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5:30 p.m.
 

September 8. 2022 Final Budget Hearing & School Board Meeting
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. Pledge of Allegiance
4. Pledge of Allegiance

Chairman Belford led the Pledge of Allegiance.

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. 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.

Additions:

  • F21. Financial Statements for Period Ending April 30, 2022
  • I60. Budget Amendments for June 30, 2022
  • K61. Legislative Platform Issues

Revisions

  • A7. Administrative Staff Recommendations
  • A8. Final Budget Hearing Presentation
  • A12. 2023 Budget Adoption
  • D18. Transportation Update Presentation
  • F52. Viera High School Classroom Addition
  • H59 Procurement Solicitations

 

Motion
Amend the agenda to move B16 to immediately follow the adoption of the agenda.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Katye Campbell
Second: Matthew Susin
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
Motion
Approve the September 8, 2022 Final Public Budget Hearing & Board Meeting agenda as amended and its revisions.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Matthew Susin
Second: Katye Campbell
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
Motion
Amend the agenda and move C17 before A7.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Katye Campbell
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

Dr. Mullins recognized the following administrators who were present at the meeting:

  • Tina Mila - Reclassed from the position of ESE Support Specialist in Administrative Support to the position of Assistant Principal at Space Coast Jr/Sr High, effective September 12.
Motion
Approve the listed administrative staff recommendations: The resignation of Gregory Bachman from the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Space Coast Jr/Sr High School, effective September 2, 2022. The reclassification/transfer of Tina L. Mila from the position of ESE Support Specialist in Administrative Support to the position of Assistant Principal (10 month) at Space Coast Jr/Sr High School, on annual contract, effective September 12, 2022. Annual salary based on grade 24 of the Nonbargaining Salary Administration Program.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Cheryl Mcdougall
Second: Katye Campbell
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
A. Budget Hearing
A. Presentation
8. Final Public Budget Hearing
Brevard Public Hearing-FY 23 Final Hearing_9.8.22 FINAL.pdf

Cindy Lesinski, CFO, provided the Board and audience with a presentation on the proposed 2022-2023 millage levy and budget.  Discussion ensued among the Board pertaining to the information presentation, which included additional clarification for the audience and questions that were answered by Ms. Lesinski.

A. Public Comment
9. 2023 Proposed Millage Levy

No individuals were present to speak pertaining to this item.

10. 2023 Final Budget

Two individuals were present to speak pertaining to the 2023 Final Budget.

A. Superintendent's Recommendations
11. 2023 Required Local Effort, Local Discretionary and Capital Outlay Millage Resolution Adoption
ESE524-.pdf
Motion
Adopt the attached Resolution setting the Required Local Effort, Local Discretionary, and Capital Outlay millage rate of 5.4950 mills for 2023. The written resolution is incorporated into this motion by reference.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Cheryl Mcdougall
Second: Katye Campbell
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
12. 2023 Budget Adoption
FY 2023 Final All Funds - Budget Summary.pdf
FY 2023 Changes to Proposed Budget.pdf
Motion
Adopt the 2023 Budget in the following amounts: Operating $678,560,974 Debt Service 37,997,197 Capital Outlay 379,694,784 Special Revenue 302,698,996 Internal Service 93,676,041 Enterprise 5,096,815 Subtotal $1,497,724,807 Less Transfers 67,584,868 Total $1,430,139,939
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Cheryl Mcdougall
Second: JenniferD Jenkins
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
13. 2023 Adopted Millage Levy Adjustments
Motion
Authorize the Superintendent to adjust the adopted millage levy and budget due to changes in the certified tax roll.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Cheryl Mcdougall
Second: Katye Campbell
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
14. Forward Adopted Millage Levy Resolution
Motion
Authorize the Superintendent to forward the adopted millage levy resolution to the Brevard County Property Appraiser and Tax Collector no later than thirty (30) days following the adjournment of the Value Adjustment Board.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Cheryl Mcdougall
Second: Katye Campbell
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
15. Forward Budget Documentation
Motion
Authorize the Superintendent to forward the following to the designated State agencies: The adopted budget, millage levy resolution, certified tax roll, rolled-back rates, proposed millage, and certified copies of advertisements of the proposed budget and millage rate to the State Department of Education. The millage levy resolution, certified tax roll, rolled-back rates, proposed millage, and certified copies of advertisements for the proposed budget and millage rate to the Department of Revenue.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Cheryl Mcdougall
Second: Katye Campbell
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
B. Recognition of Visitors/Guests/Staff
B. Human Resources
16. 2023 Principal Achievement Award for Outstanding Leadership and Outstanding Assistant Principal Achievement Award
C. Resolutions/Proclamations
17. National Suicide Prevention Month
National Suicide Prevention Month Resolution 2022.pdf

Mr. Russell Bruhn, Chief Strategic Communications Officer read the resolution.  The Board expressed appreciation to individuals present for their support of this resolution.

Motion
Approve a resolution recognizing the month of September as National Suicide Prevention Month.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: JenniferD Jenkins
Second: Katye Campbell
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
D. Presentations
D. Superintendent
18. Transportation Update
Supt Report - Transportation Update - 9.8.22.pdf

The Board recessed the meeting at 7:13 p.m.  The meeting resumed at 7:25 p.m.

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Dr. Mullins provided the Board and viewing audience with a Transportation Update.  Discussion ensued among the Board pertaining to the topic.  The Board also expressed appreciation to the Transportation team for their hard work in getting students to and from school.

E. Public Comment (Agenda Items)
19. Public Comments (Agenda Items)

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

Four individual signed up to address the Board. 

F. Consent
F. Board Office
20. Meeting Minutes
2022-0809 Board Work Session.pdf
2022-0809 School Board Meeting.pdf
F. Financial Services
21. Financial Statements For Period Ending April 30, 2022
FINAL Interim Financial Statements - April 30 2022.pdf
22. Investment Supplemental Information for Quarter Ended June 30,2022
2Q2022 Brevard SD Board Report FINAL.pdf
23. General Fund Budget Amendment #8 as of May 31, 2022
May 2022 FY 2022 Monthly Budget Amendment #8.pdf
24. Financial Statement For Period Ending May 31, 2022
FINAL Interim Financial Statements - May 31 2022.pdf
25. Annual Financial Reports for Fiscal Year 2021-22
AFR 2022.pdf
26. Property Disposal
Board Report 09-08-2022.pdf
Board Report Letters 09-08-22.pdf
F. Human Resources
27. Support Staff Recommendations
Support Staff 09-08-2022.pdf
28. Specialist - Safety & Security Support Personnel
29. Job Description: Coordinator - STEM Programing
STEM COORDINATOR_xxxxx_08.01.2022.pdf
JD Authorization Form SS.pdf
30. Job Description: Coordinating Teacher - School Academies
COORD TCH-SCH ACAD - Auth form.pdf
9260_COORD TEACH - SCHOOL ACAD_E0707_08.01.22_Draft.pdf
9260_COORD TEACH - SCHOOL ACAD_E0707_08.01.22 clean.pdf
31. Job Description: District Mental Health Counselor
JD Authorization Form District MH Counselor (003).pdf
JD District Mental Health Counselor_08.01.22 NEW.pdf
32. Job Description: Custodial Services Foreman
JD Authorization Form Custodial Services Foreman.pdf
Custodial Services Foreman_Cxxxx_8.05.22 - NEW.pdf
33. Job Description: Assistant Director - Transportation Services
Assistant Director Transportation_C2425_8-8-2022 clean.pdf
Assistant Director Transportation_C2425_8-8-2022 edit.pdf
Assistant Director - Transportations JD Authorization Form.pdf
F. Labor Relations
34. Approve 2022-2023 Collective Bargaining Agreement with Brevard Federation of Teachers
TA package - July 29, 2022.pdf
F. Secondary Office of Leading and Learning
35. Field Trip - Satellite High School's Cross Country Team to Huntsville, Alabama
SHS Southern Showcase Cross Country Meet Information and Itinerary.pdf
36. Field Trip - Melbourne High's IB Theatre Students to New York City, New York
Melbourne HS Itinerary to NYC, NY - October 2022.pdf
Melbourne HS ISTA TaPS - Perspectives information October 2022.pdf
37. Field Trip - Melbourne High School's Crew Team to Augusta, Georgia
Melbourne HS Crew Team Itinerary - November 2022.pdf
38. Career and Technical Education (CTE) Equipment Modernization Concept Proposal
39. Career and Technical Education (CTE) Equipment Upgrade Concept Proposal
40. Pathways to Career Opportunities Grant (PCOG) Program
F. SLL Acceleration & Enrichment
41. 2022 - 2023 Dual Enrollment Articulation Agreement with EFSC
2022-23 BPS EFSC DE Articulation Agreement draft.docx
2022-23 BPS EFSC DE Articulation Agreement final for Board Review 9.8.22.pdf
2022-23 BPS EFSC DE Articulation Exhibit A (Final).pdf
2022-23 BPS EFSC DE Articulation Exhibit B (Final).pdf
2022-23 BPS EFSC DE Articulation Exhibit C (Final).pdf
F. Student Services
42. Code of Student Conduct
2022.23 Code of Student Conduct Final.pdf
F. District Operations
43. 2022-2023 Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program Grant
44. School Bus Routes 2022-2023
BPS Bus Routes 2022-2023.pdf
F. Head Start Program
45. Head Start Governing Board and Policy Council Reports for the Months of May and June 2022
May 2022 Monthly Report.pdf
June 2022 Monthly Report.pdf
F. Project Management
46. Space Coast Jr./Sr. High School - Construction Management Services -SALES SURTAX RENEWAL
Space Coast Bleachers GMP Attachments.pdf
47. Educational Plant Survey Revision
DRAFT Spot Survey 5-Version 3.pdf
Facilities Aerial Maps and photos.pdf
48. Creel Elementary School - Technology Infrastructure Renewal - Sales Surtax and Sales Surtax Renewal
Creel Technology Upgrades GMP Attachments.pdf
49. Viera Area Middle School - Enhanced Hurricane Protection Area - Partial Exemption
Brevard County Emergency Management EHPA Viera Area Middle School.pdf
50. Cape View Elementary - Construction Management Services
Cape View Playfield GMP Attachments.pdf
Cape View playfield map.pdf
51. Viera High School Classroom Addition - Portable Relocation - Design Build Services
Endeavour Portable GMP Attachments.pdf
Pinewood-Satellite Portables GMP Attachments.pdf
52. Gardendale Alternative Learning Center - Construction Management Services
Gardendale Change Order 2 - Additional Power and Technology - Student Services.pdf
53. Viera High School Classroom Addition - Design Build Services
Viera HS Addition GMP Attachments.pdf
54. Reallocation of Sales Surtax Revenue - Educational Technology
2020 surtax renewal program change ET 08.17.2022 ICOC.pdf
Modern Classroom ICOC Questions and Responses.pdf
55. Eau Gallie High School - Construction Management Services
Eau Gallie Marine Lab GMP Attachments.pdf
F. Approval of Consent
56. Approval of Consent
Motion
Approve the September 8, 2022 Board Meeting consent items with the exception of those pulled for discussions, if applicable.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Katye Campbell
Second: Cheryl Mcdougall
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
Items Pulled for Discussion
F. Human Resources
57. Instructional Staff Recommendations
Instructional Staff 09-08-2022.pdf

Mr. Susin made a motion to remove Wardell Jefferson-Collins from being appointed to the Cocoa Beach High School head basketball position for reasons discussed at the previous Board Meeting.  The motion was seconded by Ms Jenkins and was then open for discussion.

Mr. Susin stated that it isn't an argument over who is a better coach.  He explained that he believes the burden of proof falls on the district to change a ruling from a previous arbitration before moving forward with an appointment.  Mr. Susin explained what transpired since the last meeting pertaining to this topic.

Ms. Jenkins stated that district staff did not do anything intentionally wrong or inaccurate.  She believes this is the due process that should happen and we are following appropriate steps, but she personally doesn't think that we should appoint someone while in the middle of an arbitration.  

Ms. McDougall stated that Mr. Jefferson-Collins has already been connecting with students on his own time, not on school grounds. Ms. McDougall explained that she is looking to meet the needs of our students as they should have a coach.

Ms. Campbell explained that even if the arbitration could have been held within a couple of weeks from our last meeting, each side would then have 30 days to turn in their briefs, followed by another 30 days for the arbitrator to issue an opinion.  She stated that due to this process, there is the potential that the decision on this case would not be made until after basketball season.  It is not a requirement that an arbitrator would make the Board change the position in the middle of a season.

Mr. Susin reiterated that the burden of proof falls on this district, and it is not a matter of the quality of the coach.  He explained that there has been an opportunity for the arbitration team to meet, in addition the arbitrator takes into consideration the affect on the students.  He stated that he feels that we could have had this done prior to the season.

Ms. Jenkins reiterated that she feels we should wait until the arbitration is over, but does not believe we should be leaving the students without a coach.  She stated that the district will have to honor the results of the arbitration.

After the Board took action on this item, Dr. Mullins provided additional clarification pertaining to the process and clarified that staff's actions were done appropriately and consistent with past practice.  He stated that his staff has been ready for weeks and the outcome is dependent on five other parties.

Motion
Motion to remove Wardell Jefferson-Collins from being appointed to the Cocoa Beach High School head basketball position.
Vote Results ( Rejected )
Motion: Matthew Susin
Second: JenniferD Jenkins
Misty Belford - Nay
Katye Campbell - Nay
JenniferD Jenkins - Nay
Cheryl Mcdougall - Nay
Matthew Susin - Aye
Motion
Approve the routine instructional staff recommendations as originally presented.
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Katye Campbell
Second: Matthew Susin
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Nay
G. Public Hearing
H. Action
H. Procurement and Distribution Services
58. Department/School Initiated Agreements
a- 22-962-A-MC Brevard CARES.pdf
b - 23-112-A-MC Health Services.pdf
c - 22-856-BW-MC - Loving Guidance.pdf

For clarification due to constituent confusion/concern, Ms. Campbell asked Ms. Moore to walk through the health consent form, which falls under the Health Services contract.  Ms. Moore provided the information requested and also answered other questions from individual Board Members.

Motion
Approve the Agreements below: a - 22-962-A-MC - Brevard CARES - Elementary Leading & Learning - $64,800.00 - Special Revenue Federal b - 23-112-A-MC - Health Service Plan - Student Services - $N/A Approve the Bids Waived (BW) below: c - 22-856-BW-MC - Loving Guidance, Inc. - Amendment - Student Services - $176,490.00 - Special Revenue Federal
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Cheryl Mcdougall
Second: Katye Campbell
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
59. Procurement Solicitations
a - 22-402-PB-CC - Science Supplies and Eqpmt.pdf
b - 23-012-PB-MC - Athletic Turf Maintenance.pdf
c - 23-036-PB-HD - George Gideon Auctioneers, Inc..pdf
d - SC 20-661-SC-SH - Flooring.pdf
e - 23-066-SC-CC - AED Units and Accessories.pdf
f - 23-072-SS-HD - WestEd APTT.pdf
g - 20-759-B-SH - Wastewater Treatment.pdf
h - 21-572-B-WH - Temp Services.pdf
i - 22-934-B-WH - Diesel, Gas and Fuel Oil.pdf
Motion
Approve the Piggy Backs (PBs) below: a - PB 22-402-PB-CC - Science Supplies and Equipment - Procurement & Distribution Services - $Variable b - 23-012-PB-MC - Athletic Turf Maintenance - Facilities Services - $300,000.00 - Operating Other c - 23-036-PB-HD - George Gideon Auctioneers, Inc. - Procurement & Distribution Services - $Revenue Approve the State Contracts (SCs) below: d - 20-661-SC-SH - Flooring Materials, Related Supplies and Services - Facilities Services - $Variable e - SC 23-066-SC-CC - AED Units and Accessories - Procurement & Distribution Services - $Variable Approve the Sole Source (SS) below: f - SS-23-072-SS-HD - WestEd APTT - Elementary Leading & Learning - $65,000.00 - Special Revenue Federal Approve the Invitations To Bid (ITBs) below: g - ITB 20-759-B-SH - Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Services - Facilities Services - $Variable - Operating Other h - ITB 21-572-B-WH - Temporary Personnel Services - Food & Nutrition Services - $Variable i - ITB 22-934-B-WH - Diesel, Gasoline & Fuel Oil - Transportation Services - $Variable
Vote Results ( Approved )
Motion: Matthew Susin
Second: Cheryl Mcdougall
Misty Belford - Aye
Katye Campbell - Aye
JenniferD Jenkins - Aye
Cheryl Mcdougall - Aye
Matthew Susin - Aye
I. Information
I. Financial Services
60. Budget Amendments for June 30, 2022
June 2022 FY 2022 Monthly Budget Amendment #9.pdf
Debt Service Budget Amendment FY 22 #1.pdf
Capital Project Funds FY22 Budget Amendment #1.pdf
Special Revenue Fund Food Service Budget Amendment #2 as of June 30, 2022..pdf
Special Revenues - Other FY22 Budget Amendment #1.pdf
School Internal Funds budget resolution 6.22.pdf
Special Revenue - Fed Educational Stabilization FY22 Budget Amendment #1.pdf
2021-22 Casualty Funds (71X) Budget Amend #2-06.30.2022.pdf
2021-22 Health Funds (73X) Budget Amend #2-06.30.2022.pdf
J. Staff Reports
K. Board Member Reports/Discussion Points
61. Legislative Platform Issues

Chairman Belford explained FSBA's deadline to submit legislative platform requests.   Ms. Campbell added this item for discussion to see if there were topics that should be provided to FSBA.   

Ms. Campbell stated that there is not a requirement to submit topics, but if there is an interest to submit anything, this would be the only opportunity to have the conversation and submit prior to FSBA's deadline.  Ms. Campbell suggested items that were submitted before to see if there was interest in submitting again, specifically pre-k teachers or the definition of classroom teachers to, include all instructional personnel.  

Ms. Belford stated that there should be a push on student station costs.  Discussion ensued pertaining to this topic.  

Mr. Susin explained that there has been some interest in a review commission to review the regulation of the DOE on the school district to reduce some of the workload we are having to deal with (paperwork, etc.).  Discussion ensued pertaining to this topic.  

Ms. Jenkins stated that it is critical that FSBA gets into the fight when it comes to accommodating the salaries of our teachers and staff.  She explained that the district is legislatively handcuffed when it comes to how we can provide raises to our staff.

Dr. Mullins stated that FADSS and FSBA collaborate across organizations/associations and he explained some of the conversations he has had while serving on FADSS' Board of Directors which include, 1) begin discussion on or propose to move TSIA allocation into the FEFP as a separate categorical and 2) reconsideration of the calendar year sit out for an individual who retires and does DROP in order to come back into the system.  Dr. Mullins provided further explanation on both topics.

Ms. Belford will prepare verbiage to include all topics discussed and will share with the Board once complete for any feedback.

62. Board Member Reports/Discussion Points

Board Members who provided a report and their affiliated topic(s) are below:
 

  • Jennifer Jenkins
    • Florida Sunshine Law Requirements on Public Records for Elected Officials
L. Superintendent's Report
63. Superintendent's Report

Dr. Mullins provided the Board with an update on our student enrollment, which is currently over projection.  Dr. Mullins also provided additional information on our mentoring program framework and the first ever parent academy that will be held the first week in October. 

Chairman Belford expressed appreciation to staff for their continuous efforts on behalf of our students.  

M. Public Comments (Non-Agenda Topics)
64. Public Comments (Non-Agenda Topics)

Speakers were reminded of the three minute time limit for non-agenda items as well as the decorum expected while speaking.

Two individuals signed up to address the Board.  

Ms. Belford provided clarification to comments made pertaining to a situation at one of her schools.  She explained that the parent has updated the information that was presented by public speaker and has spoken with both leadership at the school and the other child's parents.  All parties seem to be on the same page.
 

N. Adjournment
65. Adjournment

Chairman Belford adjourned the meeting at 9:06 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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