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School Board Meeting 04-17-13 at 5pm
April 17, 2013


Public Opening
1. Time 5:00 p.m.
2. Attendance

Minutes: 

District 1 Mike Murgio – Present

District 2 Chuck Shaw – Present  

District 3 Karen Brill - Present

District 4 Jennifer Prior Brown - Present

District 5 Frank Barbieri - Present

District 6 Marcia Andrews - Present

District 7 Debra Robinson – Present

Also present were Superintendent E. Wayne Gent; Inspector General Lung Chiu; and General Counsel Sheryl Wood.


Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance
3. Chairman Shaw - Pledge of Allegiance - National Anthem

Minutes: Chairman Shaw opened the meeting.  Fredoms Shores ES led the Pledge of Allegiance.

Review of Minutes (if any)
4. Approval of Minutes - NONE

Chairman Adds Items for Good Cause (if any)
5. Added Items

Minutes: Item PD2 Personnel Addendum was added to the agenda for Good Cause.

Superintendent Withdraws Items (if any)
6. Withdrawn Items - NONE

Board Pulls Items from Consent Agenda (if any)
7. Pulled Items

Minutes: The following items were pulled from the agenda:  CLS1, AC3, PR5, PSE4.

Board Review and Approval of the Agenda
8. Agenda Approval


Motions:
Motion to approve the agenda as presented.- PASS
 
Vote Results
Motion: Marcia Andrews
Second: Karen Brill
Karen Brill- Aye
Marcia Andrews- Aye
Frank Barbieri- Aye
Jennifer Brown (Board)- Aye
Michael Murgio- Aye
Debra Robinson- Aye
Chuck Shaw- Aye


Disclosures and Abstentions (if any)
9. Disclosures and Abstentions - NONE

Board Comments (3 minutes per member)
10. Board Comments

Minutes: Chairman Shaw expressed his feelings regarding unfortunate events happening around our country and our county, we need to remember to support each other through it.  Mr. Murgio also expressed his feelings about all the happenings and how we need to stay close to each other.  Just got back from NSBA Conference and realized that we all have same issues to deal with.  Ms. Brill mentioned how stressful these weeks can be with FCAT but reminded us all that we do not need to get too anxious since it is just a test.  Also mentioned information about the Stella's Bus (mobile computer lab) located outside the District Building, they are looking to expand throughout the community.  Visited Battle of Bands with the Superintendent and it was a wonderful music event.  Ms. Brown expressed her mourning for those affected by all the events going on around us.  Mr. Barbieri reminded everyone that District 5 has Teacher of the Year from West Boca HS and School Supportive Employee of the Year from Sunrise Park ES.  Ms. Andrews thanked students for doing the best they can during FCAT, also thanked teachers and staff for all they give.  Gave special thanks to FCAT Test Coordinators since they are the ones that start everything.  Special congratulations to Wellington Landings MS 25 years.  Annual American Cancer Society for Cancer relay was hosted at Royal Palm Beach HS.  Pahoke HS Alumnist was presented with a plaque last week.  Dr. Robinson presented black history fact person this month is Clifton Warton Jr. who's father became first black to become career ambassador in USA in 1924.  First black to earn his Master of Arts Degree in International Affairs from John Hopkins University Int. Studies and was President to Michigan State University.  Mr. Barbieri corrected that the Employee of the Year is from Eagles Landing ES (not Sunrise Park ES).

Presentations
11. PA1-International Science and Engineering Fair Participants

Minutes: Students from Seminole Ridge HS, Park Vista HS, Palm Beach Lakes HS, Suncoast Community HS, Academies of the Palm Beaches, Dreyfoos School of the Arts introduced themselves and gave their thanks.  Deborah Bowen was thanked and recognized for her many years of service to the students of PBCounty.  Ms. Middlebrooks reminded everyone that the International Science Fair is in Phoenix Arizona this year in May, 2013.
12. PA2-Teacher of the Year

Minutes: Ms. Middlebrooks introduced Macy's FDOE Teacher of the Year, Maria Aparicio (Honors/Advanced Placement Physics Teacher at West Boca Raton HS). 
13. PA3-School Support Employee of the Year

Minutes: Ms. Middlebrookes introduced the School Support Employee of the Year Jennifer Seidenstucker  (Treasurer at Eagles Landing MS).
14. PA4-Canon Solutions America-Oce Future Authors Project

Minutes: Ms. Middlebrooks introduced Future Authors' Project students, Director of Canon Solutions America, Erick Huckinson.
15. PA5-Santaluces High Drama Department

Minutes: Ms. Middlebrookes introduced the Santaluces HS Drama Students who performed a drama show.  Tracy Butler with the Kravis Center of the Performing Arts came to honor Mr. Federman from Santaluces HS with national recognition for his group's performance at Kravis Center and at high school, the Apple Educator Award.
16. PA6-Autism Awareness Month

Minutes: Ms. Middlebrookes announced April as the Autism Awareness Month.  Our ESE Department collaborates closely with the organizations supporting this effort.  There are many students with Autism served by our School District. 
17. PA7-Palm Beach County Youth Art Month

Minutes: Students from Seminole Ridge HS spoke about their success in the Art Program.
18. PA8-Roosevelt Middle School, National Magnet School of Distinction

Minutes: 

Roosevelt MS has been named 2013 Magnet School of the Year and is the only school that has received this Magnet School of Distinction Honor.  Principal Joanne Rogers received the award.  This is the 3rd year the school has received such honor.

19. PA9-School Library Month
Attachment: School Library Month-2013.pdf

Motions:
I recommend the School Board of Palm Beach County proclaims the month of April 2013 as School Library Month.  - PASS
 
Vote Results
Motion: Michael Murgio
Second: Frank Barbieri
Marcia Andrews- Aye
Frank Barbieri- Aye
Karen Brill- Aye
Jennifer Brown (Board)- Aye
Michael Murgio- Aye
Debra Robinson- Aye
Chuck Shaw- Aye

Motion Minutes: Accepting proclamation are staff from Palm Beach Lakes HS and Timber Trace ES.  April is School Library Month.  Ms. Middlebrooke reminded us to support them.
20. PA10-Read, Run and Recycle Kids Mile

Minutes: 

Ms. Middlebrook introduced Principal Hank Smith from South Olive ES and their PE Teacher and Principal Tara Tellegrotti from Everglades ES and their PE Teacher.  CEO and CFO of South Florida Fairgrounds presented checks to the winning schools.

21. PA11-Esther Benette, Glades Central High School

Minutes: Dr. Anthony Anderson (Principal from Glades Central HS) presented support student who won Take Stock in Children Scholarship.  Esther Bennet spoke and thanked her father for his support and informed that she will be attending FSU and majoring in mathematics education.  Chairman Shaw mentioned that this scholarship is for $40,000.  Superintendent Gent mentioned that Esther already has a job waiting for her when she is done here in Palm Beach County.

Student Government Report
22. Student Government Report - NONE

Delegations/Individual Appearances
23. Speakers - Elected Officials and Delegates

Minutes: 

The following Elected Officials spoke:  Mayor Masters from Riviera Beach

The following Delegates spoke:  Chuck Ridley


Committee Reports
24. Audit Committee Report - NONE
25. CORC Report

Minutes: 

CORC reviewed Consent Agenda and from Facilities Services F1 and F2 were recommended to proceed forward.  From Real Estate Planning PR5 was discussed and recognized that staff was following directions from Advisory Committee to look for opportunities and completed a very though package.  First vote was to modify dated paragraph from 12/13 to 9/13 by a vote of 7-4.  Second on modified motion was 6-5.  Noted that proposed site location of property is in rural and identified content discrepancies with what the county requires, moving from December to September conflicts with county requirements.  Resolution or contract modification identifies a major issue to be resolved.  Land should be retained in School District for future potential use. Long term development changes can be anticipated.  Complimented District staff for researching situation.  CORC recommended CP1, CP2, CP3, and CP4 to go forward.

26. Academic Advisory Committee Report

Minutes: Laura Feldman  representing the Academic Advisory Committee gave a report to the Board regarding disparity study, graduation rates, dropout rates, potential cost of study and possibility for data to already be available, diversity in workforce, Survey Questionnaire, State is allowing middle school students who are taking Algebra or Geometry to opt out of taking FCAT 2.0 Math Exam and staff viewed advantages/disadvantages, parent survey to get feedback on report card that were used this year in Kinder and First Grade.  Concern was raised about privacy of student data and they were assured it would remain private.
27. Superintendent Report

Minutes: 

Superintendent introduced three new administrators:  Jason Shockley our new Chief Strategic Communications Officer; Cheryl Alligood our new Chief Academic Officer; Tony Rivas our new Chief of Support Operations.  Mr. Shockley thanked everyone for the opportunity to serve in this capacity.  Ms. Alligood thanked all for opportunity to serve all students of Palm Beach County.  Mr. Rivas thanked everyone and is looking forward to engage in the challenges ahead.  Superintendent Gent mentioned the how encouraging the jazz society program is. During FCAT we would like all of us, including parents and students, to focus each and every day in school not just during FCAT and thanked everyone for the work and efforts made to succeed.  Encouraged parents to spend time with their children as the best gift given.


Agenda Item Speakers
28. Speakers - Agenda Items

Minutes: 

Chairman Shaw announed that this will be the last meeting using E-Agenda Software.  As of next week's meeting we will be using the new software BoardDocs which provides company maintenance and opportunity to have instant access to our policies and to information from anyone using BoardDocs throughout the country.  Asked everyone to be patient with the transition and announced that on Monday there will be a mock meeting to practice.  Superintendent mentioned Estelas' Bus which will be nominated as CNN Hero of the Year and everyone will be able to vote online for her.

The following agenda item speakers spoke:  Gary Mitten regarding PD2; Michael Howard regarding PR5 and PSE5; Louis Taylor regarding PR5.


Consent
Grants

29. G1 - The Encore Project of the Palm Beaches - TeamWork USA Education Foundation
Attachment: JOB Expectations Encore Program. FINAL docx[1].docx.pdf
Attachment: G1 The Encore Project Of the Palm Beaches - March 21 2013.pdf
Attachment: TeamWork USA Education Foundation - Grant Award.pdf
Attachment: Encore Press Kit FINAL[1].pdf
Attachment: Grant Proposal Information - PBSD 2339.pdf
Attachment: G1 Data Panel.pdf
Agreements/Contracts

30. AC 1 - Florida State University Subcontract R01552 - Amendment #1
Attachment: FSU AMEND 1 R01552 Legal Checklist.pdf
Attachment: Data Panel Impact of Student Success Skills on Academics and Behavior.pdf
Attachment: FSU AMEND 1 R01552.pdf
Attachment: Q&A.AC1.pdf
Attachment: Q&A.AC1.1.pdf
Attachment: Q&A.AC1.2.pdf
Attachment: Q&A.AC1.3.pdf
31. AC 2 - 2012-2014 School Health Services Plan
Attachment: 2012-2014 School Health Services Plan Agreement.pdf
Attachment: Q&A.AC2.pdf
Attachment: Q&A.AC2.1.pdf
32. AC 4 - Amendment #0002 to Contract XK021 with the Florida Dept. of Children and Families
Attachment: Amendment 0002 Contract XK021 Dept. of Children and Families.pdf
Attachment: Contract XK021 Amendment 0001.pdf
Attachment: Amendment 0002 Contract Review Checklist.pdf
Attachment: Amendment 0002 Request for Legal Approval.pdf
Attachment: FY13 Entitlement Grant with DCF .pdf
Personnel

33. PD 1 - Personnel Agenda
Attachment: April 17 Agenda.pdf
Attachment: Apr17AgendaSeparationCounts.pdf
Transportation

34. T1 Parent-Guardian Transportation Reimbursement
35. T2 Vehicle Donations To The School District of Palm Beach County
Attachment: Preventive Maintenance Vehicle Inspections.pdf
Attachment: Donation Agreement_201303231032[1].pdf
Attachment: Donation Request.pdf
School Police

36. SP1 Agreement to Provide Law Enforcement Services and Alarm Monitoring at Inlet Grove Community High School, Inc.
Attachment: Checklist for LE Service Agmt - Inlet Grove FY14_201303211332.pdf
Attachment: Inlet Grove Data Panel FY14_201303211333.pdf
Attachment: LE Service Agmt for Inlet Grove FY14_201303211334.pdf
37. SP2 Agreement to Provide Law Enforcement Services and Alarm Monitoring at South Tech Charter Academy, Inc.
Attachment: Checklist for LE Service Agmt - South Tech FY14_201303211338.pdf
Attachment: LE Service Agmt for South Tech FY14_201303211340.pdf
Attachment: South Tech Data Panel FY14_201303211340.pdf
Facilities Services

38. FS-1 Pahokee High School Project Modification
Attachment: Pahokee HS Site Plan.pdf
Attachment: Q&A.FS1.pdf
Attachment: Pahokee HS Data Panel.pdf
Attachment: Pahokee HS Legal Check List.pdf
Attachment: Pahokee HS Pahokee HS CSA Table.pdf
Attachment: Pahokee HS Budget History.pdf
Attachment: Pahokee HS Facility Space Summary.pdf
39. FS-2 Pahokee High School Project Modification
Attachment: Pahokee HS Data Panel.pdf
Attachment: Pahokee HS Budget Sheet.pdf
Attachment: Q&A.FS2.pdf
Attachment: Pahokee HS Aerial Photo.pdf
Attachment: Pahokee HS CSA Table.pdf
Attachment: Pahokee HS Facility Space Summary.pdf
Planning and Real Estate

40. PR1- Riviera Beach Community Chapel Post Closing Occupancy Agreement Seventh Amendment
Attachment: Seventh Amendment to Post-Closing Occupancy Agreement.pdf
Attachment: checklist.pdf
Attachment: Beneficial Interest and Disclosure Affidavit.pdf
41. PR2 Delray Full Service Center/Toussaint L' Overture Charter School-Second Amendment to Lease
Attachment: Second Amnd. to Lease Agreement.pdf
Attachment: Beneficial Interest and Disclosure Affidavit.pdf
Attachment: checklist.pdf
Attachment: Exhibit A.pdf
Attachment: Exhibit B.pdf
Attachment: Q&A.PR2.pdf
Attachment: Q&A.PR2.1Exhibit C.pdf
Attachment: Exhibit C.pdf
42. PR3- Boca Raton High School/First Baptist Church Lease Renewal
Attachment: Lease Agreement.pdf
Attachment: checklist.pdf
Attachment: Beneficial Interest.pdf
43. PR4 Interlocal Agreement-Palm Beach County Sheriff
Attachment: Sheriff's Electronic Sensor Tower ILA 2013-3-25 executed by Sheriff.pdf
Attachment: Sheriff's Electronic Sensor Tower ILA Legal Checklist.pdf
44. PR6 Safe Routes to School Joint Participation Agreement Amendment
Attachment: SRTS Grant schools.pdf
Attachment: Q&A.PR6.pdf
Attachment: PR6 Joint Participating Agreement Assessment Signed.pdf
Purchasing

45. P1 Teacher Evaluation System with Learning Sciences International, LLC., Amendment
Attachment: Learning Sciences International LLC Beneficial Interest Affidavit.pdf
Attachment: Learning Sciences Int'l Legal Checklist.pdf
Attachment: iObservation License Agreement with Amendments.pdf
46. P2 Waive the Competitive Bid Process to Purchase from a Single Source for Siemens Fire Alarm System Replacement Parts and Service
Attachment: 13SS-2L Tabulation.pdf
Attachment: 13SS-2L Single Source Notification.pdf
Attachment: Siemens Building Technologies Beneficial Interest Affidavit.pdf
Attachment: 13SS-2L Maintenance Service Pricing Sheet.pdf
Attachment: Q&A.P2.pdf
Purchasing/Construction

47. CP-1 Prequalified Vendors
Attachment: New Prequalified Vendors 4-17-13.pdf
Attachment: Current Prequalified Vendors-March 20 2013.pdf
Attachment: Renewal Vendors 4-17-13.pdf
Attachment: Q&A.CP1.pdf
48. CP-2 Renewal of General Contractor Services for Disaster Recovery Assistance
Attachment: Checklist Pirtle.pdf
Attachment: Checklist West Construction.pdf
Attachment: Beneficial Interest-James B. Pirtle.pdf
Attachment: Executed GC for Disaster Agreement-Decon Environmental.pdf
Attachment: Beneficial Interest-Halfacre Construction.pdf
Attachment: Beneficial Interest-Hatcher Construction.pdf
Attachment: Executed General Contractor for Disaster-Hedrick Brothers.pdf
Attachment: Executed GC for Disaster-West Construction.pdf
Attachment: Executed General Contractor for Disaster-W.G. Mills.pdf
Attachment: Executed General Contractor for Disaster-Pirtle Construction.pdf
Attachment: Executed GC for Disaster Agreement--KAUFMAN LYNN.pdf
Attachment: First AMENDMENT -Halfacre Construction Company.pdf
Attachment: First AMENDMENT -Hatcher Construction.pdf
Attachment: First AMENDMENT -James B.pdf
Attachment: First AMENDMENT -LEBOLO CONSTRUCTION.pdf
Attachment: First AMENDMENT -Urban Building Systems.pdf
Attachment: Checklist Hatcher.pdf
Attachment: Checklist Hedrick.pdf
Attachment: Checklist Urban.pdf
Attachment: Beneficial Interest-Gilbane Building Company.pdf
Attachment: First AMENDMENT -KAUFMAN LYNN.pdf
Attachment: Checklist Kaufman Lynn.pdf
Attachment: Beneficial Interest and Disclosure - Lebolo.pdf
Attachment: Beneficial Interest-Urban Building.pdf
Attachment: Executed GC for Disaster Agreement-Suffolk Construction.pdf
Attachment: Executed General Contractor for Disaster-Lebolo.pdf
Attachment: Executed GC for Disaster Agreement-Hatcher Construction.pdf
Attachment: First AMENDMENT -DECON AND ENGINEERING.pdf
Attachment: Second AMENDMENT -MIllsGilbane.pdf
Attachment: Checklist Decon.pdf
Attachment: Checklist Lebolo.pdf
Attachment: Checklist Gilbane.pdf
Attachment: Checklist D. Stephenson.pdf
Attachment: First AMENDMENT -D. Stephenson.pdf
Attachment: Beneficial Interest-West Construction.pdf
Attachment: First AMENDMENT -West Construction.pdf
Attachment: First AMENDMENT -Suffolk Construction.pdf
Attachment: Beneficial Interest-D. Stephenson.pdf
Attachment: Beneficial Interest-Kaufman Lynn.pdf
Attachment: Checklist Halfacre.pdf
Attachment: First AMENDMENT -HEDRICK BRO CO.pdf
Attachment: Checklist Suffolk Construction.pdf
Attachment: Beneficial Interest-Decon Enviromental.pdf
Attachment: Beneficial Interest-Hedrick Brothers.pdf
Attachment: Executed GC for Disaster Agreement-D. Stephenson.pdf
Attachment: Executed GC for Disaster Agreement-Halfacre Construction.pdf
Attachment: Executed General Contractor for Disaster-Urban Building.pdf
Attachment: Beneficial Interest-Suffolk.pdf
49. CP-3 Renewal of Roofing Contractor Services for Disaster Recovery Assistance
Attachment: Beneficial Interest-Hi Tech.pdf
Attachment: Checklist Advanced Roofing.pdf
Attachment: Executed Agreement for Roofing Disaster -Trans Coastal.pdf
Attachment: Beneficial Interest-Advanced Roofing.pdf
Attachment: Beneficial Interest-Trans Coastal.pdf
Attachment: Executed Agreement for Roofing Disaster -Tecta America South Florida, Inc..pdf
Attachment: Beneficial Interest-Triple M Roofing.pdf
Attachment: Executed Agreement for Roofing Disaster Triple M Roofing.pdf
Attachment: Executed Agreement for Roofing Disaster-Advanced Roofing Contractor.pdf
Attachment: Executed Agreement for Roofing Disaster--Hi Tech.pdf
Attachment: First AMENDMENT --Advanced Roofing.pdf
Attachment: First AMENDMENT -Hi-Tech Roofing and Sheet Metal, Inc.pdf
Attachment: Checklist Tecta America South Florida, Inc..pdf
Attachment: Beneficial Interest-Tecta America.pdf
Attachment: Checklist Hi-Tech.pdf
Attachment: First AMENDMENT-Tecta America.pdf
Attachment: Checklist Trans.pdf
Attachment: First AMENDMENT -Trans Coastal Construction Company.pdf
Attachment: Checklist Triple M.pdf
Attachment: First AMENDMENT-Triple M Roofing.pdf
50. CP-4 Debris Monitoring Services for Disaster Recovery Assistance
Attachment: First Amendment Executed-Atkins.pdf
Attachment: Beneficial interest-Atkins.pdf
Attachment: Second Amendment Debris Monitoring Services for Disaster Assistance-Atkins.pdf
Attachment: Executed Agreement-Debris Monitoring for Disaster Assistance-PBS-J.pdf
Attachment: Checklist Atkins.pdf
51. CP-5 North Palm Beach Elementary School Modernization Construction Management at Risk Second Amendment
Attachment: Checklist-NPBES-Pirtle Construction.pdf
Attachment: Signoff -NPBES Phase 2 GMP.pdf
Attachment: Second Amendment-NPBES-Pirtle Construction.pdf
Attachment: Executed First Amendment.pdf
Attachment: Executed Agreement-North Palm Beach-James B. Pirtle.pdf
Attachment: CM@RISK RFP NORTH PALM BEACH ES MODERNIZATION with Addenda.pdf
Attachment: CP5 NPBES Phase II GMP Rev 2.pdf
Attachment: Beneficial Interest-Pirtle Construction North Palm Beach.pdf
Professional Services

52. PSE 1 - Bonnie Valdes Consulting - Professional Services Agreement
Attachment: Bonnie Valdes Beneficial Interest Affidavit.pdf
Attachment: Bonnie Valdes Consulting Services Agreement.pdf
Attachment: Bonnie Valdes Prior Evaluation.pdf
Attachment: Bonnie Valdes Legal Checklist.pdf
Attachment: Bonnie Valdes CRISS Data Panel.pdf
Attachment: Q&A.PSE1.pdf
53. PSE 2 - Barbara Cox Gerlock -Professional Services Agreement Amendment
Attachment: Barbara Cox Gerlock Agreement with Amendment One.pdf
Attachment: Barbara Cox Gerlock Prior Evaluation.pdf
Attachment: Barbara Cox Gerlock Legal Checklist.pdf
Attachment: Barbara Cox Gerlock Beneficial Interest Affidavit.pdf
Attachment: Barbara Cox Gerlock Data Panel.pdf
54. PSE 3 Yexsy Schomberg - Professional Services Amendment Two
Attachment: Yexsy Schomberg Agreement with Amendments One and Two.pdf
Attachment: Yexsy Schomberg Beneficial Interest Affidavit.pdf
Attachment: Yexsy Schomberg Data Panel.pdf
Attachment: Yexsy Schomberg Amend2 Legal Checklist.pdf
Attachment: Yexsy Schomberg Prior Evaluation.pdf
Budget

55. B1 Budget Amendments - February 2013
Attachment: February 2013 Amendments.pdf
Financial Management

56. FM1 - Signatories for School Internal Bank Account
Attachment: April 17, 2013.pdf
57. FM2 - February 2013 Interim Financial Statements
Attachment: FS - FINAL 02-28-13.pdf
58. FM3- Monthly Purchasing Report - February
Attachment: MONTHLY PO ACTIVITY REPORT FEBRUARY 2013.pdf
59. FM4 - Tangible Personal Property Disposal Report - December 31, 2012
Attachment: TPP Disposition Report 2012-12-31.pdf
Insurance

60. IN1 Approval to Purchase Flood Insurance
Attachment: Plastridge Beneficial Interest and Disclosure Form (1).pdf
Attachment: Schools in Flood Zones.pdf
61. IN2 Workers' Compensation Settlement No. AC 126082
Legal

62. LR1 Policy 1.093 Construction Oversight and Review Committee Adoption 4A
Attachment: 4A.pdf

Approval of Consent Agenda
63. Consent Agenda Approval


Motions:
Motion to approve consent agenda as submitted after pulling items.- PASS
 
Vote Results
Motion: Jennifer Brown (Board)
Second: Frank Barbieri
Marcia Andrews- Aye
Frank Barbieri- Aye
Karen Brill- Aye
Jennifer Brown (Board)- Aye
Michael Murgio- Aye
Debra Robinson- Aye
Chuck Shaw- Aye


Unfinished Business (if any)
64. None

New Business
Curriculum/Learning Support

65. CLS1 - Out of Country Field Trip Activity Request
Attachment: Field Trip Approval Forms.pdf
Attachment: Field Trip Description.pdf
Attachment: Itinary.pdf
Minutes: 

Motions:

I recommend the School Board approve the trip to Stockholm, Sweden for the Rotary Scholarship recipient and chaperone. 

- PASS
 
Vote Results
Motion: Jennifer Brown (Board)
Second: Frank Barbieri
Marcia Andrews- Aye
Frank Barbieri- Aye
Karen Brill- Aye
Jennifer Brown (Board)- Aye
Michael Murgio- Aye
Debra Robinson- Aye
Chuck Shaw- Aye

Motion Minutes: Dr. Robinson acknowledged Destiny Andrews, first student from the Unites States to attend this event and she is a student at Boynty Beach HS.
Agreements/Contracts

66. AC 3 - AVID / AVID Excel Implementation Agreements
Attachment: AVID Board Data Panel SY 13 (3) FINAL.pdf
Attachment: AVID Legal Signoff.pdf
Attachment: AVID Agreement.pdf
Attachment: AVID Excel Agreement.pdf
Attachment: Q&A.AC3.pdf
Attachment: AVID Excel Imp Legal Signoff.pdf
Attachment: Advancement via Individual Determination.pdf
Minutes: 

Motions:

I recommend that the School Board approve the AVID and AVID Excel Implementation Agreements effective May 2013 - June 2014 and authorize the Superintendent or designee to sign all related documents.

- PASS
 
Vote Results
Motion: Marcia Andrews
Second: Debra Robinson
Marcia Andrews- Aye
Frank Barbieri- Aye
Karen Brill- Aye
Jennifer Brown (Board)- Aye
Michael Murgio- Aye
Debra Robinson- Aye
Chuck Shaw- Aye

Motion Minutes: Dr. Robinson thanked for saying goal is accelaration and not remediation.  Suggested the Board have a workshop regarding AVID.
Personnel

67. PD2 - Personnel Addendum
Attachment: PD2 April 17 Addendum.pdf
Attachment: PD2 Resume April 17 Addendum.pdf
Attachment: PD2 Cheryl Alligood Resume.pdf

Motions:
I recommend the School Board approve the Personnel Addendum as submitted.- PASS
 
Vote Results
Motion: Karen Brill
Second: Debra Robinson
Marcia Andrews- Aye
Frank Barbieri- Aye
Karen Brill- Aye
Jennifer Brown (Board)- Aye
Michael Murgio- Aye
Debra Robinson- Aye
Chuck Shaw- Aye

Motion Minutes: Superintendent Gent alredy introduced the new staff during the Superintendent Report.
Planning and Real Estate

68. PR5-Former Burt Reynolds Ranch Sale and Purchase Agreement
Attachment: Beneficial Interest and Disclosure Affidavit.pdf
Attachment: Exhibit A.pdf
Attachment: Burt Reynolds Agreement for Sale and Purchase.pdf
Attachment: Burt Reynolds Resolution surplus.pdf
Attachment: Exhibit B.pdf
Attachment: Exhibit C.pdf
Attachment: checklist.pdf

Motions:
I recommend the School Board approve a Resolution declaring the +/- 153 acre former Burt Reynolds Ranch property surplus and approve the Real Estate Sale and Purchase Agreement between K. Hovnanian T & C Homes and the School Board of Palm Beach County for the +/- 153 acres, more or less, located at 16133 Jupiter Farms Road, Jupiter, Florida; and authorize the Chairman and Superintendent to sign all necessary documents.- PASS
 
Vote Results
Motion: Jennifer Brown (Board)
Second: Debra Robinson
Marcia Andrews- Nay
Frank Barbieri- Aye
Karen Brill- Aye
Jennifer Brown (Board)- Aye
Michael Murgio- Nay
Debra Robinson- Aye
Chuck Shaw- Aye

Motion Minutes: 

Mr. Murgio mentioned that contingencies are not bad but opposes to selling site since we need to look down the road as to what we may need.  Having land for future needs is a good thing.  If we are looking for money to put in capital he feels this is the wrong way to go about it.  Ms. Brill pointed out the recommendation from CORC to change date from December to September and it is not in this contract and would like to know why date has not been changed.  Ms. Garrison said that there is language available but reminded everyone that contract expires today and if we make amendment it will come as counteroffer to purchaser which represents some risks.  Mr. Barbieri said purchases will be in better position if to go forward and we do not have many offers out there.  Ms. Andrews will not support it and asked why we did not work with county on this item or why research was not made ahead of time.  Ms. Garrison explained role of seller as being not advocate with what is being done with land.  Cooperating is seeing often in real estate and we would have to provide information on file, etc. Superintedent Gent explained that Staff did do due diligence since it is the potential buyer's responsibility to contact County Commissioner.  Mr. Murgio does not have a problem with contract but if Developer can't get the approval he would go through with it.  Dr. Robinson mentioned that is clear that staff does not take advice from advisory committees and cannot see how we can loose, will support it but would like to see if approved that Buyer goes to community to see area.  Chairman Shaw mentioned that when property was originally purchased there was debate from the Board since the opportunity was there and not sure if it would be used, as for cooperation, our goald is not to be advocate for density, need to address issue based upon need and future use and we have had this property for a long time and supports item since there is not much to loose.  Ms. Brown thanked everyone that wrote their comments to the Board but will support the item since County Commissioner should be the one making decision.  Once we have decided to sell, as long as contract is valid, our job is to maximize sale price so that the most can be done for our children.

Professional Services

69. PSE 4 - Randee Gabriel - Professional Services Agreement Amendment
Attachment: Randee Gabriel Legal Checklist.pdf
Attachment: Randee Gabriel Agreement and Amendment One.pdf
Attachment: Randee Gabriel PAL Data Panel.pdf
Attachment: PSE4.3FIN Services Graphic-1-14-13 (1).pdf
Attachment: Q&A.PSE4.1.pdf
Attachment: Q&A.PSE4.pdf
Attachment: Randee Gabriel Beneficial Interest Affidavit.pdf
Attachment: Q&A.PSE4.2.pdf

Motions:

I recommend that the Board approve Amendment One to the Professional Services Agreement with Randee Gabriel for an additional $6,960 through June 30, 2013, and authorize the Superintendent and Board Chairman to finalize and sign all necessary documents.

- PASS
 
Vote Results
Motion: Debra Robinson
Second: Jennifer Brown (Board)
Marcia Andrews- Aye
Frank Barbieri- Aye
Karen Brill- Aye
Jennifer Brown (Board)- Aye
Michael Murgio- Aye
Debra Robinson- Aye
Chuck Shaw- Aye

Motion Minutes: Ms. Brill expressed that comments are not against consultant but monies can be used instead to reach more parents and provide more services. Would like explored how these monies can be used differently. The inclusion network does provide family support network, and they also provide technical assistance.  Will support this item but is concerned about all parents that had no where to turn.
70. PSE 5 - Big Future Palm Beach! - Florida Virtual Campus Professional Services Agreement
Attachment: FLVC Beneficial Interest Affidavit.pdf
Attachment: FLVC Agreement.pdf
Attachment: FLVC Legal Checklist.pdf

Motions:
I recommend award of the Professional Services Agreement with Florida Virtual Campus (FLVC) on behalf of the Florida Department of Education (FL DOE)  for $ 89,053 effective  April 17, 2013 through July 31, 2013 and authorize the Superintendent and Board Chairman to finalize and sign all necessary documents.-
 
Vote Results
Motion: Karen Brill
Second: Debra Robinson
Marcia Andrews-
Frank Barbieri-
Karen Brill-
Jennifer Brown (Board)-
Michael Murgio-
Debra Robinson-
Chuck Shaw-

Motion Minutes: 

Mr. Barbieri asked why we are spending money for FDOE to use since we can't patent it, distribute it, disclose it.  Asked what input are we giving parents?  Do not want to replace guidance counselor with computers.  Mr. Oswald assured that guidance counselors would not be replaced.  Mr. Barbieri asked if other districts will be using this even if we are paying for it and FDOE owns it?  Staff explained contract is designed for Palm Beach County exclusively.  Will support school counselors.  Mr. Barbieri asked why do we not own it instead?  Ms. Andrews asked if there is a timeline on this project.  Staff explained that the focus was to use it for the upcoming year and student data is protected by FIRPA.  Ms. Brill is concerned about the security piece.  Would like to see numbers for us to keep this program and own it.  Superintendent Gent assured that this program will not replace our guidance counselors but will enhance their work.  Mr. Murgio was under the impression that there was a grant to fund this. Staff explained that is being funded through high school grant initiative.  If no one else will have access but guidance counselors and parents and it will save them hours.  Ms. Brown asked why FDOE is the owner of this program.  Staff explained this would cost more on our own, Ms. Brown what do we get from them?  Staff explained that we would get dashboard that works for us.  Mr. Barbieri does not see the provisions from FDOE clear.  Will vote against it if not explained.  Staff explained that FDOE owns our student data anyway.  Dr. Robinson asked what online tool is there for parents to see how their child is doing for graduation? Chairman Shaw supported it due to Workshop information and found it very valid but does not understand why we do not own it.  Mr. Murgio suggested to amend contract to say that we have joint ownership.  Sheryl Wood suggested that FDOE gives Palm Beach County a license.



Motions:
Table Item- PASS
 
Vote Results
Motion: Debra Robinson
Second: Frank Barbieri
Marcia Andrews- Aye
Frank Barbieri- Aye
Karen Brill- Aye
Jennifer Brown (Board)- Aye
Michael Murgio- Aye
Debra Robinson- Aye
Chuck Shaw- Aye

Motion Minutes: Board requested this item to be tabled for next Wednesday, April 24, 2013.
71. PSE 6 - Maverick Music, Inc. - Professional Services Agreement
Attachment: Plumosa SOA Data Panel.pdf
Attachment: Maverick Music Legal Checklist.pdf
Attachment: Maverick Music Agreement.pdf
Attachment: Q&A.PSE6.pdf
Attachment: Maverick Music Beneficial Interest Affidavit.pdf
Minutes: 

Motions:

I recommend award of the Professional Services Agreement with Maverick Music, Inc. $8,640 effective  April 18, 2013 through June 25, 2013 and authorize the Superintendent and Board Chairman to finalize and sign all necessary documents.

- PASS
 
Vote Results
Motion: Marcia Andrews
Second: Karen Brill
Marcia Andrews- Aye
Frank Barbieri- Aye
Karen Brill- Aye
Jennifer Brown (Board)- Aye
Michael Murgio- Aye
Debra Robinson- Aye
Chuck Shaw- Aye

Motion Minutes: 

The Board decided to address this last item before allowing the Non-Agenda Speakers to speak.  Mr. Murgio mentioned having a contract that is less than $10,000 adn our policy says that if a contract is $10,000 or less does not get Board Approval and it feels that we are not following our policy.  Ms. Brill explained that if during the course of the year we are spending more than $10,000 threshhold on a particular consultant Board needs to know.  Chairman Shaw also said that we did this to ensure accountability and to measure how many schools are using this consultant.


Non-Agenda Item Speakers (TIME CERTAIN at end of meeting or 7:00pm)
72. Speakers - Non-Agenda Items

Minutes: The following non-agenda item speakers spoke: Lillian Gottfried, Gary Mitten, Anastasia Chandler, Jennifer Hill, Colleen Dupont, Carisha Peele, Charles Peele, Rose Hendrix, Curtis Sherrod, Justin Katz, Diane Hanfmann, Angela Ciriello, Bonita Barrett.

Adjourn
73. Time 8:55 p.m.

Minutes: 

Chairman Shaw asked the Board to discuss the status of the agreement made by the Administrators Association and previous Superintendent Art Johnson. Ms. Brown asked if contract for Dr. Johnson has been violated. Mr. Barbieri passed out Dr. Johnson's Employment Agreement with the Board.  Ms. Brill said she did not expect contract to last all life.  Ms. Andrews commended Mr. Barbieri and Ms. Brown for their legal expertise and said she needs more clearance and expertise to look at this piece and give direction. Further Board Members discussed the hiring of an outside attorney to investigate if previous Superintendent Dr. Art Johnson’s Separation Agreement has been broken by being hired by the Palm Beach County School Administrators Association as the new Principal Representative.  Retired Circuit Judge Kenneth Stern reviewed the contract at the request of Mr. Barbieri, and explained to the Board that its language clearly states that Dr. Johnson cannot have any contact with District employees. Ms. Wood asked for direction from the Board on who to hire.  Chairman Shaw suggested Glen Torcibia or Ron Meyer since they are familiar with these kind of contracts.  Dr. Robinson suggested Ron Meyer since Glen Torcibia is local.



Motions:
Motion to adjourn meeting.- PASS
 
Vote Results
Motion: Frank Barbieri
Second: Michael Murgio
Marcia Andrews- Aye
Frank Barbieri- Aye
Karen Brill- Aye
Jennifer Brown (Board)- Aye
Michael Murgio- Aye
Debra Robinson- Aye
Chuck Shaw- Aye







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