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Breathitt County Board of Education Regular Board Meeting
April 28, 2020 5:00 PM
Video Teleconference

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. MRC Academic Team - District 's overall 2nd place; Regional overall 3rd place.
a. Kylan Combs-Quick Recall-1st place-District; Math-1st place -District; Science-2nd place-District;Quick Recall - 2nd place-Regional; Math-4th place-Regional;
b. Aiden Combs-Quick Recall 1st place-District; Math-2nd place District;Social Studies-4th place-District;Quick Recall-2nd place-Regional;Math 5th place Regional;Social Studies-3rd place-Regional
c. Jadyn Spurgeon-Quick Recall 1st place-District
d. Isabella Smith-Quick Recall 1st place-District;Composition- 5th place-District
e. Scarlett Lovins-FPS -2nd place-District
f. Jacob Fugate-FPS-2nd place District; Arts and Humanities - 1st place District; Arts and Humanities-5th place-Regional
g. Kyle Henson- Quick Recall 1st place District; FPS 2nd place District; Social Studies-2nd place District;Quick Recall-2nd place-Regional
h. Lisa Strong-Quick Recall 1st place District; FPS 2nd place District;Language Arts-5th place District;Quick Recall-2nd place-Regional
2. BHS
a. Darren Timothy Noble-Governor's Scholar Program
b. Anjayla Savannah Baker-Governor's Scholar Program
c. Breana Haley Lovins-Governor's School for the Arts
B. Staff Recognitions
C. Reports
1. Superintendent ReportPhillip Watts
2. NTI ReportStacey Davidson
III. Student Learning and Support Items Recommended for Approval
1. Consider approval of the Kentucky Educational Development Corporation membership agreement for 2020-2021.
2. Consider approval of Dual credit agreement between Hazard Community & Technical College for 2020-2021 school year.
3. Consider approval of SFCC KETS 3rd Offer of Assistance in the amount of of $8,015.
4. Consider approval of the updated 2020-2021 Dual Credit MOA with Morehead State University.
5. Consider approval for the following food services items; Procurement Certification; Community Eligibility Provision; and Community Nutrition Eligibility intent to participate.
6. Consider approval of the Indirect Cost Rates for the 2020-2021 school year.
1. Consider approval of minutes of previous meetings.
2. Consider approval of the March 2020 Treasurer's Report.
3. Consider approval of the April 2020 bills for payment.
4. Consider approval of RFH and Consultants to perform the FY2020 financial audit at same price as last year.
5. Consider approval of renewing insurance package with Roeding Insurance for the 2020-2021 school year.
6. Consider approval based on the guidance from the Education Continuation Task Force regarding considerations for the Senior Class setting the graduation requirements for the senior class of 2020 to include the 22 state-required course credits and to waive the civics test and ILP requirements due to COVID-19.
7. Consider approval based on the guidance provided by the Office of Educator Licensure and Effectiveness and the recommendations of the Breathitt County 50/50 Committee, of the revised 2019-2020 Certified Evaluation Plan to be retroactive to March 16,2020 due to COVID-19.
8. Consider approval of the Comprehensive Coordinated Early Intervening Services Plan (CCEIS)for 2020-2021 school year.
9. Consider approval of the amended calendar for 2019-2020 school year last day for students will be May 7,2020 and closing day for teachers will be May 26, 2020.
10. Consider approval of amending the 2019-2020 A6 School Calendars for Breathitt Day Treatment Center and Breathitt Regional Juvenile Detention Center.
11. Consider approval of Breathitt District Crest and lettering created by VIP Branding and IMPACT.
12. Consider approval per Senate Bill 177 to authorize the superintendent to approve emergency leave due to COVID-19 during the period of the state emergency declared by the Governor.
13. Consider approval of 2nd and final reading of KSBA 08.2323 policy use of access to Electronic Media.
14. Consider approval of creating a classified Health Service Coordinator job description.
15. Consider approval of adding $4,000 extra service stipend for Classified Health Service Coordinator to 2019-2020 salary schedule.
16. Consider approval of extending the Special Education Liaison position for the 2020-2021 school year.
17. Consider approval of the 2020-2021 Salary Schedule.
18. Consider approval of the Breathitt County School District Organizational Chart.
19. Consider approval for the pay dates for 2020-2021 school year.
20. Consider approval of a extra service stipend of $30.00 per day for employees working in meal services/delivery during COVID-19 Pandemic effective March 16, 2020 thru June 30, 2020.
21. Consider approval to request a waiver process for the District Facility Plan.
22. Consider approval of Pay Application #4 in the amount of $88,472.58 for Construction Project BG#19-320, payable to Allen Construction.
23. Consider approval of Direct Purchase Orders, totaling $24,962.40, for Construction Project BG#19-320, payable to individual vendors per invoice, as follows: •PO#0003-2018116, Ferguson Enterprises (Div. 22), $14,193.25 total •PO#0005-2007209, Lee Building Products (Div. 4), $4,791.15 total •PO#0007-2007193, Wells Group (Div. 3), $5,978.00 total.
24. Consider approval to authorize the Superintendent or his designated agent, as required by Kentucky statute, to solicit letters of interest from 3 architectural firms to provide professional design services associated with building a new elementary school.
25. Consider approval of Maintenance service agreement in the amount of $13,800 and Intelligent service agreement in the amount of $19,140, with Harshaw Trane for Sebastian Elementary and BHS for the 2020-2021 school year; HTS in the amount of$2,988 for total amount of $35,928.
26. Consider approval of the FY2021 FRYSC MOA and waiver for FY2020.
27. Consider approval of all the following bids:
a. Athletic Supplies Bid
b. Maintenance/Transportation Parts
c. New Tires and re-treading of school bus tires
d. Food (Not related to the School Nutrition Program)
e. Physical Therapy Services
f. Oil/Lube Bid
g. School Supplies
h. School Pictures
i. Soft Drinks
j. Pest Control Services
k. Fuel Bid
28. Consider approval of Bri Den Roofing to complete an addition remaining 60 feet of Coliseum roof in the amount of $4,000.
29. Consider approval of renewing the contract with G and G Communications for Two Way Radio Maintenance and Repeater Rent for bus radios for the 2020-2021 school year.
30. Consider approval of the FY2020-2021 Staffing/SBDM Allocations.
31. Consider approval of the Breathitt County Container Farms CF Program Plan Justification with AppHarvest (grant application).
32. Consider approval of submitting the United 4 Kids 2019/2020 spending proposal application.
33. Consider approval of declaring the following vans surplus and authorize for sale; 2003 Dodge Caravan Vin #1D4GP45383B134867;2005 Chevrolet Venture Vin #1GNDV03E35D106170;2003 Dodge Caravan Vin#2B4GP44G7WR796525.
IV. Personnel Notifications
V. Informational Items
A. Communication/Sharing (All Present)
B. School Financial Reports
C. School SBDM Reports
D. Tate Hill Jacobs Feasibility Study
E. 2020 Graduation UpdateCharles Davidson
F. Council for National Community Service’s PartnerCorps STEM grant letter.
G. SBDM approval of VIP Branding for Highland Turner Elementary.
H. SBDM approval of VIP Branding for Marie Roberts-Caney Elementary.
I. SBDM approval of VIP Branding for Sebastian Elementary.
J. Breathitt COVID 19 Annual Review Food Service Waiver Confirmation Letter
VI. Adjournment