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Breathitt County Board of Education Regular Board Meeting
August 24, 2021 5:00 PM
Breathitt High School Library/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
1. ADDENDUM: Add Item III.B.39 Consider approval of MOA with Western Kentucky University.
II. Presentations/Reports
A. Student Recognitions
B. Staff Recognitions
1. 2020-2021 Retirees
a. Donna Combs
b. Marlene Hamilton
c. Mary Howard
d. Tammy Keene
e. Betty Maggard
f. Ella Mullins
g. Mary Strong
C. Reports
1. Superintendent ReportPhillip Watts
2. Data/Security PresentationWill Noble
3. Attendance ReportSusan Watts
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 Lumberjacks to utilize the BHS Football stadium, concession stand, and SES, contingent upon providing insurance, an approved cleaning plan, and an approved plan from the local health department.
b. Consider approval of facility usage agreement for Appalachian Mountain Wrestling to utilize the BHS PE GYM contingent upon providing insurance, an approved cleaning plan, and an approved plan from the local health department.
c. Consider approval of facility usage agreement for Breathitt Honey Festival committee to use the Breathitt Library for the purpose of the Academic Showcase as a backup on September 3, 2021, contingent upon providing insurance, an approved cleaning plan, and an approved plan from the local health department.
2. Consider approval of the 2021 Technology Activity Report.
3. Consider approval of the 2021 Kentucky Incentives for Prevention (KIP) Student Survey MOU.
B. DISCUSSION ITEMS
1. Consider approval of minutes of previous meetings.
a. Consider approval of July 27, 2021 regular called meeting minutes.
b. Consider approval of August 10, 2021 Special Called meeting minutes.
2. Consider approval of the July 2021 Treasurer's Report.
3. Consider approval of the August 2021 bills for payment.
4. Consider approval of setting the 2021 property tax rates at the same rate as last year.
5. Consider approval of ARP ESSER assurances.
6. Consider approval of ARP ESSER spending plan.
7. Consider approval of the District Funding Assurances for the 2021-2022 school year
8. Consider approval of the MAT program agreement through available Title 2 funds.
9. Consider approval of the allocating $20,000 to BHS extra-curricular expenses (same as last year's allocation); and $4,000 to each elementary school for extra-curricular expenses.
10. Consider approval of the KSBA resolution Board of Education Relating to Quarantine Leave during the 2021-2022 School Year pursuant to 702 KAR 1:191E
11. Consider approval of creating a Future Problem Solving Academic Coach position at Breathitt High School in the amount of $1,000.
12. Consider approval of Middle School Assistant Academic Coach position in the amount of $500.00.
13. Consider approval of setting Federal Programs Coordinator salary at 240 days per year with the extra service stipend in the amount of $8,000.
14. 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
15. Consider approval of declaring surplus technology items and authorize disposal through Power House Recycling per State Master Contract.
16. Consider approval of accepting the following bids;
a. (1) Surplus Cafeteria Table in the amount of $25.00 from Cynthia Chapman
b. Surplus Exercise Bike in the amount of $10.00 from Cynthia Chapman
c. Item #1 Floor Buffer in the amount of $25.00 from Haskel Hunter
d. Item #8 Wood Chipper in the amount of $50.00 from Haskel Hunter
17. Consider approval of remaining food service and maintenance items that did not sale to be declared as junk and sale as scrap.
18. Consider approval of accepting bid with Combs Trucking in the amount of $23,530 for the purpose of removal of trees at SES bus parking lot, SES track and campus.
19. Consider approval of the revised BG-1 Sebastian Elementary School Renovation project, BG# 19-320.
20. Consider approval of Pay Application #7 from Rising Sun in the amount of $248,016.42 for work to date on the Coliseum Emergency Repair Project (BG#20-260).
21. Consider approval of the final payment for Retainage from Rising Sun in the amount of $90,183.04 for work to date on the Coliseum Emergency Repair Project (BG#20-260).
22. Consider approval of the final payment for Architectural and Engineering fees from Tate Hill Jacobs in the amount of $72,260.76 for the Coliseum.
23. Consider approval of the Pay Application #5 from Standafer Builders in the amount of $105,370.10 for work to date on the new Elementary (BG#20-283.
24. Consider approval of the payment of Owner Direct Purchase Orders for the new Elementary School (BG#20-283) totaling $119,893.53.
25. Consider approval of the payment of $6,600.00 to Consulting Services Incorporated (CSI) for special inspections completed on the new elementary in the month of July.
26. Consider approval to advertise for Architect for the Breathitt County Area Technology Center project.
27. Consider approval to advertise for Architect for the Breathitt County Bobcat Den (fieldhouse and concession stand).
28. Consider approval of hiring Tate Hill Jacobs Architects for the purpose of Breathitt County Training Facility -renovation.
29. Consider approval of the BG1 for the Breathitt County Training Facility.
30. Consider approval of hiring Tate Hill Jacobs Architects for the purpose of Breathitt County High School Coliseum Art Room - renovation.
31. Consider approval of the BG1 Breathitt County High School Coliseum Art Room, BG22-099.
32. Consider approval of the CFR form for the Coliseum balcony.
33. Consider approval of declaring 4 school buses as surplus and advertise for bids. These buses are not drivable and have been used for spare parts. The buses have reached their years of service and the district no longer receives funding for them. The buses are as follows
a. Bus #1060, VIN #4UZADFADT1CCBN73322012, 2012 Thomas
b. Bus #45, VIN#4DRBUAAN8AA168604, 2010 International
c. Bus #61, VIN#4UZADADTXCCBJ4558, 2012 Thomas
d. Bus #53, VIN#1HVBBAAL5XH221133, 1999 International
34.  Consider purchasing 2 new 72 passenger International school buses at $117,553 each for a total of $235,106 using general funds. These buses will be equipped with air conditioning, tinted windows, AM/FM Radio, and onboard camera systems.
35. Consider purchasing 2 new 72 passenger International school buses at $117,553 each for a total of $235,106 using ESSER funds. These buses will be equipped with air conditioning, tinted windows, AM/FM Radio and on board camera systems.
36. Consider approval of creating a 4-hour transportation dispatcher position and job description.
37. Consider approval for the Breathitt Baseball High School head coaching salary to be reallocated to the high school baseball team to use for equipment, uniforms, and supplies for the 2021-2022 school year.
38. Consider approval of using Tumble Tyme for the elementary gymnastics not to exceed $2,000.
39. Consider approval of MOA with Western Kentucky University.
IV. Personnel Notifications
V. Informational Items
A. Communication/Sharing (All Present)
B. School Financial Reports
C. School SBDM Reports
VI. Adjournment

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