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Breathitt County Board of Education Regular Board Meeting
December 14, 2021 5:00 PM
Breathitt High School Library/Via 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. I.C.1ADDENDUM: Add Item III. B.17. Consider approval of Breathitt High School fundraiser request for all ticket sales and cash donations during the boys’ basketball game, Breathitt vs Wolfe, Friday, December 17, 2021, to go to Mayfield School District Family Resource Center for the purchase of student items.
II. BHS Orchestra Performance
III. Presentations/Reports
A. Student Recognitions
1. KHSAA Region 7 Super Large Varsity Competitive Cheer Champions
a. Valerie Maggard-7th grade
b. Kyra Smith-7th grade
c. Lisa Strong-7th grade
d. Alyssa Banks-8th grade
e. Lily Barnett-8th grade
f. Kaylie Chapman-8th grade
g. Isabelle Spencer-8th grade
h. Morgan Banks-9th grade
i. Lexie McIntosh-9th grade
j. Allie Mann-9th grade
k. Jackson Noble-9th grade
l. Madison Strong-9th grade
m. Erin Oliver-10th grade
n. Lynsey Strong-10th grade
o. Kyra Tackett-10th grade
p. Hannah Turner-10th grade
q. Destiny Banks-11th grade
r. Rylee Barnett-11th grade
s. Amber Fugate-11th grade
t. Brentley Spencer-11th grade
u. Jenna Strong-11th grade
v. Kelsey Begley-12th grade
w. Kayli Herald-12th grade
x. Megan Jewell -12th grade
y. Haleigh Neace-12th grade
z. Kylee Neace-12th grade
aa. Larissa Neace-12th grade
bb. Erin Smith-12th grade
cc. Ellie Taulbee-12th grade
2. Sebastian Elementary- Sixth Grade Academic Showcase-Overall 3rd Place
a. Brystal Allen: 4th Place in Arts and Humanities; 6th Place in Math;1st Place Quick Recall
b. Sawyer Baker: 1st Place Language Arts; 2nd Place in Written Composition;1st Place Quick Recall
c. Jakoby Little: 6th Place in Social Studies;1st Place Quick Recall
d. Adam Spencer: 1st Place in Arts and Humanities; 4th Place in Written Composition;1st Place-Quick Recall
3. MRC-Sixth Grade Academic Showcase-Overall 2nd place.
a. Aiden Combs-1st Place-Math;2nd Place Science; 3rd Place Quick Recall
b. Jacob Fugate-2nd Place-Arts and Humanities;5th Place-Social Studies; 3rd Place-Quick Recall
c. John Neace-5th Place-Math;5th Place-Language Arts;3rd Place Quick Recall
d. Jhett Raleigh-2nd Place-Language Arts; 2nd Place-Social Studies; 3rd Place Quick Recall
e. Jayden Spurgeon-3rd Place-Quick Recall
f. Natalie Turner-3rd Place-Language Arts
4. BHS- E-Sports Rocket League: (All Seniors)
a. Shane Elliot
b. Matthew Herald
c. Ethan Smith
d. Kemuel Smith
5. BHS E-Sports-Smash Bros. Team 1:
a. Carson Neace
b. Jacob Neace
c. John Herald
6. BHS E-Sports-Smash Bros. Team 2:
a. Jesse Riley
b. Abigail White
B. Staff Recognitions
1. Hack Hudson-BHS Cheer Coach
2. Crystal Strong-BHS Cheer Coach
3. Michelle Robinson-SES Academic Coach
4. Alonzo Fugate-MRC Academic Coach
5. David Napier- BHS E-Sports Coach
C. Reports
1. Superintendent ReportPhillip Watts
2. Attendance ReportSusan Watts
3. Breathitt County-ASPCaroline Nowak
IV. Student Learning and Support Items Recommended for Approval
A. CONSENT ITEMS
1. Consider approval for board members to attend the KSBA's 2022 Annual Conference Feb. 25-27, 2022, in Louisville, KY.
2. Consider approval of updated Gear UP MOA.
3. Consider approval of MOA for Breathitt County Area Technology Center/Breathitt High School with Juniper Health for the purpose of clinicals.
4. Consider approval of Appalachian Service Project to utilize Highland Turner Elementary from June 1, 2022, until July 27, 2022, contingent upon providing insurance,an approved cleaning plan, and an approved plan from the local health department.
5. Consider approval of discounted Dollywood ticket option for employees.
6. Consider approval to clarify that the deductive change order for the coliseum window project passed at the November Board meeting is a reduction to the Owners Direct Purchase Orders, not a reduction to the contractor's contract amount.
B. DISCUSSION ITEMS
1. Consider approval of November 16, 2021, Special Called Work Session Meeting Minutes.
2. Consider approval of November 16, 2021, Regular Meeting Minutes.
3. Consider approval of the November Treasurer's Report.
4. Consider approval of the December 2021 bills for payment.
5. Consider approval of the CDIP Phase III District Professional Development Plan.
6. Consider approval of the 2022 Breathitt County Schools Executive Summary and Comprehensive District Improvement Plan (CDIP).
7. Consider approval of school district calendar committee members and approval for calendar committee members to review, develop and recommend school calendar options.
8. Consider approval of naming the new school Breathitt Elementary, using the same colors and Pantone codes, royal blue, white, gray, and using the same mascots, Bobcat and Lady Cats, that are used at the high school.
9. Consider approval of clarification of salary schedule for Academic Tutors in compliance with TRS regulations.
10. Consider approval of Breathitt High School boys' basketball team overnight trip to Williamstown, KY (Grant County) February 12-13, 2022.
11. Consider approval of Pay Application #2 from Bri-Den Inc. in the amount of $97,960.50 for work to date on the new Sebastian Roof Replacement (BG#21-218).
12. Consider approval of the payment for all Owner Direct Purchase Orders for the Sebastian Roof Replacement (BG#21-218) totaling $26,891.38.
13. Consider approval of the Pay Application #9 from Standafer Builders in the amount of $222,869.40 for work to date on the new Elementary (BG#20-283).
14. Consider approval of the payment of Owner Direct Purchase Orders accompanying pay application #9 for the new Elementary School (BG#20-283) totaling $305,643.46.
15. Consider approval of the invoice from Consulting Services Incorporated (CSI) for special inspections done on behalf of the district for the new elementary school (BG#20-283) in the amount of $800.00.
16. Consider approval of Change Order #003 to the contract for the New Elementary (BG#20-283) to provide additional parking spots adjacent to the transformer in the amount of $2,714.00.
17.  Consider approval of Breathitt High School fundraiser request for all ticket sales and cash donations during the boys’ basketball game, Breathitt vs Wolfe, Friday, December 17, 2021, to go to Mayfield School District Family Resource Center for the purchase of student items , for the Tornado relief.
V. Personnel Notifications
VI. Informational Items
A. Communication/Sharing (All Present)
B. School Financial Reports
C. School SBDM Reports
VII. Closed Session
A. Consider approval of going into closed session in compliance with KRS 61.810(k) and KRS 156.557(c), for a preliminary (mid-year) discussion regarding the superintendent's evaluation.
B. Consider approval of returning to open session.
VIII. Adjournment

Draft