|Teacher Inservice Center, 2233 Village Square Parkway, Fleming Island, FL|
|February 3, 2022 - Regular School Board Meeting|
Date: Feb 03 2022 (6:00 p.m.)
|Student Showcase (Oakleaf High - Chorus (Barron Rice, Music Teacher) and Band Members)|
|Invocation (Dr. Robert Ball, Oakleaf Baptist Church)|
|Pledge of Allegiance (Oakleaf High NJROTC - Presentation of Colors (Master Gunnery Sergeant Jamie Willis))|
|Call to Order (Present: Janice Kerekes, District 1; Mary Bolla, District 2, Beth Clark, District 3; Tina Bullock, District 4; Ashley Gilhousen, District 5; Roger Dailey, Chief Academic Officer (substituting for Superintendent Broskie who is attending a superintendents' training out of county)); Superintendent David Broskie (participating via teleconferencing))|
|Recognitions and Awards|
|1. Recognition of Clay County Student Athletes of the Month|
|Athletics Recognition- School Board Meeting 2_3_22 (1).pdf|
John Sgromolo, Coordinator of District Athletics, shared the attached athletics update and recognized Student Athletes of the Month who have demonstrated excellence in academics, athletics, leadership, and community involvement.
Student Athletes of the Month:
Maryn McDade (FIH) was also recognized as a State Champion in swimming.
|2. Recognition of 2021-2022 School Related Employee of the Year and Teacher of the Year Finalists|
Makayla Buchanan, Executive Director Clay Education Foundation, recognized the following finalists for Teacher of the Year and School Related Employee of the Year:
Teacher of the Year Finalists:
School Related Employee of the Year Finalists:
|3. Ceremonial Signing of the Ratified Clay County Education Association Contract|
|CCEA ARTICLE XXX- Term of Agreement.pdf|
Brenda Troutman, Assistant Superintendent Human Resources, Mary Bolla, Board Chair, and Victoria Kidwell, President Clay County Education Association, participated in a ceremonial signing of the ratified Clay County Education Association contract.
|4. Ceremonial Signing of the Ratified Clay Educational Staff Professional Association Contract|
|CESPA ARTICLE XIX TERMS OF AGREEMENT.pdf|
Brenda Troutman, Assistant Superintendent Human Resources, Mary Bolla, Board Chair, and Lonnie Roberts, President Clay Educational and Staff Professional Association, participated in a ceremonial signing of the ratified Clay Educational Staff Professional Association contract.
|5. Career and Technical Education Presentation|
|2022 CTE Month - Board Presentation.pdf|
Kelly Mosley and Alice Paulk, Supervisors of Career and Technical Education, shared the attached visual presentation highlighting the wide variety of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs offered in Clay County Schools and the role, function, and contributions of the fourteen (14) Advisory Boards that support the CTE Program Advisory Committee. Advisory Board Chairs were recognized and presented with certificates in appreciation of their contributions.
|School Showcase (Oakleaf High - Matt Boyack, Principal)|
|Presentations from the Audience (Public Comment)|
|6. Public Comment|
|7. C1 - Minutes of School Board Workshop on December 14, 2021; Student Discipline Hearings and Regular Meeting on January 6, 2022|
|2021 Dec 14 Workshop.pdf|
|2022 Jan 6 Student Hearings.pdf (Confidential)|
|2021 Jan 6 Regular Mtg.pdf|
|School Board Member|
|8. C2 - Approve the Nomination for the Citizens Advisory Committee|
|Exhibit A Nominee for Alternate.pdf|
|9. C4 - Complete Salary Schedule 2021-2022|
|2021-2022 Salary Schedule for Board Meeting 2.3.2022.pdf|
|10. C5 - Kelly Services Amendments - Substitutes|
|Proposed Clay County 2022 Exhibit A .pdf|
|11. C6 - K-12 Academic Services Out of State and Overnight Student Travel|
|Feb 2022 - Student Travel.pdf|
|12. C7 - Proclamation #22-08 to Establish February 2022 as Black History Month in Clay County Public Schools|
|Black History Month Proclamation.pdf|
|13. C8 - MOU Between University of South Florida Board of Trustees and The School Board of Clay County|
|MOU--Clay County--Dec 2021 (2).pdf|
|Executed MOU SBCC_USF.pdf|
|Instruction-Career and Technical Education|
|14. C9 - Proclamation #22-09 for Career and Technical Education Month|
|15. C10 - Affiliation Agreement between Clay County District Schools and University of Florida.|
|220070 Univ of FL (1).pdf|
|Executed 22070 Univ of FL.pdf|
|Instruction-Climate and Culture|
|16. C11 - Proclamation #22-10 for National School Counseling Week|
|2022 National School Counseling Week.docx.pdf|
|17. C12 - Dental Agreement with Baker County Health Department|
|220067 FL Dept of Health Baker Co.pdf|
|18. C13 - Updated 2020-2022 School Health Services Plan|
|220076 DOH Clay Co (1).pdf|
|19. C14 - Proposed Allocation Changes for 2021-22|
|21 22 Allocation Summary - February 3, 2022.pdf|
|20. C15 - Monthly Financial Reports for December, 2021|
|December 2021 Board Monthly Property Report.pdf|
|December 2021 Board Monthly Financial Report.pdf|
|Contracts 50 Thousand and Greater.pdf|
|21. C16 - Budget Amendment Report for December 31, 2021|
|Budget Amendment December 2021.pdf|
|22. C17 - Approval of the 2022-2023 Payroll Calendars|
|2022-23 Payroll Calendar - 9 Month.pdf|
|2022-23 Payroll Calendar - 10 Month.pdf|
|2022-23 Payroll Calendar - 11 Month.pdf|
|2022-23 Payroll Calendar - 12 Month .pdf|
|2022-23 Payroll Calendar-Summary.pdf|
|23. C18 - Deletion of Certain Items Report - January, 2022|
|Deletion Report-January, 2022.pdf|
|24. C19 - Keystone Heights Elementary School New Cafeteria/Classrooms Construction Manager Contract Award|
|Scorpio CM Contract - KHE New Cafeteria.Classrooms.pdf|
|25. C20 - Davis Demographics – Independent Services/Support Agreement for Clay County District Schools|
|Davis Demographics Contract Review Form.pdf|
|Davis Demograpics Contract.pdf|
|Davis Demographic Study.pdf|
|Executed Davis Demographics 220087.pdf|
|26. C21 - Pre-Qualification of Contractors|
|Table for Board Backup Contractor Prequal, 2.3.22.pdf|
|Adoption of Consent Agenda|
|27. Adoption of Consent Agenda|
|CCEA Update (Victoria Kidwell)|
|CESPA Update (Betsy Reagor)|
|Superintendent's Update and Presentations (None)|
|School Board Attorney|
|28. D1 - Attorney Client Session pursuant to Florida Statute 286.011(8). THIS SESSION IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC AND TO ANYONE OTHER THAN THOSE PERSONS DESIGNATED IN FLORIDA STATUTE 286.011(8).|
This item was heard last on the agenda. A recess of the public meeting was called at 8:18 p.m. and the shade meeting was held in accordance with Florida Statute 286.011(8). A court reporter was present to record the session. At the conclusion of the private session at 8:36 p.m., the regular meeting was reconvened and was subsequently adjourned at 8:37 p.m. with no further business conducted.
|29. C3 - Personnel Consent Agenda (pulled by Mrs. Bolla)|
|Personnel Consent Agenda 2 3 2022.pdf|
|Revised Portion noted by Board Chair.pdf|
Chair Bolla advised this item was pulled to Discussion due to a revision re an employee resignation being rescinded. Revised replacement pages omitting the rescinded resignation were made available by Human Resources.
|30. D2 - Human Resources Special Action A|
There were no human resources special actions.
|School Board Attorney Remarks (None)|
|School Board Member Remarks|
|31. School Board Member Comments|
Mrs. Gilhousen advised she has taken a teaching position and requested the board consider an alternate time to hold agenda review/workshops that would allow her physical attendance at those meetings. The board discussed the possibility of virtual attendance and the impact of the proposed time change on staff members. Bruce Bickner, School Board Attorney, will research and provide an opinion on the legality of a virtual option. No consensus was reached at this time.
Mrs. Bullock recognized the accomplishments of the KHH girls basketball team as well as a KHH student who presented a program about wrestling at a local Kiwanis meeting.
Mrs. Kerekes requested staff evaluate the request re the DROP extension brought up during public comment and advise the board re the feasibility of considering these requests. Students participating in science fair were recognized, and the recent loss of a valued former employee was noted.
Mrs. Clark expressed her concern for the areas of discussion addressed during public comment and indicated these items are being addressed.
Mrs. Bolla appreciated the variety of musical events and concerts this month and noted the spectacular participation of students and parents. She expressed the hope that the board will come up with an agreeable solution to Mrs. Gilhousen's meeting conflict, and would like to continue discussion re the district's position re DROP.