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FSCC Meets Nov. 16 Via Zoom

Hedges Building, Fort Scott Community College.

The Board of Trustees of Fort Scott Community College will meet in regular session on Monday, November 16, 2020. The meeting will be held via Zoom from Fort Scott Community College.

5:00 p.m. Regular board meeting at 5:30 p.m. via Zoom link
THE AGENDA
5:00 DINNER
5:30 ROLL CALL, pg. 3
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
CALL TO ORDER, 4
A. Comments from the Chair, 4
CONSENT AGENDA, 5
A. Approval of Agenda, 5
B. Approval of Minutes of previous Regular Board Meeting conducted on October 19, 2020, 6
C. Approval of Treasurer’s Report, Bills, and Claims, 8
D. Approval of Personnel Actions, 5
ACTION/DISCUSSION ITEMS, 48
A. Consideration of Board Representation to Bourbon County Economic Development Council, 48
ITEMS FOR REVIEW, 49
REPORTS, 51
A. Administrative Updates, 52
EXECUTIVE SESSION, 69
ADJOURNMENT, 70

UPCOMING CALENDAR DATES:
• November 16, 2020: Board Meeting
• November 19-24, 2020: Finals
• November 21, 2020: Graduation
• November 25 – 27, 2020: Thanksgiving Break – Campus Closed
• December 14, 2020: Board Meeting
• December 16, 2020 – January 4, 2021: Winter Break – Campus Closed
• January 11, 2021: Spring Semester Begins
• January 18, 2021: Martin Luther King Jr. Day – Campus Closed
• January 25, 2021: Board Meeting
• February 15, 2021: Board Meeting
• March 22, 2021: Board Meeting
• March 26, 2021: Aggie Day
• April 1 – 2, 2021: Good Friday – Campus Closed
• April 19, 2021: Board Meeting
• May 1, 2021: Graduation
• May 17, 2021: Board Meeting
• June 21, 2021: Board Meeting
Sincerely,
John Bartelsmeyer, Chair
Alysia Johnston, President

FSCC’s vision for the future is to support “Students First, Community Always” through a central focus on teaching and learning; advancing strong, innovative programs and
departments; maximizing and leveraging opportunities; initiating efficient and effective processes; and developing the region’s workforce.
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ROLL CALL
_____ John Bartelsmeyer
_____ Jim Fewins
_____ Dave Elliott
_____ Kirk Hart
_____ Bill Meyer
_____ Robert Nelson
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CALL TO ORDER
A. COMMENTS FROM THE CHAIR
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CONSENT AGENDA
A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA
B. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS
1) Attached are the minutes of the Regular Board Meeting conducted on October 19, 2020.
C. APPROVAL OF TREASURER’S REPORT, BILLS and CLAIMS
Attached are the Treasurer’s Report and the Bills and Claims Report.

D. APPROVAL OF PERSONNEL ACTIONS
1) Additions
a) Denissa Rivas de Munguia, Vocal and Instrumental Music Instructor, effective January 5, 2021
2) Transfers
a) Ashley Keylon, from Advisor to Director of Advising/Retention, effective October 19, 2020

3) Separations
a) Miriam Davis, TRIO Database Manager, effective November 30, 2020

RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended that the Consent Agenda items be approved as presented.
BOARD ACTION: MOTION _____ SECOND _____ VOTE _____
DISCUSSION:
VOTE: Bartelsmeyer Elliott Fewins
Hart Meyer Nelson
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FSCC Trustees Minutes of Oct. 19

FORT SCOTT COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Minutes of the Board of Trustees Training October 19, 2020

PRESENT: John Bartelsmeyer, Jim Fewins, Dave Elliott, Kirk Hart, Bill Meyer, and Robert Nelson

ALSO PRESENT: Alysia Johnston, President, Juley McDaniel, Board Clerk, faculty, staff, students, and community members.

Chairman Bartelsmeyer called the meeting to order at 5:30 pm. The meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance.

COMMENTS FROM THE CHAIR: Chairman Bartelsmeyer thanked all who are working so diligently to minimize the COVID risk and spread on campus and in the community.

COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC:

Abby Humble spoke to the Board about concerns regarding how her President’s Ambassadors scholarship was applied to her student account.

Josie Allen spoke to the Board about concerns regarding how her Academic Excellence scholarship was applied to her student account.

Jorden Willard spoke to the Board about concerns regarding how scholarship funds were applied to her student account.

CONSENT AGENDA: A motion was made by Fewins, seconded by Elliott, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the consent agenda.

ACTION/DISCUSSION ITEMS:
A. A motion was made by Nelson, seconded by Hart, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the purchase of TRIO student laptops from Lenovo laptops for $18,800.

ITEMS FOR REVIEW:
The Board reviewed letters of appreciation/correspondence.

EXECUTIVE SESSION: A motion was made by Nelson, seconded by Meyer, and carried by unanimous vote to adjourn to executive session at 6:00 pm for 45 minutes to discuss matters relating to actions adversely or favorably affecting a person as a student, patient, or resident of a public institution, except that any such person shall have the right to a public hearing if requested by the person. At 6:45 pm, a motion was made by Meyer, seconded by Fewins, and carried by unanimous vote to return to regular session.

Chairman Bartelsmeyer read the following statement as
prepared by the Board:

Fort Scott Community College prides itself on meeting student and community needs. We certainly appreciate and respect the ability of students to assume responsibility for items impacting their education. It shows great courage to take the initiative and advocate for what students feel is right. It also presents a learning opportunity for FSCC and the student(s), which is central to the mission of Fort Scott Community College.

As we continue to strive for quality improvement, we are always willing to learn from our mistakes. It is refreshing for students to be an integral part of their education and paving the path for future students at FSCC. The Board of Trustees determined that FSCC needs to more clearly and concisely communicate to students receiving the Academic Excellence Scholarship (or other applicable scholarship) which only covers the remaining balance after
outside scholarships and the Federal PELL grant has been applied to the student account.

The following statement will be added to the scholarship section on the fortscott.edu website:
• This scholarship will pay the remaining balance of tuition and books up to the number of credit hours
on your given scholarship. External scholarships and federal financial aid are applied prior to activity or
institutional scholarships. Institutional scholarships typically do not exceed overall cost of attendance.
In addition, the Scholarship Agreement form will be modified to include:
• **External scholarships and federal financial aid are applied prior to activity or
institutional scholarships. Scholarships typically do not exceed overall cost of attendance.

After reviewing all documentation provided, the board believes that in this situation, students received conflicting communication regarding how institutional scholarships were applied. Due to the discrepancies and lack of timeliness in the email communication with students, the college will adjust the award and apply full credit based on the student’s scholarship.

FSCC believes in responsible stewardship of local taxpayer dollars, maintaining our vision of “Students first, community always,” and the mission of an affordable education to all students. FSCC has always and continues to apply external and endowment scholarships to student accounts prior to any other forms of student aid. The
adjustment of applying federal Pell monies prior to institutional scholarships was changed to ensure keeping the local mill levy as low as possible, while state and federal funding continues to decline. We appreciate all the support we receive from our students, community, employees, and all stakeholders.

REPORTS:
A. ADMINISTRATIVE UPDATES: The Board reviewed and heard reports from Miami County Campus, Gordon Parks Center, Student Services, Student Affairs and Athletics, Instruction, Finance and Operations, Development, and the President.

ADJOURNMENT: There being no further business to come before the Trustees, a motion to adjourn was made at
7:07 p.m. by Meyer, seconded by Fewins, and carried by unanimous vote.

FSCC Nursing Program Seeks Community Input

Jordan Howard. Submitted photo.
Wednesday, October 21, the Fort Scott Community College Nursing Program will have its accreditation visit with the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing.
“Accreditation in nursing education is voluntary, but we remain accredited to ensure quality education in nursing,” Jordan Howard, the FSCC Director of Nursing, said. “This is verified by the peer-reviewed process that happens every eight years.  We maintain our accreditation so agencies that hire our graduates know they have employed a student that graduated from a program that has consistently graduated competent nurses.  In addition, we continue to be accredited for our students, as they are able to further their education if they so choose.  Being accredited shows a higher level of nursing education, that we are an institution of quality education.”
“During this (accreditation) time they want to visit with community members,” he said. ” I am trying to reach as many community members as we can. I have written a write up on our nursing Facebook page.”
“We’re looking for anyone that wants to join(the meeting),” Howard said. “The site team will ask them questions about our program them will allow them to give their concern if they have any.”
“They will ask several questions and give the opportunity to have your voice heard,” Howard said.
The meeting is Wednesday, October 21 at 2:40 p.m.
“You can remote in from home or call in from your phone,” Howard said.  “We will also have rooms available in Fort Scott at 810 Burke Street. If you decide to come to our campus please enter the northeast door and bring a mask if you have one. For additional information on ACEN, you can visit acenursing.org. Below is the information you will need to attend this meeting.”
ROOM LINK:
MEETING ROOM 35- JS at 810 Burke Street
Access Information for the Program:
Dial-in Information:
United States (Toll Free): 1 866 899 4679
United States: +1 (571) 317-3116
Access Code: 551-390-933

About the Nursing Program

The Fort Scott Community College Nursing Department offers students an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Nursing for students who have completed prerequisite courses and four semesters of nursing courses, according to information on the school’s webpage. Graduates are eligible to take the national licensing exam for registered nurses (NCLEX-RN) and to apply for state licensure as a registered nurse. Our program prepares students for beginning staff nursing positions and delivering nursing care to individuals and groups as members of a healthcare team to promote health and wellness.

 

FSCC’s Nursing Department participates in the Kansas Academic Progression Model, which allows LPNs who hold a Kansas license to continue their studies at FSCC to obtain an associate’s degree in nursing. FSCC nursing graduates can continue their studies at any of the state’s 12 colleges and universities to obtain a bachelor’s degree in nursing.

 

The FSCC nursing program is approved by the Kansas State Board of Nursing and is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (ACEN). The nursing curriculum reflects the Kansas ADN Alignment project and is current with nursing theory and practice using Quality and Safety for Nursing Education (QSEN) as its framework.

 

Educational facilities include four lecture classrooms, a skills lab, human simulation lab, computer lab, IV skills lab, conference/library, and audio/visual viewing room. Students may also take advantage of the student commons area for study and informal gatherings.

FSCC main campus resources are available for all students. Clinical settings include healthcare agencies in Fort Scott, Paola, Girard, Osawatomie, and Pittsburg in Kansas and Nevada in Missouri. Instruction at the Miami County Campus is provided through Interactive Distance Learning (IDL) with the instructor present at the Burke Street Campus. All campus nursing lab experiences are provided at the Burke Street Campus.

FSCC Trustees Agenda For Oct. 19

October 19, 2020 Board of Trustees Meeting at
Fort Scott Community College, 2108 S. Horton
Fort Scott, KS 66701

The Board of Trustees of Fort Scott Community College will meet in regular session on Monday, October 19, 2020. The meeting will be held in the Cleaver-Boileau-Burris Agriculture Hall at
Fort Scott Community College.
5:00 p.m. Dinner in the Cleaver-Boileau-Burris Agriculture Hall at 5:00 p.m. followed by the
regular board meeting at 5:30 p.m.
THE AGENDA
5:00 DINNER
5:30 ROLL CALL, 3
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
CALL TO ORDER, 4
A. Comments from the Chair, 4
B. Open Comments from the Public
CONSENT AGENDA, 5
A. Approval of Agenda, 5
B. Approval of Minutes of previous Regular Board Meeting conducted on September 21,
2020, 6
C. Approval of Treasurer’s Report, Bills, and Claims, 9
D. Approval of Personnel Actions, 5
ACTION/DISCUSSION ITEMS, 51
A. Consideration of TRIO Laptop Bids, 51
ITEMS FOR REVIEW, 59
EXECUTIVE SESSION, 63
REPORTS, 64
A. Administrative Updates, 65
ADJOURNMENT, 76
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UPCOMING CALENDAR DATES:
• October 19, 2020: Board Meeting
• November 16, 2020: Board Meeting
• November 19-24, 2020: Finals
• November 21, 2020: Graduation
• November 25 – 27, 2020: Thanksgiving Break – Campus Closed
• December 14, 2020: Board Meeting
• December 16, 2020 – January 4, 2021: Winter Break – Campus Closed
• January 11, 2021: Spring Semester Begins
• January 18, 2021: Martin Luther King Jr. Day – Campus Closed
• January 25, 2021: Board Meeting
• February 15, 2021: Board Meeting
• March 22, 2021: Board Meeting
• March 26, 2021: Aggie Day
• April 1 – 2, 2021: Good Friday – Campus Closed
• April 19, 2021: Board Meeting
• May 1, 2021: Graduation
• May 17, 2021: Board Meeting
• June 21, 2021: Board Meeting
Sincerely,
John Bartelsmeyer, Chair
Alysia Johnston, President
FSCC’s vision for the future is to support “Students First, Community Always” through a central focus on teaching and learning; advancing strong, innovative programs and
departments; maximizing and leveraging opportunities; initiating efficient and effective processes; and developing the region’s workforce.
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ROLL CALL
_____ John Bartelsmeyer
_____ Jim Fewins
_____ Dave Elliott
_____ Kirk Hart
_____ Bill Meyer
_____ Robert Nelson
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CALL TO ORDER
A. COMMENTS FROM THE CHAIR
B. OPEN COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC
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CONSENT AGENDA
A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA
B. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS
1) Attached are the minutes of the Regular Board Meeting conducted on September 21,
2020.
C. APPROVAL OF TREASURER’S REPORT, BILLS and CLAIMS
Attached are the Treasurer’s Report and the Bills and Claims Report.
D. APPROVAL OF PERSONNEL ACTIONS
1) Additions
a) Caitlyn Wiswell, Arena Coordinator/Assistant Rodeo Coach, effective September 17, 2020
b) Trisha Hamm, Assistant Volleyball Coach, effective September 24, 2020
c) Clay Holloway, Part-time Security Officer, effective September 27, 2020
d) Joshua Elliott, Security Officer, effective September 29, 2020
e) Emilia Marroquin, Regional Recruiter, Iowa MEP, effective October 5, 2020
2) Separations
a) Alex Mason, Harley Davidson Instructor, effective November 24, 2020
RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended that the Consent Agenda items be approved as
presented.
BOARD ACTION: MOTION _____ SECOND _____ VOTE _____
DISCUSSION:
VOTE: Bartelsmeyer Elliott Fewins
Hart Meyer Nelson
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FORT SCOTT COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Minutes of the Board of Trustees Training
September 21, 2020
PRESENT: John Bartelsmeyer, Jim Fewins, Dave Elliott, Kirk Hart, Bill Meyer, and Robert Nelson
ALSO PRESENT: Alysia Johnston, President, Juley McDaniel, Board Clerk, faculty, staff, and community
members.
Chairman Bartelsmeyer called the meeting to order at 5:33 pm. The meeting was opened with the Pledge of
Allegiance.
COMMENTS FROM THE CHAIR: Chairman Bartelsmeyer read the following statement:
As your FSCC College Board of Trustees, we are committed to the College’s Core Values, which include providing
opportunities in a supportive, safe environment, and a focus on relationships and experiences that value students,
community, and employees while fostering an inclusive and diverse environment.
The actions of those who tried to intimidate FSCC students by driving through the residential area of campus with
lights, flashing lights, and honking horns at midnight, September 12, is NOT reflective of this community. It is the
unfortunate act of a very small group of people who do not understand the importance of diversity, equity, and
inclusion in the cultural and financial success of our college and community.
We are very fortunate at FSCC to have a supportive community. The success of FSCC is founded on the financial
and expressive support given to our students and the College by our community. The tax payers of Bourbon County
contribute approximately 3 million dollars in mill levied revenue to FSCC annually. We believe our success is the
community’s success, and with an approximately 14.5 million dollar budget, the college has a large economic
impact on the community and is a good return on the 3 million dollar investment of tax dollars.
We are working with local law enforcement to ensure individuals whose intent is to disrupt and incite fear in our
campus community will not be tolerated.
CONSENT AGENDA: A motion was made by Hart, seconded by Nelson, and carried by unanimous vote to
approve the consent agenda.
ACTION/DISCUSSION ITEMS:
A. A motion was made by Meyer, seconded by Fewins, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the nursing
simulator quote from Gaumard for $31,643.25.
B. A motion was made by Elliott, seconded by Fewins, and carried by unanimous vote to approve digital
marketing bid from Trajectory Consulting and Midwestern for $20,240.00.
C. A motion was made by Fewins, seconded by Nelson, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the
disposal of the SawStop table saw and make it available for purchase by St. Martin’s Academy.
D. A motion was made by Elliott, seconded by Hart, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the three
revised academic calendars for CTEC and Pittsburg Cosmetology, Miami County Campus, and the
remainder of FSCC campuses.
E. A motion was made by Fewins, seconded by Meyer, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the quote
from Logisoft for the Microsoft license renewal for $20,850.48.
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F. A motion was made by Elliott, seconded by Hart, and carried by unanimous vote to appoint President
Alysia Johnston to as FSCC’s delegate on the CTEC Board of Directors.
ITEMS FOR REVIEW:
The Board reviewed letters of appreciation/correspondence.
REPORTS:
A. ADMINISTRATIVE UPDATES: The Board reviewed and heard reports from Student Services, Student
Affairs and Athletics, Instruction, Finance and Operations, Development, and the President.
ADJOURNMENT: There being no further business to come before the Trustees, a motion to adjourn was made at
6:32 p.m. by Fewins, seconded by Nelson, and carried by unanimous vote.
Chairman Clerk
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Fort Scott Community College
Statement of Public Funds
August 2020 – period 2
Actual 2019/2020
Annual Two Month Current FY Last FY
Revenue Budget Budgeted $$ Percentage YTD YTD
11 – General 7 ,863,785 1,310,631 1,513,234 1 ,615,919
12 – Vocational / Technical 3 ,257,551 542,925 1,028,557 1 ,097,780
13 – Adult Education – – – –
17 – Trucking – – – –
61 – Capital Outlay – – – –
81 – Bookstore 377,291 62,882 16,454 247,496
82 – Student Union – – 5 7
83 – Dorms 1 ,249,569 208,262 187,488 240,253
84 – Food Service 784,165 130,694 70,957 130,077
13,532,361 2,255,394 16.67% 2,816,694 20.81% 3 ,331,532
Annual Two Month Current FY Last FY
Expenditures Budget Budgeted $$ Percentage YTD YTD
11 – General 7 ,150,049 1,191,675 1,690,522 1 ,570,925
12 – Vocational / Technical 3 ,635,949 605,992 390,939 357,713
13 – Adult Education 18,075 3 ,013 17,000 –
17 – Trucking – – – –
61 – Capital Outlay – – – –
81 – Bookstore 364,847 60,808 127,708 139,455
82 – Student Union – – – –
83 – Dorms 1 ,010,254 168,376 173,338 282,565
84 – Food Service 715,060 119,177 169,176 17,537
12,894,234 2,149,039 16.67% 2,568,683 19.92% 2 ,368,196
General Operating Revenue and Expense
Budget 2020/2021 Actual 2020/2021
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UMB Bank, Statement Period 09/02/2020 to 10/01/2020
Tran Date Supplier Amount Gl Accounts Type CC Code
9/5/2020 148 Braums Store 8.30 1155306020 Athletics Recruit Travel
9/6/2020 148 Braums Store 1 8.56 1155306020 Athletics Recruit Travel
148 Braums Store Total 2 6.86
9/21/2020 4imprint 220.89 1153506150 Student Srvcs Supplies
4imprint Total 220.89
9/19/2020 5guys 1575 Qsr 1 9.86 1212056011 Institutional Livestock-Meal
5guys 1575 Qsr Total 1 9.86
9/26/2020 Adobe *800-833-6687 3 2.81 7272407000 Bus. Office Print Ship Supplies
Adobe *800-833-6687 Total 3 2.81
9/19/2020 Adobe Acropro Subs 1 6.40 3737657020 Grants Supplies
Adobe Acropro Subs Total 1 6.40
9/27/2020 Adobe Creative Cloud 2 1.87 1155057000 Athletics Supplies-RECR Supplies
9/22/2020 Adobe Creative Cloud 5 8.16 3737856150 Grants cig supplies
9/27/2020 Adobe Creative Cloud 3 2.81 1163006820 President Subscription-Adobe design software
Adobe Creative Cloud Total 112.84
9/21/2020 Adobe Stock 2 9.99 1163006820 President Subscription-Adobe photo stock
Adobe Stock Total 2 9.99
9/3/2020 Amazon.Com*mu1pj98q1 9 4.89 3737176150 Grants office shelves
Amazon.Com*mu1pj98q1 Total 9 4.89
9/21/2020 American Royal Associatio 225.00 1212056011 Institutional Livestock-Contest Entry Fee
American Royal Associatio Total 225.00
9/15/2020 Amzn Mktp Us 8 4.39 3737856170 Grants Covid Bag Supplies
9/30/2020 Amzn Mktp Us 9.53 3737856150 Grants IDRC supplies
9/30/2020 Amzn Mktp Us 1,716.14 3737856150 Grants IDRC supplies
9/2/2020 Amzn Mktp Us 1 8.84 3737176150 Grants MEP office supplies
9/3/2020 Amzn Mktp Us 5 1.69 2828127010 Grants PASS addtl textbook
9/4/2020 Amzn Mktp Us 5 6.53 2828127010 Grants PASS addtl textbook
9/24/2020 Amzn Mktp Us 123.04 3739596150 Grants IA ppe supplies
9/26/2020 Amzn Mktp Us 1,040.50 3739596150 Grants IA ppe supplies
9/27/2020 Amzn Mktp Us 213.50 3739596150 Grants IA ppe staff supplies
Amzn Mktp Us Total 3,314.16
9/18/2020 Andaz W Hollywood Hyatt 1,019.68 3737576010 Grants ADOBE conf.prepa
9/18/2020 Andaz W Hollywood Hyatt 1,784.44 3737576010 Grants ADOBE conf.prepa
Andaz W Hollywood Hyatt Total 2,804.12
9/26/2020 Apple.Com/Us 429.00 1155258350 Athletics Maint Fields
9/26/2020 Apple.Com/Us 429.00 1155258350 Athletics Maint Fields
Apple.Com/Us Total 858.00
9/22/2020 Associated General Con 250.00 1210006260 Institutional Conferences/Development
Associated General Con Total 250.00
9/18/2020 Att 294.90 1171006310 Bus. Office Sep Fax campus
9/18/2020 Att 8 0.97 1212066310 Bus. Office Sep JD fax
9/18/2020 Att 279.18 1212166310 Bus. Office Sep fire alarm
9/18/2020 Att 8 2.63 1212166310 Bus. Office Sep Fax
9/18/2020 Att 4,818.29 1171006310 Bus. Office Sep Campus phone
9/18/2020 Att 382.22 1111296310 Bus. Office Sep – tele
Att Total 5,938.19
9/26/2020 Aunt Irenes Kitchen 6 8.04 1155506020 Athletics Recruiting Travel
Aunt Irenes Kitchen Total 6 8.04
9/9/2020 Best Western Crown Inn 1,166.20 3737806019 Grants NYRF JS reinterv.
Best Western Crown Inn Total 1,166.20
9/2/2020 Bestbuycom806292709919 1,178.99 3737806010 Grants KS supplies ipad
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UMB Bank, Statement Period 09/02/2020 to 10/01/2020
Tran Date Supplier Amount Gl Accounts Type CC Code
9/6/2020 Bestbuycom806292709919 (129.00) 3737576010 Grants credit ipad pencil
9/6/2020 Bestbuycom806292709919 ( 1,049.99) 3737576010 Grants credit Reimer ipad
9/7/2020 Bestbuycom806292709919 1,062.96 3737576010 Grants Reimer ipad
9/8/2020 Bestbuycom806292709919 129.00 3737576010 Grants Reimer ipad pencil
Total 1,191.96
9/20/2020 Bobbyds Merchant St Bbq 3 7.05 1155306020 Athletics Recruit Travel-Emporia
Bobbyds Merchant St Bbq Total 3 7.05
9/5/2020 Bosch Automotive Service 6 0.57 1212027020 Institutional 1212027020
Bosch Automotive Service Total 6 0.57
9/12/2020 Brother Mall 2 0.01 2525406150 Grants Printing Supplies
Brother Mall Total 2 0.01
9/7/2020 Burger King #12281 4 2.89 1155046010 Athletics travel
9/7/2020 Burger King #12281 7 8.42 1155066010 Athletics travel
Burger King #12281 Total 121.31
8/31/2020 Burger King #7455 1 8.22 1161006260 President Recruiting Travel-meal
Burger King #7455 Total 1 8.22
9/3/2020 Carolina Biologic Supply 6 8.60 1212027000 Institutional Supplies-Env Life Sci-s
Carolina Biologic Supply Total 6 8.60
9/18/2020 Caseys Gen Store 3331 7.65 1212066030 Institutional Travel-lunch
Caseys Gen Store 3331 Total 7.65
9/23/2020 Cengage Learning, Inc 3 2.25 1212157000 Institutional Supplies-CE
Cengage Learning, Inc Total 3 2.25
9/25/2020 Charleys Grilled Subs 398 2 6.85 1155506020 Athletics Recruiting Travel
Charleys Grilled Subs 398 Total 2 6.85
9/25/2020 Cheesecake Overland Park 4 1.69 1168006020 Endowment Endowment-Donor Development
9/25/2020 Cheesecake Overland Park 7 3.17 1168006020 Endowment Endowment-Donor Development
Total 114.86
9/12/2020 Chegg Order 2 7.34 8181008581 Bus. Office New Textbooks-English
9/13/2020 Chegg Order 314.47 8181008581 Bus. Office New Textbooks-Geo
9/19/2020 Chegg Order 224.16 8181008581 Bus. Office New Textbooks-Geo
Chegg Order Total 565.97
9/4/2020 Chick-Fil-A #01876 1 9.39 1155456020 Athletics Recruit Travel-coaches meal
Chick-Fil-A #01876 Total 1 9.39
9/26/2020 Chick-Fil-A #03514 7.75 1212056011 Institutional Livestock-Meal
Chick-Fil-A #03514 Total 7.75
9/17/2020 Chick-Fil-A #03721 1 2.24 1212066030 Institutional Travel-supper
Chick-Fil-A #03721 Total 1 2.24
9/25/2020 Chipotle 0015 4 5.39 1155256020 Athletics Recruitment Travel
9/26/2020 Chipotle 0015 8.73 1155256020 Athletics Recruitment Travel
Chipotle 0015 Total 5 4.12
9/18/2020 City Of Fort Scott Utilit 8 9.11 8383846320 Bus. Office Sep serv
9/18/2020 City Of Fort Scott Utilit 7 2.49 1212066320 Bus. Office Aug – serv
9/18/2020 City Of Fort Scott Utilit 4 6.12 1226036320 Bus. Office Aug serv
9/18/2020 City Of Fort Scott Utilit 8 3.13 1171006320 Bus. Office Aug Burke
9/18/2020 City Of Fort Scott Utilit 1,172.07 1171006320 Bus. Office Aug Ballfield
9/18/2020 City Of Fort Scott Utilit 889.35 117100.6320 Bus. Office Aug S of Bailey Hall
9/18/2020 City Of Fort Scott Utilit 585.71 1171006320 Bus. Office Aug Cafet S of Fountain
9/18/2020 City Of Fort Scott Utilit 1,423.45 1171006320 Bus. Office Aug NE corn of Admin Bldg
9/18/2020 City Of Fort Scott Utilit 4 0.16 1171006320 Bus. Office Aug Maint shop
9/18/2020 City Of Fort Scott Utilit 2,192.29 117100.6320 Bus. Office Aug W of W Dorm
9/18/2020 City Of Fort Scott Utilit 143.55 1171006320 Bus. Office Aug S of Ellis
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UMB Bank, Statement Period 09/02/2020 to 10/01/2020
Tran Date Supplier Amount Gl Accounts Type CC Code
City Of Fort Scott Utilit Total 6,737.43
9/7/2020 City Of Nevada 154.50 1155046030 Athletics Travel-split
9/7/2020 City Of Nevada 154.50 1155066030 Athletics Travel-split
City Of Nevada Total 309.00
9/10/2020 City Of Pittsburg 131.88 1212166320 Bus. Office July serv
City Of Pittsburg Total 131.88
9/30/2020 Classmarker.Com Plan 1 9.95 3737856150 Grants IRRC site supplies
Classmarker.Com Plan Total 1 9.95
9/24/2020 Coe 400.00 2727166260 Grants Conference/Development
9/29/2020 Coe 350.00 2727166260 Grants Conference/Development
9/23/2020 Coe 350.00 2727166260 Grants Conference
9/23/2020 Coe 400.00 2727166260 Grants Conference
Coe Total 1,500.00
9/18/2020 Comfort Inn & Suites Ks20 102.14 1212066030 Institutional Travel-hotel
Comfort Inn & Suites Ks20 Total 102.14
9/6/2020 Conoco – Akas 2 1 1.42 1155306020 Athletics Recruit Travel
Conoco – Akas 2 Total 1 1.42
9/27/2020 Conoco – Charlies Grocery 8.11 1155506020 Athletics Recruiting Travel
Conoco – Charlies Grocery Total 8.11
9/15/2020 Conoco – Hansi Corp Inc 2.78 1212056011 Institutional Livestock-Meal
Conoco – Hansi Corp Inc Total 2.78
9/10/2020 Craw-Kan Telephone 176.19 1242506310 Bus. Office Sep serv
9/10/2020 Craw-Kan Telephone 234.92 1212026310 Bus. Office Sep serv
9/10/2020 Craw-Kan Telephone 213.73 1212166310 Bus. Office Sep internet
9/10/2020 Craw-Kan Telephone 500.00 1155356310 Bus. Office Sep serv
9/10/2020 Craw-Kan Telephone 850.00 8383866310 Bus. Office Aug/Sep serv
9/10/2020 Craw-Kan Telephone 3,732.73 8383866310 Bus. Office Install WIFI
Craw-Kan Telephone Total 5,707.57
9/14/2020
Res (219.32) 1161006260 President Conf/Dev-Hotel
Res Total (219.32)
9/17/2020 Darks Landing 1 2.54 1212066030 Institutional Travel-supper
Darks Landing Total 1 2.54
9/3/2020
Mexic an Cafe 5 2.28 1161006260 President food HEP/CAMP
Mexican Cafe Total 5 2.28
9/17/2020
Adjust ment (Sa) 219.32 1161006260 President Conf/Dev-Hotel
Adjustment (Sa) Total 219.32
9/5/2020 Digicert Inc 1,028.00 1164006650 Bus. Office Software Licensing
Digicert Inc Total 1,028.00
9/25/2020 Dillons #0001 5 1.05 2525406023 Grants Student Activity
Dillons #0001 Total 5 1.05
9/30/2020 Discount Tire Wdoh 608.26 1165006460 Bus. Office Vehicle Repairs-Tires #6
Discount Tire Wdoh Total 608.26
9/29/2020 Dominos 9639 3 2.79 1155506020 Athletics Recruiting Travel
Dominos 9639 Total 3 2.79
9/11/2020 Doubletree Cedar Rapid 109.66 3739596030 Grants IA sweep hotel
9/11/2020 Doubletree Cedar Rapid 109.66 3739596030 Grants IA sweep hotel
9/11/2020 Doubletree Cedar Rapid 109.66 3739596030 Grants IA sweep hotel
9/11/2020 Doubletree Cedar Rapid 109.66 3739596030 Grants IA sweep hotel
9/11/2020 Doubletree Cedar Rapid 109.66 3739596030 Grants IA sweep hotel
9/11/2020 Doubletree Cedar Rapid 122.50 3739596030 Grants IA sweep hotel
9/11/2020 Doubletree Cedar Rapid 122.50 3739596030 Grants IA sweep hotel
43
UMB Bank, Statement Period 09/02/2020 to 10/01/2020
Tran Date Supplier Amount Gl Accounts Type CC Code
9/11/2020 Doubletree Cedar Rapid 122.50 3739596030 Grants IA sweep hotel
9/12/2020 Doubletree Cedar Rapid 107.52 3739596030 Grants IA sweep hotel
Doubletree Cedar Rapid Total 1,023.32
9/14/2020 Driveline Baseball 299.00 1155258500 Athletics Equipment
Driveline Baseball Total 299.00
9/11/2020 Econo Lodges 7 1.49 1212056011 Institutional Livestock-Hotel
9/11/2020 Econo Lodges 7 1.49 1212056011 Institutional Livestock-Hotel
9/11/2020 Econo Lodges 7 1.49 1212056011 Institutional Livestock-Hotel
Econo Lodges Total 214.47
9/2/2020 Egov Service Fee 1.40 1165006460 Bus. Office Vehicle Repairs-vehicle registration
9/17/2020 Egov Service Fee 1.43 1165006460 Bus. Office Vehicle Repairs-vehicle registration
Egov Service Fee Total 2.83
9/11/2020 Eig*hostgator.Com 221.39 3737657020 Grants GOSOSY fees
9/12/2020 Eig*hostgator.Com 3 2.95 3737657020 Grants GOSOSY fees
Eig*hostgator.Com Total 254.34
9/10/2020 El Charro Fort Scott 4 1.13 1155456020 Athletics Recruit Travel-coaches meal
El Charro Fort Scott Total 4 1.13
9/3/2020 El Potro Mexican Cafe 5 2.28 1161006260 President Travel-Food HEP/CAMP
9/24/2020 El Potro Mexican Cafe 3 9.90 1161006260 President Travel-Food HEP/CAMP
El Potro Mexican Cafe Total 9 2.18
9/12/2020 Embassy Suites Des Moi 122.08 3739596030 Grants IA sweep hotel
9/12/2020 Embassy Suites Des Moi 122.08 3739596030 Grants IA sweep hotel
9/12/2020 Embassy Suites Des Moi 122.08 3739596030 Grants IA sweep hotel
9/12/2020 Embassy Suites Des Moi 122.08 3739596030 Grants IA sweep hotel
9/12/2020 Embassy Suites Des Moi 122.08 3739596030 Grants IA sweep hotel
9/12/2020 Embassy Suites Des Moi 122.08 3739596030 Grants IA sweep hotel
9/12/2020 Embassy Suites Des Moi 122.08 3739596030 Grants IA sweep hotel
9/12/2020 Embassy Suites Des Moi 122.08 3739596030 Grants IA sweep hotel
Embassy Suites Des Moi Total 976.64
9/19/2020 Ets 1,312.50 1142007020 Institutional Nov Grad Assessments
Ets Total 1,312.50
9/10/2020 Gaylord Bros Inc 8 5.49 1168507000 Institutional Archive Supplies Folders
9/24/2020 Gaylord Bros Inc 4 1.73 1168507000 Institutional Archive Supplies sleeves
Gaylord Bros Inc Total 127.22
9/25/2020 Golden Corral 0706 1 3.27 1212066030 Institutional Travel-meal internship visit
Golden Corral 0706 Total 1 3.27
9/19/2020 Grand Central Station 3.73 1155306020 Athletics Recruit Travel-Emporia
Grand Central Station Total 3.73
9/13/2020 Guadalajara Mexican Resau 1 5.63 1212056011 Institutional Livestock-Meal
Total 1 5.63
9/14/2020 Hampton Inn Marshalltown 130.61 3739596030 Grants IA sweep hotel
9/14/2020 Hampton Inn Marshalltown 141.59 3739596030 Grants IA sweep hotel
Total 272.20
9/18/2020 Harbor Freight 270.17 1165006460 Bus. Office Vehicle Repairs-vehicle tools
9/19/2020 Harbor Freight 9 1.87 1165006460 Bus. Office Vehicle Repairs-vehicle tools
Harbor Freight Total 362.04
9/4/2020 Hardees 1501280 7.81 1212056011 Institutional Livestock-Meal
Hardees 1501280 Total 7.81
9/14/2020 Hertz Rent-A-Car 203.21 3739596030 Grants IA sweep rental EArevalo
Hertz Rent-A-Car Total 203.21
9/29/2020 Hgi Hotel 110.88 1212066030 Institutional Travel-hotel
44
UMB Bank, Statement Period 09/02/2020 to 10/01/2020
Tran Date Supplier Amount Gl Accounts Type CC Code
Hgi Hotel Total 110.88
9/22/2020 Hillcrest Golf Course 135.14 1155046010 Athletics Travel
9/22/2020 Hillcrest Golf Course 150.40 1155066010 Athletics Travel
9/22/2020 Hillcrest Golf Course (132.82) 1155046010 Athletics Travel
9/22/2020 Hillcrest Golf Course (147.82) 1155066010 Athletics Travel
Hillcrest Golf Course Total 4.90
9/13/2020 Hilton Garden Inn Siou 107.52 3739596030 Grants IA sweep hotel
9/13/2020 Hilton Garden Inn Siou 107.52 3739596030 Grants IA sweep hotel
9/13/2020 Hilton Garden Inn Siou 107.52 3739596030 Grants IA sweep hotel
9/13/2020 Hilton Garden Inn Siou 107.52 3739596030 Grants IA sweep hotel
Hilton Garden Inn Siou Total 430.08
9/14/2020 Hilton Garden Inn West De 103.18 3739596030 Grants A sweep hotel
9/14/2020 Hilton Garden Inn West De 103.18 3739596030 Grants A sweep hotel
9/14/2020 Hilton Garden Inn West De 103.18 3739596030 Grants IA sweep hotel
9/14/2020 Hilton Garden Inn West De 206.36 3739596030 Grants A sweep hotel
9/14/2020 Hilton Garden Inn West De 206.36 3739596030 Grants A sweep hotel
Total 722.26
9/18/2020 Holiday Inn Express 375.36 1212506050 Institutional EWT Workshop-Hotel
Holiday Inn Express Total 375.36
9/28/2020 Hooters Council Bluff 2 1.00 1212066030 Institutional Travel-lunch
Hooters Council Bluff Total 2 1.00
9/30/2020 Hortons Pizza Plus North 2 4.13 11610006260 President Travel-Gas
Hortons Pizza Plus North Total 2 4.13
9/25/2020 Ihop 1432 2 9.66 1155506020 Athletics Recruiting Travel
Ihop 1432 Total 2 9.66
9/17/2020 Instacart 2 9.56 2525406023 Grants Student Activity
Instacart Total 2 9.56
9/29/2020 International House Of P 3 7.77 1155506020 Athletics Recruiting Travel
International House Of P Total 3 7.77
9/28/2020 K And K Auto Parts Inc 1 4.35 1155457000 Athletics Supplies-zip ties
K And K Auto Parts Inc Total 1 4.35
9/16/2020 Kahoot! As 120.00 3737656050 Grants Tech Support
Kahoot! As Total 120.00
9/30/2020 Kdads Hoc 2 0.61 1212407010 Institutional Application FEE-CMA test fee
Kdads Hoc Total 2 0.61
9/30/2020 Kfc E865006 1 7.85 3737176155 Grants mpac meal
Kfc E865006 Total 1 7.85
9/14/2020 Kfc G160011 5.35 1212056011 Institutional Livestock-Meal
Kfc G160011 Total 5.35
9/2/2020 Ks Bourboncntytreasurer 5 6.25 1165006460 Bus. Office Vehicle Repairs-vehicle registration
9/17/2020 Ks Bourboncntytreasurer 5 7.50 1165006460 Bus. Office Vehicle Repairs-shuttle registration
Ks Bourboncntytreasurer Total 113.75
9/7/2020 Ks.Gov Payment 4 0.00 1162006190 Bus. Office Annual rpt-Institu Research
Ks.Gov Payment Total 4 0.00
9/23/2020 Ky Venues Entry Dept 500.00 1212056011 Institutional Livestock-Contest Entry Fee
Ky Venues Entry Dept Total 500.00
9/4/2020 Led Lighting 142.88 1171007030 Bus. Office Trail Lights
Led Lighting Total 142.88
9/13/2020 Little Caesars 1648 0002 3 5.05 1212056011 Institutional Livestock-Meal
Little Caesars 1648 0002 Total 3 5.05
9/20/2020 Logmein 6 4.56 3737657020 Grants Supplies
45
UMB Bank, Statement Period 09/02/2020 to 10/01/2020
Tran Date Supplier Amount Gl Accounts Type CC Code
Logmein Total 6 4.56
9/3/2020 Los Dos Amigos 3 2.98 1155456020 Athletics Recruit Travel-coaches meal
9/29/2020 Los Dos Amigos 2 5.97 1155456020 Athletics Recruit Travel-coaches meal
Los Dos Amigos Total 5 8.95
9/17/2020 Luthers Bbq 270.68 2727166010 Grants Luthers- Workshop
Luthers Bbq Total 270.68
9/28/2020 Marriott City Center 3 8.86 1155506020 Athletics recruiting
Marriott City Center Total 3 8.86
9/18/2020 McDonalds F10030 5.40 1212066030 Institutional Travel-breakfast
McDonalds F10030 Total 5.40
9/18/2020 McDonalds F16397 7.91 1212066030 Institutional Travel-meal on internship visit
McDonalds F16397 Total 7.91
9/12/2020 McDonalds F19605 3.94 1212056011 Institutional Livestock-Meal
McDonalds F19605 Total 3.94
9/7/2020 McDonalds F5008 1 1.89 1155046010 Athletics Travel
McDonalds F5008 Total 1 1.89
9/12/2020 McDonalds F5258 5.38 1212056011 Institutional Livestock-Meal
McDonalds F5258 Total 5.38
9/24/2020 Mgtcon200923101705 1,019.00 2525406030 Grants Professional Dev.
Mgtcon200923101705 Total 1,019.00
9/24/2020 Natl Testing Network 7 5.00 1212027000 Institutional Supplies-Pitt-Cosmo Practical test
9/24/2020 Natl Testing Network 7 5.00 1212027000 Institutional Supplies-Pitt Cosmo test
9/25/2020 Natl Testing Network 7 5.00 1212027000 Institutional Supplies-Pitt Cosmo test
Natl Testing Network Total 225.00
9/29/2020 Nayax Air 2.00 1155506020 Athletics recruiting
Nayax Air Total 2.00
9/28/2020 Olive Garden 0026413 3 5.72 1155506020 Athletics Recruiting Travel
Olive Garden 0026413 Total 3 5.72
9/11/2020 Oskaloosa Pizza Ranch 1 2.83 1212056011 Institutional Livestock-Meal
Oskaloosa Pizza Ranch Total 1 2.83
9/6/2020 Other Credits – Sale Reversal (52.28) 1161006260 President food HEP/CAMP
9/1/2020 Other Credits – Sale Reversal (219.32) 1161006260 President Conf/Dev-Hotel
Total (271.60)
9/28/2020 Panda Express #908 8.44 1155506020 Athletics Recruiting Travel
Panda Express #908 Total 8.44
9/23/2020 Parchment-Univ Docs 2 0.00 2525407010 Grants Student Supplies
Parchment-Univ Docs Total 2 0.00
9/7/2020 Phillips 66 – Petes #14 1 9.59 1155258350 Athletics Maint Fields
9/24/2020 Phillips 66 – Petes #14 1 2.26 1155258350 Athletics Maint Fields
9/24/2020 Phillips 66 – Petes #14 1 8.93 1155258350 Athletics Maint Fields
9/25/2020 Phillips 66 – Petes #14 6.32 1155056020 Athletics Recruiting Travel-RECR
9/24/2020 Phillips 66 – Petes #14 1 8.41 1155506020 Athletics Recruiting Travel
Phillips 66 – Petes #14 Total 7 5.51
9/18/2020 Phillips 66 – Petes #29 2.18 1212066030 Institutional Travel-drinks
Phillips 66 – Petes #29 Total 2.18
9/29/2020 Phillips 66 – Woodshed Vi 5.44 1155506020 Athletics Recruiting Travel
Phillips 66 – Woodshed Vi Total 5.44
9/13/2020 Pilot 00009134 6.80 1212056011 Institutional Livestock-Meal
9/14/2020 Pilot 00009134 1 0.24 1212056011 Institutional Livestock-Meal
Pilot 00009134 Total 1 7.04
9/12/2020 Pilot_00913 5 0.19 1212056011 Institutional Livestock-Gas
46
UMB Bank, Statement Period 09/02/2020 to 10/01/2020
Tran Date Supplier Amount Gl Accounts Type CC Code
Pilot_00913 Total 5 0.19
9/29/2020 Pitneybowesleasedequip 729.00 1165006150 Bus. Office Sep
Pitneybowesleasedequip Total 729.00
9/2/2020 Pizza Hut 034481 1 0.81 1155506020 Athletics Recruiting Travel
Pizza Hut 034481 Total 1 0.81
9/26/2020 Plat Parking – Lot 103 1 0.00 1155506020 Athletics Recruiting Travel
9/26/2020 Plat Parking – Lot 103 2 0.00 1155506020 Athletics Recruiting Travel
Plat Parking – Lot 103 Total 3 0.00
9/26/2020 Plat Parking – Lot 129 1 2.00 1155506020 Athletics Recruiting Travel
Plat Parking – Lot 129 Total 1 2.00
9/20/2020 Priceln*dallas Marriot 185.96 1155506020 Athletics Recruiting Travel
Priceln*dallas Marriot Total 185.96
9/25/2020 Priceln*fairfield Inn 177.00 1155506020 Athletics Recruiting Travel
Priceln*fairfield Inn Total 177.00
9/29/2020 Priceln*holiday Inn Ar 7 1.97 1155506020 Athletics Recruiting Travel
Priceln*holiday Inn Ar Total 7 1.97
9/28/2020 Priceln*sheraton Suite 175.88 1155506020 Athletics Recruiting Travel
Priceln*sheraton Suite Total 175.88
9/5/2020 Qt 22 1 5.09 1155456020 Athletics Recruit Travel-coaches snack
Qt 22 Total 1 5.09
9/8/2020 Revio *touchtone Comm 234.10 1171006310 Bus. Office Camp ID – Sep
Revio *touchtone Comm Total 234.10
9/15/2020 Rmi Golf Carts – Retail 4 6.53 1155046030 Athletics Travel-split
9/15/2020 Rmi Golf Carts – Retail 4 6.53 1155066030 Athletics Travel-split
Rmi Golf Carts – Retail Total 9 3.05
9/27/2020 Rudys Chicken 1 8.75 1155506020 Athletics Recruiting Travel
Rudys Chicken Total 1 8.75
9/21/2020 Samsclub.Com 115.09 8181008588 Bus. Office Purchases Food/Restock
Samsclub.Com Total 115.09
9/2/2020 Sawstop Llc 277.77 1226017020 Institutional Lab Materials-097
9/2/2020 Sawstop Llc 455.38 1226016480 Institutional Lab Materials-097
Sawstop Llc Total 733.15
9/29/2020 Scribner Express 2.50 1212066030 Institutional breakfast coffee
Scribner Express Total 2.50
9/8/2020 Sharkys Pub & Grub 9 3.90 1155456020 Athletics Recruit Travel-coaches meal
Sharkys Pub & Grub Total 9 3.90
9/4/2020 Shell Oil 10014488000 1.85 1212056011 Institutional Livestock-Meal
Shell Oil 10014488000 Total 1.85
9/27/2020 Sheraton 2 1.66 1155506020 Athletics recruiting
Sheraton Total 2 1.66
9/30/2020 Simple Simon`s Pizza 7 4.25 7575366190 Institutional PTK Paola-Misc Expense
Simple Simon`s Pizza Total 7 4.25
9/5/2020 Smittys Garage 797 2 2.82 1155456020 Athletics Recruit Travel-coaches meal
Smittys Garage 797 Total 2 2.82
9/14/2020 Smk 421.44 3737856150 Grants Covid Bag Supplies
Smk Total 421.44
9/29/2020 Snyder Mini Mart 1 6.09 1212066030 Institutional supper
Snyder Mini Mart Total 1 6.09
9/30/2020 Sonic Drive In #1092 5.33 3737176155 Grants mpac meal
Sonic Drive In #1092 Total 5.33
9/22/2020 Southwes 196.00 3737656010 Grants Conference
47
UMB Bank, Statement Period 09/02/2020 to 10/01/2020
Tran Date Supplier Amount Gl Accounts Type CC Code
Southwes Total 196.00
9/16/2020 Sq *kansas Livestoc 600.00 1212056011 Institutional Livestock-Contest Entry Fee
Sq *kansas Livestoc Total 600.00
9/1/2020 Storagemart #1075 8 2.02 3739586150 Grants IA storage unit
Storagemart #1075 Total 8 2.02
9/1/2020 Straighttalk 4 9.49 2525406641 Grants Technical Assistance
Straighttalk Total 4 9.49
9/5/2020 Subway 21928 3 4.15 1155057000 Athletics Supplies-Quarantine Kids Food
Subway 21928 Total 3 4.15
9/12/2020 Subway 41282 2 1.08 1155456020 Athletics Recruit Travel-coaches meal
Subway 41282 Total 2 1.08
9/2/2020 Suddenlink 7702 442.40 8383846680 Bus. Office Aug Sep serv
9/15/2020 Suddenlink 7702 483.46 1164006680 Bus. Office Campus cable
9/18/2020 Suddenlink 7702 550.00 8383856680 Bus. Office Sep/Oct serv
Suddenlink 7702 Total 1,475.86
9/25/2020 Suddenlink Business 761.70 1164006310 Bus. Office Aug Burke Sept
Suddenlink Business Total 761.70
8/31/2020 Sunoco 0472152800 2 5.57 1161006260 President Recruiting Travel-fuel
Sunoco 0472152800 Total 2 5.57
9/14/2020 Super 8 169.31 1212056011 Institutional Livestock-Hotel
9/14/2020 Super 8 199.56 1212056011 Institutional Livestock-Hotel
Super 8 Total 368.87
9/14/2020 Team Purebred Inc 240.00 1212056011 Institutional Livestock-Contest Entry Fee
Team Purebred Inc Total 240.00
9/8/2020 Textmagic.Com 100.00 2727167000 Grants Supplies-Text Magic
9/16/2020 Textmagic.Com 100.00 2727167000 Grants Supplies-Text Magic
9/14/2020 Textmagic.Com 2 0.00 1153506310 Student Srvcs Internet
Textmagic.Com Total 220.00
9/15/2020 The Home Depot #2220 6.97 1212027000 Institutional Supplies-ELS supplies
9/23/2020 The Home Depot #2220 2.61 1212027000 Institutional Supplies-H.D key
The Home Depot #2220 Total 9.58
9/1/2020 The Home Depot 2220 299.00 1155458350 Athletics Lawn Maint-lawn sweeper
The Home Depot 2220 Total 299.00
9/17/2020 The Jbb 1.16 1155256020 Athletics Recruitment Travel
The Jbb Total 1.16
9/26/2020 The Station #1 1 1.88 1155256020 Athletics Recruitment Travel
The Station #1 Total 1 1.88
9/30/2020 Tockify Web Calendar 8.00 3737856150 Grants supplies
9/29/2020 Tockify Web Calendar 8.00 3737656050 Grants Supplies
Tockify Web Calendar Total 1 6.00
9/29/2020 Tractor Supply #1277 2 4.99 1171007030 Bus. Office Ground Supplies
Tractor Supply #1277 Total 2 4.99
9/4/2020 Trashbilling.Com Cc 2,276.00 1171006690 Bus. Office Sep serv
9/10/2020 Trashbilling.Com Cc 281.25 8383866690 Bus. Office Sep serv
9/11/2020 Trashbilling.Com Cc 7 4.00 1212026690 Bus. Office Sep serv
9/11/2020 Trashbilling.Com Cc 7 4.00 1212166690 Bus. Office Sep serv
Trashbilling.Com Cc Total 2,705.25
9/18/2020 Travelodge Fort Scott 6 5.34 2300007400 Athletics COVID
Travelodge Fort Scott Total 6 5.34
9/11/2020 Treetop Products Consolit 179.16 8383837000 Bus. Office Supplies
Treetop Products Consolit Total 179.16
48
UMB Bank, Statement Period 09/02/2020 to 10/01/2020
Tran Date Supplier Amount Gl Accounts Type CC Code
9/16/2020 Typhoon Bay Ft Scott 8.00 1165006460 Bus. Office Vehicle Repairs-car wash
Typhoon Bay Ft Scott Total 8.00
9/23/2020 Uaf-Univ Of Ar Payment 5 0.00 2525406641 Grants Technical Assistance
Uaf-Univ Of Ar Payment Total 5 0.00
9/3/2020 Ups 6 4.78 3737856170 Grants Covid Bag Supplies
9/3/2020 Ups 146.30 3737856170 Grants Covid Bag Supplies
Ups Total 211.08
9/18/2020 Usps Po 1931790511 2 3.39 2727167000 Grants Student Laptop ship
9/1/2020 Usps Po 1931790511 5.74 1212356150 Institutional KNI-Office Supplies
9/15/2020 Usps Po 1931790511 144.51 1212356150 Institutional ACEN self study
Usps Po 1931790511 Total 173.64
9/16/2020 Usps Po 1972930592 3 3.00 1212027000 Institutional Supplies-HD-Cosmo stamps
9/23/2020 Usps Po 1972930592 1.60 1212027000 Institutional Supplies-H.D mail
Usps Po 1972930592 Total 3 4.60
9/18/2020 Vzwrlss*apocc Visb 6 4.98 1171006310 Bus. Office Aug Serv
9/18/2020 Vzwrlss*apocc Visb 3 0.02 1162006310 Bus. Office Aug Serv
9/18/2020 Vzwrlss*apocc Visb 3 0.02 1153506310 Bus. Office Aug Serv
Vzwrlss*apocc Visb Total 125.02
9/29/2020 Walgreens #11086 1 3.11 1155037000 Athletics Supplies-Prescription
9/1/2020 Walgreens #11086 165.00 7171906190 President Student Success Expense-giveaway prizes
Walgreens #11086 Total 178.11
9/21/2020 Wal-Mart #0039 1 6.81 1155057000 Athletics Supplies-Office Supplies
9/2/2020 Wal-Mart #0039 1 0.90 1155507000 Athletics Travel-Team
9/21/2020 Wal-Mart #0039 4 4.17 1155046030 Athletics Travel-split
9/21/2020 Wal-Mart #0039 4 4.17 1155066030 Athletics Travel-split
Wal-Mart #0039 Total 116.05
9/22/2020 Wal-Mart #0042 4 9.67 1155046030 Athletics Travel-split
9/22/2020 Wal-Mart #0042 4 9.67 1155066030 Athletics Travel-split
Wal-Mart #0042 Total 9 9.34
9/9/2020 Wal-Mart #0372 4 3.18 3737176155 Grants mpac supplies
Wal-Mart #0372 Total 4 3.18
9/2/2020 Walmart Grocery 320.50 2525407010 Grants Student Supplies
9/3/2020 Walmart Grocery 4 4.86 2525406150 Grants Office Supplies
Walmart Grocery Total 365.36
9/11/2020 Walmart.Com At 6 1.18 8383836480 Bus. Office Repairs
Walmart.Com At Total 6 1.18
9/2/2020 Walmart.Com Ax 100.00 2727167000 Grants Supplies-Hotspots
Walmart.Com Ax Total 100.00
9/4/2020 Wendys #8716 3.60 1212056011 Institutional Livestock-Meal
Wendys #8716 Total 3.60
9/25/2020 Whataburger #390 1 7.00 1155506020 Athletics Recruiting Travel
Whataburger #390 Total 1 7.00
9/18/2020 Wholesaleinternet.Net 9 4.00 1163006520 Bus. Office Monthly Website Fees
Wholesaleinternet.Net Total 9 4.00
9/21/2020 Wild Iris Medical Educati 3 9.00 1212157000 Institutional Supplies-CE
Wild Iris Medical Educati Total 3 9.00
9/9/2020 Wm Supercenter #372 468.00 3737176155 Grants mpac suppleis
9/15/2020 Wm Supercenter #372 234.00 3737176155 Grants mpac supplies
Wm Supercenter #372 Total 702.00
9/25/2020 Wm Supercenter #39 4 3.67 1155258350 Athletics Maint Fields
9/1/2020 Wm Supercenter #39 4 4.00 1155057000 Athletics Supplies-stamps/envolopes
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UMB Bank, Statement Period 09/02/2020 to 10/01/2020
Tran Date Supplier Amount Gl Accounts Type CC Code
9/6/2020 Wm Supercenter #39 2 9.72 1155046030 Athletics Travel-split
9/6/2020 Wm Supercenter #39 2 9.72 1155066030 Athletics Travel-split
9/15/2020 Wm Supercenter #39 2 2.31 1212357000 Institutional ACEN Self-Study
9/14/2020 Wm Supercenter #39 2.28 1168507000 Institutional Archive supplies,ID Strin
Wm Supercenter #39 Total 171.70
Grand Total 5 6,780.18
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ACTION/DISCUSSION ITEMS
A. CONSIDERATION OF TRIO LAPTOP BIDS
BACKGROUND: The TRIO Student Support Services program is proposing a one-time purchase of 15
laptop/tablet combinations with software to help meet the technology needs of students while at Fort
Scott Community College. During the COVID pandemic, many TRIO students enter and exit quarantine,
or FSCC may return to a completely online format at some time during the semester. TRIO students
have the most to lose during these difficult times, as it is already a challenge to be a college student
when they are either first generation, low-income, or have a disability.
To ease the burden, TRIO will have technology available to students in order to complete their
coursework.
Bids were requested of 3 vendors on August 12, 2020, then closed on August 26, 2020.
Vendor Proposed
Manufacturer
Proposed Model # Total Proposed Price
Lenovo Lenovo ThinkPad L13 Yoga $18,800.00
Sterling Dell Latitude 5310 $24,325.60
Insight HP Elite Dragonfly $34,642.60
RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended that the Board approve the purchase of TRIO
student laptops from Lenovo laptops for $18,800.
BOARD ACTION: MOTION _____ SECOND _____ VOTE _____
DISCUSSION:
VOTE: Bartelsmeyer Elliott Fewins
Hart Meyer Nelson
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PRODUCT AND SERVICE DETAILS
Part Number Description Qty List Price Unit Price End Date Total
20R6CTO1WW Notebook ThinkPad L13 Yoga 1G 20R6CTO1WW 20 2,549.99 918.00 12-Aug-2021 18,360.00
4X40E77328 ThinkPad 15.6-inch Essential Topload Case 20 32.99 22.00 13-Aug-2021 440.00
Grand Total USD 18,800.00
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CONFIGURATION DETAILS
Components Description Qty
20R6CTO1WW Notebook ThinkPad L13 Yoga 1G 20R6CTO1WW 20
Country/Region USA
Warranty 3 Year Courier/Carry-in
Preload Type Standard Image (Preload)
Preload OS Windows 10 Pro 64
Processor Intel Core i5-10210U Processor (1.60GHz, up to 4.20GHz with Turbo Boost, 4 Cores, 6MB
Cache)
Security Chip Setting Enabled Discrete TPM2.0
Color Black
Display 13.3″ FHD (1920×1080), WVA, Glare, 300nits, Multi-touch
Graphics Integrated Graphics
Camera 720P HD Camera with Microphone
Onboard Memory 8GB(8x8Gx16) DDR4 2666
Storage Selection 128GB SSD M.2 2242 NVMe TLC
Wireless LAN Intel 9560 2x2AC+BT vPro WW
Battery 4 Cell Li-Ion Polymer Internal Battery, 46Wh
Power Adapter 65W AC Adapter PCC (2pin)-US (USB Type C)
Keyboard Keyboard Black English
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ITEMS FOR REVIEW
A. LETTERS OF APPRECIATION/CORRESPONDENCE
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EXECUTIVE SESSION
RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended that the Board adjourn to executive session.
MOVE TO EXECUTIVE SESSION:
BOARD ACTION: MOTION _____ SECOND _____ VOTE _____
DISCUSSION:
VOTE: Bartelsmeyer Elliott Fewins
Hart Meyer Nelson
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REPORTS
B. ADMINISTRATIVE UPDATES
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Miami County Campus of Fort Scott Community College – September/October Report
I attended the Deans and Director’s meeting on September 17th via ZOOM.
The Phi Theta Kappa students have been meeting regularly to discuss events, activities, and scholarships. There are
several PTK events that are coming up, as well as community and college activities to get all students involved.
One of the PTK officers is taking part in getting a local disc golf course put into place at the county lake. She is looking
for volunteers to be part of that committee.
The officers are also helping with a college projects to help keep students motivated and connected to the college. One
of these projects includes a weekly drawing. In addition to the help from Kassie with student activities, the students
have found sponsors to donate additional items to include in the drawing. To date, we have had over 20 students
receive prizes from these sponsorships. Each student has also provided a hand-written thank-you note to each sponsor
to express their gratitude.
The students are planning for a costume contest and pumpkin decorating/carving contest this month as well.
The PTK fall Conference was October 8-10th via Zoom.
Since the spring schedule has opened, I have been talking with students and helping them enroll for spring.
The student ambassadors have been providing tours of the college, to perspective students.
I have been working with Voc-Rehab to add some new students to the welding program, this semester.
I have been contacted by the Medical Reserve Corps of Greater Kansas City to help them with a grant they wrote to help
with Emergency Disaster planning in our community.
I attended a Q&A COVID session with the Department of Economics.
I attended an EKAN COVID webinar on the Miami County SPARKS application for assistance.
Kabria Davies (Welding Instructor) had a booth at the Louisburg High School Holiday Mart to help inform the community
of the Welding Program at the Miami County. Campus of FSCC. Her students made several holiday yard ornaments to
sell at the event to help raise money for the welding program. The yard art was such a hit, she sold out and is now filling
order requests. Students are also making items, to donate to Prairie Paws, for their annual fund raising event at the
animal shelter. Kabria has plans to continue special events and activities to help students with their welding skills and
provide visual marketing opportunities (samples of student work) to the community, by FSCC students.
Vickie Laderer, Allied Health Director is holding clinical rotations (labs) and helping all the C.N.A. students meet their
credential requirements to be eligible to test for their state exam. These students are coming to the Miami County
Campus from multiple areas within our service area and from multiple classes (including online). This has been quite a
maneuver, but Vickie has done a great job getting everyone through this.
The Miami County Sheriff’s department visited with the Criminal Justice students, brought them some gifts from the
sheriff’s office as well as talked with the students about careers in law enforcement. The Sheriff’s office also provided
the Report Writing class with additional materials, used in the field, to help enhance their learning in the classroom. Our
new Criminal Justice instructors, Trisha Bruders and Steve Mailand have been a great addition to the Miami County
Campus, this year.
Nolanda administered 3 state C.N.A. test exams for FSCC students.
Sargent Sheet, from the Army National Guard is scheduled to visit with the students next week.
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Gordon Parks Museum
Monthly Report Update/Events August 2020
• FSCC Meats Team Tour 10
• Gordon Parks Board Met via Zoom on August 11, 2020
• Diversity Task Force Meeting August 11, 2020
• FSCC Freshman Track Team (50) Tour on Aug 20
• FSCC Men’s Basketball Team (20) Tour
• Fund Drive 2020 Campaign Started
• FSCC Exercise Science & Life Fitness Class (30)Tour Aug 19
• Podcast Interview with Joel Goldberg (Rounding the Bases)
• Work On Archive and Collections
• Worked on Grant application for FSCAF
• We had 20 visitors walk in and with a combination of tours, presentations and any other
events we had 134 visitors in August.
Monthly Report Update/Events Sept 2020
• Worked on Grant for Kansas Museum Association
• Work on Archives and Collections
• FSCC Trio Students Tour (5) Sept 10
• Met with Kansas University Libraries in regards to Digitalization Services on Sept 11
• FSCC History Class Tour (25) on Sept 15
• Gordon Parks Board Meeting was held on Sept 22
• Interview with Joplin Globe in regard to Fundraiser collaboration with Boileroom
Brewhaus and Jolly Fox Brewery in Pittsburg, Ks to raise funds for the students at
Gordon Parks High School in St. Paul, MN on Sept 23
• Researchers from Kansas state University was here doing research for their upcoming
Gordon Parks collection exhibit in September, 2021 – spring 2022. They were here July
28 and 29th all day.
• We had 23 visitors walk in and with a combination of tours, presentations and any other
events we had 64 visitors in Sept.
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Board Update October 19, 2020
Student Services – Janet Fancher
Admissions—Brian Lancaster
1. Have been in contact with schools to determine which ones are allowing recruiting
representatives into their building and which ones are only going to do virtual recruiting. Most
schools are still virtual but one has changed its policy and is allowing us to visit. Will begin to
visit schools the end of this month.
2. Attended a Zoom meeting with an Upward Student Group through Neosho County. 25 students
participated
3. New promo video highlighting the school was finished and the Virtual Tour was edited
4. In process of creating a promotional video that includes instructors discussing their programs and
content areas
5. Updated posters and brochures will be mailed out to High School counselors in the next week as
they get finished being printed
6. 11 FSCC Campus tours given
Ambassadors Update:
1. Ambassadors participated in a photo shoot for the college
2. Ambassadors have assisted with 4 of the on-campus tours
Advising
Spring Enrollment is open and the advising office is busy meeting with students to evaluate their degree
audits and enroll for Fall Intersession and Spring 21 semester classes. An earlier than usual opening of
enrollment this semester gives students an opportunity to enroll prior to the Thanksgiving holiday and
their departure from campus for winter break.
Each day the Advisors receive Early Alert notices from instructors. This information can include grades,
attendance, and instructor notes. An Advisor contacts each student receiving an Alert, to provide guidance
and offer assistance in order to resolve the identified situation. Advisors document all of these contacts in
both the students Campus Connect account and in the Advising office student file.
As the semester passes the half way point, Advising is also busy assisting students asking to withdraw
from a class or classes. The final day students can withdraw from a class or classes is Nov. 6th.
Registrar-Courtney Metcalf
*Board members planning to attend Graduation*
Reports:
•Fall Ipeds: 12-Month Enrollment, Completions, Institutional Characteristics
•Fall 20 Day Report
•KBOR: Fall Prelim Report
•DBBJB Scholarship Criteria Verification
•Assisted with important dates for schedule
•(KBOR) KSA 76-731A Report
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Graduation
•Preparing for virtual November graduation (Fall 2019, Spring 2020, Summer 2020, Fall 2020)
•Ceremony will be available to the public via live stream
Training/Other
•Working on KBOR/Catalog/Degree Audit Alignment
•Speaker at College Orientation
•Employee Relations (Holiday Luncheon Prep)
•KACRAO Virtual Conference
•KBOR: KHEDS Webinar
International Student Coordinator
•Training with SEVP Field Representative
•Anticipating enrollment of seven international student in the spring (five returners and two new students)
TRiO-Holli Mason
The TRIO program has been busy with many activities this semester. Below is a list of activities that
have been offered to our students.
Workshops
Career Assessments (9/15/20)
Financial Literacy (10/21/20)
Campus Visits
Emporia State University representative on FSCC campus (9/8/2020)
Emporia State University Virtual Tour (9/10/20)
Kansas State University Virtual Tour (9/17/20)
Pittsburg State University (10/8/20)
Washburn University representative on FSCC campus (10/13/20)
Pittsburg State University (10/20/20)
Cultural Events
Gordon Parks Museum (9/10/20)
CoolSpeak Motivational Speaker – Sponsored by HEP (9/17/20)
Gunn Park Picnic and Pumpkin Carving (10/9/20)
Activities in the works:
TRIO is working with the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Task Force to bridge the gap between FSCC
students and local law enforcement. A forum and small group get-togethers are being planned at this
time.
Relaxation Workshop before finals.
Trainings
Council for Opportunity in Education Virtual Conference (9/21/20-9/23/20)
MoKanNe Virtual Conference (9/28/20-9/29/20)
Financial Aid 101 (9/30/20)
TRIO Legislation and Regulations (10/6/20-10/7/20)
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Start Smart Webinar (10/14/20)
Annual Performance Report Webinar (10/26/20)
Healing the Wounds of Racial Trauma (10/30/20)
NUMBER OF STUDENTS
We have been working to better track our students and the documentation needed for each student. We
currently have 125 “Active” students (completed their necessary paperwork) and 27 “Pending” students
(have met the qualifications to be accepted to TRIO, but still need to complete their paperwork).
MEP-Jennifer Quick
The 2 consortium-incentive-grants (cigs) FSCC manages (fiscal agent) were re-awarded by the Office of
Migrant Education (OME within the Dept. of Education in DC) in September. Normally, they are
awarded in the spring/summer of the cycle year, but due to the pandemic, the deadlines were extended.
1. The out-of-school youth cig ‘GOSOSY’ just ended a 5 year cycle and was re-awarded with KS
again as the lead state. Tracie Kalic, FSCC staff is again the director.
The new cig name is ‘iSOSY’ and is the acronym for Instructional Services for Out-of-School
and Secondary Youth. Eighteen (18) states will pay $17,500 for the year 1 state dues for a total
budget of $315,000.
$25,200 is the 8% FSCC admin. allowance.
2. The identification/recruitment cig ‘IRRC’ also just ended a 5 year cycle and was re-awarded
with NE again as the lead state. Jessica Castaneda, FSCC staff is again the director.
The new cig name is ‘IDRC’ and is the acronym for Identification & Recruitment Consortium.
Twenty-six (26) states will pay $18,500 for the year 1 state dues for a total budget of $481,000.
$38,480 is the 8% admin. allowance.
State notables regarding cigs:
-46 states are receiving MEP allocations in FY20
-16 of the 18 iSOSY states are in 2 or more cigs and IA is in 3
-Alabama and Massachusetts are only in iSOSY
-Delaware, Idaho, Maine, Missouri, New Jersey, Ohio, Oregon, Washington, and Wisconsin are
only in IDRC
-Alaska, California, Florida, Maryland, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas are the 7 states not
receiving cig funds
HEP-Jenna Russell
Since last month’s update, Tri-State HEP (High School Equivalency Program) staff have been working on
several items. First and foremost, we’ve been finalizing the Annual Performance Report (APR) that is due
to Department of Education Office of Migrant Education on October 30th, 2020. Also, we have been
diligently writing and editing our new grant proposal that will be due in January 2021.
Events during the last month: As mentioned previously, the Annual Directors Meeting was September 14-
16, hosted virtually. We were able to gain a lot of clarification about using our grant funds on situations
caused by the pandemic. It was also nice to have a support group of people who are having the same
issues that we are, so that we could give each other tips and support. On September 16th and 17th we had a
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motivational speaker from CoolSpeak engage with our students live, online. This event went very well,
and our students really appreciated hearing from someone they could relate to who pushed them to keep
moving forward with their education.
Upcoming Events in the next month:Our next conference will be the HEP/CAMP annual conference,
hosted virtually on November 9,10,12. We look forward to hearing from other HEP programs about their
online systems and new stipends that they are utilizing. Another conference opportunity that we are
excited about is hearing who was chosen for the “Student Champion Award.” We nominated one of our
students, Flor Cortes, for this award. If she is chosen, she will win $500 plus she will tell her story live,
during the conference. We have attached her nomination essay that was written by her HEP instructor,
Claudia Horney, and submitted by HEP director, Jena Russell.
Flor Cortes was born and raised in Mexico. As a daughter of Mexican parents who were in need of
providing better opportunities for their family, they had to immigrate to United States almost 2 ½ years ago. Being
in a country with a different language, culture, different “everything,” she realized how hard it was going to be to
pursue her dreams. Flor was born with a physical disability on the left side of her body, however, she has learned to
accept it and not to let this identify her. Flor’s father worked in the fields, doing seasonal jobs and traveling back
and forth to Mexico to try to stay close to his children. He never stopped making sacrifices for his family. Both her
parents had tough jobs, and they motivated Flor to enroll in school, get her GED, and improve her life so their
sacrifice would be worth it. At age 21, Flor enrolled and qualified for the HEP program. Flor was determined to
achieve the 1st of her many dreams. With no car and no driver’s license, she had lots of friends and classmates that
admired her dedication. They were always willing to give her a ride, and other friends taught her how to use public
transportation. Even her instructors were taking her places when needed. With Flor’s disability, it was clear that she
would need special accommodations for GED testing. All efforts were made to try obtain the necessary paperwork,
but unfortunately, the lack of resources and lack of medical insurance complicated the situation. Flor was not shy
about her physical condition and decided to try to test with no accommodations. Flor once said, “It was impressive
how with one hand, I was able to type the essay for my RLA test.” Flor had only 1 test left when the pandemic hit
the U.S. and shut her school down. She continued to study at home, but in April of 2020 her father tested positive
for COVID-19. The virus, combined with other health conditions, caused his sudden death. During the same month,
Flor and her mother also tested positive for the virus. She was unable to take her last test and unable to make
arrangements to transport her father back to Mexico to be buried where he had hoped. These tragic incidents only
stopped Flor for a moment, but she gained the strength to keep moving forward. When her testing center reopened
in June, she came back to take her last test and passed on her first attempt. Flor did it! She is a mighty warrior! She
immediately enrolled in ESL classes, and then obtained a job at McDonalds where she was quickly promoted to be
on the front line. Her dream is to continue learning English, enroll in college, save money to take her father’s ashes
back to Mexico, and find a better job working with kids. Flor told us, “I want to teach. I think I can be a good
teacher.” What she does not know is that with her example of dedication and how she has overcome many
obstacles she is already teaching many people. Flor believes that her dad is proud of her achievements, and we
wholeheartedly agree.
As the hope for a brighter future for these students, we will continue providing instruction and support
services to our migrant youth and adults at 6 different locations across Kansas, Oklahoma, and
Arkansas. Thank you for your support!
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Fort Scott Community College – Finance and Operations Highlights
Updates for summer through September
Business Office
• Auditors were in for review of financials for the college and foundation late September and early October.
Expect to have that report by end of calendar year.
• Setup up fees in preparation for opening of enrollment for intersession, spring, and summer semester.
• Preparing and submitting grant documents for Spark grants.
• Processing of student refunds this past four weeks.
• Closing fiscal year end for 2020 and opening the new fiscal year.
Information Technology
• Our primary focus has been to install equipment that has been purchased for classroom use through the
Sparks Bourbon County grant which helps us to better serve students who are unable to attend class in
person.
• Preparing a request for proposal for phone system. Our current phone system is almost impossible to work
from home with and the past few months has prompted us to look at updating. Still additional questions
and vendor visits to go, but working towards presentation to the board in November or December.
• Work tickets and many additional projects.
Financial Aid
• Working to help students complete their FSFSA before the semester ends.
• Processing awards of financial aid.
Maintenance projects completed recently or in progress
• Built offices for the bookstore, Vanessa’s classroom, build door way for the kitchen, for and the dining area.
• Worked on the outside lighting as well as the inside lighting in many areas over the campus. Also installed a
new light above the bus parking area.
• Moved furniture for lodge, took out the old chest and put in new dressers.
• Moved the new furniture into the Mercy building, put in new door knobs, new smoke detectors cleaned and
sanitize rooms and bathrooms.
• Worked on sewer issues in the Faculty lounge, worked on sew issues in the Greyhound dorms. Worked on
the sewer in the boiler room greyhound.
• Worked on water leak for football practice field area.
• Fixed several problems with a/c changed out two compressors a coil and fan motor.
• Changed out the old sleeves for the a/c in greyhound dorm, painted the building to match.
• Fixed the pot holes on campus.
• Built sneeze guards for employees who wanted shields. Built and assembled hand sanitizer stations.
• Waxed and buffed floors in all buildings.
• New lighting for Burris and for the back walking trail.
• Washing machines at the Mercy location.
• Cleaned and washed out ac units for dorm rooms on campus.
• Patched roofs on John Deere and on welding.
• Built shelves for football and MEP.
• Moved MEP to campus and remodeled offices.
• Lights changed in Gordon Park’s area.
• Made changes needed for KDOL review of facilities.
• Changed and ordered pump for boiler in Greyhound.
• Worked on getting approval from fire marshal for Mercy.
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• Moved furniture in the dining hall for social distancing. Moved furniture in several classrooms for social
distancing.
• Mowed, trimmed, also brush hogged fields. Trimmed tree branch, and sprayed for weeds all over campus.
• Changed out the shop door trim on John Deere.
• Painted several areas all over campus.
• Fixed down spout at rodeo facility.
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October Board Report
Alysia Johnston – President
I want to thank our students, faculty, staff, and community for their continued efforts to help mitigate
the Coronavirus pandemic. To ensure we continue with on-ground classes and activities, we are trying
to set the best example possible for students and educate them on how important it is to follow the
mitigation guidelines we established, which includes wearing masks and social distancing while on
campus.
We established a working group to lead campus wide efforts in preparing for the possibility a member of
our campus community is diagnosed with COVID-19 or deemed a person under investigation (PUI) for
coronavirus. A dashboard with current confirmed positive cases of COVID-19, number of students in
quarantine, and total number of recovered cases can be found on our website at: www.fortscott.edu
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Task Force
Michael Cook and Tom Havron are co-chairing our recently established Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
(DEI) task force. The task force includes representatives from faculty, students, staff, administration, and
local law enforcement. Below is the agenda/information addressed at the first meeting in August.
Michael is developing a draft “campus climate survey” which the task force will approve/modify before
being distributed.
Diversity is the presence of differences that may include race, gender, religion, sexual orientation,
ethnicity, nationality, socioeconomic status, language, (dis)ability, age, religious commitment, or
political perspective. Populations that have been-and remain- underrepresented among practitioners in
the field and marginalized in the broader society.
Equity is promoting justice, impartiality and fairness within the procedures, processes, and distribution
of resources by institutions or systems. Tackling equity issues requires an understanding of the root
causes of outcome disparities within our society.
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Inclusion is an outcome to ensure those that are diverse actually feel and/or are welcomed. Inclusion
outcomes are met when you, your institution, and your program are truly inviting to all. To the degree
to which diverse individuals are able to participate fully in the decision-making processes and
development opportunities within an organization or group.
DEI Task Force Charge:
• Identify the needs of underrepresented members of our campus community and make
recommendations for initiatives that will be ongoing with a clear intention to affect permanent
cultural change on matters of diversity, equity and inclusion
o IPEDS report
o Survey
o DEI Focused Events/Activities – Examples
 Listening Sessions
 Bias Education Team
 General Education Curriculum
 All incoming students, whether first-year or transfer students, are
required to participate each semester in a diversity and inclusion
workshop
 All students are required to fulfill three Mission requirements, linked
directly to the College’s mission
 Community Engagement requirement for the General Education
curriculum
 (College Orientation re-design)
• Solicit input from all College constituencies including students, faculty, staff and alumni
o Feedback Form – As the College continues the important work of becoming a more
diverse, equitable and inclusive institution, please use the form linked below to provide
feedback and share your experiences and perspectives.
o Survey
• Review existing diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives throughout campus, including
strategies and tactics within the Strategic Plan
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Mission statement
Fort Scott Community College is an institution of higher learning with a long history of culture and
diversity that provides affordable academic, technical, and occupational programs to meet student
needs while fostering a mutually supportive relationship between the college and its communities.
Core Values:
Personal success and growth: Empower students, community, and employees to attain their goals by
providing opportunities in a supportive, safe environment.
Integrity and Respect: A focus on communication, relationships and experiences that value students,
community, and employees; fostering a safe environment for all.
Diversity and Inclusion: Operate as one college in purpose, plans, priorities, and processes.
Stewardship: The careful, transparent, and responsible management of all resources under our care,
including monetary, physical, and human resources
Vision:
FSCC’s vision for the future is to support “Students First, Community Always” through a central focus on
teaching and learning; advancing strong, innovative programs and departments; maximizing and
leveraging opportunities; initiating efficient and effective processes; and developing the region’s
workforce.
Strategic Plan: (no strategy or goal linked directly to DEI)
• Commit to continuous improvement.
o Be willing to learn, accept feedback, and listen to the concerns of those around you.
Even the most enlightened individual can find opportunities for growth.
• Communicate and educate.
o Diversity work is a journey, not a destination. It takes time, patience, and perseverance.
Be tolerant of coworkers who do not yet appreciate the value of diversity or who may
not always behave respectfully. Often, negative behavior comes from ignorance rather
than malice. A willingness to educate can go a long way.
Enrollment
The fall preliminary numbers sent to KBOR was 15,444 credit hours, compared to 18,359 one year ago, a
decrease of enrollment of 15.9%. Fall preliminary only lets us include rosters which are certified. Last
year, the number of credit hours not certified at the time of the report were 1,177 (which were primarily
late start courses). This year, the number of credit hours not certified is 2,624 (which include late start
and concurrent classes through late start districts like USD 234). Once those numbers are added in, the
2019 total is 19,536 and the total this year is 18,068. This is a decrease in enrollment of 7.5%.
Virtual Tour
Below is the link to our new virtual tour. Stakeholders can now “tour” our campus and many programs
without having to travel here.
Clayton Whitson was gracious enough to do the voice over for us.

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ADJOURN
BOARD ACTION: MOTION _____ SECOND _____ VOTE _____
DISCUSSION:
VOTE: Bartelsmeyer Elliott Fewins
Hart Meyer Nelson
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FSCC Trustees Minutes of Sept. 21, 2020

FORT SCOTT COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Minutes of the Board of Trustees Training
September 21, 2020

PRESENT: John Bartelsmeyer, Jim Fewins, Dave Elliott, Kirk Hart, Bill Meyer, and Robert Nelson
ALSO PRESENT: Alysia Johnston, President, Juley McDaniel, Board Clerk, faculty, staff, and community members.
Chairman Bartelsmeyer called the meeting to order at 5:33 pm. The meeting was opened with the Pledge of
Allegiance.
COMMENTS FROM THE CHAIR: Chairman Bartelsmeyer read the following statement:
As your FSCC College Board of Trustees, we are committed to the College’s Core Values, which include providing
opportunities in a supportive, safe environment, and a focus on relationships and experiences that value students,
community, and employees while fostering an inclusive and diverse environment.
The actions of those who tried to intimidate FSCC students by driving through the residential area of campus with lights, flashing lights, and honking horns at midnight, September 12, is NOT reflective of this community. It is the unfortunate act of a very small group of people who do not understand the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the cultural and financial success of our college and community.
We are very fortunate at FSCC to have a supportive community. The success of FSCC is founded on the financial and expressive support given to our students and the College by our community. The tax payers of Bourbon County contribute approximately 3 million dollars in mill levied revenue to FSCC annually. We believe our success is the community’s success, and with an approximately 14.5 million dollar budget, the college has a large economic
impact on the community and is a good return on the 3 million dollar investment of tax dollars.
We are working with local law enforcement to ensure individuals whose intent is to disrupt and incite fear in our campus community will not be tolerated.
CONSENT AGENDA: A motion was made by Hart, seconded by Nelson, and carried by unanimous vote to
approve the consent agenda.
ACTION/DISCUSSION ITEMS:
A. A motion was made by Meyer, seconded by Fewins, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the nursing simulator quote from Gaumard for $31,643.25.
B. A motion was made by Elliott, seconded by Fewins, and carried by unanimous vote to approve digital marketing bid from Trajectory Consulting and Midwestern for $20,240.00.
C. A motion was made by Fewins, seconded by Nelson, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the disposal of the SawStop table saw and make it available for purchase by St. Martin’s Academy.
D. A motion was made by Elliott, seconded by Hart, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the three revised academic calendars for CTEC and Pittsburg Cosmetology, Miami County Campus, and the remainder of FSCC campuses.
E. A motion was made by Fewins, seconded by Meyer, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the quote from Logisoft for the Microsoft license renewal for $20,850.48.
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F. A motion was made by Elliott, seconded by Hart, and carried by unanimous vote to appoint President Alysia Johnston to as FSCC’s delegate on the CTEC Board of Directors.
ITEMS FOR REVIEW:
The Board reviewed letters of appreciation/correspondence.
REPORTS:
A. ADMINISTRATIVE UPDATES: The Board reviewed and heard reports from Student Services, Student Affairs and Athletics, Instruction, Finance and Operations, Development, and the President.
ADJOURNMENT: There being no further business to come before the Trustees, a motion to adjourn was made at 6:32 p.m. by Fewins, seconded by Nelson, and carried by unanimous vote.
Chairman Clerk

Hound Nutrition: Entrepreneur Venture For Young Woman

Hound Nutrition owner, Haven Kelly, right, stands in front of the snack shop with Abbygail Profitt, one of four employees. Profit is from Joplin, MO.

Haven Kelly was 19 when she opened Hound Nutrition in downtown Fort Scott in August 2020.

The young entrepreneur said she saw an opportunity and “went for it. There is not a nutrition shop in Fort Scott.”

An entrepreneur is a person who organizes and manages any enterprise, especially a business, usually with considerable initiative and risk.  Kelly’s dad, David Owens, is a silent partner in the business.

“He comes on weekends and helps out,” Kelly said. “He supports me in every way possible.”

Kelly is from Blue Jacket, OK, her dad is from Welch, OK.

Hound Nutrition sells snacks, meal replacements, and all manner of teas at the shop.

One side of the Hound Nutrition Menu.

“We use Herbal Life Nutrition, the number one nutrition company in the world,” Kelly said.

“We do protein waffles, donuts and cake pops,” she said.

Today,  Oct. 14 the shop is having its first Waffle Wednesday.

“We will sell them until we run out,” she said. “I’m super excited.”

On Thursdays, the shop personnel sells mega teas for the price of a medium, and on Saturdays, one can buy five to-go teas for $25, she said.

This Friday evening is the start of game nights at the shop, Kelly said.

“Card games, board games, Jenga, corn hole and tic/tac/toe,” she said.

“I’ll be open to play some games and hang out,” Kelly said. “It starts  Oct. 16, open until 8-9 p.m.

Regular hours are Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Kelly is on the Fort Scott Community College softball team.

New Grant Will Help Local Businesses With Internet Presence: Application Deadline Oct. 31

Kress Building, 17 S. Main, August 2020.

A local business resource center was brought to fruition because of the COVID-19 Pandemic.

“The idea of a business resource center being needed became abundantly clear around March or April,” Jody Hoener, Bourbon County Economic Director said.  “Businesses were scrambling, trying to maintain or adapt as required, trying to keep their heads above water, all while attempting to navigate the very complex financial relief offered by the (U.S.)Small Business Administration and others.  Just raising awareness of the opportunities and making critical connections to financial institutions for relief became a full-time job, let alone helping owners fill out applications.”

Jody Hoener, Bourbon County Economic Development Director. Submitted photo.

B-WERC Formed

The local program, called the Bourbon County Workforce and Entrepreneur Resource Center (B-WERC),  was funded through Kansas’ Strengthening People and Revitalizing Kansas program, which was from money dispursed through the U.S. Cares Act Relief, all of these COVID-19 related measures by the layers of government.

Its purpose is to address current and immediate COVID-19 Pandemic related needs to assist business, encourage economic activity, and address unemployment, according to Hoener.

“I realized that the solution of throwing money at the problem was a very short term fix,” Hoener said. ” Businesses need customers for long term sustainability. The value in an increased online presence was highlighted more than ever during this pandemic. Restaurants were developing online solutions for curbside or delivery services as they were forced to close down. Other retailers were developing online solutions to get their products in the hands of customers. Distance learning, telework, or telehealth became a forced reality.”

Partnerships

“Other partnerships and resources are available through the Fort Scott Area Chamber of Commerce and the Fort Scott Community College,” she said. “The chamber will assist the county in coordinating and promoting. Fort Scott Community College will be offering community classes in B-WERC on social media and other skills. Classes will be hands-on with available laptops for each participant. Telework and distance learning stations will be available for community members who need access to high-speed internet.”

Fort Scott Community College.

 

“We will provide 20 qualified businesses free website building with expert assistance in value propositions and messaging critical to branding,” Hoener said.

 

A partnership with the Small Business Development Center at Pittsburg State University will assist businesses to obtain needed capital and provide business planning assistance for sustainability, Hoener said.

See the source image
Pittsburg State University.

 

“These incredibly valuable services, in addition to marketing or industry reports, will be readily available,” she said.  “This unique assistance will give businesses the needed help to build sustainable models.”

Entrepreneurs

“Many times communities who experience high unemployment rate will in turn see high entrepreneurship rates,” Hoener said. “For those  (who are) unemployed and have great ideas to start their own business, this will give them the tools and know-how to move forward successfully.”

Job-Seeking

“A job seeking service will also be available onsite through another partner, KansasWorks, two times a week,” she said.

Childcare, An Important Component

“Childcare centers and daycares have high standards to maintain licensures.  One requirement is to meet continuing education requirements. Although continued education for staff is clearly a need, it can create a burden on the facilities in scheduling, costs, and human resources.  It is estimated there are approximately 15 illegal daycare providers in our county.  Through our partner KansasWorks, B-WERC will be implementing a program that will offer to work with the childcare centers and daycares to meet credentialing requirements of continuing education hours.  A program will be implemented to incentivize illegal care to become legal.  Childcare is critical to keep our workforce working.” Hoener said.

The B-WERC office will be located on the second floor of the old Kress building at 17 S. Main in downtown Fort Scott. The office is expected to be open Nov. 2, according to Hoener.

The street-level floor of the building will house a grocery store.

The store owner, BAJA Investments, LLC, was also a recipient of the SPARK grant program. To see the story on that, click below:

New Grocery Store In Downtown Fort Scott Is Coming

Bourbon County Website Building and Marketing Grants Program Parameters

The grants will be scored and consequently awarded on a first come first serve basis to those that are eligible, according to Hoener. Applications will remain open until October 31, 2020. The grant will be awarded until 20 qualified businesses have been awarded.

Who Is Eligible

  • For businesses located within Bourbon County, priority will be given to those businesses with a physical location.
  • The business must currently have minimal (basic) to no online or website presence.
  • Grants are for businesses who have experienced business disruptions as a result of the COVID 19 pandemic and will benefit from an increased online presence through any or all of the following:
    • Increased foot traffic
    • Encouraging tourism activities
    • Enhance or enable online scheduling (i.e. curbside, delivery, hair appointments)
    • Enhance or enable online sales
    • Raise awareness of critical structures in the community (i.e. Food Access, Child Care, etc.)
  • The applicant must be willing to spend a minimum of 5-10 hours over the next several months working with The Bureau of Small Projects staff.
  • Non-profits are not eligible under this program
  • The County reserves the right to request additional documentation

How to Apply

Applications are online at Bourboncountyks.org/spark

Contact info:

Jody Hoener, Economic Development Director

620-215-5725

210 South National

Fort Scott, KS 66701

jhoener@bourboncountyks.org

Once an application is submitted, Fort Scott Area Chamber of Commerce President, Lindsay Madison, and Bourbon County Economic Development Director will review, Hoener said. The application will be scored to determine if the application meets minimum standards to qualify. A follow-up email will be sent to the applicant’s business.

Lindsay Madison, Fort Scott Chamber of Commerce Executive Director. Submitted photo.

An application will only be considered once it is fully completed with all requested documentation required to support the requested funding.

Parameters

  • Grants applications will be open until October 31st.
  • Grants are awarded on a first come first serve basis to those who are eligible.
  • Grant Scoring Algorithm:

Grant Purpose: Website Building and Marketing Services for Business Impacted by the COVID 19 Pandemic

Points

Current Online Presence

 

Facebook Only

5

No Facebook or Website

5

A basic, static, webpage only

5

A dynamic web page currently exists

0

How Would an Online Presence Benefit the Applicant? (Check all that apply)

 

Increased foot traffic

5

Encourage tourism activities

5

Enhance or enable online scheduling

5

Enhance or enable online sales

5

Raise awareness of a public need such as food or childcare

5

Business Activities and Impact (Check all the Apply)

 

The business is a childcare center or daycare

5

Business sales a product that can be legally sold online

5

The business provides a service that scheduling can be done online

5

The business is located in Downtown Historic District

5

The Business encourages overnight stays

5

***Minimum score of 5 from each of the three categories is required to be determined eligible  

Process

  • A complete application must be submitted online.
  • Additional Information may be requested for clarification.
  • Economic Development Director and Chamber President will score the application and make the final determination of eligibility.
  • Economic Development Director will send congratulatory and introductory emails to The Bureau of Small Projects and the business contact.

The 2020 Gordon Parks Museum to feature Photo Contest

Contact: Kirk Sharp at 1-800-874-3722, ext. 5850
Email: kirks@fortscott.edu

Fort Scott-The Gordon Parks Museum at Fort Scott Community College, will feature a photo contest sponsored by Merl Humphrey Photography and inspired by Gordon Parks, who was a champion in the fight for social justice and racial equity. His weapon of choice was a camera to fight against racism, discrimination and poverty.

The theme of the contest, “Social Justice, Diversity and Equity” is for any amateur photographer.

Photographers are invited to capture the essence of one of the concepts and share one or two sentences on what inspired the photo.

Non-professional photographers of any age and skill level are invited to take pictures for the project and may enter up to two photos in jpeg format with less than2MB.

There will be a first place ($100), second place ($75) and third place ($50) prize and up to five honorable mentions.

All photos submitted will be on exhibit at The Gordon Parks Museum and in the Ellis Family Fine Arts Center Oct. 8 – 16, 2020. All photos will also be posted on the Gordon Parks Museum website and Facebook page.

Photographs must be submitted via e-mail to gordonparksphotocontest@fortscott.edu.

All photos must be attached in JPEG format and limit file size to less than 2 MB. All entries will be confirmed via email.

Photographers should submit (in their email) a title, along with their name, address, email, phone number and share a one or two sentence on what inspired the photo.

If under 10 years old please include parent’s information.

Photos should be received via email by Wednesday, September 30, 2020 at the latest.

For more info, click below:

photo contest flyer 2020

 

 

For more information email gordonparkscenter@fortscott.edu or by phone call 223-2700, ext. 5850.

“Always Choose Family” by Ashton Nolan was1st place winner in the 2019 Photo Contest. The theme was: “My Learning Tree, Life Lessons Learned.”

New Teacher Profile: Kevin Thomure

Kevin Thomure. Submitted photo.

Kevin Thomure, 40, is a new Fort Scott Community College History Instructor. His office is located in Bailey Hall at the college.

 

Thomure earned a Bachelor’s in Science Degree (Social Studies Education) from  Pittsburg State University, a Master’s in Science in Teaching degree (Secondary) from Pittsburg State University and a Master’s in Arts in History and Government Degree from Ashland University.

 

He has16 years teaching junior high and high school history and government classes and two years in administration for curriculum, and twelve years as an adjunct instructor in history and government.

 

His hometown is Fairland, Oklahoma.

 

Thomure has an 11-year-old son named Quincy and a 14-year-old daughter named Mya.

 

Community involvement/hobbies/interests:

Bicycling for fun and at bike ride events, supporting his kids in their sports and activities, visiting museums and historical sites, going to concerts and sporting events, and watching live theater and musicals.

 

How did you become an educator?

“I had teachers growing up who would challenge me to know more and do more with what I loved learning about.   As I grew older I also saw the difference that teachers made with students and the impact they made in the classroom.  I knew I wanted to make an impact and make a difference just like some of my favorite teachers did.  I was able to pursue my interests in history and political science while learning how to teach it and spark a learning curiosity within the classroom.  It was the best decision I ever made!”

 

 

Did someone inspire you to teach?

“I was fortunate enough to have several teachers growing up who were inspirational in making a difference with myself.  The biggest inspiration for why I went into teaching in the field of history and political science definitely has to be my grandmother.  From the early age of five, we had discussions on the Great Depression, World II, and the Vietnam War.  I still remember the tons of questions I kept asking her about everything even during presidential elections.  She always encouraged me to go learn more about it and it made for great conversations!”

 

What is the best part of teaching for you?

” I love helping and seeing the students make connections with how our past and how principles of key figures in history and the founding is relevant with every issue, situation, and action taken today.  Challenging students to think and see events and perspectives in a way they never have before is so rewarding when you do see them make connections on their own.  I enjoy playing any role I can as an educator in empowering students with knowledge and skills where they will be making their own positive impact on this world.”

 

What are the greatest challenges?

“Giving a voice to all students while creating an active learning environment can be challenging in a large classroom.  Students can be extroverted and introverted so it is important to me to make sure I can get everyone involved in learning and being heard in different ways each class.  I’m always looking to find various ways for each student to be involved in class and to be heard even if it is through a class discussion or using technology to empower each student.”

 

GED Adult Education Classes Offered at FSCC

Fort Scott Community College offers adult education classes to assist students in GED preparation, basic math and reading skills, employment skills, and college preparation and transition. Individuals who have completed the adult education classes will have the opportunity to earn a GED, Basic Computer Skills certificate, and the Kansas Work Ready certificate.

 

Adult education classes are open to students ages 16 and older. Students who are under 18 must have a Parental Waiver for Compulsory Attendance to attend class; the form can be obtained from the last school district the student attended.

 

Attendance is mandatory all days of orientation. Class times are Monday through Thursday from 9 am – 12 pm, 1 – 4 pm, and 4 – 7 pm. The adult education center is located in the Student Success Center in Bailey Hall.

 

Based on the results of your assessment during orientation, staff members will develop an individualized plan to help you achieve your goals. In order to be eligible to take the GED examination, you must have completed all of the adult education class requirements, passed all required exams, and have a valid government issued photo identification card.

 

The cost for the class is $30 and includes the ACCUPLACER college entrance exam, Northstar Digital Literacy Certification, WorkKeys Employment Skills Test, TABE assessment, and one GED Ready Practice Test. GED testing fees are not included in the class fee.  The GED test fees are $33 per subject (Math, Reasoning Through Language Arts, Science, Social Studies) which can be taken and paid for separately; due when you register for the test.

 

Upon successful completion of the examination, the student will be issued a diploma by the Kansas State Department of Education.

 

I am currently trying to build back my face-to-face classroom but I also offer online classes.  These classes could be for students lacking a diploma OR for anyone needing to review their basic reading and/or math skills.  I have had students take my class to prepare better for college entrance, to qualify for a program such as KansasWorks, or to even just learn how to use a computer and brush up on technology skills.  Students CAN enroll in the ABE class if they lack basic skills, even if they have a HS diploma or GED.

 

I am accepting students that are ready to learn.  They would just need to contact me to schedule an appointment to fill out paperwork and take the TABE pre-assessment.  If students are not ready to start right away, our next orientation will be in September.  If you know someone that is interested, please send them my way.

 

Thank you!

Aubrey Duft

ABE/GED Instructor at FSCC

aubreyd@fortscott.edu

(620)223-2700 Ext. 4400