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5:30 p.m.
 

May 9, 2023 Board Meeting
A. Call to Order
1. Call to Order

Chairman Matt Susin called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m.

A. Roll Call
2. Roll Call

Board Members Present:  Katye Campbell, Jennifer Jenkins, Matt Susin, Gene Trent and Megan Wright.

A. Moment of Silence
3. Moment of Silence

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

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

Chairman Susin led the pledge of allegiance.

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

Board Members and Ms. Hann recognized various students, staff, community members and business partners and outlined the positive impact each have on Brevard Public Schools.

A. Adoption of Agenda
6. Adoption of Agenda

Ms. Hann read into record the changes made to the agenda since it was released to the public:
 

Addition(s)

  • F20 – F22. Job Descriptions for Assistant Superintendent of Student Services, Millage Compensation Specialist and Millage Compensation Analyst
  • H40. Superintendent’s Employment Agreement
  • I43. School Board Member District Residence Area Redistricting

 

Revision(s)

  • A6. Administrative Recommendations
  • F9. Student Expulsions
  • F16. Reappointment Nominations of Continuing Professional Service Contract Teachers for 2023-24
  • F17. Reappointment Nominations of Annual Contract Teachers for 2023-24
  • F18. Administrative & Professional Reappointment Nominations for 2023-24
  • F19. Reappointment Nominations of Support Personnel and School Safety & Security Specialists for 2023-24.
Motion
Adopt the May 9, 2023 School Board meeting agenda and its revisions.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Katye Campbell
Second: Megan Wright
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
Gene Trent - Aye
Megan Wright - Aye
A. Ancillary Item
A. Administrative Staff Recommendations
7. Administrative Staff Recommendations

After the Board voted to approve the administrative recommendations, Ms. Hann recognized administrators who were in attendance.

Motion
Approve the listed administrative staff recommendations: Accept the retirement of Suzanne P. Brooks from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Cape View Elementary School, effective June 30, 2023. Accept the resignation of Brianna M. Wright from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Palm Bay Elementary School, effective July 31, 2023. Accept the resignation of Tracy L. Webley from the position of Interim Assistant Superintendent of Student Services, effective April 25, 2023. Accept the resignation of Tina L. Mila from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Space Coast Jr/Sr High School, effective April 28, 2023. Accept the resignation of Angela R. Owens from the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Palm Bay Magnet High School, effective June 30, 2023. The reclassification/transfer of Laura A. Barna from the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at DeLaura Middle School to the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Space Coast Jr/Sr High School, on annual contract, effective June 1, 2023. Annual salary based on grade 24 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The reclassification/transfer of Jenifer S. Born from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Space Coast Jr/Sr High School to the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Johnson Middle School, on annual contract, effective June 1, 2023. Annual salary based on grade 23 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The reclassification/transfer of Michael C. Gladden, Jr. from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Bayside High School to the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Eau Gallie High School, on annual contract, effective June 1, 2023. Annual salary based on grade 24 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The reclassification/transfer of Jasmine N. Jackson-Vereen from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Madison Middle School to the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Space Coast Jr/Sr High School, on annual contract, effective June 1, 2023. Annual salary based on grade 24 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The reclassification/transfer of Kavitha M. Tracy from the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Johnson Middle School to the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Heritage High School, on annual contract, effective June 1, 2023. Annual salary based on grade 24 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The reclassification/transfer of Kelly S. Bombriant from the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Stone Magnet Middle School to the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Satellite High School, on annual contract, effective July 1, 2023. Annual salary based on grade 24 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The reclassification/transfer of Mark A. Mallak from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Merritt Island High School to the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Adult and Community Education, on annual contract, effective July 1, 2023. Annual salary based on grade 24 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The reclassification/transfer of Brittany K. Postlethweight from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Viera High School to the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Southwest Middle School, on annual contract, effective July 1, 2023. Annual salary based on grade 23 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The reclassification of Genesis K. Rowe from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at McNair Magnet Middle School to the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at McNair Magnet Middle School, on annual contract, effective July 1, 2023. Annual salary based on grade 23 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The reclassification of Sarah L. Straus from the position of Teacher on Assignment at Stone Magnet Middle School to the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Stone Magnet Middle School, on annual contract, effective July 1, 2023. Annual salary based on grade 23 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The reclassification of Laura J. Glover from the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Southwest Middle School to the position of Teacher at Southwest Middle School, on annual contract, effective July 1, 2023. The transfer of Jennifer A. Williams from the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Space Coast Jr/Sr High School to the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Melbourne High School, on annual contract, effective June 1, 2023. Annual salary based on grade 24 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The transfer of Jasmin M. Baez from the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Satellite High School to the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at Palm Bay Magnet High School, on annual contact, effective July 1, 2023. Annual salary based on grade 24 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The reclassification of Nicole C. Pepin from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Croton Elementary School to the position of Teacher at an unassigned location, on annual contract, effective June 1, 2023. The transfer of Erica D. Back from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Creel Elementary School to the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Atlantis Elementary School, on annual contract, effective August 1, 2023. Annual salary based on grade 22 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program. The reclassification/transfer of Josefina Melendez from the position of Principal at Ralph Williams Elementary School to the position of Assistant Principal (12 month) at DeLaura Middle School, on annual contract, effective July 1, 2023. Annual salary based on grade 23 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Katye Campbell
Second: JenniferD Jenkins
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
Gene Trent - Aye
Megan Wright - Aye
B. Recognition of Visitors/Guests/Staff
C. Resolutions/Proclamations
D. Presentations
E. Public Comments
8. Public Comments

Chairman Susin invited speakers to the podium.  14 speakers signed up to address the Board.

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Chairman Susin called for a break at 6:07 p.m.

The meeting resumed at 6:12 p.m.
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F. Consent
F. Board Office
9. Meeting Minutes
2023-04-19 Joint Audit Committee Meeting Minutes.pdf
2023-04-25 Work Session Minutes.pdf
2023-04-25 Board Meeting Minutes.pdf
2023-04-27 Special Board Meeting Minutes.pdf
2023-05-02 Special Board Meeting Minutes.pdf
10. Student Expulsion(s)
F. Financial Services
11. Property Disposal
Board Report Letters 05-09-2023.pdf
Board Report 05-09-2023.pdf
12. Independent Citizens Committee for Millage Oversight
Independent Citizens Committee for Millage Oversight Charter.pdf
Ad-Valorem Millage Resolution 2022.01.pdf
F. Budgeting, Cost Accounting & FTE
13. FY 2023 Interim Financial Statements - March 2023
FY 2023 Interim Financial Statements - March 2023.pdf
F. Human Resources
14. Instructional Staff Recommendations
Instructional 05-09-23.pdf
15. Support Staff Recommendations
Support Staff 05-09-23.pdf
16. Specialist - Safety & Security Support Personnel
17. Reappointment Nominations of Continuing/Professional Service Contract Teachers for 2023-2024
23-24 PS-CC Instructional Reappointments.pdf
18. Reappointment Nominations of Annual Contract Teachers for 2023-2024 School Year
23-24 AC Instructional Reappointments.pdf
19. Administrative & Professional Reappointment Nominations for 2023-2024
Administrative and Professional Reappointments 2023-2024.pdf
20. Reappointment Nominations of Support Personnel and School Safety & Security Specialists for the 2023-2024 School Year
Support Reappointments 23-24.pdf
21. Job Description: Assistant Superintendent - Student Services
JD Authorization Form 2023 - Asst. Supt. SS - AMC KG.pdf
9260_ASST SUPT-SS_Clean.pdf
9260_ASST SUPT-SS_Redlined R2.pdf
22. Job Description - Millage Compensation Specialist
MILLAGE COMP SPEC_LXXXX_Draft.pdf
JD Authorization Form_Millage Specialist_SA (002) - KG.pdf
23. Job Description - Millage Compensation Analyst
MILLAGE COMP ANLST_CXXXX_Draft.pdf
JD Authorization Form_Millage Comp Analyst_SA KG.pdf
F. Secondary Office of Leading and Learning
24. Initial Request for Approval to Gather Community Input on the Naming of Viera High School Track
25. Rockledge High School Wrestling Team to Newberry, South Carolina
26. Field Trip – Rockledge High School’s Quarterback Club and Band to Dallas, Texas
F. Project Management
27. Coquina Elementary School - Construction Management Services
Coquina Building 5 GMP Attachments.pdf
28. Andersen Elementary School, Lewis Carroll Elementary School, Quest Elementary School, Roosevelt Elementary School and Madison Middle School - Freezer Cooler Replacement - Construction Management Services
Quest Cooler-Freezer GMP Attachments.pdf
Roosevelt Cooler-Freezer GMP Attachments.pdf
Andersen Cooler-Freezer GMP Attachments.pdf
Lewis Carroll Cooler-Freezer GMP Attachments.pdf
Madison Cooler-Freezer GMP Attachments.pdf
29. West Melbourne Elementary School for Science - Enhanced Hurricane Protection Area - Exemption for Classroom Addition
EHPA Waiver Letter West Melbourne.pdf
30. Imperial Estates Elementary School - Construction Management Services
Imperial Estates Restrooms GMP Attachments.pdf
31. Mila Elementary School - Award of RFQ 23-544-Q-HD - Design Services
32. West Melbourne Elementary School for Science - Design Services (RFQ 23-354-Q-HD)
West Melbourne Classroom Addition Design Attachments.pdf
West Melbourne Classroom Addition Program Verification 5.5.2023.pdf
33. Palm Bay Elementary School - Construction Management Services - SALES SURTAX RENEWAL
Palm Bay Elementary Flooring-Casework GMP Attachments.pdf
34. West Melbourne Elementary School for Science - Construction Management Services - SALES SURTAX RENEWAL
West Melbourne Casework GMP Attachments.pdf
F. Approval of Consent
35. Approval of Consent
Motion
Approve the May 9, 2023 School Board Meeting Consent Agenda items with the exception of those items pulled for discussion, if applicable.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Matthew Susin
Second: JenniferD Jenkins
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
Gene Trent - Aye
Megan Wright - Aye
Items Pulled for Discussion
G. Public Hearing
G. Human Resources
36. Board Policy 3210 Standards of Ethical Conduct
1 - po3210 and ap3210 with Coverpages for Upload rev3-29-23.pdf
Motion
Hold a public hearing and approve Board Policy 3210 Standards of Ethical Conduct.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Megan Wright
Second: Katye Campbell
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
Gene Trent - Aye
Megan Wright - Aye
G. Student Services
37. Board Policy 5500 Student Conduct
1 - po5500 with Coverpages for Upload.pdf
Motion
Hold a public hearing and approve Board Policy 5500 Student Conduct.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Matthew Susin
Second: Katye Campbell
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
Gene Trent - Aye
Megan Wright - Aye
38. Board Policy 5600 Student Discipline
1 - po5600 with Coverpages for Upload.pdf
Motion
Hold a public hearing and approve Board Policy 5600 Student Discipline.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Matthew Susin
Second: Megan Wright
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
Gene Trent - Aye
Megan Wright - Aye
39. Board Policy 5610 Removal, Out of School Suspension, Disciplinary Placement, and Expulsion of Students
1 - po5610 with Coverpages for Upload.pdf
Motion
Hold a public hearing and approve Board Policy 5610 Removal, Out of School Suspension, Disciplinary Placement, and Expulsion of Students.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Katye Campbell
Second: Matthew Susin
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
Gene Trent - Aye
Megan Wright - Aye
40. Board Policy 8420.02 Protective Facial Covering During A Pandemic/Epidemic Events
8420.02 - (Repealed) po with Coverpages for Upload (for 5-9-23).pdf
Motion
Hold a public hearing and approve the repealing of Board Policy 8420.02 Protective Facial Covering During A Pandemic/Epidemic Events.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Megan Wright
Second: Matthew Susin
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
Gene Trent - Aye
Megan Wright - Aye
H. Action
H. Board Office
41. Superintendent's Employment Agreement
2023 Superintendent Contract 5-2-23 - REDLINED.pdf
2023 Superintendent Contract 5-2-23 for 5-9-23 Agenda Approval - CLEAN VERSION.pdf
Superintendent Employment Agreement - Rendell - 2023 - SIGNED.pdf
Motion
Approve the Superintendent's Employment Agreement between the School Board of Brevard County and Mark Rendell Ed.D.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Katye Campbell
Second: Matthew Susin
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
Gene Trent - Aye
Megan Wright - Aye
H. Procurement & Distribution Services
42. Procurement Solicitations
a)20-415-B-SH Intercom & Sound System.pdf
b)23-709-B-LW Gymnasium Bleacher Replacement.pdf
c)23-711-P-JW Surplus Instructional Mtl Disposal.pdf
d)23-553-P-DR E -Tutoring.pdf
e)22-932-P-WH-Medicaid Fee Service.pdf
f)23-831-SS-JW Teacher Created Materials.pdf
g)23-799-ss-wh-imagine-learning.pdf

Ms. Wright asked Dr. Soliven, Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Leading and Learning, to the podium for some clarification on item d) RFP 23-553-P-DR E-Tutoring - Secondary Leading & Learning - $828,000.00 - Special Revenue - Federal. Ms. Wright proceeded to ask Dr. Soliven questions pertaining to student usage requirements, cancellation terms, historical tutoring use, other possible extracurricular/enrichment opportunities to use the funds on, and grant stipulations.

Ms. Wright expressed concern on spending this amount of funds for 35,000 students who may no utilize the service.

Ms. Campbell stated that academics is why we are here and explained the academic drop and challenges due to COVID. She strongly encouraged Ms. Wright to look at the website that extensively outlines all of the spending of ESSER funds. Ms. Campbell stated that this service is vital as principals cannot get there staff to stay after school for tutoring to get the numbers up. She explained that the opportunity for students to access individualized tutoring at any time of the day could have an effect that lasts.

Ms. Wright stated that she does not disagree with academics being the Board's priority, her concern is the funding for 35,000 users when 25,000 may not utilize this opportunity. She proceeded to ask Dr. Soliven additional questions, which were answered, to include when the program would be implemented/available to students if approved and if all students would utilize the service.

Mr. Susin asked Dr. Soliven to clarify what triggers the use of the program. He stated that he understands Ms. Wright's concern.

Dr. Soliven stated that she would feel comfortable with moving this item to the next Board Meeting so staff can consult with Procurement, who are the contract experts, in order to address all details for the Board.

Ms. Jenkins stated that she trusts Dr. Soliven's and the Procurement Team's professionalism to look into these questions. She stated that we will be monitoring the use and recruiting parents and students to utilize the program. Ms. Jenkins stated that this is critical and once parents find out about it, she feels we won't have a difficult time finding enough users, especially over summer.

Ms. Wright stated that since Dr. Soliven is comfortable with moving this item to the next Board Meeting to address and provide all details to the Board, she is in favor of doing that. She feels it is smart for the Board to look at the details because it may be a good opportunity to look at what we may be missing as a yes to this is a no to something else that can be extremely beneficial to our students. She hears what the Board is saying and doesn't want to not provide tutoring to students but wants to look at all of it as a whole and find out what happens if we don't use all the licenses or is there something different we can do in conjunction with this service.

Ms. Campbell asked if the Board isn't going to do this, how is tutoring going to be provided as what are currently doing, and will continue to do, is not filling all the gaps. She stated that staff have already looked at all the companies to provide this service and narrowed it down to this one, which was the best. Ms. Campbell is concerned that if we delay the approval, we may not have it in place before the end of the school year so we can really communicate with students and families. She stated that families are going to know in the coming days whether their student will need some assistance.

Motion
Pull item d) RFP 23-553-P-DR E-Tutoring - Secondary Leading & Learning - $828,000.00 - Special Revenue - Federal and place on the next meeting agenda to allow time for staff to provide all details to the Board.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Megan Wright
Second: Gene Trent
Katye Campbell - Nay
JenniferD Jenkins - Nay
Matthew Susin - Aye
Gene Trent - Aye
Megan Wright - Aye
Motion
Approve the Invitations To Bid (ITBs) below: a) 20-415-B-SH Intercom & Sound System Products and Related Services Price Increase - Plant Operations and Maintenance - $Variable - Operating Other b) ITB 23-709-B-LW Gymnasium Bleacher Replacement - Plant Operations and Maintenance - $485,144.00 - Capital Projects Approve the Request for Proposal (RFP) below: c) RFP 23-711-P-JW Surplus Instructional Material Disposal - Procurement and Distribution Services - $Variable Revenue - Operating Categorical e) RFP 22-932-P-WH Medicaid Fee for Service, Scheduling and Billing - $753,445.33 - Student Services - Operating Other Approve the Sole Source (SS) below: f) SS 23-831-SS-JW Teacher Created Materials - Elementary Leading and Learning - $100,000.00 g) 23-799-SS-WH - Imagine Language and Literacy - Student Services - $104,068.48 - Special Revenue - Federal
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Katye Campbell
Second: Matthew Susin
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
Gene Trent - Aye
Megan Wright - Aye
H. Human Resources
43. Reappointment Nomination of Annual Contract Teacher for 2023-2024 School Year
Form 8B Voting Conflict - Jenkins 2023-24 - SIGNED.pdf

Ms. Jenkins abstained from this vote as her husband, David S. Jenkins, was to be reappointed as a teacher for the 2023-24 school year.

Motion
Approve the reappointment nomination of David S. Jenkins to the position of Teacher at DeLaura Middle School.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Katye Campbell
Second: Megan Wright
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Abstain
Matthew Susin - Aye
Gene Trent - Aye
Megan Wright - Aye
I. Information
I. Board
44. School Board Member District Residence Area Redistricting
School Board Member -County Commissioner Districts 2022-2023.pdf
RESOLUTION Re Board Member Residence Redistricting 5-2-23 (002).pdf

Ms. Campbell stated that she has thought a lot about this plan and recognizes that this is not a decision about what is best for kids, so does not want to spend a lot of energy with continued controversy pertaining to the topic, but wanted finish out the night with her concerns. Ms. Campbell proceeded to address her concerns which included how the decision was made, things that were said, disregard of her initial concerns, gerrymandering lines to match with the County Commission, creating additional confusion, making a change for voters, and the false statement of her not running again. She urged the Board to be clear and transparent when going through these processes.

Ms. Jenkins stated that when the process isn't being done with full transparency and integrity, then we are impacting the little people. She stated that this is not a selfish decision for her as she has stated many times that she is not running again for District 3. Ms. Jenkins said the whole point of this is foolish with a disproportionate representation of schools. She asked where the Board's priorities are as we allow the County Commission to draw their map where they wanted to and we are relinquishing our own authority to them by simply accepting their map. She stated that she is not comfortable with relinquishing the Board's authority. Ms. Jenkins explained that she believes it should be as reflective as possible to have evenly based schools for easier representation and more of a relationship with schools.

Ms. Wright appreciated Ms. Campbell's statements and has thought of the redistricting in every way. She clarified that the Board is redistricting due to a requirement by federal law and asked Mr. Gibbs to explain the requirements. Ms. Wright stated that if we are not aligned with federal requirements, the district is exposed to liability. Ms. Wright explained that even if she wasn't in her district, she still feels it makes sense to line them up with the County Commission. She stated that the reason the Board is having this conversation and making this decision says that we are deciding and not just relinquishing our right. Ms. Wright understands that it is controversial for some of the members on the Board but it makes the most sense to her.

Mr. Trent explained that he has stated from the start that he didn't need a consultant group because we were out there knocking on doors and speaking to residents. He stated that if the County Commission has already done this, and paid for it, that it makes sense to line up with theirs. Mr. Trent explained that it is not political and is saving $52,000 and is not personal in any way.

Mr. Susin stated that he brought this before the Board in 2021 and the original intent was to join the County Commission to make the decision together, but the Board decided it was too short of a window to do it. He explained that if you look at the districts how they currently are, there is gerrymandering significantly through certain areas. Mr. Susin stated that statute says Board Members are to represent all schools, so there shouldn't be concern of having more or less schools within our district. He shared that in general, this is a better format and gives us what we wanted with transparency.

Ms. Jenkins stated that Mr. Gibbs informed the Board that by moving two Board Members outside of their district it can open us up to potential lawsuits to challenge Board Members living outside of ones district, which could potential incur a cost to the district.

I. Human Resources
45. Board Policy 3500 Remote Work
Cover Pages with po3500, ap3500, and foms for upload rev 5-4-23.pdf
I. Elementary Office of Leading and Learning
46. K-12 Comprehensive Evidence Based Reading Plan (CERP) - SY 2023-24
K-12 CERP 2023-24.pdf
J. Staff Reports
K. Board Member Reports/Discussion Points
47. Board Member Reports/Discussion Points
L. Superintendent's Report
48. Superintendent's Report
M. Public Comments (If Additional Time Needed)
N. Adjournment
49. Adjournment

Chairman Susin adjourned the meeting at 7:50 p.m.

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 set forth in Board Policy 0169.1.  All attendees must register his or her intention to speak in the public portion of the meeting upon arrival by completing a speaker's form.  The signup period for all public comments, both agenda and non-agenda, will close at the start of the Board meeting.

NOTES: 

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