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School Board of Clay County
Teacher Inservice Center, 2233 Village Square Parkway, Fleming Island, FL
January 6, 2022 - Regular School Board Meeting
Date: Jan 06 2022 (6:00 p.m.)
Student Showcase  (Lakeside Elementary Chorus (Rebekah Gaylor, Music Teacher))
Invocation  (Pastor Russell Franklin, Hickory Grove Baptist Church, Green Cove Springs )
Pledge of Allegiance
Call to Order  (Present: Janice Kerekes, District 1; Mary Bolla, District 2, Beth Clark, District 3; Tina Bullock, District 4; Ashley Gilhousen, District 5; Superintendent David Broskie)
Recognitions and Awards
1. Schools Recognized as Model Schools for Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support

Superintendent Broskie recognized schools earning the Resilience Award for the 2020-2021 School Year from the Florida Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Committee.  These schools successfully implemented a school-wide systematic approach to teaching and managing behavior to provide ongoing academic, social, and behavioral supports within every unique classroom.

  • Doctors Inlet Elementary
  • Keystone Heights Elementary
  • Tynes Elementary
  • Wilkinson Elementary
  • Oakleaf High
2. Recognition of 2021-2022 School Related Employee of the Year and Teacher of the Year Semi-finalists
Semifinalists Presentation.pdf

Makayla Buchanan, Executive Director of Clay Educational Foundation, recognized the following Teacher of the Year and School-Related Employee of the Year semifinalists for 2021-2022:

Teacher of the Year Semifinalists:

  • Anita Whitin (Coppergate Elementary)
  • Ashley Hicks (Discovery Oaks Elementary)
  • Kristen Tully (Fleming Island Elementary)
  • Melissa Matz (Lakeside junior High)
  • Jordan Hobbs (Middleburg High)
  • Stephanie Navarro (Plantation Oaks Elementary)
  • Bradley Garner (RideOut Elementary)
  • Jesseca Compertore (Shadowlawn Elementary)
  • Cheryl Saoud (W. E. Cherry Elementary)
  • Kathryn Wright (Wilkinson Elementary)

School-Related Employee of the Year Semifinalists:

  • Jacquelin Edwards (Clay Hill Elementary)
  • Melissa Holt (Fleming Island Elementary
  • Molly McNeill (Fleming Island High)
  • Josephine Cayanan (Grove Park Elementary)
  • Rebecca Triplett (Middleburg High)
  • Tami Shumway-King (Oakleaf Village Elementary)
  • Martina Moore (Oakleaf High)
  • Gretta Gillis (Swimming Pen Creek Elementary)
  • Erica Terry (Ridgeview High)
  • Shannon Benedict (Wilkinson Junior High)
3. Recognition of Academic Team Champions

Treasure Pickett, Director of K-12, recognized the following Academic Team Champions:

Junior High Division Champions (Lakeside Junior High), Coach - Richard Maly

  • Cody Jernigan
  • Garrett Johnson
  • Kennedy Keuning
  • Alex Kirk
  • Conner McClelland
  • Anatalia Moya
  • Sarah Page
  • Reece Schirmer
  • Hayden Skrzypczak
  • Kristal Torres

Junior Varsity District Champions (Middleburg High), Coach - Collin Markum

  • Joshua Millwood
  • Mia Utsler
  • Tyler Collins
  • Lily Phillips
  • Rhemy Wheeler
  • Seth Straub

High School Varsity District Champions (Oakleaf High), Coach - Gregory Martin

  • Joseph Antonacci
  • Sarah Motley
  • Veronica Ramos
  • Elvin Si
  • George Shearer
  • Reagan Gorton
  • Rebekkah Hudson
  • Haley Copeland
  • Haley Graham
  • Marshall Walton
  • Olivia Votava
  • Aidan Papke
  • Colin Milbrandt
  • Caylin Volpe
  • Sophia Cherkashyna
  • Haley Euwema

Superintendent Broskie also recognized Kenneth Remsen, Academic Team District Coach for the dedicated service with which he has supported the academic team.

Presenters  (None)
School Showcase  (Lakeside Elementary (Dawn Wolfe, Principal))
Presentations from the Audience (Public Comment)
4. Public Comment

There were no public speakers.

Consent Agenda
5. C1 - Minutes of Student Discipline Hearings and Regular Meeting on December 9, 2021
2021 Dec 9 Regular Mtg.pdf
2021 Dec 9 Student Hearings.pdf (Confidential)
6. C2 - Controlled Open Enrollment (COE) Plan for the 2022-2023 School Year
Clay County District Schools COE Plan_ 2022-23 SY.pdf
7. C3 - 2022 Exceptional Student Education Extended School Year (ESY) Calendar
Extended School Year Services (ESY) 2022 Summer Calendar.pdf
Human Resources
8. C4 - Personnel Consent Agenda
Personnel Consent Agenda 1.6.2022 (4).pdf
9. C6 - Ratification of the 2021-2022 Amendment to the 2020-2022 Master Contract between the Clay Educational Staff Professional Association and the Clay County School Board
2021-2022 CESPA Ratification Summary (2).pdf
10. C5 - Ratification of the 2022-2024 Master Contract between the Clay County Education Association and the Clay County School Board
2021-2022 CCEA Ratification Summary.pdf
Instruction-Academic Services
11. C7 - K-12 Academic Services Out of State and Overnight Student Travel
Jan 2022 - Student Travel.pdf
12. C8 - Amendment to the 2021-22 Dual Enrollment Articulation Agreement Between the School Board of Clay County and District Board of Trustees St. Johns River State College
Jan 2022 - Amendment to 2021-22 SJRSC Dual Enrollment Agreement.pdf
Executed Amendment to 21-22 SJRSC Dual Enrollment Agreement.pdf
Instruction-Adult Education
13. C9 - Approve an Addendum to an Educational Affiliation Agreement between St. Vincent’s Health System, Inc and The School Board of Clay County, Florida.
Addendum_St. Vincent's.pdf
Executed Addendum St. Vincent's Health.pdf
Instruction-Instructional Resources
2022 6-12 Mathematics Adoption NOTICE OF APPROVAL TO ADVERTISE SB Policy (2).pdf
6-12 Math Adoption - Links to publisher materials.pdf
Business Affairs
15. C11 - Proposed Allocation Changes for 2021-22
21 22 Allocation Summary - January 6, 2022.pdf
Business Affairs-Accounting
16. C12 - Monthly Financial Reports for November, 2021
November 2021 Board Monthly Financial Report.pdf
November 2021 Board Monthly Property Report.pdf
Contracts 50 Thousand and Greater.pdf
17. C13 - Budget Amendment Report for October 31, 2021
Budget Amendment October 2021.pdf
18. C14 - Budget Amendment Report for November 30, 2021
Budget Amendment November 2021.pdf
Business Affairs-Property
19. C15 - Deletion of Certain Items Report - December, 2021
Deletion Report-December, 2021.pdf
Business Affairs-Purchasing
20. C16 - BID Renewal
21. C17 - Facilitron, Inc. Online Facilities Rental Storefront Agreement
220055 Facilitron Agreement SIGNED by Facilitron on 11_19_2021 & Addendum A SIGNED 10_6_2021.pdf
Executed Facilitron Contract #220055.pdf
22. C18 - Pre-Qualification of Contractors
Table for Board Backup Contractor Prequal, 1.6.22.pdf
23. C19 - Final (Phase III) Plans and Specifications for Spring Park Elementary School (Previously Elementary School "R")
24. C20 - Approval of the Interlocal Agreement between Clay County, Florida and the School Board of Clay County, Florida for the shared use of Pond 4A-2 related to the Sandridge Road Improvements located at Lake Asbury Elementary and Lake Asbury Junior High schools
Sandridge Road Interlocal Agreement Map.pdf
Interlocal Agreement for Sandridge Road Improvements 1.6.22.pdf
Adoption of Consent Agenda
25. Adoption of Consent Agenda
Motion to Adopt Consent Agenda
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Janice Kerekes
Second: Tina Bullock
Janice Kerekes - Aye
Ashley Gilhousen - Aye
Mary Bolla - Aye
Tina Bullock - Aye
Beth Clark - Aye
CCEA Update  (Victoria Kidwell)
CESPA Update  (Lonnie Roberts)
Superintendent's Update and Presentations
26. Superintendent's Update
SB Superintendent's Update 1-6-2022.pdf

Superintendent Broskie shared the attached visual presentation highlighting the following:

  • Back to School for the Second Semester
  • School of the Month Nominations
  • Controlled Open Enrollment for School 2022 - 2023
  • Graduation Rate for 2020 - 2021
  • COVID-19 Protocols for 2021 - 2022
Discussion Agenda
27. D1 - 2022 Legislative Priorities
2022 Legislative Priorities.pdf

A motion to approve 2022 Legislative Priorities was made by Mrs. Gilhousen, seconded by Mrs. Clark.  Following board member discussion, Mrs. Gilhousen and Mrs. Clark rescinded their motions and an amended motion was made.

Board members discussed and instructed a revision to be made relative to the first bullet point under Career and Technical Education, revising the salary amounts of this bullet point to be reflected "as an example" in order to provide greater clarity.

Alice Paulk, Supervisor of Career and Technical Education, provided additional information re the proposed work-based learning programs, indicating that the programs proposed have been under discussion for several years and flowed from a comprehensive local needs assessment. 

Discussion also included the feasibility of a cosmetology program, the expansion of career dual-enrollment through a local technical college, and the need to be equitable with the academies throughout the district.

Motion to Approve 2022 Legislative Priorities with the added language of "for example" in the first CTE bullet point, referencing salary amounts
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Ashley Gilhousen
Second: Beth Clark
Janice Kerekes - Aye
Ashley Gilhousen - Aye
Mary Bolla - Aye
Tina Bullock - Aye
Beth Clark - Aye
Human Resources
28. D2 - Human Resources Special Action A
Special Action A 1.6.2022 (1).pdf (Confidential)
Motion to Approve Human Resources Special Action A
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Janice Kerekes
Second: Beth Clark
Janice Kerekes - Aye
Ashley Gilhousen - Aye
Mary Bolla - Aye
Tina Bullock - Aye
Beth Clark - Aye
29. D3 - Human Resources Special Action B

There was no Human Resources Special Action B.

30. D4 - Human Resources Special Action C
31. D5 - Human Resources Special Action D
Business Affairs-Purchasing
32. D6 - RFP Renewal

Mrs. Gilhousen provided CE Form 8A Memorandum of Voting Conflict for State Officers and recused herself from voting on this item.

Motion to Approve RFP Renewal
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Beth Clark
Second: Tina Bullock
Janice Kerekes - Aye
Ashley Gilhousen - Abstain
Mary Bolla - Aye
Tina Bullock - Aye
Beth Clark - Aye
School Board Attorney Remarks  (None)
School Board Member Remarks
33. School Board Member Comments

Board members expressed understanding of current workforce and compensation challenges, congratulations to employees and students recognized at this meeting, appreciation for the new teacher supply venue made possible by Clay Educational Foundation and Garber Automall, gratitude for successful bargaining sessions, and current opportunities to attend music-related student events throughout January.

Adjournment  (7:30 p.m.)
Superintendent of Schools School Board Chair