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School Board of Clay County
Teacher Inservice Center, 2233 Village Square Parkway, Fleming Island, FL 32003
September 1, 2022 - Regular School Board Meeting
Date: Sep 01 2022 (6:00 p.m.)
Student Showcase  (Middleburg High School Chorus, Kathryn Polk, Sponsor)
Invocation  (Pastor Nate Mattox, The Rock Bible Church)
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. Recognition of Keystone Heights High School - UCF-Certified Community Partnership School

Laurie Burke, Principa Keystone Heights Jr./Sr. High School and Tina Baker, Community Partnership Director for Keystone Heights Jr./Sr. High recognized KHH becoming a UCF-Certified Community Partnership School, passing all 12 rigorous benchmarks to achieve certification including governance, structure and leadership, after-school programs, and comprehensive wellness services.  This accomplishment was reached through the combined efforts of four (4) Core Partners, whose representatives were also in attendance - 

  • Children's Home Society of Florida
  • Aza Health
  • Santa Fe College
  • Clay County District Schools

This partnership has allowed the advancement of initiatives that will help improve chronic absenteeism, parent engagement, and create additional community partnerships in the 2022-2023 school year.  Parent resources, mental health counseling, mentoring and job training, health care including free dental and vision check-ups, food pantry, nutrition classes, laundry facility, clothes closet, tutoring, and mentoring will be readily available, on-site, to students and families.

2. Florida Safe School Assessment Findings

Stephen Mills, Supervisor of Safety Security, presented safe school assessment findings in accordance with statutory requirements.

School Showcase  (Middleburg High School, Principal Martin Aftuck)
Presentations from the Audience (Public Comment)
3. Public Comment

Public Speakers:

  • Joel Miller - teacher pay and respect for the profession
  • Julie Miller - school libraries
  • Jordan Brown - lunch with my children 
  • Julia Mason - district media specialist
  • Nicki Romig - no topic identified on speaker card
  • Barbara Brown - bus transportation 
  • Matthew O'Berry - bullying in Keystone Elementary
  • Joseph Salazar - access to information in school
  • Josh DuBois - books in libraries
  • Bruce Friedman -no topic identified on speaker card
Consent Agenda
4. C1 - Minutes of Special Meeting on July 21, 2022; School Board Workshop on July 26, 2022; Special Meeting on August 2, 2022; and Regular Meeting on August 4, 2022
2022 Aug 2 Special Mtg.pdf
2022 Aug 4 Regular Mtg.pdf
2022 Jul 21 Special Mtg.pdf
2022 Jul 26 Workshop.pdf
Human Resources
5. C2 - Personnel Consent Agenda
Personnel Consent Agenda 9.1.2022 (1).pdf
6. C3 - Ratification of the 2022-2023 Amendment to the 2020-2022 Master Contract between the Clay Educational Staff Professional Association and the Clay County School Board
2022-2023 CESPA Ratification Summary.pdf
7. C4 - Salary Schedule - Section I, Table VI - Cafeteria Management
Salary Schedule, Table VI_ Cafeteria Management.pdf
8. C5 - Salary Schedule - Section IV, Miscellaneous (Substitutes - Minimum Wage Increase)
Salary Schedule, Section IV, Substitutes.pdf
Instruction-Academic Services
9. C6 - K-12 Academic Services Out of State and Overnight Student Travel
Sept 2022 - Student Travel.pdf
10. C7 - 2022-25 Agreement between Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) and the School Board of Clay County
Sept 2022 - Embry-Riddle Contract.pdf
Executed Embry Riddle Contract.pdf
Instruction-Professional Development
11. C8 - Resident Clinical Faculty Memorandum of Understanding between Clay County District Schools and the University of North Florida
230003 UNF Resident Clinical MOU.pdf
Executed 230003 UNF Resident Clinical MOU.pdf
12. C9 - Affiliation Agreement between Clay County District Schools and Florida State College of Jacksonville (FSCJ).
220090 FL State College at Jacksonville.pdf
Executed 220090 FL State College of Jacksonville.pdf
Instruction-Climate and Culture
13. C10 - Approval of Turnaround School Supplemental Service Allocation
2022-23 TSSSA Clay Application.xlsx.pdf
14. C11 - 2022-2023 School Health Services Agreement with Department of Health Clay
230018 Clay Co Health Dept .pdf
15. C12 - PCG Contract Amendment
230017 Public Consulting Group.pdf
Executed 230017 Public Consulting Group.pdf
Business Affairs
16. C13 - Proposed Allocation Changes for 2022-23
22 23 Allocation Summary - September 1, 2022.pdf
Business Affairs-Property
17. C14 - Deletion of Certain Items Report July, 2022
Deletion Report August 2022.pdf
18. C15 - Florida Safe Schools Assessment Acceptance Letter
Florida Safe Schools Assessment Acceptance letter 2022.2023.pdf
Executed Florida Safe Schools Acceptance Letter 22 23.pdf
19. C16 - Schematic/Preliminary/Final (Phase I, II, & III) Plans and Specifications for Plantation Oaks Elementary Roof Repair/Replacement (Reroof)
20. C17 - Schematic/Preliminary/Final (Phase I, II, & III) Plans and Specifications for Oakleaf Village Elementary Roof Repair/Replacement (Reroof)
21. C18 - Oakleaf Village Elementary Roof Repair/Replacement (Reroof) Construction Contract Award
Backup Information - OVE Roof Contract Award.pdf
22. C19 - Pre-Qualification of Contractors
Table for Board Backup Contractor Prequal, 9.1.22.pdf
23. C20 - Schematic/Preliminary/Final (Phase I, II, & III) Plans and Specifications for Bannerman Learning Center Parking Lot Expansion/Security Lighting Upgrades
24. C21 - Plantation Oaks Elementary Roof Repair/Replacement (Reroof) Construction Contract Award
Backup Information - POE Roof Contract Award.pdf
25. C23 - Substantial Completion of W. E. Cherry Elementary School Spalling Remediation/Roof Replacement (Buildings 3 & 4 Reroof)
WEC Elementary Spalling Remediatin.Roof Replacement Substantial Completion.pdf
26. C22 - Substantial Completion of Ridgeview High School Restroom Renovations
Ridgeview High School Restroom Renovation Substantial Completion.pdf
27. C24 - Substantial Completion of Middleburg Transportation Fuel System Repair/Replacement
Middleburg Transportation Fuel System Repair.Replacement Substantial Completion.pdf
28. C25 - Change Order #1 for Orange Park High School Stadium Repair/Replacement
CO 1 OPH Stadium Repair.Replacement.pdf
29. C26 - Change Order #4 for Middleburg Transportation Fuel System Repair/Replacement
MB Transporation Fuel System Repair CO 4.pdf
30. C27 - Change Order #1 for W. E. Cherry Elementary School Spalling Remediation/Roof Replacement (Buildings 3 & 4 Reroof)
CO 1 WEC Spalling.Roof Replacement Bldg 3 & 4.pdf
31. C28 - Middleburg High School HVAC Repair/Replacement Contract Award
Backup Information - MHS HVAC Contract Award.pdf
Adoption of Consent Agenda
32. 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
33. Superintendent's Update

Immediately following the adoption of the consent agenda, Superintendent Broskie recognized the Board for their generous support in achieving ratification of the Clay Educational Support Professionals Association contract.  Brenda Troutman, Assistant Superintendent of Business Affairs, Mary Bolla, School Board Chair, and Lonnie Roberts, CESPA President participated in executing the CESPA contract. 

Superintendent Broskie shared the attached visual presentation highlighting the following:

  • New School Year
  • Teacher Supports
  • Florida's Assessment of Student Thinking (F.A.S.T) Testing
Discussion Agenda
Human Resources
34. D1 - Human Resources Special Action A
Special Action A 9.1.2022.pdf (Confidential)
Motion to Approve Human Resources Special Action A
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Janice Kerekes
Second: Ashley Gilhousen
Janice Kerekes - Aye
Ashley Gilhousen - Aye
Mary Bolla - Aye
Tina Bullock - Aye
Beth Clark - Aye
35. D2 - Human Resources Special Action B

There was no Human Resources Special Action B.

School Board Attorney Remarks  (None)
School Board Member Remarks
36. School Board Member Comments

Mrs. Clark appreciated the variety of book access options available to parents and encouraged citizens to utilize the open door policy by emailing or calling with concerns.  She understands the stated concerns re compensation discrepancy and appreciated the superb job being done by teachers.

Mrs. Kerekes commended Dr. Susan Legutko, Assistant Superintendent of Business Affairs for building the annual budget prior to having funds finalized by the state.  She advised students should have access to all of the resources they need to be successful.  Synergy improvements are needed for users of the system.  Ridgeview Elementary provided a most enjoyable first day of school experience.  Appreciation was given to Ms. Kidwell, CCEA President, for her kind words on behalf of Mrs. Kerekes' and Mrs. Bullock's contributions and support of teachers, and teachers and support staff were appreciated for contributing to the A rating of the district.  Mrs. Kerekes will participate, via telephonic conferencing, in the October board meeting due to her attendance and participation in the Florida School Boards Association Board of Directors meeting.

Mrs. Bullock commended Keystone Heights Jr./Sr. High on earning their UCF certification and appreciated the overwhelming kindness and assistance provided to help students, wishing all employees the very best.

Mrs. Gilhousen extended deep appreciation to those who make schools run, commending the work of all who work so hard in the best interests of the children who are served.

Mrs. Bolla thanked students in attendance, recognizing the importance of their education.  Golf for Education, sponsored by Clay Education Foundation, is being held on October 10th and Tools4Schools will be held on October 17th.  Middleburg High School students in attendance were recognized and appreciated as well as a recently attended Farm Bureau speech contest.

Adjournment  (8:06 p.m.)
Superintendent of Schools School Board Chair