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July 29, 2021 Regular/Tentative Budget Hearing Meetings

The School Board of Brevard County met for its regular meeting and tentative budget hearing on Thursday, July 29, 2021.  Notice of the meeting was advertised in the Thursday, June 24, 2021 edition of The Eagle. An affidavit of publication is available in the Board office.  TRIM ads were run in the Saturday, July 24, 2021 edition of Florida Today.

A. Call to Order
1. Call to Order

Chairman Misty Belford called the meeting to order at: 5:30 p.m.

A. Roll Call
2. Roll Call

Members Present:  Misty Belford, Cheryl Mcdougall, Jennifer Jenkins, Matt Susin and Katye Campbell

A. Moment of Silence
3. Moment of Silence

The Board held a moment of silent reflection and invited the viewing audience to join them.

A. Invocation
A. Pledge of Allegiance
4. Pledge of Allegiance

Chairman Belford led the Pledge of Allegiance.

A. Entertainment
A. Board Member/Superintendent Recognitions
5. Board Member/Superintendent Recognitions

Board members and Dr. Mullins provided recognition and congratulations to various students, staff, community partners, programs and businesses for the positive impact each had on Brevard Public Schools.

A. Emergency Item
A. Adoption of Agenda
6. Adoption of Agenda

Dr. Mullins read into record the changes made to the agenda since it was first released to the public on Thursday, July 22, 2021.

Revisions

  • A-7. Administrative Staff Recommendations

Additions

  • Attachment - G-8. Superintendent's Report COVID Mitigation Strategies Update
  • Attachment - G-19. Superintendent's Presentation - Tentative Budget Hearing
  • Discussion Item - Masks
  • Discussion Item - Equity Audit

An amendment was added to move public comments not related to agenda items that the Board would take action on to the conclusion of business.

Motion
Approve the July 29, 2021 School Board Regular/Tentative Budget Hearing agenda and its revisions.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Matthew Susin
Second: Cheryl Mcdougall
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
Motion
Approve the amendment to the July 29, 2021 School Board Regular/Tentative Budget Hearing agenda and its revisions to include moving the public comments concerning topics and agenda items not requiring a vote this evening to be heard after the conclusion of the business portion of the meeting.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Cheryl Mcdougall
Second: Matthew Susin
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
A. Administrative Staff Recommendations
7. Administrative Staff Recommendations
Motion
Approve the listed administrative staff recommendations: Accept the resignation of Paula M. Lewis from the position of Director of Psychological Services, effective July 9, 2021. Accept the resignation of Amanda D. Gayle from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Discovery Elementary School, effective June 30, 2021. Accept the resignation of Brandy L. Griswell from the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Madison Middle School, effective June 28, 2021. Accept the resignation of Jerry R. Hanson, Jr. from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Astronaut High School, effective July 30, 2021. Accept the resignation of Aaron K. Kestner from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Manatee Elementary School, effective July 30, 2021. Accept the transfer of Jayna P. Jenkins from the position of Director of Student Services to the position of Director of Psychological Services, on annual contract, effective August 1, 2021. Annual salary based on grade 29 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. Accept the resignation of Hilary Poole from the position of Principal at Stone Middle School, effective August 4, 2021. Accept reclassification/transfer of Christopher L. Reed from the position of Principal at Endeavour Elementary School to the position of Director, Student Services, on annual contract, effective August 10, 2021. Annual salary based on grade 29 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. Accept the reclassification/transfer of Evelyn Ziccardi from the position of teacher at Lewis Carroll Elementary School to the position of Assistant Principal (10-month) at Cambridge Elementary School, effective August 2, 2021. Annual salary based on grade 22 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Matthew Susin
Second: JenniferD Jenkins
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
B. Recognition of Visitors/Guests/Staff
C. Resolutions/Proclamations
D. Presentations
8. Superintendent's Report - COVID Mitigation Strategies Update
Superintendent Report - 7.29.2021 Board Meeting - COVID Mitigation Strategies from 6.22 and Update (003).pdf

Superintendent Dr. Mark Mullins provided the Board and viewing audience an update on COVID-19 mitigation strategies for the beginning of the 21-22 school year. Present to answer questions following the presentation were Helen Medlin, Nursing Program Specialist and Program Manager of Epidemiology, John Davis, Community Health Nursing Director and Anita Stremmel, Assistant County Health Department Director; all representatives from the Florida Department of Health.

 

Lengthy conversation, questions and discussion ensued.  Questions included information about positivity rates compared to last year, ages being affected, quarantines,tents set up outside of hospitals, handling of employees who test positive or have been in contact, the strain the number of COVID-19 cases are putting on hospitals and health care workers.and studies. Consistently the health professionals stated that universal mask wearing and vaccinations are an important COVID-19 mitigation strategy. There was discussion around the Delta variant and its increased transmission rates. 

 

Mr. Susin referenced a memo he said was sent to him referencing the COVID-19 19 PCR test could not differentiate between COVID-19 and influenza. DOH personnel explained that the tests are very specific and the chance of a misread is very slim. Ms. Jenkins read a headline referencing the misrepresentation of that memo was made viral on social media posts.  Ms. Medlin explained that the memo Mr. Susin was referencing said that the CDC is opting for multiplex tests that can test for both viruses to save time and resources, not because PCR tests failed to differentiate between COVID-19 and Influenza.

 

More discussion revolved around quarantines.

 

*Due to audience disruption, Chairman Belford called for a recess at 7:00 p.m. and reconvened the meeting at 7:07 p.m.*

 

Mr. Susin asked to make a motion for the reduction of the quarantine period recommended by the CDC.  General Counsel Gibbs advised against this due to the fact that it had not been placed on the agenda as a possible action item. Mr. Gibbs recommended to move any vote on mitigation strategies to the August 10, 2021 School Board meeting. Mr. Susin continued to make a motion to reduce the amount of days quarantined to no more than six if there were no symptoms.  The motion died for lack of a second.  Mr. Susin's request will be placed on the August 10, agenda. 

 

E. Public Comment
9. Public Comment

As the Board had voted to move public comments not regarding agenda items for vote to the end of the meeting, Board members heard one speaker.

  • Chrystal Coats spoke about the mental health plan and masks.  

Chairman Belford reminded speakers of the time limit and of the decorum expected while speaking.

Speakers in order of appearance:

  1. Thomas Jefferson - School Issues
  2. Nancy Lopez - Mask wearing/COVID protocols
  3. Nicole Hosey - Masks
  4. Kathryn Delaney - Masks
  5. Thomas Tomas - No masks for school
  6. Jennifer Dunn - Masks
  7. Matthew Dawly - Masks/CRT
  8. Sara Chiavarrio - Mask Choice
  9. Rachel Ruberte - Masks
  10. Chloe Ruberte - Masks
  11. Bill Hickman - Mask Mandate
  12. Jordan Johnson - Quarantines
  13. Christina Baker - Masks
  14. Damani Hosey - Masks
  15. Aisha Hosey - Mask Mandates
  16. Dustin Platter - Masks in schools
  17. Elise Strobel - Masks, dress code, bathroom issues
  18. Alyssa Bobbett - Masks and dress code
  19. Carrie Gerace - Masks and CRT
  20. Jonathan Schuman - Pro masking and CDC policies
  21. Avalon Strafford - Mask mandate
  22. Christopher Finn - Masking
  23. Ashley Joyner - Masks and CRT
  24. Scott LeBoeuf - Volunteer
  25. Janice Crisp - Masks
  26. Daniel Espinosa - Masks should be required in elementary schools due to Delta surge
  27. Ashley Hall - Masks and equity audit
  28. Chris Bird - Masks
  29. Ryleigh Seibel - Readdress mask mandate
  30. James Blackmon - Moms for Liberty
  31. Alex Wiebusch - Optional mask requirements
  32. Samantha Cihal - Masks
F. Consent
F. Board Office
10. Meeting Minutes
2021-0713 SB Meeting Minutes.pdf
2021-0721 SB Work Session - Supt. Eval..pdf
F. Financial Services
11. Financial Statements for Period Ending May 31, 2021
Financial Statements for May 31, 2021.pdf
12. Property Disposal
Board Letters 07-29-2021.pdf
Board Report 07-29-2021.pdf
F. Human Resources
13. Instructional Staff Recommendations
Instructional Staff 07-29-21.pdf
14. Support Staff Recommendations
Support Staff 07-29-21.pdf
15. Personnel Allocations 2021-2022
Personnel Allocations Manual 2021-22 DRAFT with changes Final.pdf
Personnel Allocations Manual 2021-22 CLEAN Final.pdf
F. Project Management
16. Resolution 2022-01, A Resolution of The School Board of Brevard County, Relating to the Transfer of Real Property Known as South Area Head Start, Located at 1430 Knecht Road NE, Palm Bay, Florida
South Area Head Start Deed and Notice of Federal Interest.pdf
Resolution-2021-__-South Area Head Start-Transfer-of-Property.pdf
17. Educational Facilities Impact Fee Allocation QE June 30, 2021
Impact Fee Benefit District Advisory Committee Recommendations 2021-07-12.pdf
F. Approval of Consent
18. Approval of Consent

Chairman Belford adjourned the regular meeting in order to convene the Tentative Public Hearing at: 7:35 p.m.

Motion
Approve the July 29, 2021 Consent Agenda with the exception of those items pulled for discussion.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Cheryl Mcdougall
Second: Katye Campbell
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
Items Pulled for Discussion
G. Action
G. Superintendent
19. Superintendent's Presentation - Tentative Budget Hearing
Brevard Public Hearing-2022 FINAL_.pdf

Chairman Belford convened the Tentative Public Hearing for the 2021-2022 proposed millage rates and tentative budget at: 7:35 p.m.

 

Ms. Campbell asked for an update on ESSER II Funding.  Dr. Stephanie Soliven, Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Leading and Learning, provided information.  

 

Mr. Susin  had some questions on the presented budget on administration increases, support services decreases, the drop in FEFP and areas decreased.  He also asked about the Health Insurance fund balance.

20. Public Comment on the 2021-2022 Proposed Millage Levy

Chairman Belford opened the public hearing for comments at 8:05 p.m., and in accordance with Florida Law, stated the Board would hear speakers in the following order: the 2021-2022 Proposed Millage Levy followed by the 2021-2022 Tentative Budget. 

 

Chairman Belford asked if there was any individual that would like to address the Board on the 2021-2022 Proposed Millage Levy.  

  • There were no speakers present.
21. Public Comment on the 2021-2022 Proposed Tentative Budget

Chairman Belford asked if there was any individual who wished to address the 2021-2022 Tentative Budget. 

 

Speakers in Order of Appearance

  • Katie Delaney - Asked a question on a negative balance in the budget. 
    • Chairman Belford said she could not answer questions, but asked for Ms. Delaney to send her an email and she would get her the information she was requesting.
  • Tonya Johnson - Asked if there was anything in the budget for teacher salary increases.  She also commented on her frustration of making the same money as a new college graduate even though she has years of experience and great student test scores.
    • Chairman Belford said she could not answer questions during public comment, but asked for Ms. Johnson to send her an email and she would get her the information.

 

Hearing no further speakers, Chairman Belford closed the public hearing at: 8:08 p.m.

 

22. Adopt Proposed 2021-22 Millage Rates

Dr. Mullins explained that there are a total of three separate motions for the Board to consider.  He read into record the recommendations of each.

 

A.  Adopt Proposed 2021-2022 Millage Rates of:

General Fund:

 

     Required Local Effort

3.602

     Local Discretionary

0.748

Capital Outlay:

1.500

Total:

5.850

Motion
Adopt proposed 2021-22 millage rates of: Operating Fund: Required Local Effort 3.602 Local Discretionary 0.748 Capital Outlay: 1.500 Total: 5.850
Vote Results ( Not Started )
Motion: Katye Campbell
Second: Cheryl Mcdougall
23. Adopt Proposed 2021-22 Tentative Budget
00-FINAL-To Print #3.pdf

Dr. Mullins read into record:

B.  Adopt the 2021-2022 Tentative Budget of:

General

$  655,528,812

Special Revenue

190,854,695

Debt Service

38,041,944

Capital Outlay

294,743,936

Enterprise

         1,174,575

     Subtotal

$1,180,343,962

Less Transfers

       66,511,992

     Total

$1,113,831,970

   

Internal Service

$     81,800,771

 

General Counsel Gibbs stated that the number on the agenda for Internal Service is $81,800,711, instead of $81,800,771.  Karen Strickland, Director of Budgeting, said that the stated number ($81,800,771) is correct.  Chairman Belford asked Mr. Gibbs if there was anything that needed to be done.  He said that no, as long as the number that is read into record is correct, it can remain.

Motion
Adopt the 2021-22 Tentative Budget in the following amounts: General 655,528,812 Special Revenue 190,854,695 Debt Service 38,041,944 Capital Outlay 294,743,936 Enterprise 1,174,575 Subtotal $1,180,343,962 Less Transfers $ 66,511,992 Total $1,113,831,970 Internal Service $ 81,800,711
The number read into record on Internal Service ($81,800,771) is the correct number and is what the Board voted on.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Katye Campbell
Second: Matthew Susin
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
24. Authorize the Superintendent to Take the Following Actions

Superintendent Mullins read into record the following actions:

 

1.  Notify both the Property Appraiser and the Tax Collector of the Proposed 2021-2022 Millage and the following Rolled-Back Rates:

General Fund Rolled-Back Rates:

 

     Required Local Effort

3.5600

     Local Discretionary

0.7209

Capital Outlay Rolled-Back Rate:

1.4456

Total Rolled-Back Rate:

5.7265

   2.  Notify both the Property Appraiser and the Tax Collector of the Final Public Hearing on September 09, 2021 at 5:30 P.M.. at the Educational Services Facility, Viera.

   3.  Adjust the revenues and expenditures, if necessary, prior to the final public hearing.

 

Prior the the adjournment of the hearing, Ms. Belford read the following:

The Proposed 2021-2022 Millage Rate necessary fo fund the Tentative Budget exceeds the rolled-back rate by 2.16%.

 

Chairman Belford adjourned the Tentative Budget Hearing at: 8:14 p.m.

Motion
Authorize the Superintendent to take the following actions: 1) Notify both the Property Appraiser and the Tax Collector of the Proposed 2021-22 Millage and Rolled-Back Rates: OPERATING FUND ROLLED-BACK RATES: Required Local Effort 3.5600 Local Discretionary 0.7209 CAPITAL OUTLAY ROLLED-BACK RATE: 1.4456 TOTAL: 5.7265 2) Notify both the Property Appraiser and the Tax Collector of the Final Public Hearing on September 9, 2021 at 5:30 pm at the Educational Services Facility in Viera. 3) Adjust the revenue and expenditures, if necessary, prior to the Final Public Hearing.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Matthew Susin
Second: Cheryl Mcdougall
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
G. District Operations
25. Procurement Solicitations
a - PB 21-491-PB-JW Paint with Related Supplies Equipment and Srvs PPG.pdf
b - ITB 21-564-B-JW Landscape Services.pdf
c - ITB 21-506-B-JW Water Treatment Service and Supply.pdf
d - RFP 21-446-P-KR - FSA COBRA and Retiree Billing.pdf

Chairman Belford reconvened the regular meeting at: 8:14 p.m.

Motion
Approve all of the items listed below with the exception of attachment d. RFP 21-446-P-KR - Flexible Spending Account (FSA), COBRA, and Retiree Billing Administration Services– Employee Benefits & Risk Management - $Variable Other Sources Approve the Piggy Back (PB) below: a - 21-491-PB-JW - Paint with Related Supplies, Equipment and Services - Adding Additional Contractor - Facilities Services - $N/A Approve the InvitationsTo Bid (ITBs) below: b - ITB 21-564-B-JW - Landscape Services - Facilities Services - $225,000.00 - Operating Other c - ITB 21-506-B-JW - HVAC Water Treatment Service and Supply - Reject All Bids - Facilities Services - $N/A Approve the Request for Proposal (RFP) below: d – RFP 21-446-P-KR - Flexible Spending Account (FSA), COBRA, and Retiree Billing Administration Services– Employee Benefits & Risk Management - $Variable – Other Sources
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Katye Campbell
Second: Matthew Susin
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
26. Department/School Initiated Agreements
a - 21-657-A-WH - Penda Science.pdf
b - 21-702-A-JW - Brevard Family Partnership.pdf
c - 21-660-A-MC - Kaier EC Consulting LLC.pdf
d - 21-622-A-WH - n2y.pdf
e - 21-596-A-WH - Cengage Learning.pdf
f - 21-034-A-KR-A1 - Behavioral Services for Individual Student DRJE.pdf
g- 21-717-A-KR Vision Plan Renewal.pdf
Motion
Approve the Agreements below: a - 21-657-A-WH - Penda Science - Elementary Leading & Learning - $362,148.60 b - 21-702-A-JW - Brevard Family Partnership - $67,639.00 - Operating Other c - 21-660-A-MC - Kaier EC Consulting LLC - $66,300.00 - Special Revenue Federal d - 21-622-A-WH - n2y - $63,092.40 - Student Services - Various e - 21-596-A-WH - Cengage Learning - $53,850.00 - Educational Technology - Operating Other f – 21-034-A-KR-A1 – Behavioral Services for Individual Student – Student Services - $100,800.00 – Special Revenue Federal g – 21-717-A-KR- Vision Plan Renewal – Employee Benefits & Risk Management - $Variable – Other Sources
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Matthew Susin
Second: Cheryl Mcdougall
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
H. Information
H. Student Support Services
27. Mental Health Grant Submission for School Year 2021-22
Mental Health Grant Submission for School Year 21-22.pdf

Ms. Campbell pointed out that the attachment was not the actual grant. The correct attachment will be added to this item when comes for consent at the next meeting.

 

Chairman Belford called for a recess at 8:18 p.m. She reconvened the meeting at: 8:31 p.m.

I. Staff Reports
J. Additional Public Presentations (If Required)
K. Board Member Reports/Discussion Points
28. Board Member Reports
29. Discussion Item - Masks

Ms. Jenkins asked to have masks being placed as a discussion item. Before she began discussion on masks, she shared information regarding the way she and her family were being targeted by certain individuals in the community. Some audience members became unruly at this point, with one person being asked to leave. The man left yelling obscenities.  It is noted that children were present. Some audience members continued with outbursts.  Ms. Jenkins read one of the threatening comments that had been sent to her as well as pointed out an individual in the room who makes threatening gestures toward her and comes to her home. She said that she has a state representative texting her saying she is a piece of garbage. This all started from a conversation about masks.

 

Due to the unruliness of the crowd, Major Neal asked for the Board to take a recess at 8:50 p.m. and escorted the Board members out of the room.

 

Board members returned and Chairman Belford reconvened the meeting at: 9:18 p.m. She explained to the audience that if there was further disruption, she will have the deputies clear the room and escort public speakers in one at a time.

 

Ms. Jenkins said that her stance on masks are from a personal perspective and that the the public had a right to hear where the Board is on the issue.  It is a concern of the community.  

 

Ms. McDougall asked if they needed to have a special Board meeting?  She supports masks as a protection of children and staff to help keep them in school.  She wants the issue of masks on the next agenda. She said that last year we closed two schools last year.  

 

Ms. Campbell said that the vaccine is available to our elderly.  She said that parents can avoid quarantine in the upper grades by being vaccinated and have children wear a mask. If children are sick, they should stay home. Ms. Campbell doesn't want to re-implement the emergency policy but is willing to discuss a bus mask mandate and mask requirements for visitors on campus. She mentioned the students in the clinic will have a mask. 

 

Ms. Belford asked Ms. Jenkins what she wanted. Jenkins said they need a special meeting next week to revert back to old policy. Neither Ms. Belford, Ms. Campbell or Mr. Susin wished to hold a special meeting.

 

Ms. Jenkins said that she wanted the mask mandate to be on the next meeting.

30. Discussion Item - Equity Audit

Ms. Jenkins  placed this discussion item on the agenda. She commented that she doesn't feel the Director of Equity and Diversity has the tools she needs to develop an Equity Plan for the District. Ms. Jenkins feels an audit will be necessary.

 

Dr. Mullins stated that they are in the process and have ongoing discussion about what an equity audit would look like, what vendors to use, etc. There is not an identified timeline. Ms. Belford asked Ms. Jenkins what her wishes are from the Board. Ms. Jenkins stated that she wants the District to get started on it and be very intentional. It is important to show the Director of Equity and Diversity that the Board supports her position and will provide her the tools to do her job. 

 

Ms. McDougall agreed that there needs to be an endpoint.  Dr. Mullins will work with staff.

 

Ms. Campbell wanted to make sure that the viewing audience did not get the wrong idea and cautioned the Board  to be careful with language.  The Director of Equity and Diversity (Dr. McKinnon) has been very busy working with departments and schools. Ms. Campbell said that we have all kinds of data. She wants to make sure the information is presented accurately. She is not prepared to give direction on the audit.

 

Ms. McDougall stated that Board members may request audits.  

 

Mr. Susin referenced the audit committees. 

 

Ms. Jenkins felt that if they were not committed to the role/position of the Director of Equity and Diversity; then why do we have this position in the first place?

 

L. Superintendent's Report
31. Superintendent's Report
M. Adjournment
32. Adjournment

Chairman Belford adjourned the meeting at: 11:09 p.m.

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