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Special Called Meeting
September 11, 2020 12:00 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/Roll Call
II. Consider approval of LBJ Elementary BG#20-283 – Demolition Package to accept the bid in the lump sum amount of $219,488.00 from Combs Trucking Company,LLC., for the Demolition Package of the LBJ Elementary School, 90 LBJ Rd., Jackson, KY 41339.
III.  Consider approval of New Elementary School Project BG#20-283 – Geotech Survey Report: Accept the lump sum proposal in the amount of $8,700.00 from CSI (Consulting Services Inc.), 858 Contract St., Lexington, KY 40505, for the Geotechnical Survey & Report for the future New Elementary School to be constructed on the site of the existing LBJ Elementary, 90 LBJ Rd., Jackson, KY 41339.
IV. Consider approval of the Design Development documents for the construction of a new elementary school for 350 students (KDE BG #20-283). Included in the documents are design development drawings, KDE programming statement, BG-2, BG-3, CPTED checklist and revised BG-1 showing alternate funding sources as designated by Ross-Sinclair.
V. Consider declaring existing LBJ furniture and equipment as surplus property, and authorize disposal through sealed bids and/or demolition.
VI. Consider approval of MOA with Read to Achieve for 2020-2021.
VII. Consider approval of the 2020-2021 MOU with the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Community Work Transition Program.
VIII. Consider approval of COBRA Administrative Services Agreement for the purpose of employee risk services with recommended language from board attorney.
IX. Consider approval of 21st Century Learning Center Grant modification.
X. Consider approval of the revised 2020-2021 School Re-Entry Plan to include both school based virtual learning and in-person learning beginning on September 28, 2020, with the understanding that the plan is subject to change based upon the recommendations from the Governor’s office and KDE. The number of student groups will be determined by the number of students who opt to attend in person classes.Plans will follow local health department guidance and KDE safety guidelines for schools regarding group sizes and social distancing requirements.
XI. Consider approval of the Athletic Plan Update and to continue authorizing the superintendent/athletic director (with local health department guidance) to amend and change plan as necessary to meet the KHSAA and COVID-19 guidelines. The plan update includes: Voluntary Extracurricular Participants Activities COVID-19 Waiver, Parent Transportation Waiver, and Bus Plan for Transporting Extracurricular Activities.
XII. Adjournment

Draft