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Agenda for School Board Meeting on May 20, 2019


Monday, May 20, 2019

School Board Meeting

210 NE Duval Avenue Madison, FL 6:00 p.m.

1. Welcome

1.1 Call to Order

1.2 Presentation to Derita Pinkard - Teacher of the Year

2. Amendments to Agenda

2.1 Joint Use Agreements - Item 4.6

2.2 Correction to Instructional Salary Schedule - Item 5.4

3. Public Comment - Agenda Items

3.1 Comments from the Public - Agenda Items

4. Consent Agenda Items

4.1 Minutes

4.2 IDEA Part B Pre-K Grant-Lori Newman

4.3 Tentative Truth in Millage (TRIM) Calendar - Shirley Joseph/Andy Barnes

4.4 Clinical Educator Training Plan - Robin Hill

4.5 Milk Bid Renewal for 2019-2020-Iris Wynn

4.6 Joint Use Agreements with Madison Police Department 1- Shirley Joseph

Joint Use Agreements with Madison Police Department 2

4.7 Revisions to 2019-2020 Calendar-Robin Hill

4.8 Staff Trip(s) - Grant & Categorically Funded - Shirley Joseph

School Safety Training - Orlando

School Safety Training - Tallahassee

MCHS Energy and Power Training - Huntington, WV

Adult Ed Summer Symposium - Jupiter, FL - June 8-11, 2019

FSBA/FADSS Joint Conference-Tampa-June 12-14, 2019-Surretta Bell & Shirley Joseph

Florida Association of Career and Technical Education Trade Show - Orlando - July 15-17, 2019

5. Items for Individual Consideration

5.1 Student Field Trips - Out of County

5.2 Contract with Talk Radio 107 - Sam Stalnaker

5.3 Permission to Advertise Code of Student Conduct - Lori Newman

5.4 Correction to Instructional Salary Schedule 1- Sam Stalnaker

Correction to Instructional Salary Schedule 2

5.5 Letter of Engagement with Buescher & Copeland for Internal Audits - Shirley Joseph

5.6 2019-2020 Dress Code - Lori Newman

5.7 NFCPC Contract Hamilton - Madison - Sam Stalnaker

5.8 NFCC Articulation Agreement - Sam Stalnaker

5.9 TCC Articulation Agreement - Stalnaker

5.10 Staffing Allocation Plan - Shirley Joseph/Sam Stalnaker

5.11 Rite of Passage - Sam Stalnaker

5.12 Staffing Table - Sam Stalnaker

5.13 Personnel Changes - Sam Stalnaker

5.14 Employee Recommendations - Noninstructional/Instructional - Sam Stalnaker

5.15 Monthly Financial Reports

5.16 Professional Development Update 1- Robin Hill

Professional Development Update 2

5.17 Update on Virtual Instruction - Robin Hill

6. Public Comment - Non-Agenda Items

6.1 Comments from the Public - Non-Agenda Items (Limited to a total of 30 minutes unless extended by vote of the Board)

7. Other Items of Interest

7.1 Superintendent Items

7.2 Attorney Items

7.3 Board Member Items

8. Adjourn

Any member of the public who wishes to address the Board on any agenda item, or any other topic, must sign up (including the completion of required speaker forms, if any) with the Superintendent or his/her designee at the beginning of the meeting. During "Public Comment - Agenda Items", the Chair shall recognize those persons signed up to peak on agenda items. When recognized by the Chair during "Public comment - Agenda Items", a speaker may request to be allowed to make his or her comments at the time the Board considers a particular agenda item. The Chair may grant or deny such request at the Chair's sole discretion. During "Public Comment - Non-Agenda items", the chair shall recognize those persons signed up to speak on items which are not listed on the agenda but which are relevant to the District and its mission. "Public Comment - Non-Agenda Items" shall be limited to a total of 30 minutes unless extended by vote of the Board. Unless leave is given by the Chair, all speakers will be limited to three (3) minutes. Any identifiable groups shall be encouraged to choose a representative to speak on its behalf. The Board may act upon (including reconsideration) any agenda item at any time during the meeting. The agenda may be changed only for good cause as determined by the Chair and stated in the record. If, after "Public Comment - Agenda Items", the agenda is amended to add an item for consideration, the chair shall allow public comment on the added agenda item prior to the Board taking action thereon. All decisions of the Chair concerning parliamentary procedures, decorum, and rules of order will be final, unless they are overcome by a majority of the members of the Board in attendance. If any person decides to appeal any decision with respect to any action considered at the above referenced meeting and hearing, such person may need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceeding is made to include testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is made.


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