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Breathitt County Board of Education Regular Board Meeting
March 24, 2020 5:00 PM
Breathitt Board of Education Central Office

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. Adopt Agenda
II. Presentations/Reports
A. Student Recognitions
1. Elder Abuse Poster Contest Winners
a. Kaylee Gibson-1st place(Grade 5-6)
b. Brielle Halsey-2nd place (Grade 5-6)
c. Kaydence Neace-3rd place (Grade 5-6)
d. Aubreyanna Porter-1st place (grade 3-4)
e. Taylee Noble-2nd place (Grade 3-4)
f. Kaylee Trent-3rd place (Grade 3-4)
2. Sebastian Regional-Overall Runners Up
3. Sebastian Elementary-Quick Recall 4th Place
a. Hunter Barrett-1st Place Social Studies
b. Sophia Jiang
c. Adam Spencer-Arts & Humanities-2nd Place
d. Jaiden Ritchie
e. Sawyer Baker-Language Arts-4th Place
f. Natasha Bailey
g. Nathan Chapman
h. Anna Watts
4. Sebastian Elementary-Future Problem Solving-4th Place-Regional.
a. Hunter Barrett
b. Adam Spencer
c. Mason Nunn
d. Anna Watts
5. FBLA
a. Aaron Clutter – Video Game Design – 1st Place
b. Major Ritchie–Video Game Design – 1st Place
c. Isaac White-Video Game Design – 1st Place
d. Alexis Deaton – Agribusiness – 3rd Place
e. Caleb Fugate – Emerging Business Issues – 3rd Place
f. Caleb Bates – Emerging Business Issues – 3rd Place
g. Courtney Bowling – Spreadsheet Applications – 2nd Place
h. Haley Gross – Social Media Campaign – 2nd Place
i. Haley Bryant– Social Media Campaign – 2nd Place
j. Jacob Childers – Word Processing – 3rd Place;Social Media Campaign – 2nd Place
k. Jerryn Johnson – Talent Show – 3rd Place
l. Logan Canoy – Computer Problem Solving – 2nd Place
m. Nathan Mayes – Cyber Security – 3rd Place
n. Wesley Little – Digital Video Production – 2nd Place
o. Damian Bush– Digital Video Production – 2nd Place
p. Jason Allen – Digital Video Production – 2nd Place
q. Andrew Hale – E-Commerce – 2nd Place
B. Staff Recognitions
C. Reports
1. Superintendent ReportPhillip Watts
2. Attendance ReportSusan Watts
3. Harshaw Trane Energy ReportWill Noble
III. Student Learning and Support Items Recommended for Approval
A. CONSENT ITEMS
1. Approval of Use Property Requests
a. Consider approval of facility usage agreement for MKCAP Head Start to use LBJ for purpose of Head Start Graduation on May 5, 2020, contingent upon insurance.
b. Consider approval of facility usage agreement for Cubs basketball to use MRC gymnasium for games and practices, March 2020-February 2021.
c. Consider approval of facility usage agreement for the Bobcat Base Run 5k Run/Walk at Sebastian Elementary during April-June 2020.
d. Consider approval of facility usage agreement for Sandra Phipps to use LBJ to teach Zumba classes on Monday's and Thursday from 5:00p.m.-6:45p.m.
2. Consider approval of attending KSBA Summer Leadership Conference on July 10-11, 2020, at Marriott Griffin Gate, Lexington, KY.
B. DISCUSSION ITEMS
1. Consider approval of minutes of previous meetings.
a. 02/25/2020 Regular Meeting Minutes
b. 03/12/2020 Special Called Meeting Minutes.
2. Consider approval of the Treasurer's Report.
3. Consider approval of the March 2020 bills for payment.
4. Consider approval for FY2020 Capital Funds Request Form.
5. Consider approval of application for Non-Traditional Instruction Days (NTI) for 2020-2021 school year.
6. Consider approval of the 5 Year Strategic Plan including Vision, Mission, Our Core Beliefs, Our District Commitments, Academic, Financial and Facility Goals.
7. Consider approval of the 2020-2021 Communication Plan for Breathitt County Schools.
8. Consider approval of Next Generation Academy at Breathitt High School.
9. Consider approval of renewing student insurance with Roberts Insurance Company for the 2020-2021 school year at same price as last year.
10. Consider approval of Cincinnati Floor Company (KPC Vendor) to sand, seal existing Coliseum floor at Breathitt County High School not to exceed $22,000.
11. Consider approval of Cincinnati Floor Company (KPC Vendor) to screen the existing wood gymnasium floors for, HTS, MRC, SES and BHS gym floor and Coliseum, and existing finish not to exceed $12,000.
12. Consider approval Pay Application #3 in the amount of $113,842.67 for Construction Project BG#19-320, payable to Allen Construction.
13. Consider approval of Direct Purchase Orders (totaling $9,439.34 for Construction Project BG#19-320, payable to individual vendors per invoice, as follows: PO #0005-2007209, Lee Building Products (Division 4, Masonry), $4,208.84 total • PO #0007-2007193, Wells Group (Division 3, Concrete), $5,230.50 total.
14. Consider approval of Approve Change Order #3 in the amount of $8,545.25 for Construction Project BG#19-320, to be added to Allen Construction, LLC, construction contract. Change Order #3 includes the following proposal requests: • Proposal Request #4: Provide two additional sanitary sewer clean-outs in Area C., Owner’s Request. Cost: $705.00. • Proposal Request #5: Provide closed cell, spray insulation around perimeter of Area C, at the intersection of the CMU walls and metal roof deck, to provide thermal air barrier and air leak protection. Owner’s Request. Cost: $2,820.00.Proposal Request #6: Provide new veneer plaster finish to the interior surface of the north cmu wall of Area C, for smooth wall finish to existing inconsistent, damaged cmu wall surface. Found Conditions. Cost: $7,520.25. •Proposal Request #7: Delete contractual requirement for Allen Construction to provide an on-site construction trailer and construction electric. Owner’s Request. Cost: $2,500.00 credit.
15. Consider approval of purchasing two small cargo/passenger vans to transport food within the district using the state master contract, not to exceed $30,000 each contingent upon KDE approval to use fund 51 to pay for the purchase of the cargo vans.
16. Consider approval of declaring surplus technology items and authorize disposal through Power House Recycling per State Master Contract.
17. Consider approval of 1st reading of KSBA 08.2323 policy use of access to Electronic Media.
18. Consider approval of adopting the resolution of the Breathitt Board of Education regarding meeting protocols for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
IV. Personnel Notifications
V. Informational Items
A. Communication/Sharing (All Present)
B. Kentucky Board of Education approved Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) Temporary Emergency Application for 2019-2020 school year.
C. MOU with Juniper Health
D. School Financial Reports
E. School SBDM Reports
VI. Adjournment

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