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FSCC Updated Agenda For Feb. 22

February 22, 2021
Board of Trustees, 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, February 22, 2021. The meeting will be held via Zoom from Fort Scott Community College.
5:30 p.m. Regular board meeting at 5:30 p.m. via Zoom link
THE AGENDA
5:30 ROLL CALL, 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 January 25, 2021, 6
C. Approval of Treasurer’s Report, Bills, and Claims, 9
D. Approval of Personnel Actions, 5
ACTION/DISCUSSION ITEMS
A. Approval of 2021-22 Academic Calendar
B. Discussion of FSCC Facility Usage by Outside Groups
C. Consideration of Honorary Associate Degree Recipient
ITEMS FOR REVIEW, 45
A. Correspondence for Review, 46
REPORTS, 47
A. Administrative Updates, 48
EXECUTIVE SESSION, 62
ADJOURNMENT, 63
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UPCOMING CALENDAR DATES:
• 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.

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 January 25, 2021.
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) Roger Copland, Assistant Football Coach, effective January 25, 2021
b) JoDee Smith, TRIO Database Manager, effective February 1, 2021
c) Bethanne Elliott, Admissions Representative, effective February 15, 2021
d) Tyler Nelson, Assistant Football Coach, effective February 22, 2021
e) Joel Leiva, MEP Service Advocate and Recruiter, effective March 1, 2021

2) Separations
a) Cody Crim, Assistant Rodeo Coach, effective 1/26/2021
b) Kim Coates, Construction Trades Instructor, effective 2/15/2021
c) Elizabeth Cazares, MEP Advocate, effective February 15, 2021

 

FSCC Trustees Meeting Postponed Feb. 15 Because of Weather

With the closers of Fort Scott Community College’s campuses tomorrow, the regular monthly board meeting scheduled for tomorrow will be postponed.
The date has not yet been determined, but it will likely be toward the end of this week or next Monday. A date will be provided once finalized.
Submitted by Juley McDaniel

FSCC Trustees Agenda for Feb. 15

February 15, 2021
Board of Trustees 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, February 15, 2021. The meeting will be held via Zoom from Fort Scott Community College.

5:30 p.m. Regular board meeting at 5:30 p.m. via Zoom link
THE AGENDA
5:30 ROLL CALL, 3
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
CALL TO ORDER, 4
A. Comments from the Chair, 4
CONSENT AGENDA, 5

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 January
25, 2021.
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) Roger Copland, Assistant Football Coach, effective January 25, 2021
b) JoDee Smith, TRIO Database Manager, effective February 1, 2021
c) Bethanne Elliott, Admissions Representative, effective February 15, 2021

2) Separations
a) Cody Crim, Assistant Rodeo Coach, effective 1/26/2021
b) Kim Coates, Construction Trades Instructor, effective 2/15/2021

A. Approval of Agenda, 5
B. Approval of Minutes of previous Regular Board Meeting conducted on January 25, 2021, 6
C. Approval of Treasurer’s Report, Bills, and Claims, 9
D. Approval of Personnel Actions, 5
ITEMS FOR REVIEW, 45
A. Correspondence for Review, 46
REPORTS, 47
A. Administrative Updates, 48
EXECUTIVE SESSION, 62
ADJOURNMENT, 63

FSCC President February Board Report

Fort Scott Community College, Board of Trustees

February Board Report
Alysia Johnston; President

Many of our sports teams and activities have begun to participate in competitions this semester.
We continue to practice mitigation procedures which include wearing a mask, maintaining a 6 feet distance when possible, minimizing the number of people at events, and other measures to
help prevent the spread of COVID-19 at our events.

We no longer print programs of the events; however, athletic virtual programs will be available at the games via QR code scan. The QR
codes will be available on our website and at the games.

Fort Scott Community College Athletic Department Attendance Policy

Admission/Ticketing

Beginning February 6, 2021 Fort Scott Community College will allow spectators to attend athletic events up to 25% fan seating capacity. This decision shall be reviewed March 1, 2021, at
which time the capacity limit may be increased, decreased, or remain steady.

Below are the capacity requirements:
• Indoor Sports: 25% fan seating capacity maximum
• Basketball – Two fans per FSCC student-athlete will be allowed on pass list. FSCC students will be allowed to attend up to the 25% capacity of the arena.
Total fan attendance not to exceed 62 total fans. No visiting team fans will be allowed.
• Volleyball – Three fans per FSCC student-athletes will be allowed on pass list. FSCC students will be allowed to attend up to the 25% capacity of the arena.
Total fan attendance not to exceed 93 total fans. No visiting team fans will be allowed.
• FSCC student-athletes are required to submit names on pass list 48 hours ahead of game time. FSCC students must present student ID in order to attend the games.
• Outdoor Sports: 25% fan seating capacity maximum where seating is clearly designated.
For those venues or areas without clearly designated seating, fans must remain socially distanced.
• No visiting fans will be allowed at FSCC outdoor events
All fans must wear masks for both indoor and outdoor venues.
• There shall be no concessions allowed
No outside food or drinks allowed.
Every effort will be made to ensure a 6-ft area marked off separating the teams and participants from the spectators.

Data Book
The Kansas Board of Regents 2021 Community College Data Book was recently released. The Data Book includes information concerning the 19 KS community colleges and breaks-out each
college specifically. Sections 1-4 of the Data Book give cumulative information for all KS community colleges concerning finance, tuition & fees, students, and faculty & staff. The last section addresses individual institutional profiles. There is a lot of good information in the data book that allows us to take a granular look at some of our 55 numbers. https://www.kansasregents.org/resources/PDF/Data/2021_Community_College_Data_
Book.pdf

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Task Force

Fort Scott Community College Head Men’s Basketball Coach Michael Cook has been chosen as a NJCAA Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Region Ambassador.
According to the NJCAA, “Ambassadors will develop a working framework to form EDI Region Committees and led their respective regions in EDI initiatives. Region Ambassadors will fill an especially important role the Region EDI Committees will play on a regional and national level.

Intentional focus will be to educate, empower, and engage our student-athletes, coaches, and athletic directors.”
Cook is currently the Chairperson of the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion at Fort Scott Community College. He has been Head Men’s Basketball Coach for 13 years and also teaches several classes.

Bridge the Gap
The DEI Task force partnered with the FSCC TRIO program and local law enforcement on a Bridging the Gap project that encourages interaction between our students, Fort Scott Police
Department, and Bourbon County Sheriff’s Department. Personnel from both the Fort Scott Police and Bourbon County Sheriff’s Department are attending weight training with students (at
5:00 a.m.) as one of the Bridge the Gap activities.

Baseball
Fort Scott Community College Head Baseball Coach John Hill III picked up his 400th career, beating Cloud Community College 2-1 in a three game series. Hill grabbed his 400th career victory Friday, Feb. 5 with 9-7 victory over Cloud. Hill is the career leader in wins at Fort Scott Community College. The Greyhounds beat Cloud 5-4 Thursday in the home, season and series opener. Greyhound baseball hosts a four-game series with Iowa Lakes Community College Friday, Feb. 12 and Saturday, Feb. 13 in Fort Scott.

Basketball
After becoming the career leader in wins last season, surpassing Hall of Fame Coach Bob Eshelbrenner with 142 wins, Fort Scott Community College Head Men’s Basketball Coach Michael Cook entered the 2021 season with 148 wins. He picked up his 150th victory with a126-73 decision over Bethel JV on Jan. 30, 2021.
Cook’s victory total now sits at 151 as the Greyhounds defeated Craig Tyson Prep 103-67 Saturday, Feb. 6. Fort Scott basketball is 3-2 on the season and faces St. Louis Community
College Wednesday, Feb. 10 at 3 p.m. The Greyhounds host Baker University JV Friday, Feb. 12 at 7 p.m.

Track
Washburn University Meet: Kailah Gilmore started the meet by winning the long jump & punching her ticket to nationals with a jump of 18’1”. This jump was a school record and NJCAA leading mark. Gilmore also finished 5th in the 60m final.
Trinity Sinegal places 2nd in the 60m & 3rd in the 200m. Punches her ticket to nationals in the 60m with a time of 7.72. She set two new school records in the 60m & 200m. Sinegal is now sitting 4th in the NJCAA for the 60m. Sinegal also finished 6th in the long jump.
Russell Mitchell breaks his own school record in the 60m Hurdles with time of a 8.20. Placing him 5th in the NJCAA.
Damazvia Dames wins the TJ with a jump of 36’5″. Dames set a new school record & punches her ticket to nationals! Placing her 4th in the NJCAA in the triple jump. Dames also finished 8th in the long jump.
The women’s 4x400m relay finished 4th while setting a new school record of 4:11.78. This relay included Rachel Booker, Jayda Jones, Kentayshija Pruitt, and Jada Sneed. Jordan Collins was the meet champion in the 200m with a time of 22.23.
Angelica Bernal set a new school record in the 800m with a time of 2:36.22

Meats Judging
Our meats team has been doing an outstanding job and was high team overall at their last two National Contests.
Lone Star Classic Results
Team:
High Team Overall
1st Beef Judging
1st Overall Beef
1st Pork Judging
1st Questions
2nd in Beef Grading
Sierra Graham:
High Individual Overall
High Individual Overall Beef (Judging and Grading)
2nd in Questions
3rd in Pork Judging
Cord Dodson:
Second High Individual Overall
Second High Individual Overall Beef (Judging and Grading)
2nd in Beef Judging
4th in Pork Judging
5th in Total Placings
Ethan Westerman:
2nd in Pork Judging
3rd in Questions
5th in Beef Grading
7th High Individual Overall
Lila Wood:
5th in Beef Judging
5th in Pork Judging
5th in Questions
8th High Individual Overall
Nick Hathaway:
2nd High Alternate
Reagan Kennon:
3rd High Alternate
Josie Parsons:
6th High Alternate
Livestock Judging Team
The team had a great trip north to South Dakota!
Sioux Empire Livestock Show Results
3rd high team overall
1st high team in sheep/goats
4th high team in cattle
6th high team in reasons
Individual Results
Logan Parker- 2nd high individual in sheep/goats
Chase DeVries- 6th high individual in sheep/goats

Esports wraps up season
Posted: Jan 05, 2021
Greyhounds in Playoffs
Madden 21 – William ‘Squilly’ Lewis – 5/3 record – #8 Overall
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate – Janus ‘Peregrine’ Belcuore – 6/2 record – #28 Overall
Regular Season Results
Overwatch Team – 3/5 record – #19 Overall
Valorant Team – 4/4 record – #15 Overall
Madden 21 – Garrett Peterson – 1/3/3 record – #32 Overall
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate – Ryan ‘Spycrab’ Hillman – 5/3 record – #35 Overall
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate – Dylan ‘GoodBoyDylan’ Graham – 5/3 record – #61 Overall
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate – Mark ‘Murikhi’ Adams – 2/6 record – #150 Overall
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate – Mackenzie ‘Lunar_Star45’ Peoples – 2/6 record – #151 Overall

Fort Scott Community College Ranks Among The Top Colleges In Kansas

Fort Scott Community College has been awarded top ranking status for Best Colleges in Kansas by Intelligent.com. Fort Scott Community College was listed among thousands of public institutions in the nation, and the comprehensive research guide is based on an assessment of 2,277 accredited colleges and universities. Each university is evaluated based on curriculum quality, graduation rate, reputation, and post-graduate employment.
The 2021 rankings are calculated through a unique scoring system which includes student engagement, potential return on investment and leading third party evaluations. Intelligent.com
analyzed 192 schools, on a scale of 0 to 100, with only 48 making it to the final list. The methodology also uses an algorithm which collects and analyzes multiple rankings into one score
to easily compare each university.

To access the complete ranking, please visit:
https://www.intelligent.com/best-colleges-in-kansas/

Black History Month
Black History Month Tribute Panel Exhibit
The Gordon Parks Museum at Fort Scott Community College, is hosting “Tribute Panel Exhibit” to celebrate Black History Month. This consists of over 80 different posters, photos, and
information of the some of the great and important Black innovators and Leaders throughout history. The exhibit also features some inspiring and moving quotes on display each day by
different people.
The “Quote of the Day” provides a great opportunity to promote educational activities throughout the month to keep black history and diversity at the forefront along with encouraging
opportunities to learn more.
For more information about “Black History Month Tribute Panel Exhibit” contact the Gordon Parks Museum at 620-223-2700 ext 5850 or visit http:www.gordonparkscenter.org/

Mayhew The Forgotten Cemetery Virtual Lunch and Learn Event
Fort Scott-The Gordon Parks Museum at Fort Scott Community College, hosted “Mayhew The Forgotten Cemetery” a presentation and discussion by Shirley Hurd and Ann Rawlins.
The presentation Explored almost 70 years of a predominantly African-American abandoned cemetery’s history in Fort Scott, KS brought back to life with displays of artifacts, research
notes, family history, maps, and aerial drone photos. The abandoned Mayhew Cemetery was active from about 1868 -1937. The Mayhew is located in Fort Scott, KS. There are no tombstones to mark the graves of at least 176 early Fort Scott and Bourbon County citizens
buried there.
A Mayhew Cemetery project fund has been established by both Shirley and Ann, in memory of the Mayhew Cemetery. The donations will be used to build a memorial stone with all the names
engraved and will be located for the public to view. Donations can be accepted by Landmark National Bank, 2300 S. Main St. Fort Scott, KS, 66071 or online via the Fort Scott Area
Chamber of Commerce website. For more information about the donation: Contact Ann Rawlins at the OFGS with any questions 620-223-3300 or ofgsks@gmail.com.
Shirley Hurd and Ann Rawlins are both members, librarians, and researchers for the Old Fort Genealogy Society in Fort Scott, KS

Activities Update
• TRiO Event at Fort Cinema 2/18
• TRiO Self-Care Workshop 2/24
• Emporia State Campus Visit 2/24
• 8-Week Courses Start 3/1
• MSSU Campus Visit 3/9
• Spring Rodeo 3/12-3/14
• Aggie Days 3/26

FSCC Trustees Minutes of Jan. 25, 2021

FORT SCOTT COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Minutes of the Board of Trustees Meeting
January 25, 2021
1PRESENT: John Bartelsmeyer, Jim Fewins (via Zoom for closing of meeting), Dave Elliott (via Zoom), Kirk Hart (via Zoom), Bill Meyer (via Zoom), and Robert Nelson (via Zoom)

ALSO PRESENT: Alysia Johnston, President, Juley McDaniel, Board Clerk (via Zoom), and staff

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

COMMENTS FROM THE CHAIR: None.
AUDIT REPORT: Terry Sercer presented the results of the FSCC annual audit, which includes financials from the FSCC Foundation. He offered an unmodified or clean opinion of the financials, stating that financials were in compliance with all state or federal statutes. He added that FSCC is a great benefit to the city to have FSCC, citing the $7 million in federals funds that flow through FSCC.
CONSENT AGENDA: A motion was made by Nelson, seconded by Elliott, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the consent agenda.
ACTION/DISCUSSION ITEMS:
A. A motion was made by Hart, seconded by Elliott, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the 2021 Men’s and Women’s basketball game management expenses for a projected total cost of $3,175.
B. A motion was made by Nelson, seconded by Hart, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the 2021 volleyball officials for a projected total cost of $1,850.
ITEMS FOR REVIEW: The Board reviewed letters of correspondence.
REPORTS:
A. ADMINISTRATIVE UPDATES: The Board reviewed and heard reports from the Gordon Parks Museum, 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
6:18 p.m. by Fewins, seconded by Elliott, and carried by unanimous vote.

FSCC Employee Fitness Center: Encouraging Healthy Living

The Fort Scott Community College Employee Fitness Center. Submitted photos.

Chelsea Yount, Fort Scott Community College Cheer Coach is also on the Healthy Bourbon County Action Team.

 

Chelsea Yount, from FSCC website.

 

The college is one of the local employers working with the Healthy Bourbon County Action Team (HBCAT)to improve health in the community.

 

When the college realized grant money was available for an employee fitness center through HBCAT, “we sprang into action to create the opportunity for physical activity  (for employees) on campus,” Yount said. “We have about 150 plus employees.”

 

The Healthy Bourbon County Action Team Grant to FSCC for the project was for $12,500.

 

“Discussion of creating a fitness center for FSCC employees began in September of 2017 and the gym opened in February of 2019,” she said. “The FSCC Employee fitness center was designed to give employees 24/hr access to a facility that would encourage healthy living and a healthy workspace.”

 

Fort Scott Community College School of Cosmetology. From the school’s website.

 

The fitness center is located in the upper level of the Fort Scott Community College School of Cosmetology, just off Horton Street.

 

The center encourages employee users to wear face masks when using the facility for COVID-19 mitigation. Sanitary wipes and spray are available to clean the equipment following use, as well.

 

 

 

FSCC Athletic Attendance Policy

Fort Scott Community College
Athletic Department Attendance Policy

Admission/Ticketing

 Beginning February 6, 2021 Fort Scott Community College will allow spectators to attend athletic events up to 25% fan seating capacity. This decision shall be reviewed March 1, 2021, at which time the capacity limit may be increased, decreased, or remain steady.

 

Below are the capacity requirements:

 Indoor Sports: 25% fan seating capacity maximum
 Basketball – Two fans per FSCC student-athlete will be allowed on pass list.

FSCC students will be allowed to attend up to the 25% capacity of the arena.

Total fan attendance not to exceed 62 total fans.

No visiting team fans will be allowed.

 Volleyball – Three fans per FSCC student-athletes will be allowed on pass list. FSCC students will be allowed to attend up to the 25% capacity of the arena. Total fan attendance not to exceed 93 total fans. No visiting team fans will be allowed.
 FSCC student-athletes are required to submit names on pass list 48 hours ahead of game time. FSCC students must present student ID in order to attend the games.

 Outdoor Sports: 25% fan seating capacity maximum where seating is clearly designated. For those venues or areas without clearly designated seating, fans must remain socially distanced.
 No visiting fans will be allowed at FSCC outdoor events
* All fans must wear masks for both indoor and outdoor venues.

 * There shall be no concession allowed
* No outside food or drinks allowed.

Every effort will be made to ensure a 6-ft area marked off separating the teams and participants from the spectators.

 Visiting Team Travel Party Limitations

 The travel party shall be limited to the numbers listed below. The travel party shall include all players, coaches, training staff, managers, bus drivers, and any other team personnel.
o Basketball: 25
o Volleyball: 25

 All members of the travel party must be screened prior to their entrance at the same time as the team.

 All team personnel must be included on the form KJCCC COVID-19 Screening: Team Personnel Greyhound Athletics

“Academic Achievement. Athletic Excellence. Community Service.”

Fort Scott Community College Ranks Among The Top Colleges In Kansas

Higher education resource guide releases the best public institution programs for 2021

Fort Scott Community College has been awarded top ranking status for Best Colleges In Kansas by Intelligent.com.

Fort Scott Community College was listed among thousands of public institutions in the nation, and the comprehensive research guide is based on an assessment of 2,277 accredited colleges and universities.

Each university is evaluated based on curriculum quality, graduation rate, reputation, and post-graduate employment.

The 2021 rankings are calculated through a unique scoring system that includes student engagement, the potential return on investment, and leading third party evaluations.

Intelligent.com analyzed 192 schools, on a scale of 0 to 100, with only 48 making it to the final list. The methodology also uses an algorithm that collects and analyzes multiple rankings into one score to easily compare each university.

 

To access the complete ranking, please visit: https://www.intelligent.com/best-colleges-in-kansas/

About Intelligent.com
Intelligent.com provides unbiased research to help students make informed decisions about higher education programs.

The website offers curated guides that include the best degree programs as well as information about financial aid, internships, and even study strategies. With comprehensive, user-friendly guides and hundreds of program rankings, Intelligent.com is a trusted source among students and prospective students.

To learn more, please visit https://www.intelligent.com/.

Mayhew The Forgotten Cemetery Virtual Lunch and Learn Event

Fort Scott Community College houses The Gordon Parks Museum.

Celebrating Black History Month

Mayhew The Forgotten Cemetery Virtual Lunch and Learn Event

The Gordon Parks Museum at Fort Scott Community College will host “Mayhew The Forgotten Cemetery” a presentation and discussion by Shirley Hurd and Ann Rawlins on Friday, February 12 at 11:00 am virtual on Zoom.

Members of the community and the public are invited to attend the free Zoom online program. Registration is required.

To register for the free webinar Zoom event go to:
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_SO2BHwmiRme6rgfhTBffOA

Presentation Explores almost 70 years of a predominantly African-American abandoned cemetery’s history in Fort Scott, KS brought back to life with displays of artifacts, research notes, family history, maps, and aerial drone photos.

The abandoned Mayhew Cemetery was active from about 1868 -1937. The Mayhew is located in Fort Scott, KS. There are no tombstones to mark the graves of at least 176 early Fort Scott and Bourbon County citizens buried there.

A Mayhew Cemetery project fund has been established by both Shirley and Ann, in memory of the Mayhew Cemetery.

The donations will be used to build a memorial stone with all the names engraved and will be located for the public to view.

Donations can be accepted by Landmark National Bank, 2300 S. Main St. Fort Scott, KS, 66071 or online via the Fort Scott Area Chamber of Commerce website.

For more information about the donation: Contact Ann Rawlins at the OFGS with any questions at 620-223-3300 or ofgsks@gmail.com.

Shirley Hurd and Ann Rawlins are both members, librarians, and researchers for the Old Fort Genealogy Society in Fort Scott, KS

For more information about “Mayhew The Forgotten Cemetery” contact the Gordon Parks Museum at 620-223-2700 ext 5850 or visit http:www.gordonparkscenter.org/
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Agenda For FSCC Board of Trustees Meeting Jan. 25

January 25, 2021
Board of Trustees
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, January 25, 2021. The meeting will be held via Zoom from Fort Scott Community College.

5:30 p.m. Regular board meeting at 5:30 p.m. via Zoom link

THE AGENDA
5:30 ROLL CALL, 3
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
CALL TO ORDER, 4
A. Comments from the Chair, 4
B. Audit Report – Terry Sercer, 4
CONSENT AGENDA, 5
A. Approval of Agenda, 5
B. Approval of Minutes of previous Regular Board Meeting conducted on December 14, 2020, 6
C. Approval of Treasurer’s Report, Bills, and Claims, 9
D. Approval of Personnel Actions, 5
E. Approval of Gordon Parks Museum Board Membe, 5
ACTION/DISCUSSION ITEMS, 44
A. Approval of Basketball Game Management Payments, 44
B. Approval of Volleyball Game Management Payments, 45
ITEMS FOR REVIEW, 46
A. Correspondence for Review, 47
REPORTS, 49
A. Administrative Updates, 50
EXECUTIVE SESSION, 63
ADJOURNMENT, 64
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UPCOMING CALENDAR DATES:
• 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.

To view the entire board of trustees packet, click below

1.25.21 Consent Agenda(1)

FSCC Board of Trustees Minutes of Dec. 14, 2020

FORT SCOTT COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Minutes of the Board of Trustees Meeting, December 14, 2020
PRESENT: John Bartelsmeyer, Jim Fewins (via Zoom), Dave Elliott (via Zoom), Kirk Hart (via Zoom), Bill Meyer (via Zoom), and Robert Nelson (via Zoom for executive session and closing of meeting)

ALSO PRESENT: Alysia Johnston, President, Juley McDaniel, Board Clerk (via Zoom), and staff

Chairman Bartelsmeyer called the meeting to order at 5:40 pm. The meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance.
COMMENTS FROM THE CHAIR: None.
CONSENT AGENDA: A motion was made by Fewins, seconded by Meyer, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the consent agenda.

ACTION/DISCUSSION ITEMS:
A. A motion was made by Meyer, seconded by Hart, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the sale of the she-shed constructed by Construction Trades program students at CTEC.
B. A motion was made by Elliott, seconded by Fewins, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the disposal of all broken, damaged, or non-functional technology equipment.
C. A motion was made by Meyer, seconded by Elliott, and carried by unanimous vote to accept the cloud based phone system proposal from Allegiant.

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

EXECUTIVE SESSION: A motion was made by Elliott, seconded by Hart, and carried by unanimous vote to adjourn to executive session for thirty minutes beginning at 6:25 pm for the preliminary discussion of the acquisition of real property. At 6:55 pm a motion was made by Hart, seconded by Nelson, and carried by unanimous vote to return to open session.

ADJOURNMENT: There being no further business to come before the Trustees, a motion to adjourn was made at 6:57 p.m. by Meyer, seconded by Elliott, and carried by unanimous vote.

 

To view the entire board of trustees packet, click here.

1.25.21 Consent Agenda(1)