Agenda Plus
School Board of Clay County
District Multi-Purpose Center, Green Cove Springs (Corner of Walnut Street and Gratio Place)
June 17, 2019 - School Board Workshop
Date: Jun 17 2019 (10:00 a.m.)
Invocation  (Carol Studdard)
Call to Order  (Present: Janice Kerekes, District 1; Carol Studdard, District 2; Tina Bullock, District 3; Mary Bolla, District 4; Ashley Gilhousen, District 5; and Superintendent Addison Davis. )
Workshop Items
1. Review Draft Agenda for Regular School Board Meeting on June 27, 2019
1-June 27 Agenda Draft and Recognitions.pdf
2-Consent Items C1-C8.pdf
3-C8 Student Progression Plan 2019 - 2020 Watermark Redlined DRAFT.pdf
4-Consent Items C9-C19.pdf
5-C19 Police Department General Orders.pdf
6-Consent Items C20-C28.pdf
7-C23 SREF Inspections Elementary.pdf
8-C23 SREF Inspections High Schools, Junior High Schools and Ancillary.pdf
9-Discussion Items D1-D3.pdf
DRAFT Resolution Sales Tax Referendum.pdf
2019_2020 Student Handbook_COSC_DRAFT crosswalk to 2018-29 material_18June2019.pdf


  • Recognize 2018-2019 Retirees - approximately 100 retirees; 21 have confirmed attendance; 
  • Recognize Social Studies Teachers of the year - no discussion;


  • C1 Minutes of previous meetings - no discussion;
  • C2 Payment of Annual Dues for 2019-2020 to FADSS - no discussion;
  • C3 Payment of Annual Dues for 2019-2020 to FSBA - no discussion; 
  • C4 Personnel Consent Agenda - routine actions; 
  • C5 Daily Hours for Teachers and Students for SY 2019-2020 - no major changes over last year;
  • C6 Permission to Advertise Astronomy, Forensic, Marine and Physical Science Adoption - Electives only; 2 years ago the core curriculum was adopted;
  • C7 K-12 Student Travel - routine;
  • C8 Advertise Modifications to 2018-2019 Student Progression Plan - updates for 2019-2020; 
  • C9 Health-Tech Consultants Inc Letter of Agreement - to conduct the audit of 21st Century CCLC grant activities; 
  • C10 Agreement with Univ of West Florida - for placement of student interns;
  • C11 Prposed Allocation Changes for 2019-2020 - Superintendent Davis reviewed the rationale for changes;
  • C12 Budget Amendment Report for May 2019 - routine report;
  • C13 Financial Reports for May 2019 - routine report; 
  • C14 Deletion of Certain Items Report for June 2019 - routine report; 
  • C15 Bid to be Awarded - custodial services for selected admin building; awarded to Great Faith Cleaning Service; 
  • C16 Interlocal with CCSO for Gasoline in Middleburg Area - fuel plus 3.45% admin fee charged to CCSO; 
  • C17 2019-2020 Safety Interlocal with GCS City/Police Dept - for dispatch and police for CEB and GCJ;
  • C18 2019-2020 Safety Interlocal with Town of OP/Police Dept - for dispatch and police for GPE, OPE and OPJ; 
  • C19 Advertisement of new Board Policies, Police Department - Section IX - General Orders for CCDS Police Dept; 
  • C20 Change Order #1 (DP) for LJH Parking Lot Lighting Replacement - tax savings for direct purchase;
  • C21 Change Order #1 (DP) for WJH Parking Lot Lighting Replacement - tax savings for direct purchase;
  • C22 Pre-Qualification of Contractors - routine; 
  • C23 2018-2019 SREF Casualty, Safety, Sanitation, Relocatable, Fire Safety Inspection Report - annual inspection of each school/facility;
  • C24 Advertisement of PH for Boundary Realignment at DOE, TES, OLJ, WJH - for new development/Oakland Hill; no current impact; 
  • C25 Change Order #1 (DP) for FIE Fire Alarm Replacement - tax savings for direct purchase;
  • C26 Change Order #1 (DP) for PES Fire Alarm Replacement - tax savings for direct purchase;
  • C27 Change Order #1 (DP) for OPE Fire Alarm Replacement - tax savings for direct purchase;
  • C28 School Bus Replacement Lease/Purchase Agreement - to replace 100 buses; will improve services and cut maintenance costs;


  • D1 Resolution for Half-Cent Sales Tax (Submitted by Mrs. Kerekes) - a proposed resolution was distributed; Board members should forward input or questions to Mr. Bickner; Dr. Kemp was asked to present at the June 27th Regular meeting the PowerPoint that was used at the May 28th workshop on the projected growth in Clay County;  
  • D2 HR Special Actions - none at this time;
  • D3 Advertise 2019-2020 Student Handbook & Code of Student Conduct - the 2019-2020 revised format/document was distributed; for comparison purposes, the Board was also provided copies of 2018-2019 language;  


Mary Bolla thanked her colleagues for the opportunity to attend the June 27th meeting via electronic media.  

Superintendent Davis requested possible dates for the Board to meet in executive session to discuss collective bargaining.  July 9-12 was identified and a specific date is to be confirmed;

Questions from the Audience  (None)
Superintendent Comments
School Board Comments
Adjournment  (11:27 a.m.)
Superintendent of Schools School Board Chair