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June 16, 2020 School Board Meeting

COVID-19 Notice: There will be no community attendance at this meeting due to protocols established in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Public comments will be recorded and played during the public comment portion of the meeting.  Advance registration for recorded public comments is required.  The link for public participation will be posted on www.brevardschools.org on Friday, June 12, and will close on Monday, June 15, 2020.  The meeting will be live streamed on Spectrum Channel 496 and recorded for later viewing. 

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The School Board of Brevard County held its regular meeting on Tuesday, June 16, 2020.  Notice of the meeting was advertised in the Thursday, June 28, 2020 edition of The Eagle.  An affidavit of publishing is available in the Board Office. 

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A. Call to Order
1. Call to Order

Chairman Misty Belford called the meeting to order at: 9:40 a.m.
 

Chairman Belford read the following statement:

The June 16, 2020 School Board meeting is now called to order. In consideration of the current health and safety concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic, the School Board continues to modify its meeting processes.

 

The Educational Services Facility is closed to the public but the Board meeting audio and video are being live-streamed allowing public viewing through our usual channels. Staff members presenting information will come in at the appropriate portion of the meeting.

 

Community members who wanted to make comments were asked to register in advance on the District web site. Those who registered were called Monday evening and their comments were recorded, limited to 3 minutes each. These comments will be replayed under the public comment section of the agenda.

 

For added transparency, Ms. Escobar will be calling for the Board’s aye or nay votes for each item requiring a vote.

A. Roll Call
2. Roll Call

Members Present:  Misty Belford, Cheryl McDougall, Tina Descovich, Matt Susin and Katye Campbell

A. Moment of Silence
3. Moment of Silence

Board members observed 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 Update Re-Opening Task Force.pdf

Board members utilized this time to recognize students, staff, programs and community members for contributions  and impact made to Brevard Public Schools.

 

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

Superintendent Dr. Mark Mullins read into record the changes made to the agenda since being released to the public on Tuesday, June 9, 2020.

 

Revisions

  • A-7. Administrative Staff Recommendations
  • F-16. Administrative and Professional Reappointments

Additions

  • F-9. Senior Cabinet Reorganization
Motion
Adopt the June 16, 2020 School Board meeting agenda and its revisions.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Matthew Susin
Second: Tina Descovich
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
Tina Descovich - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
A. Administrative Staff Recommendations
B. Recognition of Visitors/Guests/Staff
C. Resolutions/Proclamations
D. Presentations
D. Superintendent
7. Budget Update
20 BPS Financial Data 06162020 (002).pdf
Attachment 1.pdf
Attachment 2.pdf
Attachment 3.pdf
Attachment 4.pdf
Attachment 5.pdf
Attachment 6.pdf
Lesinski PP - 6.16.2020.pdf

Cindy Lesinski, Chief Financial Officer, introduced Rick Collins. Mr. Collins has many years of auditing and financial experience.  He most recently retired from his position of Chief Financial Officer of Orange County Public Schools and now works with the Florida Association of District School Superintendents where he shares his expertise with helping new superintendents get a better understanding of school budgets and the budgeting process.   Mr. Collins has been providing mentorship to Ms. Lesinski upon her arrival and Ms. Lesinski expressed her sincere gratitude.  Mr. Collins began presenting his deep dive analysis of Brevard's budget which included an analysis of historical data and a review of the 2020-21 final conference report data.  His summary concluded: Some expenditure by object differences with peers, but nothing significant; Some expenditure by function differences with peers, but nothing significant; FCR analysis indicates consistency of operations over time and slightly below state average; Total funds compression adjustment is less because funding is better, but also because of proration; Overall funding per student for FY2021 is comparable to peer districts and is below state average; BPS would receive an additional $7.9 million if funded at state average per student and funding for FY 2021 may change rapidly based on future actions.

 

Ms. Lesinski began her presentation and explained that even before the pandemic, BPS faced a triple challenge 1) A high bar for student learning and excellence 2) Unsustainable cost structures and 3) Declining revenue. She stated that as the pandemic grows, we have to plan for uncertainty in the 20-21 and 21-22 school years. She presented a chart outlining FTE growth.  While the number of students increase, the number of public school students decline for the third year in a row while the charter schools continue to grow.   She commented that an enrollment problem is a money problem for us. 

 

Ms. Lesinski provided a slide which showed a 2020-2021 revenue review.   It indicated a shortfall from the conference report of $1,201,596.  However, she noted that the budget has still not been signed  by the Governor. She discussed the challenges we face with our self-insured health plan. She stated that at a minimum, the District/Board must address a $4.7million recurring shortfall for FY20-21 in order to remain solvent.  She outlined our 2020-2021 current minimum budget needs. There is a minimum projected budget deficit of $7,140,833. She further detailed the challenges we face. She commented that the only certainty is uncertainty.  She also provided some information on the Cares Act and what that means to Brevard.  She explained that we need to hold steady in the event that we receive a midyear reduction from the state. 

 

Dr. Mullins provided budget shortfall situations. He did want to begin with the Board's charge several months ago to address a Compensation plan.  In order to find dollars for compensation, they looked at several possible options to garner dollars.  Dual Enrollment is not an option as it is in state statute.  They also looked at changing 6 or 7 periods to 5 of 6.  However, they found it would require more core teachers and less  elective teachers.  Graduation requirements would also be impacted. There would be a dramatic cut to all elective programs.  They analized a 4 day week and it presented many challenges.  They also looked at a "4-Track" Model which is a year round calendar that divides the entire student body into different tracks. The savings comes from the consolidation of schools. They believe it will be difficult to consider for high schools.  It would require boundary changes and it will be difficult for families with students of different ages.  These options did not seem viable at this time.

Dr. Mullins presented budget cuts in order to meet our budget shortfalls. He briefed the Board and viewing audience on the estimated non-recurring fund balance.  Dr. Mullins gave an overview of the budget adoption timeline. 

 

Ms. Descovich was thoroughly grateful for the work the work that has been done.  She said that she has never sat in on a presentation that was so well done, so concise and so clear.  She wants us to continue to look into the 4 track model.  She is concerned about the tech associates and how we will maintain the support. Dr. Mullins acknowledged senior cabinet's work. We have to make difficult decisions. 

 

Ms. Campbell appreciates that there will not be any layoffs.  

 

Ms. McDougall thanked Dr. Mullins for the presentation.  She is concerned for the students and the cuts to regional bussing.  

 

Mr. Susin also thanked Dr. Mullins.  He is the first superintendent to take on the tough insurance issue.  He also struggles with the loss of regional bussing.  However, it is a workforce issue for regular routes. It is more than just the $1,000,000 it will save. 

 

Ms. Belford has been a strong proponent of regional bussing especially when area 1 is practically a desert when it comes to choice programs.  However, we are at a point where we don't have more to cut without it having some impact.  The requirements for busses in light of COVID makes it all the more challenging. Her ask is that we make a commitment with as we move forward with equity with the removal of regional bussing and address the issue of access.  

 

 

E. Public Comment
8. Public Comments

Modifications to meeting processes were made in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Public comments were recorded following advance registration.  The link to sign-up was made live on Friday, June 12, 2020 until Monday, June 15, 2020 at 8:00 a.m.  Registered persons were called Monday evening to record comments.  Those comments were recorded and played during this segment of the meeting.  

 

Callers in order of recording:

 

  1. Marcus Hochman - School Board Responsibility
  2. Marsha Hannan- Against the closure of student child care program at Titusville High School (THS).
  3. Jeff Dubitsky - School Board support of Junior Olympics at Satellite High School; moving Lori Masterson from Surfside and Sunshine Law violation from West Shore and student selection
  4. Anthony Colucci - 2020 school year (challenged teachers to listen and educate themselves about the budget; support of the extension of the half-cent sales surtax and COVID 19)
  5. Lauren Fay- Severe parental concern with reolocating Lori Masterson to another school
  6. Jana Doss - Elimination of media assistants
  7. Khaila Hargove - Keep the student parent program at THS
  8. Sue Stocks- Keep Lori Masterson principal of Surfside
  9. Holly Barbour- Support of Student Parent Program at THS
  10. Ashleigh Schenck - Concern for move of principal, Lori Masterson
  11. Caitlyn Walters - Closure of Student Parent Program THS
  12. Krista Register - Closure of Student Parent Program THS
  13. Jessica Parrish - Student Parent Program THS
  14. Laura Maggio - Media Assistants
  15. Ana Woodbrey- Media Assistants

Mr. Susin thanked Mr. Colucci for his support.  There was some discussion of the student/parent program at THS.  Dr. Soliven, assistant superintendent of Secondary Leading and Learning, explained there were not enough students to support having four programs. 

F. Consent
9. Senior Cabinet Reoganization
F. Board Office
10. Meeting Minutes
2020-0526 SB Meeting Minutes Draft.pdf
2020-0526 Workshop Minutes Draft.pdf
F. Financial Services
11. Property Disposal
Board Report 06-16-2020.pdf
F. Accounting Services
12. INVESTMENT PERFORMANCE REPORT FOR QUARTER ENDING MARCH 31, 2020
1Q20 Brevard Board Report.pdf
F. School Food and Nutrition
13. 2020-2021 Meal Price Increase
fns-current-financial-projection.pdf
F. Human Resources
14. Instructional Staff Recommendations
Instructional Staff 06-16-20.pdf
15. Support Staff Recommendations
Support Staff 06-16-20.pdf
16. Administrative & Professional Reappointment Nominations for 2020-2021
Administrative and Professional Reappointment FINAL(2).pdf
F. Office of Professional Learning and Development
17. Brevard County Athletic Coaching Endorsement Program
AC Add-On Renewal for 2020-25 Status Report.pdf
Athletic Coaching End Pgm 2020.pdf
18. Brevard Public Schools ESOL Endorsement Program
Add-On Renewal for 2019-20 Status Report.pdf
ESOLProgramBrevard2021-2025 FINAL.pdf
19. Brevard County Program for Add-On Endorsement in Reading Status Report
Reading Endorsement Program 2020-2025.pdf
F. Head Start Program
20. Head Start Monthly Report for the month of April 2020
april-2020-monthly report.pdf
F. Project Management
21. Astronaut High School - Additional Construction Management Services
Astronaut Change Order No. 1.pdf
22. Endeavour Elementary School - Additional Construction Management Services - SALES SURTAX
Endeavour Change Order No. 1.pdf
23. Space Coast Jr./Sr. High School - Additional Construction Management Services - SALES SURTAX
Space Coast Change Order No. 1.pdf
24. Titusville High School - Additional Construction Management Services
Titusville Change Order No. 1.pdf
25. Cocoa High School GMP #2 - Close Out
Cocoa JrSrHS GMP #2 OEF-209 200521.pdf
26. District School Security GMP #1 Close Out
27. Appoint School Board Representative to the City of Cocoa Beach Local Planning Agency
28. Appoint School Board Representative to the City of Palm Bay Local Planning Agency
29. Viera Elementary School - Additional Construction Management Services
Viera Elementary CO#1.pdf
F. Approval of Consent
30. Approval of Consent
Motion
Approve the June 16, 2020 Consent Agenda with the exception of those items pulled for discussion.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Matthew Susin
Second: Katye Campbell
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
Tina Descovich - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
Items Pulled for Discussion
G. Action
G. Superintendent
31. Submit the Extension of One-Half Cent School Capital Outlay Resolution to the Board of County Commissioners for Placement on the November Ballot
resolution-2020-02-4-24-20-final.pdf
Motion
Approve the submission of Resolution 2020-02 to extend the half-cent sales tax set to expire on December 31, 2020 to the Board of County Commissioners by July 1, 2020 for placement on the November 2020 ballot.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Matthew Susin
Second: Cheryl Mcdougall
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
Tina Descovich - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
G. Procurement and Distribution Services
32. Department/School Initiated Agreements
a - 20-830-BW-HD - HMH ELA.pdf
b - 20-833-BW-HD - Educational Learning Systems, Inc..pdf
c - 20-777-A-JE - Health First Advent Health Centra Care.pdf
d - 19-867-A-WH-A1 - NWEA MAP Growth and Related Services.pdf
e - 20-795-A-JE - Brevard Achievement Center.pdf
f - 20-742-A-JE - Gulf Coast University.pdf
g - 20-606-A-HD Agenda Item AVID PROGRAM 20-21.pdf
Motion
Approve the Bids Waived (BWs) below: a) 20-830-BW-HD - Houghton Mifflin Harcourt - Secondary Leading & Learning - $154,014.00 - Operating Other b) 20-833-BW-HD - Educational Learning Systems, Inc. - Secondary Leading & Learning - $88,400.00 - Operating Other Approve the Agreements below: c) 20-777-A-JE - Health First Advent Health Centra Care - Student Services - $236,000.00 - Operating Other d) 19-867-A-WH-A1 - NWEA MAP Growth and Related Services - Secondary Leading & Learning - $139,300.00 - Operating Categorical e) 20-795-A-JE- Brevard Achievement Center, Inc. - Student Services - $108,000.00 - Special Revenue Federal f) 20-742-A-JE- FL Gulf Coast University - Student Services - $66,953.00 - Operating Categorical g) 20-606-A-HD- AVID Center - Secondary Leading & Learning - $52,457.00 - Operating Categorical
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Matthew Susin
Second: Tina Descovich
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
Tina Descovich - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
33. Procurement Solicitations
a - 19-545-B-NC - Physical Exams for Bus Drivers - Bid Assignment.pdf
b - ITB 20-527-B-NC - Mobile Column Lifts - Reject All Bids.pdf
c - 16-P-067-P-WH - Odysseyware Online Licensing.pdf
d - RFP-20-004-P-NC Fleet Mgmt Info System (FMIS) Reject All.pdf
e - RFQ 18-Q-096-NC - Charter Bus Services - Bid Assignment.pdf
f - PB 20-836-PB-NC - Sourcewell - Heavy Duty Vehicle Maintenance.pdf
g - PB 18-PB-022-SH - Food Service Supplies and Equipment.pdf
h - PB 16-PB-005-CW - Drug & Alcohol Testing Services.pdf
Motion
Approve the Invitations To Bid (ITBs) below: a) ITB 19-545-B-NC - Physical Examinations for School Bus Drivers - Bid Assignment - Transportation Services - $N/A b) ITB 20-527-B-NC - Mobile Column Lifts - Reject All Bids - Transportation Services - $N/A Approve the Requests For Proposal (RFPs) below: c) RFP 16-P-067-WH - Competency Based Diploma and Credit Retrieval Program - Second Renewal - Student Services - Approx. $246,350.00 - Operating Categorical d) RFP 20-004-P-NC - Fleet Management Information System (FMIS) - Reject All Responses - Transportation Services - $N/A Approve the Request For Qualificaton (RFQ) below: e) RFQ 18-Q-096-NC - Charter Bus Services - Bid Assignment - Procurement & Distribution Services - $N/A Approve the Piggy Backs (PBs) below: f) PB 20-836-PB-NC - Sourcewell: Heavy Duty Vehicle Maintenance Equipment - Transportation Services - $297,840.00 - Capital Projects g) PB 18-PB-022-SH - Food Services Supplies & Equipment - Award Increase - Food & Nutrition Services - $Various h) PB 16-PB-005-CW - Drug & Alcohol Testing Services - Bid Assignment - Transportation Services - $N/A
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Matthew Susin
Second: Katye Campbell
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
Tina Descovich - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
G. Administrative Staff Recommendations II
34. Administrative Staff Recommendations
Motion
Approve the listed administrative staff recommendations: Accept the retirement of Douglas R. Cook from the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Satellite High School, effective July 31, 2020. Accept the resignation of Zaylis A. Price from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Melbourne High School, effective August 2, 2020. Accept the position change of Catherine McNutt from the position of Interim Principal, board approved on October 29, 2019, to the position of Principal at Hoover Middle School, effective June 16, 2020. The reclassification/transfer of Stephanie R. Archer from the position of Assistant Superintendent of Equity, Innovation and Choice to the position of Director of Elementary Leading and Learning, on annual contract, effective July 1, 2020. Annual salary based on grade 29 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The reclassification/transfer of Kathleen A. Campione from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Sunrise Elementary School to the position of Principal at Lockmar Elementary School, on annual contract, effective July 1, 2020. Annual salary based on grade 26 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The reclassification/transfer of Kassie R. Erenstoft from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Quest Elementary School to the position of Principal at Surfside Elementary School, on annual contract, effective July 1, 2020. Annual salary based on grade 26 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The reclassification/transfer of Javier J. Alfonso from the position of Teacher at Endeavour Elementary School to the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Mims Elementary School, on annual contract, effective August 3, 2020. Annual salary based on grade 22 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The reclassification/transfer of Kathy J. Hamilton-Brown from the position of Teacher on Assignment at Endeavour Elementary School to the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Suntree Elementary School, on annual contract, effective August 3, 2020. Annual salary based on grade 22 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The transfer of Sarah J. Oberbeck from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Meadowlane Intermediate Elementary School to the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Meadowlane Primary Elementary School, on annual contract, effective August 3, 2020. Annual salary based on grade 22 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The reclassification/transfer of Lori E. Chaplin from the position of Principal at Surfside Elementary School to the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Viera Elementary School, on annual contract, effective August 3, 2020. Annual salary based on grade 22 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The reclassification/transfer of Naim Z. Torlak from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Viera High School to the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Bayside High School, on annual contract, effective July 1, 2020. Annual salary based on grade 24 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The reclassification of Kristina L. Shiflett from the position of Coordinating Teacher at Brevard Virtual School to the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Brevard Virtual School, on annual contract, effective July 1, 2020. Annual salary based on grade 23 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The reclassification/transfer of Timothy G. Powers from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Melbourne High School to the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Cocoa High School, on annual contract, effective July 1, 2020. Annual salary based on grade 24 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The reclassification/transfer of David AC. Hamed from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Titusville High School to the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Satellite High School, on annual contract, effective August 3, 2020. Annual salary based on grade 24 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The reclassification/transfer of Peter A. Papczynski from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Rockledge High School to the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Space Coast Jr/Sr High School, on annual contract, effective July 1, 2020. Annual salary based on grade 24 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The reclassification/transfer of Jennifer A. Williams from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at McNair Magnet Middle School to the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Space Coast Jr/Sr High School, on annual contract, effective July 1, 2020. Annual salary based on grade 24 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The reclassification of Paloma L. Ferreira from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Hoover Middle School to the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Hoover Middle School, on annual contract, effective July 1, 2020. Annual salary based on grade 23 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Katye Campbell
Second: Cheryl Mcdougall
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
Tina Descovich - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
H. Information
H. District Operations
35. 5771 Search and Seizure
5771 Exe. Summ., Current, NEOLA, Redline and Clean (5-19-20).pdf
36. 7440.01 Protection of Personnel and Property
7440.01 Ex. Summ, Current, NEOLA, Redline and Clean (5-11-20).pdf
37. 8406 Reports of Suspicious Activity and Potential Threats to Schools, Facilities, Students, and Employees
8406 Exe. Summ., Current, NEOLA, Redline and Clean (5-11-20).pdf
38. 8410 Crisis Event Intervention and Response
8410 Exe. Summ, Current, NEOLA, Redline and Clean (5-19-20).pdf
39. 8410.01 Critical Incident Response
8410.01 Exe. Summ., Current, NEOLA, Redline and Clean (5-19-20).pdf
40. 8420 Emergency Evacuations of Schools
8420 Exe. Summ., Current, NEOLA, Redline and Clean (5-19-20).pdf
I. Staff Reports
J. Additional Public Presentations (If Required)
K. Board Member Reports/Discussion Points
41. Board Member Reports
L. Superintendent's Report
42. School Reopening Update
Board Update Re-Opening Task Force.pdf

Dr. Mullins said that the main focus is the safe return to school for our students and staff.  He discussed the back to school task force that had been put into place and outline the priorities. He proceed to give an overview of the DOE's reopening schools and the CARES Act.   He also discussed virtual school opportunities and the timeline for application.

Discussion ensued regarding graduations, as well as participation in athletics. 

 

 

M. Adjournment
43. Adjournment

Hearing no further discussion, Chairman Belford adjourned the meeting at: 1:29 p.m.

For more details about the meeting, you may view the recording here.

Chairman: _________________________________ Secretary: ___________________________________

INSTITUTION:  ARTICLE IX - SECTION 1.  Public education. - The education of children is a fundamental value of the people of the State of Florida. It is, therefore, a paramount duty of the state to make adequate provision for the education of all children residing within its borders. Adequate provision shall be made by law for a uniform, efficient, safe, secure, and high quality system of free public schools that allows students to obtain a high quality education and for the establishment, maintenance, and operation of institutions of higher learning and other public education programs that the needs of the people may require.

ADDRESSING THE BOARD:
Individuals or groups may address comments to the School Board at any regular meeting by following established procedures.  The maximum allotted time for a presentation is three (3) minutes.  A speaker's time may not be allocated to others.  Individuals must complete a form located on a table near the east wall of the boardroom.  Thirty minutes will be set aside at the beginning of the meeting for public discussion on non-agenda items.  Up to thirty minutes of public discussion will be allowed for each agenda action item.

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