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Classified Staff Council of Bluefield State College Minutes

December 14, 2005

Members Present: Carol Baldwin, Joan Buchanan, Kim Daniels, Daniel "Frosty" Frost, Tracy Goss, Fred Hardee, Lisa Neel, Jeff Noe, Michele Noe, and Berreda Ratliff.

Visitors Present: Tom Harrison.

Please note that this meeting was originally scheduled for December 8 but had to be rescheduled because we did not have a quorum.

Chair, Carol Baldwin called the meeting to order at 2:00 in room 202F of the P.E. building.

* The AFT representative happened to be on campus today and asked to present information on their legislative agenda and petition they are starting regarding the proposed PEIA increase.

I. Minutes – There was an error in the November meeting minutes regarding the BOG report of there being 8 housing vendors approved, that number should have been 6. A motion to accept the meeting minutes from the November 17, 2005 meeting with changes was made and seconded by Buchanan/Goss, all were in favor.

II. The question was raised as to which chemicals were supposedly spilled that caused the science labs to be closed last semester. It was noted that the chemicals were not spilled, they were improperly marked (not marked at all) and that one of the chemicals was mercury. It was not known at this time what the other chemical was.

III. New Business- There was no new business to be discussed.

IV. Reports

A. Board of Governors-Frosty reported that there will be a new position created in the R & D Corporation that will be Title III funded for 1 year. As part of the board’s discussion of that position, it was stated that Frosty understood that 1 year of education will be equal to 1 year of experience. It was brought to the attention of the BOG that there is no classified member on that board. A committee was formed to look at the funding for staff raises. Anne Crowe and James Palmer were named as the new members to the board.

B. Personnel Development-Lisa reported that the spring requests had been approved and that the committee was still in the process of revising governing policies.

C. ACCE-Fred reported that he was not able to attend the last ACCE meeting because it was scheduled for the same day as the College Council meeting. ACCE did make the

 

power point presentation to HEPC in December. They are still working on brochures to be given out to legislators during the next session. He said that he was quite impressed with the representation of teachers at the PEIA rally.

D. Flower Fund-Anita was not able to attend the meeting but sent report that the balance in the flower fund account is $444.50.

E. Holiday Lights Committee-Michele stated that due to the issues at hand, she would not be addressing this further.

F. Social/Activities Committee-Although there was not much to report on, there was

discussion about having future meetings at off campus sites.

F. Wellness Committee-Lisa reported that Roy has been working with pathways to

wellness on a walking and swimming plan that would call for walking 100 miles in

100 days or swimming 20 miles in 100 days. The nursing department has agreed to

offer blood pressure and blood sugar testing once a month. Roy has begun doing a

wellness newsletter once a month with the first one already having been sent out all

users. The new treadmills have ordered and should be in after the first of the year.

One was paid for by Campus Life and the other by SGA. There will be a health fair

in April. The Lunch to Learn will continue monthly. The committee is hoping to

offer Water Aerobics again next semester as well as yoga but had problems this

semester because by the end of the class, the attendance had dwindled too low to

justify the class. Roy has been in contact with Darrell Bailey to try to set up a

Women’s Self Defense class on campus. Any suggestions of activities to be offered

on campus are welcomed, ie. line dancing.

V. Next meeting/Adjournment

The date and time for the next meeting has not been set, but it was suggested that it be held the third week of the month as not to conflict with registration.

With no further business to discuss, the meeting was adjourned by Carol.

Minutes submitted by Michele Noe

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