School Organization: United 4 Youth Countywide 3.6.18

Submitted by United 4 Youth Countywide

The United 4 Youth Countywide Board met at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 6, at the Prairie Hills USD No. 113 Board office. Board members present were Jessica Atwood, Adam Reel, Scott Anson, Nick Scott, Krista Stallbaumer and Heather Stewart. Executive Director Sarah Renyer also was present.

The board approved the February minutes.

Scott gave the treasurer’s report. He stated that the commissioner’s check for the first quarter has been received, but the other check has not been received.

Scott also said that if we paid the SADD sponsors directly, we would need have them fill out 1099 forms. The board discussed the mentor coordinator payments and if we should issue 1099 forms. The discussion was tabled until the next meeting in order for Scott to check on the threshold for federal reporting.

Stewart explained that $200 would be taken out of each of the grant payments going forward, in order to cover the 5 percent given to the board at the beginning of the grant period.

Stewart also gave a brief overview of what was discussed at the workgroup meeting in February. The workgroup decided to move forward with the It Matters campaign and to increase enforcement throughout the county.

Old Business

SADD Nationals Funding & Alcohol EDU: Renyer explained that Wetmore said they are not interested in attending SADD nationals. She informed the board that she would like to ask the schools if they are interested in pursuing Alcohol EDU. Scott said there was $7,000 available to fund Alcohol EDU if the schools are interested.

Coalition Structure: Renyer and Stewart presented a different board structure based on a recommendation from Deanne Armstrong from DCCCA. The board discussed adopting a steering committee that would start in May this year with the new officers.

Stakeholder Visits: Renyer asked the board for any more ideas of stakeholders to visit with during the summer.

New Business

U4Y Board Positions/Expectations: The board looked over the expectations that were presented to them. It also was discussed what positions would be turning over this year and potential board members. The board is to email with suggestions.

Memorandum of Understanding 2018-19 Draft: Renyer explained the changes that were made to the MOU during the February workgroup meeting. The board suggested a few changes to the MOU draft. Renyer will make the changes that the board suggested and will email out the updated MOU and to get board approval.

Seneca Health Fair/Sabetha Town Hall meeting: Stallbaumer went over the details regarding town hall meeting in Sabetha and the Seneca Health Fair. Sabetha has a community needs assessment from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, March 9, at the Lutheran Church. The Nemaha Valley Community Hospital Health Fair is from 8 to 11 a.m. Saturday, April 7.

Mail System for Next Year: This discussion was tabled until next meeting, so the board can come up with ideas.

Renyer will send out an email with options for April meeting dates.

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