03-27-2018 School Board Meeting


The School Board of Brevard County, Florida met in special session on Tuesday, March 27, 2018, at the Educational Services Facility, 2700 Judge Fran Jamieson Way, Viera, Florida. Notice of the meeting was advertised in the Eagle newspaper on Thursday, March 15, 2018. The affidavit of publication with a copy of the ad attached is filed in the Affidavit File in the Board Office.

A. Call to Order
1. Call to Order

Minutes: Chairman Craig called the meeting to order at: 5:30 p.m.

A. Roll Call
2. Roll Call

Minutes: Members Present:  Misty Belford, John Craig, Tina Descovich, Matt Susin and Andy Ziegler.

A. Moment of Silence
3. Moment of Silence

Minutes: A moment of silence was held to mourn the loss of a BPS family member:  Jon Boling, a South Area bus driver.

A. Invocation
A. Pledge of Allegiance
4. Pledge of Allegiance

Minutes: Matt Reed, assistant superintendent of Government and Community Relations, led the Pledge of Allegiance.

A. Entertainment
A. Board Member/Superintendent Recognitions
5. Board Member/Superintendent Recognitions

Minutes: 

Misty Belford

  • She wished a happy birthday to both Mr. Ziegler and Mr. Susin whose birthdays are in March.
  • She thanked Florida City Gas and Brevard Zoo for offering space at their locations for recent Board retreats.  She further commented that they are amazing partners. 
  • She remarked that there was a great turnout at the Out of Darkness carnival event held in Titusville. She said that each of the tents at the carnival had an activity centered around one of the areas of "Sources of Strength" which is a program in five of the North Area schools that focuses on suicide prevention. It was a great opportunity to see how we, as a community, can be stronger.

Tina Descovich

  • She gave a shout-out to the South Area Elementary Science and Art Fair. As always, she was blown away by the projects. She also gave a shout-out to Mr. Pichard and his team for putting it all together. She is grateful to Community Credit Union for being a big sponsor and thanked them for all that they do.

Matt Susin

  • He gave a shout-out to Ms. Mijuskovic, principal at Space Coast Jr./Sr. High and former AP at Viera High, who allowed him to grow as a teacher.
  • He also mentioned Mr. Jud Kaminski, principal at Palm Bay Magnet High. His school  hosted an athletic training Olympics.  Mr. Susin thanked Mr. Kaminski for making those opportunities for the students.
  • Viera High school had the first internship signing days under the STAR Program which affords students with 504s and IEPs  full employment during the summer or until they are 22 years for age throughout the school year. There were over 150 students who took advantage of this opportunity.
  • The Innovation Games were the most amazing thing he had seen in his life and he noted the stations set up for students.  The thanked the sponsors and the persons from Equity, Innovation Choice who set the whole thing up. He also thanked Russell Cheatham and his department for setting up the IT infrastructure as well as Arby Creach for transporting the students and all of the teachers and students.

  Desmond Blackburn

  • He echoed everything Mr. Susin said about Innovation Games. He commented that it was phenomenal.
  • Dr. Blackburn led a recognition of four teams from Palm Bay Magnet High School and one team from Space Coast Jr./Sr. High School whose HUNCH designs were selected for a formal Final Design Review at Johnson Space Center in Houston April 24-27. Student representatives from these teams provided an overview of the process.   Lisa Passarelli, a NASA engineer who works with and mentors the students, was also present and provided some remarks.

John Craig

  • He provided some brief comments about the Board Retreat process and explained that it is a tool to streamline communication. From a governance perspective it is extremely important to keep the efficiency of the board moving forward. He thanked all of the cabinet members and Dr. Blackburn for their commitment to that process. He said that this year they introduced a board evaluation tool and received valuable feedback from the cabinet.

A. Emergency Item
A. Adoption of Agenda
6. Adoption of Agenda
Attachment: 2018-0327 Supplemental.pdf
Minutes: 

Dr. Blackburn read into record the changes on the Supplemental Agenda which are changes to the agenda since first being released to the public on March 20, 2018.

Consent Additions

  • F-11. Student Expulsions
  • F-16. Suspension of Instructional Employee
  • F-19. Field Trip - Palm Bay High and Space Coast Jr./Sr. High to attend the Critical Design Review at Johnson Space Center in Houston

Action Revisions

  • G-30- Purchasing Solicitations


Motions:
Adopt the March 27, 2018 School Board meeting agenda and its revisions.- PASS
 
Vote Results
Motion: Tina Descovich
Second: Matthew Susin
Misty Belford- Aye
John Craig- Aye
Tina Descovich- Aye
Matthew Susin- Aye
Andrew Ziegler- Aye


A. Administrative Staff Recommendations
B. Recognition of Visitors/Guests/Staff
C. Resolutions/Proclamations
C. Student Services

7. Parental Alienation Awareness Month
Attachment: Proclamation Parental Alienation Awareness Month.pdf
Minutes: 

Matt Reed, assistant superintendent of Government and Community Relations, read the proclamation.

There was board discussion on the merits of this proclamation. Ms. Belford said she understands the issues, but she cannot support the absoluteness of this particular language. There may be reasons why a parent should not have contact with a child.  Mr. Ziegler further commented that he did not believe there was anywhere in the organization where we would not support a parent being involved in a child's life.  He does however have a couple of issues.  He doesn't feel this resolution is as cut and dry as other resolutions.



Motions:

Adopt the attached proclamation designating April as Parental Alienation Awareness Month.

- PASS
 
Vote Results
Motion: Tina Descovich
Second: Matthew Susin
Misty Belford- Nay
John Craig- Aye
Tina Descovich- Aye
Matthew Susin- Aye
Andrew Ziegler- Nay


D. Presentations
D. Financial Services

8. Audit Update
Attachment: Audit Update 3-27-18.pdf
Attachment: Half Cent Sales Surtax Audit Report Round 5 - FINAL 3-2-18.pdf
Attachment: RSM Transportation Services Follow-Up Report FINAL 3-2-18.pdf
Attachment: RSM Internal Audit Follow-Up Report FINAL 3-2-18.pdf
Attachment: RSM External and Internal Penetration Assessment FINAL 3-2-18.pdf
Attachment: RSM Educational Technology Risk Assessment FINAL 3-2-18.pdf
Minutes: 

Pennie Zuercher, Chief Financial Officer, provided the Board and viewing audience a second audit update.  The first one was done in December, 2017.

Chairman Craig thanked Ms. Zuercher for her excellent presentation and commitment to the transparency of the organization. 


E. Public Comment
9. Public Comment

Minutes: 

Chairman Craig reminded speakers of the decorum necessary while making comments and of the fact that each would have three minutes. Ten speakers spoke during the public comment portion of the meeting.  The others spoke following the business portion of the meeting.

Speakers:

  1. Oscar Rivera- School Safety
  2. Daniel Betcheldor - Arming School Personnel
  3. Karly Hudson - School Safety
  4. Chloe Wheeler - School Shooting
  5. Adam Lowell - School Shooting
  6. Rebecca Freeman - School Safety
  7. Arlene Gorgone - Guns on Campus
  8. Gary Shiffrin - Arming Staff
  9. Jason Frydenlund - SROs on Schools
  10. Vanessa Skipper - Listening to Teachers
  11. Molly Domin - Budget Concerns
  12. Barbara McDonald - Guardian Program
  13. David Henry - Resolution and Proclamation
  14. Melissa DeFrancesco - Guardian Program
  15. Quin Westfield - Walkouts (3/14/18)
  16. Braden Spurlock - Marshall Program
  17. Hunter Law - Marshall Program
  18. Dan Bennett - Marshall Program
  19. Jazzie Hennings - STOMP
  20. Joan Crutcher - No Guns in Schools
  21. Elaine Christine - Offer Assistance in Risk Assessment
  22. Fred Kilgallini- Guardian Program
  23. Damani Hosey - Arming School Personnel
  24. Daniel Wehking - Opposition to STOMP
  25. Dean Paterakis - School Safety
  26. Eric Lehmann - Arming School Staff
  27. Hannah Tese-Sullivan - Guns in Schools
  28. David Meader - Armored Transportation
  29. Cheryl McDougall - Guns in Schools
  30. John Voss - Weapons in School
  31. Sarah Webb - Arming Teachers
  32. Ashley Berke - Arming Teachers
  33. Ronald Bradley - Trades in Schools

F. Consent
F. Board Office

10. Meeting Minutes
Attachment: 2018-0226 Addressing harassment, workplace sensitivity training draft minutes.pdf
Attachment: 2018-0227 Board Workshop Draft Minutes.pdf
Attachment: 2018-0227 School Board Meeting Draft Minutes.pdf
Attachment: 2018-0302 Joint Audit Committee Meeting Draft Meeting Minutes.pdf
Attachment: 2018-0313 School Board Meeting Draft Meeting.pdf
11. Student Expulsions
Attachment: 2018-10.pdf (Confidential Item)
F. Financial Services

12. Property Disposal
Attachment: Board Report - 03-27-2018.pdf
Attachment: Board Report Letters - 03-27-2018.pdf
13. Operating Fund Budget Amendment #6 for February 28, 2018
Attachment: Budget Amendment #6 - February 28, 2018.pdf
F. Human Resources

14. Support Staff Recommendations
Attachment: Support Staff 03-27-18.pdf
15. Instructional Staff Recommendations
Attachment: Instructional Staff 03-27-18.pdf
F. Labor Relations

16. Suspension of Instructional Employee
Attachment: Chybion Ltr.pdf
F. Secondary Office of Leading and Learning

17. Field Trip - Satellite High Varsity Football Team to Gulf Shores, Alabama
18. Field Trip - Palm Bay Magnet High School MCJROTC Trip to Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina
Attachment: PBMHS Itinerary- Educational Site Visit to Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, SC.pdf
Attachment: LOI - PBMHS MCROTC.pdf
19. Field Trip - Palm Bay Magnet High School's Engineering and Fashion Design Team Programs and Space Coast Jr/Sr High School's STEAM Academy to attend the Critical Design Review at Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas
F. Equity, Innovation & Choice

20. Amend the contract for Pineapple Cove Classical Academy
Attachment: AmendmentRequest_PCCAHS.pdf
Attachment: PCCA Renewal Program Review Report FINAL.pdf
F. Head Start Program

21. Head Start Non-Competitive Continuation Application - 5 Year Grant - Intent to Apply/Write and Submit - Grant No. 04CH010481
Attachment: FGL - 04CH010481 - School Board of Brevard County.pdf
22. Head Start Governing Board and Policy Council Report for the months of December 2017 and January 2018
Attachment: GB and PC Monthly Report Dec 2017.pdf
Attachment: GB and PC Monthly Report Jan 2018.pdf
F. Project Management

23. 2018-2019 Student Accommodation Plan
Attachment: Draft 2018-19 Student Accommodation Plan.pdf
24. Cocoa High School - Design Build Services - RFP #18-P-020-DR - SALES SURTAX
Attachment: Cocoa Cost Benefit Form.pdf
Attachment: Cocoa Facity Renewal GMP Attachments.pdf
25. Coquina Elementary School - Construction Management Services RFP #18-P-027-DR - SALES SURTAX
Attachment: Coquina Cost Benefit Form.pdf
Attachment: Coquina CM GMP Attachments.pdf
26. Golfview Elementary - Construction Management - SALES SURTAX
Attachment: Golfview Cost Benefit Form.pdf
Attachment: Golfview GMP attachments.pdf
F. District Security

27. MOU with Brevard County Sheriff's Office to provide SROs in Selected Schools
Attachment: BPS-BCSO MOU - 4 Additional SRO - rev 3-19-18.pdf
F. Approval of Consent

28. Approval of Consent


Motions:
Approve the March 27, 2018 Consent Agenda with the exception of those items pulled for discussion.- PASS
 
Vote Results
Motion: Matthew Susin
Second: Andrew Ziegler
Misty Belford- Aye
John Craig- Aye
Tina Descovich- Aye
Matthew Susin- Aye
Andrew Ziegler- Aye


Items Pulled for Discussion
G. Action
G. Purchasing & Warehouse

29. Department/School Initiated Agreements
Attachment: a - CA 18-597-MS - Mag 7 Consulting - Access Project.pdf

Motions:

Approve the Consultant Agreement (CA) below:

a - CA #18-597-MS - Mag 7 Consulting, LLC - $21,075.00 - Equity, Innovation & Choice - Access Project - Operating Other

- PASS
 
Vote Results
Motion: Misty Belford
Second: Andrew Ziegler
Misty Belford- Aye
John Craig- Aye
Tina Descovich- Aye
Matthew Susin- Aye
Andrew Ziegler- Aye

30. Purchasing Solicitations
Attachment: a - ITB 18-B-036-SH - Pest Control Services.pdf
Attachment: b - ITB 18-B-053-WH - TV Studio Equipment.pdf
Attachment: c - ITB 18-B-052-MS - Welding Equipment and Accessories.pdf
Attachment: d - PB 18-PB-056-NC - Tires, New.pdf
Attachment: e - PB 17-PB-022-NC - Lowe's Renewal.pdf
Attachment: f - PB 18-PB-007-NC - Phonak - Name Change.pdf
Attachment: g - RFP 18-P-028-HD - Recycling of Paper, Plastic and Other Recyclable Materials - Reject.pdf
Attachment: h - SS-18-SS-055-WH - Smart Lab.pdf
Attachment: i - ITB 18-B-029-NC - Armored Transport Services - Rebid.pdf
Minutes: Mr. Susin had questions about

i - ITB #18-B-029-NC - Armored Transport Services (Rebid) - $555,180.00 - Financial Services - Operating Other

Mr. Ziegler made a motion to amend Item G-30 on Purchasing Solicitations to exclude    i - ITB #18-B-029-NC - Armored Transport Services (Rebid) - $555,180.00 - Financial Services - Operating Other.  Ms. Descovich seconded the motion and it passed unanimously. 

The Board then voted on G-30 with the exclusion of : i - ITB #18-B-029-NC - Armored Transport Services (Rebid) - $555,180.00 - Financial Services - Operating Other

A motion was then made by Mr. Susin and seconded by Mr. Ziegler to vote on: i - ITB #18-B-029-NC - Armored Transport Services (Rebid) - $555,180.00 - Financial Services - Operating Other.

Discussion ensued.  Mr. Susin felt the monies for this item could be better spent elsewhere. He said the savings being presented are not actual dollars, but cost savings in time that could be utilized doing other duties.  He said we would still be paying the bookkeepers the same amount. He said it would be better to use those dollars to hire SROs.  He had tried to get this item tabled at the last meeting so costs and specifics for SROs could be evaluated.

Mr. Ziegler commented that it seems to be an identification of a process problem. He said that having a bookkeeper, a cafeteria manager and child care all make deposits does not seem very efficient. Centralizing the bank has created a problem in which now schools must use Wells Fargo Banks and there are very few in the county, making longer travel times for schools making deposits. Therefore he sees that we have created the need for the armored cars rather than solving a problem.

Mr. Susin made a motion to table: i - ITB #18-B-029-NC - Armored Transport Services (Rebid) - $555,180.00 - Financial Services - Operating Other until after they have assessed the amount needed for the SROs and bring it forward to the board after that is decided that it is needed no later than the end of May.  There was discussion about tabling a motion verses postponing and there was no second.

Mr. Susin then made a motion to postpone: i - ITB #18-B-029-NC - Armored Transport Services (Rebid) - $555,180.00 - Financial Services - Operating Other until the May 22, 2018 Board meeting.

Dr. Blackburn remarked that shortly after he became Superintendent, he went around the community listening.  One of the things he heard repeatedly was the need better fiscal management. They hired the Chief Financial Officer with three areas of focus: 1)fix past mishaps from a fiscal management perspective, 2)be transparent and 3)proactively protect the future. He cited some of her successes and provided rationale why armored cars as part of centralized accounts is part of a public and private sector best practice. If he were to pick one reason to proceed, it would be to proactively protect 224 employees who are currently transporting over 30 million dollars in cash or checks per year.

Mr. Susin said that we have 224 employees transporting over 30M dollars each year and have never had any issues.  The bottom line comes down to where we allocate our resources.

Chairman Craig called for a vote on the motion to postpone the item which failed two to three. 

Chairman Craig called for a vote on the motion to approve the item which passed three to two.

Following the final vote, Chairman Craig called for a brief recess at 7:19 p.m.  He reconvened the meeting at 7:35 p.m.



Motions:

Approve the Invitations To Bid (ITBs) below:

a - ITB #18-B-036-SH - Pest Control Services - $400,000.00 - Facilities Services - Operating Other

b - ITB #18-B-053-WH - Television Studio Equipment - $160,719.00 - Secondary Leading & Learning - Operating Categorical & Operating Other

c - ITB #18-B-052-MS - Welding Equipment & Accessories - $31,672.08 - Secondary Leading & Learning - Operating Categorical

Approve the Piggybacks (PBs) below:

d - PB #18-PB-056-NC - Tires, New - Osceola School Board - $480,000.00 - Transportation Services - Operating Other 

e - PB #17-PB-067-NC - Maintenance, Repair & Operations (MRO) Supplies & Related Services - Lowes Home Center, LLC - $300,000.00 - Facilities Services - Operating Other

Approve the Piggyback (PB) Name Change below:

f - PB #18-PB-007-NC - Special Education Materials, Supplies & Equipment - Bid Assignment

Approve the Request For Proposal (RFP) Reject All Proposals below:

g - RFP #18-P-028-HD - Recycling of Paper, Plastic and Other Misc. Recyclable Materials - Reject All Proposals 

Approve the Sole Source (SS) purchase below:

h - SS #18-SS-055-WH - SmarLab - CLS - $163,490.00 - Elementary Leading & Learning - ******TBD

Approve the Invitation To Bid (ITB) Rebid below:

i - ITB #18-B-029-NC - Armored Transport Services (Rebid) - $555,180.00 - Financial Services - Operating Other

-
 
Vote Results
Motion: Tina Descovich
Second: Misty Belford
Misty Belford-
John Craig-
Tina Descovich-
Matthew Susin-
Andrew Ziegler-



Motions:

Amend the item to exclude: 

i - ITB #18-B-029-NC - Armored Transport Services (Rebid) - $555,180.00 - Financial Services - Operating Other from the other purchasing solicitation items.

 

Approve the Invitations To Bid (ITBs) below:

a - ITB #18-B-036-SH - Pest Control Services - $400,000.00 - Facilities Services - Operating Other

b - ITB #18-B-053-WH - Television Studio Equipment - $160,719.00 - Secondary Leading & Learning - Operating Categorical & Operating Other

c - ITB #18-B-052-MS - Welding Equipment & Accessories - $31,672.08 - Secondary Leading & Learning - Operating Categorical

Approve the Piggybacks (PBs) below:

d - PB #18-PB-056-NC - Tires, New - Osceola School Board - $480,000.00 - Transportation Services - Operating Other 

e - PB #17-PB-067-NC - Maintenance, Repair & Operations (MRO) Supplies & Related Services - Lowes Home Center, LLC - $300,000.00 - Facilities Services - Operating Other

Approve the Piggyback (PB) Name Change below:

f - PB #18-PB-007-NC - Special Education Materials, Supplies & Equipment - Bid Assignment

Approve the Request For Proposal (RFP) Reject All Proposals below:

g - RFP #18-P-028-HD - Recycling of Paper, Plastic and Other Misc. Recyclable Materials - Reject All Proposals 

Approve the Sole Source (SS) purchase below:

h - SS #18-SS-055-WH - SmarLab - CLS - $163,490.00 - Elementary Leading & Learning - ******TBD

Approve the Invitation To Bid (ITB) Rebid below:

i - ITB #18-B-029-NC - Armored Transport Services (Rebid) - $555,180.00 - Financial Services - Operating Other

- PASS
 
Vote Results
Motion: Andrew Ziegler
Second: Misty Belford
Misty Belford- Aye
John Craig- Aye
Tina Descovich- Aye
Matthew Susin- Aye
Andrew Ziegler- Aye



Motions:

Approve the amended recommendation to exclude:

i - ITB #18-B-029-NC - Armored Transport Services (Rebid) - $555,180.00 - Financial Services - Operating Other

Approve the Invitations To Bid (ITBs) below:

a - ITB #18-B-036-SH - Pest Control Services - $400,000.00 - Facilities Services - Operating Other

b - ITB #18-B-053-WH - Television Studio Equipment - $160,719.00 - Secondary Leading & Learning - Operating Categorical & Operating Other

c - ITB #18-B-052-MS - Welding Equipment & Accessories - $31,672.08 - Secondary Leading & Learning - Operating Categorical

Approve the Piggybacks (PBs) below:

d - PB #18-PB-056-NC - Tires, New - Osceola School Board - $480,000.00 - Transportation Services - Operating Other 

e - PB #17-PB-067-NC - Maintenance, Repair & Operations (MRO) Supplies & Related Services - Lowes Home Center, LLC - $300,000.00 - Facilities Services - Operating Other

Approve the Piggyback (PB) Name Change below:

f - PB #18-PB-007-NC - Special Education Materials, Supplies & Equipment - Bid Assignment

Approve the Request For Proposal (RFP) Reject All Proposals below:

g - RFP #18-P-028-HD - Recycling of Paper, Plastic and Other Misc. Recyclable Materials - Reject All Proposals 

Approve the Sole Source (SS) purchase below:

h - SS #18-SS-055-WH - SmarLab - CLS - $163,490.00 - Elementary Leading & Learning - ******TBD

 

- PASS
 
Vote Results
Motion: Andrew Ziegler
Second: Tina Descovich
Misty Belford- Aye
John Craig- Aye
Tina Descovich- Aye
Matthew Susin- Aye
Andrew Ziegler- Aye



Motions:

Approve the Invitation To Bid (ITB) Rebid below:

i - ITB #18-B-029-NC - Armored Transport Services (Rebid) - $555,180.00 - Financial Services - Operating Other

- PASS
 
Vote Results
Motion: Matthew Susin
Second: Andrew Ziegler
Misty Belford- Aye
John Craig- Aye
Tina Descovich- Aye
Matthew Susin- Nay
Andrew Ziegler- Nay



Motions:
Approve the motion to postpone: i - ITB #18-B-029-NC - Armored Transport Services (Rebid) - $555,180.00 - Financial Services - Operating Other until the May 22, 2018 Board meeting. - FAIL
 
Vote Results
Motion: Matthew Susin
Second: Andrew Ziegler
Misty Belford- Nay
John Craig- Nay
Tina Descovich- Nay
Matthew Susin- Aye
Andrew Ziegler- Aye


H. Information
H. ESE Program Support

31. Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Entitlement Project Roll Forward for FY 2017-18
Attachment: Roll forward part B 150 3-18.pdf
Attachment: Form 151 Part B Roll Forward 03-18.pdf

I. Staff Reports
J. Additional Public Presentations (If Required)
K. Board Member Reports/Discussion Points
32. Board Member Reports

Minutes: 

Mr. Susin stated that when looking at agenda items, there is a piece that states whether or not it is a cost savings to the district as well as a justification.  He continued that there is no policy that outlines how that is put together. He wants it split between hard cost vs. cost savings. He asked if the board would like to bring something back on April 17, to create a policy outlining how those costs are to come to the board and showing how those costs are determined.  

Ms. Descovich asked if a policy was necessary of if it could just be adding an extra line to the form.  Mr. Susin believed it should be a policy.

Mr. Craig said that as the Finance Champion, he will get with Ms. Zuercher and discuss how to memorialize the ROI process and apply it uniformly.  He deferred to Ms. Envall whether or not it is actually a policy change. She is to let the Board know.

33. Superintendent's Evaluation Timeline/Process

Minutes: 

The timeline and process was discussed.  Both will remain in align with the previous year's evaluation. The Superintendent will be given flexibility in the date he submits his self-evaluation to the Board in the event more time is needed due to his calendar.

Superintendent’s Evaluation Form submitted to the Board

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Board Members submit completed evaluation forms to Administrative Assistant to the School Board

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

(by noon)

Admin. Assist. to the Board compiles and sends summary form and individual forms to the Board Members

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Board meets to review evaluation summary form to compile into a master evaluation.   

Monday, June 4, 2018

9 a.m. -4 p.m. (as needed/working lunch)

Board meets to further refine master evaluation

Monday, June 11, 2018

1:00 – 5:00 p.m. (as needed)

Board and Superintendent meet to go over final evaluation and the Goals and Performance Targets for the ? school year.

Monday, June 18, 2018

9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

Board Only

10:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

with Supt.

34. School Safety Future Steps

Minutes: 

Chairman Craig explained that he placed this as a discussion item in the event Board members wanted to bring up anything they would like to do in the near future realizing that we are still in the process of collecting information on the whole layered approach so that a decision can be made using facts and research.

No one had more to discuss at this point.

35. FSBA Renewal

Minutes: It was determined that the FSBA membership for Mr. Craig, Ms. Belford, Mr. Susin and Mr. Ziegler will be renewed. Ms. Descovich opted to not be part of FSBA.

L. Superintendent's Report
36. Superintendent's Report

Minutes: Dr. Blackburn had nothing further to report.

M. Adjournment
37. Adjournment

Minutes: Chairman Craig adjourned the meeting at: 8:41 p.m.

For further details pertaining to this meeting, please refer to the published video on the School Board of Brevard County's website (www.brevardschools.org).








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