MESA BOARD MEETING AGENDA
November 6th, 2008
Retreat Status – Honorarium Money
17 participants, went very well, session 2: 17th or 31st of January, prefer 31st
We have $320 available—buy books for the grad writing retreat, Elements of Style, or Concise APA handbook
Kyle on reporting
Georgia center 200 for room
so still $100 surplus
– Timeline suggestions?
Assistantship for this? $800
We are keeping it
law concerning budget money
Don’t use meas $ for personal
No volunteers last year, get a direction for this year, make contacts, Clarke county person
2 regular volunteers grad students at Cedar Shoals—Erik, HeeJung
Saturday Math Academy November 8th, need mentors—Erica Fletcher—background check
Boys and Girls Club—tutoring after school
Show up off Oconnee—at 3 fell through crack
Cythnia: Math Night at Cleveland Road Elementary—need extra help, 10 teachers, next Thursday, 5-7
Math bags to check out and
take home to parents,need bilinguial help
15 books 39.95
Dvd set, 256.21
38.04 15 books at 15.47 and
297.50 TO SPEND
2625.44 SEMI CURRENT balance
2327.94 not including the grant money
Uga fund 4970
Spent 184.75 journals
Travel reimbursement 2 poepel 38.04 shipping
$1000 nctm conference
This semester 1600 colloquium, then that leave 1300 next semester
The kicker: who gets travel
Rcml—conference ein rome
georgai march 1st or 2nd weekend, proposals
Keep it at 1500
Thursday, 13th 5pm Pat Thompson 700
Monday, 1st Paul Cobb 3:30 800
Thursday, 4th 5pm
Raven McCrory --- 100 teacher preparation, Michigan State
Undergrad reps organize undergrad
colloquim—principals, come in and panel discuss, before job fair in
jan or feb.
Affiliate Rebate Program
$3 renewel, $5 new, for for
or emeritus membership—renew online
Clear 80 on book sale, have we paid for the books already?
800 sales, 75-100 profi
Maybe in jan.
Completion Certificates for Writing Seminar
The money your organization receives is considered state funds.
During the 2008 legislative
session the General Assembly passed a bill (H.B. 113), which establishes
criminal and civil penalties for the use of state funds for one’s
personal benefit. This law also applies to anyone who knowingly assists
another person in violating the law.
The criminal penalties are described below:
• Misdemeanor: If total amount of misused funds does not exceed $500.00, a person will be charged with a misdemeanor of high and aggravated nature which shall be punishable by not more than 12 months of imprisonment and a fine not to exceed $5,000.
• Felony: If the total
amount of misused state funds exceeds $500.00, a person will be charged
with a felony which shall be punishable by not less than one nor more
than 20 years of imprisonment and a fine not to exceed $50,000 or triple
the amount of such unlawful purchases, whichever is greater.
If you would like to find out more information about this bill, a meeting with Holly Schramski about HB 1113 has been scheduled for Wednesday February 25 from 8:30am to 12:30pm in G5 Aderhold Hall.