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Breathitt County Board of Education Regular Advisory Board Meeting
November 19, 2019 5:00 PM
Breathitt High School Library

Video Teleconference 

Graduates Prepared For College, Career, and Community


Breathitt County Schools will accomplish this vision by:

1.  Putting students FIRST in ALL decision making,

2.  Setting high expectations for student achievement,

3.  Advocating for every child,

4.  Promoting growth for students and staff,

5.  Actively engaging community stakeholders, and

6.  Promoting positive school/community culture.

I. Call to Order.
A. Roll Call
B. Pledge of Allegiance/Mission and Vision
C. Review of Commissioner's ApprovalsMike Murphy
D. Adopt Agenda
II. Presentations/Reports
A. Student Recognitions
a. Michael Wells
b. Dylan Gilbert
c. Mataya Howard
d. Kennedy Mullins
e. Artis(AJ) Fugate
f. Chelsey Campbell
g. Amber Baker
h. Jerryn Johnson
i. Michael Turner
j. Autumn Cox
k. Caden Hogg
l. Tyler Roberts
m. Jacob Banks
n. Jeremy Pelfrey
o. Cody Lovins
p. Braxton Hardin
q. Enrique Mancillas
r. Danielle Griffith
s. Malachai Hurt
t. Austin Cox
u. Jace Johnson
v. Alex Wireman
w. Marissa Howard
x. Glen Hensley
y. Ethan Nichols
z. Leah Peters
aa. Chasity (Star) Banks
bb. Ina Whitely
2. Cross Country
a. Herbert McIntosh
3. Volley-Cats 14th Region Champs
a. Kaileigh Brown-14th Region All Tourney Team
b. Alexis Clemons
c. Tory Gross
d. Bayleigh Miller
e. Chloe Richart-14th Region All Tourney Team
f. Mckenzie Robertson
g. Adryona Salyers
h. Kendra Sizemore
i. Emilie Vanover
j. Christina Neace
k. Parker Bowling
l. Mckenzie Napier
m. Adreonna Schutz-14th Region MVP
n. Emalee Watts-14th Region All Tourney Team
o. Sandra Neace
p. Kaylea Ritchie
q. Allie Noble
r. Jacey Carpenter
s. Haley Hyden
t. Hannah Turner
u. Molly Clay
v. Breleigh Spencer
w. Kirsten Spicer
x. Angelina Brewer
y. Grace Clemons
z. Savanna Montgomery
B. Staff Recognitions
C. Reports
1. Kentucky Center for School Safety Safe School Assessment ReportWill Noble/
Dan Orman
2. Attendance ReportSusan Watts
3. Benchmark Data ReportStacey Davidson
4. Superintendent ReportPhillip Watts
III. Consent
A. Consider approval of MOA with Kentucky Governor’s Office of Early Childhood (GOEC) in the amount of $59,942.88.
B. Consider approval of the 2019-2020 District Wellness Policy.
C. Consider approval of the 2019-2020 Nutrition & Physical Activity Report Card & District Alliance Report.
D. Consider approval of the 2020-2021 Technology Plan.
IV. Student Learning and Support Items Recommended for Approval
1. Consider approval of minutes of previous meetings.
a. October 22, 2019 Regular Meeting
b. October 22, 2019 Special Called/Finance Corporation Meeting
c. October 29,2019 Special Called Meeting
d. November 1, 2019 Special Called Meeting
2. Consider approval of the October 2019 Treasurer's Report.
3. Consider approval of the November 2019 bills for payment.
4. Consider approval of the second and final reading of Policy 04.3111 District Issuance of Checks.
5. Consider approval of purchasing materials with Amplify Education for Science Curriculum Resources Grades K-8 in the amount of $197,531.81.
6. Consider approval of amending the 2019-2020 school calendar to move August 1,2019 and January 3, 2020 (teacher work days) to future dates when school is canceled due to inclement weather.
7. Consider approval of the FY 2019 Audit Report.
8. Consider approval of non-resident contracts with adjacent districts as follows:
a. Hazard Independent
b. Knott County
c. Lee County
d. Magoffin Co.
e. Morgan Co.
f. Owsley Co.
g. Wolfe Co.
h. Estill Co.
i. Perry County
j. Jackson Independent
9. Consider approval of board members attending the 84th Annual KSBA Conference, February 21-23, 2020 at the Galt House in Louisville.
10. Consider approval of creating Bus Driver Trainee position(s) and job description.
11. Consider approval of the commitment letter subject to contract approval later, with a start date of November 19,2019 with the University of Louisville Research Foundation.
12. Consider approval of Athletic Director position being full time starting in the 2020-2021 school year.
13. Consider approval of extending position and updating the job description for Literacy(Reading) Specialist to Literacy/Intervention Specialist.
14. Consider approval of updating the job descriptions for Curriculum Specialist.
15. Consider approval for the Breathitt Baseball High School head coaching salary be reallocated to the high school baseball team to use for equipment, uniforms, and supplies for the 2019-2020 school year.
16. Consider approval of bid amount $6,820.00 with Wildcat Fencing and Lawn-care for chain link fencing at the Highland-Turner Elementary School road front.
17. Consider approval of purchasing LED lights for the BHS Library, Blue Softball/Baseball Building, and specific areas at Central Office from State Electric Supply Company per KPC contract, not to exceed $12,000.
a. Consider approval of creating a Technology Integration Specialist position.
18. Consider approval of accepting the proposal from LE Gregg Associates, in the estimated total of $12,212.00, for the Kentucky Building Code required Material Testing & Special Inspections Services for the Sebastian Elementary Partial Renovation Project (base bid + 2 alternates). The fee structure for services is to be based on the individual Unit Prices listed in their proposal.
19. Consider approval for emergency certification for employee #4603.
20. Consider approval of the Breathitt High School 21st Century grant application.
V. Personnel Notifications
VI. Informational Items
A. Communication/Sharing (All Present)
B. School Financial Reports
C. School SBDM Reports
D. State Management Report and Recommendation
VII. Adjournment