|Teacher Inservice Center - Fleming Island High School, 2233 Village Square Parkway|
|October 4, 2018 - Regular School Board Meeting|
Date: Oct 04 2018 (6:00 p.m.)
|Invocation (Pastor James Price - Celebration Church)|
|Pledge of Allegiance|
|Call to Order (Present: Janice Kerekes, District 1; Carol Studdard, District 2; Betsy Condon, District 3; Mary Bolla, District 4; Ashley Gilhousen, District 5; and Superintendent Addison Davis. NOTE: The meeting was not available on Comcast due to audio issues. The public was encouraged to watch the meeting live through the OneClay YouTube channel.)|
|Student Showcase (Lake Asbury Junior High Chorus - Evan Gould, Director)|
|Recognitions and Awards|
|1. Tools for Schools Event - Clay County Education Foundation|
The Education Foundation recognized Coastal Spine & Pain Center as the top donor to the Teacher Supply Event held in conjunction with the Chamber event.
Shawnda Hosley presented the award and the following individuals accepted on behalf of the Pain Center: Dr. Michael Greene, Dr. Benjamin Goh, and Christine Perez.
|2. CTE Industry Certifications - Alice Paulk|
|Industry Certifications - Board - Oct 2018.pdf|
Alice Paulk presented CTE Industry Certifications and the history of the certifications in the state of Florida and Clay County. Ms. Paulk provided historical data and recent data about the percentage of students receiving certifications in Clay County.
|3. National "Careers in Construction" Month - Christina Thomas, NEFBA|
Christina Thomas gave a short presentation on behalf of Northeast Florida Builder's Association in honor of October being National "Careers in Construction" month. NEFBA is a partner with eight skilled trades programs hosted in Clay County District Schools.
David Harp, a former graduate of Middleburg High School, spoke about CTE courses he took during high school that led to his career choice of being an electrical engineer.
|4. Informational Presentation on Clay County Growth and Development - District Staff|
|School board growth.pdf|
Dr. Michael Kemp, Assistant Superintendent of Operations, introduced Mr. Jim Fossa who presented on the expected growth to Clay County due to the FIrst Coast Expressway.
|School Showcase (Ridgeview Elementary School)|
|Presentations from the Audience (Public Comment)|
|5. Public Comment|
|6. C1 - Minutes of School Board Workshop on August 27, 2018; and Regular Meeting on September 6, 2018,|
|August 27, 2018 Workshop.pdf|
|Sept 6, 2018 Regular Meeting.pdf|
|7. C2 - Personnel Consent Agenda - October 4, 2018|
|Personnel Consent Agenda 10 4 2018.pdf|
|Instruction-Career and Technical Education|
|8. C3 - School Affiliation Agreement between CCSD and Penney Retirement Community, Inc.|
|Penney Retirement Community Affiliation Agreement #190071.pdf|
|Instruction-Exceptional Student Education|
|9. C4 - Parent Liaison Services Agreement 2018-2020|
|18-20 Jill McElyea Contract.pdf|
|10. C5 - First Coast Mobile Audiology Services Agreement 2018-19|
|18-19 First Coast Mobile Audiology, LLC Contract.pdf|
|11. C6 - Interpreters Services Agreement 2018-19. Alonzo Sign Language Interpreting, LLC|
|18-19 Alonzo Sign Language Interpreting.pdf|
|12. C7 - 18-19 Keystone Behavioral Pediatrics Independent Contractor Services Agreement|
|18-19 Keystone Behavioral Contract.pdf|
|13. C8 - Approval of Out of County Student Travel - K-12 Academic|
|Oct 2018 - Student Travel.pdf|
|14. C9 - Orange Park Medical Center Partnership Agreement|
|Oct 2018 - OPMC Agreement.pdf|
|2018 Oct 4 - Signed OPMC Partnership Agreement.pdf|
|Instruction-Climate and Culture|
|15. C10 - Approve for advertising, revisions to and additions to School Board Policy 4.12 (I) Medication for Students|
|4.12 Medication for Students.pdf|
|4.12 Admin of Medications - NOTICE OF APPROVAL TO ADVERTISE SB Policy.docx (2).pdf|
|16. C12 - BID to be Awarded|
|Bid Tab and Settlement Agreement.pdf|
|2018 Oct 4 - Signed Laser Printer bid SunPrint.Tonertype.pdf|
|17. C13 - BID Renewal|
|18. C14 - District Print Center Equipment Refresh|
|19. C15 - Pre-qualification of Contractors|
|Table for Board Backup Contractor Prequal, 10.4.18.pdf|
|20. C16 - Final Completion of Middleburg Elementary School Restroom Renovation|
|Final Completion Form - MBE Restroom Renovation .pdf|
|21. C17 - Final Completion of Orange Park Elementary School Kitchen Renovation|
|Final Completion Form - OPE Kitchen Renovation.pdf|
|22. C18 - Final Completion of Discover Oaks Elementary School (Elementary School “Y”)|
|Final Completion Form - DOE.pdf|
|23. C19 - Grant of Right of Way Easement to Clay Electric Cooperative, Inc. on Clay County tax parcel 06-05-25-009042-001-00, Middleburg Transportation.|
|Clay Electric Right of Way Easement Middleburg Trans.pdf|
|24. C20 - Change Order #3 (Direct Purchasing) for Orange Park Elementary School Kitchen Renovation|
|ChgOrder3DP, OPE Kitchen Renovation.pdf|
|Adoption of Consent Agenda|
|25. Adoption of Consent Agenda|
|CCEA Update (Renna Lee Paiva)|
|CESPA Update (None)|
|Superintendent's Update and Presentations|
|Supt Update - SB October 4_mgm edits.pdf|
Superintendent Davis' presentation included updates on the following topics:
|27. D1 - Human Resources - Special Actions|
|Special Actions 10 4 2018.pdf (Confidential)|
|28. D2 - Public Hearing to approve, as advertised, proposed amendments to School Board Policy 2.36; Firearms and Chemical Weapons|
|S. B. Policy 2.36 Firearms and Chemical Weapons.pdf|
|2.36 NOTICE OF APPROVAL TO ADVERTISE SB Policy.docx.pdf|
Chair Studdard opened the public hearing. With no one present to speak to the item, the public hearing was closed.
|29. C11 - Proposed Allocation Changes for 2018 -2019 (item pulled by Mrs. Studdard)|
|Allocation Summary - October 4, 2018 (1).pdf|
Mrs. Studdard pulled the item to express concerns about the allocation changes and to ask questions about the position for Executive Director of the Education Foundation. Mr. Davis shared his vision for the Executive Director allocation and how other school districts use this position. The Board asked additional questions about other allocations and how the salaries are reported in the allocations document. Dr. Legutko explained that they typically list a five-year experience level as an average when it is not known who will fill the position. Employee benefits are also included since these directly impact the budget.
Board discussion ensued about consistency at the district level with position titles and salary levels and the possibility of looking into a salary study.
|School Board Attorney Remarks|
|30. School Board Attorney Remarks|
At Mr. D'Agata's encouragement, the Board set a workshop date to resume Board Policy review. The workshop will be on Tuesday, October 30, 2018, from 8:30-11:30 a.m. in Accounts Payable conference room.
|School Board Member Remarks|
|31. School Board Member Remarks|
Board members made positive comments about recent school events they attended.
|Adjournment (8:54 p.m.)|