Minutes

Planning Committee Meeting Notes 3/16/2018

Meeting participants: Willa, David, Fatimah, Richard, Dan, Lauren, Les, Wallace, Pauline, Edwin, Charity REVIEW AGENDA & MEETING NOTES ALUMNI RELATIONS Mailed 70ish invitations to alumni about the book interviews; Fatimah only received 2 responses. This could because of bad experiences in the past. Would like to get suggestions on how to engage in outreach, to  Continue Reading »

 

Planning Committee Meeting Notes 2/9/2018

Meeting participants: Willa, David, Fatimah, Richard, Dan, Lauren, Les REVIEW AGENDA & MEETING NOTES ALUMNI RELATIONS We’ve lost an alum this year: Fox Koon (Ms. Gardenheight’s brother); and 2 last year We received an invitation from Marti Rosner & Frye Gaillard who are writing a children’s picture book; would like to interview alumni for material.  Continue Reading »

 

Planning Committee Meeting Notes – 11/10/2017

Meeting Participants: Willa, David, Fatimah, Richard, Pauline, Edwin, Charity, Les, Lauren ALUMNI RELATIONS: no update Fatimah visited the Transportation Museum in Spencer, NC. They did a good job of displaying her grandfather’s jacket as a part of its train exhibit. Willa asked if there’s an update on getting the school’s copy of the Rosenwald documentary.  Continue Reading »

 

Planning Committee Meeting Notes 10/13/2017

Meeting Participants: Willa, David, Dan, Fatimah, Oralene, Les, Scott, Richard, Lauren; Pam, April (Western Carolina Univ.) WCU HERITAGE MUSEUM I-26 Welcome Center Exhibit: The mission of the WCU Heritage Museum is centered around Connecting People with Local History. The approach is 3-pronged: build bridges between the college and the community, rooted in community and serve  Continue Reading »

 

Planning Committee Meeting Notes – 6/2/2017

Meeting Participants: Willa, David, Charity, Pauline, Edwin, Fatimah, Omar, Les, Richard, Lauren ALUMNI RELATIONS Ms. Gardenheight and Fatimah participated in the last alumni meeting in Asheville. They spoke about increasing attendance; may need to have food and music. Lauren is halfway done with the excel spreadsheet that has friends/supporters contact info. She plans to upload  Continue Reading »

 

Planning Committee Meeting Notes – 4/14/2017

Meeting Participants: Willa, David, Charity, Pauline, Edwin, Fatimah, Les, Lauren   ALUMNI RELATIONS Fatimah mailed approx. 60 letters to alumni, letting them know about both the Asheville and Mars Hill meetings. She also is trying to get email addresses; will only send out emails as events pop up (work days, meetings, etc.). Except for Fatimah,  Continue Reading »

 

Planning Committee Meeting Notes – 3/10/2017

Meeting Participants: Willa, David, Pauline, Edwin, Edwin, Dan, Lauren, Omar, Fatimah, Richard, Les WELCOME/REVIEW OF AGENDA & MTG NOTES 7 years ago today, the Anderson School meetings began in March 2010. The October 2009 Madison County School Board mtg. minutes includes a discussion on the Anderson School. Willa requested copies of emails from Richard and  Continue Reading »

 

Minutes – February 10, 2017

Meeting Notes 2/10/2107 Meeting Participants: Willa, Charity, Dorothy, David, Pauline, Edwin, Dan, Lauren, Omar, Fatimah. TECHNOLOGY DEMO Paul from Madison County Schools’ IT Dept gave a demonstration of the IT equipment available at the school. The costs of laptops have gone down substantially within the last 6-12 months. Projectors USTP (ultra short throw projector) costs  Continue Reading »

 

Minutes – October 14, 2016

Meeting was held in the Anderson School and started at 10:10. IT Plan: The committee gave a tour of the school rooms to the IT personnel at the Madison County School system. There will be one room that is a representation of a historic school. The two remaining rooms will be “learning rooms” with modern  Continue Reading »

 

Minutes from September 2016

September 9, 2016 Simone has permanently moved to Florida. She will work on updating print materials. Alumni Update: Fatimah provided an update on homecoming. Wi-fi access was not available, [but was able to show video tape from exhibit?]. Received final check payment from Marilyn King. She had a chance to the see her family’s window  Continue Reading »