FSCC July 18 Consent Agenda and Minutes of June 20 Trustees Meeting

CONSENT AGENDA
A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

B. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS

1) Attached are the minutes of the Board Training and Regular Board Meeting
conducted on June 20, 2022.

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a) Jordan Howard, Director of Nursing – rescinded previously approved
resignation

b) Shelbie Trotnic, National PASS Coordinator, effective July 1, 2022

c) Conner Vernon, Agriculture Instructor/Livestock Judging Coach, effective
July 12, 2022

d) Celina Moses, Financial Aid Officer, effective July 27, 2022

e) Alexander Chesney, Music Instructor, effective August10, 2022

2) Separations

a) Sara Holder, Nursing Instructor, effective June 30, 2022

b) Janet Reynolds, National PASS Coordinator, effective June 30, 2022

c) Juan Gavette, Agriculture Instructor/Livestock Judging Coach, effective
July 8, 2022

3) Transfers

a) Sarah Smith, from Financial Aid Officer to Foundation Assistant

RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended that the Consent Agenda items be approved as
presented.

BOARD ACTION: MOTION _____ SECOND _____ VOTE _____

DISCUSSION:

VOTE: Bartelsmeyer Elliott Fewins

Hart Holt Nelson
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FORT SCOTT COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Minutes of the Board of Trustees Meeting
June 20, 2022

PRESENT: John Bartelsmeyer, Jim Fewins, Kirk Hart, Bryan Holt, and Robert Nelson

ALSO PRESENT: Alysia Johnston, President, Juley McDaniel, Board Clerk, faculty, staff, and CTEC Board
members

Chairman Bartelsmeyer called the meeting to order at 5:35 p.m in Cleaver-Burris-Boileau Hall. The meeting was
opened with the Pledge of Allegiance.

COMMENTS FROM THE CHAIR: None.

COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC: Jack Milligan spoke on behalf of the Legacy Football group who is
requesting items from the football program.

CDL PROGRAMMING UPDATE: Brian Brunt, Kansas State CDL Coordinator, discussed the benefits of CDL
programming returning to FSCC, incorporating ELDT and third party testing. Mr. Brunt has provided the
curriculum and his staff will come and proxy test the applicants on site if there are 10 or more ready to test. Their
mobile site will be enabled if 15 or more are ready to test. FSCC is being given approval to continue to pursue the
plan for working with businesses and the ability to include busses in the training and testing.

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

Fewins made a motion to add Item R, Consideration of Gym Floor Resurface and Repair Bids to the agenda. The
motion was seconded by Hart, and carried by unanimous vote.

EXECUTIVE SESSION:

A motion was made by Nelson, seconded by Fewins, and carried by unanimous vote to move to executive session
for 15 minutes beginning at 6:15 p.m. for consultation with an attorney for the public body or agency which would
be deemed privileged in the attorney-client relationship, with no action expected to follow. The Board invited
President Johnston and Board attorney Zackery Reynolds to join in executive session.

At 6:30 p.m. a motion was made by Nelson, seconded by Holt, and carried by unanimous vote to return to open
session.

ACTION/DISCUSSION ITEMS:

A. A motion was by made by Fewins, seconded by Nelson, and carried by unanimous vote to select the bid
from KERMP bid for FSCC’s 2022-23 Property/Casualty/Auto/Excess Liability Insurance.

B. A motion was by made by Hart, seconded by Holt, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the 2022-23
Board meeting dates as presented.

C. A motion was by made by Nelson, seconded by Fewins, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the
continuation of the KSDE MEP special project for 2022-23.

D. A motion was by made by Nelson, seconded by Fewins, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the
continuation of the proposed agreement between IA DOE and FSCC for 2022-23.

E. A motion was by made by Fewins, seconded by Hart, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the KASB
Worker’s Compensation Member Participation Premium Agreement.

F. A motion was by made by Fewins, seconded by Nelson, and carried by unanimous vote to approve disposal
of usable football equipment in the manner outlined.
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G. A motion was by made by Nelson, seconded by Hart, and carried by unanimous vote to table the discussion
pertaining to Legacy Football’s request for memorabilia as representatives from the college take inventory
of memorabilia and share that memorabilia list with the Legacy group.

H. A motion was by made by Fewins, seconded by Hart, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the list of
dues and memberships for 2022-23.

I. A motion was by made by Fewins, seconded by Holt, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the bid
from SEK Flooring for the purchase and installation of flooring in Greyhound Hall.

J. A motion was by made by Nelson, seconded by Hart, and carried by unanimous vote to dispose of the
identified vehicles in the specified manner.

K. A motion was by made by Fewins, seconded by Holt, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the
Culinary Memorandum of Understanding between Greenbush and FSCC.

L. A motion was by made by Fewins, seconded by Nelson, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the
proposal from SKC (AVI-SPL) for $115,275.65.

M. A motion was by made by Holt, seconded by Fewins, and carried by unanimous vote to dispose of broken,
damaged, non-functional and/or obsolete equipment with an R2 certified E-waste disposal company.

N. A motion was by made by Hart, seconded by Holt, and carried by unanimous vote to purchase a minimum
of 39 and a maximum of 42 desktop computers and monitors from Newegg Business for an amount not to
exceed $12,600, due to the fluid nature of available technology at this time.

O. A motion was by made by Fewins, seconded by Nelson, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the
quote from Lenovo Direct for $40,841.85 for the purchase of CAMP laptops.

P. A motion was by made by Fewins, seconded by Holt, and carried by unanimous vote to approve exceeding
revenue neutral rate, if necessary, as explained in the background of the agenda item.

Q. A motion was by made by Fewins, seconded by Hart, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the Hill
Street Athletic Center roof bid from Washington Roofing for $38,950 with a 10-year warranty.

R. A motion was by made by Fewins, seconded by Nelson, and carried by unanimous vote to approve the
quote from Gool Ol’ Boys for $12,150 for the annual resurface and repair of the gym floor.

ITEMS FOR REVIEW: The Board reviewed items of correspondence.

REPORTS:

ADMINISTRATIVE UPDATES: The Board reviewed and heard updates from the Gordon Parks Museum, Miami
County Campus, Instruction, Finance and Operations, Student Affairs, and the President.

ADJOURNMENT: There being no further business to come before the Trustees, a motion to adjourn was made at
8:49 p.m. by Nelson, seconded by Hart, and carried by unanimous vote.

Chairman Clerk
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