School Board approved administrators for ‘13,‘14

From Staff Reports

Webster County School District administrators and department heads
have been approved for the 2013-14 school year.

They were approved March 4 upon the recommendation of Superintendent
of Education Jack Treloar, according to the minutes of that meeting

They administrators and department heads approved were Bill Brand,
East Webster High School principal; Phil Ferguson, Career and
Technology director; Laci Knight, Eupora High School principal; Jim
Ray, East Webster Elementary School principal; Trey Rolison, Eupora
Elementary School principal; Michael Adkins, Alternative School
administrator/district test coordinator; Clint Hester, technology
coordinator; Kim Jones, maintenance director; James Mason, Federal
Programs director; Wanda Porter, Special Education director; Amy
Rollins, Food Services director; and Heidi Young, business manager.

In other business, the board accepted separate bids from Telepak for
wide-area network data circuits and Internet service. Telepak’s bid
of $5,400 a month for a five-year contract was the lower of two
received for WAN service and its bid of $1,000 a month for 100
megabits was the only one received for Internet service.

The board accepted a bid from Billy Tabb for $23.01 an acre, which
was the only bid received, for an agricultural lease on 16th Section
land.

Junior Graham, Eupora High School athletic director, introduced Drew
Gray as the Webster County Board of Education Student of the Month
for March on behalf of Knight.

Consent Agenda
These items were approved as a part of the Consent Agenda:
• approved fundraisers for the EWHS bowling team and tennis team.
• granted permission to advertise to take bids for county depository
for 2013-14, and on 16th Section hunting and fishing leases.
• approved a request from Ferguson to convert the Early Childhood
Education class to Health Science at the Career and Technology
Center. The change will take effect next school year.
• approved a request from Ferguson to allow the Webster County
Sheriff’s Department to use a classroom at the CTC to teach a night
class for the purpose of training detention offices for the sheriff’s
office.
• approved manual checks to Rowlen Electric (amount not listed) for
labor on the EWHS field house and to Jim McMinn ($4,165) for
overseeing Qualified School Construction Bonds building projects and
construction projects.
• accepted an $8,849 donation to the EHS softball programs from the
Lady Eagles Softball Booster Club.
• approved resolutions congratulating East Webster High’s 2012-13
varsity cheerleader squad
and bowling team for winning their respective 2012-13 state 2A
championships.