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School Board Meeting Agenda 4/15/2014

April 8, 2014

The School Board of Madison County, Florida

AGENDA

APRIL 15, 2014

6:00 PM

 

WELCOME

 

MCHS Basketball Coach Alan Demps and outstanding players

 

MCHS Band Director Geoff Hill and outstanding State Solo and Ensemble Winners

 

Mr. Craig Mesenbrink presenting the Cenergistic Energy Pacesetter Award for Madison County Schools

 

1- AMENDMENTS TO THE AGENDA

   (Chair)

 

2- PUBLIC COMMENT – ANY MEMBER OF THE PUBLIC WHO WISHES TO ADDRESS THE BOARD ON ANY AGENDA ITEM, OR ANY OTHER TOPIC, MUST SIGN THE SHEET AT THE BACK OF THE MEETING ROOM BEFORE THE TIME DESIGNATED FOR PUBLIC COMMENT.

 

 

 

ITEMS RECOMMENDED FOR APPROVAL COLLECTIVELY BY CONSENT

3- MINUTES OF THE PREVIOUS MEETING (S)

   (Doug Brown)

 

4- PROGRAM AND FUNDING FOR RURAL SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY TRUST GRANT FOR GREENVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - $50,000.00

   (Valencia Barnes)

 

5- CONTRACT WITH SUWANNEE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD TO PROVIDE TITLE 1 SERVICES TO PRIVATE SCHOOL STUDENTS ATTENDING OUT OF DISTRICT AND PAYMENT FOR SERVICES PROVIDED

   (Cheryl James)

 

6- AGREEMENT WITH THE OUNCE OF PREVENTION FUND TO PROVIDE DATA MANAGEMENT SERVICES TO THE 21ST CENTURY COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTER PROGRAM

   (Sam Stalnaker)

 

7 -AGREEMENT WITH THE OUNCE OF PREVENTION FUND TO PROVIDE EVALUATION SERVICES TO THE 21ST CENTURY COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTER PROGRAM

   (Sam Stalnaker)

 

8- AGREEMENT FOR DRUG SCREENING SERVICES WITH TDMD DRUG ANALYSIS & MORE, LLC for 2014-15

   (Sam Stalnaker)

 

9- AGREEMENT WITH SEMINOLE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD T- MEDICAID ADMINISTRATIVE CLAIMING REIMBURSEMENT PROCESS

   (Ray Griffin)

 

10- JOINT USE AGREEMENT WITH BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF TABULA RASA FOR TRANSPORTATION ON APRIL 19, 2014

   (Ivan Johnson)

 

11- INSTRUCTIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR 2014-2015

(Willie Williams/Doug Brown)

 

12- GED REQUESTS

(Doug Brown)

 

13- STAFF TRIPS – NON-GENERAL FUND (IN OR OUT OF STATE)

(Doug Brown)

 

14- STAFF TRIPS – GENERAL FUND (IN OR OUT OF STATE)

   (Doug Brown)

 

15- REMOVE OBSOLETE PROPERTY FROM THE INVENTORY WITH A PURCHASE PRICE OF $276,884.68 AND A CURRENT VALUE OF $16,859.77

   (Tim Ginn)

 

16- FINANCIAL REPORT FOR THE MONTH ENDING MARCH 31, 2014

   (Ray Griffin)

 

ITEMS RECOMMENDED FOR INDIVIDUAL CONSIDERATION

 

17- STUDENT OVERNIGHT OR OUT OF STATE TRIPS

   (Doug Brown)

 

18- DRESS CODE REVIEW

   (Doug Brown)

 

19- REQUEST EXEMPTION FROM THE MS. WILLIE ANN GLENN ACT TO OPERATE 24 DAYS INSTEAD OF 35 DAYS TO COORDINATE WITH SUMMER SCHOOL SCHEDULE – PUBLIC HEARING –

(Jan McHargue)

 

20- STUDENT PROGRESSION PLAN HAS BEEN ADVERTISED AND IS READY FOR ADOPTION – -PUBLIC HEARING-

   (Paula Ginn)

 

21- MADISON COUNTY EXCEL ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION CENTER TRANSITION PLAN

   (Sam Stalnaker)

 

22- ANNUAL STATE FIRE MARSHAL INSPECTION REPORT FOR 2013-2014

   (Tim Ginn)

 

23- AUDIT FINDINGS UPDATE

   (Doug Brown/Ray Griffin)

 

24- RE-BID FOR MADISON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL WEIGHT ROOM PROJECT - $80,427.57     

   (Tim Ginn)

 

25- SAFETY MANUAL UPDATE (RED BOOK)

   (Tim Ginn)

 

26- TRANSPORTATION POLICY REVIEW AND RECOMMENDATIONS

   (Ivan Johnson/Doug Brown)

 

27- MADISON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL RENOVATION PROJECT UPDATE

   (Doug Brown)

 

28- ORGANIZATIONAL CHART UPDATE

   (Doug Brown)

29- SCREENED SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS

   (Willie Williams)

 

30 REQUEST FOR ADDITIONAL HOURS

   (Willie Williams)

 

31- PERSONNEL CHANGES

   (Willie Williams)

 

32- STAFFING TABLE REVISIONS

   (Willie Williams)

 

33- SUPERINTENDENT ITEMS

 

34- ATTORNEY ITEMS

 

35- BOARD MEMBER ITEMS

 

36- 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 designee before the time designated for Public Comment. During Public Comment, the Chair shall recognize those persons signed up to speak on agenda items first. To the extent time permits, the Chair shall thereafter recognize those persons signed up to speak on non-agenda items. Unless, leave is given by the Chair, (1) all speakers will be limited to three minutes per topic, (2) any identifiable group of three persons or more shall be required to choose a representative, who shall be limited to five minutes per topic. When recognized by the Chair during Public Comment, 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 in the Chair’s sole discretion. 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 the regular time for Public Comment, 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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