Groves, Derek 2

Gunter, Kevin 12

Gwinn, Kyra 1

Gwinn, Lorrie 3

Gwinn, Bryan 4

Gwinn, Adam 4

Gwinn, Davis 5

Gwinn, Sky 10

Harless, Candace 2

Harless, Matthew 2

Harless, Travis 5

Holt, Martha 12

Jodi Whitt 12

Johnson, Zachary 8

Judy, Christopher K

Killen, Kyle 1

Killen, Tyler 6

Killen, Brandon 10

Killen, Tara 11

Killen, Tonya 11

Lyday, Jessica 4

Martin, Sheldon 1

Martin, Krista 5

Martin, Garry 6

Martin, January 10

Meadows, Monica 11

Miller, Cecily 10

Modley, Taylor 5

Perry, Joseph 3

Perry, Samantha 4

Perry, Patricia 10

Poticher, Chris 10

Redden, Alexander 3

Redden, Regie 6

Redden, Sherlottie 11

Redden, Russell 12

Reed, Ashley 9

Reed, JoAnn 9

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Reid, Kaila 7

Richmond, Dustin 2

Richmond, Courtney 3

Richmond, Taylor 3

Richmond, Rose 7

Richmond, Travis 8

Robinson, Summer K

Saunders, Thomas 1

Saunders, Curtis 2

Saunders, Amanda 5

Saunders, Kristen 8

Shaffer, Justin 8

Shaffer, Jeremy 12

Shawver, Michael 12

Shutts, Grady 5

Shutts, Kristin 7

Sparks, Korey 6

Surbaugh, Roger 1

Surbaugh, Denea 3

Surbaugh, Wayne 12

Trail, Joshua 4

Trail, Craig 7

Vandall, Tyler 3

Vandall, Kristie 6

Vandall, Sarah 10

Walker, Marty 10

Wyandt, Wesley 8

89 TOTAL

< Greenbrier County

Name Grade

Allen, Zachary 2

Durett, Ashley 1

Freeman, Andrea 6

Hammonds, Alexis 1

Mounts, Austin K

Overholtzer, Montie

Riddell, Makayla K

Riddell, Shawn 2

Riddell, Michael 6

Smith, Jonathan 1

10 TOTAL

< Raleigh County

Name Grade

Barnes, Jacob 8

Bryant, Tina 12

Osborne, Emily 6

Osborne, Lauren 12

Schrader, Robyn 4

Schrader, Rebecca 4

Pack, Jessica 5

7 TOTAL

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< Mercer County

Name Grade

Begil, Justin 12

1 TOTAL

< Monroe County

Name Grade

                                Bridges, Kayal 8

Mitchell, Brandon 11

Rand, Jennifer 10

3 TOTAL

18. Informational Item

None.

19. Approval of Bills

Upon a motion by Mr. Davis, seconded by Mr. Withrow and by a unanimous vote, the following bills were approved for payment, as recommended by the superintendent:

< Bills Listed 6/17/02: Flowers Baking of WV 950.54; Orkin Exterm 200.00; Valley Rich Dairy 9,495.19; WV Dept of Agriculture 2,636.77 GRAND TOTAL: $ 13,282.50

< Bills Listed 6/18/02: Child Support Enforcement 566.93; Helen M Morris 84.50; Public Employees Insurance 50,625.22; WV Defined Contribution 4,476.20

GRAND TOTAL: 55,752.85

< Bills Listed 6/19/02: Alicia Meador 45.00; Amanda Smith 56.25; Carnival Book Club 76.35; Carson-Dellosa Pub Co 15.94; Early Childhood Direct 588.87; Educators Outlet Inc 34.49; Follett Library Bk Co 166.22; Highland Insurance 382.00; Kroger 662.50; Kurtz Bros 1,809.79; Library Video Co 76.20; PCI Educational Publish 86.98; Paperbacks for Educators 93.96; Plank Road Publishing Inc 102.25; Quill Corp. 793.00; REACHH 69.66; Reliable Office Supply 178.95; Scholastic Inc 141.70; Science Kit 493.65; Studies Weekly Inc 185.20; Super Duper School Company 398.65; Teachers Video Company 229.50; Thinking Publications 47.00

GRAND TOTAL: $ 6,734.11

< Bills Listed 6/24/02:Alpha Music Inc 938.48; American Office Systems 84.70; Applied Educational Systems 84.70; Applied Educational Systems 189.82; Bill Elmore Enterprises 160.00; Bluestone Tire & Muffler 82.70; Brumfield & Associates 227.75; Carolina Biological Supply Co 592.53; Childcraft 3,675.31; Copy Mart 264.00; D & M Recycling Inc 25.08; Decker Equipment 23.53; Early Childhood Direct 71.23; Educational Resources 107.95; ETA/Cuienaire 123.81; Global Computer Supplies 579.88; Greenbrier Audiology 1,400.00; Hinton Hardware 44.75; J W Pepper 501.45; Kristie Scott 670.00; Kurtz Bros 1,212.30; Lakeshore Cur. Mat.Co. 1,479.60; Library Video Co 63.30; Longs Electronics 525.24; Maxi Aids 90.55; Momar 257.54;National School Products 269.77; Oreck 102.55; Palos Sports 537.26; Paperbacks for Educators 107.58; Quill Corp. 595.47; REACHH 373.18; RESA Region I 3,400.00; Rhymes N Times 281.94; Royal Centuran Inc 180.00; S & S Arts & Crafts 292.85; Savin Corporation 1,479.60; Sax 106.97; Scholastic Inc 65.40; School Specialty 239.57; Schoolmart 857.50; Social Studies School Serv. 40.21; Steck Vaughn 130.58; Stephen D Jones 64.20; Summers County Wellness Center 50.00; Sundance Publ & Distributors 97.74; Teacher’s Discovery 62.10; Teachers Video Company 67.08; Verizon 1,322.50; Viking Office Products 197.73; W VA Glass 342.29

GRAND TOTAL: $ 24,655.57

 

 

 

 

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< Bills Listed 6/26/02: Allegheny Power 17,341.83; Allegheny Power 3,348.37; American Office Systems 330.40; AT&T 98.00; Big Bend PSD 114.65; Cathy Richmond 233.58; Cletis A Pack 184.70; David Ballard 195.97; Dyna Systems 107.69; Education Week 79.94; Hinton Sanitary Board 1,347.50; Interstate Music Supply 30.24; Janpack 279.20; Jo Ann Miller 135.55; Jostens 21.24; Kerr Music World 2,078.00; Kitrick Durnan 51.00; Kurtz Bros 2,814.64; Nasco 1,425.94; Pocket Nurse 139.99; Quill Corp. 314.23; Richard Lawrence 314.06; Rose Mary Irwin 286.35; Sax 1,927.24; Social Studies School Serv. 22.82; South Western Pub 661.33; Teachers Video Company 551.00 ;Vicki Hinerman 346.49; Viking Office Products 578.62; W J Humphreys 190.90; WV American Water Company 116.69 GRAND TOTAL: 35,668.16

20. Transfers and Supplements

Upon a motion by Mr. Withrow, seconded by Mr. Davis and by a unanimous vote, the Transfer of $ 182,118.09 and the Supplements of $ 50,137.34 and $ 1,700.00 were approved, as recommended by the superintendent.

21. Administration of Superintendent’s Oath of Office

The following "Superintendent’s Oath of Office" was administered to Mrs. Vicki S. Hinerman by Ms Sue Angell, presiding president:

I do solemnly swear that I will support the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of West Virginia, and that I will faithfully discharge the duties of the office of SUPERINTENDENT OF THE SUMMERS COUNTY SCHOOLS to the best of my skill and judgment, SO HELP ME GOD.

22. Remarks

< Board Members

< Business Manager

< Superintendent

23. Adjournment

Upon a motion by Mr.Withrow, seconded by Mr. Davis and by a unanimous vote, the meeting was adjourned.

Summers County Board of Education

Statutory Meeting

July 1, 2002 6:30 p.m.

1. Roll Call

The Summers County Board of Education met in a statutory meeting at 6:30 p.m. on July 1, 2002, in the board conference room with Mrs. Vicki Hinerman, Superintendent, presiding the following board members present: Ms Sue Angell, Mr. David Ballard, Mr. William Humphreys, Mr. Cletis Pack, and Mr. James Withrow.

Other staff members present were: Mr. Stephen Jones, Director of Student Services; Mrs. Frances Crook, Business Manager; Dr. Sarah Brown, Curriculum Director, and Mr. James Gore, Transportation Director.

2. Invocation/Pledge of Allegiance

The invocation was given by Mr. James Gore and was followed by the "Pledge of Allegiance".

3. Administering Oath of Office to Board Members

Mrs. Vicki Hinerman, Superintendent administered the following oath of office to board members, Ms Sue Angell, Mr. David Ballard, Mr. William Humphreys, and Mr.Cletis Pack:

"I do solemnly swear that I will support the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of West Virginia, and that I will faithfully discharge the duties of the office of MEMBERS OF THE SUMMERS COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION to the best of my skill and judgment, SO HELP ME GOD."

4. Approval of Agenda

Upon a motion by Mr. Ballard, seconded by Mr. Pack and by a unanimous vote, the board approved the agenda.

5. Organization of Board and Election of President and Vice-President

Upon a motion by Mr. Ballard, seconded by Ms Angell and by a unanimous vote, Mr. Cletis Pack was elected board President.

Upon a motion by Mr. Ballard, seconded by Mr. Withrow and by a unanimous vote, Ms Sue Angell was elected vice-president.

6. Appointment of Representative to RESA

Upon a motion by Ms Angell, seconded by Mr. Withrow and by a unanimous vote, Mr. David Ballard was appointed to serve as the RESA representative.

7 Appointment of Representative to Committee of 55

Upon a motion by Mr. Ballard, seconded by Ms Angell and by a unanimous vote, Mr. William Humphreys was appointed to serve as the Representative to Committee of 55.

8 Appointment of Representative to WV Extension

Upon a motion by Mr. Humphreys, seconded by Ms Angell and by a unanimous vote, Mr. James Withrow was appointed to serve as the representative to the WV Extension agency.

9. Adjournment

Upon a motion by Ms Angell, seconded by Mr. Humphreys and by a unanimous vote, the meeting was adjourned.

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