|Teacher Inservice Center - Fleming Island High School, 2233 Village Square Parkway|
|Artwork provided by Ridgeview High School, Danielle Doctor and Al Nesi, Sponsors|
|March 5, 2020 Regular School Board Meeting|
Date: Mar 05 2020 (6:00 p.m.)
|Student Showcase (Clay Hill Elementary School)|
|Invocation (Pastor Michael Guerra, ConnectPoint Church)|
|Pledge of Allegiance|
|Call to Order (Present: Janice Kerekes, District 1; Carol Studdard, District 2, Tina Bullock, District 3; Mary Bolla, District 4; Ashley Gilhousen, District 5; Superintendent David Broskie)|
|Recognitions and Awards|
|1. Take Stock in Children Spotlight|
Leslie Cook, Senior Program Director, Take Stock in Children, provided an overview of this mentoring program and its positive impact on the life of young people. Seven seniors participating in this program will be graduating in 2020 and have been accepted into post-secondary institutions of learning and/or the military.
|2. Certified Board Member Recognition|
Andrea Messina, Executive Director, Florida School Boards Association, recognized Tina Bullock, Board Member, as a Certified Board Member. Mrs. Bullock has re-certified, voluntarily completing the Certified Board Member Program consisting of 96 hours of training in various disciplines, exemplifying a commitment to professional development.
|3. Check Presentation by the Jacksonville Icemen|
Bob Ohrablo, President, Scott Einhorn, and Trent Blair, representing The Jacksonville Icemen, presented a check in the amount of $15,000. to Michael Kerekes, Coordinator of Strategic Planning and Community Partnerships, in support of Clay County District Schools' various programs.
|School Showcase (Clay Hill Elementary School, Adele Reed, Principal)|
|Presentations from the Audience (Public Comment)|
|4. C1 - Minutes of Workshop on January 28, 2020; Student Hearings, and Regular Meeting on February 6, 2020|
|2020 Jan 28 Workshop.pdf|
|2020 Feb 6 Student Discipline.pdf (Confidential)|
|2020 Feb 6 Regular Mtg.pdf|
|5. C2 - Proclamation #20-09, Clay County Agricultural Fair|
|Proclamation #20-09 Clay County Agricultural Fair (2).pdf|
|6. C3 - 2020-2021 EMPLOYEE CALENDAR: CHANGE FOR ELEMENTARY ISS ASSISTANTS|
|Calendar - Employee Work - 2020-2021 (3).pdf|
|7. C4 - 2020 EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT EDUCATION EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR (ESY) CALENDAR: CHANGED DUE TO DATE ERRORS|
|2020 ESE Extended School Year Calendar (1).pdf|
|Information Technology Services|
|8. C4A - E-Rate|
|BatteryBackup_Hardware_Erate 20-MI-88 Connection.pdf|
|BatteryBackup_Labor_Erate 20-MI-88 Presidio.pdf|
|Wireless_Erate 20-MI-87 Presidio.pdf|
|9. C5 - Personnel Consent Agenda|
|Personnel Consent Agenda March 5 2020.pdf|
|10. C6 - Proclamation #20-10 to Establish May 4 - 8, 2020, as Teacher Appreciation Week in Clay County, and Tuesday, May 5, 2020, as Teacher Appreciation Day|
|Teacher Appreciation Proclamation 2019-2020.pdf|
|11. C7 - Proclamation #20-11 to Establish April 20 - 24, 2020, as Administrative Professionals' Week and Wednesday, April 22, 2020, as Administrative Professionals' Day in Clay County.|
|Administrative Professionals Proclamation 2019-2020.pdf|
|12. C8 - K-12 Academic Services Out of State and Overnight Student Travel|
|March 2020 - Student Travel.pdf|
|13. C9 - Proposed Allocation Changes for 2019-2020|
|Proposed Changes to Allocations 19 20.pdf|
|14. C10 - Monthly Financial Reports for January, 2020|
|January Monthly Financial Report.pdf|
|January Monthly Property Report.pdf|
|15. C11 - Budget Amendment for Month Ending January 31, 2020|
|Budget Amendments January 2020.pdf|
|Business Affairs-Internal Accounts|
|16. C13 - NSF Write-off Permission|
|CHE 2020 write off documents.pdf|
|17. C14 - Approval of the 2020-2021 Payroll Calendars|
|Payroll Calendars 9 month.pdf|
|Payroll Calendars 10 month.pdf|
|Payroll Calendars 11 month.pdf|
|Payroll Calendars 12 month.pdf|
|Payroll Calendars Florida Youth Challenge Academy.pdf|
|18. C15 - Deletion of Certain Items Report - February, 2020|
|19. C16 - BID to be Awarded|
|20. C17 - BID Renewal|
|21. C18 - Clay Electric Cooperative Right-of-Way Easement at Tynes Elementary School|
|Clay Electric Corp Right of Way Easement at TES.pdf|
|22. C19 - Pre-Qualification of Contractors|
|23. C20 - Tynes Elementary School New Classroom Addition Architect Contract Award|
|TES New Classroom Addition TES Architect Contract.pdf|
|24. C20A - Annual Florida Inventory of School Houses (FISH) Certification|
|FISH cert 2020 signed (1).pdf|
|Adoption of Consent Agenda|
|25. Adoption of Consent Agenda|
|CCEA Update (Renna Lee Paiva)|
|CESPA Update (Lonnie Roberts)|
|Superintendent's Update and Presentations|
|26. Superintendent's Update and Presentations|
|SB Superintendent's Update 3-5-2020.pdf|
|School Board Member|
|27. D1 - Child Care Learning Labs 2020-2021 (Item submitted by Mrs. Kerekes)|
|Child Care Learning Labs.pdf|
Speakers for Agenda Item D1 Child Care Learning Labs -
Alice Paulk, Supervisor of Career and Technical Education, identified the two issues addressed in this item.
The 2-year-old Child Care Learning Labs programs have been phased out in all but one school.
Other programs available for 3 and 4-year-olds are experiencing a personnel coverage issue in the afternoon hours. The addition of five 0.6 or 0.5 positions would extend the closing time from 3:00 to 4:15. The cost of the additional allocations would be covered through an increase in tuition. Mrs. Paulk will determine the cost calculation of these additional allocations.
|28. D2 - Human Resources Special Action|
|29. D3 - Proposed Allocations for the 2020-2021 School Year|
|2020 2021 Allocations Pending Board Approval 3.5.2020.pdf|
Mrs. Kerekes moved to approve Proposed Allocations for the 2020-2021 School Year with the addition of five 0.6 allocations for Child Care Learning Labs. With no second, the motion failed.
A second motion (results below) was made and discussion ensued. Mrs. Bullock discussed her concerns regarding the motion. Superintendent Broskie addressed Ms. Bullock's concerns, in part.
|30. C12 - Renewal of Employee Benefits for the 2020-2021 plan year (Item pulled by staff member)|
|CCSD Board Presentation 03052020 (2).pdf|
This item was addressed first on Discussion Agenda, per staff member request and Chair approval.
Agenda Item Speaker:
Dr. Susan Legutko, Assistant Superintendent of Business Affairs, introduced Allison Profitt, Account Executive, The Bailey Group, and Sheila Gann, Coordinator of Health Benefits. Information that was presented to the insurance committee during the renewal determination process was outlined. Mike Wingate, K12 Director, served on the insurance committee and spoke in support of the current agenda item.
Mrs. Kerekes discussed the solutions to rising costs.
Mrs. Bullock expressed concern about a cost increase.
|School Board Attorney Remarks (None)|
|School Board Member Remarks|
|31. School Board Member Comments|
Board Members' comments were heard.
|Adjournment (8:45 p.m.)|